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Gasa Hot Spring Trek

Gasa Hot Spring Trek is an easier trek although it is advisable to connect the walking days and walk up to the hot spring from Tashitang road head in one day. The altitude difference between starting and ending point is small, but several ups and downs on the way can make it more strenuous than it appears initially. However, the relaxation at the hot spring, the views of nature and a visit to Gasa Dzong are absolutely rewarding. Leeches are abundant en route from April to September as the warm and humid climate during this time of the year favors leeches to thrive on Punakha valley.

Note: The trekking tour program does not include the total duration. Please select the trek of your choice and contact us. We will send you the program and duration. You can also combine the trek with the cultural tours. The trek which is less than five nights is the cultural trek that is done with the cultural tours.

Duration: 5 days

Maximum Elevation: 2430m
Highest Camp: 2250m
Standard: Easy
Best Seasons: February-March & October-December
Start: Tashitang, Punakha
Finish: Tashitang Punakha

Day 1: Tashithang-Damji

(Distance: 16km, duration: 5-6 hours, ascent: 870m, descent: 250m, camp altitude: 2250m).

The trek starts from Tashithang village by the riverside, following first the feeder road and then a well-made path through semi tropical forest. This part of the area is quite wet and one has to be careful of leeches. Flower lovers will find abundant wild orchids here. The day’s walk is fairly gentle climbing up to Damji village.

Day 2: Damji – Gasa Tsachu

(Distance: 16km, duration: 4-5 hours, ascent: 470m, descent: 480m, camp altitude: 2240m).

The path continues through sub-tropical forests and villages up to Gasa hot spring. You can enjoy the stunning views of the Gasa Dzong on the way. Due to their well-known curative properties the hot springs are very popular amongst the Bhutanese. The place is usually crowded especially in December.

Day 3: A Day at Gasa Tsachu

You can either laze around in the hot spring or take a pack lunch and climb about two hours to visit Gasa village and the Dzong.