Bhutan Camping Tours 2023/2024

2 great camping tours in Bhutan. Searching for a camping tour in Bhutan? Below you will find 2 curated camping tours taking place in Bhutan with 7 reviews. Our camping tours are supplied by 2 hand-picked tour agencies in Bhutan. With tour prices ranging from 2,342 USD to 5,134 USD and tour durations varying from 8 days and to 11 days, there is plenty to choose from.

2 Camping tours with 7 Reviews

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Bhutan Dragon Kingdom

of 5 reviews
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  • No booking fees
A peaceful and accessible escape into the lush forests of Bhutan, without committing to a more lengt ...
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Mountains +3 more
  • Accommodation Camping, Hotel & Tent
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 18-99 yrs
  • Operated in English
days11 From US$ 5,690 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Mar 13 10+ seats left
  • Mar 20 10+ seats left
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Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek

of 2 reviews
  • Free cancellation
  • Trip customizable
We have joined a group tour organized by this local travel specialist for Dagala Thousand Lakes trip ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Adventure +2 more
  • Accommodation Camping, Hotel, Hut & Resort
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 16-75 yrs
  • Operated in Chinese, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
days08 From US$ 2,465 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Dec 10
  • Dec 11
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Bhutan Camping Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 7 customer reviews
Wonderful Trekking Experience
5 - Excellent
  • Saish Naik
“The trek started from a remote village in Thimphu and the trekking trail offered breathtaking views of gorgeous mountains. We were able to see the entire Himalayan ranges and came across plentiful of crystalline lakes. The 5 days trek was not very strenuous and we were able to enjoy the beautiful scenery and tranquility of secluded mountains high above sea level. The tour ended with a hike the signature spot of Bhutan, Paro Taktsang which was a great experience. The highlights of the tour were mountains- lakes and Taktsang”
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“What can we say From landing at what is probably the worlds most beautiful airport in Paro, to a marvellous hotel just outside the lovely town of Paro, the stunning Tigers Nest monastery climb (and descent!) followed by 6 hard days slogging on the Druk Path through forests, rhododendron glades and along ridges in rain and hail. We passed zhongs and apple orchards and small farms. We made friends with camp dogs and horses and stood above rainbows. We camped by glacier lakes and woke up to a frosty still morning and warmed up by climbing up and up to stand among stupas and prayer flags stuttering and flapping in the wind through the passes between valleys. The guide and crew kept us warm, fed and coffeed along the track and in the camps. The supplied camping gear was top notch quality and even in the coldest night at altitude we were snug and warm. The guys and the horses worked tirelessly and always had a smile and a laugh, even at 6AM when they showed up outside the tents with bed tea or coffee and hot water. We couldnt and wouldnt have done it without them. At the end of the trail to be greeted with momos and chilli sauce and a beer was going over and above. This was even more appreciated then the hot shower at the hotel in Thimpu. The Bhutanese people are warm, open and above all friendly. A local farmer open his home to us and allowed the group to explore and marvel at the beauty of his home and even offered tea. The people are smiles wherever you go and even the local dogs seem calm and contented, sleeping almost everywhere, even in the middle of the road, just another obstacle to be dodged by the traffic. I may never do another trek (thank you knees!) but I will return to Bhutan and try and see more of this amazing place. You want a short somewhat challenging glorious walk in a lovely unspoilt part of the world Do the Druk Path. You want to see a place where the people seem genuinely happy and dont seem to be racing for the next big thing What are you waiting for, see Bhutan before the word gets out.”
Incredible Bhutan Experience
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“We have joined a group tour organized by this local travel specialist for Dagala Thousand Lakes trip in 2019. It was one of the most scenic treks that I have ever been to. All along the way you will be greeted by towering Himalayas like Mountain Jumolhari, Kanchenjunga, Tsheringma and on occasion you may see Mount Everest as well. I took this trek on end of May when the wild flower was in bloom. The trek also gives you a glimpse of many glacial lakes. We had a wonderful trekking experience with the agency. Thank you. Note: Please bring warm clothes as it can get chilly on such elevation even during May month.”

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