Beautiful Laya also in popular in different names such as Lingshi Trek or Laya Lingshi trekking is one of the most popular trekking trips in Bhutan. It is one of the frequently organized trekking packages by the Thin Air Adventure team in Bhutan. Laya Lingshi trekking trip is a three week long trekking trip. It is considered to be one of the most scenic, wild and culturally fascinating trekking trips in Bhutan. This is one of the most demanded trekking trips among the clients of Thin Air Adventure as because it is a kind of Bhutan round trip. Moreover, during the trip you will not only explore the capital cities both the old and the newer one, also you will have an opportunity to explore the remote parts of the country. Similarly, you will also have tour the high mountain passes, where you will be amazed with the incredible landscapes, unique culture, rituals of various ethnic groups residing alongside of the trail, ancient arts and architecture, monasteries, scenes and sceneries, diverse flora and fauna and what not all these features have made Laya Lingshi trekking package to be the most demanded by many travelers visiting in Bhutan.
Laya Lingshi trekking trip is also regarded to be one of the most challenging and difficult trips in Bhutan. This trekking trip is challenging as because, it entails of crossing at least four high passes beginning from Paro, airport. The hiking initially leads you to Chomolhari base camp and then climbs over Nyele La pass, the first pass. And then, the trip takes you down to the remote valley called Lingshi, which is said to have resided by Lingshi Dzong along with a dozen of monks, some 500 years ago. Subsequently, the trail takes you to Sinchey La, the highest pass you encounter during the trekking and finally, your trekking trip continues down to mountain village called Laya after exploring of scenic beauty, cultural richness of the area, you continue your journey to Punakha, (the ancient capital city) and then Thimphu, the capital city and after making an excursion all around, you will then return back to Kathmandu.