Bhutan has really got the best trekking in the world that inculcates breathtaking sceneries, rich Buddhist culture and friendly people. Trekking in Bhutan brings an exhilarating way to explore the wilderness of the kingdom while crossing down the trails through a variety of terrains and lush forests to panoramic mountain passes.
The Bhutan trekking tour lets you have a brilliant chance to encounter traditional villagers, yak herders and some of the magnificent Bhutan wildlife, such as takins, monkeys and blue sheep. The Bhutan adventure holidays have the awe-inspiring trekking options like easy going Gantey Trek through deep valleys, to the moderately strenuous Druk Path trek connecting Thimphu and Paro to the challenging higher altitude of Laya/Gasa and Jhumolhari treks.
With tailor made private and group trekking in Bhutan you can definitely explore the best trekking routes. The insatiate traveler will fascinate to explore the rugged beauty, a living Buddhist culture and friendly locals. Bhutan trekking tour brings a fascinating opportunity to cross the extreme boundaries of nature that includes the thick evergreen forests, undulating hills and vertical cliffs, bald and snowcapped mountaintops, deep ravines and gorges, gentle valleys and foothills. From relatively easy 5-day Druk path to the formidable 23-day Snowman route, the land of Dragons offers the unique surroundings with the urging the thirst for tough legs and sinewy guts.
Significantly trekking in Bhutan can not only be physically challenging but is also mentally strenuous. The adventure enthusiast can also try their hand with a number of low-altitude short duration winter treks. The rugged terrain and high altitudes means extreme difficulty which explicitly are the best part of Bhutan adventure holidays that can be enjoyed completely and safely by the trekking escorts.
Chadar trekking was a fantastic experience and adventure... Until the 15th I only saw one tourist, but after 15th more people showed up. The guide Lama looked behind every time danger was near for me or for my equipment. At one point he even risked his own safety by when he jumped to hold me from sliding down from a high frozen waterfall into the Zanskar river.