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About Bhutan Trekking

Explore what truly sets Bhutan apart from anywhere else and discover one of the most remote kingdoms on earth.

Whether you are looking for a day hike or a grueling 31 day adventure, Bhutan has it all. Pristine mountain lakes, imposing glaciers and some of the world’s most endangered species await you in the mountainous amphitheater of the Himalayas.

Let us give you a selection of some of the country’s finest treks. Note: Trekking routes on this website are general guides only and may have inaccuracies. They are not to be used for navigation. Your trek guide is the expert on the route to take.

The power and beauty of the mountains is more impressive on foot than from any vehicle. Whether you take a two-night trek around the Haa valley or walk for three days from Thimphu to Paro or take the eight-day trek to the base of Mount Jhomolhari, the views, villages, people and experience will be unparalleled.

We offer a variety of treks to suit every level of fitness and age. 

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