Fascinating fog covered hills, ornate valleys decorated with Buddhist prayer flags, princely fortresses, and airy chants from faraway monasteries are the enchanting lure of Bhutan.
Fabled palaces, medieval monasteries, royal riverside towns, pious prayer flags adorned hills, pristine snowy mountains—Bhutan has a mystique all its own and our journey perfectly captures its stark spiritual beauty.
Our exceptional "discover from within" adventure brings you from the fascinating realm of Bhutan's fabled medieval cities to the epic setting of the vast Bumthang valley.
Bhutan’s most popular trek offers spectacular views of the 7314m-high Jomolhari from a high camp at Jangothang.
Dagala Thousand Lakes trek leads you with plenty of beautiful high altitude mountain lakes and provides stunning views of the whole Bhutanese Himalayan range as well as Kanjenjunga.
This Trek is used to be the most important trade route to eastern Bhutan before the motor able road was built. This route is hardly used at present but one cannot ignore the good trek it provides.
Nature reigns supreme in Bhutan, a world of flowering meadows, mystical fog covered jungles, massive mountains, and multicolored valleys disappearing into the hills.
This is shorter and easier version of Jomolhari Trek, returning to Paro across Bonte La pass into Soi Yaksa valley.
This beautiful trek begins from Paro Druk Gyal Dzong and follows the same route as the Jomolhari trek 1 till Lingshi, after that then heads north into the high country.
Merak-Sakteng stands out as a distinct attraction in Bhutan. Unlike anywhere else in the country, it offers a visitor to experience a unique semi-nomadic lifestyle
Bhutan has it all when it comes to natural beauty, with dramatic mountains, deep forests, and the stunning Himalayan meandering rivers.