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    Jomolhari Trek

    The Jomolhari Trek offers a challenging yet rewarding journey through Bhutan’s stunning landscapes. Starting with a city tour of Paro, the trek spans 12 days, covering approximately 117 kilometers. Highlights include picturesque views of the Paro Chuu River, encounters with herders’ camps, and glimpses of majestic peaks like Mount Chomolhari. The trek involves ascending high mountain passes, such as Nyilila Pass at 4890 meters, and exploring historical sites like Lingshi Dzong. After concluding the trek in Dodena, participants enjoy sightseeing in Thimphu before returning to Paro. The tour culminates with a hike to the iconic Taktsang Monastery before departure.

    Day 1 : Paro Arrival And City History Tour

    Day 2 : Frist Trek Day- Sharna Zampa To Thangthangkha

    Day 3 : Second Day Trek- Thangthangkha To Jangothang

    Day 4 : Short Hike Around The Campsite And Rest

    Day 5 : Third Day Trek Jangothang To Lingshi

    Day 6 : Tough Forth Day Trek- Lingshi To Shodu

    Day 7 : Fifth Trek Day- Shodu To Ruins Of Barshong

    Day 8 : Sixth Trek Day- Barshong To Thimphu Chu River

    Day 9 : Final Trek Day- Thimphu Chu River To Dodena

    Day 10 : Thimphu Sightseeing And Transfer To Paro

    Day 11 : Hike To Taktsang ( Tigernest) Monastery

    Day 12 : Departure- Wish You All The Best

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    The Jomolhari Trek in Bhutan is a 12-day adventure starting with a city tour in Paro. The trek begins on day two from Sharna Zampa to Thangthangkha, covering 17 kilometers along the Paro Chuu River with an altitude gain to 3610 meters. Day three continues to Jangothang, offering views of Mounts Chomolhari and Jichu Drake. Day four allows for rest and short hikes. Day five leads to Lingshi, passing the Nyilila pass at 4890 meters. Day six involves a tough trek through Yale-La Pass to Shodu. Day seven heads to the ruins of Barshong, followed by trekking along the Thimphu Chu River on day eight. On day nine, the trek ends in Dodena, and sightseeing in Thimphu occurs on day ten. Day eleven involves a hike to Taktsang Monastery, a famous religious site. The journey concludes on day twelve with departure from Paro. Throughout, meals and accommodations are provided, offering an immersive experience in Bhutan’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.

    • Bhutan visa fee
    • Government royalty & taxes
    • Dedicated English speaking tour guide
    • Dedicated tour vehicle and driver
    • 3-star accommodation (twin sharing)
    • Daily 3 meals (B/L/D)
    • Airport transfers
    • Bottled water
    • Flights to and from Bhutan
    • Personal expense/shopping
    • Alcoholic Beverages
    • 4 or 5 star accommodation (extra charges will apply)
    • Travel insurance
    • Entry fees to parks and monuments
    • Tips for guide and driver
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    Package : Jomolhari Trek - 11 Nights | 12 Days