Come March 2022, the Kingdom of Bhutan will reopen the historically sacred Trans Bhutan Trail for the first time in 60 years.
The trail will be inaugurated by the King of Bhutan, who envisions the trail creating opportunities for tourism and spiritual discovery.
Tourism company G Adventures has been chosen by the Bhutan Canada Foundation as the first operator to run the tours, with 11-day and 12-day options now available to be booked via the G Adventures website.
The trips include options of homestays, locally owned accommodation and camping.
The history of the trail stretches back thousands of years to when it was part of the Silk Road, connecting fortresses in the remote eastern Himalayas.
“We’re honoured to be working with the Bhutan Canada Foundation and the Trans Bhutan Trail to launch this newly restored route in magical Bhutan. It’s a country we’ve run tours in for more than a decade and have long admired for its commitment to the happiness of its people and sustainable way of life, which are both philosophies that align with our values as an organisation.”
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