Most our customers told us "It is an unbelievable to trek on the Himalayan Mountain Range in Bhutan". You will feel you are so close to the sky when you are trekking on the highest mountain on the world. The mountain does not only offer trekkers splendid views, but also huge power, which could help you overcome huge difficulties in future.
Both easy and professional Bhutan trek tour packages are listed below. If you are a new trekker, it is recommended to take a 5 days’ trek on mountains whose altitude is only around 2000 meters. If you have been fully prepared for trekking on giant mountains who stand nearly 5000 meters above the sea level, we also have professional team to help you fulfill your dream. Just let us know your idea and we will arrange every thing for you.
Most trekking routes are located on the mountains, whose altitudes are between 2000 meters and 4800 meters. The suggestions for trekking on plateau area include:
The best times to trek in Bhutan are March to May and September to middle November, in another word, the best seasons to trek in Bhutan are spring and autumn. Although the temperature drops to around -10 degrees Centigrade at night, the daytime is very warm. All trekking activities take place during daytime, when the temperature is around 20 degrees Centigrade.
At least, there will be a trekking guide, a cook and several porters and their horses to serve you during the trek. The exact number depends on the size of your group.
The porters and their horses will be responsible for carrying your luggage and pitching tents for you to stay overnight. Your luggage will be put into waterproof bags. What you need to do is only carrying some private belongings during trekking.
You do not have eat dry food during trek. All the ingredients will be purchased in the local markets before the start of your trek. Your trekking staff can also get fresh ingredients in the villages you will trek past.