Trekking in Bhutan can be one of the best way to taste the exotic mountains and landscapes of Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. The rugged terrain passing through the stunning array of mountains and valleys and sightings of world's rarest flora and fauna in a totally unspoiled environment gives a unique impression to the travelers. Predominantely Buddhist, the exotic culture and architecture of Bhutan can be something to marvel at during the trek.
Bhutan trek is highly exclusive with only a handful of walkers joining the nomadic yak herders and local villagers on the trails. It is also a haven for Eco-tourists. Many regions are still largely unexplored due to strict visitor policy maintained by the government. From a simpler one-day trek to the more robust multi-days trek, Bhutan has adventure-travel activities suiting everyone's interest and personal preferences.
Chele La Pass (3,780m/12,402ft) is one of the highest pass situated in Bhutan.
Chele La Pass trek offers a combining experience of natural and cultural wonders of the region. Dwarf Rhododendrons and many species of Primula are common sighting in the trail. During spring, the fore
Druk path trek features 5 days of cultural and natural highlights of rural Bhutan. One of the finest short treks, the Druk path trek leads from Paro to Thimphu, following the traditional high route.
After an exploration of the Paro Valley, your first day's walk takes you up to the ruined Jeli Dzon
Bumthang is one of the 20 districts comprising Bhutan, containing four mountain valleys of Ura, Chumey, Tang and Choekhor.
Bumthang valley cultural trek starts from Thimpu, passing through several Buddhist villages. The rural trek provides an exceptional opportunity to observe Bumthang’
Lhasa “The Forbidden City” is the spiritual and political capital of Tibet. Former abode of Dalai Lama (Living God for ethnic Tibetans), the city offers authentic religious and cultural experiences.
Lhasa tour via North Everest Base Camp covers a vast tract of anc