Bhutan Trekking is an
experiential journey in the stunning natural beauty and the relatively isolated
nature of Bhutan. The undisturbed and unexplored natural environment and the
fabulous landscape present heaven and an insight into the serenity and beauty
of the wilderness most people only read about. Almost all the trek is renowned for its pristine
natural trail per excellence with a breathtaking range of endless Himalayan landscape.
For the explorer and keen naturalists, there is no better way to unearth an
amazing array of personal experience than on trek.
All the trekking
trails in Bhutan lend itself well for all type of trekkers. From short two days
trek to challenging high altitude trek, there are numerous opportunities to
explore remarkable abundance of flora and fauna, dramatic landscape, virgin glacier
lakes and pristine ecology with snow capped Himalayan mountain peaks, wreathed
in silent dignity and with a timeless, meditative quality to their stillness. All
come together to make your trekking trail more than special, regardless of your
experiences and skills.
Many of the hard and arduous
long treks like Jomolhari Trek [I & II], Laya Gasa Trek, Snowman Trek [I &
II], Masagang Trek, Druk Path Trek, Dagala Trek, and Wild East Rodungla Trek, continually
winds through high altitudes and teasingly close to the snowlines are
physically challenging. A good level of fitness and stamina is required to
complete and enjoy the trek.
During the trek,
trekkers will be shouldering a rather light backpack to carry personal essentials,
rest of the equipments - which should not be exceed more than 15kg will be carried
by ponies and yaks. Trekkers will be accompanied by trekking guide, camp chef, trek
assistance and horseman. You will be
accommodated in two-person tents equipped with camp mattress, camp pillows, and
hot water bottle and fleece blankets.
Choose from our range
of trekking packages and tailor a tour program any way you want to create a
personalized or group trip to the kingdom’s heartland.
Read Before You Go
Tour Booking Guide