The Jumolhari Trek offers extraordinary views of unique and less traveled Bhutanese Himalaya, an opportunity to soak in the Kingdom’s well preserved ancient Buddhist culture as well as flora and fauna, while traversing through two 4700m+ mountain passes.
Bhutan is located in a remote part of the world and you will need to change multiple flights to get in and out of Paro, the country’s only international airport and hub for most adventure activities. All treks in Bhutan require permits, which can be obtained only through a registered Bhutanese travel agency. Point to note: many of the trek routes are closed for Indian and Chinese nationals. Please check with your operator for details.
Bhutan does not have railways and, therefore, you have to resort to the means of road transport. There are local taxis that run on a flat rate. - Fire and rescue services: 110 - Medical emergencies: 112 - Traffic police, for road accidents: Call 111 - Police, for emergencies: 113 - Police, for non-emergencies: (+975) 2 322347
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