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Classic Laya Trek

Classic Laya Trek

 

  • Overview
  • Itinerary
  • Cost Info

Classic Laya trek offers you the most amazing trekking adventure experience along the off the beaten path with bounty of acclimatization. En route you will get warm hospitality of the rural people, Laya is a perfect hub to capture a complete scenario of Bhutan; you can taste Bhutan's famous butter tea, yak milk and local brewed wine, watch cultural program and witness to the authentic Bhutanese culture, custom and people life style. The trekking trail weaves past Shana camp, Soi Thangthangkha, Jangothang, Lingshi, Chebisa, Shomuthang, Robluthang and Limithang. Further ahead, you will trek along Koina, Gasa Hot spring, Goen Damji and Tashithang on a network of well-maintained and rock-strewn trails. Each of these destinations has its own distinct character: Unique geographical features, surreal mountain vegetation, quaint hamlets, Dzongs, open pastures, indigenous people, art and history are juxtaposed amid the seclusion and simplicity of Bhutan. Hot spring bath at Gasa Tshachu is an additional treat that makes your trek more memorable once in a lifetime.

Day 01: Arrive Paro from Bangkok, Kathmandu or Delhi (By Druk Air).

Day 02: Paro.

Day 03: Paro- Thimpu.

Day 04: Thimpu- Punakha.

Day 05: Punakha- Tashithang- Goen (Start of Laya Trek).

Day 06: Goen Damji- Gasa

Day 07: Gasa- Koena.

Day 08: Koena- Laya.

Day 09: Laya.

Day 10: Laya- Koena.

Day 11: Koena- Gasa (Hot Spring).

Day 12: Gasa (Hot Spring)- Goen Damji.

Day 13: Goen Damji- Tashithang- Thimpu (End of Laya Trek).

Day 14: Thimpu- Paro.

Day 15: Paro- Airport for departure.  

Cost Includes:

  • Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis; single supplement is available upon request with extra surcharge as applicable.
  • Meals; B=Breakfast, L=Lunch; D=Dinner and evening tea with biscuits.
  • Transport within Bhutan.
  • Trekking equipment like sleeping bag, dining tents, kitchen tents, toilet tents, mattresses, etc.
  • Services of experienced licensed English speaking guides.
  • Trekking cooks and trek assistant.
  • supply of pack and riding ponies.
  • Bhutan entry visa fees.
  • Royalty and taxes.

Cost Exclude:

  • Departure Tax where applicable.
  • Air fare.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Rescue operations by helicopters.
  • Excess baggage charges.
  • Mineral water, soft drinks and any alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, laundry, telephone calls, tips and any other personal expenses.
  • Nepal Visa (if entering Bhutan through Nepal)
  • Any services in Kathmandu/Nepal (hotels, transport, etc)
  • Any cost arising from political disturbances, strikes, cancellation of flights, deviation in program, delays due to landslides/ road blockage or otherwise.

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