Bhutan is one of the best counties for Golden Mahseer Fishing due a commitment to conservation, hence lending itself to some of the best habitat for Golden Mahseer fly fishing in the Himalayas.
Day 1: Paro’s dramatic Himalayan landing, traditional airport terminals are followed by meeting-up with your hosts and a 4-hr journey driving over Bhutan’s Dochula pass (just over 10,000 ft.) before descending into the picturesque Punakha valley that very same day.
End the day with a visit the Punakha Dzong at the edge of the Jigme Dorji National Park. Welcome to Bhutan!
Day 2: Journey to Tongsa after a morning fishing session in Punakha. Visit the monastery with your knowledgeable hosts before returning to your hotel for a good night’s rest.
Day 3: Depart early in order to get the Golden Mahseer fishing at Timgtibi (lunch time). Begin fishing in exclusive Golden Mahseer waters.
Bhutan’s mighty Drangme Chhu river is one of the best places for Golden Mahseer fishing. Moreover, it enriches Bhutan’s prestigious, Royal Manas national park draining eastern-Bhutan as it is met by a host of Golden Mahseer migration rivers.
The lakh of dams so far, follows unobstructed migration and un-fragmented Golden Mahseer populations. Hence, promising a future of healthy genetic exchange. In addition, the ancient land of Bhutan is a fascinating place to inspire yourself with new possibilities through the lens of Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage.
Finally, end your fishing adventure in north-eastern India before flying back home.
Drive (6-7hrs) to via Gelephu (Bhutan India Border & Immigration Check Point) ***anglers MUST have an eVisa/Visa to enter India before driving toward Guwahati India to board your flight back home.
Fly Fishing in Bhutan is not for the faint of heart. Moreover, the nation’s head-waters also come together offering anglers a host river-fishing possibilities for the iconic Golden Mahseer that also symbolizes “Bhutan’s elite fish”.
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