Just as Tibet is known as the Roof of the World, so Bhutan is called the Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon. Bhutan is a mysterious and remote mountainous country that restricts the number of foreigners allowed to visit annually. Consequently, the countryside is pristine and the peoples’ way of life largely remains as it has been for centuries. Bhutan is a strictly Buddhist country, abounding with vibrant religious festivals and celebrations that few outsiders are privileged to observe and participate in. By joining one of our trekking holidays or tours of Bhutan, we ensure that you are one of those privileged few.
Our Bhutan tour will leave you with a strong appreciation of what sets this enigmatic country apart from all other countries. Each tour is individually designed to meet the needs and expectations of the participants, whether that be a focus on the spirituality of the Bhutanese, the exploration of remote villages or unique cultural sites, following ancient trade routes, or mountain climbing. The Bhutan tour typically includes two treks: the Bumthang Valley Trek and the Jomolhari Trek. Bumthang is one of the most historical cities in Bhutan and is noted for its Buddhist temples and monasteries, and legend has it that it was blessed by Guru Padmasambhava. The surrounding valley is famous for its spectacular scenery and glaciers. The Jomolhari Trek is popular because it offers the opportunity to observe diverse and abundant flora and fauna, and visits to important sites such as Mt. Jomolhari, Jigme Singye National Park, and Jomolhari base camp can all be incorporated into the trek.
A visit to Bhutan is truly a life-changing experience. The spirituality of the Bhutanese and the awe-inspiring scenery of this magnificent country must be experienced at least once. All Bhutan tours are organized to comply with the tourist regulations of the Government of Bhutan.
Upper Mustang Trek
My wife and I went to Upper Mustang in October of 2016 with Prem Pandit from Mountain Hawk Treks. I can only say that it was the most remarkable trip we've ever been on. Mustang is vast, stark, raw, remote, and to date, unspoiled.
- Thomas and Marian Corbyons
Thank you Prem for your guidance and hospitality on my trip around the Himalaya. It was a great trip, once I will never forget. Your knowledge of the mountains is amazing. I will no doubt be back and calling you and join on Mountain Hawk Trek again.
- Ricky Mossman
New Zealand, Auckland
Recommend Mountain Hawk for anyone going trekking in Nepal
Mountain Hawk were recommended to me by friends who trekked with them last year on their honeymoon. From the organising perspective, couldn't have been easier. Prem was quick to reply to any emails as I worked out exactly what I wanted to, which ended up going to Chitwan NP and doing the Everest Base Camp trek.
- Matthew Werner
August 07, it was our first time in Nepal, and we decided to go to the Upper Mustang (there is no bad monsoon time there at this time). We were solucky, that Prem was our guide and companion during 2 weeks.
Annapurna Circuit in May
it was great while we were there together on the mountains etc. All in the same boat and as they say that sinking feeling but we were adamant and were keen on not letting the ship drown and carried on and persevered and eventually we saw light at the end of the tunnel - literally - we reached muktinath -a very holy place for buddhists and hindus alike !!!
- Nitin Shah
Kenya and UK ,
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