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Bhutan offers unparalleled variety with low density and pristine trekking opportunities for the active adventurer.
We offer easy 3 days cultural treks in Central Bhutan, moderate 5 - 6 day nature & cultural treks in Western Bhutan and challenging and strenuous 2 - 3 week expeditions. These treks are offered in March - May and again in October - early December.
DEPARTURES ON A WEEKLY BASIS BETWEEN MARCH & DECEMBERNote: the tropical Nabji Trail is best between October and March
Bhutan charges a mandatory fee per day which includes accommodation (3 - 4 star hotels or camping on treks), food, transportation, guiding and entrance fees
Tourism Bhutan's Mandatory per diem fee US$ 275 per person per night for private tours
$ 250 per person per night for groups of 3 or more persons.
This rate includes accommodation, food, transportation, guiding and tours.
SAVE $ 50 per person per night for departures during December, January, February, June, July & August
$ 40 USD Visa fee additional
AIRFARE from Bangkok or Delhi approx $ 825 USDAirfare from major North American cities available on request
BUMTHANG CULTURAL TREK (3 days)The Ura valley trek near Bumtang offers great opportunities to combine wonderful scenery and traditional culture during a short and easy walk. DRUK PATH TREK ( 5 days)The Druk Path Trek between Thimpu and Paro is one of the most beautiful and most popular trek among our clients. In clear weather the views of the Himalayas are breathtaking. The Druk Path (trek) goes as high as 13,000 ft past fresh water lakes abundant with fish (trout). Flowering rhododendron and high altitude wild flowers make this a colourful trail in the spring.NEW TRAIL - NABJI (6 days)The Nabji Trail is an ideal post-harvest/winter trek set out in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, a region with an ecological rich environment. The park, located in central Bhutan, is also home to several cultural rich agricultural villages. The trail is a six-day low-altitude trek (between 693m/23100ft and 1,636m/5453ft) through six different villages located inside the park. On this trek, you will possibly see the Golden Langur (Trachypithecus geei), one of the rarest primates, only found in Bhutan and neighbouring Assam. The area is also home to the endangered Rufous-necked Hornbill and offers great all round birding and natural history discoveries. JUMOHARI TREK (15 Days)Our 15-day Jumolhari trek is offered in the clear weather seasons of spring and fall. Jumolhari, at 7,314m, is one of the highest peaks in Bhutan and is the inspiring backdrop to several days of strenuous trekking, reaching a highpoint of 4,820m. DAY LAYA GASA TREK (20 days)This is one of the long-established trekking routes from Chomolhari across to Laya. The route offers a great variety of trekking conditions, from picturesque farmland and forest to alpine pastureland and high passes. Spectacular campsites, beneath some of Bhutan's most impressive peaks, of which the most notable and Chomolhari and Jitchu Drake, are also a feature of this trekking route. Numerous isolated dzongs and scattered settlements, including the outlandish village of Laya, provide a great deal of cultural interests enroute. The memories of this special trek will stay with you for a lifetime.Detailed itineraries are available for each trek - ask for details.
A deposit of $ 800 is required to secure this trip. The balance is due 60 days prior to departure.
Toll Free: (800) 690-7887(604) 886-7300 Fax: (604) 886-7301
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