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Hiking in Bhutan

Hiking in Bhutan

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Tour ideas for trekking and hiking in Bhutan

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Journey across Bhutan: East to West
Approx. 15 days From £1,740
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Best of Bhutan: culture, sites and hikes
Approx. 12 days From £1,950
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Festivals and traditions 
Approx. 12 days From £2,460
  • Adventure
Jhomolhari Lope Trek
Approx. 9 days From £1,740
  • Off the beaten track
Jhomolhari overnight trek and Bhutan discovery
Approx. 12 days From £2,380
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Family adventure in the Happiness Kingdom
Approx. 9 days From £1,730
  • Off the beaten track
Birding in the Himalayas
Approx. 12 days From £1,870
  • Off the beaten track
Ancient sites and mountain hikes
Approx. 7 days From £1,140
  • Off the beaten track
Bhutanese culture and heritage
Approx. 9 days From £1,290
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Himalayan Wonderland Adventure
Approx. 10 days From £2,070
  • Off the beaten track
Magnificent trekking through the Druk Path Bhutan
Approx. 12 days From £2,240
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Shangri-La dreams
Approx. 5 days From £990

Our local experts in Bhutan

Is Bhutan the right destination for you?

Right at the foot of the Himalayas, Bhutan, a country immune to the passing of time, is opening its doors to its extraordinary landscapes and architectural wonders. Thimphu, perhaps the only capital city in the world to not have traffic lights, is the spiritual centre of the country with its numerous Buddhist sites. It’s impossible not to fall under the charm of this long-forgotten region. Situated between India and Tibet, Bhutan is gradually eme... Right at the foot of the Himalayas, Bhutan, a country immune to the passing of time, is opening its doors to its extraordinary landscapes and architectural wonders. Thimphu, perhaps the only capital city in the world to not have traffic lights, is the spiritual centre of the country with its numerous Buddhist sites. It’s impossible not to fall under the charm of this long-forgotten region. Situated between India and Tibet, Bhutan is gradually emerging from centuries of isolation. Mass tourism does not exist here, and the natural and architectural sites have been incredibly well preserved. You will discover this unique destination through the beauty of its untouched landscapes and the warmth and kindness of its people. Adventure and a complete change of scenery are the essence of every stay in Bhutan, so be prepared for an amazing experience in one of the most secret countries in the world.
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