Bhutan: A Trekker’s Paradise

Trekking in Bhutan is a unique experience as all routes lead through exotic wilderness crisscrossed by national parks, protected areas and biological corridors in the country. The protected areas system of Bhutan was initiated in late 1960’s, and then covered almost the entire southern and northern regions of the country. In 1993, the parks system was revised for better ecological representation and realistic management. Continue reading

Community Based Tourism Treks

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Merak sakten trek, 14 days(6 days trek)

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Easy Treks

Jambay Temple, Bumthang

Bumthang cultural trek, 13 days(3 days trekking)

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Bumthang Owl trek, 13 days(3 days trekking)

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Moderate Treks

2nd Camp site on Haa Sagala trek

Haa Skyline trek, 10 days(4 days trekking)

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Haa Sagala trek, 8 days(2 days trekking)

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Sunset from Jela Dzong

Dragon Path (Druk Path Trek), 11 days(5 days treks)

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Moderate to Challenging Treks

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Jhomolhari Trek, 15 days(10 Days Trekking)

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Jhomolhari Loop, 13 days(7 Days Trekking)

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Challenging Treks

Laya Village

Beautiful Laya Gasa Trek, 19 days(13 days trek)

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Laya Masagang Trek, 16 days(9 days trek)

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