Chele la Nature Trek Bhutan Overview
The Chele La Trek is a popular trekking route in Bhutan, a total of 12 days, which takes you all the way up to the Chele La pass (3700 meters).
The trekking trail goes through the forest filled with blooming primula plants, dense rhododendron trees, steep ascents and descents crossing several villages and towns of Bhutan.
We come across several monasteries, will see stunning landscapes, lush green forest, a peaceful environment, and spectacular and eye-catching views of Mount Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and Tsherimgang mountains.
Rated as moderate level in trip grade, 3-4 hrs of minimum walk every day is required for the trek, nevertheless, first-timers can also enjoy the trek with proper guidance.
Shortly after you land at Paro, you go sightseeing. The next day you drive to Chonana followed by Jebkarpo, Lower Mingula, Thong, Thimpu, Punakha or Wangdiphodrang, and finally back to Paro. Lastly, you take a connecting flight back to your home.
Note: Nepal runs a couple of regular flights on a daily basis is the easiest route to Bhutan, hence you can extend and enjoy a couple of days by exploring Nepal too. Check out our Nepal Bhutan Tour Packages.