Trekking in Bhutan offers wide range of adventure walks from moderate-adventurous to demanding grades of trekking, from day hike and trek for a week or more which leads you to enjoy its pristine surrounding of green valleys, rolling green hills dotted with farm villages and terraces to high moraine of ice and glaciers. Trekking leads you to enjoy its beautiful and enchanting deep forest of tall rhododendron- pines-firs- oaks-birch- spruce-hemlocks and firs tree lines, where in spring and summer you will be walking on carpet of green grass with miniature beautiful wild flowers. All trekking in Bhutan requires camping arrangements where our local agents will provide with full top class equipments with expert guides-porters or pack animals (mules-yaks- horses) and healthy and delicious meals. Some smaller or short trek involves staying in guest house or in a cottage with pleasant and friendly hospitable of the locals.
A popular trekking in Bhutan is Gangtey and Gogona leads you to soak in beautiful natural surroundings of lovely forest-valleys includes famous Gangtey Gompa (monastery) with Phobhika valley and one can spot rare and endangered Black Necked Crane during its migration seasons. The walk leads you at 2,800 m to 3,000 m high with awesome sceneries and views of mountains that border Bhutan from Tibet. Other interesting and scenic adventure is on Chomalhari trek, which begins on arrival at Paro airport with tour of famous Taksing Monastery ‘Tigers Nest; and Dzongs or forts then on walk for two weeks adventure through beautiful areas of Bhutan as Mt. Chomolhari or Jumolhari stand at 7,314m, the highest peaks of Bhutan and is the inspiring backdrop to several days of strenuous trekking, reaching a highpoint of 4,820m. Bhutan offers more trekking within its pristine and serene surrounding like a short trek at central Bhutan at Bhumthang, a picturesque green valley with beautiful walks and immense views of its scenic country.