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Snow Man Trek:
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Wonderful Laya Gasa Trek:
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Mixed Tour, Include Trek, Culture, and Festival
Day 1.
Fly to Para Bhutan on Druk air,The national airline of Bhutan.If you get a seat on the left side of the plane and if weather permits, You may have spectacular views of the highest peaks of the Himalayas, Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga and other famous peaks including the sacred Mt, Jumolhari, Mt, Jichu Drakey, and Mt, Tsherimgang, The green wall of hills known as the door, or gateways into Bhutan from the plains climbs continually higher as down the forested mountain sides, and to the north, the great snowcapped peaks of the inner Himalayas rise up to the sky. You will be receive by the representative of Active Bhutan Adventure and escorted to the hotel amidst a beautiful pine forest, Well come drinks and snacks will be served, Depending on time availability, you will be taken to visit Bhutan's national museum a fascinating place housed in an old watchtower above the huge Paro Dzong,. The tour of museum takes about 2 hours. This will be followed by visit to Ringpung Dzong- the regional administrative and religious center. Dinner and over night stay at Paro Hotel. Altitude 2200m

Day 2
Paro Day hike at Taksang Tiger Nest).Before you start hike drive to Drugyel Dzong (Fortress of Victory), now it is ruin. This fortress was built in 17th century in order to proclaim victory over Tibetan Army. In 1951 this fortress was destroyed by the fire. The cause of fire was from butter lamp. From here you can view Jhomolhari peak (7200m).Then drive back to hike point. You will hike up to 2900m.Taksangsang is one of the holiest place in Bhutan. In 8th century Guru Rimpochey (Great Indian Saint) arrived to this place on flying tigress and meditated there for few months and later his followers followed his footsteps and meditated there. In 17th century the temple was built by Gesay Tenzin Rabgay 4th temporal ruler of Bhutan. In 1998 some part of the temple was destroyed by the fire.  Dinner and over night stay at Paro Hotel Altitude 2200m

Day 3
The trek start, Druk path trek
National museum to jangchhu lakha 5 to 6 hour, On the way visit jili Dzong if the weather is clear, there is an excellent views of Paro town and upper valley of  Paro far below with jamolhari mountain [7314m]and other snowcappedPeaks in the distance.Cross to the east side of the ridge and make a long travel through rhododendrons.Camp site 3670m

Day 4  Trek
Jangchulhakha to Simkota 6 to 7 hoursFrom the ridge there are good views of jamolhari mountain [7314m] Jichudraky[6889m]The peak representing the protective deity of Paro.Then the trail climb through forest and you can also find yak herders camp. After few hours climbing to some stone ruins and the camp spot at 3900m over loking simkota

Day 5 Trek 
Simkota to Phajodhing 4 hours  hoursThe trail descends gently and traverse to a group of cairns a top Labanala at 4eb731amThere are views of Dochula and jamolhari mountains along this stretch of trail,Then drop and cross a final ridge at Pume la.Weather permitting there are views of gangkar Puensum the highest Himalayas mountain [above 7500m]The trail leads northeast and descends steeply towards phajodhing  On reaching to Phajodhing will visit the monastry. Where you can also vis

Day 6 Trek
Then the trek leads to down hill which takes about 3 hours  And there are views of Thimphu township beautifully.So your trek end here in Motithang upper valley of Thimphu at 2520m Evining Sightseeing in Thimphu, , visit the National Memory Chorten . The building of this landmark was originally envisaged by Bhutan's third King, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck,who wanted to erect a monument to world peace and prosperity. Completed in 1974 after his untimely death, it is both a memorial to the Late King ['the father of modern Bhutan'],and a monument to peace. Visit the government-run handicrafts Emprium a thanka paintings and exquisitely woven textiles for which Bhutan is famous. Also visit the Folk Heritage and National Textile Museums, opened in 2001   Dinner and over night stay at Thimphu Hotel. Altitude 2300m

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