Haa valley is newly opened trekking destination in Bhutan. In 2002 the Haa Valley, also known as the “Hidden-Land Rice Valley”, was opened to foreign trekkers. On Haa valley trek we will explore this steep north-south valley with a narrow floor where contrary to its name only some rice is grown the main crops being wheat and barley. Visit off the trodden path temples and rural family dwellings. By walking through Haa valley we see and feel its preserved nature as 78% of the land is trees and forests. Cross the Dochula Pass into the Punakha Valley. Walk Western Bhutan is your opportunity to be a part of Bhutan’s best kept secret–its natural treasures.
Haa valley Trek
Day 01Arrive Paro International Airport
Day 02Drive to Thimphu (2-hour drive) capitol of Bhutan.
Day 03Drive to Wangduephodrang across Dochula pass (10,500ft).
Day 04Return to Thimphu in the morning after breakfast.
Day 05Drive to Haa valley from Thimphu through the Confluence in Chuzum .
Day 06Katso to Kalila
Day 07Kalila to Ngoba
Day 08After a leisure breakfast we trek down from Ngoba toward Paro
Day 09Visit tiger nest
Day 10Depart to Paro airport for your Bhutan departure.
The trip cost will vary depending on the number of person in your group, trip duration and standard of services required. Please contact us or send us a quick inquiry with your details to obtain a quote.
Before joining a tour, we recommend you to take a travel insurance which should cover cancellation, medical expenses and emergency repatriation.