One of the best things to do in Bhutan is trekking. We can constantly keep shedding light on how beautiful the mountain ranges of Himalayas are the extent to which the holy mountains are significant to the place. Yet, there will be nothing like visiting the mountains personally and feeling the soil and snow beneath the feet first-hand. That’s why we suggest you get on some of the most renowned Himalayan trails of the region and experience the fresh and frosty air, be amazed by the gigantic peaks of the mountain range, stumble upon the Himalayan wildlife, pass on via glacial waters and evolve as a person from within. From day hikes to over 15-day trails, you can find your match here in Bhutan.
Druk Path Trek, JomolhariLayaGasa, NabjiKorphu, MerakSakteng
Groups of friends and solo travelers
Moderate to Difficult
Depends on the duration and the tour operator. Approximate prices starting at Rs. 20,000.
Why you should do it
Bhutan is home to one of the magnificent facets of the Himalayas which are inaccessible in India. You have to gain access to them and get to see them personally only from Bhutan. If you can’t do it here, you can’t do it anywhere.
Read the instructions of your tour operator carefully and make a note of everything you need to bring for the treks. Ensure if they will provide sleeping bags and climbing gears or if you have to make your own arrangements. Go ahead only if you are physically fit and undisturbed by altitude changes.