The Last Shangri-La

The Last Shangri-La

Get an insight into the cultural differences of east & west Bhutan. Trashigang “The Jewel of the East” spans the easternmost corners of the kingdom, skirting up to the edge of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. The road approaching Mongar is one of the most spectacular journeys in the country. There are countless varieties of rhododendrons here and on clear days you can even catch a glimpse of GangkharPuensum (7541 m), a strong candidate for the world’s highest unclimbed mountain.


  • Day 01| Arrive at SamdrupJongkhar (200m)
  • Day 02| Samdrup Jongkhar -Tashigang: (1151m) 180km/Approx 6hr
  • Day 03| Excursion to Rangjung: 26km/Approx 30min
  • Day 04| Trashigang – Trashiyangtse (1830m): 54km/Approx 1 ½ Hr
  • Day 05| Trashiyangtse – Mongar (1620m): 135km/Approx 5hr
  • Day 06| Excurssion to Lhuntse-Mongar (1524m): 76km/Approx 3hr
  • Day 07| Mongar – Bumthang: 198km/Approx 7hr
  • Day 08| Bumthang Sightseeing (2600 – 4000m)
  • Day 09| Bumthang – Phobjikha (3000m): 125km/Approx 6Hr
  • Day 10| Phobjikha – Punakha (2320m): 78km/Approx 3Hr
  • Day 11| Punakha – Thimphu: 77km/Approx 3Hr
  • Day 12| Thimphu– Paro: 65 Km/ Approx 1.5 Hrs
  • Day 13| Paro Sightseeing 65km/Approx 1.5 Hrs
  • Day 14| Departure

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