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Bhutan Walking Holidays

Adventurous souls love to roam freely and a Bhutan walking holiday offers you the chance to stretch your legs and feed your mind as you journey through the country’s stunning isolated wilderness. Hike up steep slopes across windswept meadows filled with wildflowers; visit sleepy hamlets surrounded by fragrance filled forest and really get off the beaten track to visit lively villages, atmospheric monasteries and centuries-old temples perched high on hills.

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WHY VISIT BHUTAN?

There is more to Bhutan's scenic beauty. The fast flowing rivers, the winding roads and the varying terrain provide ample avenues for activities like mountain...

BEST TIME TO VISIT BHUTAN

Bhutan enjoys four distinct seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter and, although you can visit all year round, spring (March-May) and autumn... 

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