7D6N Druk Path Trek Bhutan 2024

The Druk Path Trek is a classic route, taking you through stunning landscapes and offering a glimpse into Bhutanese culture.

The Druk path trek in Bhutan is a moderately tough 4-day trek + 2 days cultural in Bhutan starting from Paro to Thimphu or vice versa and is the most popular of all Bhutan treks. The trek leads up to altitudes above 4,000m, however walking distances between the camps are not too long.

This trek will take you through thick alpine jungles, beautiful pine trees, various rhododendron trees and spectacular lakes. Incredible views of valleys, lakes, green Himalayan mountains and Himalayan snowcapped mountains are the order of the days throughout the trek. You will also see some of the mighty Himalayan ranges like the Gangkar Phuensum, and mount Jhomolhari. Being on top of the mountain, sunsets and sunrises are beautiful and mesmerizing. Apart from the lakes, Phadjoding monastery and the view from there is one of the highlights of this trek. The Lonely Planet describes the Druk Path Trek as “One of the most scenic and popular treks in Bhutan, following a wilderness trail past several remote lakes. Although it is a short trek, it still goes to a high altitude making it moderately strenuous.”

Immerse yourself in the splendor of the Druk Path Trek, as you traverse ancient trails, witness breathtaking vistas, and discover the rich cultural heritage of Bhutan. This extraordinary adventure promises to leave an indelible mark on your soul, as you explore the wonders of this enchanting land.

Druk Path Trek – Trip Facts

  • The Altitude rises from 2800 to 4800 meters above sea level.
  • Includes 2 days cultural tour.
  • Starts from Paro and ends in Thimphu.
  • Difficulty: Moderate to Challenging
  • Accommodations: Camping Tents
  • Best Seasons: Mar, Apr, May, Oct and Nov.


  • Duration:3 Nights 4 Days trek + 2 days cultural trek
  • Start Location:From your Hotel in Paro or Thimphu
  • Departure Times:8 AM
  • Dress:Casual with Walking Boot
  • Fitness Level:Level 3 Active: Itineraries are at a very active pace, with long hiking days, multiple days trekking at high altitudes and a demanding daily schedule of physical activities.

Druk Path Trek – What You Should Know?

  • Trekking Travel Difficulty: The average elevation in Bhutan is 3800m above Sea level and this tour is moderately challenging.
  • Trekking Difficulty: At times, you will be camping above 4000 m. As this is a difficult high-altitude trek, this may not be suitable for those prone to cardiac arrests, respiratory, or circulatory disorders, or for limited mobility.
  • For a quality and meaningful tour, the group will be limited to 15Pax only.
  • Except for your personal shopping, tips and gratuities there are no additional or hidden cost.
  • Tipping is at your own discretion. 


  • Deposit payment of $2000/Pax (*non-refundable) to be made for booking confirmation. We will block the flight tickets and confirm the booking.
  • Final Balance Payment by 4months before to the event date.


  • All participants need to be vaccinated to join this event.
  • Pre and Post covid19 test need to be paid by clients in Singapore and Bhutan if needed.
  • Get Covid19 Travel Insurance coverage to protect yourself.




  • 07 April – 13 April 2024
  • 28 April – 04 May 2024
  • 19 May – 25 May 2024


  • 2-4Pax: SGD3080/Pax
  • 6-8Pax: SGD2680/Pax
  • 10Pax and above: SGD2580/Pax
  • Book in Groups of 2Pax and above get a special discount of $80/Pax on booking (*Offer valid only till 31Dec2023).
  • SGTREK Members discount $80/Pax on the tour price.
  • Single supplement applicable


SIN-PBH: Sundays

PBH-SIN: Saturdays

  1. KB 541 SINPBH 12:30 16:45
  2. KB 540 PBHSIN 08:05 16:10

SIN-PBH-SIN in economy

FLIGHT COST: SGD 1465/person+ inclusive of taxes and charges

*Airfare and taxes are subject to change without prior notice. Do check with us the prices while booking your tour with us.


Day 1: Arrival to Paro

Arrival by plane to Paro airport and drive to Paro (Rinpung) dzong, also, enjoying views from the watchtower Ta dzong and visiting National Museum. ➜ Leisure in town. ➜ Sightseeing is subject to arrival time. Rest at Hotel (Twin sharing basis)

Day 2 Paro: Hike to Taktsang gomba (Tiger’s Nest)

Hike to Taktsang gomba (Tiger’s Nest) in the elevation of 3150 m, is one of the highlights of the tour as well as good acclimatization exercise. While the hike seems to be hard, it’s very rewarding. Trip including the visit of temples takes about 4 to 5 hours. On the way back to town visit pristine Dungtselhakhang is one of the two oldest temples built in Bhutan. ➜ Evening exploring the hustle and bustle of Paro and get ready for next day’s trekking! Rest at Hotel (Twin sharing basis) 

Day 3: Paro – Jili Dzong- TsoKam (Trek Starts)

Walking Distance: Distance 7 Km (4-5 hours walk) Camp Altitude: 3,480 m.

Since there is new road construction reaching near Jili Dzong you can either opt to take car till the road point or start hiking a little above Ta Dzong. The hike will continue till Jili Dzong, a quiet small monastery perched on the hilltop overlooking Paro valleys. Lunch at the monastery and start hiking till your campsite through the temperate vegetation and Rhododendrons tress.

Day 4: Tsokham – Jangchulakha – JigmeLangTsho

Walking Distance: 10 KM (4-5 hours walk) Camp Altitude: 3,770 m

The trail takes you through thick alpine forest and beautiful dwarf rhododendron tress. Now you are on the tree line and one step up is above tree line with small shrubs, some exotic Himalayan flowers like primulas and different species of Rhododendron flowers.

Cross your lunch spot at Jangchulakha, you will continue to hike another 2 hours to react the beautiful camp site by the huge mountain lake called Jigme Langsto.

The campsite is close to the Jimilang Tsho Lake. The lake is known for its giant-sized trout and if you wish, you may fish a trout or two for dinner and of course with prior permission and approval from the concerned agencies.

One the way and around the camp site you may see yaks and yak herders.

Day 5: Jimilang Tsho Lake – Simkotra Tso – Labana

Walking Distance: 10 KM (6-7 hours walk) Camp Altitude: 3,870 m.

The trail takes you through dwarf rhododendron trees and Janetso Lake. You may come across some yak herder’s camps and may take some time to acquaint yourself on the life of the Nomad people. The trek begins with a gradual climb. On a clear day, you will have a spectacular view of Mount Gangkar Puensum, the highest mountain in Bhutan (and the highest unclimbed in the world) and other Himalayan peaks. Camp site at Labana.

Day 6: Labana – Phajoding – Motithang – Thimphu (Trek ends)

Walking Distance: 10 KM (5 hours walk)

This is the last day of the trek. Watching the sunrise from Phajoding is a treat. The walk downhill to Thimphu valley, at a leisurely pace, takes about three hours through blue pine and rhododendron.

The sun rise at the camp site at Labana or from Phajoding is spectacular. You can see Thimphu city down the valley and the sun timidly showing off as it rise from the surrounding mountain behind.

Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu

Day 7:  Thimphu – Paro airport (1.5 hrs drive) Departure

After breakfast we drive to airport for the departure.

Cost Includes:

  • Full-time English-speaking guide.
  • US$ 40 per person (Single entry visa fee).
  • Accommodation in 3-star hotel on twin bed sharing basis.
  • Daily US$ 100 Per pax / Night Government royalty and all the tax.
  • All meals (break, lunch & dinner).
  • Private transportation and sightseeing as per the itinerary.
  • Museums and parks fees indicated in the itinerary.
  • Bottled drinking water in car.
  • Accommodation in Tents sharing basis during the trek (2Men Tent) 

Trekking Facilities Includes: 

  • First Aid Box (Medicine).
  • Sleeping tent (2-men tent) with carpeted floor, Air Mattress, Pillow, and room light.
  • Dinning tent with dining set, Table, Chair, and dining light.
  • Kitchen tent with kitchen set and light.
  • Hot water bag with cover.
  • Toilet tent with toilet pot.
  • Shower tent with shower bag and mat.
  • Trekking staff. 

Cost Excludes:

  • Any alcoholic, non-alcoholic beverages, and any other personal expenses.
  • Tips to guide, driver, trekking staff, hotel service, etc.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Single room / tent supplement charges
  • Luxury hotels/resorts are available on supplement cost.
  • Sleeping Bag (*need to bring own sleeping bags)

Check for the following Essential Trekking Gears to be carry by clients:

  • Trekking Boots / Shoes
  • Waterproof 3/4 season jacket and trousers
  • Camp Footwear (i.e., sneakers or booties)
  • Several pairs of good quality socks
  • T-Shirts – Highly recommended are synthetic T shirt styles that wick away moisture.
  • Thermal Underwear / layers
  • Down jacket
  • Warm mid layers (fleece/micro fibre)
  • Trousers – Lightweight, loose fitting, trekking trousers.
  • Shorts
  • Tracksuit or fleece pants for evenings.
  • Sleeveless fleece and extra layers for winter departures
  • Warm Hat and sun Hat
  • Scarf/neck warmer
  • Gloves and Mitts – waterproof and warm.
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Head Torch (spare batteries)
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Light weight towel
  • Hand sanitizer gel
  • Trail mix / nuts/ muesli bars
  • Daypack – The daypack you select must have the capacity for the items you may be carrying on a day’s walk: rain jacket, trousers, warm clothing, water bottle, camera equipment, washing items and other personal effects. A hip/waist strap provides additional comfort. You should consider daypacks of at least a 30 to 40-litre capacity.

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