Hikes in Thimphu

Exploring Thimphu: A Hiker’s Paradise

Thimphu, the capital city of Bhutan, offers a myriad of hiking trails that cater to both seasoned trekkers and leisurely strollers. Renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, pristine forests, and cultural richness, Thimphu is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts seeking adventure and tranquility alike.

The below are the few hiking trails around Thimphu.

Hike to Tango Monastery

Hike to Cheri Monastery

Changangkha – Kuenselphodrang – Debsi trail

Wangditse Loop

Lungchutse Hike

Hike to Drodedra Monastery

Phajoding Monastery Hike

A day Trek to Jimilangtso

Chokhortse Hike





Thimphu is the Capital City of Bhutan since 1960. Popular for being the  only city in the world without traffic lights, Thimphu Valley  lies at an elevation of 7600 ft and ..



Paro is one of the western most districts of Bhutan and is famous for red rice. In addition, the first and only international airport of Bhutan is also located in Paro…



Opened to tourism only in the year 2002, Haa features the  diversity of culture, legends and shamanistic rituals. The valley is also a paradise for nature lovers..

Punakha Dzong


A fertile valley with  temperate climate, Punakha served as old capital till 1955. It still serves as the winter seat of the monk body. River rafting is popular here both …..



Wangduephodrang district, popularly known as simply Wangdue is adjacent to Punakha. the main towns of these districts are approximately 10 km apart….. 

Gasa Dzong


Gasa is the northernmost district of the Western Bhutan and is the least populated one. The recent road connection to this place is increasing its popularity amongst.

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