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Ktm- Chomolhari Trek in Bhutan 18 days, 17 nights

No. 6, Nepal and

Ktm- Chomolhari Trek in Bhutan 18 days, 17 nights

A wonderful introduction to the splendour of the range of classic Himalayan culture, people and landscape. You see the lushness of the foothills as well as the wonderful subtropical, subalpine and higher altitude alpine landscapes. While there is some classic high Himalayan scenery - snow and ice interspersed with stark, dry and treeless stretches - there are also willow, poplar, and juniper, bamboo and rhododendron, orchards and past streams. Walking past old fortresses, villages, monasteries, and terraced fields of paddy and barley is a lesson in the everyday lives of ordinary rural Bhutanese, in all its richness and difficulty.  The fluttering prayer flags everywhere are the most obvious expression of the spirituality and faith that permeates every aspect of the lives of Bhutanese Buddhists. The more time you spend in Bhutan, the more you get lulled into the absolute serenity of its landscape, all emerald green, bright flowers, and looming icy peaks.


Beyond the trek, on this trip there are temples and palace squares with art rich and varied beyond all imagination, and monasteries where the air, redolent with the odours of butter lamps and juniper incense, carries through the wind centuries of tradition. In Nepal, the cosmopolitan history of the Newars of Kathmandu Valley comes alive in the sophisticated palace squares, while in Bhutan's Thimpu you see one of the last remaining capitals of the world that truly have not changed much. 



Day 1:      Arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 2:      Free day in kathmandu,night at hotel.

Day 3:      Free day in kathmandu,night at hotel.

Day 4:      The flight out to Paro (2,400 m), Bhutan, is on a clear day one of the msot spectacular mountain flights you can do, with great views of Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Ganesh Himal, Kanchenjunga, and many other 6-7,000 m peaks  in Nepal, as well as Chomolhari (7,300 m), the highest peak in Bhutan. A drive through the lovely, verdant Paro valley from the airport brings you to your hotel.

Day 5:      The start of your trek features one of the classic manmade sights in Bhutan, one of the impressive white painted keep-at-bay fortresses. What monasteries are to a Tibet trip, forts, or dzong are to Bhutan. Some of the country's finest forts are in and around Paro, including the ruins of the Drukgyal Dzong (2,580m). On a clear day Chomolhari looms large over you from this vantage point, which is also notable for having been in the 17th century at the vanguard of repelling Tibetan invaders. It's an easy walk from here on, a gentle uphill through forest of willow, juniper and bamboo, meadows and terraced fields, past irrigation channels and little villages to reach Shana (2,800 m)

Day 6:      Today the terrain starts looking more typically high altitude, with scrub and few green patches as you climb higher. There are a series of passes (the highest about 3,700 m) you need to climb and descend in order to reach your oasis-type halt, Soithanghthangkha (3,500 m).

Days 7 & 8: Today you see some yaks, some water, a few trees, and the blissfully wide open sky with Chomolhari silhouetted grandly against it.

 There's plenty of time to explore the area around Jangothang (4,050 m) and acclimatise

Day 9:      Today sees you cross a near-5,000 m pass, dip your feet (if you want to!) in Tshophu Lake (4,400 m), and walk some pretty scrabbly trails to reach Lingshi (3,900 m????).

Day 10:    The holy mountain of the goddess continues to look beatifically down at you as hop across streams and sail down trails. On the way to Shodu (alt???), give the yaks a miss, although if you see herders trawling a hillside, look out for yarchagumba, the larva-cum-wood half-plant half-animal that is highly prized for its rejuvenating and aphrodisiac qualities.

Day 11:    Today is your last full day on the trail, so make the most of it your walk to Barshong (alt???). The views remain spectacular - snow-capped mountains and vast rock faces, crystalline waterfalls, high summer pasture huts in pretty meadows, yaks and wildflowers and birds. As you clamber along to you'd be justified for wanting to move here forever

Day 12:    You'll see more lovely green as you make your way down to Thimpu. This is the best place to ease back into civilisation after a trek in more elevated realms - it may be the capital but it is easygoing and quiet, and not overcrowded.

Day 13:    The sights around the capital include an impressive, if relatively new three-storey memorial chhorten. The main manmade sights in Bhutan are forts - impressive white painted keep-at-bay walls guard palaces large and small. What monasteries are to a Tibet trip, forts, or dzong are to Bhutan. Visit the Tashicho Dzong, the Fortress of Auspicious Religion, which currently houses the government secretariat (the Bhutanese equivalent of an appointed parliament). If we're lucky with the permit process, you can go inside, otherwise it will be just the grounds and up-close views of the traditional building. The school for traditional Buddhist-influenced painting and other plastic arts, as well as the Bhutanese Handicraft Centre, which displays the best of  the world-renowned Bhutanese fabric and other crafts. There are some truly brilliant samples of the kind of artistry and craftsmanship that is bred in the country.

Day 14:    Drive back to Paro through the lush landscape, absorbing the positively anachronistic feel of the country, its capital and countryside. You might visit the Ta Dzong, a four century-oldwatchtower that now houses the National Museum to take in its It has a fine collection of  ancient Thangkha paintings, textiles, weapons and  artifacts.

Day 15:    Fly back to Kathmandu. There is time built in today for you to explore on your own, look around, and go shopping. night at hotel.

Day 16     Free day in kathmandu,night at hotel.

Day 17:    Transfer to the airport for your flight home.


Cost on your request


The above cost includes:

              Airport-hotel  transfer at arrival and departure

              Accommodation  in Nepal with breakfast as described in itinerary

              Full  board in Bhutan as per program, including lunch and dinner

              Lland transport as described in itinerary, with private transportation where applicable

              All sightseeing with an English-speaking guide

              All city/ monument /monastery entrance fees

              The services of our support staff

              All trekking and camping equipment including Gamow bags (to alleviate severe altitude sickness), tents, sleeping bags, and oxygen cylinders


The above cost does not include:

              Air fare KTM/PARO/KTM at US$390 per  person

              Bhutan visa fee US$30 to be  paid on arrival

              Nepal visa fee US$30 to be paid on arrival

              Airport taxes

              Your international  flight into and out of Nepal

              Travel insurance

              Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu (US$4-8 per  day)

              Tips, souvenirs or other shopping

              Photography and/ or videography charges in the monasteries and other tourist attractions.

              Personal expenses incurred for drinks, snacks, tips, etc

              Any extra cost involved on the road should there be an unavoidable delay due to, for example, a landslide or similar unforeseeable events.

              Rescue/ evacuation and any additions costs associated with being split from the main group or from a serious  health condition


Please note : The airfare,visa fee are  subject to change without prior notice.


Risk & Liability:

We , Tin - Tin Trekking do our best to ensure that you have a smooth and pleasant journey. When travelling to Bhutan, you should, however, be aware that all tours/trekking there are run strictly as per conditions set by the Bhutan Tourism Authority. Therefore neither Tin -Tin Trekking or its agents shall not be  responsible  for any change or cancellation of program due to unavoidable  circumstances such as a road blockade, a flood, snow, unrest, cancellation of flight, delay in arrival of clients, sickness or accidents, and breakdown of vehicles. Any extra cost incurred as a result of any such occurrence will be borne by the clients on the spot. It is most important that clients have full medical and personal accident risk insurance.









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