Trekking in this Himalayan kingdom is one of the most wonderful experiences a visitor can have. It is quite different from other parts of the Himalayas. The country ranges from the dense forest of subtropical jungles to the alpine shrubs, endowed with a wide spectrum of Himalayan flora and fauna. The land is thinly populated with scattered settlements. A person may walk for several days before sighting a village. Trekking in Bhutan is a fairly recent development, although the Himalayas have always held a long-standing attraction to the Western world for trekking and mountaineering.
The beautiful landscape, unique architecture, snowcapped peaks, colorful Dzongs, Lamaist Buddhist traditions and friendly people leave an everlasting impression on the visitor. You can enjoy your trek as you will be accompanied by an expert guide along with 4-5 people (cooks & horsemen). On your trek, you will be provided: a two-person sleeping tent, a toilet tent, a dining tent, a kitchen tent, sleeping beds, cooking staff, pack animals (horses) for carrying luggage.