If you are looking for a short trek in Bhutan, the Tsaluna trek would be a good choice for you. The trek does not go to high altitude.
Day 1 Arrive Paro from Bangkok, Delhi, Kathmandu, Kolkata, Dacca or Singapore.
Carriers from Bhutan flies these sectors. Visit Paro valley and this will also give you good time for acclimatization.
Day 2 Hike to Taktshang/ Tigers nest monastery
This day is essential for acclimatization and a visit to this monastery is one of the highlights of visiting Bhutan.
Day 3 – Trek Day 1: Paro to Jele Dzong
Today’s trail is a long but fairly gentle ascent. The trek is about 4 hrs till your camp site. You have great views of the Paro valley weather permitting. Camp is at 3536 m.
Day 4 – Trek Day 2: Jele Dzong to Tsaluna
Descend through silver fir, pine, rhododendron and hemlock forest to camp nearby a small river at about 3000 meters. We can also visit Tsalu Ney, a small 14th century temple, where the Guru Rinpoche is said to have meditated. (5 to 6 hours).
Day 5 – Trek Day 3: Tsaluna to Phajoding-Thimphu
Climb to Pumo La at about 3400 metres. About two hours after the pass we will reach Phajoding at 3750 meters where we will camp. Numerous meditation centers and temples are scattered across the hillside and the large buildings of Phajoding monastery. The final day’s trail to Thimphu descends steeply through blue pine forests are drop to Thimphu following the routes to Thimphu. Over night at HOTEL (5 to 6 hours)
Day 6 Thimphu sightseeing
After early breakfast visit largest standing Bhudha Statue over looking thimphu valley. Visit Takin protection center. After lunch visit national heritage museam followed by Tashichhodong the offive of the Kings.
Day 07 See off