Druk Path Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. It is a short and scenic trek with some great views and beautiful lakes en route. Although it leads up to altitudes above 4,000m it is not too strenuous as walking distances between the camps are not too long. Besides the lakes, it is the Phadjoding monastery that is one of the highlights of this trek.

Trek Dates

  • Paro to Paro Airport
  • Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights
  • Dates are Flexible as per group or Individuals preference
  • or 7th to 14th April
  • or 9th to 16th November

Approx Temperatures

  • Day time: 10°C to 15°C
  • Morning/night: -5°C to 5°C

Trek Facts

  • Max. Elevation: 4,200m
    Highest Camp: 4,110m
    Standard: Easy to medium
    Best Seasons: March to June & September to November
    Start: National Museum in Paro
    Finish: Mothitang (Thimphu)


  • Beautiful Lakes
  • Phajoding Monastery
  • Tiger’s Nest
To know more about Bhutan, its culture and what to expect, read the following articles

Trek Itinerary

Terms & Conditions

1. Stay: Stay at Thimphu on the last day of the trek is  included in the trek fee.

2. Transport: Transport from Thimpu to Paro is arranged by us at no extra cost. Transport is arranged in Sumo kind of vehicles. A vehicle carries 5-7 people. Sometimes the number of people in a vehicle can be even 4 or 8.  cost. Roads & Journeys  only arranges the vehicle pick up and is not responsible for any issues during transport.

3. Pick-up: Participants are picked up from the Hotel in Thimphu.  Most participants opt for the Roads & Journeys pick up and we assume the same in your case. In case you do not want the Roads & Journeys  pick up you will have to make your own travel arrangements.

Read Essentials to know more details. 
In case you want a customized trip, a cultural tour instead of the Druk Path Trek, do write to us and we will send you an alternate itinerary. 

Trek Fee: ₹40,000

"Had the time of my life. It is kinda addictive. I have to go for one trek every year now! Go for it without a second thought. what are you waiting for?"
Divya P


Traveler. Adventurer. Nomad