Gangtey/Gogona Trek (8 days)
This trek is to the beautiful Phobjikha valley (3,000m), one of the few glacial valleys in Bhutan, which lies in the mountains east of Wangduephodrang. After crossing over the pass you soon come to the great monastery of Gangtey, established in the 17th century. The village of Phobjikha lies a few kilometers down from the monastery, on the valley floor. This quiet, remote valley is the chosen winter home of the rare black necked cranes, who migrate here annually from the Tibetan plateau. This moderate trek visits the villages of Gogona and Khotokha, passing through meadows and fields, then forests of juniper, magnolia and rhododendrons in full bloom in April. It is one of the finest low level treks in Bhutan.

The best time for trekking in this route is from March to May, and September to November.

Druk Path Trek (8 days)
This is a short five day trek, which leads from Paro to Thimphu or vice versa, crossing the chain of mountains that separates the two valleys. Although the route is sparsely inhabited, there are wonderful lakes teeming with fish and the area is famous for its spectacular rhododendron forests, which bloom in May. In the clear weather of late autumn and winter there are great views of the Himalayas.

This trek is usually possible from late February to June and from September to December.

Bumthang Cultural Trek (11 days)
Bumthang valley is considered as one of the most sacred places in the central region wherein many ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries are located in the region. It takes three days to trek passes through several villages on its meandering route through Bumthang countryside, and provides an exceptional opportunity for contact with Bhutanese rural life. The trek is usually recommended from March to May and September to November.

Jomolhari Trek (12 days)
Starting at Drukgyel Dzong, Paro this trek passes through scattered hamlets and farmland into a deep and richly forested valley, which leads to a high alpine pastureland where yak headers graze their domestic animals. The trek offers a taste of the great variety of Bhutanese landscape.The ideal time for this trek is from April to June and September to November.

Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek (11 days)
This short trek near Thimphu passes through numerous picturesque high altitude lakes. It is a moderate trek with short trekking days but with few steep climbs.The best months for this trek are in April, September and October.

Dhur Hot Spring Trek (16 days)
This trek route falls under old expedition route to Mt. Gangkhar Puensum. The trek is known for its hot springs.The recommended season is March to April and September to early November.

Bird Watching Tour
Despite its small size about 770 species of birds have been recorded in Bhutan and the kingdom is recognized as 221 global endemic birds’ areas. Within country’s borders there are extraordinary range of habitats, from some of the Himalaya’s most extensive and least disturbed tropical forests to cool broad leaved and towering evergreen forests of fir, hemlock and spruce.

The entire country is bisected by well-maintained paved road and birding especially in mid to late spring (late March to late May) is good virtually anywhere below 3,100 m. Unlike many part of Asia, one is not obliged to seek out a park or reserve or remnant patch of “good looking” habitat, since at any stop even in the midst of farmland, exciting birds are visible. The mixed broadleaf forests are much richer, and therefore more exciting for birding, than the rather slow growing monotypic stands of blue pine and particularly chir pine.