Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan, is a blissful destination because of its natural beauty, and for giving the appearance of a small town with all the amenities and facilities the capital and financial hub of a country should provide. Being one of the world’s most famous adventure destinations, it has the world’s best camping, hiking and trekking tours in Thimphu. Bhutan is emerging fast as the adventure destination in South Asia because of its cool weather and beautiful sightseeing destinations, the breathtaking flora and fauna and activities you can do here. Some other treks that you can undertake in Bhutan are the Bumdra trek, Druk Path trek, trek to Dagala Thousand Lake, Jomolhari trek, a cultural tour of Bhutan and the Dragon Kingdom tour etc. Make sure you carry enough warm clothes, beverages, dry fruits etc for the trip, along with medicines and other essential items.
Most of the trips and tours span across five to twelve days because of the number of places to see and the time taken to trek through the mountains and valleys. The Soi Yaktsa trek is one of the best and most challenging treks you will ever encounter in Bhutan. You start from Paro and camp at the foothills of the mountain Jomolhari, also famously called the Goddess of Mountains. There are also expeditions in Bhutan where you can see some of the most prominent sites of the country. These tours span over five to nine days, and cover everything from Paro, Kyichu Lhakhang, which is one of the oldest temples in the country, Rinpung Dzong and Ta Dzong, the national museum of the country, National Memorial Chorten,Changangkha Lhakhang, Zorig Chusum, Punakha, the temple of Chimi Lhakhang in the village of Lobesa, Punakha Dzong, Bumthang Valley, also known as the mini Switzerland of India etc are some of the places that you will be visiting in the course of your trip. So set out on some of the best trekking tours in Thimphu and be enthralled by the beauty surrounding you.