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Sarah Park

We had a fantastic 10 day trek in the Langtang Valley over Christmas break, 2012. Bharat organized a trek for our two families, a group of 9, with 5 kids aged 10-14. All details were finely tuned. He left nothing undone and was very flexible in adjusting the itinerary as the trip progressed. The location of the trek in the Langtang Valley was beautiful with all the soaring peaks, green valleys, Tibetan villages and friendly people  

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Bhutan Trekking

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Chele La Nature Trek - 10 Nights/11 Days

Chele La Nature Trek - 10 Nights/11 Days

This trek is specially conducted for Nature lovers as spring is the season for rhododendrons. The trail takes you through forest filled with many species of Primula and shades of red and orange rhododendrons. 

Chomolhari Trek - 11 Nights/12 Days

Chomolhari Trek - 11 Nights/12 Days

Mount Chomolhari (also spelt as Jhomolhari), ( 23, 996ft/ 7, 316 m) means the Goddess of Mountain that reigns in glory and its five sister peaks are the sources of Paro Chu (River), that nourishes the lush rice fields, apple and peach orchards of Paro Valley. 

Classic Laya Trek - 18 Nights/19 Days

Classic Laya Trek - 18 Nights/19 Days

This trek continually holds the reputation to be ranked as one of the finest treks of Bhutan. The route offers fantastic views of gigantic mountains from close range including Mt. Gangchey Ta (Tiger Mountain) known to be mother of the female river flowing through Punakha valley which is renowned for its diversity in Himalayan flora and Fauna. 

Gangtey Gogana Khotakha Trek -7 Nights/8 Days

Gangtey Gogana Khotakha Trek -7 Nights/8 Days

This trek of Phopjikha valley at 3,000m is one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan. It is chosen home of the rare Black Necked Cranes which migrate here in winter from the Tibetan plateau. 

Lunana Snowman Trek - 24 Days

Lunana Snowman Trek - 24 Days

This trek is recognized by enthusiasts as the toughest trek in the world because of its altitude, distance, climate and remoteness. At the same time the Lunana region of Bhutan is one of the least visited but most beautiful areas of the world.