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Zhemgang Bird Festival revival
The usually quiet town of Tingtibi in Zhemgang formerly spelt as Shemgang has revived a 3 days Bird Festival.  it is being held from 11 November after a 3 years gap to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of His Majesty The…>> Read More

 

Tour of the Dragon MTB 2020
Bhutan's annual mountain biking event Tour of the Dragon 10th edition set off in Bumthang on Saturday, September 7th, 2019 at 2:00 AM.  Completing the 268 km event in 10 hours, 45 minutes and 53 seconds Pelden Wangchuk, 20 years from…>> Read More

 

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MAKING NEWS!

  • Himalaya Airlines Kathmandu - Beijing - Kathmandu flight

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  • Lonely Planet picks Bhutan - World Top Destination!

    Bhutan the tiny landlocked Himalayan nation, has topped Lonely Planet's best places to travel in 2020. The list was compiled by…

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  • Early Picasso Art exhibition in Beijing

    Ullens Center for Contemporary Art or UCCA Beijing is holding the largest showcase of Pablo Picasso’s early works in China…

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  • Trip Advisor picks Kathmandu as World's 19th top destinations

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  • Helicopter charter service in Lhasa

    Tourists will now enjoy a wings over view of Lhasa city provincial capital of Tibet Autonomous Region with the operation…

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  • Book Bhutan Festival Join - in Departures 2020

    Bhutan Festival Join-in Departures 2020 are set for the most popular festivals of Paro Tsechu 01 - 09 April 2020,…

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Day Hikes

Day Hikes
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Day hikes in the Himalayan region are easy walks compared to a trek that combine the best in viewing nature, landscapes, cultural and traditional aspects of the country.  Day Hikers set off early, enjoy their walks and return to the comforts of their hotels by the day's end.  Making it all the more enjoyable as visitors get to experience that not all get to do.  

 

Due to its geographical contours most urban centres have been linked since ages through foot trails. When touring larger towns in the urbanised centres one can enjoy day hikes along hidden trails that allow visitors who wish to enjoy a walk away from the popular tour places. The walking trails are often age old routes taken by traders and while travelling from village to village.  These are mostly gravelled or compacted mud paths, stone stairs walks through farmlands and village households.

 

Book to enjoy Day Hikes in the Himalayan regions!