Trekking in Bhutan is very different from other parts of Himalayas. Here it is for serious trekking adventures as the trekking ranges from low altitude (9,500 ft) to medium (10,500 ft) to very high (16,000 ft). A trek through the country side opens up vistas of the sub-tropical forest over high alpine passes and broad valleys with impressive Dzongs, and colorful painted houses, scattered all over the landscape. With exotic flora and fauna not seen anywhere else in the world.
In Bhutan trekking is for the true adventurer as the treks can be long a demanding with incredible beauty, clean unspoiled trails and bracing mountain air offers the trekker an exhilarating and memorable experience!
Treks range from short excursions, with easy walking to enjoy the flora, fauna, culture and scenic beauty, to the most challenging treks in the entire Himalayas.
This intimate wilderness trek offers a variety of trekking conditions, including farmlands, and alpine pasturelands.
Following the ancient high-level route between Paro and the capital Thimpu, the Druk Path is an excellent short trek.
This trek heads northwest from Paro, offering a great variety of trekking conditions, from picturesque farmland