Mount Jomolhari, at 7,326 m, is considered extremely holy by the Bhutanese and the Tibetans. According to popular lore, this is the sacred home of protector Goddesses, Jomo. Jomolhari trek takes one closer to this point and offers its divine view, that which will stir you physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
This excellent trekking and sightseeing journey experiences two distinct sides of Bhutan. From some of its most intriguing cultural monuments to its breathtaking landscapes, this trip takes you deep into the heart of Bhutan's remote corners. You will see how this trip seamlessly swaps the urban charm of Paro for the beautiful mountainous lands that few travelers have visited.
Trekking in Bhutan is an incredible experience that you must have once in a lifetime. Arriving in Paro, you will have a chance to enjoy this quaint city and visit its various historical and religious sites, including the famed Taktsang 'Tiger's Nest' Monastery. From the old Drukgyel Dzong, we begin trekking to Shana, where unrivalled access to some exceptional sights, open up before you instantly.
This is an exceptional trekking trip, where you will have the opportunity to enjoy rustic charms and unparalleled views while you reach the serene paradise of Bhutan’s remote region. The trekking route begins from Paro’sDukgyel Dzong and takes you through dense thickets to reach places where no population can be found other than occasional nomadic Yak herders. This trek will take you to some of the highest mountain passes in the world, including the Yeli La Pass, at an elevation of 4,820m.
The scenic and dramatic features of Bhutan’s elevated expanses are filled with many vantage points that offer, at proximity, many snow-capped peaks, and the majestic Mount Jomolhari as the most prominent one.