The Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the oldest and definitely the best cultures in the world. Bhutan, a landlocked country in the Eastern Himalayas, is a haven for hiking enthusiasts. With India to the south and Tibet to the north, Bhutan has recently opened its doors to foreign tourists.

Beautiful valleys with forests make hiking in Bhutan an unforgettable experience. If you are planning a mountaineering adventure in this country, the best time to travel is in April. During the spring season, you can see the forests of the trail in full bloom, and this season is also the best time to travel. All the walks you can do in this magnificent country will surely satisfy your adventure seekers. Here are three types of hiking trails that make up a hiking trail.

Gangtey Gompa to Gogona

This 14 km route has rugged and rocky terrain. Normally it should take about 5 to 6 hours. Bhutan walks are usually known for showing the exotic wild flora of the Himalayas. During this hike from the Gangtey Gompa Valley to Gogona, you must climb juniper, Magnolia and Bamboo forests. Not only is this a natural trip but it can also be classified as a cultural trip. During this walk, you will pass some of the most beautiful Dizong. The destination of this short walk is at an altitude of 3100 meters.

Goguna to Khotokha

The hike starts from the spectacular village of Goguna and leads to a forest of spruce, spruce, cypress, oak and dwarf rhododendrons that will take you to the Shubjo La pass at an altitude of 3410 meters. From here you take the path down to Dolunaga, which has a wood-burning camp. Chorten Karpo, which is being further cleared along the way, has four Chortens to Je Khenpos from the area. This will be an ideal place to camp with a view of the valley.

Khotokha to the piece of Zampa

From Khotokha, you have to choose the route that is famous and reach Tashi La. Walking from here takes you through a beautiful forest of magnolias and ferns. This route makes adventure trips in Bhutan much more special because it is a surprise for bird watchers. We continue on this route, which eventually reaches Tikke Zampa at an altitude of 1500 meters. This completes our trail that showcases the exciting beauty of Bhutan.

Walking in Bhutan can surely be a wonderful vacation that will allow you to enjoy the magnificent Himalayas and the people who call it home.

Source by Abhilasha Kumari