Bhutan is a landlocked small country between Tibet and India and is regarded as the most peaceful country in the world where GDP is measured via Gross Domestic Happiness. Bhutan boasts stunning natural scenery because of its positioning near the gigantic ranges of the Himalayas and pristine meandering rivers that flow into the country. The lasting image of the country for most visitors is the fortified sense of culture and tradition that exists in all parts of the country. Trekking in Bhutan is an extremely popular activity where the Druk Path is the most explored trekking region that starts from Paro and ends at Thimphu. Bhutan is home to a multitude of treks that are revered all around the world, and many seasoned trekkers come to Bhutan to undertake such treks. The most well-known among them being Jomolhari, Laya Gasa trek and the Snowman Trek, these are one of the toughest treks in the world, that take approximately 30 days to complete.
Trekking in Bhutan is the ideal way to experience its beautifully and carefully conserved unspoiled natural environment. All the trekking trails ramble up green meadows where one can find story book visuals of yaks and blue sheep grazing and galloping down the mountain slopes. Treks in Bhutan leads one to mesmerising destinations, unperturbed by man, one may spot an array of rhododendron trees blooming in vibrant colours of pink and red flowers lining the trail reaching the valleys and mountain tops. Short treks around the terrain of Bhutan makes one discover remote villages of nomadic yak herders, whose rustic lifestyle deems intriguing. All the treks in Bhutan go over prayer flag swathed scenic passes, higher than 5000 meters. Punakha Winter Trek, Rigsum Goenpa Trek, Royal Heritage Trek and Sagala Trek are among other known treks in Bhutan.