Bhutan “The Dragon Kingdom” is one of the few countries in the world still untouched, is a paradise for tourists interested not only in Buddhist culture and philosophy but also for the people who have keen interests in flora and fauna as well as trekking and mountaineering. Adhering to its traditional ways, Bhutan guards its entry into the modern world carefully allowing only a limited number of trekking groups each year across its border.

Discover Bhutan

Four days of an easy trek combined with a sightseeing tour of Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Wangdi, Gangtay, Tongsa, and Bhumthang Valley. This trek is more on the cultural side with no views of the high mountain peaks, but you will have an exceptional opportunity to be in contact with rural life in Bhutan. The trekking trail wends through Bhumthang countryside crossing several villages.

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Chomolhari Base Camp

This is a superb seven-day trek combined with a sightseeing tour of Paro, Thimpu, Punakha, Wangdi, and Gangtay Valley. The trail goes through the valleys into Northern Bhutan to the land of Yak herders, to the Jomolhari Base Camp at 4040m /13,251ft. and on to remote Lingshi Dzong. After crossing the Lingshi Pass, Yalila Pass (15,800ft) it goes down through the thick rhododendron forest to Cheri. This spectacular trail has good mountain views. One can also see lots of wild animals like deer, bear, wild boar, and blue sheep on this trail.

Yak herders Camps & small lakes to Jakar. After spending two days at Bhumthang Valley, drive to Thimphu, visiting Tongsa, Wangdi, and Punakha Valley on the way.

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