Trek Packages

Snowman Trek II

Duration: 25 days, Max. Elevation: 5,320m Highest Camp: 5,120m Standard: Hard Best Seasons: Mid June to Mid October Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Duer Village (Bumthang) Summary: The Snowman Trek is an extension of the beautiful Laya Gasa Trek, and leads from Laya further into the high altitudes of the Bhutanese Himalayas. It takes tough and enduring trekkers into the Lunana [...]

Snowman Trek I (to shephu)

Duration: 25 days, Max. Elevation: 5,320m Highest Camp: 5,050m Standard: Hard Best Seasons: Mid June to Mid October Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Sephu (Trongsa) Summary: The Snowman Trek is an extension of the beautiful Laya Gasa Trek, and leads from Laya into high altitudes of the Bhutanese Himalayas. It takes tough and enduring trekkers into the Lunana region and further [...]

Rondula Trek

Duration: 10 days, Max. Elevation: 4,160m Highest Camp: 3,680m Standard: Medium to hard Best Seasons: October to early November and April to early May Start: Toktu Zampa (Bumthang) Finish: Trashi Yangtse Summary: This route was the most important trade route to eastern Bhutan till the road was built. Nowadays hardly anybody, except some ardent trekkers, travels along this route anymore. [...]

Punakha Winter Trek

Duration: Four days, Max.Elevation: 3,400 Highest Camp: 3,360 Standard: Easy Best Seasons: September to May Start: Dechencholing (Thimphu) Finish: Zomlingthang (Punakha) Summary: The best seasons for this trek are March to May and September to November. But due to the low altitudes, the trek is possible throughout the whole winter. The trek is the old walking route from Thimphu to Punakha. [...]

Nabji Korphu Trek

Duration: 6 days, Max. Elevation: 1,500m Highest Camp: 1,500m Standard: Easy Best Seasons: October – April Start: Tongtongphey (Trongsa) Finish: Reotala (Trongsa) Day 1 Tongtongphey – Jangbi village (Total distance: 7-9.5 kms, 3-4 hours, altitude range 1,000m – 1,350m) After an early breakfast at your hotel, you could afford some time to strut around the Trongsa town, combining it with a [...]

Laya Gasa Trek

Duration: 14 days, Max. Elevation: 5,005m Highest Camp: 4,220m Standard: Medium to hard Best Seasons: April to June & Mid September to Mid Nov Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Tashitang (Punakha) Summary: The first part of the Laya Gasa Trek goes along the same  route as the Jomolari Trek I  right till Lingshi. Besides the unforgettable views of Mount Jomolhari, the [...]

Jomolhari Trek II

Duration: Eight days, Max. Elevation: 4,890m Highest Camp: 4,080m Standard: Medium Best Seasons: April to June, September to November Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Summary: Jomolhari Trek – Jomolhari Trek II is the shorter one of the two Jomolhari routes- -the most popular trek in Bhutan. With altitude differences of 2,500m and nearly 5,000m (lowest and highest point [...]

Jomolhari Trek I

Duration: Nine days, Max. Elevation: 4,930m Highest Camp: 4,080m Standard: Medium Best Seasons: March to June & October to November Start: Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) Finish: Dodena (Thimphu) Summary: Jomolhari Trek – Jomolhari Trek I is the longer one of the two Jomolhari routes- and the most popular trek in Bhutan. With altitude differences of 2,500m and nearly 5,000m (lowest and highest point [...]

Gasa Hot Spring Trek

Duration: Five days, Max. Elevation: 2,430 Highest Camp: 2,250 Standard: Easy Best Seasons: February to March & October to December Start: Tashitang (Punakha) Finish: Tashitang (Punakha) Summary: The Gasa Hot Spring Trek is one of the easier treks in Bhutanalthough it is advisable to connect the walking days and walk up to the tsachu from Tashitang road head in one day. [...]

Gangtey Trek

Duration: Three days,Max. Elevation: 3,480m Highest Camp: 3,330m Standard: Easy Best Seasons: September to May Start: Phobjikha Finish: Tikke Zampa Although the trek is possible throughout the whole winter, the best seasons for the Gangte Trek are March to May and September to November. It is a short and relatively easy trek with beautiful villages and monasteries en route. Day 1: [...]

Duer Hot Spring Trek

Duration: nine Days, Max. Elevation: 4,700m Highest Camp: 3,400m Standard: Medium to hard, Best Seasons: March to April & September to November Start: Bumthang Finish: Bumthang Summary: Duer Hot Springs are said to be the most beautiful natural hot springs in the Himalayas. The Duer Hot Spring Trek is a demanding nine day trek along the same route as the [...]

Druk Path Trek

Duration: Six days,Max.Elevation: 4,200m Highest Camp: 4,110m Standard: Easy to medium Best Seasons: March to June & September to November Start: National Museum in Paro Finish: Mothitang (Thimphu) Summary: Druk Path Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. It is a short and scenic trek with some great views and beautiful lakes en route. Although it leads up [...]

Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

Duration: Six days, Max. Elevation: 4,520m Highest Camp: 4,300m Standard: Medium Best Seasons: April to June and September to October Start: Gynekha (Thimphu) Finish: Chamgang (Thimpu) Summary: Although the trek leads up to plenty of beautiful high altitude mountain lakes and provides stunning views of the whole Bhutanese Himalayan range as well as Kanjenjunga (3rdhighest mountain of the world, Sikkim) it [...]

Bumthang Cultural Trek

Duration: Three days, Max. Elevation: 3,360m Highest Camp: 2,800m Standard: Easy to medium Best Seasons: March to May & September to November Start: Toktu Zampa (Bumthang) Finish: Mesithang (Bumthang) Summary: The Bumthang Cultural Trek. Bumthang is well known as one of the main cultural centres of Bhutan and there are many opportunities to visit temples and small Bhutanese villages along the [...]