Taking you 4,000 metres above sea level to look down upon the stunning Tiger’s Nest, the Bumdra overnight hike is truly a unique way to discover the raw beauty of Bhutan.
Beginning at Thimphu, the Path to Bumdra takes you through Punakha and Phobjikha before the trek in Paro. After a trail through temples and hermitages on a climb toward Bumdra Monastery, where camp is set up for the night. The hike through serene lands and dense forests offers a terrific glimpse into the magic of this gentle kingdom.
Get close to wilderness and nature without compromising on comfort.
Descend to Tiger's Nest
Descend past larch and towering silver pine to see Tiger’s Nest from a unique perspective.
A quiet and remote glacial valley located on the western slopes of the Black Mountains.
A four-hour hike starting from Longtey Village, around Pele La Pass, towards Gangtey Goemba. You will find a glorious view of Phobjikha Valley midway.
These 108 chortens were commissioned by the Queen Mother to honour the Bhutanese soldiers that were killed in the 2003 war against insurgents from India. The pass offers stunning panoramic views of the Eastern Himalayas and is a popular picnic spot for locals.
Discover Bhutan through the beautiful rivers of Punakha.
COMO Uma Punakha
Located at the far western end of the lush Punakha Valley, the property offers excellent meals and sweeping views of Punakha Valley and the Mo Chhu river as it winds its way through rice fields and orchards.Visit Website
Designed by Mary Lou Thomson, Gangtey Lodge offers spacious rooms that command sweeping views of the valley below and of the Gangtey Goemba, just 5 minutes away. Heated stone floors and deep bathtubs next to Bhutanese fireplaces, or ``bukharis``, complete the sense of luxury and cosiness.Visit Website
COMO Uma Paro
10 minutes away from Paro Airport, COMO Uma Paro sits on a lush hill overlooking the town of Paro. Apart from some wonderful views, the property boasts excellent food and an indoor swimming pool.Visit Website
Get close to nature and the wilderness without giving up on comfort. Camping trips include serviced tents and an experienced team of cooks and guides to assist you.
Surrounded by pine forests, this 24-Suite retreat combines rustic charms with contemporary design. Suites offer a combined lounge and bedroom furnished with a king-size bed, a banquette window seat, a reading chair and a traditional bukhari wood-burning stove.Visit Website
Return flights to Paro on Drukair and/or Bhutan Airlines
Camping equipment, personnel and horses
Meals & Mineral Water
Bhutan visa and route permit
All tours and entrance fees
A licensed Bhutanese guide proficient in your preferred language
Private vehicle with driver
Wooden walking poles for hikes
Additional amenities for stays in local lodges