Picturesque glacial valley
Land of Festivals
Rich biodiversity
Explore beautiful valleys
Faces of Bhutan
Black-necked cranes in Phobjikha
Nomadic way of life
Tourists arrive at Paro International Airport
Explore the trail less trodden
Paro International Airport
Unique architecture
Trekkers paradise
Whitewater rafting
Thimphu valley
Biking in the Himalayas

Nomadic-Tour to Damji & Gasa Village/ Hot Spring Getaway (A Day Trip)

maebar gasa damjiDrive 3 hours north through the countryside & wild orchid forest to Gasa. This beautiful region is inhabited by the Layaps, nomadic herders with a unique culture. Their main sources revenue come from trading products made from their yaks, such as yak hair textiles, cheese, butter and yak meat . Gasa is also one of the least visited places in the country except by the trekkers.

Walk around Damji village/ This village is popular for bird watching

Visit Gasa Dzong (ancient fortress) and have lunch in the village at a farmer’s house. Gasa village is also known for their friendly nature & hospitality. (Try to participate in a small cooking class at the farmer’s house on preparing local delicacy like Ema datsi & Jasha Maru)

Walking tour around Gasa village, talk to villagers, farmers and school children and visit their farm fields.

On the way back soak yourself in Gasa Hot-spring the most popular hotspring in the kingdom.

In evening, drive back to Punakha and time at your leisure. Overnight Wangdue & Punakha (Alt; 1240m)

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