Chomolhari Bhutan Trek is a classic trek through one of the most isolated countries on Earth.The trek in Bhutan must be the ultimate goal of the Himalayan connoisseur. Trekking here is highly exclusive, with only a handful of walkers joining the nomadic yak herders and local villagers on the trails. Our new route takes us from the idyllic Paro Valley past abandoned dzongs (forts) to higher pastures overshadowed by the magnificent peaks of Chomolhari and Jichudrake.
We spend a day at Chomolhari Base Camp beneath this magnificent peak, before crossing the Nyile-La 4,900 m to the remote village of Lingshi. We then head south across the Yale La to the capital, Thimpu, where there will be time to visit the memorial stupa and the magnificent Tashicho Dzong, the seat of government.
In Bhutan Each year we run a competition that challenges you to design a trip for our Adventure Pioneers range. Out of the entries received we choose the most inspiring, sustainable and appealing to launch as a Himalayan Magic trip. They are pioneering. They are different. They are the very best of Himalayan Magic Treks. This trip breaks the mould and extends the boundaries of adventure travel.
Upon our arrival in Nepal, we were warmly greeted by Nabin, who imparted a wealth of knowledge and wisdom, acquired through years of experience. Subsequently, in Lukla, we were introduced to our guide, Kryshna, who proved to be nothing short of extraordinary. Words fall short in describing the breathtaking beauty that unfolded before our eyes. To our delight, the weather was exceptionally favorable, with clear blue skies and excellent visibility throughout most of our journey. Kryshna demonstrated an uncanny ability to anticipate our needs, consistently surpassing our expectations. Furthermore, he regaled us with captivating stories, music, and even dance, keeping us thoroughly entertained along the way, particularly during our stays at the tea houses. Additionally, Kryshna ensured that we had the finest sleeping accommodations, which pleasantly surprised us with their warmth and comfort.
In Bhutan when visiting Dzongs or monasteries please dress respectfully Arms and legs should be covered. Hats should be removed before entering. Please walk round any religious place in a clockwise direction. It is usual to leave a small donation (Nu10/20) when visiting a temple. You will also need to remove your shoes when entering temples. By law, $70 of the daily cost of any trip in Bhutan goes towards education and health
Arrival at Paro by Bhutan air, meet our staff then transfer to Hotel
Hike to Taktsang Monastery.
Drive to Drugyel Dzong and trek to Shana camp
Trek from Shana to Soi Thangthangkha.
Trek from Soi to Jangothang.
A rest day at Jangothang.
Trek from Jangothang to Lingshi.
Trek from Lingshi to Shodu.
Trek from Shodu to Barshong.
Trek from Barshong to Dodina and drive to Thimphu.
Sightseeing in Thimphu and drive to Paro.
Departure transfer to airport for your onward Destination.
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