You have never really been on the top of the world until you take on this trek across the Himalayas. You have never really seen the beauty of the rugged Himalayas, or really slept on the top of the world with nothing above you but the stars and the thin layer of mountain air unless you have taken this tour. You have never really lived an outdoor life unless….
The six-day Druk Path trek takes you from Paro Valley to Thimphu Valley on the trail of an old highway for humans and mules that connected the two valleys in the olden days when there were no motor roads.
Druk Path Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. While regular trekkers would find this trek easy, those taking on an outdoor challenge for the first time will soon overcome the challenge and begin appreciating the astounding natural beauty this trek takes through. In this trek, you start at an elevation of around 2400 meters and reach 4200 meters above sea level. You will see all the major snow-capped mountains of Bhutan, the abodes of gods and deities, revered by Bhutanese and unconquered by human foot.
Beyond the mountains is the Tibetan autonomous region of China.
A balance of people and living; architecture and landscape; and, a hike in spirituality and an exercise in the relaxation of the mind. Bonxury Bhutan gives you the perfect glimpse into the soul of Bhutan with this five-day journey into happiness and discovery. This tour package will take you through Bhutan's stunning landscape and enviable natural environment; its history of warrior-monks and philosopher kings; and, its people in the pursuit of happiness. In this journey, you will discover a magical destination, immerse in the spirituality and see the world from a truly unique perspective high in the Himalayas.
The world from Bhutan.
Features of the tour package:
All-inclusive package: This package is all inclusive in terms of expenditure. It covers three-star twin-share accommodation (can be single), all meals, chauffeured luxury SUVs and cars, one personal guide/assistant throughout the journey, all internal taxes and charges, a tourism royalty of US$ 65 per guest per day that goes towards Bhutan’s free education and free health, umbrellas, walking sticks, drinking water… you can intentionally “forget” to bring your wallet to Bhutan. We have you covered.
This tour is highly customizable to your requirements. Customization is the forte of Bonxury Bhutan.
Bonxury Bhutan serves individual guests and smaller groups of guests so that we can make your visit to Bhutan as comfortable, enjoyable and memorable as they can get.
Bonxury Bhutan is committed to sustainable tourism in particular and sustainable business operation and management in general over and beyond the strict requirements of the Royal Government of Bhutan. We ensure that the carbon footprint of our guests is minimal while guaranteeing the development footprint in terms of contribution toward Bhutan’s socio-economic development, promotion of culture and employment generation is the highest.
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A balance of people and living; architecture and landscape; a hike in spirituality and an exercise in the relaxation of the mind. Bonxury Bhutan gives you the perfect glimpse into the soul of Bhutan with this five-day tour. This tour will take you through Bhutan's stunning landscape and enviable natural environment; its history of warrior-monks and philosopher kings; its people proud yet pursues happiness for all.
A recent photo that went viral was of Bhutan’s king chopping onions for preparing a meal for school children. While people the world over were taken aback by His Majesty’s humility, it was a pleasant change to see someone from the royal family take up an ordinary task without any qualms.
The Dalai Lama says, “We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves.” And that I believe, is the secret to Bhutan’s happy faces. They’ve made their peace and are content with their lives, content with their country and content with their king and queen.