Druk Path: Following The Ancient Trail

09 days


Day 01: Paro

Day 02: Paro

Day 03: Jela Dzong

Day 04: Jangchu Lakha

Day 05: Jimilangtsho

Day 06: Phajoding

Day 07: Thimphu

Day 08: Thimphu

Day 09: Exit

Bhutan being a naturally landlocked country remained isolated from the rest of the world for centuries. The Government of Bhutan adopted a protective approach towards economic development in the early 1960s. It was then that the first motor able roads were built in along with the first schools and hospitals. Before that Bhutan was accessible through numerous ancient trails and was the only means of travelling. The Druk Path or the ´┐ŻAncient Trail´┐Ż was used both by the leaders and locals to travel from Paro to Thimphu during that time. The trek to Druk Path is a moderate one as the distance between the campsites is relatively less. It is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan as oe gets to enjoy a magnificent view while traversing. It is a perfect destination for the people who feel an eternal urge to enjoy the pure environment and experience ancient Bhutan.