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Snowman Trekking

Bhutan for a long time the "Forbidden Kingdom", still limits the number of tourists visiting the country, to protect the cultural heritage and preservation of natural wealth and beauty is still the number one priority of the country. The snowman trek is considered to be the most challenging trek and of the longest duration in Bhutan. This trek provides an in depth look of the unspoiled and old traditional lifestyle of the Bhutanese; not only the grandiose mountain views and alleys of the Himalaya region but also the lifestyle of the mountain people living in harmony with nature and gods. The trekking is 21 days long ranging between the altitudes of 3000M to 5000m.

For the snowman trek one must be in top physical condition to be able to walk between 8-10 hours at 3000-5000 m altitude. Flexibility and patiente is required at times especially when one confronts logistic problems arising with yaks and horses. While on trek one is expected not to distributed sweets, pen/pencil etc to children and villagers also.

Day 01
Drive : Paro - Shana, camp
Day 02
Trek to Soi Thangthangkha, camp
Day 03
Trek to Jangothang, camp
Day 04
Trek to Lingshi, camp
Day 05
Trek to Chebisa, camp
Day 06
Trek to Shomuthang, camp
Day 07
Trek to Robluthang, camp
Day 08
Trek to Lemithang, camp
Day 09
Trek to Laya, camp
Day 10
Laya - Excursion, camp
Day 11
Trek to Roduphu, camp
Day 12
Trek to Narithang, camp
Day 13 Trek to Tarina, camp
Day 14 Trek to Woche, camp
Day 15 Trek to Lhedi, camp
Day 16 Trek to Thanza, camp
Day 17 Thanza - Excursion, camp
Day 18 Trek to Tshochena, camp
Day 19 Trek to Jichu Dramo, camp
Day 20 Trek to Chukarpo, camp
Day 21 Trek to Tampetso, camp
Day 22 Trek to Maorothang, camp
Day 23 Trek to Nikkachhu Chazam, camp
Day 24 Drive to Thimpu, hotel
Day 25 Drive to Paro, hotel
Day 26 Final Departure