The trek to Chomolhari is a sacred trek. In Bhutan, people look at the mountains as some sort of divine power. In Bhutanese, Chomolhari is pronounced Jumolhari and means the heavenly deity of animals. Believing that the deity could be upset and their yaks, sheep and other livestock might perish, the nomads in the region will not allow any climbing on their mountain.
For trekking, spring and fall have the clearest weather, but if you are an alpine flower lover, consider the months of June to August. After mid-July, however, rain is more frequent, so there is a bit of a trade-off between flowers and showers.
*NOTE: All trekking times in the itinerary are approximate and depend on each individual hiker, as well as weather. They are meant only as guides.
Trip Dates & Pricing
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October 6, 2019 - October 17, 2019
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Land Cost: Starting At $3950 per person*
*Based on 4-6 People (excluding international air)
Experience & Explore
- Day 1
Arrive in Bhutan and drive Thimphu via farmhouse and iron Bridge.
- Day 2
Tour Thimphu, including weekend market.
- Day 3
Early AM Drive to Shana. Start trek at Drugyal Dzong. (Trekking: 5-6 hours)
- Day 4
Trek to SindoZam. (Trekking: 6-7 hours)
- Day 5
Trek to Jangothang Base camp. (Trekking: 6 hours)
- Day 6
Explore base camp. Day hike for views of Jichudrake, Tserimgang and Chomolhari.
- Day 7
Trek to Soi Yaksa. (Trekking: 6-7 hours) Pass lakes and gaze at snow covered peaks.
- Day 8
Trek to Thongbu. (Trekking: 4-5 hours)
- Day 9
Trek to Shanawoma. (Trekking: 4-5 hours)
- Day 10
End trek and head back to Paro. Lunch in Paro.
- Day 11
Visit Taktsang Monastery (Tiger’s Nest), Kyichu Lhakhang. Farewell Dinner.
- Day 12