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To give you an idea of what type of tours are available to you, please go through some of our suggested treks.  To view a detailed itinerary, click on the summary of the tour.​  Please note that you can feel free to crop and change any of these tours to suit your Bhutan travel preference. 

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The Druk Path Trek is a moderate, six-day trek, with options for making it shorter by doing only half the trek.  This popular trek offers beautiful views as you cross the chain of mountains that separate the Paro and Thimphu valleys. This route is also famous for its spectacular rhododendron forests and wonderful high altitude lakes.


The beautiful Jomolhari Trek highlights the great diversity that the Bhutanese landscape has to offer. Thick pine forests, scattered hamlets and alpine meadows that lead to the high pastureland where yak herders graze their animals. Highlights include the fabulous views of snow-capped mountains such as Mt. Jomolhari and Mt. Jichu Drake and camping overnight at the base of Mt Jomolhari. It is a difficult route attaining a maximum altitude of 15,114 ft, and requires trekkers to have very good physical fitness. 

samtengang trek - suspension footbridge


This low altitude overnight trek is a great option if you are looking for a bit of adventure in the winter months but aren’t necessarily an experienced trekker. The trek can be adapted to suit different time frames.

The trek begins in Punakha at the country's longest suspension foot bridge. The ascent takes you through beautiful rhododendron and oak forests and tiny villages where you’ll interact with locals who rarely, if ever, see tourists.  Your personal guide and the trekking guide will be on hand throughout to give you information on the flora and fauna and the local area.

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