Real Adventure Nepal
High Himalayan Trekking

High Himalayan Trekking
High Himalayan Trek

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It is the capital of Bhutan, situated at 2,285 m (7,500 ft) above sea level. Just over 30 years old, this tiny Himalayan city was built by the late king Jigme Dorje Wangchuk in order to replace the ancient capital of Punakha. Quiet and peaceful with its streets lined with traditional shop fronts. Beautiful textiles in wool, silver jewelry, thangkas and other traditional crafts of the kingdom are available in various Handicrafts Emporiums.

Paro, the winter capital of Bhutan, is 52 km far away from Thimphu. With patchwork fields, willow glades, murmuring trout filled streams and scattered hamlets, Paro is the most attractive of Bhutan’s valleys. Bursting with colour and tradition, this tiny town is overlooked by a dramatic Dzong, while hamlets and isolated farms dot the countryside. The houses here are considered to be among the most beautiful in the country.

Located at an altitude of 4430 ft above sea level, Punakha had once been the winter capital of Bhutan. It is still being used as the winter home to Bhutan’s spiritual leader and the monks of Thimphu and Paro. Blessed with temperate climate and fed by Pho-Chu (male) and Mochu (female) rivers, it is the most fertile valley and best red rice grower in the kingdom. During a clear weather one can have a splendid view of the distant Himalayan snow capped peaks at Docha La (pass) on Thimphu-Punakha road. It takes about two and half hours to reach from Thimphu.

The valleys of Trongsa and Bumthang are separated by Yutola pass. Bumthang has its own unique geographical feature that separates it from all other regions. Composed of four smaller valleys, the deeply spiritual region of Bumthang is shrouded in religious legend. The valley is home to sacred Jampa and Kurjey monasteries. Bumthang is also the traditional home to the great Buddhist teacher Pema Lingpa to whom the present monarchy traces its central lineage. Tsechu festival in Bumthang is one of the most popular festivals in Bhutan.

Wangdue Phodrang:
This is the last town on the highway before entering central Bhutan. Sitting on the top of a hill, the formidable Dzong is the town’s most visible features. In the 17th century, Wangdue played a crucial role in unifying western, central and southern Bhutan. The town itself is little more than an enlarged village with well-provided shops and hotels. The road from Wangdue to Trongsa is one of the prettiest in Bhutan passing through streams forest and villages before climbing the Pelela Pass on the Black Mountain ranges into the Trongsa valley. South of the highway is the Gangtey Gompa, an old monastery dating from the 17th century.


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