- One of the finest treks in Bhutan
- Wonderful view of Mt. Chomolhari (7,315m)
- Explore Jangothang (4,080m), the ultimate Base Camp in Bhutan
- High altitude experience, off-the-beaten-path
- The trek commences from the valley town of Paro and concludes at the modern city of Thimphu.
- Visit Bhutan's mystical and most prominent landmark- Tiger’s Nest Monastery, sitting on the edge of a cliff.
- Learn about the ancient beliefs and myths surrounding various monasteries throughout the trek.
- Enjoy walking by the rice terrace and millet field as you pass by small villages with traditionally built houses on the way to Shana.
- Savor the beauty of the snowcapped Jomolhari mountain at a distance from your campsite at Thangthagkha.
- Observe the way of life of the Bhutanese people in the small village of Sio, Takethang, and Dangochang.
- Get a chance to spot birds like Fire-tailed Sunbird, White-throated Dipper, Yellow-billed Chough, and more.
- Relish the panoramic views of mountains like Jichu Drake and Tshering Gang
Jomolhari Trek is longer than the Jomolhari Loop – the most popular trekking routes in Bhutan. With altitude differences of 2,500m and nearly 5,000m it offers a wide range of landscapes, fauna and flora. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari Basecamp (Jangothang). This is an exceptional beauty trek in context of Bhutan geography. Jomolhari treks is also beginning from Paro city. The actual trek starts from a walk past the Drukgyal Dzong at Paro. The trail allows you to walk through the terrace and millet fields alongside the Pachu river and the apple orchards to Gunitsawa and eventually to Shana. Most of the campsites from hereon are nestled in between pine forests. The trek gets even more interesting and challenging as you head to Thangthangkha at 3750m, a sudden altitude change. The main highlights of this day are entirely the views of one of the highest mountains in the world, Jomolhari Mountain (7326m/24,035ft), that first come to sight in this trek. This is one of the biggest attractions of the trek.
We have offered the Chomolhari (Jomolhari) Loop trek for eight days and a comprehensive itinerary for 12 days, including a cultural tour in Bhutan. Chomolhari (Jomolhari) Trek provides a diverse variety of Bhutanese Landscapes. This trek is considered a kind of moderate to demanding trail, and the best times to trek this glorious eight days trek are April to May and Sep to Nov. During this trek, you will be camping for seven nights and the rest of the days at the hotel.