We have been organizing trekking for the last 17 years and know our trekking routes well. If you are thinking of trekking in Bhutan then you can try our service. Our trekking guide and staff have over 15 years of trekking experience and can take good care of you.
Moderate trekking itineraries
This is a moderate four days trek starting from Thimphu and ending in a village in Punakha. It crossed one of the mountain passes where a treaty was signed little over a century ago
Bumthang Owl trek or this three days trek is a short trek passing through the villages of Bumthang. Bumthang owl trek is an interesting trek as you will get to see rural life in Bhutan
Bit tougher trek itineraries
Druk path trek is a short trek which can be done in three days to five days depending on the duration you want. Its a lovely trek starting from Paro or can be done vice versa
Dagala Thousand lakes trek or this one week trek is a moderate trek starting and ending in Thimphu district. This trek is particularly beautiful during summer when the wild flowers are in blossom.
Dur hot spring trek or this eight days trek starts in Bumthang and ends in Bumthang. This is one special trek, much lesser trekked than other treks because its located in central Bhutan
Test your nerves
Jhomolhari is one beautiful trek starting in Paro and going to the base of mount Jhumolhari. This takes you to some of the remotes villages.
Laya Gasa trek is ten days trek starting in Paro and crosses over beautiful landscape. On this trek, you will see the Jhomolhari Mountain
Am I fit for trekking in Bhutan?
All our treks are not in the plains and you will have to exert. Our treks are not for people with bad knees, heart disease, lunch disease or for people with physical disability. Age is not a factor determining whether a person can trek as long as one is emotionally strong and fit to walk at least five to six hours in a day.
March to May and from September to November is the best time to trek. Moderate treks can be done in winter (Dec, Jan, Feb). June, July and August is little wet because of the rain.
Trekking gear provided
We provide sleeping tents, dining tents, sleeping mattress, tables and chairs gamow bags, first aid kit
Things to carry
You should bring warm jacket, trekking boots, socks, back pack, shades, walking stick
Trekking season in Bhutan
Best trekking season
The months of March, April, May, September, October and November are the best months to trek. Rest of the months are either too cold or too wet to trek.
Trekking in Bhutan in winter
Treks like Sinchula trek, Samtengang trek are preferred during winter.
New trekking routes in Bhutan
In 2016 Tourism Council of Bhutan did an extensive survey of trekking routes in east and central Bhutan. These trekking routes were developed and maintained. Most of these trekking routes were ancient trade routes between different towns and villages. These new trekking routes have been properly maintained and are now ready for our guests to experience. You will experience wilderness and rural life still unspoilt and and untouched by modernization.
Book any of these new trekking tours with us.
|#||Name of trek route||Dzongkhag||Entry||Exit||Campsite|
|1||Far- Out East Bhutan(Omba Nye)||Trashiyangtse||Tsenkharla||Doksum||Omba, Jangphu, Gongza|
|2||Tripple B(Baling- Bimkhar- Baney)||Trashiyangtse||Bayling||Renja||Bimkhar, Baney Gonpa|
|3||RigsumGonpa- Dechenphodrang||Trashiyangtse||Dungzam||Womenang||Pelri Gonpa, Solomang|
|5||Aja Nye||Mongar||Yadhi||Yadhi||Shing Dogorbha, Nimathang|
|6||Rodho(Gayzamchu to Ugyencholing||Bumthang||Geyzamchu||Ugyencholing||Wangphu, Shingkhar, Demnajong, Phokpai, Kitshom|
|7||Khandupang – Kheng Shingkhar||Bumthang- Zhemgang||Khandupang||Shingkhar||Thakpalangtsho, Changkhar|
|8||Dongla||Trashiyangtse-Lhuntse||Tangmachu zam||Trashi Yantse||Minji, Pemi, Taupang, Shakshing|
|9||Royal Heritage Trek||Bumthang- Trongsa||Chumey||Samcholing||Jamsapang, Bjobchesa|
|10||Wild East Rodungla trek||Lhuntse||Tangmachu zam||Ugyen Choling||Phokpey, Ungar, Kheni Lhakhang,|