Trekking in Bhutan is a wonderful way to experience the charm of inner Himalayas. With large assortment of trekking supplies and crew, you will trek through wild and verdant forests with abundant birds and animal lives, across high passes against the back drop of towering snow-capped mountains and along ice-fed gushing streams. The trails are clean and unspoiled, and the wilderness still pristine in its natural beauty.
The scope for trekking in Bhutan is enormous – from short low altitude walks to arduous treks, we have trekking itineraries to suite aptitudes of every trekkers. Our low altitude treks such as Samtengang Trek and Punakha Trek, which normally happens in winters run through typical villages, temperate forests and rice paddy terraces. New 4-day Gangtey Trek runs through nomadic villages, monasteries, forests and valleys and Chele La trek will suffice your botanical curiosity. Gasa Hot Spring Trek takes you to the highest district in the north where you can experience Bhutanese curative hot spring.
High altitude treks like Jumolhari Trek, LayaGasa Trek and Druk Path Trek going over 5000m plus would befit your adventurous mind. And high altitude Snowman Trek, which is billed as one of the most difficult treks in the world will quench your alpine quests. Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek runs through many high altitude shimmering lakes and the Wild East Rodung La Trek traverses from central to eastern Bhutan on traditional mule tracks. All our trekking tours are well planned, accompanied by efficient trained team who will take care of all the necessities and make sure that you enjoy trekking in Bhutan.
Trekking in the Bhutan Himalaya offers you the opportunity to visit rarely visited remote mountainous regions while passing through deep forest and high alpine area. There are views of some of the highest mountains in the Himalaya such as Chomolhari (7,326m), Jitchu Drake (6.970m), Masang Kang (7,194m) and GangkarPunsum (7,541m).We follow trails between a small number of scattered villages only accessible by foot or on horseback and alsotravel along old, disused routes datingfrom period when there was trading between Bhutan and Tibet.