Bhutan Trekking

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Duration Duration
11 Days
Start and End Point Start/End Point
Best Seasons Best Seasons
Mar-June, Sep-Dec
Trip Grade Trip Grade
Nature of Trip Nature of Trip
Meals Meals
Breakfast and Dinner
Flight Transportation
Maximum Altitude Max. Altitude
1,400 m, Kathmandu
Accommodation Accommodation
Hotel, Resort.
Group Discounts
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  • Options Available (Accommodation, Meals, Permit Fees, Ground Transportation, Government Tax, Guide, Airport Pick Up & Drop)

Bhutan TrekkingBhutan Trekking highlights

  • Explore the wonderful mountain views and rich wilderness in Bhutan Trekking.
  • Views of stunning Mt. Chomlhari (7316m). in Bhutan Trekking.
  • 17th-century Buddhist culture, arts, and architecture.
  • The trekking goes through ethnic settlements of Tibetan Buddhists.
  • National museums, Dzongs, and beautiful Monasteries.
  • The superb views of the Dochula Pass (3080m).

Bhutan Trekking In Nutshell

Bhutan Trekking is an exciting holiday trip to explore the fantastic mountain view and unspoiled wilderness. Bhutan has a high mountain landscape in the north and forested green hills in the south. The Bhutan treks offer the spectacular mountain sceneries of Chomolhari (7316m), Jitchu Drake, Tsering Gang, beautiful mountain lakes, and glaciers. The 17th-century Buddhist culture and its arts and architecture add more attractions to the trekking. Bhutan Trekking’s best season begins in March, April, May, June, September, October, and November. These are the best seasons to trek in Bhutan. We provide everyone else with the best service, price, permits, visa, cost, and Itinerary from Kathmandu, Nepal. for 2023 and 2024. WhatsApp us at +977-9851033819 or email now. Bhutan Trekking leads you through ideal villages and magnificent valleys full of Buddhist culture and traditions. The trek passes are highly located in Dzongs, mountain passes, and fertile lands.

Beautiful Tibetan Buddhist settlements are on the trails with rich customs and rituals. The cultural aspect of Bhutan is vibrant and distinct in the world. It is carefully preserved for tourist attractions. During the treks to Bhutan, you can explore the mystical wonders. Bhutanese worshiped Padmasambhava guru (8th century), the founder of Himalayan Buddhism and a Tantric guru. They are the cultural attractions of trekking holidays in Bhutan. The tourism department has categorized trekking routes and itineraries in Bhutan from 3 to 23 days. Druk Path Trek, Jomolhari Laya Gasa Trek, Jomolhari Loop Merak Sakteng Trek, Gangtey Trek, and Bumthang Cultural Trek are some of the popular trekking destinations in Bhutan. Short hikes and tours around Thimphu and Paro to see the museums and natural diversities are also equally popular.

Trekking in Bhutan gives you an additional conventional opportunity to investigate the semi-tropical and snow-capped woods at the lower height, an environment with abundant fledgling life and vegetation. A portion of Bhutan’s well-known trekking and climbing courses are Gangtey trek, Druk way trek, Bumthum social trek, Chomolhari, Mountain goddess trek, Masagang trek, and southeast face trek. The force and magnificence of the mountains are greater by walking than from any vehicle, and the experience will be unparalleled. Trekking In Bhutan is a low-elevation trek that opens up amid the winter.

Bhutan has long maintained a policy of isolationism both culturally and economically. Whichever route you take, whether a 2-night trek or a three-day walk around the Haa valley from Thimpu to Paro. Or 8-day trekking to the base of MT Chomolhari, as per your time convenience you will enjoy it. Trekking in Bhutan is a way to inspire you in the wilderness of mystical land and remote and traditional villages. Boundless Adventure has been organizing Bhutan trekking for many decades. Contact us for more details today.

The best seasons of Bhutan treks are spring and autumn- March to April and late September to mid-November. Boundless Adventure leads you with expert local guides to the bottom of the wilderness, traditional lifestyles, and the cultural heritage of Bhutan. Please, feel free to contact us for more information.

Best Seasons of Trekking in Bhutan

Special offers in every season for Bhutan Trekking, from March, April, May, Jun, July, October, and November of the years 2023 and 2024. We are always ready to provide you with hiking details of cost, Itinerary, guide, visa, permits, and flight tickets for 2023 and 2024. Contact an outbound tour agency in Nepal.

Bhutan has a rugged landscape, Snowy peaks and glaciers in the north, super of the Himalayan peaks in the center, and heavily forested. Bhutan has some of the best scenery, a rich Buddhist culture, and panoramic views of the mountain range, which makes it the best trekking place. Besides multi-treks, which can be done, there are attractive opportunities for day hikes around Thimphu, Paro, and many other renowned areas.

Bhutan trekking area

Punakha and Druk path trek are famous trekking areas in Bhutan. Similarly, Thimphu Tshechu, Tiger nest, Paro Tshechu, Royal Highlander Festival At Laya, and Punakha Festival are famous tourist and Bhutan Trekking areas.

Cost of Bhutan Trek

Bhutan is beautiful green land and a Buddhist country. But, We are operating a Bhutan tour and trek from Nepal. Also, we do use a combined tour between Nepal and Bhutan.

Similarly, We are operating Bhutan Trek from Nepal and using Bhutan Airlines to travel to Bhutan. The cost depends on the size of the group and trekking days. Please let us know about your interest and ego in Bhutan trekking. We’ll provide Itinerary and cost details even though you are a solo traveler.

Includes and Excludes Includes/Excludes

Cost Includes

  • Airport picks up and drops by car/van/bus.
  • Three nights Hotel in Paro with B/B plan.
  • Paro city tours, including tour guide, car/van.
  • Highly experienced, helpful, and friendly Guide, their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, and equipment.
  • Entry Permit and Restricted Area Permit.
  • All Bhutanese government taxes.
  • All ground transportation.
  • All meals and accommodations.

Cost Excludes

  • Travel insurance.
  • Donation
  • All sightseeing entry fees.

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