Trekking in Bhutan

Trekking in Bhutan is a wonderful way to experience the charm of inner Himalayas.

All our treks are well planned, accompanied by trained staff who will take care of all the necessities and make sure that you enjoy trekking in Bhutan. With large assortment of trekking supplies and crew, you will trek through wild and verdant forests with abundant birds and animal lives,

across high passes against the back drop of towering snow- capped mountains and along ice-fed gushing streams.

The trails are clean and unspoiled, and the wilderness still pristine in its natural beauty. The scope for trekking in Bhutan is enormous – from short three days to 23 days arduous trek, we have trekking itineraries to suite aptitudes of every trekkers. High altitude treks like Jumolhari Trek, Laya Gasa Trek and Druk Path Trek going over 5000m plus would befit your adventurous mind. And high altitude Snowman Trek, which is billed as one of the most difficult treks in the world will quench your alpine quests. Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek runs through many high altitude shimmering lakes.

Famous Trekking Destinations


Jumolhari trek is the most enchanting adventure trek in Bhutan. It offers amazing views of Jumolhari, the 2nd highest mountain in Bhutan.


Laya Gasa Trek, the most beautiful trek in Bhutan offer views of pristine and unspoiled landscapes taking you through gorgeous alpine meadows.


Trek passes through spectacular rhododendron forests, alpine yak pastures and beautiful lakes stocked with snowy mountain trouts.

All our treks in Bhutan are arranged as camping trips – sleeping inside a tent with hot meals cooked by our veteran trekking chef

There are no teahouses or lodges on trek routes for night halts. All treks in Bhutan are being arranged as camping trips. You will sleep inside tents at designated campsites. You will have a trained chef and other assistants at your disposal. At every camp, you will have hot meals cooked by our experienced chef.

You will be supplied delicious food on trek. Toast, egg, tea coffee, biscuits, chocolates, sausages, bacons, fruit juice consist of your breakfast menu. Lunch and dinner will be rice, variety of green vegetables, pork, beef, fish, chicken, dal and fruits. We do not use porters. Horses will carry your trekking supplies and equipment. In the event of snowfall, where horses cannot trot, we use yaks on higher altitudes. A guide, trek chef, assistants and horsemen will accompany you on your trek. Enjoy your captivating trek with our friendly crew and delicious camp meals.

Other Trekking Destinations


Yaksa Trek offers spectacular view of snow-clad mountain chain of the Tibet-Bhutan border and insight into the life of nomadic yak herders.


Trekking amidst the picturesque lakes and meadows, one will also be treated with stunning views of the Himalayan ranges including Kanchenjonga in Sikkim.


Chele La Trek passes through wild and verdant alpine forests offering great views of Paro and Haa valley from the top of prayer flags festooned sky burial (Kung Karpo).


Snowman Trek is one of the most beautiful treks in the whole Himalayas. Billed as the most difficult trek in the world due to altitude, duration and distance.


The trek takes you to the twin villages of Merak and Sakten inhabited by semi-nomadic yak herders with a unique and fascinating culture in the world.


The least explored trek runs through western Bhutan. Breathtaking views of mountains and turquoise colored Tshona Pata Lake are the highlights of this trek.