Bhutan is a small country in the Himalayas between the Tibet Autonomous Region of China and India.
Besides the stunning natural scenery, the enduring image of the country for most visitors is the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and clearly distinguishes it from its larger neighbours. Bhutan is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world, and the profound teachings of this tradition remain well preserved and exert a strong influence in all aspects of life. Due to its pristine environment and harmonious society, the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been called "The Last Shangrila."
In this journey of 1250kms.(approx.),get you riding to Siliguri, Phuntsholing, Thimpu, Phunaka, Paro with many other places like monastries etc. Jump over to the itinerary section to unravel the astoundingly magnificent places.
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Trip start point : Bagdogra Airport
Cost of trip (P.P.) :
Bring Your Own Bike: 33000/-
Solo Rider: 42500/-
Pillion Rider: 35500/-
Day 1: Arrival in Siliguri - Phuntsholling (150 km.)
Arrive in Siliguri on your own @10 am and meet the team. Complete the paperwork, collect your bikes and start your ride towards phuntsholling. Reach Phuentsholing by evening. Check in and relax. Dinner at phuntsholling.
Day 2: Phuntsholling to Thimpu (150 km.)
Post breakfast, drive through the enchanting gates of Phuentsholing before arriving in Thimpu. Complete paperwork at gate and start your ride towards bhutan's capital. The drive is quite scenic and lasts about 4-5 hours. On arrival, check in and relax at the hotel.
Day 3: Thimpu - Trongsa (190 km.)
Today we start our ride early towards Trongsa. After breakfast we start covering the mountains and high passes of Bhutan. After crossing dochuLa pass we’ll cross the winding Pele La pass. From there we’ll ride through the Black Mountains to the incomparable Phobjikha Valley – the winter habitat of Tibetan cranes and location of one of the largest fields of dwarf bamboo. Eight kilometers outside of Trongsa, the road takes a tight bend to the left around an outcrop and presents us with one of the most breathtaking vistas in Bhutan. Dinner and Overnight in Trongsa.
Day 4: Trongsa - Bhumthang (70 km.)
After Breakfast we visit Trongsa dzong, a fortress built in 1648, sprawls down a steep hillside. Like nearly all towns in Bhutan, Trongsa is dominated by a dzong that dwarfs the surrounding buildings. Than we saddle the Bullets and we’ll cross the Yotong La pass on our way into the picturesque Bhumthang Valley. En route, we’ll stop briefly to visit the Chumey Yathra weavers. Overnight and dinner at jakar.
Day 5: Explore Bhumthang
After a lazy breakfast start your day midst of clouds. Feel the amazing hospitality of bhutan culture as soon as you step out of hotel. Be ready for some surprises today. From green grasslands to mighty river trail, experience the adventurous in yourself. Get disconnected from technology and get your lungs filled with fresh air, get awed by the nature around you. Overnight and dinner at jakar.
Day 6: Bhumthang - Punakha (200 km.)
Leave early from hotel. After breakfast ride back towards punakha. Ride through the scenic route, stop near trongsa and have a bird's eye view of panorama of hydroelectric dam project and Trongsa Dzong. Cross all the passes till wangdue. In between see the bird's view of a dam. Start descending the road down into the Punakha Valley. Dinner and overnight at punakha.
Day 7: Punakha - Paro (145 km.)
Wake up besides river. After dinner leave for paro. Visit the largest buddha statue in world on the way to paro. reach paro and check in to the hotel. Leave for pubs in paro. Dinner at hotel.
Day 8: Paro - Tiger Monastary - Paro (25 km.)
Drive to a breathtaking pine forest - the starting point of your 5 hours trek to Taktsang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Seemingly perched on a rock, the monastery is one of the major tourist attractions in Bhutan and takes you through dusty paths in the forest, before climbing 700 steps to capture the serenity of the place. In the evening, spend time at your hotel in Paro.
Day 9: Paro - Siliguri (300 km.)
Post breakfast, check out and drive towards siliguri. Last ride of the tour. Reach hotel in siliguri by late evening. Return your bikes and retire in your rooms for the night. Dinner at hotel.
Day 10: Departure
Post breakfast, check out of the hotel and return to your respective homes with awesome memories and a promise of coming back.
* Visa charges apply extra.
*Any adventure activity costs extra.
*Monuments entry charges extra.