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Our Top 10 Trek
Top 8 Weekend Trek From Delhi
- TAKTSANG MONASTERY-
- This monastery, also known as Tiger’s Nest, is considered to be one of the holiest places in Bhutan and the Himalayas. Mounted on a high granite cliff, the monastery was established for meditation. It was built in the 8th century and it is said that Guru Rimpoche, the second Buddha, who flew here from Kurtoe valley on the back of a flying tigress ,meditated here. The monastery is perched on a rocky ledge with a drop of about 800m and it overlooks the Paro river and valley.
- DOCHU LA PASS
- This pass is located on the way to Punakha from Thimphu and is popular tourist attraction because it provides a 360 degree, panoramic view of the Himalayas. It has 108 chortens known as the Druk Wangyal chortens, the construction of which was commissioned by Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk. The pass is a spiritual destination for locals and tourists due to the presence of an important temple in the area.
- The capital city of Bhutan is the only capital in the world with no traffic lights! There are many places to visit in the city like the Tashichho Dzong, the Buddha Dordenma Statue, the Jungshi Paper Factory,the Folk Heritage Museum, the Centenary Farmers Market, Motithang Takin Preserve and National Memorial Chorten. It is a charming and colorful city nestled in the Himalayas with the river Chuu flowing through it. It has retained its traditional charm in spite of modernization.
- This is the spiritual heartland of Bhutan and houses many ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries. Temples like Jambey Lhakhang, the relics in Ura Yakchoe and the Jakar Dzong are places worth visiting in the valley. There are apple orchards and dairy farms commonly seen in the area and this region is one of the most peaceful in the country. The scenic setting draws a huge number of tourists each year to this valley.
PHOBJIKHA AND GANGTEY VALLEY
Both these valleys are glacial valleys with streams flowing through their open grassland, making them two of the most scenic landscapes in the country. The Gangtey Valley lies at 2900m and boasts two rivers- Nakay Chuu and Gay Chuu flowing through it. Along with the black necked crane, one can also see barking deer, wild boar, red fox, leopard and Himalayan black bear in this area. The Gangtey village and Monastery overlook this valley. One can also visit the Black Mountain National Park and Jigme Singye National Park in the area.