Chomolhari is an intimate wilderness trek which offers
a variety of trekking conditions, from remote farmland and blue pine forests,
to alpine pasture land and breath-taking mountain views.
trek is an ideal adventure for nature lovers who are seeking a Himalayan
wilderness immersion and absolutely
You will hike through the heart of wildlife-rich. The sky-piercing peaks,
thunderous waterfalls, turquoise lakes and streams, Rolling Meadows filled with
wildflowers, remote yak herders’ villages, and forests of rhododendron, pine,
juniper and fir provide the perfect backdrop for this inspiring and challenging
Get ready to be rewarded with up-close views of Bhutan’s most beautiful
This three day trek around Bumthang offers
both fantastic views of an unspoiled natural environment endowed with a diverse
array of flora and fauna as well as an opportunity to visit ancient Buddhist
temples and monasteries.
The trail takes you through forests of blue
pine, birch, maple, spruce, juniper, bamboo and a beautiful, rugged landscape
draped in countless varieties of rhododendrons.
As you walk along the tranquil ridges and
mountains of Bumthang you will be treated to unparalleled views of Mt. Gangkar
Puensum, the highest unclimbed peak in the world. There is an abundance of
avian wildlife in this area and pheasants such as the beautiful Himalayan
Tragopan are a common sight around April-May.
One of the best times to undertake this trek
is in late spring, between April and early June when the rhododendrons are in
This twelve day trek takes you into
an area adorned with a multitude of pristine, crystal clear lakes after starting your trek from Gynekha near Paro.
As you walk
amidst the shimmering lakes you’ll be treated to stunning views of the entire
Himalayan mountain range and some of the world’s highest peaks including Mt.
Everest, Jomolhari, Masang Gang, Jichu Drake, Gangche Ta and many more.
During the trek an entire day will
be dedicated to visiting some of the more picturesque lakes, fishing and
resting. The trail also takes you through several Bhutanese villages so you can
get a good idea of traditional Bhutanese village life as you make your way back
from the lakes.
While this is a somewhat strenuous
trek, it is well worth the effort because of the tranquillity and beauty of
natural landscape that you will enjoy during the journey. The best time to
embark on this trek is between April to June or September to October.
beautiful country is closely related to its traditional past. Embark on this
delightful trip that provides an insight into the culture and lifestyle of
From the sacred temples of Paro to the spiritual sanctuary of Bumthang,
this trip takes you through cultural and ecological landscapes of this place.
Your tour focuses on Bumthang and Thimphu. Bumthang is Bhutan's
spiritual heartland. Attend a local Buddhist festival called Nimalung-tsechu, an event that perfectly
captures traditional Bhutanese culture.
Explore the stunning fusion of the old and new with a trip to the
nation’s capital – Thimphu.
Experience bliss on this unique journey that paints a sensitive portrait of the
Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan.
best known for the strength and vitality of its traditional culture and its
rich and undisturbed natural environment.
combining a tour, day hikes and a short trek, will imbue you with an
appreciation of many of the country's essential elements.
sacred valley of Paro, the area first converted to Buddhism, through Punakha,
seat of the Shabdrung, the unifier of the nation, to Thimphu, the modernizing
You will undertake a charming winter trek from Trongsa, the birthplace of the
Monarchy, to the scenic valley of Pobkikha and the monastery at Gangtey.
There is no
better way to witness Bhutan's superb ecology and enduring village-centered way
of life as you are transported back to a time of simple communities,
inspirational saints, glorious leaders and fantastic legends.