Bhutan Jewel Travel

Easy Level Treks

Easy Level Trek do require good stamina and a love for Hiking.

Bhutan’s Easy level treks are for those who wants to have a shorter duration of trek days and have an easier trek route to tread on. The Scenic beauty, flora and fauna are very similar to the Hard and Moderate level treks.

Someone who wants to be away from the motor able roads and walk in silence to be in one with nature can do these treks. Even children above the age of 15 Years can do these treks.It will make children aware and appreciate the clean air, fresh waters with pristine environment.

jomolhari trekking

Bhutan has beautiful Hiking Trails of a few hours to even a whole day. If you want to walk and experience Bhutan on foot,but cannot take up the treks or do not like camping the night out, then you can always do a day’s hike.

punakha dzong

This trek is an easy way to see a lot of different aspects of the natural world, including some of the best views of the mountains.

jomolhari trekking

This is a great hike for seeing lots of different kinds of flora and fauna with some fine views of the mountains as a bonus.

Taktshang-Tigers Nest

We particularly recommend this moderately difficult trek to nature lovers for the spring, when rhododendron and magnolia are in full bloom.

Taktshang-Tigers Nest

This is a short and easy trek for those who want to experience the cultural aspects of Bhutan but also want to enjoy a little exercise in our beautiful natural environment.

lingshi trek

The Royal Heritage Trek is yet another tourism product developed to commemorate the past 100 years of the Monarchy’s royal heritage and historic travel route between Bumthang and Trongsa Dzongkhags.

The Nabji Trail is an ideal post-harvest/winter trekking open from October up to the end of March. The trail is set out in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, a park with an ecological rich environment.