Preparing to hike over a suspension bridge in Bhutan

Trekking in the mountain kingdom of Bhutan

Whether you're a novice trekker or a seasoned expert, Bhutan will have a trekking route that ticks all your boxes.

Preparing to hike over a suspension bridge in Bhutan

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A bucket list experience for many outdoor enthusiasts

The breath-taking landscapes of Bhutan lend themselves perfectly to trekking. Whether you are a seasoned, hardy trekker or you prefer a gentle few hours of walking, it’s all possible and available in Bhutan. If you are reasonably fit, there will be a trek to suit your capabilities.

  • Scenery to take your breath away
  • Experience the traditions and culture of Bhutan
  • Tailor-made to suite your requirements
  • Beautiful mountains and lakes
  • Choose a route to suit your pace
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Far from the madding crowd

Bhutan may not be the cheapest place to trek, but it’s worth it.

 

Roadside shop at Pele la Pass, Bhutan © GQMarks

You’ll be fortunate to experience this beautiful part of the world which isn’t open to mass tourism, and all treks must use local guides and staff so you are supporting the local economy. On top of all this you will walk away having experienced the rich culture and traditions of this unique mountain kingdom.

This is just a brief introduction to trekking in Bhutan, there are plenty of other options open to you, be it a short trek slotted into your holiday or a substantial journey that forms the best part of your time in Bhutan, that’s the beauty of a tailor-made holiday, it can be tweaked until it is perfect for you.