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Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek – 12 Nights & 13 Days

Delhi – Paro- Thimphu – Genekha- Gur - Labatama -Panka - Talikha-Thimphu - Paro

12 Nights & 13 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

40 people


English, Hindi

If you want to go on an exciting trekking tour, the Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek is the best option. To participate in this trek, you must travel from Delhi to Thimphu via Paro. The trek takes you through the breathtaking natural landscapes of Genekha, Gur, Labatama, Panka, and Talikha. This trekking tour of 12 nights and 13 days in Dagala Lakes will leave you with a plethora of memories to cherish for the rest of your life. Furthermore, being close to nature will aid in the enjoyment of a rejuvenating trip.

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Day 1 : Delhi - Paro

Take a flight from Delhi to Paro. You will see beautiful views of several Himalayan peaks on the road to Paro, including Mount Everest and Kanchang Junga. When you arrive at Paro Airport, our representative will greet you and transport you to your accommodation. Check in and take a short break. In the evening, take leisurely stroll around the nearby roads. Return to your hotel for the night.

Day 2 : Paro

Drukgyel Dzong is reached by driving up the Pa Chu in zigzag fashion. Drukgyel Dzong used to be a stronghold and Buddhist monastery, but it is now in ruins. Previously, this fortification guarded the Pa Chu valley against Tibetan invasion. Mt. Chomolhari forms the backdrop to this stronghold. On a clear day, this breathtaking view is visible. You could also go to the National Museum. Return to your hotel for the night.

Day 3 : Paro - Thimphu

Drive via the zigzag roads alongside the Pa Chu downstream until its confluence with the Wang Chu, and then to Thimphu (the capital of Bhutan). Check into your accommodation and change your clothes. You will visit Memorial Chorten after lunch at the hotel. This shrine honours the Late King. Return to your hotel for the night.

Day 4 : Thimphu

This day is entirely dedicated to exploring Thimphu's tourism sites. You can visit religious monuments such as Changangkha Lhakhang, Zangthoperi Lhakhang, The National Memorial Chorten, and the Sakyamuni Buddha Statue. Aside from that, there are several museums and galleries worth visiting, including The National Folk Heritage Museum, The Textile Museum, Alaya Gallery, and Water Dragon Gallery. You can also visit Trashi Chhoe Dzong and Simtokha Dzong, as well as experience flora and fauna at parks and preserves such as Takin Preserve, Botanical Gardens, and Coronation Park. You can also visit the Zorig Chusum School of Traditional Arts to get a glimpse of the Traditional Crafts. You can also go for a stroll through the Thimphu Centenary Farmers Weekend Market. Return to your hotel for some rest.

Day 5 : Thimphu - Genekha

Drive to Genekha (14 kilometres) first thing in the morning. The first trekking target, Genekha, would take roughly 45 minutes to reach. This unpaved route, with the signboard Genekha Pry School, takes four hours to walk. During the monsoon season, this road is impassable. There is a lot of evergreen woods and terrace farms along the trail. Stop at Genekha for overnight camping.

Day 6 : Genekha - Gur

In the morning, depart Genekha for the next trekking (Gur-14 km), passing through unusual flora and animals. After the first two hours of slow uphill walking, you will arrive at a rock platform from which you may admire the natural splendour below. After taking in the breathtaking scenery, it would take another 02 hours to complete the day's walk. The camp will be in the centre of the woods, and once you arrive in the afternoon, you can explore the surrounding woodland. In the spring, there will be an abundance of flowers everywhere. Return to the Gur camp for an overnight stay.

Day 7 : Gur - Labatama

Today's trip will take 5 hours from Gur to Labatama. You will pass through rocky mountain vegetation along the route. During the spring, the walk will take place among the flowers and asparagus. The pleasant surroundings allow trekkers to clear their minds and appreciate the natural environment of the location. When you reach the massive cairn, you will be rewarded with an incredible view of the entire Dagala mountain and meadows. You can also see the yak herder's camp, where you will be eating lunch. After lunch, you will travel across meadows and hills, completing today's 12-kilometer trek. Camping for the night at Yutsho Lake. This lake is well-known for its golden trout, which may be found in abundance.

Day 8 : Labatama

This day can be spent enjoying an amazing sightseeing tour of Labatama. This location lies in Dagala's core, with Dokarpo to the west, Mt. Larigang to the east, Tendrup Zomtsegang to the south, and Labatama lakes to the north. The three lakes, Relitso, Hentso, and Jamatso, are well-known for their enigmatic stories. This will be a guided trip where you can learn about the area while also enjoying the natural surroundings. You can go for leisurely stroll around the area and also go fishing in the lakes. Return to your camp for the night after completing your expedition.

Day 9 : Labatama

Spend the day exploring Setso and adjacent lakes. Setso can be reached in 15 minutes of simple trekking. You can appreciate the natural scenery before walking down to Jagetso Lake. You may get into a classic Himalayan mood by fishing and eating lunch near the lakes. You can also enjoy climbing Jomo (5050 m mountain). After hours of daring rock climbing, you may relax and enjoy the scenery. Return to your camp for the night.

Day 10 : Labatama - Panka

Early morning climbing uphill for 20 minutes will provide you with a beautiful glimpse of the Great Himalayan Peaks. Your guide will assist you in identifying the peaks of Everest, Jichudrake, Tsendaygang, Kanchanjunga, Tsevingang, Chomolhari, Gangchen Taa, Masagang, and Gangbom at this point, which is nearly 4,460m above sea level. Your four-hour hike takes you through lakes, meadows, and shrubs before arriving at your camp in Panka. Camping for the night at Panka.

Day 11 : Panka - Talekha

Despite the fact that this is the final day of hiking, there will be enough of natural beauty to savour. This day will take you across several passes, each with its own special beauty. Blue poppy types and mountain birds are another spectacular aspect of the area. Stop for lunch at the junction where one train goes to Wangdiphodrang and the other goes to Talekha (Talikha). After lunch, you'll have to hike for an hour to reach the final Dagala range. The view of Thimphu from here is breathtaking. A one-hour downhill walk will conclude your day's trekking as well as the Dagala Trek. Stop for the night at a spot just above Talekha monastery.

Day 12 : Talekha - Thimphu

You will go to Talekha village and Talekha monastery today. You can view alpine and mixed vegetation along the way. After around 3 to 4 hours of walking, you will reach the motorable route to Thimphu. Your car is waiting for you here to take you to your hotel in Thimphu by the afternoon. You can spend the remainder of the day exploring the town at your leisure. Visit adjacent markets, talk to locals, eat street food, and so forth. Return to your hotel to spend the night.

Day 13 : Thimphu - Paro

You will drive to Paro International Airport in the morning to join your onward journey.

12 Night - 13 Days


Tour's Location

Delhi – Paro- Thimphu – Genekha- Gur - Labatama -Panka - Talikha-Thimphu - Paro

Who constructed Drukgyel Dzong?
Drukgyel Dzong is one of the Dzongs established by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the linage holder of the Drukpa-Kagyud Buddhist School and the unifier of Bhutan, who arrived in Bhutan in 1616 to escape a battle over the status of the Drukpa-Kagyud School's senior abbot in Ralung, Tibet.
Which is Bhutan's oldest Dzong?
The Simtoka Dzong, erected in 1629 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, serves as a monastic and administrative centre and is the oldest dzong that has survived in its original form; Namgyal popularised the notion of the "dzong" as castle monastery for the first time in Bhutan.
How difficult is Snowman Trek?
The Snowman trip, which leads to the isolated Lunana area, is considered Bhutan's most challenging walk. The combination of distance, high altitudes, weather conditions, and remoteness make this a difficult trek that should only be attempted if you have prior experience and a high degree of fitness.
Which is Bhutan's highest trek?
On the way back down to Thimphu Valley, you can see Mount Gangkar Puensum 7570m (24,836 feet), Bhutan's highest peak and likely the highest unclimbed mountain in the world.
Is trekking possible in Bhutan?
Bhutan has it everything, whether you want a day walk or an adventurous month-long journey. Trekking in Bhutan exposes a breathtaking, unspoiled region filled with pristine alpine lakes and majestic glaciers.
When should I embark on Snowman Trek?
It does, however, provide some of the most spectacular vistas in the Himalayas and passes through some unique scenery. Season: The Snowman Trek is frequently closed due to snow and is very impossible to complete during the winter. The best time to do this is from mid-June until mid-October.

When is the ideal time to trek in Bhutan?
The optimum time to trek in Bhutan is from late September to the end of May, with winter hikes at lower elevations and spring and autumn being the greatest times to obtain the best views of the majestic Himalayan peaks.
What is the difficulty level of the winter trek?
Kedarkantha Trek Difficulty Level. The Kedarkantha Trek is easy to moderate in difficulty. The Kedarkantha Trek is best done in the winter, from mid-December to the end of April. As the weather in the Himalayas is particularly unpredictable during this time, temperatures might plummet to -10 degrees.

Dagala Trek is located where?
The Dagala Thousand Lakes walk takes place in the area south of Thimphu, Bhutan's capital, and the trailhead begins just south of the city, in the village of Geynizampa.
Which Indian airport is the nearest to Bhutan?
People also fly from Bagdogra airport in West Bengal, near Siliguri. As one of Bhutan's closest airports, one can easily take a cab or auto service across Phuentsholing and enjoy a trip of this tempting place.


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