Nestled within the Eastern Himalaya, Bhutan is a beautiful country, stretching from foothills comprising of several hillocks to high mountains, including Gangkar Punsum (7,541 m) the highest un-climbed mountain in the world and several other climbed and un-climbed peaks of more than 7,000 m high.
Trekking provides opportunity to walk through the dense forests, deep valleys to breath-taking alpine landscape and overwhelming views of the Himalayas, intercepted with fluttering of prayer flags at passes. There is no better way than trekking in Bhutan to enjoy beautiful landscape, its flora and fauna and also trek through some of the remotest villages of Bhutan.
There are varieties of treks stretching from relatively shorter and easier treks such as DrukPath Trek to moderate trek (Jhomolhari trek) to hardest trek of Snowman Trek passing through more than 10 passes and lying between altitude of 3500 meters and more than 5000 meters. As such the trekking season also varies according to trek routes.
The trekkers are very well looked and cared after by experienced trekking guides and team. Trekker don’t have to worry regarding carrying luggage and lunch as all these logistics will be arranged accordingly. Please refer to our trekking tour packages…