11 Days / 10 Nights
You will be welcomed by one of our representaive in Bhutan. Arrive Paro (3280m). Stay overnight in Paro. At Paro we take you to a full day tour of Drukhye Dzong, Paro Bazar, and National Museum. Drukgyel Dzong is a ruined fortress that mark the battle field where Bhutanese fought against the Tibetan invaders some centuries ago. You may also visit Satsam Chorten and Taktsang monastery (Tiger nest). Next stop is Thimpu (2286m). We travel to Thimpu capital city of Bhutan to see their national library, handicraft emporium and memorial chorten of His Late Majesty’s King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk. After Thimpu we travel to Punakha located in the eastern valley. At Punakha we go for a half-day tour of Dechenchholing. You meet traditional gold and silver maker at work. En-route to Punakha (1350m) we drive through a high pass at Dochula (3090m) that gives us panoramic view of eastern Himalayan range. In Punakha visit Punakha Dzong and a school before driving to Tongsa via Wangdiphodrang. At the end of the tour we return to Thimpu and stay overnight at Paro. Fly to Kathmandu and stay overnight before flying home.
8 Days / 7 Nights
It is incredible experiences to trek in Bhutan. Trekkers are the fortunate people to be in Bhutan since they are the one who will have opportunity to see the beautiful Kingdom of Bhutan at its most magnificent verdant forest which cloak the hills above its peaceful valleys, the trails are clean and unspoiled, and the wilderness still pristine in its beauty.
Samtengang Trek is one of the easier lower altitude treks in Bhutan. It explores some of the beautiful forests, overlooking different kinds of flora and fauna with many remote historical and religious sites and isolated villages in and above the Punakha & Wangdi Valley. Weather permitting, it also offers stunning views of mountainous peaks including Jumolhari (7315m), Kang Bum Peak located above Gaza (6300m) and Tiger Mountain (Gangcheta 6840m) north of Laya. Some of the climbs may be steep and challenging. This trek is especially recommended in winter as there is the possibility of leeches on the trail during the remainder of the year.
In many aspects trekking experience in Bhutan is different than in Nepal. All treks in Bhutan are packaged trek with guides and mules or yaks. It is closely monitored by Tourism authority of Bhutan.
This is a short four day trek in Punakha valley. Average altitude is around 1500 to 2000 meter. You have opportunity to visit villages and experience country life very closely. This trip gives an introduction to mountain trek in Bhutan. Two full day sightseeing of Thimphu and Paro provides ample time to learn about the culture and trekking in Bhutan.
5 Days / 4 Nights
If you are looking for a real peaceful place, where past is still the present, Buddhism a way of life, beautiful nature, clean environment, diverse flora & fauna, rich culture & tradition, and so on then Bhutan is the right place to visit.
Fly to Paro (3280m); stay another night at Paro to take a full day tour of Drukhye Dzong, Paro bazar, and national museum. You may also visit Satsam Chorten and Taktsang monastery (Tiger nest). Next stop is Thimpu (2286m). Our journey in Bhutan takes us to Thimpu, capital city of Bhutan. We visit their national library, handicraft emporium and memorial chorten of His Late Majesty’s King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk.
Although there are few big resorts and hotels, we accommodate our clients in a very nice, homey and very comfortable traditional Bhutanese hotels with attached bath and toilets with hot and cold water running 24-hours. The staff of the hotels we book for you will care for you in the best traditions of Himalayan hospitality, and the Bhutanese cuisine they will serve is varied, wholesome and stimulating. For the more conventional palate, general continental food is also available.
15 Days / 14 Nights
On this trek you visit base camp of Mt. Chomolari (7316m) and a remote fort of Langshi Dzong. There are great view of himalaya and the surrounding mountain. From Paro walk through narrow agricultural valley and continue through a river valley that winds up and down the drainage. The trail gradually climb up. At high mountain pasture you meet yak hearder. They live in tents made from yaks hide and stone houses. The view of the Himalaya is rewarding. Visit base camp of Chomolari (4150m), fort at Lingshi Dzong (4150m) and make a day excursion to the base of Jichu Drake peak (6974m). It is possible to see musk deer and blue sheep. Trail condition and weather will determine route of your return journey. It can be either same route or via Yali la, a pass of 4820 meter, to Shodu (3963m) and Barshong (3785m) that descend to meet the main trail to Thimpu chu (river). This trail is bit tedious though it terminates at Thimpu.
Stay one more night in Thimpu to take a day trip to Punakha (1350m) through high pass at Dochu la (3100m) and Wangdi Phodrang. Next day take a half day tour of the capital to completes your journey to Druk Yul. Return to Paro and fly to Kathmandu.
This is probably the best trek in Bhutan.Best time to visit : April to October. Late Autumn and winter are not good due to heavy snow condition.
8 Days / 7 Nights
With a relatively small population of 600,000, people in Bhutan enjoy a sustainable lifestyle, which they inherited from their forefathers. Buddhism, prevalent in the country since the 7th century, respects all forms of life and considers them sacred. The natural elements of the earth: wind, water, rocks, trees, lakes and mountains are seen as the abode of gods and goddesses and spirits and demons. They are believed to punish, with death and disease, those who disturb and pollute their domain.
You travel through some of the most beautiful valleys in western Bhutan, where the trekker comes in contact with several remote villages and monasteries. As in the Journey to Drukyul, this tour is concentrated in the western region of the country with the addition of a visit to the beautiful Gangtey valley, one of the main winter homes to the rare blacked necked crane. The birds fly south to the area from Mongolia during winter months to escape the harsh climatic conditions there. The birds arrive in early November and leave for the north by March.