Gangtey/ Gogona Trek

It is a three day trek. The trek is to the beautiful Phobjikha valley [3000] meters, one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan, which lies in the mountains east of wangdue Phodrang. This moderate trek visits the villages of Gogona and Khotokha, passing through meadows and fields, then forests of juniper, magnolia and rhododendrons in full bloom in April. It is one of the finest low level treks in Bhutan.

Bumthang Cultural Trek

It is a four day trek. The lovely Bumthang valley is the religious heartland of nation and home to some of its oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries. This four day  trek passes through several villages on its meandering route through Bumthang countryside, and provides an exceptional opportunity for contact with Bhutanese rural life.

Druk Path Treks

This is a short five day trek, which leads from Paro to Thimphu or vise-versa, crossing the chain of mountains that separates the two valleys. Although the route is sparsely inhabited, there are wonderful lakes teeming with fish and the area is famous for its spectacular rhododendron forest, which bloom in May.

Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

It is a six day trek. This is a short trek near Thimphu, passing by picture sue high altitude lakes. It is a moderate trek with mostly short trekking days, but includes a few steep climbs.

Nine days Jomolhari Trek

Starting at Drukgyel Dzong, Paro, this trek passes through scattered hamlets and farmland into a deep and richly forested valley, which leads to alpine pastureland where Yak herders graze their animals. The trek offers a taste of the great variety of Bhutanese landscape.

Nine days Laya Trek

This route offers a great variety of trekking conditions, from picture sue farmland and forests to alpine pasture land and high passes. Spectacular campsites, beneath some of Bhutan’s most impressive peaks, of which the most notable are Jhomolhari and Jichudrake, are also features of this trekking route.

Snow Man Trek

The trek is considered as the most challenging in Bhutan. It starts from Trashithang in Punakha passes via Gasa, Laya, Gangkar Phuensum base camp and reaches Bumthang. It is a twenty-one days trek.


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