Jomolhari Round Trek
-Trek through rarely visited valleys
-Awesome views of Jumolhari, Jitchu Drake and Tsheringkhang
-Meet yak-herders at their camp sites
-Learn about subsistence living and how life is without Modernity
-Witness the colours, sounds and culture of this isolated country
Jomolhari Trek I is the longer one of the two Jomolhari routes- and the most popular trek in Bhutan. With altitude differences of 2,500m. and nearly 5,000m. (lowest and highest point of the route), it offers a wide range of landscape ,fauna and flora. The highlight of this trek is the spectacular view of Mount Jomolhari from Jomolhari Basecamp, Jangothang. Nearly the whole trek goes through a small part of the Jigme Singye National Park, passing a few of the Yak herder’s settlement and the remotest region of Lingshi. One should be reasonably physically fit to enjoy the majestic mountain views, endure thin air, serenity & the wilderness of the landscape while on the trek.
Moderate to Strenuous trekking and camping between 2800m/8185ft and 4,150m/13,615ft with hikes to 4,500m/14,760ft. Hiking daily between 5/8 hours in mountain trails in varied conditions involving frequent accents and descents. Fully supported trek with cook, helpers, all meals and camping equipment led by experienced local guides. All equipment and luggage will be carried by ponies with pony-men. Clients carry a light daypack (back pack) only and walk at your own pace.