Bhutanese people have been walking for centuries. The Kingdom’s first motor road was built in 1962. Though roads have quadrupled and multiplied, Bhutan is still a ‘walking nation’. The beauty is that all the old trade routes and trails are still reasonably intact and in use. Some of the country’s stunning flora and fauna are found along these trails; the three-week Snowman trek (one of the world’s hardest) blazes through 356 km of uninhibited raw nature as high as 7000 m; spectacular and demanding but never dull. It traverses through the domains of sacred turquoise lakes, snow leopards, blue sheep, and blue poppies, amongst others. Invariably, the trek is for the seasoned trekker. However, there are plenty of other trekking routes, equally rich and fascinating. The Druk path (Thimphu-Paro or vice-versa) or the shorter two/three-day treks and cultural day-trip explorations have their own enlivening charms.
Druk Path Trek
DRUK PATH TREK 8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS TREKKING OVERVIEW itinerary DETAILS GALLERY BOOK NOW
SINCHULA TREK 4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS TREKKING OVERVIEW itinerary DETAILS GALLERY BOOK NOW OVERVIEW
JOMOLHARI TREK 11 DAYS / 10 NIGHTS CULTURE OVERVIEW itinerary DETAILS GALLERY BOOK NOW OVERVIEW
Snowman Trek Most Challenging Trek 25 DAYS / 24 NIGHTS CULTURE OVERVIEW itinerary DETAILS GALLERY
Laya Gasa Trek
LAYA GASA TREK 14 DAYS / 13 NIGHTS CULTURE OVERVIEW itinerary DETAILS GALLERY BOOK NOW