Bhutan, ‘the land of thunder Dragon’ and ‘the last Shangri La’ on earth, is situated in the lap of Eastern Himalayas between India and the People’s Republic of China. Covering an area of 18000 sq miles, the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is one of the most isolated nations in the world. Spectacular mountain terrain, varied flora and fauna and unique ancient Buddhist monasteries have made Bhutan an exemplar tourist destination, it is bestowed with rich bio-diversity harboring around 300 medicinal herbs and 165 endangered species. Each part of Bhutan has its own, historical, geographical, cultural, traditional and religious significance.
Very little or no physical activit is involved.
A few hours of walking may be involved in the day on mostly flat paved ground.
You need to be in average physical condition, able to walk up to a maximum of 5 hours a day on unpaved trails and track.
You need to be in good physical condition; be ready to walk up to 8 hours a day for consecutive days on rocky and icy terrain. Technical climbing Equipment is required.
You need to be in excellent physical condition: be ready to walk or climb more than 10 hours a day. You may be subjected to face extreme weather and high altitude. The terrain will be very rock and icy and remote. Technical climbing equipment is required.