Trekking in Bhutan through highly challenging passes or to the utmost beautiful sub-tropical lowland valleys will take you to adventures surrounded by unmatched beauty of the Himalayas. You will find unexplored countryside, breathtaking scenery through forests of magnolia and rhododendron once above the tree line with spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains. An exclusive trip of a life time visiting ancient monasteries, turquoise green lakes, nomadic villages hidden in deep eastern Himalayas. We are here to meet your every budget experiencing from easy to high altitude treks through boundless nature to individuals and group wanting to explore Bhutan for an unforgettable experience.

Druk Path Trek
An ancient trade link between Thimphu and Paro. Druk Path trek takes you through natural landscape with snowy mountains, scared lakes, dense forests of rhododendrons, fir, blue pine with endless stretches of pastureland crossing some of the highest passes Labana pass(4210m) It encompasses the mighty view of Mt. Gangkar Puensum, one of the  world’s highest unclimbed mountain peak with an experience to visit mysterious Monasteries and retreats hidden in hamlets.

Dagala Trek
This trek traverse from Thimphu to Paro along the ridge with Thimphu valley on the back drop looping your trail to Paro valley renowned as Dagala trek and is distinguished for it’s 1000 sparkling high altitude mountains lakes with breathtaking views of the highest mountains, Mt. Kanchanjunga, Jomolhari, Masang Gang, Jichu Drake, Gangche Ta and Mt Everest. Traditionally a cattle grazing pasture grasslands for Yak herders with an easy excess to closest Thimphu and Paro valley. It also offer to visit various remote villages as Lambatama, Gur and Yak herders camps along the mountains valleys crossing many cascading river sources, gorges and waterfalls along the ridge. A moderate trek with some steep climbs.

Bumdra trek
A short trek that will take you beyond Taktsang through alpine forest to remote Bumdra Monastery hanging in the cliff where you will find few monks meditating around the year. You can get bird’s eye view of Paro valley and walk through the lush green pasture land. Descending downhill, you will reach several other hidden monasteries like Zangdopelri Lhakhang, Yoezerling Lhakang, Ugyen Tshemo above Taksang Monastery. It provides luxury camping for 1 night below Bumdra monastery with moderate trekking experience within your short visit to Bhutan.