Trekking in Bhutan
Trips in Bhutan include visits to old forts, palaces, monasteries, National Museums etc.
The Bhutanese themselves refers to their country as Druk Yul or “ the Land of the Peaceful Dragon. Bhutan is hidden amidst the mighty Himalayas and sandwiched between two big countries China (Tibet) in the north and India in the south. It was in 747 AD that Padma Sambhava who is known as Guru Rimpoche and the founder of the Ngima-pa sect, the tantric strain of Mahayana Buddhism, made his legendry trip from Tibet across the mountains flying on a tigress’s back. He arrived in the Paro valley at Takstang Lakhang (Tiger’s Nest). Nowadays, the majority of Bhutanese follow the Kagyu-pa sect of Buddhism. Trips in Bhutan include visits to old forts, palaces, monasteries, National Museums, sightseeing at Satsam Chorten, Taktsang Monastery, Memorial Chorten, National Library, a handicrafts emporium and Tashichho Dzong and more.
The following are our featured Bhutan tours and trekking package, and please note that the time indicated next to each is measured with your well-being in mind and slight adjustments might be made during the time of trekking: