The Laya Gasa trekking in Bhutan is sensible trekking routes in Bhutan which includes sightseeing in Paro, Thimphu, Punakha and the adjoining valleys. Bhutan Laya Gasa trekking offers a different variety of Bhutanese landscape and culture and is without doubt one of the largest part beautiful and perfect trekking areas in the complete Himalayas. Bhutan Laya gasa trekking begins at Drugyel Dzong passing during interesting villages, sprinkled hamlets and farmland. shrubbery zones be different from richly forested valleys to high alpine and pastureland where Yak herders look around their animals. Trout fishing in a sky blue lake with wonderful views of three majestic peaks is an motion that can be done on a rest day. You will also meet up rare species like the blue sheep, and with any luck, possibly even the snow leopard! The special culture of the friendly people is charming to familiarity and gives one a sense of being in a actually remote corner from the Bhutan.. first part of the Laya Gasa Trekking goes along the same route as well as Chomolhari Trek right till Lingshi. Besides the memorable views of Mount Chomolhari, the trek offers fantastic views on Jichu Drake, Gangchhenta (Great Tiger Mountain). Between Jangothang and Laya the trail hardly goes below 4,000m and one has good opportunities to spot blue sheep or even takin. Some attractive Bhutanese mountain villages, the exclusive culture and form of the Layaps (people of Laya district) and finally a day of leisure at the Gasa hot springs add to an awfully rewarding trekking knowledge. All in all, the Laya Gasa Trek is well thought-out to be the most attractive trek of Bhutan, only to be compressed by the tough Snowman Trek. Laya is a large remote region in the far northwest of the Gasa district. The roughly 800 people of this area are from a group called Layap, who have their own language, customs and different dress. April to mid June and mid-September to mid- November is the best season for traveling the Bhutan Laya Gasa trekking tour.