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Samtengang Trek In Bhutan

Duration
9 Days

Posted By
Dennis Tedder
Once again, another incredible trip supported by Ace Holiday Treks and Narayn Bhatta. In March, 2017, my nephew joined me in Kathmandu where I now live; 90% of my decision to live in Kathmandu is as a result of Narayan Bhatta. My nephew and I trekked to Everest Base Camp... Read More
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Samtengang Trek in Bhutan as a Bhutan holidays is encountered as the motivating and trouble free trek. But that does not mean Samtengang Trek is a trek without any touch of adventure in fact Samtengang Trek is an adventure Bhutan travel. Thus, Bhutan Bhutan travel via Samtengang Trek is understood as the splendor of the landscape. Through the Bhutan majestic travel one will experience the heart beat of pastoral life and there is no enhanced method apart from trekking. As a result Samtengang Trek has arrived for those trekkers who are looking forward for the superb outlook of those lofty Himalayas.

Bhutan tours and travel as a part of Samtengang Trek with Bhutan travel guide trekkers are make to understand the pleasing as well as short trip from Punakha to Wangduephodrang Dzongkhag. Samtengang Trek encloses an altitude amid 1,100 meter to 1,900 meter and in addition trekkers will undergo with warm climate all through the hiking. Bhutan travel information will offer an accurate fact in relation to Samtengang Trek so there is no possibility of cheating. But then in case of contacting with Ace Holiday Treks trekkers are benefitted with Bhutan travel tips as well. Likewise, the question of how to travel to Bhutan will be erased swiftly.

Samtengang Trek, the luxury travel Bhutan is set for 8 nights and 9 days with proper planning. So, trekkers will not come across in problems while travelling to Bhutan. The trekking trails of Samtengangatha will show the way towards the dense forest of Oak and Rhododendron all through the villages of Sha and that of Chungsakha transversely is the extensive bridge in Bhutan. Most importantly it is recommended to carry out the Samtengang Trek amid March to April and from September to October.


Outline Itinerary
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, flight to Paro
Day 02: Sightseeing in Paro
Day 03: Drive to Thimphu (2,300m)
Day 04: Drive to Punakha (1,350m)
Day 05: Trek to Limukha (2,220m)
Day 06: Trek to Chungsakha (1,850m)
Day 07: Trek to Samtengang (2,050m)
Day 08: Trek to Tika Zam (1,555m)
Day 09: Drive to Paro International Airport and departure!!!!
 
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu, flight to Paro
On the initial day you will arrive in Kathmandu, knowing the detail itinerary you will take a flight to Paro International Airport. In the airport you will be received by Bhutan guide, assigned by Ace Holiday Treks. Stay overnight in hotel.

Day 02: Sightseeing in Paro
On the following day you will carry out sightseeing in Paro. Thus, the day starts with observing mask dances and folk dances. There is no doubt that Bhutan, the Land of Thunder Dragon, there is acknowledged as prosperous festivals. Thus, you will engage yourself more in experiencing religious and cultural aspects. Apart from that you will hike in Tiger’s Nest as well. Stay overnight in hotel.

Day 03: Drive to Thimphu (2,300m)
Having some knowledge about Paro today you will take a drive to Thimphu after completing the hike to Taktshang Monastery which is also acknowledged as Tiger’s Nest. Takshang Monastery is considered as the significant pilgrimage site and is the major attraction of Bhutan. Arriving in Thimphu you will walk around the Thimphu town. Stay overnight in hotel.

Day 04: Drive to Punakha (1,350m)
On the following day you will drive all through Dochula Pass which is positioned at an elevation of 3,010 meter. If the weather allows you can like the fantastic outlook of the uppermost mountains of Bhutan. Hiking Chimi Lhakhang in the evening you will spend the day. Stay overnight in hotel.

Day 05: Trek to Limukha (2,220m)
In an early morning taking a drive towards Punakha Dzong will mark the beginning of the day. After turning to Dzong the trek sets into motion. You will take an ascend to Pho Chhu all through the terrace of wheat and mustard during winter. In Dompala you will stopover as it is organized village. Stay overnight in guesthouse.

Day 06: Trek to Chungsakha (1,850m)
On the following day you will depart from the camp and begin to take downward movement as Chungsakha is situated at an elevation of 1,850 meter. You will move through the chilly thick forest. Passing the ridge and taking downward movement through the vertical steep you will get to see the small stream. The trail is bounded by attractive birdsong along with forests of oak and rhododendron. Stay overnight in tented camp.

Day 07: Trek to Samtengang (2,050m)
On the following day you will arrive into the village of Sha Wangdi after taking downward movement of nearly 45 minutes. In the meantime you will encounter a suspension bridge passing Bae Chhu (1,500m). The trail again show the way to Tsheshinang which indicates the end of the valley. The camp will be set near y the lake. Stay overnight in tented camp.

Day 08: Trek to Tika Zam (1,555m)
On the following day the journey sets into motion nearby the campsite. So, taking downward moves vertically you will turn up to the Dang Chhu valley. Then, afterward the trail will take you to the bridge of Tika Zam which is positioned at an elevation of 1,555 meter. Taking lunch in Wangdipodrang you will take a drive towards Paro. Stay overnight in hotel.

Day 09: Drive to Paro International Airport and departure!!!!
On the following day you will transfer to Paro International Airport from there you will catch a flight to Tribhuvan International Airport, and meeting the representative staff you will either stay in Kathmandu or move towards your hometown.
 

Trip Facts

Duration: 9 Days
Accomodation: Guesthouse/Hotel
Seasons : March to April :: September to October.
Type: Modarate
Activities : Cultural sightseeing and day hikes
No. of Pax : Min 2
Starts From : Paro(Bhutan)
Ends at : Paro(Bhutan)
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