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Trekking In Bhutan
Trekking in Bhutan provides an opportunity to experience its well-conserved and pristine natural environment. Trail meanders through green meadows, yak grazing lands, mountains and valleys adorned with tall rhododendron trees bursting with pink and red flowers. This is where you will find hairy yaks graze; elusive blue sheep and takins galloping on mountain slopes. You will also pass through the villages of nomadic yak herders and be captivated by their closet rustic lifestyle. As mountains in Bhutan are considered abode of deities and home for legendary yeti – hence they remain unconquered. You will be captivated by the breathtaking views of some of the highest unclimbed peaks in the world.
Trekking offers an opportunity to witness stunning views of unclimbed snow-capped mountains. Whether you are looking for a glimpse of the Himalayas or long treks, we have it all for you. Our short treks offer an insight to the Himalayas within a short span of time and long arduous treks befit true adventure seekers. All these treks go over prayer flag festooned scenic passes, which are as high as 5000 meters. Bhutan offers the most unique ways of trekking in the Himalayas.
Top featured treks of 2020
- Remote region in Eastern Bhutan
- Unique & fascinating culture
- Village of Merak & Sakteng
- View of Mt. Kanchenjonga of Sikkim
- Haa Valley
- Kung Karpo at an altitude of 4455m
- Semi-nomadic village of Laya
- Runs along the Tibetan border
- Views of Mount Jomolhari & Jichu Drake
This 30-day arduous trek is billed as the most difficult trek in the world by the Red Bull. You will cross 11 high passes, walk for 16km daily and sleep at more than 5000m.
DEPARTURE DATE : 15 SEPT -15 OCT, 2020
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Along with trek, you must also consider exploring our rich culture, arts, architecture and peoples’ way of life. Contact us to customize your trip.