Blessing Journey to Discover The Nabji Trail

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11 Days

The Nabji Trail is an ideal post-harvest/winter trekking open from October up to the end of March. The trail is set out in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, a park with an ecological rich environment. The park, located in central Bhutan, is also home to several cultural rich agricultural villages. The trail is a six-day low-altitude trek (between 693m/23100ft and 1,636m/5453ft) through six different villages located inside the park. Starting point Riotala (1060m/3533ft) and final destination Tongtongphey (1061m/3537ft) are two small villages along the Trongsa-Zhemgang road, situated in the buffer area of the park at the east side of the Mangde Chhu (river).

Day 1: Arrival at Paro and Drive to Thimphu
Day 2: Thimphu – Punakha
Day 3: Punakha – Trongsa
Day 4: Trongsa – Nimshong Village (3-4 Hours walk)
Day 5: Nimshong Village to Nabji (4-6 Hours walk)
Day 6: Nabji to Korphu Village (4-5 Hours walk)
Day 7: Korphu to Kubdra Village (5-7 Hours walk)
Day 8: Kubdra to Jangbi Village (5-6 Hours walk)
Day 9: Jangbi to Trongsa (3-4 Hours walk)
Day 10: Trongsa to Paro
Day 11: Departure from Paro