Suggested Length: 15 days/14 nights

Starts From: $5500 per person

Country: Bhutan

The Nabji Trail is an ideal post-harvest/winter trekking set out in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park (JSWNP), a park with an ecological rich environment. The park, located in central Bhutan, is also home to several culturally rich agricultural villages. The trail is a six-day low-altitude trek (between 693m/2,310ft and 1,636m/5,453ft) through six different villages located inside the park. Starting point Riotala (1,060m/3,533ft) and final destination Tongtongphey (1,061m/3,537ft) are two small villages along the Trongsa-Zhemgang road, situated in the buffer area of the park at the east side of the Mangde Chhu (river).