Overview Bhutan Chomolhari Trekking is an fascinating travel to explore most of the highlighted in Bhutan, There are great views of pure greenery hills and valley, snow capped peaks with historical 17th centaury Jakar Dzong (Fort) and tour of Thimphu at one of worlds quietest city, visiting Ta-Dzong in Paro and visit famous Taksang monastery perched on rocky cliff hill top. Taksang Monastery “Tigers Den Nest perched on a high hill cliff, and then journey leads to northeast Bhutan to Shana, for the trek to the base of Mt. Jumolhari leading towards interesting villages of Soi Thankthangka, Jangothang, in the high country area around Mt. Jumolhari, often called as Chomolhari and this peak borders with South East of Tibet, our adventurous trek leads to the base of the highest mountain within Bhutan, visiting Jomolhari Temple, located south side of the mountain about a 3-4 hours hike between Thangthangkha and Jangothang at an altitude of 4,150 meters.If we are lucky, we can experience the complete wilderness home of the Yak herders Drokpa as well as Snow Leopard and Blue Sheep which can be seen around this pristine environment. Bhutan Chomolhari Trekking has several other sacred sites around Jomolhari such as Jomolhari Temple, including meditation caves of 11th Centaury Tibetan saint, poet and a guru Milereppa which is an hour hike. There is also a famous Tseringma Lhatso at 4,450 meters, known as the “spirit lake” of Tsheringma. The trek continues towards Lingshi, Shodu, Barshon and finally reaching a small farm village of Dolam Kencho in central Bhutan around beautiful Bumthang valley, this great trip concludes with a drive to Thimphu and then to Paro with scenic flight of an hour back to Kathmandu or goes back to your next destination.