Overview

Located at the eastern edge of the Himalayas, Bhutan is known not only for its dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys but also for its monasteries and fortresses (or Dzongs). It has a culture that is very unique and different from that of its neighboring countries. The traditions practiced here are preserved and inculcates the teachings of the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition which is maintained throughout and has a strong impact in the lives of the people. Bhutan is famous for being the happiest country as emphasis is given towards a more holistic approach. This is a Buddhist kingdom and has visitors coming in from all over the world every year to explore the last “Shangrila”. With a majority of the country covered mainly in mountains the roads here go through varying altitudes making it a biker’s paradise. On a Bhutan Bike Trip, discover the unique beauty of this country for yourself while going through these roads and finding our more about the Buddhist culture practiced here. Visit a number of places like the city of Phuentsholing where you will notice how this country is significantly different from the others, various monasteries and also visit the world’s biggest  Buddhist statues and many more beautiful locations, all this while riding though roads with views of the beautiful mountains and valleys.

Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas’ eastern edge, is known for its monasteries, fortresses (or dzongs) and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. 

We present an amazing Bike Tour which includes:

  • Royal Enfield 350CC Bikes
  • Fuel along the way
  • 2 Meals Daily
  • Top Quality Accommodation
  • All permit charges, tour guides and back up vehicle.

Visit the beautiful Paro Taktsang Monastery which is also known as Tiger's Nest which clings to cliffs above the Paro Valley.

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7 Nights 8 Days 22 Oct, 03 Nov, 11 Nov, and more Siliguri, West Bengal
Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation for 7 Nights on Triple Sharing basis in hotels mentioned as per the itinerary (Double Sharing basis for couples)
  • 7 Breakfasts and 7 Dinners starting from Day 1 Dinner to Day 8 Breakfast
  • Royal Enfield 350CC Standard/Classic Bike
  • Fuel Expenses as per the itinerary
  • Airport Pick up & Drop
  • Bhutan Permit Charges
  • A back-up vehicle for luggage
  • Mechanic
  • Sightseeing and Excursions as per the itinerary
  • Dedicated Tour Guide & Tour Captain(s)
  • First-Aid medical kits
  • All taxes

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Lunch on All Days
  • Any Travel Expense to Siliguri & Back
  • Any entrance fee to the monastery and monuments
  • Personal Expenses (Snacks/Water Bottles/Energy Drinks)
  • Anything which is not mentioned in inclusions
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks, etc. (to be borne by the client directly on the spot)
Highlights
  • Exploring Bhutan on a Royal Enfield 350CC bike
  • Visit Changangkha Lhakhang and Zangthoperi Lakhang monasteries
  • World’s biggest Buddha statue at Thimpu
  • Admire Bhutanese architecture at Punakha Dzong
  • Visit one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, Kyichu Lhakhan

 

Itinerary

DAY: 1: SILIGURI TO JAIGAON (160 km)

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We will welcome you to the cozy airport of Bagdogra and shall transfer you to the tinsel town Siliguri to collect our bikes from there. Here onwards we shall embark the journey to the Land of Dragons– Bhutan sailing and gliding across many meadows and an array of nature’s canvas. The beautiful journey will take 5-6 hours to reach Jaigaon, located on the country’s border with Bhutan. On reaching there, you shall be putting up in a hotel for an overnight stay.


 DAY: 2: JAIGAON TO THIMPHU (170 km)

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We shall now enter the beautiful city of Phuentsholing, which is a stone throw away from Jaigaon. On entering through the gate, one can categorically distinguish the difference between the two states in terms of scenic beauty. The day begins with sumptuous breakfast and gliding for Thimphu, riding through the picturesque landscape and magnifying aura. The time taken on the road will oscillate between 4-5 hours. We shall halt at Thimphu at a hotel for an overnight here.

 

DAY: 3: EXPLORE THIMPHU

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Get set to take out the wandering beast and explore the mostly unexplored. This is the tinsel capital town of Bhutan stacked with small bubbling markets and admired monks. The visits will be encompassing the monasteries like Changangkha Lhakhang and Zangthoperi Lhakhang which are full of the Buddhist hymns and vibrations. It also offers an undisturbed view of Thimphu valley. The colorful Thimphu shall offer you with lot of shopping options with its rich textile culture and a historical museum. It nests the world’s biggest Buddha statue for the eyes to enjoy and heart to pray. After the heartwarming exploration, we shall rest in the Hotel for an overnight stay.

 

DAY: 4: THIMPHU TO PUNAKHA (90 km)

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The riders shall be moving to Punakha over a period of 2-3 hours enjoying the journey and making it the most memorable ride of a lifetime. The mesmerizing beauty shall captivate your mind. We shall be crossing the world famous Dochula Pass which has 108 memorial stupas for their martyred soldiers. It is highly revered by the locals. Next, we shall adorn the Punakha Dzong famous for its special Bhutanese architecture. We shall halt in Punakha for an overnight stay.

 

DAY: 5: PUNAKHA TO PARO (130 km)

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Soaked in positive energy, we shall resume the adventure and get moving to a place called Paro. The serene but tough and rugged fort Paro Dzong is a joy for the eyes laced with mountains. Later we shall visit the ancient TaZing which houses the National Museum to understand the culture and the past of Bhutan. Once done, here we pay homage to one of the oldest temples in Bhutan- Kyichu Lhakhang. We get to our hotels for an overnight stay post all the visits.


 

DAY: 6: PARO – TAKTSANG MONASTERY – PARO

We start our day post breakfast and ride through a beautiful countryside and golden paddy fields. After gradually ascending making twists and turns, we see small cottages before the road ends in a breathtaking pine forest. Here on, we start our trek to the famous Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest Monastery. It appears as if it is perched on a vertical rock. During the 5 hours long trek, you will witness steep slopes and dusty paths in the forest as you reach closer concluding the beautiful trek with 700 steps. The serenity and beauty of the place makes one forget of all the tiredness.

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In the evening, we enjoy our euphoric moments in the lap of Paro valley and sleep through the night.

DAY: 7: PARO TO SILIGURI (320 km)

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Today, we bid adieu to Bhutan and proceed back to Siliguri. We ride through the breathtaking mountains and the captivating scenic beauty of the route towards India – Bhutan border and reach Siliguri. We spend the night at the hotel and revamp our energy levels.

 

DAY: 8: DEPARTURE

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It’s not easy to say goodbye to an adrenalin-rush holiday but on a positive note, we can always hope for a revisit. Let’s be optimistic! Cheers.



 

Pickup point
Bagdogra Airport, Siliguri, West Bengal, India View on Map