Yes, trekking in Bhutan is absolutely safe as a complete protection and security are taken care of by our trekking guides. Once you book your tour package with us, you will be assisted by a tour guide who is skilled in trekking.
Trekking in Bhutan can difficult which includes long days of walking and considerable climbs and descents. For this reason, the trekking expedition in Bhutan is for the experienced trekkers who are fit and has a regular walking habit.
Trekking in Bhutan is possible all throughout the year depending on which region you choose to travel as every season has some speciality to offer.
You would trek for 5-8 hours in a day depending on how high or steep the trekking areas are. Some days on the trek you may even rest and explore the beauty in and around.
No, except for your personal belongings you don’t have to carry any equipment for trekking in Bhutan. All the necessary equipment for the trek will be carried by the tour guide.
Treks in Bhutan will take you to higher altitudes, but our itineraries are created in such a way that will let you acclimatise as you ascend. However, in case if you feel a little dizziness or headache you can rest for a while and take suitable medicine for AMS like Diamox.
Yes, travel insurance is a must for your safety while trekking in Bhutan. The insurance should cover you with theft, loss, medical treatment and more.
We recommend bringing a rucksack/backpack of around 50-60 litres. Also, a fanny pack/belt bag would be an ideal choice to keep small things like sanitizer, earphones etc.
Trekking in Bhutan requires a lot of long walking habits. One should focus on cardiovascular training while preparing for difficult treks in Bhutan. In addition to this, for strenuous treks like Snow Man Trek, Jomolhari or Laya-Gasa Trek, one needs to be mentally prepared along with physical fitness.
Yes, trekking in Bhutan requires a skilled guide who will guide you through the ways and look after you during the trek.
Around 5000m is the maximum altitude one can trek in Bhutan.
One should carry the following things when planning to trek in Bhutan:
You will be sleeping in tents carried by our tour guide. Also, a pillow and sleeping bags will be provided to you.
Cellular phone or internet access not always reliable as often the server remains down leading to limited or no connectivity.
Yes, you will be getting all the three meals including breakfast, lunch and dinner during your trek in Bhutan.