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This journey features five hikes, incorporating some of Bhutan’s most spectacular scenery. This means that we will be walking or hiking on most days. We will be led by local guides, and while these hikes are not overly strenuous, they do require you to have a reasonable level of fitness. Please note that each hike is entirely optional.

Our walk to Cheri Goemba begins with a crossing of the Thimphu Chhu river. Enjoy mountain views amid a flurry of prayer flags as you approach the humble monastery that signals our journey’s end. 
Beginning at the celebrated Dochula Pass, follow the Divine Madman Trail along a path through lush vegetation to Thinleygang Temple, set amid forested surrounds. 
Trek the striking Trans Bhutan Trail. This walk offers views of the sublime Punakha Dzong. Cross the Punakha suspension bridge across the Pho Chhu River and continue to the village of Shengana. A final ascent brings you to the chorten which marks the end of our trek. 
Trek further along the Trans Bhutan Trail, continuing on to the northern ridge of the Paro Valley. Descend a trail to arrive in Lamgong Village. On our return to Paro, pass by the Kyichu Lhakhang temple, one of the country’s oldest religious sites. 
Hike from the valley floor up to Taktsang monastery, otherwise known as Tiger’s Nest. This high-altitude ascent makes for a strenuous advance, but the views of the monastery, built into vertical cliffs 900 metres above Paro Valley, are certainly worth the effort.