Trekking in Bhutan

Bhutan’s culture is fascinatingly different. The old King Wangchuck famously declared that Bhutan’s priority was Gross National Happiness, but now the Bhutanese government is trying to balance this philosophy with the increase in modernisation. National costume is worn daily by the Bhutanese and locals compete at archery – the nation’s favourite sport. Buddhist monks stand alongside bayonets at the doors of the monasteries in Bhutan which also serve as fortresses, known as dzhongs.

Bhutan is a land-locked kingdom, one of the most isolated countries in the world, and even now it is visited by only a few westerners. The government’s tourism policies ensure that Bhutan will remain an exclusive destination, and trekking here can be expensive. Our Bhutan Highlights extension is an alternative for those wishing to see Bhutan’s culture without incurring the cost of a Bhutanese trek.

Click on the links below to discover more about our treks in Bhutan

Druk Path Trek: Bhutan
Chomolhari Trek: Bhutan
Bhutan Highlights – Bhutan extension