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Nabji Trail Trek - 13 Days

Trek Level:  Easy
Best Season: October to March

The trail goes through the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park located in central Bhutan, in an ecological rich environment. The park is also home to several cultural rich agricultural villages. The trail is a six-day low-altitude trek (between 693m/23100ft and 1,636m/5453ft) through six different villages located inside the park. On this trek, you will possibly see the Golden Langur (Trachypithecus geei), one of the rarest primates, which can only be found in Bhutan and neighbouring Assam. Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park is also home to the endangered Rufous-necked Hornbill (Aceros nepalensis).
In addition to this, the trail is a superb place for birding (common mynas, blue-fronted redstarts, long-tailed shrikes and Eurasian sparrows, to name just a few common species, but spotted are also serpent eagle, golden-throated barbet, and the yellow-bellied flowerpecker) and has a wide variety of plants and flowers found in this Himalayan area (from Chirpine, broad-leaved trees and Bamboo, to Rhododendrons and wild Orchids). Besides the natural beauty of the area, the area also contains cultural history, witnessed among others by the presence of a commemorative pillar in the temple of Nabji. The pillar symbolises the occasion that peace was negotiated between the two kings (King Nauche from India and King Sindu from Bhutan) intermediated by Guru Rimpoche in the eight century.
Community Tourism
The Nabji Trail supports the park management in their efforts to conserve nature by creating more awareness on natural and environmental issues, through tourism awareness programs and by introducing socio-economic benefits. Specific measures are put in place to maximize socio-economic benefits and minimize negative impacts from tourism development to support the livelihood of the local community in the area and to create more awareness on natural, environmental, and cultural issues.


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Day 01: Arrive Paro - Thimphu
Day 02: Thimphu to Trongsa
Day 03: Trek Start Trongsa to Nimshong village:
Day 04: Nimshong to Nabji
Day 05: Nabji village to Korphu
Day 06: Korphu to Kubdra
Day 07: Kubdra to Jangbi village
Day 08: Trek End Jangbi Village to Trongsa via Tongtongfey
Day 09: Trongsa to Punakha
Day 10: Punakha to Thimphu
Day 11: Thimphu to Paro
Day 12: In Paro:
Day 13: Depart From Paro:
Early breakfast at the hotel and then Drive to Paro International airport to fly your onward destination

Note: Designed itinerary is a sample itinerary intended to give you a general idea of trip to Bhutan. We can create an itinerary to suit as your needs and interest one you give your interest and travel timeframe.

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