Trekking in Bhutan is different from Nepal. In Nepal, most of the trek routes run through spaced villages where trekkers find small lodges or teahouses for their shelter at night. You can also do an independent trek by arranging your own guide and porters and not being in a group. While on the other hand, trekking in Bhutan is a complete wilderness experience. In Bhutan, trekking is being arranged a camping trips. You will be on a guided trek sleeping inside tents at designated campsite. The assistants walk ahead of the trekking group each day and pitch tents before the trekkers arrive. A hot cuppa tea waiting in the dining tent is a most welcome treat after hours of tedious walk. All trekking groups are accompanied by a trained guide and trek chef. You will also have with you trek assistants and horsemen assembled from local community. Instead of porters, horses or yaks will carry your belongings and food supplies. Trekkers only have to carry their backpack for personal items such as camera, toiletries and water bottle etc.