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Jomolhari Base Camp Trek

Jomolhari PeakThis moderate hike is one of the most popular among enthusiastic trekkers. It provides the opportunity to see a great variety of flora and fauna including rhododendron and blue sheep. We pass many mountain lakes and get some really magnificent mountain views.

Day 1:
Arrive at Paro, clear immigration and customs, I will meet as you exit the airport, and take you to the hotel. hotel. Orientation. Visit the National Museum of Bhutan and Paro Dzong. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2:
Sightseeing in Paro Valley. Overnight at hotel.

Day 3:
Walk/hike to Tiger’s Nest, Taktshang Monastery. Lunch at Taktshang teahouse with its spectacular view of the famous monastery. Overnight at hotel.

Day 4:
Paro to Shana, the main trek begins with a 17 km walk at 2800m.

Day 5:
Shana to Soi Thangtahankha is an all day, 9-10hrs walk, at about 3750m.

Day 6:
Soi Thangtahankha to Jangothang, This 19 km trail averages 4040m.

Day 7:
Jangothang to Lingshi, Today is about the same distance and altitude as the previous day.

Day 8:
Lingshi to Shodu, A little shorter and a little lower altitude, 18 km at 3963m.

Day 9:
Shodu to Barsong, this is 13 kms at less than 4000 m.

Day 10:
Barsong to Dolam Kencho, a repeat of length and altitude of previous day.

Day 11:
Dolam Kencho to Thimphu, We finish with a fairly long 17 km trail but at a lower altitude of only 2400m.

Day 12:
Thimphu valley sightseeing. Overnight at hotel.

Day 13:
Tours of handicraft center and shopping in the morning; in the afternoon, visit Bhutan’s oldest Dzong, Simtokha, and then drive to Paro. Overnight at hotel.

Day 14:
Drive to airport to check in for your early morning departure.

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