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14 Days Jhomolhari Trek

The Jhomolhari Trek is one of the most popular treks in Bhutan. The trek offers a great variety of Bhutanese landscape, with spectacular views of some of the major passes and valleys and a wide range of  fauna and flora. The highlight of the trek is the majestic view of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari Basecamp in Jangothang. 

  • Bhutan Visa USD 20
  • All tours and transfers, including entrance fees
  • Accommodation - Hotel / Tented camp on trek (Twin-sharing)
  • Meals - Full board
  • English speaking guide


  • International return airfares Singapore - Paro
  • Upgrade of accommodation and flight 
  • Tipping & gratuities to guide & local staff
  • Extra fees for photo & video cameras in the museums, historical sights and game parks ( except those specified in the itinerary )
  • Personal travel equipment and gear
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Pre-trip medical immunizations
  • All expenses of a personal nature
  • All others not mentioned above

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Duration: 14 days
Dates :  
Group Size : minimum 3 persons
Maximum Altitude:  4900m

Contact us for private group trip and departure date. Group size = minimum 3 person. 


International airfare to Paro can be arranged on behalf

Best Time To Go:  Apr-May and Oct-Nov

Day 1 Singapore - Paro

Day 2

Paro - Sightseeing & acclimatization. 
(For the scheduled trip during Wangdi Festival, this day will be spent in Tashichhoe Dzong to witness the festival)

Day 3 Excursion to Taktshang (Tiger Nest Monastery)
Day 4- 13

Jhomolhari Base Camp Trek
After breakfast, drive from Paro to the start point of the trek in Drugyel Dzong. During the trek, you’lll have the opportunity to meet the Bhutanese village people who reside in the mountain valleys and yak herders living in their winter huts. The trek will take you through wide yak pastures and scenic mountain passes. Let snow capped peaks, rivers and waterfalls take your breath away, if the all that trekking have not.The trek ends at Dolam Kencho where you will be picked up by car to be transferred to the hotel in Paro.

Day 14 Paro - Singapore

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The difficulty with trekking here, aside from the high cost, is the weather. Unlike Nepal and Ladakh, the windows for good high-altitude trekking in Bhutan are short: about 3 weeks in April and 3-4 weeks in October. Although the official season extends longer, you have the best chances of clear weather and little snow in the second half of April or the first three weeks of October. There are several low-altitude "winter treks" however, which can be walked in other seasons.

The Jhomolhari trek is a strenuous trek and not for the faint-hearted.  It is best suited for seasoned trekkers with good physical fitness and exposure to high altitude trekking. To be able to enjoy the trek, participants are strongly encouraged to train for the trek at least 8 weeks before departure. The coldest temperature encountered on trek can be -10C or colder so good weather gear is required.  If you have saved up some money, in good shape, and well-prepared, you will have one of the best experiences imaginable.

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