The complexity with trekking here, aside from the huge cost is the climate. Different from Nepal & Ladakh, the windows for excellent trekking in Bhutan
are small about 3 weeks in April & 3-4 weeks in October.However, the authorized season expands longer; you have the greatest chances of clear weather and some snow in the second half of April or the first three weeks of October. There are numerous low-altitude “winter treks” bolt, which can be walked in other seasons.2. Difficulty:
However, most of the tracks themselves are not hard, the high altitude and complexity of reaching support services means that particularly the treks through the High Himalayas are not for the week persons lacking courage. But, if you have saved up some cash, & are in good shape, you will have one of the most excellent possible experiences.3. The Cafeteria:
This point is at middle through the trek. Also, it’s super costly. One tea cost you 150 or so. If you think you cannot trail all the way you have a choice to take a horse ride up-to this point only.4. Accommodation:
Housing is one of the major problems during your trip the charges of accommodations are very high.One of the challenges of the trek is the remoteness of the nation being visited as there are few villages & the chances for helicopter flight are slim. This is really one of the few places you are on your for a long duration while trekking in the Himalayas. The greatest chance for good climate is during October before the snows come to the high passes & just after the heavy rain ends.