Jumolhari Trek is the most popular adventure trip in Bhutan. It is a combination of cultural, religious, and mountain scenery. Jumolhari Trek begins from the beautiful city of Paro, where you will visit most attraction sites around Paro Valley including the famous Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) monastery.
Jumolhari Trek goes through the remote countryside on the foot of the Himalayas, this trip organizes as a camping trip, where you will have meals and stay overnight in a tented camp, the site surrounded by nature beauties. During the Jumolhari trip, you will spend the night at Drukgyel Dzong (Paro), Shana, Soi Thangthangka, Jangothang Base Camp (4050m), Jangothang, Dhumzo Chhu, Thombu Shong and back to Shana, Drugyel Dzong / Paro. The trail goes through the Himalaya plateau with high passes; Bonte La (4890m), Dhunge La (4700m), and Tagulun La (4540m) pass. As this is an adventure trip at a high altitude, we recommend it only for adventure travelers, who like to explore wilderness in the Himalayan and nature scenery. You will see different vegetation from richly forested valleys to high alpine pastureland where Yak herders graze their animals, heard of The blue ship can bee see and glacier marine, mountains scenery, and glacier lakes are amazing.
During the Jumolhari trek, you will have streaking views of Mount Jichu Drake (6989m), Tshrim Khang (6789m), Jumolhari/ Chomolhari Mountain (7314m), and other mountains beyond Bhutan, like Kanchanjungha, Makalu spectacular view can observe. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September and October are best for the Jumolhari trek. April and May is the best time for rhododendron blooms, whereas Bhutan observes its biggest festivals during this time. We at Nepal Mother House are glad to organize the Jumolhari trip according to your requirements and time schedule.