Samlha Tours & Travels

Druk Path Trek

Destinations: Druk Path Trek

Max Altitude: 2400 – 3800 mts

Best Season: March to May and September to November

Meal: Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner)

Accommodation: Government approved 3 stars hotels and above

Transportation: 4 wheel drive – suvs, tour vans & mini buses

Tour Overview

The four-day Druk Path walk is the most well-known walk in the nation since it offers the chance to visit several historic lhakhangs, dzongs, and towns while also passing through stunning natural scenery of blue pine trees, steep mountains, and clear lakes.

Tour Highlights

Due to the close proximity of the rest camps, the Druk Path Trek is also a relatively simple climb. Between 2400 and 4200 metres above sea level, the walk leads you through woods of fir, blue pine, and dwarf rhododendrons. On the third day, hikers will reach Jimiling Lake, which is home to enormous trout in its crystal-clear waters.
The highest unclimbed peak in the world, Mt. Gangkar Puensum, can be seen magnificently from this walk. The Druk Path Trek is best started between March and June or September and November.

Detailed Itineraray

Day 1: Damchena – Jangchu Lhakhang/Tshokam
13 kilometres approximately.
Time: 7-8 hours roughly.
Start altitude: roughly 2900 metres.
Elevation of the campsite: about 3800 metres.
Highest score: 0

Day 2: Tshokam – Jigmelangtsho
9 kilometres approximately.
Time: 4-6 hours approx.
Elevation of the campsite: roughly 3900 metres.
No high pass.


Day 3: Jigmelangtsho – Labana
10 kilometres approximately.
Time: 4-6 hours approx.
Elevation of the campsite: 4100 metres.
around 4200 metres high pass.

Day 4: Labana – Thimphu
10 kilometres approximately.
Four to six hours.
Labana Pass, at about 4200 metres, is a high pass.

Cost Details

While trekking in Bhutan, a minimal level must be upheld, according to the government of Bhutan. Whether you are a lone trekker or part of a larger group, you will have your own trekking staff, which includes a professional trekking guide, cook, camping helper, and a few horsemen and horses to carry your stuff. All food must be brought into camp and prepared there. As a result, trekking in Bhutan can be a little pricey for individuals and small groups of travelers


USD 250 Per Person Per Day for 1 Person

USD 200 Per Person Per Day for 2 Pax

USD 180 Per Person Per Day for 3 Pax

4 or More: USD 160 Each Day Per Person



1.Mountaineering tents for four seasons.

2.throughout the trek, freshly prepared meals with tea and snacks.

3.everything needed for a walk, including a dining tent equipped with chairs and tables and a bathroom tent.

4.the blankets and sleeping bag

5.Completely seasoned support group.

6.charge for portage.

7.Throughout the walk, drinking water was filtered or heated.

8.Morning and nighttime hot water for washing.

9.Bags of hot water for the night.

10.individual foam mattresses with footprints.

11.Community first aid equipment (We usually have several oxygen cylinders on hand in case of emergencies).


Not Included

1.Insurance for personal snacks, beverages, and equipment. for the crew.

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