Trekking in Bhutan
Bhutan has some of the best trekking in the world, with breathtaking scenery, a rich Buddhist culture, friendly people, and few other visitors. An exhilarating way to see the beautiful wilderness of the kingdom is to trek! The trails will lead you through a variety of terrain, from lush forests to panoramic mountain passes. You will have a chance to see some traditional villages, and you will likely meet up with some yak herders and spot some of Bhutan's wildlife, such as takings, monkeys, and blue sheep. Trekking in Bhutan is a unique and wonderful experience! You will hike through deep forests, along rushing streams, through typical villages, across high mountain passes, and near rice paddy terraces, encountering blue sheep, a variety of birds, yaks and yak herders, takings, and monkeys.
On our Jumolhari trek you will even have the chance to camp at the base of the second-highest mountain in Bhutan. Imagine waking up to the sun rising over the majestic peak, while breakfast is being prepared for you. If you're up for a challenge, you will enjoy our Laya/Gasa or Jumolhari trek, but if you'd prefer a more moderate trek, Druk Path, or Jumolhari Base Camp trek would be perfect for you. Our team of experts will guide you every step of the way and make sure you have the best experience possible.
Each day you will enjoy 6 to 8 hours of scenic hiking in the peaceful surroundings, followed by a relaxing feast. With our team of experienced guides, you will have an unforgettable adventure. Aside from multi-day treks, there are ample opportunities for day hikes around Thimphu and Paro. See the section on Day hikes around Thimphu for details.