Chomolhari is one of the most popular and second highest peak of Bhutan attached with Tibetan Border. This peak is also known as Jomolhari by local and Tibetan people. This beautiful trek will lead you to Chomolhari Base Camp where you can enjoy varied landscapes, floras and faunas. The biggest highlight of the trek is spectacular views of mount Chomolhari from Chomolhari Base Camp. The trek passes though Yak herders small settlements in the Himalayas and will take you via small villages. Chomolhari Trekking is a genuine Himalayan experience will lead you to high alpine Himalayas with the help of local guides. This is an adventure of lifetime that only few people will ever see. Spend some days in the Himalayas to enjoy splendid moments of your life around small and beautiful valleys in front of snowy peaks.
Day to Day Itinerary
Day 01: Fly to Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT], afternoon sightseeing
Day 02: Morning walk to Taktsang monastery [Tiger’s Nest)
Day 03: Trek to Shana [2,800M / 9,186FT]
Day 04: Trek to Soi Thangthanka [3,500M / 11,482FT]
Day 05: Trek to Jangothang [4,080M / 13,385FT]
Day 06: Acclimatisation day at Jangothang [4,080M / 13,385FT]
Day 07: Trek to Lingshi [4,150M] crossing Nyile La [4,890M / 16,043FT]
Day 08: Trek to Sho-Du [3,950M / 12,959FT]
Day 09: Trek to Barshon [3,680M / 12,073FT]
Day 10: Trek to Dolam Kencho [3,430M / 11,253FT]
Day 11: Trek to Dodena [2,600M / 8,530FT], drive to Thimphu [2,330M / 7,644FT]
Day 12: Sightseeing in Thimphu if time permits then drive to Paro [2,280M / 7,840FT]
Day 13: Rest day in Paro, visit around the town, shopping etc.
Day 14: Departure back to home
We wish you had memorable adventure with Himalayan Leisure, Inc.!