Truly, Bhutan is a trekker’s paradise. The rugged topography, mountainous landscape and lush vegetation offer altogether a unique experience to the trekkers. Add to it the serenity and beauty of the wilderness, and arcane sights and sounds, untouched by the marauding denudation of globalization.

There is a wide range of trekking options in Bhutan, from a simple three-day trek to the rigorous three-week long trek that runs through one of the most exotic landscapes of Bhutan.

The experience of trekking in the Himalayas will bring you close to a part of the world that literally seems lost in time. You will be welcomed by the idyllic beauty of nature and breath-taking panorama. The trekking cuts through a vegetation of dense mixed forest of Oak, Blue pine, Chir pine, Wild Peach, Magnolia, Bamboo, Rhododendron, and Cypress among others.

Treks in Bhutan also offer the scintillating view of several virgin mountains peaks of Bhutan, many of which are worshipped as abodes of protective deities by local residents. The Jhomolhari trek is one of them.

On the trek, you will come across small hamlets and indigenous communities that are still cut off from the world outside. The trekkers can also experience the arcane culture, traditions and unique lifestyles of these highland communities. The trails pass through ancient monasteries and numerous Buddhist stupas that dot the landscape.

The treks also provide the opportunity to sight some of the rarest wildlife in the world like blue sheep and Takin, among a host of others.

In short, the treks in Bhutan take trekkers on a journey of natural discovery and self contemplation. It offers a unique insight into the beauty of a civilization that is unscathed by the winds of modernization.

During the treks, you will be provided with one professional trekking guide, sleeping tents, cooks to prepare your meals, several horses/yaks for carrying the supplies. However we recommend our guest to bring in their own sleeping bags for hygienic reasons. For less than three people we don’t organize treks as the tariff doesn’t cover the expenses.

Trekking during April and May in the Himalayas brings the deep reds and oranges of the rhododendron blossom. Earlier in the year the light is sharper but the nights are very cold. In autumn, after the rainy season, the skies clear and the leaves begin to turn golden yellow.

Visitors planning to hike anywhere in the Himalayas should be in good physical condition. Altitudes are high and the walking is difficult in places. Trekkers are also warned that altitude sickness can be a serious problem at the hiking altitudes in Bhutan.

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