Bhutan offers huge variety of rafting and kayaking from short and easy rafting experiences for beginners to mad adventures for real freaks in expedition style combining few rivers. Most of the rivers grading 2-5 classes are found best for kayaking as they are narrow and low water. Best time is March to April and November to December.
The Vertical Bhutan Climbing Club first introduced rock climbing in Bhutan in 1998. Climbing rock ideally situated just above Bhutan’s capital Thimphu, offers 13 different safely bolted climbing routes in difficulty degrees from 4B up to 7B in lengths between 12 and 27 meters. The club provides climbing equipment and training if required.
The Royal Thimphu Golf Course is a challenging nine hole (par 33 golf) course beautifully set up between Thimphu’s Tashichodzong and the views of spectacular mountains. The course’s water hazards are man made and are strategically placed for a challenging game on the narrow fairways.