Chilla Nature Trek Bhutan – 10 Nights & 11 Days

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The Chilla Nature Trek Bhutan tour is designed for nature lovers. The tour’s main attractions are the colourful rhododendron and primula, which are in full bloom and add a mesmerising charm to the surroundings. The trail takes you through a forest filled with many species of Primula and shades of red and orange rhododendrons. The pass provides a panoramic view of the two valleys of Paro and Haa, as well as the beautiful Himalayan ranges of Bhutan.

Please keep in mind that this is just an example of a possible itinerary. We tailor holidays to your specific requirements. Please contact us if you require any changes so that we can tailor a vacation to your specific requirements for an unforgettable international tour.

Day 1 : Delhi - Paro

Board a flight to Paro in the morning. During the flight, take in the breathtaking views of Kanchan Junga, Mount Everest, Mount Chomolhari, and Mount Jichu Drake in Bhutan. When you arrive in Paro, meet our team, who will take you to one of the hotels on our list. The evening is free to spend as you please. Stay at a hotel for the night.

Day 2 : Paro

After breakfast, proceed to Rinpung Dzong, which contains the monastic body of Paro, the Thrimpon of Paro district, and the Dzongda's office. To get to Rinpung Dzong, walk across the ancient covered bridge known as Nemi Zam. Take in the architectural wonder of Dzong and the life that surrounds it while standing on the bridge. Then, travel to the Tea Dzong, a watchtower designed to defend Rinpung Dzong. It now serves as the country's National Museum. It houses a wonderful collection of art, relics, sacred thangkha paintings, and gorgeous Bhutanese postal stamps. Later in the day, take a visit to Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the 7th century's oldest and most revered temples.

Day 3 : Paro - Chonana

After breakfast, begin walking from Paro towards Chonana. The journey takes 5 to 6 hours. The majority of the trail is a steady ascent through pine woodland. While trekking, you will come across numerous enticing farm cottages. From the hike, take in the stunning views of the Paro valley. When you arrive in Chonana in the afternoon, rest and unwind in one of the camps. Stay at the camp for the night.

Day 4 : Chonana - Jebkarpo

Trek towards Jebkarpo the next morning after breakfast. The trail winds through a forest loaded with rhododendron, primula, and other tree and plant species. Stop for lots of rest on your way to Chilla pass while travelling upwards for the majority of the day. The trail continues along the Chilla ridge after crossing the pass, affording a clear perspective of the Himalayas. Stay in the camp for the night.

Day 5 : Jebkarpo - Lower Mingula

Wake up early in the morning to see the mesmerising and spectacular view of Mount Jitchu Drake, Mount Chomolhari, and Tserim Gang from the camp site. Then begin climbing uphill for around 5 hours, taking frequent breaks. A spectacular view of the Paro and Haa valleys can be had by hiking up the Chilla ridge. Stay at the camp for the night.

Day 6 : Lower Mingula - Thong

Trek from Lower Mingula to Thong in the morning after breakfast. It's another beautiful day with beautiful vistas of mountains and valleys. Yak herders are frequently seen along this road. Overnight stay in a camp.

Day 7 : Thong - Thimphu

The following morning, depart for Thimphu. It is a one-of-a-kind city with an intriguing blend of modern development and ancient culture. To get to Thimphu, take a scenic drive through gorgeous valleys and passes. Check into one of the hotels on our list when you arrive. After some rest and relaxation, go to the National Memorial Chorten. Stay at the hotel for the night.

Day 8 : Thimphu - Sightseeing

After breakfast, go on a sightseeing tour of Thimphu, stopping at locations including the Dupthop Lhakhang, the National Library, and the Painting School. Drive to the Traditional Medicine Institute after lunch, where medications are still manufactured using ancient methods. Stay at the hotel for the night.

Day 9 : Thimphu - Punakha - Wangdue Phodrang - Thimphu

Begin your hike towards the Wangdue Phodrang after breakfast. En route, stop in Punakha Valley to take in the breathtaking scenery. Then continue trekking till Wangdue Phodrang, a town named after a Dzong erected in 1638 that is also the main attraction here. Investigate the Dzong. Relax first, then take in the scenery. Finally, make your way back to Thimphu for an overnight stay.

Day 10 : Thimphu - Paro

Transfer to Paro airport in the morning to get a flight to your next destination.

10 Nights - 11 Days


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Is trekking in Bhutan a wise idea?

Bhutan offers a variety of activities, from day hikes to action-packed month-long adventures. Bhutan's trekking offers a breathtaking, untouched country with pristine alpine lakes and commanding glaciers.

What Bhutanese hike is the highest?

The highest peak in Bhutan and arguably the highest unclimbed mountain in the world is Mount Gangkar Puensum, which can be seen clearly on the way back down to Thimphu Valley at a height of 7570 metres (24,836 feet).

When is the ideal time to trek in Bhutan?

From late September to the end of May, the best season to go trekking in Bhutan is, with winter treks at lower altitudes and spring and autumn being the finest periods to head for the hills and mountains to get the best views of the magnificent Himalayan peaks.

When is Bhutan at its most beautiful?

The greatest time to travel to Bhutan is from March through May, when the flower-filled valleys are at their most vibrant. It could be in its celebrations or festivals, the bright skies and views of the Himalayan peaks, the abundant Himalayan flora and fauna, or just the stunning snowfall.

Does hiking cost a lot?

In terms of cost, group hiking in India is fantastic. You can enjoy the most fulfilling low-cost backpacking trip of your life with the three healthy meals and lodging included in comprehensive hiking packages in India!

In Bhutan, why is trekking so well-liked?

You can get to secluded mountainous areas of the Eastern Himalaya by trekking in Bhutan. We travel through dense forest and ascend to the alpine region along the route. We travel trails between isolated settlements that can only be reached on foot or by horseback.

Where in Bhutan can I go hiking?

The Jhomolhari Trek, Snowman Trek, Druk Trail Trek, and Merak Sakteng Trek are a few of the top climbs in Bhutan.

How much does trekking in Bhutan cost?

How to Plan a Budget for Bhutan Hiking Costs. Bhutan's government has a policy of encouraging eco-tourism, and all tours must pay a minimum daily fee that varies from $200 in the low season to $250 in the high season.

Is trekking in Bhutan a wise idea?

Bhutan offers a variety of activities, from day hikes to action-packed month-long adventures. Bhutan's trekking offers a breathtaking, untouched country with pristine alpine lakes and commanding glaciers.

Is a trip to Bhutan expensive?

Due to Bhutan's strong emphasis on sustainable tourism, travel there is relatively pricey.


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