A relatively short, but challenging trek from Paro to see Chomolhari and Jitchu Drake. The trek returns via the Bonte La to form a mini-Himalayan circuit. Wild, mountain scenery, atmospheric camps with the odd yak herder or two for company along the way.
No camping on this HOTELS EVERY NIGHT short walking holiday in the magical Kingdom of Bhutan. A wonderful series of straightforward, beautiful day walks including Punakha, Bumthang and the lesser visited Haa Valleys. Dzongs and temples aplenty too.
A nice and easy walking holiday that combines cultural sightseeing with delightful leisurely walks. An ideal trip to Bhutan for those short on time, but wish to see the major highlights of this beautiful country. HOTELS EVERY NIGHT.
We offer BOTH route options for this world renowned major Himalayan adventure. This option exits via the valley system that leads to Gangtey. The Snowman Trek is considered to be one of the toughest treks in the world. Lonely Planet says so, so it must be! A serious undertaking for experienced, very fit trekkers only.
Perhaps the most beautiful Bhutan trek. If you love mountain walking and may only trek in the Himalayas of Bhutan once in your lifetime, we strongly recommend this abridged Snowman Trek. Going beyond Chomolhari Base Camp to Lingshi and then onto Laya. Spectacular and breathtaking.
Trekking from Paro to Punakha via Thimpu. This fascinating trek is an extended version of the famous Druk Path "haute route" for those who wish to "boldly go" and hike to the magnificent Punakha Dzong. A hike to the Tigers Nest rounds the trip off nicely.