Bhutan Chomolhari Trek is considered as the most astonishing and popular trekking trail of Bhutan. Nepal Intrepid Treks offers this amazing adventurous trekking trail of the small dragon kingdom. The journey is towards the Mt. Jomolhari (7326m) and also called as the Chomolhari. The mountain is considered as the home of the goddess Chomo of Bhutan and is highly regarded in this little Himalayan Kingdom.
The journey enhances the spirit of the adventure as well as the magnificent architectural brilliance of the Bhutan. Trekkers can find the stunning visuals of the Himalayan scenery including the world’s third highest mountain Mt. Kanchenjunga of Nepal as well. Moreover, the cultural excursion of the ancient cities like Paro and Thimpu could also raise the value of your trekking in Bhutan. The journey of the Bhutan is an amalgamation of the adventure and culture. Bhutan Chomolhari Trek is diversified within itslef. The trekkers climb the high passes and enjoy the marvelous view of the Yak Valleys. The sightseeing done in the cultural city of Bhutan the Paro offers the wonders of the ancestors of Bhutan. The palaces and the temples offers the scintillating experience of the holy affairs. The villages of the Shana, Jangothang and Thangthangka are other amazing pit stops of the trekking. During acclimatization while trekking in this trail the trekkers travel up the Tshopu Lake. The Lake is nestled at height of 4300 m. The scenery as seen from the place is just a touch away. You will have the closest view of the mountains. The trail then takes the steep downhill until the trekkers reach the Yaksa. The magnificent views of the mountains like Jichu Drakey and Jomolhari are equally scenic and beautiful. The trekking ends finally once the trekkers reached the Paro passing by Gunitsawa.
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|Day 1||Arrival in Paro – Thimphu (1.2 hrs)
The cheerful flight to Paro presents the astonishing View of Mountains. When you have arrived in little druk kingdom in Paro International Airport Intrepid Treks Airport Representatives will take you to the inn in Thimpu. On the off chance that you are going from Nepal then our delegate may go with you to Bhutan from Nepal itself. Thimpu Valley Sightseeing of dedication Chorten and Buddha see point happen.
|Day 2||Thimphu – Paro (2. 5 hrs)
This would be upbeat drive towards the Haa Valley. The rest in Chelela Pass which is situated at an elevation of 3988m gives shocking perspective of Mt. Jomolhari amid clean climate. The lovely Haa Valley anticipates us for overnight.
|Day 3||Paro sightseeing
The radiant day of touring in Paro formally happens today. The drive to northern end of Paro Valley for the astonishing climbing to Tiger Nest Temple happens. Tiger Nest is the acclaimed and image of national character of Bhutan too. The sanctuary is on the vertical precipice above 900m from its foothill. This two hours of climbing acclimatizes for following day’s trekking. While returning back the chronicled Drukgyel Dzong and Kichu Temple are gone to appeal to God for the best voyage ahead.
|Day 4||Paro – Shana (Trek start). Distance 15k, walking time: 6h, sleeping altitude: 2800m.
Antiquated Drugyal Dzong worked by Shabdrung to stamp triumph against Tibetans in 1654 is gone by first before trekking. The trail takes after the memorable site along the Paro Chu waterway going by the town of Tshento.
|Day 5||Shana – Thangthangka. Distance: 21k, Walking time: 8h, Sleeping altitude: 3630m.
This is the rough trail with various minimal tough and downhill. The trail can get to be sloppy amid stormy season and the trail is along the Paro Chu River also. This is where you will see the trail driving you towards Tibet.
|Day 6||Thangthangka – Jangothang. Distance: 16k, Walking time: 6h, Sleeping altitude: 4090m.
The settlements in this intersection of the trekking are exceptionally constrained. The camp in Jangothang will give the glorious perspective of the Mt. Chomolhari. The place is well known for different demolishes as should be obvious the various old settlements ruins.
|Day 7||Jangothang halt
Acclimatization is required for the trekking. Subsequently, a day’s rest will be in Jangothang. The climbing towards Tshophu Lake can be similarly spellbinding for the trekkers which are around 2 hours from Jangothang. The night will be spent in Jangothang.
|Day 8||Jangothang – Yaksa. Distance 17k, walking time: 7h, sleeping altitude 4090m.
The trail again achieves the Lake which trekkers went to the earlier day as a major aspect of acclimatization. Promote two hours of trekking and intersection the Bongtey La go here comes the awesome perspective of Jichu Drakey and Chomolhari. The trail then plummets towards Yaksa.
|Day 9||Yaksa – Thombu. Distance 14k, walking time 5h, Pass to cross: Thombu La, 4550m, sleeping altitude: 4150m.
The slow tough moving of around two hours will show up the tree lines entering towards another valley. The pass will be of around one hour climb lastly trekkers will achieve the glade of Yak Herders. This place in Thombu will be the camp during the current day’s trekking rest. In clear climate you can see the towns of Tibet too.
|Day 10||Thombu – Gunitsawa. Distance: 17k, walking time: 6h, sleeping altitude: 2600m.
The lofty climbing upwards will take you to the rough bluff with extremely unsafe drop. Around four hours of soak plummeting which is exceptionally vertical also will take you to the check post. Encourage two hours of trekking will take you to the campground of Gunitsawa.
|Day 11||Gunitsawa – Paro (Trek end). Distance: 10k, walking time: 4h.
This is the final day of the trekking. Once you have sighted the Drugyal Dzong the bus drive will take you back to Paro. You can visit around Paro.
The magnificent Bhutan Trekking ends here. You can continue trekking of the Nepal departing to Nepal or move to your home country.