Bhutan Trekking


Bhutan Trekking

Bhutan Trekking is one of the wonderful trip, it is a full of adventure, every step you take and moment you spend in this land of Thunder Dragon you will find the mystery, wonderful scenes and sceneries, vibrant Buddhist festivals, fascinating Buddhist monastery festivals, ancient arts and architecture, traditional lifestyles yet unspoiled of modern civilization and what not. The trekking in Bhutan is no doubt full of adventure, from the time you step in Bhutan, you will experience wilderness, adventure and be amazed with incredible trails, snow-capped peaks covering above side, rocky and sloppy hills with full of green forests alongside of the trail, the incredible valleys full of traditional houses with incredible arts and architecture, Buddhist monastery, all these make you feel you are in your dream place.

Bhutan Trek

Ascend up and descend down the hills, pass through the vegetations with species of trees, rare birds, animals and species of flower and then the traditional lifestyles yet unspoiled of modern civilization, whether you will have one day hike or spend a weeks and months alongside of hidden valleys, high hills, these are some of the features why travellers from across the world like to have trekking and make their journey a memorable one. This mysterious Kingdom, Bhutan is rich and exotic land of high mountains, incredible valleys full of Buddhist monastery, ancient arts, and architecture, valleys are surrounded by the beautiful and snow-capped mountains, homes to thousands of rare birds and animals. These are some of the features, why thousands of travellers from many parts of the world would like to have trekking in this small and landlocked country. Similarly, this mysterious kingdom nestled high in the Himalayan mountain, a buffer between India and China, the country has century's old ancient crafts, monasteries, incredible valleys, remained isolated for centuries, is famous for its anonymity and traditional way of life, ancient traditions, fiercely protective of its cultural heritages and pristine wilderness. Ever since, Bhutan was open to the outsiders in 1970s, it has been an ultimate destination to the thousands of travellers from around the world, because of its wonderful mighty peaks, waterfalls, awesome monasteries and many more, therefore why Bhutan is also dobbed to be the Shangri-la of the earth. Trekking to Bhutan begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Paro airport and then you will continue your trekking right after you land at Paro to schedule destination and finally fly back to Kathmandu.

Day by Day Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival in Paro, transfer to Thimphu

Day 2: Thimphu

Day 3: Thimphu - Trongsa

Day 4: Trongsa - Bumthang

Day 5: Bumthang - Mongar

Day 6: Mongar

Day 7: Mongar - Trashigang

Day 8: Trashigang - Trashiyangtse - Trashigang

Day 9: Trashigang - Bumthang

Day 10: Bumthang

Day 11: Bumthang - Punakha

Day 12: Punakha

Day 13: Punakha - Paro

Day 14: Paro - Taktsang Monastery, Tiger's Nest

Day 15: Paro, departure.

Cost Details:

Trip Cost Include:

  1. Bhutanese Royalty, all internal taxes and service charges in Bhutan.
  2. English speaking Bhutanese Tour Guide, licensed by Department of Tourism of Bhutan.
  3. Accommodation in 3-4 star hotels, approved by Tourism Council of Bhutan and Hotel Association of Bhutan
  4. Food during tour, Break fase, Lunch & dinner (3 meals a day) and beverages
  5. Entrance fees monasteries according to program
  6. All groung transportationin Bhutan.
  7. Bhutan visa.

Trip Cost Exclude:

  1. Transportation to in Bhutan
  2. Bhutan tourist tax ($ 10 per person)
  3. Tips, personal expenses and travel insurances
  4. Bar bills, soft drinks & alcoholic drinks


Travel Destination:


Nepal and Himalayas have been the synonym words for Nepal enjoys the pride of having 8 out of 10 highest peaks of the world! We don't have only mountains but our unique geography has given us green hills and valleys, rivers, subtropical forests and flat lands all adding beauty to our country. Apart from geographical diversity, we have incredible cultural diversity within the boundary of our small Himalayan Kingdom . We have a number of ethnic groups, each with their own languages, cultures, and costumes, all living in perfect harmony.

The best way to experience unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches of Nepal is to walk through terrain. One can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracks. Either way you are in for an experience of a lifetime. Along with rhododendron forests, isolated hamlets, small mountain villages, birds, animals, temples, monasteries (Gomba) breathtaking landscape of unsurpassable mountain ranges, you will also encounter friendly people of different cultures and traditional rural life.

The great Mountains with unsurpassable splendor, crystal clear streams and brooks, the high current of rivers, colorful species of flowers, birds and animals, abundance of greenery and forests with much more hidden beauty and mystery with unavoidable adventure and fun will be waiting for you.

The medieval arts and architecture in the temples and palaces, monasteries and stupas are another attraction to the visitors of cultural thirst.

Many people have said about Nepal
The country of Mount Everest, Roof top of the world, Top Eight highest mountain and 240 peaks exceeding 6094 meters, land of living Goddess, Melting pot of Hinduism and Buddhism, Country of non-stop festivals, Himalayan pilgrimage, "The wildest dreams of Kew" Nature's amphitheatre, heat of Shangri-la, land of yak and yeti, living cultural museum of the world, anthropological treasure land, ecologists dreamland.

As per the size the country possess one of the highest concentration and distribution of bio-diversity

  • Land of the living goddess
  • The country of Mount Everest
  • Himalayas pilgrimage
  • Land of brave Gorkhas
  • Shangri-la
  • Glory of Asia 's Past
  • Ultimate Destination pf Mysticism & Exoticism.
  • City of Golden Pagodas & Parasols.
  • Birth place of Janaki
  • Land of Eight- Thousanders
  • Land of 1047 Lamas tries and Monasteries
  • Country of Hidden valley and crystals Mountains
  • Birth place of Apostle of Peace- Lord Buddha
  • Living cultural museum of the world
  • A city which has one of the largest concentration of Buddhist Icons & shrines
  • Abodes of multitude of Gods and Goddess.
  • Only country partciping Mahayana/Bajrayana Tantrik Buddhism.
  • Anthropological Treasure Land .
  • Only country still practicing Bonpo - Pre Buddhistic Spiritism.
  • Country of Tharus wearing richest tribal jewellery comprising 32 items weighting seven kgs.
  • The country of as many temples as many houses, as many gods and as many peoples.
  • The country which has more festivals than days of the year.
  • Only cherry that flowers winter.
  • Some of the world's highest village.
  • 91 plants that are named after Nepal (Nepalence)
  • Ecologist' dreamland
  • And a country of high Mountains consisting 240 peaks exceeding 6094 meters
  • Melting pot of Hinduism & Buddhism
  • country of non stop festivals
  • The wildest dreams of kew.
  • Nature's Amphitheatre.
  • Roof or the world
  • Land of Yak & Yeti

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Where is Tibet? Tibet is a rich and beautiful land with an average altitude over 4,000m (13,120ft) above sea level. Possessing more than fifty peaks above 7,000m (22,960ft), Tibet is home to eleven Himalayan mountains over 8,000m (26,240ft). China, India, Nepal , Sikkim, Bhutan , Burma and Kashmir border the Tibet.

Tibet - People and Culture: Over two million people inhabit this land of rich natural resources and ancient cultures. Spiritual traditions, temples and monasteries, lakes and rivers, and mighty snow clad peaks are just a few of the intoxicating wonders to be experienced by adventurous travelers destined to visit this place.

Buddhism , with a history of some 1,300 years is shaped into a unique form of "Lamasm". Tibetan history, culture and religion are mixed together and infiltrate every aspect of social life. Tibetan religious arts have a distinctive style with adoption of Indian and Chinese Buddhist influence, thus forming a pearl of Oriental Buddhist art.

People living on the Tibetan plateau, such as Tibetans, Monpas, Lhopas and Moslems, have their own ways of living, marriage, burial and other ceremonies. Festivals in Tibet are in big variety. The Tibetan New Year, the largest festival, is followed by others such as the Wangkor Festival and horse races. For the dead, sky burials, water burials, cremations and stupa burials are practiced, but the sky burial is the most common.

Science and culture in Tibet include technology, medicine, grammar, logic, Buddhist philosophy, rhetoric, words and expressions, syntax, drama and astrology. Tibet is known as the Sea of Songs and Dances; folk songs and dances are diverse, especially during the "Shoton Festival" in August .

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Known to the natives as Druk Yul (Land of the Thunder Dragon), Bhutan is regarded as the last paradise on earth. Its isolation, spectacular mountains, varied flora and fauna, ancient Buddhist monasteries, vibrant culture and mystic aura have made it so. Though small in size, the kingdom's topography is one of dramatic contrasts. From the near-tropical southern border with India at an altitude of 300 m, the land rises to culminate in the over 7000-m peaks of the Himalaya in the north which form a natural frontier with the Tibetan region of Bhutan 's northern neighbor, China .

Lying in a valley (elevation 2,350 m), Thimpu is unlike any other capital in the world. The traditional architecture of its houses and buildings is particularly striking.

The places to visit are the Memorial Chorten, dedicated to the late King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk; Tashichho Dzong, seat of the government of Bhutan and the summer residence of the central monk body; the Traditional Medicine Hospital where herbal medicines are prepared; the National Library, a treasure trove of ancient texts; the National Institute for Zorig Chosum for thanka painting, sculpture, wood and slate carving, gold works, embroidery and traditional boot making; Changangkha Lakhang which contains ancient scriptures and thanka paintings; and Simtokha Dzong, Bhutan's oldest fortress which now houses a school for Buddhist studies. You can also visit the smithy on the other side of the Thimpu River to see traditional gold and silver smiths at work, the Folk Heritage Museum , which showcases a typical Bhutanese farmhouse, and the Takin Sanctuary (the takin is the national animal of Bhutan ) above the Motithang area.

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The Republic of India is a country in South Asia which comprises the majority of the Indian subcontinent. India has a coastline which stretches over seven thousand kilometres, and shares its borders with Pakistan to the west, the People's Republic of China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the northeast, and Bangladesh and Myanmar on the east. On the Indian Ocean, it is adjacent to the island nations of the Maldives on the southwest, Sri Lanka on the south, and Indonesia on the southeast. India borders with Afghanistan to the northwest.

India is the fourth largest economy in the world in terms of purchasing power parity. It is the second most populous country in the world, with a population of over one billion, and is the seventh largest country by geographical area. It is home to some of the most ancient civilisations, and a centre of important historic trade routes. Four major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism have originated from India. Formerly a major part of the British Empire as the British Raj before gaining independence in 1947, during the past twenty years the country has grown significantly, especially in its economic and military spheres, regionally as well as globally.Read More


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