Bhutan Trekking Overview
Why Bhutan Trekking: With unspoiled wilderness, picturesque villages, spectacular mountain scenery and a fascinating culture, Bhutan is perfect for exploring on foot. Hikers can explore remote shrines and temples scattered across the countryside, and discover a traditional way of life centuries old.
When to Go: The best periods for trekking are Mar-Apr and Sep-Nov for all high altitude treks going over 4,000 metres. Shorter treks and day walks such as the ones we recommend (Druk Path, Bumthang, Gangtey) can be undertaken anytime from Oct-May through the winter. In the autumn, clear warm days prevail affording the best mountain views. Spring is best if you want to walk amongst flowering rhododendrons, blooming magnolias and other plants; however weather conditions can be unpredictable.
Combine With: Trekking can be combined with adrenalin adventures such as white water rafting, as well as cultural tours and religious festivals. A tour to Bhutan can also be combined with travel in neighbouring India or Nepal.
Getting There: Most of our tours include return airfare from Bangkok, Thailand to Paro in Bhutan. Alternatively, you can fly from Singapore, Nepal or various cities within India.