Bhutan trekking is an interesting journey on foot along the river and Himalayan valley, pine and rhododendron forest with the pristine lake. A typical day lasts six to eight hours with an uphill and downhill up to the base camp of snowy peaks. All guided treks are arranged with a good management. Druk Path Trek, Bumthang Culture Trek, Gangte Trek, Duer Hot Spring Trek, Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek, Jomolhari Trek, Gasa Hot Spring Trek, Punakha Winter Trek, Laya Gasa Trek, Rodung La Trek, Snowman Trek, and Samtengang Winter Trek are the popular itinerary.
Bhutan trekking is reliable and possible at least three days to four weeks, including off the beaten track. Physically fitted and mentally prepared tourist may enjoy the hiking. All the professional guide, cook, and assistant have managed the camping trip. Yak and horse are used to carry necessary gears. A route goes through the protected area with numerous plants and the wildlife. An easy, moderate and strenuous grade of journeys is available.
Bhutan trekking is recommended for a life experience. Foreigners may explore the snow-capped mountain, forest-clad hills, and river valley with photographs. A skilled guide explains the Buddhism culture, nature, lifestyle and history. The mountain rule and regulation are most important to avoid the high altitude sickness. The boiled water, soup, tea, coffee, hot food and limit-hike after 3000 meters are the useful suggestions. The rescue helicopter can provide by the Tourism Council of Bhutan. Travel insurance with helicopter evacuation is just before the trip. Contact in Yeti Trail Adventure for the hiking experience. Further information and itinerary are given below.