Trekking name : <Introductory course> Bumda 
trekking days : 2 nights 2 day 
trekking area : western 
trekking start point : paro 
trekking end point : paro 
highest elevation : 3,800 m 
lowest elevation : 2,250 m 
optimum time : year-round 
course points : It is a popular trek for travelers as the newest trek course in Bhutan. One thing that can be done from a minimum of 2 days a night, and one that you can easily go by the customer and the guide without taking a horse for carrying luggage is also one of the popular. At Bunda, the campsite, you will find tented huts, toilets, water supply and other facilities, and you do not need to bring a sleeping bag. In Bunda, you can go hiking in the surrounding area or go to temples for a whole day. On the other hand, on the other route, it will be a course that will return to Paro via Taktsang Monastery, and it will be a trek course between Bunda and Taktsang Monastery, and it will be a popular trekking course year after year on Dek Pas trek. If you are blessed with weather conditions, you can also look at the high peaks of the Himalayas. It is a pleasant and enjoyable content, so if you’re sightseeing, it’s a great choice for anyone who says “Tekking too, so it’s also trekking.”

Trekking schedule Starting point End point distance time Camp site (altitude)
First day Sanchen-Chokoru 
(Sangchen Chokhor)
Bumuda 
(Bumdra)
—– 4 to 6 hours Bumda 
(3,800 m)
the 2nd day Bumuda 
(Bumdra)
Downhill via Taktsang Monastery. —– 4 to 5 hours —–

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