Gangtey Gogona Trekking

Gangtey Gogona Trekking is a  moderate trek to the home of black necked cranes in Bhutan who migrate here for winters. This trek of Phobjikha valley at 3000 meters is one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan. It is chosen home of the rare Black-necked cranes who migrate here in winter from Tibetan plateau.

Also the valley of Gangtey is one of the most beautiful places in Bhutan and the Gangtey Gompa monastery is the only Nyingmapa monastery on the western side of the black mountains. The moderate trek visits the village of Gogona and Khotokha, passing through meadows and fields, then forests of juniper, magnolia and rhodendrons. It is one of the finest low level treks in Bhutan.

Duration: 9 Days

Primary activity: Gantey Gogona Trekking

Group size: 1 to 15+ Person

Country: Bhutan

Arrival on: PARO

Meals: Full board food (AP Basis)

Trip Code: TH-BT-TR105

Secondary activity: Paro City Sightseeing

Max-Altitude: 3100m

Departure from: PARO

Trip grade: moderate

Accomodation: 3* Hotels during touring & Camping during trekking.

Best Season

March to June & September to November

Outlined Program

Day 1 Arrive Paro - Thimphu
Day 2 In Thimphu
Day 3 Thimphu to Gangtey (Altitude: 2800 meters above sea level)
Day 4 Trek Start Gangtey to Gogona
Day 5 Gogona to Khothakha
Day 6 Trek End Khothakha to Tika Zampa
Day 7 Punakha to Paro (2280 meters above sea level)
Day 8 In Paro
Day 9 Depart from Paro

Price Includes:

  • Twin or Double sharing Accommodation
  • All meals (AP plan)
  • English speaking Guide & guiding service 
  • Sightseeing Tours by Car, Van or Tourist bus as per group sizes
  • All permit and entrance fees
  • Trekking permit & camping equipment
  • Kitchen and camping crews
  • Bhutan visa fee
  • Tourism Development Fund (TDF)

Price Excludes: 

  • International Airfare
  • Travel and Health Insurance of client
  • Tips for guide and driver
  • Personal beverages during the trip
  • Access baggage charge
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