Haa Nub Tshonapata trek starts from Haa and goes very close to India, China and Bhutan border. The trek offers beautiful view of the world’s third highest peak, Mt. Kanchenjunga at 8586 mts. Also due to the plains in the south, it offers beautiful golden sun rays at the sunset. The trek is very relaxing and doesn’t require much of climbing.
Your flight to Paro will offer you a beautiful mountain views. On this flight the views of the Everest, Kanchen Junga and other Himalayan peaks, including the sacred Jumolhari and Jichu Drakey in Bhutan are awesome. On arrival in Paro our guide will receive you and check you into your hotel. After lunch we will see the rich history of Bhutan exhibited in the 17th century National Museum. The Paro Dzong, a massive fortress built in the 17th century now houses the monastic body. A tour of this beautiful Dzong will introduce us to the unique aspects of the Bhutanese Buddhism. A lovely stroll downhill from the Dzong over an old cantilever bridge wraps up an eventful first day in this magical kingdom. Overnight at Paro | Altitude: 2200m
Taktsang or the tiger’s nest temple is the most revered temple to the Buddhist. This magical temple clings to a vertical granite cliff 800m above the valley. Legend has it that in the 8th century, Guru Rimpochey, a tantric master flew here on the back of a tigress and meditated in a cave around which the temple is built. A hike to this temple will take up most of our morning. In the afternoon, we will host a special Buddhist prayer ceremony at the beautiful 1200 year old Kyichu Lhakhang Temple, to bring us good luck for the rest of the journey. Overnight in Paro
Drive over the Chelela Pass (3810m) to the Haa Valley about two hours away, where you will camp near Katsho.
The trek begins with a gentle climb up the Janadingkha through a thick forest of rhododendron and conifer. The gradual ascent continues to the yak herders’ camp at before climbing further to the Tsabjathang. Over night camp in the forest of Tshokam at 3,270mtrs
Today’s walk starts with a steep climb through juniper and rhododendron forest to the Gochhila pass (4350m), providing spectacular views of the whole Tshejala range. Continuing on to Tshejalum, you will pass several yak herders’ camps and in spring the trail is carpeted with flowers. You will then aim for the Tshejala (meaning ‘difficult’: no elaboration required!) pass, the crossing on the ancient trade route from Haa to Tibet and Sikkim.
Today your day will be easy walk viewing Tibet and Simmim border. You have the opportunity today to enjoy the area around this sacred lake, visiting the yak herder’s camp, see golden trout or walking on the surrounding hillsides.
Sleeping Altitude: 3780m, This morning you will retrace your steps as far as Gochhila Pass before branching off on a different route over a ridge to Lake Tsojo (3780m). There will be time for a picnic lunch on the lake shore before we descend to the camp in a yak meadow in Tsojo.
Your trail descends gradually today through juniper and rhododendron forest until you reach the Talila Pass, which you will cross to re-enter the Haa Valley. Your trek finishes here and your transport will be waiting to drive you to next destination. Overnight in Paro
Departure toward onward journey.
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