is deeply forested and situated in the eastern Himalayas and it is typically mountainous country. Bhutan is separated from Nepal by 88 km wide territory while West Bengal separates Bhutan from Bangladesh. Also, Tibet lies in the north and northwest side, Sikkim lies to the west, West Bengal to the southwest, Assam to the south and southeast, and Arunachal Pradesh to the east. This trek lets you experience some of the most captivating and wondrous areas of Bhutan. Exploration begins with a trek to Taktsang monastery and continues to Drugyal Dzong, Shana Shana, Soi Thangthangkha, Jangothang, Dumzo Dhumzo, Thombu Shong and Shana Zam. One of the popular treks to Bhutan is The Druk Path Treks. Most paths shaped by Druk Path to Bhutan have untouched villages; the scenery around the green forests of oak trees, lakes, rivers, rhododendron, and pine trees. Druk Path Treks to Bhutan will also provide for stimulating and rewarding ways to experience some of the most enchanting scenery. Druk Path Trekking is fairly short trekking in Bhutan. This is a beautiful trekking that starts from Paro and ends in Thimphu. It takes us to an elevation of 4210 m. It is a great picturesque view of a wilderness trail, past several remote beautiful lakes. Magnificent views of towering rugged peaks like Chomolhari (7320 m), Jichu Drake (6900m) and Tshrim Khang, pure villages, rivers, lakes, lush forests of oak, pine, rhododendron and abundant wildlife makes the trek a perfect one. The trek to Chomulhari offers a great variety of trekking conditions, from remote farmland and blue pine forests, to alpine pastureland and magnificent mountain views.