Trekking Information

Explore and discover the most remote places in the kingdoms of Bhutan through trekking. We make arrangements of a day hike or long trekking adventure. If you go for trekking, you will find beautiful mountain lakes, glaciers and rare species of the world. The trekking routes in Bhutan

Duration: 25 days

Altitudes: above 5000 mtr

Standard: Hard

View:The Gangkhar Phuensum View & other mountains too

Season: Mid June -Mid Octomber

Covers: It covers Lunna region/ Gangkhar Puensum and Bumthang & down to Sephu. It covers most remote high altitude areas.

Starts: Gunitshawa in Paro

Ends: Sephu in Trongsa

The Snowman Trek is an extension of the beautiful Laya Gasa Trek.

One of the world most difficult treks of the world.

Duration: 25 days

Altitudes: above 5,000 mtr

Standards: Hard

Best Season: Mid June -Mid Octomber

Starts: Gunitsawa Village, Paro

Ends: Duer Village, Bumthang

Covers: Most high mounatins including Gangkhar Puensum, Bumthang or down to Serphu in Trongsa.

Duration: 14 days (217 km journey)

View: Mt. Jomolhari, Jichu Drake & Tsherimgang 

Season: April- June, Mid September- Mid November

Standard: Hard

Covers: Most scenic trek with some of the most pristine and unspoiled landscape in Bhutan. It also take              through meadows, high mountain passes.

Starts: Drukgyel, Paro

Ends: Damji, Tashithang (Gasa)

The longer than the Jomolhari Loop and popular trekking routes in Bhutan

Duration: 9 days

Altitudes: 2,500m-5000m

Starts: Gunitsawa Village

Ends: Cheri monastery, Thimphu

Covers: Wide range of landscapes, fauna & Flora.

View: Spectacular view of Mt. Jhomolhari from Jomolhari Base Camp (Jangothang).

Duration: 6 Days

Altitude ranges from 2,500m and nearly 5,000m.

Covers: It covers a wide range of landscapes, fauna and flora. 

Season: no fixed season to have this trek, any season

View: This trek is to have spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari.

Starts: Gunitsawa Village

Ends: back to Gunitsawa Village

This trek is the most popular trek in the country. 

Duration: 6 days of trek

Covers: Gorgeous natural landscape of blue pine and visit some of the ancient temples, fortress &


Starts: Ta Dzong (National Musuem) in Paro/ Visa Versa

Ends:  Bhutan Broad casting Services in Thimphu/ Visa Versa 

Merak-Sakteng stands out as a distinct attraction in Bhutan. It is located in eastern part of Bhutan.

Duration: 7 Days

Altitude: Between 1500 m- 4,100 mtr

Location: lies within Sakteng Wild Life Santuary (SWS)

Covers: It covers the semi- nomadic villages of Gengu (3400m), Merak (3500m), Sakteng (2800m), Thahthi (2200m), & Joenkhar (1700m)

Starts: Chaling, Trashigang

Ends: Phongmey, Trashigang

Standards: moderate/ Medium 

This one week Nabji- Korphu trek offers a short, easy and enjoyable journey around scenic Trongsa Dzongkhag.

Duration: 6 days

Climate: warm and pleasant

Altitude: between 1000-1500m 

Season: Octomber- April

Standard: Easy

Starts: Tongthong phey/ Visa versa

Ends: Nimshong Village/ Visa versa

Covers: Opportunity to experience traditional rural life as you will spend nights at the villages of

               Nyimshong, Nabji & Korphu. You will enjoy the natural beauty & biodiversity of Bhutan.

Duration: 6 Days

Actvites: dedicated to visiting some of the lakes, fishing and resting

Covers: Pristine, crystal clear lakes and the beauty of natural land scape.

Standard: Medium

Season: April-June/ Spetember-Octomber

Starts: Gynekha, Thimphu

Ends: Chamgang, Thimphu

Duration: 2 days 

Season: March-May/ September-November

Covers: old foot trail from Thimphu to Punakha through several rice fieds, forest & several villages.

              Cross through Sinchula Pass

Views: Phojoding Monastery

Starts: Chamina, Thimphu

Ends: Chorten Nyingpo, Punakha

Duration: 3 days

Season: March-May and September-November.

Covers:  several beautiful villages and monasteries en route, beautiful and scapes & bird watching


Starts: Phojikha

Ends: Tikke Zampa

Bumthang is often known as the ‘cultural heartland’ of Bhutan. 

Duration: 3 Days

Starts: Toktu Zampa (Bumthang)

Ends: Mesithang, Tang (Bumthang)

Cover: Numerous temples and number of small villages. Phephe La (3,360), highest point on trek route.

Season: Spring/ Autum

Duration: 3 Days

View: Mt.Gangkhar Puensum

Season: April/ Early June

Starts: Manchungang

Ends: Tharpaling Monastery

Covers: The forest of blue pine,  birch, maple, Spruce, Juniper, Bambo & beautiful land scape. Visit to old monasteries and temples.

Duration: 4 Days

Altitude: between 1100-1900m 

Climate: warm throughout the hike

Season: March-April/ September-Octomber

Trek Distance: 54km

Starts: Punakha

Ends: Chuzomza

Covers:The forest of Rhododendron and oak, through the Sha & Chungsakha Village. It also covers

                       longest bridge in Bhutan.

The Term “salt trek route” is derived from the purpose it served prior to the construction of the national highway from Trashigang to Samdrup Jongkhar. The people of the Eastern Dzongkhags used to make voyages via this route to collect  salt and silk from the border town of Samdrup Jongkhar. 

Duration: 8 Days

Covers: Pristine broad leaves & Pristine Forest

View: Spectucular views of mountains & villages admist the clouds.

Distant Feature: This Trek doesnot lead into really high altidudes 

Ends: Gauhati

Ends: Trashigang

Duration: 10 days

Starts: Bumthang

Ends: Trashiyangtse 

Covers: Alpine and Bambo forest, meadows and  mountain passes, through temples 7 monasteries.

Season: Octomber- Early November/ April-Early May

Distant Features: It doesnot ascend to very high altitudes. At the same time, it was trade route in the


Standard: moderate but bit challenging. 

Duration: 9 Days

Altidues: 3000-4700m

Covers: Take you to the Duer Hot Springs (One of the moast beautiful hotsprings in the Himalayas) and
            the beautiful land scapes in Bhutan. This trek also cover through forest of hemlock, Juniper,
            Maple, Spruce, Blue Sheep, Mask deer

Standard: Hard (one of the most challenging treks available in Bhutan). 

Season: March- April/ September- November