If you’re interested in going to places that aren’t run-of-the-mill, a trek in Bhutan could be the adventure for you. Set in the eastern Himalayas, this tiny country is known as the happiest place on earth (no, that title doesn’t actually belong to Disneyland!). From perfect weather and a heart-warming atmosphere to picture perfect mountains and challenging treks, Bhutan has it all.
Although there are plenty of reasons to take the plunge, some of our favourite reasons to book your trip today include:
Spring and autumn are easily the best seasons for trekking. As such, you should look to plan your trip sometime either between March and May or September and November. At these times of year, the temperature ranges from 20oC to -10oC – the days are brighter and warmer, whilst the nights are colder.
For a small country, Bhutan offers a number of well-known treks that any traveller is sure to love. Some of the best ones include the Jomolhari Trek (8 days), the Snowman Trek (25 days), Bumthang Owl Trek (3 days), Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek (6 days), Punakha Winter Trek (4 days) and Druk Path Trek (the best choice for beginners).
To ensure that you have the best possible experience when you trek Bhutan, keep the following tips in mind:
Contact the team at Viktorianz today to learn more about trekking in Bhutan – we can tailor one to meet your needs if you have a specific trek that you would like to complete or sights that you would like to see.