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Jomolhari Trek

9 Nights / 10 Days Trekking

Jomolhari Trek

per person

Towering mountains, alpine meadows sprinkled with wildflowers, gleaming lakes, and picture-perfect villages of on green pastures—Bhutan is truly are a trekker’s paradise. This particular trek has been designed for an active trekker. Mount Jumolhari, at 7,314m, is one of the highest peaks in Bhutan and is the inspiring backdrop to several days of strenuous trekking, until we reach our highest point at 4,820m. Our journey through this magnificent alpine world begins from Paro to Shana, nestled alongside beautiful scenery. From there, our real trek begins in the Himalayan wilderness where the vegetation changes and allows you to enter into a territory that almost seems like an entirely different world.

This trek will take you to places like Lingshi, “the land at the top of the world,” which is a pristine realm of wild mountains, magnificent meadows, and tranquil hillocks and villages bathed in the vivid light of the Himalayan sun. You’ll experience it all on this trek with our experience trekking guide, forever catering to your curious mind. Along with the adventure, you’ll savor the sights and sounds of Bhutan’s wild frontiers and at the end of the day, find cozy tents overlooking the stark natural beauty of a land rarely seen by humans

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Paro / Paro
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and light jacket.
  • Included
    Jomolhari Trek
    3 Star Hotel Accommodation
    Basic Trekking Equipments
    All Ground Transportation
    All taxes and fees
    Entrance fees to all the monument and museum
    Royalty US$ 65/person/night(Child under 12 year is exempt from Royalty US$65)
    Personal Guide
    All Meal While Trek
  • Not Included
    One time visa fees US$40
    International Telephone Calls
    Laundry Bills
    Bar Bills
    Travel Insurance
    International Flights
    Mineral drinking water
    5 Star Accommodation
Day 1: Arrival Paro
The flight into Bhutan is one of the most interesting Mountain flights in the world. You will be welcomed by our representative from Bhutan Mystery Tours and transferred to the hotel. After a brief rest and lunch we will head towards the Ta Dzong, the National museum of Bhutan. After the visit to the Museum we take a short walk to the Rinpung Dzong often described as the fort with heaps of Jewel. Kyichu Lhakhang is the next place we visit. It is the oldest monument in the small kingdom of Bhutan. By the late afternoon we reach the Drukgyel Dzong (Bhutan Victory Fort) built around the mid 17th century in the memory of the Bhutanese victory over the Tibetan invaders.
Day 2: Excursion to the Tigers Nest (3190m).
After a warm and nice breakfast served at the hotel we will hike up the 4200 steps to the Tiger's Nest, locally known as the Taktsang Monastery. This monastery has been the identification of Bhutan since a long time because of its religious significance and also because of its location. The Mahayana Buddhist believes that the first Dalai Lama, Guru Padmasamva flied on a back of a tigress to her for Meditation. While coming down we will have lunch at halfway down the hill and continue to Paro.
Day 3: Drukgyel - Shana (Trek starts)
We take a short drive of 17 km to Drukgyel Dzong then start trekking to Shana. The trail gradually goes up through lush green forest, apple farms, small settlements and nice view of the meadows and surrounding hills. After walking for almost 3 hours we reach Gunitsawa which is bordering town with Tibet. Further walking up for another couple of hours we reach Shana, our overnight campsite.
Day 4: Trek to Soi Thangthangkha (3750m)
After breakfast we start the walk along the Paro River through the green forest. The walk is full of ups and down and we walk for almost 6 hours by the end of the day.
Day 5: Trek to Jangothang (4,040m)
This is one of the longest days in the trek. After starting the trip we walk for and cross the army camp which is followed by a climb of about 30 minutes taking us to the hill top with a nice view of snow capped mountains in the northern side. Another 3 hours ups and down and we reach the Yak Herds camp, where the lunch will be served. Further walking couple of hours from there we reach our camping site, Jangothang from where the famous Mt. Jomolhari as well as the Jichu Drake peak are seen in a not so far distance.
Day 6: Trek to Dhumzo (3800m) via Bonte la pass (4890m)
After breakfast we go down a little bit and then meet the Paro River crossing and cross the river to reach the Tshophu Lake (4380 meters), famous for the population of ruddy-shel ducks. These ducks who stick with the same partner for life are used as synonyms for couples who have spent a long time together in the eastern world. Walking an hour ahead of the lake we reach the base of the Bonte La pass. After a hard climb up we reach the top offering view of the Jomolhari and other mountain peaks. Our overnight camp is near by the base of the Pass on the other side.
Day 7: Trek to Thombu Shong (4180 m)
We have a short walk of about 4 and half hours today. Walking past the half way we reach the Takhung La pass situated at 4520 m. then a descend for a short while and walking ups and down for one more hour we reach Thombu Shong (4180 m). There you can see some summer huts of the Yak herders who come to find grass for their yaks during summer when it is warmer and with plenty of green grass for the cattle’s.
Day 8: Trek to Shana Zampa (2730 m)
From Thombu Shang to Zampa the total distance is little more than 12 km and will take us 5 hours to complete. We start the day after breakfast and approach the base of the Thombu La (4380 m). After crossing the pass we descend on the other side and continue in flat land for a while and then continuously descend to reach Gunitsawa (2730 m) nearby it is the camp site at Shana Zampa.
Day 9: Trek back to Drukgyel Dzong.
A short walk to Drukgyel Dzong and then we will take our drive of 17 km to Paro.
Day 10: Departure from Paro.
This morning we will have our last Bhutanese breakfast and then we’ll be transported to the Paro National Airport for our departure flights home. Bhutan is a place that we will never, ever forget. Magical memories will be ours to recall forever. Just close your eyes … Thank you and Tashi Delek!



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