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Highlights of Bhutan Trekking
- Explore the wonderful mountain views and rich wilderness.
- Stunning Mt. Chomlhari (7316m).
- 17th-century Buddhist culture, arts, and architecture.
- The trekking goes through ethnic settlements of Tibetan Buddhists.
- National museums, Dzongs, and beautiful Monasteries.
- Superb viewpoint the Dochula Pass (3080m).
Overview Of Bhutan Trekking
Bhutan Trekking is an exciting holiday trip to explore the wonderful mountain view and unspoiled wilderness. Bhutan is a country with 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. The Bhutan Treks’ best season begins from March, April, May, June, September, October, and November. These are the best season to trek in Bhutan. We do provide for everyone else the best service, price, permits, visa, cost, and itinerary from Kathmandu Nepal. for 2021 and 2022. WhatsApp us at +977-9851033819 or email now. Bhutan Trek leads you through ideal villages and magnificent valleys that are full of Buddhist culture and traditions. The trek passes highly located Dzongs, mountain passes, and fertile lands. On the trails, there lie beautiful Tibetan Buddhist settlements with their rich customs and rituals. The cultural aspect of Bhutan is very much rich and distinct in the world. It is carefully preserved for tourist attraction. During the treks to Bhutan, you can explore the mystical wonders. Bhutanese worship Padmasambhava guru (8th century), who was the founder of Himalayan Buddhism and a Tantric guru. They are the cultural attractions of trekking holidays in Bhutan. Trekking routes and itineraries in Bhutan have been categorized from 3 to 23 days by the tourism department. Druk Path Trek, Jomolhari Laya Gasa Trek, Jomolhari Loop Merak Sakteng Trek, Gangtey Trek, Bumthang Cultural Trek are some of the popular trekking destinations in Bhutan. Short hikes and tours around Thimpu 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, which is an environment with an abundance of fledgling life, vegetation. A portion of the well-known trekking and climbing courses in Bhutan is 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 experience will be unparalleled. Trekking In Bhutan is obviously low-elevation treks that open 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 walk for 3 days around the Haa valley from Thimpu to Paro. Or an 8-day trek to the base of MT Chomolhari, as per your time convenience you will enjoy it. Trekking in Bhutan is a way to inspire you for the wilderness of the mystical land, remote and traditional villages. Boundless Adventure has been organizing Trekking in Bhutan 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 for Bhutan Trekking
Trekking in Bhutan special offers you every season, from March, April, May, Jun, July, October, and November of the years of 2021 and 2022. We are always ready to provide you hiking details of cost, Itinerary, guide, visa, permits, and flight tickets for 2021, 2022. Contact at 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 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 beautiful opportunities for day hikes around Thimpu, Paro, and many other renowned places.
Tour and Trekking area in Bhutan
Punakha and Druk path trek are famous trekking areas in Bhutan. Similarly, Thimphu Tshechu, Tiger nest, Paro Tshechu, Royal Highlander Festival At Laya, Punakha Festival are the famous tourist area in Bhutan.
Bhutan Trekking Itinerary
Day 01: Arrive Paro.
Day 02: Paro Sightseeing.
Day 03: Trek to Jele Dzong, 3 hours.
Day 04: Trek to Jangchulakha, 3-4 hours.
Day 05: Trek to Jimilangtsho, 4 hours.
Day 06: Trek to Simkota, 4 hours.
Day 07: Trek to Phajoding, 4 hours.
Day 08: Trek to Thimphu, 3 hours.
Day 09: Thimphu – Punakha, 3 hours drive.
Day 10: Punakha – Paro, 4 hours drive.
Day 11: Depart Paro.
- Airport pick up and drop 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 equipments.
- Entry Permit and Restricted Area Permit.
- All Bhutanese Government taxes.
- All ground transportation.
- All meals and accommodations.
- Travel insurance.
- All sightseeing entry fees.
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