Trekking


We are blessed indeed with the kind of geographical condition Bhutan has which makes it an ideal place for all types of nature lovers. Trek routes are in abundance in Bhutan starting with short day hikes to almost a month’s duration in the wilderness. The beauty of it is that all routes have something or the other to offer making it all the worthwhile for a day’s hard work for all novice or seasoned trekkers. All trek routes existed when there were no motorable roads in the country. People used to travel with their pack ponies from place to place; it was a form of transportation then. Nowadays, trekkers may sometimes come across cow herders and yak herders alike along the routes which are otherwise mostly used by tourists themselves.

Customised below are some of the most popular trek routes of the country.

Dagala Thousand Lake :	9 nights/ 10 days (5 nights of camping)

Dagala Thousand Lake : 9 nights/ 10 days (5 nights of camping)

Day 01 Arrival in Paro / Check in and rest. Day 02 Paro sightseeing and acclimatization Day 03 Drive to Genekha, the starting point of the trek / to Gur / camp Day 04 Gur – Labatama / camp Day 05 Day Excursion ( halt in Labatama ) / camp...

Jomolhari Trek (round trip) :		9 nights/ 10 days (5 nights of camping)

Jomolhari Trek (round trip) : 9 nights/ 10 days (5 nights of camping)

Day 01 Arrival in Paro / Check in and rest. Day 02 Paro sightseeing and acclimatization Day 03 Drive to Gunitsawa, start trek to Sharna/ camp Day 04 Sharna –Thangthangkha/ camp Day 05 Thangthangkha – Jangothang/ camp Day 06 Jangothang ( halt ) / camp Day 07 Jangothang – Lingshi/...

Druk Path Trek : 9 nights/ 10 days (5 nights of camping)

Druk Path Trek : 9 nights/ 10 days (5 nights of camping)

Day 01 Arrival in Paro / Check in and rest. Day 02 Paro sightseeing and acclimatization Day 03 Paro - Jele dzong / camp Day 04 Jele dzong - Jangchulakha / camp Day 05 Jangchulakha - Jimilangtsho / camp Day 06 Jimilangtsho - Simkota / camp Day 07 Simkota -...