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Bhutan Trekking

Bhutan Trekking was the only way to reach the Dragon Kingdom until half-a-century ago. Beating the snow-winds of Tibetan cliffs, monks powered with mysterious chants trekked down the clouds-capped mountains into Bhutan, a kingdom roughly 10 percent larger than Switzerland. Indian merchants and colonial British political officers climbed up the narrow trekking routes from the southern plains as towering teak trees and still lakes provided cool shadows and quenched their thirst.trekking-Bhutan

Much haven’t changed since then. Every trekker to Bhutan who chooses the relatively easy treks at an altitude of 3100 meters above sea-level or decide for adventurous heights of 5600 meters will pass yak-herders, rare medicinal plants, and rhododendron and edelweiss flowers.Trekking in Bhutan, thus, offers the most varied experiences.

Gliding by the world’s highest mountain, the Everest, Bhutan’s national airline will welcome you to the country’s only airport in Paro, a valley at an elevation of 7300 ft above sea level, carpeted with rare blue poppies and dotted with Tudor-like English homes.

Your trekking days will take you high into mountain tops believed to be residences of guardian deities. Trekking in Bhutan will take you to the unexplored borders of Tibet; known as the roof of the world. Trekking through central Bhutan and crossing mountain passes you will rest by clear-lakes that still hide rich treasures and will show burning butter lamps from its depths for believers.

 As Bhutan’s Boeing carrier skims down one of the world’s most exciting runways, cheerful pony men, lots of laughter, little red-clad  monks, music of prayer wheels ringing from every valley, and treks rated the best on earth await you.

The Bhutanese trek along Gangkhar Phuensum, the highest unclimbed peak in the world has been rated one of the 10 best treks  by the British newspaper, The Telegraph, along with the Mount Blanc trek in the Alps, and all-time trekker favorites such as the Inca  Trail, Kilimanjaro and New Zealand's Milford. 
Cheese, chilies, and camping nights 
Though far away from the maddening rush of the metropolis you will not be far from the little indulgences a trekker needs. The camping gear, carried by ponies and belled-yaks, will contain all the essentials, from best quality sleeping bags, to powerful lanterns. As you sip butter-tea in the light of the fire, English-speaking Bhutanese travel guides will take you along the myths of the route you traveled: maybe a choreographed song of the mysterious yeti if you take the Yeti Trek along the only national park created to preserve the animal.

Experienced trekking cooks will make you feel at home in the wild forest with the dish of your choice served in fine crockery. They too are repository of stories, and ask them why Bhutanese can’t have a meal without chilies and cheese. They will tell stories, pouring you a cup of hot tea or soup in the camps making you feel home-away-from home.

Bumthang Cultural Trek

Bumthang Cultural Trek is unique, unlike anywhere else in the Himalayas. The walks are long and tough but crystal air, lonely paths and views that defy description compliment them. The trails lead you through alpine meadows rhododendron forests .....

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Gasa Hot Spring Trek

Gasa Hot Spring Trek is considered as one of the most difficult trek in Bhutan that takes you through an absurd journey over six mountain passes, across gushing rivers and streams, villages, yak herders' camps, diverse flora and fauna .....

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Jhomolhari Base Camp and Yaksa Trek

The Jhomolhari Base Camp and Yaksa Trek is one of the most popular treks and a favorable with trekkers. It is a truly amazing trek admits the beauty of the Himalayas that leaves one with an ultimate satisfaction and fulfillment. .....

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Classic Laya Trek

Classic Laya trek offers you the most amazing trekking adventure experience along the off the beaten path with bounty of acclimatization. En route you will get warm hospitality of the rural people, Laya is a perfect hub to capture a complete .....

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Lunana Trek

Skyline Treks & Expedition have operated Lunana trek on 3 previous occasions and we remain one of the only companies to have successfully done so. We have also run dozens of treks in and out of Lunana over the years, using.....

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Bhutan Snowman Trek

Bhutan snowman trekking begins from Drukgyel Dzong after a short drive from Paro, we will set out heading directly towards Jhomolhari at 7314m (24,135 ft.) the 3rdhighest peak in Bhutan. Following the Paro Chhu river valley up into the mountains .....

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Bhutan Gangtey Nature Trek

Bhutan Gangtey Nature Trek incorporates an journeying of the historical and cultural highlights of Bhutan and a short trek, which reveals Bhutan 's natural beauty and visits several remote villages and monasteries......

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Mount Chomolhari Base Camp Trekking

Mount Chomolhari base camp trekking is one of the unique adventures trekking in the world Shangri-La place. This mountain is also spelled “Jhomolhari". Chomolhari is the second highest peak in Bhutan lies on the western border .....

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