“Trekking in Bhutan reveals a spectacular, unspoilt country steeped in ancient traditions – and with a ‘history’ that is as tall as the Himalayas” reported The Guardian Travel in 2013. Hiking in Bhutan has been a big tourist attraction and a salient feature in adventurous trips of tours and treks. The foremost thought that comes when Trekking in Bhutan is mentioned, is the walk to Paro Taktshang (tigers nest) situated 900m above the Paro Valley. If you are looking for an adventurous trips and proper hiking in Bhutan in your tours and treks, walking up to Taktshang alongside beautiful flora and fauna is the way to start. Hiking in Bhutan comprises of many routes with newer routes being added which may also comprise of onsite camping overnight.
Trekking in Bhutan is more special with you being transported to another world, silent and calm and without the hustle and bustle of city life. Tours and treks arrange hiking in Bhutan in such ways that there is an end prize waiting, like a beautiful monastery or a scenic beauty at end of an adventurous trip. Bhutan’s parliament mandates a forest cover of at least 65% and hence hiking in Bhutan is always in the midst of green forests and fresh air, making Trekking in Bhutan one of the most adventurous trips in the entire world.
Trekking in Bhutan is of course a physically demanding task with tours and treks arranging hiking in Bhutan for long distances and high altitudes. Acclimatisation may initially set in during Trekking in Bhutan and hence proper locations should be sought out during tours and treks. If you are looking for an adventurous trip to this beautiful country with its unique culture and traditions, tours and treks provide for you Trekking in Bhutan to further gain on a wonderful holiday, and a healthy time by king in Bhutan.