Trekking in Bhutan offers an ample opportunity to explore and experience the rich Buddhist culture, history, lifestyle of the people and bio diversity of flora and fauna. Almost all the areas of the kingdom is mountainous, with furious rivers sourcing from the high Himalaya, and over two-thirds is densely forested. Besides the dramatic landscape is enriched with mighty dzongs (fortified monasteries), towering poles of fluttering Buddhist prayer flags and lonely chortens (stone monuments containing religious relics and sometimes prayer wheels). Trekking in Bhutan is permitted but only on around a dozen recognized trails that lead us through the rugged terrain, isolated settlements, scenically beautiful alpine pasturelands, rhododendron forests, the foothills of the snow peaked mountains, river banks, green valleys and beautiful natural lakes. Trekking in Bhutan is mean to be a soul searching venture in this remote and little explored kingdom in the Himalayas. Duration of the treks can be short and easy ones to long and challenging going from 3000m up to 6000m. Trek Himalaya offers all the trekking trips with guaranteed departure, safety and comfort for all the travelers who wish to trek in Bhutan. As altitude sickness is an acute problem for trekkers in Bhutan, we therefore have proposed in all our short and long trekking itineraries an appropriate number of days for acclimatization.