drukpath-trek

9 Days Drukpath Trek

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8 Nights 9 Days Drukpath Trek Highlights:

  • Day 1: Arrive Paro & sightseeing.
  • Day 2: Hike to Tiger’s Nest.
  • Day 3: Drukpath Trek Starts (Ta Dzong – Jele Dzong).
  • Day 4: Jele Dzong – Tsokam
  • Day 5: Tsokam – Jimilangtsho
  • Day 6: Jimilangtsho – Simkotra
  • Day 7: Drukpath Trek Ends (Simkotra – Phajoding – Thimphu)
  • Day 8: Thimphu Sightseeing
  • Day 9: Depart Bhutan

DrukPath Trek, a beautiful 6 day trek that starts at Ta Dzong, Paro and ends at the road above the Takin Sanctuary, Thimphu.

Season: This trek is usually possible from late February to June and from September to December.

The Druk Path Trek is a moderate, six-day trek. This popular trek offers beautiful views as you cross the chain of mountains that separate the Paro and Thimphu valleys. This route is also famous for its spectacular rhododendron forests and wonderful high altitude lakes teeming with fish.

  • Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery.
  • Half day excursion to Dochula pass.
  • Visit 8th wonders of world (Buddha Dodhenma Statue).
  • Painting School & Craft Bazaar.
  • Bhutan Postal Museum.

8 Nights 9 Days Drukpath Trek Cost:

Peak Season: March, April, May, Sep, Oct & Nov.

  • 1 Pax: USD 2360 per person.
  • 2 Pax: USD 2200 per person.
  • 3 Pax and Above: USD 1880 per person

Off Season: Dec, Jan, Feb, June, July & Aug.

  • 1 Pax: USD 2200 per person.
  • 2 Pax: USD 2040 per person.
  • 3 Pax and Above: USD 1720 per person
Q. Is Drukpath trek easy or difficult?
A. Drukpath trek is considered as moderate hike. The trek follows a gradual climb passing over 4 mountains.


Q. Whats the starting point of Druk path trek?
A. Druk path trek route starts from Ta Dzong in Paro and ends near Motithang in Thimphu.

Q. Whats the actual trek duration for druk path trek?
A. Actual trek duration for druk path trek is 4 nights 5 days.


Q. Can i plan some adventure activities like bird watching during this Druk path trek itinerary?
A. Ya, you can add some more days for camping if you are interested in doing some adventure activities like photography, bird watching and exploring more deeper trek routes.