Bhutan is rich in flora and fauna and herds of blue sheep can be seen grazing on the slopes along your trek. There may also be the possibility of seeing a Snow Leopard. Starting with sightseeing at Paro, you will trek up the Paro Chu (Chu River) valley along one of the old trade routes to Tibet, past serene villages and ancient forts and vast yak pastures. Mount Chomolhari, one of the most sacred Bhutanese mountains, creates an impressive backdrop to your trek through the villages of Shana and Seo Thangthaka (3,520m) to Jangothang (4,020m), the Base Camp of Mount Chomolhari. Cross the Nyelela Pass, the high point of your trek at 4,250m, to continue to Lingshi, Shodu, Dolam and finally to the capital of Thimphu.
Spend a day sightseeing in Thimphu and then drive to Paro for the flight back to Kathmandu.