Bhutan, a landlocked country, comprising of mountains and forests offer all the beauties of the Himalayas and is the ideal destination for the trekkers to see the virgin nature and unspoilt culture. The trekking routes are the traditional trails used by Bhutanese people to travel the country before the construction of the roads and many of the trails are still in use. Trekking in Bhutan is different from other regions in Asia for a numerous reasons like you are trekking in a country where Buddhism has a strong grip in traditions, culture and daily life of the people, there are fewer human settlement in the high mountains of Bhutan than there are in places such as Nepal and Tibet, daily altitude gain in Bhutan Himalaya is more than in any other Himalayan countries and so forth.
Trekking in Bhutan does not require any special technical skills or previous experience. Every trek is led by a qualified local guide. There will be a team of kitchen crews who cook two hot meals a day for you. Lunch is prepared at breakfast time and carried in thermos flasks and pots. All gears and supplies are transported by pack animals.
The most popular period for trekking in Bhutan is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November).
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