Walk around monasteries, stupas and fascinating ancient architecture you cannot find anywhere but in this Land of Happiness. This uniqueness will transform you into a responsible trekker, as you will fall in love with the fresh air and the beauty of the high Himalayas and Mother Nature at her best in Bhutan.
The best bits on this trekking encounter
Get a glimpse of Mt Everest standing tall at almost 29,000 feet and the Kanchenjunga peak (5th highest peak in the world).
Inhale cool and clean oxygen.
Camp at an elevation of 3000m at the Jele la pass.
View cultural heritage – Kyichu Lhakhang (the oldest temple in the country), and the National Museum (where the best historical artifacts are kept on display).
Trek up 4 hours, ascending through alpine forests and exotic rhododendrons only found in Bhutan.
See Mt. Jhomolhari at an elevation of over 7326m (24035ft) and feast your eyes on the ships of the mountains, the mighty yaks.
Wet your feet in the Jimilangtsho lakes, where huge trouts are a common sight.
Be a first hand witness to the sight of the highest mountain of Bhutan, Gangkar Puensum at over 7400m.
Enjoy breathtaking views of Thimphu valley and other Himalayan peaks on this trek.