Treks

Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

This trek passes through the alpine grazing land with 108 beautiful lakes. The highlight of this trek is the beautiful scenery of pristine lakes with mystical history. Read more…

Gangkar Puensum Trek

Gangkar Puensum Trek

This itinerary offers a combination of culture and trekking in Bhutan. The tour starts from pristine Paro valley to the capital city, Thimphu followed by drive to central Bhutan. Read more…

Half – Snowman Trek

Half – Snowman Trek

Half Snowman Trek is an extension of the beautiful Laya Gasa Trek and starts from Gasa to Lunana and further down to Sephu in Trongsa district. Read more…

Laya – Gasa Trek

Laya – Gasa Trek

This 14 days trek can also be called Queen of Himalayas. It is quite popular because it traverses a great cross section of Bhutan as it winds from the Paro valley up to Laya and Lingshi in Northwest of Bhutan. Read more…

Jomolhari-Lingshi Trek

Jomolhari-Lingshi Trek

Popularly known as “Dhodina Trek”, it takes you up to an altitude of 4,000m/ 13000ft crossing Nyile Lap Pass at 4890m/1640ft to Lingshi. Read more…

Jomolhari Circuit Trek

Jomolhari Circuit Trek

This loop is the shortest of all Jomolhari trekking routes and is the most popular treks in Bhutan also called by the name of “ Yaksa Trek”. Read more…

Snowman Trek

Snowman Trek

The Snowman Trek is an extension of the beautiful Laya Gasa Trek. It starts from Paro and leads through most remote areas up to very high altitudes. Read more…

Wild Rodongla Trek

Wild Rodongla Trek

This century old trail was the main trade route connecting eastern to central Bhutan before the establishment of the national highways. Read more…

Nub Tshonapata Trek

Nub Tshonapata Trek

The Nub Tshona Pata Trek explores the western region of Bhutan. Not many tourists have been on this trek and you may want to explore its uniqueness. Read more…

Women’s Goddess Trek

Women’s Goddess Trek

This 12-day trek, Known as Queen of Himalaya, It is quite popular because it traverses a great cross section of Bhutan as it winds from the Paro valley in Bhutanese middle hills. Read more…