More about Bhutan Trekking
Good Season: March - June - September - November for high altitude areas. December-February for lower areas.
Group Nos: The minimum is normally six and though we are happy to take groups of only one or two, a surcharge will have to be paid as per government regulations.
Climate: Days are normally warm. Nights can at times be very cold, with winter temperatures often falling to well below freezing (especially on our mountain treks). There can be monsoon showers in summer (heaviest in July, August) and rarely in spring and autumn.
What to Bring: Strong normal clothing (according to season). Preferably, light cotton for summer and woollen clothing for evenings and the winter. A fleece and light jacket is advised.
For trekking you need strong, comfortable trekking boots, sun-glasses, lots of spare vests and socks/stockings, headgear and a waterproof jacket. Warm clothing will be required for the evenings and a down jacket is a must for treks in mountain areas. For those going on treks, a warm sleeping bag is a must. (Note: for trekking a load of 25 kg per person is allowed and will be transported on pack ponies, yaks or by porters.)
We offer various trekking throughout the year. The treks can range from a simple cultural day trek to the longest 29/36 days