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Bhutan Snowman Trek

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Bhutan Snowman Trek is a very popular holiday package among several others. Being highly demanded, explorers find it fascinating to be in areas that this tour package takes them to. It is also known to be most challenging one. It takes to through the Himalaya geographical formations adding a different kind of experience to your trek.

Least touched but extremely adventurous, this tour let you access Lunana; the most remote area Bhutan. Annually, only hundreds of visitors go for this route as it has been recorded as a difficult one. However, the lower regions trains you how to be in handy with these kind of geographical formations. Later on, you get motivated by yourself.

Snowman Trek in Bhutan lets you visit the Takstang Monastery, Drukyel Dzong, Paro Dzong and the National Museum that together makes a perfect package to go for. Already mentioned, you get into the remote areas of Lunana and make you feel the only one to left alive in this entire earth. At later stages, you reach the Chomolhari Base Camp where you gain magnificent views of Cholmohari and the Jichu Lake. The most amazing thing about this trip is that you altogether go through 11 high passes of the region including Nye La, Bobu La, Jare La and Shinge La.

Day 01: Arrival in Paro [3,232m/10,604ft] and transfer to your hotel to stay overnight.

Day 02: Paro exploration including visits to Takstang Monastery [3,100m/10,170ft] and National Museum. Back to hotel in the late evening and stay overnight.

Day 03: Drive from Paro to Drukyel Dzong [2,580m/8,464ft] and then further trek to Shana [2,860m/9,383ft] that takes 5 – 6 hours [16 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 04: Trek from Shana to Tsema Marpu [3,300m/10,826ft] that takes 7 – 8 hours. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 05: Trek from Tsema Marpu to Soi Thangthangkha [3,600m/11,811ft] that takes 45 minutes. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 06: Trek from Soi Thangthangkha to Jangothang [4,100m/13,451ft] that takes 6 – 7 hours [17 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 07: Reserve Day at Jangothang.

Day 08: Cross Nyile La [4,890m/16,043ft] and then further trek to Lingshi Village [4,010m/13,156ft] takes 6 – 7 hours [21 km]. Tea-house overnight.

Day 09: Trek from Lingshi Village to Chebisa Village [3,990m/13,090ft] that takes 7 hours [16 km]. Tea-house overnight.

Day 10: Cross Gombu La [4,440m/14,566ft] and then further trek to Shomuthang [[3,990m/13,090ft] that takes 7 – 8 hours [14.5 km]. Camp overnight.

Day 11: Cross Jare La [4,785m/15,698ft] and then further trek to Robluthang [4,165m/13,664ft] that takes 6 – 7 hours [16 km]. Tea-house overnight.

Day 12: Cross Sinche La [5,005m/16,420ft] and then further trek to Lemithang [4,150m/13,615ft] that takes 7 – 8 hours [14 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 13: Trek from Lemithang to Laya Village [3,800m/12,467ft] that takes 4 hours [13 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 14: Rest Day at Laya.

Day 15: Trek from Laya to Rodophu [4,215m/13,828ft] that takes 7 – 8 hours [14 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 16: Cross Tsemo La [4,905m/16,092ft] and then further trek to Narethang [4,900m/16,076ft] that takes 6 – 7 hours [11 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 17: Cross Karakachu La [5,020m/16,469ft] and then further trek to Tarina [3,938m/12,919ft] that takes 8 – 9 hours [17 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 18: Trek from Tarina to Green Lake that takes 8 – 9 hours [15 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 19: Cross Keche La [4,666m/15,308ft] and then further trek to Chozo [4,070m/13,353ft] that takes 8 – 9 hours [17 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 20: Rest Day at Chozo.

Day 21: Trek from Chozo to Tshena [4,940m/16,207ft] via Sintia La [5,200m/17,060ft] that takes 8 – 9 hours [18 km]. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 22: Trek from Tshochena to Jichu Dramo [4,900m/16,076ft] via Loju La [5,145m/16,879ft] that takes 5 – 6 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight

Day 23: Cross Rinchen Zoe La [5,326m/17,473ft] and then further trek to Chukarpo [4,600m/15,091ft] that takes 8 – 9 hours. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 24: Trek from Chukarpo to Tampoe Tsho [4,330m/14,206ft] that takes 6 – 7 hours. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 25: Cross Tempe La [4,665m/15,305ft] and then further trek to Marothang [3,698m/12,132ft] that takes 7 – 8 hours. Camp or tea-house overnight.

Day 26: Drive from Marothang to Paro that takes 1.5 hours. Hotel overnight.

Day 27: Final Departure to the international airport for your returns flight.

Cost Includes:

  • Entry fee for Bhutanese Visa
  • All meals
  • Hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Tourist vehicle transportation during the tour
  • Professional Bhutanese and English speaking guide
  • All entrance and permit fees for monuments and museums
  • All required government taxes

Cost Excludes:

  • International flights connecting Nepal – Bhutan
  • Personal expenses
  • Medical expenses
  • Tips to staffs
  • Travel insurance

Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking-Aug-2015

I would say this for sure is one of the most beautiful experience I've ever had. Bishnu is such a nice, sweet and well organized person. As a solo female traveler, it's quite a bit nasty to made such decision to trek during the raining season especially after massive earthquake. Luckily I stayed at a nice and decent hotel where I almost could made myself at home, and the building, the places and all the stuff I worried about really didn't effected by the earthquake. Thanks again Bishnu for all of your effort, and hopefully I could go ABC next year or 2017. I'll see you then! 

Chihhan Chang,

Taiwan.

Chisapani-Nagarkot Hiking -Jan-2015

Chisapani-Nagarkot Hiking of Jan-2015

We had a great time in Nepal by Chisapaani-Nagarkot Hiking with “Gold Mountain Nepal Treks”. Unexpectedly the weather was also very clear in mid January. Magnificent views of the Himalayan ranges were seen from the top of Nagarkot Hill. The weather was excellent and it was a bit cold. Our guide was very helpful & friendly. We haven’t any complain to the company “Gold Mountain Nepal Treks” & Mr. Bishnu (Director of the company), everything were managed as capably and enjoyed the hiking. We are very satisfied with these services provided by the Company. We give you all an idea to trek in Nepal with “Gold Mountain Nepal Treks” for reasonable prices & standard services.

Visited Jan 2015.

Laurie Moyer & her Daughter.

USA

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking - Dec-2014

Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

From 20th of December 2014 to 5th of January 2015 we went spent some gorgeous weeks trekking in the Annapurna region. First, we hiked to Poon Hill which rewarded us with a very nice sunrise. Then, we continued our trekking to the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). Both at the ABC and on the way to and from it, we were blessed with amazing sunsets and sunrises. We even saw monkeys and eagles. Views were spectacular and the weather was great.

The organization of the trek was immaculate. All transfers (Kathmandu airport – Hotel – Pokhara– Kathmandu Hotel – airport) were perfectly organized. In addition, both the guide and porter did a great job. They were very flexible and always agreed when we wanted to change the program. This allowed us to reach the ABC two days earlier than planned and gave us more time to visit additional places when going down. We also paid a visit to hot springs which was very nice. In sum, we recommend Gold Mountain Nepal Treks & Expedition as a reliable trekking agency which is very eager to comply with the customers’ wishes.

Best regards,

Werner and Heidi

Trip Facts

Price Starts From: Contact Us

Activities Involved: Trekking and Hiking

Trip Duration: 27 Days

Accommodation: Standard Hotels

Meals: Full Board Meals during the Tour

Transportation: Comfortable Private Vehicle(s)

Group Size: Maximum of 12 people