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The Druk Path - CEMT Virtual


The Druk Path

8 Days


Embark on an epic adventure through the breathtaking Bhutanese landscapes with our short and sweet trek! Traverse alpine forests, cross two mountain passes, and set up camp beside the picturesque Sikota Tsho (lake) at 4,110m. Be prepared to be awe-struck by the stunning ridges and towering Himalayan peaks, while discovering the natural beauty of Bhutan. This trek is an adventure of a lifetime – don’t miss out on the chance to experience it all. Join us for an unforgettable journey to explore the majestic beauty of Bhutan’s landscape!


Day 1 :

Upon arrival at Paro International Airport, proceed to your hotel for check-in. Afterwards, explore the sights and attractions of Paro.

The journey to the monastery involves ascending a steep dirt track until reaching the Half Point Cafe, followed by a gradual slope and descent on steps, before climbing back up a flight of stairs to reach the monastery.

To reach the Jele Dzong campsite, one must first take a 30-minute drive on a feeder road to the base. From there, the ascent begins on a grassy and dirt trail, followed by a gradual walk and a short, steep climb on a rocky trail. The ascent then continues gradually until reaching the campsite.

The trek involves a combination of gradual and steep climbs along the ridge, passing through juniper and rhododendron forests. After the ascent, there is a descent towards the Jigmelangtsho lake, where one can set up camp and enjoy the view of Mt. Jitchudrake.

The trek involves a long and gradual climb through dense forest, which eventually leads to a straight path via Janetsho Lake. After reaching the lake, there is a climb to an open field that offers spectacular views of the Himalayan peaks. From there, the path remains straight with a short descent towards the campsite.

Day 6 :

The journey begins with a gradual walk and uphill slopes along a rocky path towards the Phume La Pass (4210m), which offers panoramic views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks. After reaching the pass, the trail takes a steep descent past the Thada Goemba and Phajoding Monastery, meandering through a pine forest until reaching the roadhead.

Day 7 :

In the morning, visit the largest Buddha Dordenma statue (54m), as well as the Folk Heritage Museum, Textile Museum, and Craft Bazaar. In the afternoon, explore the Kaja Throm Farmers Market and enjoy some free time.

Day 8 :

It involves an early morning start with breakfast, packing up of camping gear, and a descent back to the base camp with stops for breaks and lunch. The afternoon is spent celebrating the end of the trek with a final group meal or ceremony, followed by optional activities such as relaxation, exploring the local area, or participating in optional activities offered by the tour company. The day ends with an overnight stay at the base camp, and departure the following day.


  • Accommodation at 3 star standard hotels during non trek days
  • All meals
  • Private vehicle transfers
  • English speaking tour/trek guide
  • Permits/Entrance fees
  • Sleeping Tents and Mats
  • Dining Tent, Kitchen tent, toilet tent
  • Camp Tables, chairs, utensils, hot water bags
  • Trekking chef & assistants
  • Horses to carry equipment’s


  • Airfare
  • Visa fee $40 per person
  • Sustainable Development Fee $200USD per night per person (payable to the government)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Laundry
  • Personal expenses such as drinks, phone calls, transfers
  • Anything not included in inclusions

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

The Druk Path
From AUD 4,350
/ Adult
  • Itinerary note
  • Best Price Guaranteed
  • Accommodation at 3* standard hotels during non trek days
  • All meals Included
  • Private vehicle transfers
  • Trekking chef & assistants