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The Samtengang Trek is a moderate 4-day hike exploring some of the beautiful forests, many remote historical and religious sites, and isolated villages in and around the area. The trek begins from Wangdi and ends at Wangdi. Its an easy trek and can be done all year round.
Punakha Pick and Drop.
Starts in Wangdi and ends at Wangdi.
45 km from the starting point to the end Point.
This is a new trek introduced recently
After passing majestic Punakha Dzong you cross a footbridge over the Pho Chhu and walk up to Shengana. This is the longest bridge in Bhutan. You then climb gradually through the forest until you reach Limukha. Make sure you are carrying enough water as you won’t find any on the way to Limukha.
The second day of the Trek. The path leads through rhododendron and oak forests to Chhungsakha. Chungsakha is a small village of about 10 houses. You’ll find a holy stone and an impressive Cyprus tree here that are reminders of Drukpa Kuenley, the “divine madman”.
Last day of the trek. You walk downhill until you cross Pe Chhu before climbing again through the village of Sha on your way to Samtengang. Near the school in Samtengang you will see a small lake and your campsite is right next to it.
The Trek takes about 2 hours from Samtengang to the road point. Our team will be waiting at the road point and drive you to Thimphu. If time permits visit Trashi Chhodzong and simply Bhutan museam. The museam depicts the daily life of Bhutanese locals. Overnight at Hotel.
The trek includes the following services.