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snowcat-photo-logo-square-no-text Final Haa Valley Trekking

Rarely trekked Bhutan - Tigers Nest Hike- Remote mountain valleys - Views across to Tibet & Sikkim - Scenic,unspoilt Himalayas

 

Pretty much an “off the map” Bhutan trek. It’s as recent as 2001 that restrictions to trek in this magical and unspoilt area of Bhutan were lifted. Proximity to the border with Tibet and the sensitivity that goes with that meant that previously foreigners were not allowed into the Haa Valley. This ambitious trek explores what is largely a high mountain wilderness landscape and the valleys are mostly uninhabited except for the occasional yak herder and cross border smugglers. Such is the remoteness of this trek that although illegal, some Bhutanese do still dare to enter Tibet and come back with smuggled goods to sell. The challenging nature of this trek, which crosses several high passes means that it is best suited to experienced mountain walkers with a good level of fitness and whom enjoy isolated trekking. For those that venture here the rewards are plenty. Outlandish views of Himalayan peaks such as Chundugang, across to Tibet and Sikkim and even to Chomolhari. This is a rarely trekked part of Bhutan and there’s a good chance you won’t encounter other trekkers. This is wild Bhutan and indeed along the way there’s always a good chance of seeing rare wildlife too. Sleeping bags (4 season) will be required for nights spent camping

 

This trip features a good Bhutanese standard of hotel accommodation, however there are options to upgrade to 4*/5* top end Boutique Hotels in Paro

11 Days -  7 Days Challenging Walking- Max altitude 4600m - 5nts Hotels - 5nts Camping

 

 

The price shown is for guideline purposes. The price is inclusive of all accommodation described in the detailed itinerary (twin share in hotels) - all airport and land transfers,  private overland travel, baggage transfers by private vehicle, Full Camp Crew Service (inc Cook), Porterage on Trek (usually pack animals), all camping equipment (except sleeping bags). Tents on twin share basis. all meals as indicated in the itinerary,  permits & fees,  sightseeing where specified, Bhutan Visa & Tourist Taxes & an english-speaking Bhutanese guide.

B = Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner

 

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Day 1 - Arrive Paro. Transfer to Paro Hotel

 

Day 2- Taktsang Monastery Trek

 

Day 3- Drive over the Cheli La to Haa

 

Day 4- Acclimatisation/Exploring walk in Haa

 

Day 5- Trek to Tso Kham

 

Day 6- Up to Wangjithang

 

Day 7- Hike to Napatta Lake

 

Day 8- Trek to Rigona

 

Day 9 - Trek to Jara Woma

 

Day 10- Trek end and to Paro

 

Day 11- Depart Paro

 

 

Don't forget, this trip can be customised

 

Bhutan is also renowned for its traditional, colourful festivals. If you’d like your trip to Bhutan to coincide with a  Bhutan festival, and which ones you’d like to witness you can find out more on our Bhutan Festivals page. As all our holidays to Bhutan are exclusively private and tailor made, most of our itineraries can be designed & timed to incorporate your preferred festival choice.

 

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WARNING:High risk of Inspiration

Haa Valley Wonders Trek

The Bhutan Govt imposes a MINIMUM DAILY CHARGE for all tourists. Learn more about this HERE

 

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