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A Scenic Village

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

A Unique Culture

Indulge in a unique experience of visiting Bhutan with BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, your trusted travel partner. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS with our provision of unparalleled services guarantee that your travel to Bhutan will turn out to be an experience that will last you a lifetime.

Festival Gatherings

Indulge in a unique experience of visiting Bhutan with BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, your trusted travel partner. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS with our provision of unparalleled services guarantee that your travel to Bhutan will turn out to be an experience that will last you a lifetime.

Cultivation

Indulge in a unique experience of visiting Bhutan with BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS, your trusted travel partner. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS with our provision of unparalleled services guarantee that your travel to Bhutan will turn out to be an experience that will last you a lifetime.

Festival

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

Buddhism in Bhutan

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

Bird Watching

‘Joen Pa Lek soh’ or Welcome to Bhutan, a country that will fascinate any traveler or visitor with the magical variety it offers.

Atsara

Atsara is a character in the festivasl who are clowns.

Paro Airport

One of the most scenic airports in the world.

Botanical Tour

Bhutan: one big natural park
Endowed with abundant natural wealth, Bhutan is indeed one extensive natural park and a true paradise for nature lovers. Bhutan with 72% of its total area under forest coverage harbors a wide range of flora and fauna Read more...

Cultural Tour

Bhutan, a living museum
Bhutan is indeed a place where past meets the present. The cultural tours to Bhutan best showcases this aspect with an itinerary designed by putting in the unique combination of a distinct local flavor to that of modern services. Read more...

Photography Tour

The festivals of Bhutan are one of the most unique photographic experiences in Bhutan. Immense colour, drama , and culture. This tour explores both the intensity of festivals and the peacefulness of the countryside. Read more...

Trekking

Trekking in Bhutan sees a unique blend of easy and extreme treks, all of which tread along the ancient routes. Here in Bhutan ones option ranges from difficult treks like the snowman trek (considered

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Trekking

Trekking in Bhutan sees a unique blend of easy and extreme treks, all of which tread along the ancient routes. Here in Bhutan ones option ranges from difficult treks like the snowman trek (considered

as one of the toughest treks in the worlds) to easy treks like culture based treks to Bhutan.

The guide accompanying the trekkers are equipped with first aid kids and in cases of emergencies, the trekkers can be airlifted by a helicopter that will be arranged by BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS. Your comfort and security are our biggest concerns. BHUTAN TWIN TRAVELS treks are designed specifically designed for adventurers. With our carefully assembled dynamic trekking team, we look forward to introducing you to all the adventure trekking in Bhutan has to offer.

2.1.1. Bumthang Cultural trek
Bumthang Cultural trek, spanning for three days, is one of the easier treks in Bhutan that keep cultural exploration at the core of its itineraries. It starts at Toktu Zampa (Bridge) in Bumthang with Mesithang in Bumthang as the final point. During this trek one gets to camp at an elevation as high as 2,800 with the max elevation while travelling at 3,360m. Best season for trek:
March to May, and September to November
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2.1.2. Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek
It is one of the favorite treks in Bhutan. According to Tourism Council’s draft annual report for 2011, a maximum numbers of tourists or trekkers opted for this trek to Bhutan.
These six days of trek take you as high as 4,520m with camps set at an elevation of 4,300m. It is considered a medium standard trek in the difficulty rating with Gynekha (Thimphu) as the starting point and Chamgang (Thimphu) as the final point. During the trek one will come across several lakes like its name suggests.
Best season for trek:
April to June, and September to September
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2.1.3. Druk Path Trek
Druk path trek to Bhutan is another favorite of the trekkers. This easy trek spans over six days taking you to a max elevation of 4,200m with camp sites set as high as 4,110m. The trek begins at the National Museum in Paro and ends in Mothitang.
Best time for trek:
March to June, and September to November
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2.1.4. Duer Trek
Duer Trek is one of the treks in Bhutan that begins and ends in the beautiful valley of Bumthang. During the nine days of trek one reaches a max elevation of 4,700m with the need to camp at an elevation of 3,400m. The trek is rated as medium-difficult in its difficulty level. Best time for trek:
March to April, and September to November
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2.1.5. Gangtey Trek
Gangtey Trek is one of the easier treks to Bhutan with duration of three days. The trek starts from Phobjikha taking you through some of most beautiful of villages and sacred monasteries, and finishes in Tikke Zampa. The max elevation of the trek is 3,480m with the highest Camp at 3,330m.
Best time for trek:
September to May
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2.1.6. Jhomolhari Trek I and Trek II
Jomolhari Trek I
The nine days of trek in Bhutan takes you as high as 4,930m with highest point for camping at 4,080m. Jomolhari Trek I is longer of the two Jumolhari routes and considered a medium level trek in the difficulty rating. The trek begins at Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) and ends at Dodena (Thimphu).
Best time for trek:
March to June, and October to November
Jomolhari Trek II
Jumolhari Trek II lasts for eight days and is considered to be a medium difficulty level trek to Bhutan. This trek in Bhutan takes you to the highest points of 4,890m with the highest camp site at 4,080m. Unlike Jumolhari Trek I, this trek is a round trip trek beginning and ending at the same point in Drukgyel Dzong (Paro).
Best time for trek:
April to June, and October to November
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2.1.7. Laya-Gasa Trek
With a max Elevation of 5,005m and requirement to camp at places as high as 4,220m it is one of the harder treks in Bhutan. The 14 days trek starts from Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) and takes you till Tashitang (Punakha).
Best time for trek:
April to June, and mid September to mid November
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2.1.8. Gasa Hot Spring Trek
During the five days of trekking in Bhutan one will come across various natural hot springs with an opportunity to soak in them. The hot springs provide a much needed relaxation during the trek. The trekking trail has a max elevation of 2,430m with the camps set up at the highest elevation of 2,250m. It is one of the easier round trip treks that begins and end in
Tashitang (Punakha)
Best time for trek:
March to December
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2.1.9. Samtengang Winter Trek
The four day trek in Bhutan is based around Punakha and Wangdue Phodrang, the two states in central Bhutan. This easy trek starts from Punakha and ends at Chhuzomsa area in Wangdue Phodrang. One gets to come across the beautiful village of Samtengang amongst other villages. The max elevation of the trek is 2,000m with the highest point for camping at 1,980m.
Best time for trek:
April to June, and September to October
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2.1.10. Nabji Korphu Community Based Trek
Like the name suggests, this trek in Bhutan involves and is woven around the Nabji Korphu Community which remains one of the least developed of places in Bhutan. Through this trek one can come across the ancient ways of living still practiced by the people of this community. This easy trek spans around 6 days reaching a maximum elevation of 1,500m.The trek begins from Tongtongphey (Trongsa) and ends at Reotala (Trongsa)
Best Seasons to trek:
October to April
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2.1.11. Snowman Trek I (to Sephu)
The snowman trek to Bhutan is considered to be one of the toughest treks in the world and is known to test even the most ardent of trekkers. This is first of the two snowman treks in Bhutan, and takes 25 days to complete. One has to trek through a trail that reaches a top elevation of 5,320m with requirement to camp at 5,050m. This starting point of the trek is:
Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) with Sephu (Trongsa) as the final point.
Best Seasons to trek:
Mid June to Mid October
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2.1.12. Snowman Trek II (to Bumthang)
The second of the Snowman treks to Bhutan also spans for 25 days. The elevation too is somewhat similar to the snowman man trek I with a maximum elevation of 5,320m with requirement to camp at elevation as high as 5,120m.
However, these two treks follow two different trekking trails with Trek II starting at Drukgyel Dzong (Paro) and ending at Duer Village (Bumthang).
Best time to trek:
Mid June to Mid October
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2.1.13. Rodung La Trek
It is one of the few treks in Bhutan that begins in central Bhutan and takes you to the easternmost region. The 10 days trip begins from Toktu Zampa (Bumthang) and ends in Trashi Yangtse. Trekkers will have to reach a max elevation of 4,160m with highest Camp pitched at 3,680m. The trek is rated as moderate in the difficulty rating.
Best Seasons to trek:
October to early November and April to early May
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Central Bhutan

TRONGSA:  Elevation 2,316m

About four hour’s drive from Wangduephodrang is the central district of Trongsa, the ancestral home of Bhutan’s royal family, from where the first two kings ruled the kingdom.

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Western Bhutan

THIMPHU:  Elevation 2,320m

Thimphu is the capital of Bhutan with a population of approximately 100,000 people.  Thimphu became the capital in 1961, and the town is the largest in Bhutan.

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East & South

For those with enough time on their hands, venture into eastern Bhutan for something quite different.  This is the land of the Sharchops, who speak their own language and nurture their own culture and weave beautiful textiles.

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