The Druk Path is a wonderfully scenic route, which connects the valleys of Paro and Thimpu, crossing a lake-studded chain of mountains that separates the two valleys.
In autumn and spring, clear weather permitting, it offers superb views of the Bhutan Himalaya, and in May the landscape turns to a blaze of colour with the blooming of the rhododendrons. Quiet forest trails, shimmering trout-filled lakes and yak herds grazing on the higher ridges are typical of the trek.
Most days consist of 4-5 hours walking. Time is spent sightseeing in both Paro and Thimpu, and this, our easiest trek in Bhutan, is ideal for those looking to experience Bhutanese culture and a less demanding trek.
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