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  • Day 01

    Arrive at Paro Airport (7,000ft)

  • Day 02

    Day of rest and acclimatization.

  • Day 03

    Five hour drive to Tashithang

  • Day 04

    the high agriculture benches above the Mo Chu

  • Day 05

    The trail runs through the villages, fields, oak and pine forests.

  • Day 06

    Visit the Gasa Hot Spring (Tshachu)

  • Day 07

    trek to Geon Damji camp

  • Day 08

    Drive to Wangdue.

  • Day 09

    Drive to Punakha and view the unique Punakha Dzong.

  • Day 10

    Visit Ta Dzong, the watchtower that houses the National Museum

  • Day 11

    drive to Paro for departure

  • 01 Day

    Arrive at Paro Airport (7,000ft) where the representative will receive you and drive to the hotel.

  • 02 Day
    Rest Day

    Day of rest and acclimatization. Sightseeing includes visit to the National Library, Memorial Chorten, Zelukha Nunnery and Handicraft Emporium.

  • 03 Day
    Drive to Tashithang

    The drive to Tashithang takes five hours and passes over Dochula Pass where one gets a panoramic view of the Himalayas. Drive to Punakha and visit Punakha Dzong. Drive to Tashithang. Overnight in camp.

  • 04 Day
    First day’s trail

    The first day’s trail goes through the high agriculture benches above the Mo Chu (Mo Chu means female river) into a lush semi-tropical gorge filled with banana trees. Overnight in camp. Altitude. 7,480ft / 2,280m. Distance – 15 Kms.

  • 05 Day
    Second day’s trail

    The trail runs through the villages, fields, oak and pine forests. Overnight in camp. Altitude.7,710 ft / 2,350m. Distance 15 Kms.

  • 06 Day
    Visit the Gasa Hot Spring

    Visit the Gasa Hot Spring (Tshachu). Relax. In the forests near the Hot Spring, one can see the Takin, Bhutan’s national animal, as well as many other species of birds and animals. Overnight in camp.

  • 07 Day
    Geon Damji camp

    After short climb from Gasa hot spring the trail winds through hillsides and villages. Overnight in camp at Geon Damji.

  • 08 Day
    Drive to Wangdue

    The trail descends from the high agriculture benches above the river into a lush semi-tropical gorge filled with banana trees, creepers Your transportation will be there to receive you at Trashithang. Drive to Wangdue. Overnight at Hotel.

  • 09 Day
    Drive to Punakha

    Visit Wangdue town. Drive to Punakha and view the unique Punakha Dzong. The Drive to Paro takes about 4 hours via Dochula pass.

  • 10 Day
    visit the Drugyel Dzong

    In the morning, visit the Drugyel Dzong. On a clear day one can get glimpse of Mount Chhomolhari – Mountain of Goddess (24,000ft). Visit Ta Dzong, the watchtower that houses the National Museum and see also a traditional wooden bridge. Evening stroll around Paro town.

  • 11 Day

    Early morning drive to Paro for departure.

Note: B L D = Breakfast, Lunch;
Please let us know whether you would like to make your itinerary shorter or longer. It can be designed according to your preferences.

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Hello Babu, nice to hear from you again. Hope everything is going well in Nepal. We had a great time during our trek in the Everest Region. Everything was well organized and we were very happy with our guide Raj and our two porters, who were a lot of fun to hang out with and made the trip an unforgettable experience. Attached I am sending you a group-photo that was taken at Gokyo Ri. Ines Best regards from Austria.


Hello Uniquepath, Just a note to thank you, Ganesh and rest of the guys for organising one of the best treks to base camp. It was truly a dream come true. The scenery were unbelievable and people were very hospitable throughout the trek. It was truly a unique path trek as Ganesh made sure we always had different views going up and coming down. The food was excellent and the biscuits even better 🙂 Will definitely be back next year to visit Annapurna circuit. Regards,


Namaste Babu, I have to start by apologizing for not contacting you sooner. This is Eric of Eric, Graham and John who trekked to Annapurna base camp with Raj, Raju and Preem between April 25th and May 4th. We had no idea when we started planning our trip about which company to use. Ten years ago we went with Samrat Travels and I contacted them again for this trip. They were much more expensive than Unique Path. Asking among friends who visit Nepal we were told that you get what you pay for by and large, so that did not take us any further forward. In the end it was more or less a shot in the dark, but you always replied promptly to emails and that made us think we would be alright. So the question is what do we think now, when we are safely back home and recovered from jet-lag and catching up with gardening and painting? We think that we happened upon a superb company! We doubt if there is anyone better in the whole of Nepal! So it is an enormous grateful thank you from all of us for making our trip so enjoyable. When you consider all the problems we were faced with it seems quite amazing that we did everything we set out to do. We were delayed almost three days at the beginning when the ash cloud prevented us from flying for two days and then late arrival in Delhi meant almost a day in the transit lounge. When we finally reached Kathmandu you changed the schedule without fuss and we reached Annapurna base camp on April 30th as originally planned. We had no idea that a general strike was planned for the beginning of May and confused messages began to reach us suggesting that tourists were not affected. We fully expected there to be a minibus to meet us at Nayapul on May 4th. It was a bit of a shock to find that we would have to walk back to Pokhara, but walk back we did and walked to the plane the next day. John suffered some strain in his leg and ended up limping in pain. Despite the strike we still managed the mountain flight on the 6th and our visit to Bhaktapur in the afternoon, wonderful! Thankfully our flight home went according to plan. I will be meeting friends in our local mountaineering club tonight (Thursday) for the first time since our return and I will, without the slightest hesitation, tell them that if they intend to trek in Nepal they should contact Unique Path for the best service. From our arrival at the airport where your sign was easy to spot we had clean new transport, careful drivers, nice accommodation at the Marshyangdi Hotel, careful planning to suit our wants, good service from our porters and our guide Raj and everything happened at the time given. It really could not have been better organized. Thank you all for everything you did. Please feel free to quote any of this email in advertising or in reply to prospective clients. Best wishes to you and all at Unique Path.

Eric MansfieldCanada

Hello Babu Shashi and I had a great time in Nepal.We enjoyed the EBC trek immensely Unique Path,headed by you and all your guides especially Adhikari and all the porters took care of us through out the Trek.When we were hit by the unexpected snow they were very helpful.They managed to get us a helicopter ride so that we could safely come back to Lukla.Throughout the trek Adhikari and rest of your staff took care of us.During our emergency you personally took care of us changing our flights and rearranging our hotel.You also helped us in filing for our insurance claim. We will certainly come back to Nepal and do other treks and will ask you to arrange our trips Thank you.

GuruUnited States


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February to May and September to November are the high seasons in Nepal. In this regards, we need to book hotel, purchase domestic flight tickets and arrange good guide and porter in advance. So we kindly request to confirm your trip an early as possible for the best deal and good trip management.

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Service Includes for Full Board Price

  • Private transportation
  • Necessary Bhutan travel permits
  • English speaking Bhutanese guide and Driver
  • Accommodation on Twin sharing/ Single room basis.
  • Sightseeing and monastery entrance fees as per the itinerary
  • Meal plan: Full Board Basis
  • Bhutan Government Royalty fee ($ 65 per person / per day)
  • Bhutan Visa fee
  • Flight fare for Kathmandu- Paro- Kathmandu or from other destination.

Service Excludes for Full Board Price

  • Insurance of any kind.
  • Additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstance
  • Personal expenses such as drink, guide tips & etc.

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Price range starts from . The price range can increase / decrease according to the services & facilities you want to experience during the trip. We can also create custom package services according to your budget plan.

NOTE: The cost is difference with a number of the participants. For the most up-to-date and latest pricing information, please contact us.


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