Trekking Himalayas
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Trekking In Bhutan

Bhutan has recently garnered international recognition for the thrilling trekking and adventure experiences it offers to anyone who travels to the country. With borders reopening on the 23rd of September 2022, trekking in Bhutan can now finally be struck off your bucket list. 
 
Trekking in Bhutan has secured its standing as one of the best adventures to be experienced in the world. Bear Grylls, the famous adventurer and survivalist listed Bhutan as one of the top 10 adventure travel destinations in the world. Furthermore, trekking adventures such as the Snowman Trek, Tour of the Dragon, Snowman run, and Tergola Trek are acclaimed by Lonely Planet, Times Magazine, Forbes and CNN among many other unique trekking experiences in Bhutan. The historic Trans Bhutan Trail is also seeing grand recognition since it is open once again to be explored after almost 60 years in cessation.
 
Bhutan is a land of adventure, history, wonder and mysticism and Trekking in Bhutan unites all these facets seamlessly.

Short Duration Treks

Trek amidst the picturesque lakes with stunning views of the highest Himalayan ranges including Mount Everest in Nepal, Jumolhari, Masanggang, Jichu Drake and Tiger Mountain in Bhutan.

The most popular short duration trek in Bhutan. Explore the clear turquoise lakes and yak herder’s camps with splendid views of the Himalaya including Mount Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and Gangkar Puensum.

This trek is also known as Jumolhari Trek II, Yaksa Trek or the Jumolhari Loop. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jumolhari from the base camp. Break fast against the majestic Mount Jumolhari.

Looking to travel off the beaten track? The Nub Tshonapata Trek is an unexplored gem. The unique trek passes through the hidden mountains of Haa in western Bhutan.

New Trek Discoveries

We are excited to announce the new treks discovered by our team. These treks have remained mysteriously hidden from the outside world, a treasure trove that  even locals have not explored.  Be among the first to trek these newly discovered gems.

Mount-Jumolhari
Trekking in Bhutan
golden langur in eastern Bhutan
Punakha-Valley
Merak & Sakteng

Why Travel with Trekking In Bhutan?

Top-notch service

We prepare well thought out itineraries, provide hotels with good ambience, comfortable cars and experienced tour guides.

Highly customised trips

We prepare your itinerary in coordination with local experts and tailor it as per your personal interest and time frame.

Great financial security

As tourism in Bhutan is highly regulated by the government, it controls your payment and ensures that trip has been carried out successfully.

Responsible tourism

Our policies and practices ensure that all our tours are undertaken in a way that is socially and culturally acceptable and environmentally friendly.