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Bhutan is famous for its fascinating Buddhist culture, stunning architecture and delightful people. It is also home to some brilliant trekking, with their northern border formed by the natural barrier of the high Himalayan Range. South of the range, the mid hills provide fantastic walking with incredible views to snow capped peaks while trekking through gorgeous terraced fields, lush forests or the high alpine landscape.

We have put together a range of treks to suit different time frames and activity levels. All trekking in Bhutan is at high altitude and we take this very seriously! We ensure your safety while also helping you have the most amazing trekking experience possible. We have listed only four Bhutanese treks on the website, so if you have a different trek or Bhutanese adventure in mind please contact us and we will be delighted to help you make it happen!
On this 8 day tour you will explore Paro and Thimphu and complete a stunning 4 day trek on the ancient route between them.

Departure: Paro
Duration: 8 Days
Best season: October - December; March - May
Grade: Moderate

This 14 day tour is an incredible combination designed to give you clear insights into life in Bhutan – the major sites and an intense 9 day trek to Jhomolhari Base Camp!

Departure: Paro
Duration: 14 Days
Best season: October - November; April - May
Grade: Strenuous

9 days to explore Paro and Thimphu plus a stunning 5 day trek in the Thimphu district.

Departure: Paro
Duration: 9 Days
Best season: October - December; March - May
Grade: Moderate

This trek starts at Paro, following the Pachu (Paro River) upstream literally to its source. We pass through scattered hamlets and farmland into a deep and richly forested valley, which leads us up to high alpine pastures where yak herders graze their animals. The views of Mt. Jumolhari and the adjoining range along with the diverse landscapes we trek through make this a truly sensational trek.

Departure: Paro
Duration: 11 Days
Best season: October - November; April - May
Grade: Strenuous

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