Laya Gasa Trek with cultural tour is a power package of nature and culture. It takes you through the diverse terrain to cater your hunger for mountains and high altitude landscapes. It is an extended version of Chomolhari Trek that showers you with diverse natural beauty in its own pristine attire. The adventure of crossing the high altitude passes, jumping by the rivers, walking through the lush forests and warm farmlands, nothing could be more heart whelming. The 20 days Laya Gasa Trek is not easy but not tough either. It is a moderate kind of trek that requires a bit of endurance for long walks in the high altitude regions.
As you walk along the trail, you will traverse through various ups and downs. You pass through the forests of oak, fir, rhododendron, fern, and mosses to emerge into waterfalls and rivers that are stunningly beautiful. The sparsely populated valleys, hills and mountain villages lets you find peace within the heart. The glacier lakes and hot water springs formed from the mountain water are alluring and you can enjoy the hot water bath at the natural hot spring of Gasa. It is believed to be an ailment for pains and weaknesses in body. The unique ways and lifestyle of people along the way is enlightening and fascinating. The dressing style of women in Laya – women with long hair in the black skirt made up of yak and sheep’s wool with a uniquely pointed bamboo hat is a fascinating thing that you will ever see.
Laya Gasa Trek with cultural tour is an opportunity to visit many architecturally rich monasteries and dzongs of Bhutan built in dramatic and sophisticated location. It is also an opportunity to encounter the rare flora and faunas found only in Himalayan regions. Walking along the isolated pastures and encountering blue sheep, musk deer, Takins or marmots on the way would be an everlasting memory. The Himalayan region of Bhutan is a home to some of the rare animals like snow leopard, Himalayan bear and Yeti.
Join Nepal Hiking Team to make your journey to Bhutan more exciting and auspicious. Trekking to Laya Gasa is open from April – June and September – November. However, the best season to visit Bhutan is April.