If you want to get off the beaten track and be one with nature, Bhutan, perhaps, is one of the best countries to trek in the world. As 75% of the Bhutanese landscape is under forest cover, as mandated by the law, you will pass through different vegetation in the wilderness along routes that bring you up close and personal with the magnificent flora and fauna of the kingdom.
The treks offered by Bhutan Exodus range from short walks through scenic valleys and remote hamlets to challenging high altitude treks.
All treks include camping out along the trek trails with porters, guides, ponies and cooks accompanying you all through the route you choose. The Tourism Council of Bhutan has approved of 11 trekking routes at the moment. They range from 3 to 23 days hike. However, several routes around Thimphu and Paro offer brisk day hikes.
Keeping in mind your safety and comfort, Bhutan Exodus only sends experienced and highly skilled trekking guides. Experience and skills are truly essential for anyone adventurous enough to trek in Bhutan because most high-altitude routes are not well-defined trails and, therefore, only a seasoned guide can lead the troupe. Our trekking guides are certified by the Royal Government and have undergone guiding courses conducted by the Tourism Council of Bhutan.
- Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek
- Druk Path Trek
- Jumolhari Trek I (Round Trek)
- Jumolhari Base Camp Trek II
- Laya Gasa Trek
- Gangtey Trek
- Snow Man Trek
- Gangkar Phuensum South East Face
- Nabji Korphu Trail
- Bumthang: March to May – August to October
- Gangtey: January to June and September to December
- Samteygang/Lingshi/Laya :January to June and October to and August
- Lunana Snowman: March to September
- Gasa Hot Spring: January to May and October to December
- Jumolhari: March to June and September to October
- Druk Path Trek: March to June and September to October
- Dagala: March to June and September to October