The Gasa Hot Spring Trek is one of the simpler and shorter treks in Bhutan. As it lies at a low elevation and on a decent path corresponding to and above the Mo Chhu. The path associates the Tsachu from Tashitang street head in one day and afterward leads towards Damji. Gasa Hot Spring Trek is just a three-day trek. Despite the fact that the elevation contrast between the beginning and finishing point is insignificant, there is some up and downhill walk on the way that can make this a bit more strenuous than it first seems. Nonetheless, the unwinding at the Tsachu and the perspectives and a visit to Gasa Dzong is completely fulfilling.
Hot Spring in Bhutan
The beautiful hot springs lie underneath Gasa Dzong (2760 m). Furthermore, it is an old shipping lane to Tibet at a height of 2220 m, one of the bigger and most accessible destinations. The Bhutanese visit these springs primarily for clinical reasons. Over the most recent few years, the site has grown hugely with new showers. The boiling water is diverted and isolated among five concrete-walled pools. Each spring draws in excess of 7000 guests every year. In earlier days animals also used these springs however, it is prohibited now.
It is likewise possible to get to the trekking trail of the Gasa Hot Spring Trek with a drive from Punakha. It is a lovely valley going north on a dusty or sloppy street, right to Gasa Dzong. Most of the way along the path you will see Yambesa on the privilege at the head of the slope. It is a noteworthy Chorten, prominently famous as the Khamsum Yuley Namgyel. A major stone entryway denotes the passageway to the Jigme Dorji National Park. Close by is a fenced knoll and camp held for nature clubs and school gatherings.
After the drive of 1.5 hrs, the road reaches Tashithang (1600 m), the old beginning point of the trip. The dirt road now moves to the town of Damji (2250 m), bypassing the town of Kabina (1860 m). The street can be incompletely out of utilization, particularly after precipitation. In mid-year, the Punakha valley looks exceptionally delightful with a warm and lovely atmosphere.
Name: Gasa Hot Spring Trek
Duration: 12 Days
Max. Altitude: 3,120m(The Tiger Nest Monastery)
Best Season: September to November and March to May
Meal: Full board (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
Transportation: Private car, van