The Bhutanese name for Bhutan, Druk Yul, means the "Land of the Thunder Dragon", and it is famously known as the “Last Shangri-La”. It has lovely forest hikes and superb bird watching across a chain of national parks. It also has one of the last pristine pockets in the entire Himalayas which you can enjoy just strolling across hillsides ablaze with spring rhododendron blooms. Besides this, the stunning natural scenery and the enduring images of the country are the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and distinguishes it from its neighbors. Bhutan is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world, and exerts a strong influence in all aspects of life.
Trips include the easiest trip, no need for climbing experiences or other technical skills for adventures, everyone can do this trip. Don’t need physically fit all-time. One the time of the trip we can use the vehicle. Trips offer in generally the lifestyles, culture, sightseeing, tours, safaris, see the panoramic views of mountains.
Walk uphill and downhill in the day time, walking through the hilly regions close views of mountains. Sometimes we need to pass the beautiful forest.
In average physical fitness, able to walk on the unpaved trails and track. Uphill and downhill most of the time. Sometimes need to pass through the glaciers. You need to have climbing experience and some skills and knowledge about the mountains and trails. Pass through the forests and the spectacular views of mountain panorama.
You need to have good physical condition; be ready to walk up to 8 hours a day for following days on rocky and icy terrain. Rope climbing and mountaineering skills are essential. Trips are those who seek adventure and challenge. Technical climbing equipment is required.
Excellent physical fitness condition as well as the experiences on the Himalayas; need to walk or climb in the snowy mountains, required mountaineering knowledge, and skills. Technical mountaineering types of equipment are required.