BHUTAN - A TREKKER'S PARADISE

Bhutan is popularly known for some of the highest Mountains in the world. Many visitors call our country a Himalayan foothill. The country has various trekking spot and we have never failed to impress the visitors. 

The scenery in Bhutan involves alpine views, pristine mountain lakes, glaciers and some of the world’s most endangered species in the Himalayan Mountains. Trekking in Bhutan can offer crystal clear air and magnificent alpine views.

We have got you a list of treks:

JHOMOLHARI TREK

Your trek will start with some sightseeing and pre-acclimatisation hikes in Paro (including a hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest monastery before setting off on the trek.  Climbing to over 4000m and traversing through meadows and deep valleys, it will take over the course of 8 days up to the base camp of Mount Jomolhari. On the way, you will get to see traditional Bhutanese yak herders and some remote settlements.  You can also visit Lingshi, which is a remote mountain village over a high pass beyond the base camp.  End the trek at Bhutan’s bustling capital, Thimphu, with its many interesting museums and temples. You will get some time to explore the sights of the capital before returning to Paro to fly out.

Note that there are restrictions on the issue of permits for this trek for some nationalities, so please check with us to see if we are able to arrange this for you – if not we are happy to suggest an alternative.

DAGALA TREK

Start your tour with some sightseeing in Paro, including a hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest monastery – the highlight of any trip to Bhutan.  Then you can set off on the trek. The Dagala Thousand Lakes trek takes you over the course of 5 days, climbing through remote valleys and past high altitude mountain lakes with splendid views of Himalayan peaks. At the end of the trek, you will arrive in Thimphu, where you can spend some time sightseeing before returning to Paro to fly out.

DRUK PATH TREK

Start your tour with some sightseeing in Paro, including a hike to the famous Tiger’s Nest monastery – the highlight of any trip to Bhutan. Then you can set off on the Druk Path trek which takes you over the course of 4 days starting from Paro and climbing through remote valleys and past mountain lakes to Bhutan’s bustling capital, Thimphu, with its many interesting museums and temples.  You will have some time for sightseeing in the capital before returning to Paro to fly out.

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You can customise the itinerary based on your requirements so please contact us and we will provide you with detailed itinerary