Dagala mountain range divides two prominent valleys of Thimphu and Wangdi. The altitude of the plateau is around 4000 meters. It has many lakes of different sizes and in most lakes one can find trout fish, alpine flowers, rhododendrons, different species of pheasants, musk deer are also found in abundance. The plateau is also a grazing ground for yaks in summer. The best period of trekking is May/June and Sept/Oct.
01Arrival Paro. O/n.
02Sightseeing of Paro. O/n.
03Drive to Thimphu. O/n.
04Sightseeing in Thimphu. O/n.
05Drive to Simtokha and trek to Talekha for 4 hours. Camp near Talekha Lhakhang.
06Ascend to jezela alt. 4000 m. & descend to Japhuna alt. 3800 m., camp (5/6 hours).
07Trek through rhododendron forests and small lakes and camp at Jadhuna alt. 4100m. (4 hours).
08Ascend to Jomigue pass 4460 mt. and descend to Labatma. Camp by Yumtsa (4 hours).
09Day excursions to Hetso-Hentso lake, Jmatso and Relitso lakes.
10Day excursion to Jamo peak 5050 mt. and return to camp.
12After crossing Pagalaptsa pass 4170 mt. descend through rhododendron and thick oak forest to Genekha for camp (6/7hours).
13Descend to Chakilo for 2 hours and drive to Paro. O/n.
14Day trip to Tiger Nest (Takstang Monastery).
15Departure from Paro.