Royal Kingdom of Bhutan

Bhutan is the last Buddhist Himalayan kingdoms. Beautifully squeezed between two giants – India and China. There are almost 20 peaks ranging from more than 7000m in elevation. Population of Bhutan is only 750 thousand people living happily. Concept of “Gross National Happiness” is originated from Bhutan. Bhutan strictly controlled tourism relies entirely on organized trips, leaving no wicket for individual travelers who prefer excursions beyond the beaten track. The first tourist arrived in Bhutan in 1974. Without doubt Bhutan is an elite place for traveler distributions. A trip to Bhutan is not only journey calculated in kilometers but it is a journey through time and memories Bhutanese houses are being built all the time according to the traditional pattern, and the Bhutanese wear traditional colorful folk costumes every day. Bhutan is the mythical land of happiness – Shangri La? According to James Hilton, author of “Lost Horizon” Shangri La is located somewhere in the Himalayas and ruled by righteous lamas. Shangri La, of course, does not exist, but those who were looking for it says Bhutan is Closet to it. Come and See it yourself you will feel like you are in paradise. Enjoy the Unforgettable Ride in the Land of Gama.


Arrive Bagdogra Airport (IXB) or NJP Railway station

Upon arrival gathering at Bagdogra hotel, the tour itinerary will be discussed with all participants. Overnight stay will be arranged at the hotel.

Siliguri – Phuentsholing (150km/ 4 Hours)

After breakfast, have a drive to Phuentsholing. On arrival, there will be check-in at the hotel. After the check-in formality, visas will be arranged at the immigration office. In the evening, a joy ride will be arranged in the town to familiarize yourself with the motorbike. Spend an overnight in Phuentsholing.

Day 01 :- Phuentsholing to Paro.(315 km)

From Border town phuensholing of Siliguri we will start our tour towards Paro. Ride of 315km will take us to Paro in Bhutan. Hotel and overnight stay at Paro

Day 02 :- Paro local.

The Tiger’s nest Monastery needs no introduction. Mesmerizing and majestic, this monastery is the landmark that defines Bhutan. You spend the day hiking and sightseeing in and around the beautiful valley town of Paro, one of the best places in Bhutan to explore on foot

Day 03 :- Paro to Thimphu

This amazing ride from Paro to Haa valley crosses the majestic Chele la pass, the highest pass in Bhutan. Only opened in 2002 for tourists, the Haa valley offers views of the famous Three Sisters Mountains among many attractions. Empty roads, very little traffic and curvy. Heavenly! Hotel and overnight stay at Thimphu.

Day 04 :- Thimphu local.(40 Km)

Thimphu is the capital city of Bhutan. This enthralling city has so much to offer that you can spend the entire day sightseeing and relaxing in the lap of the Himalayas.

Day 05 :- Thimphu to Punakha(150 km)

This ride takes you through the majestic Punakha Dzong, built between the Pochu and Mochu rivers. You will also see the picturesque Rinchengang village on your way to Punakha. You will cross the Wangdue Phodrang Dzong and the Dochu-la pass. The highlights of this ride are stunning views of the rivers cascading through the mountains. Loads of photo opportunities at every turn. Hotel and overnight stay at Punakha

Day 06 :- Punakha to Gangtay.(75 km)

Enjoy the beautiful ride from the valley of gangtay and enjoy the visit to beautiful monastery. Hotel and overnight stay at Gangtay

Day 07 :- Gangtay to Bumthang.(145 Km)

Crossing the Yutong la and the Pele La passes, this 145km ride will take you through the famous Trongsa Dzong, one of the largest Dzong in Bhutan. Enjoy the curves as you ride along. Hotel and overnight stay at Bumthang

Day 08 ;- Bumthang site seen

One of the most historic regions of Bhutan, Bumthang is one of the 22 dzongkhag or administrative centers of Bhutan. Tales of the Guru Padmasambhava and the Tertons can still be heard around this region. The Jakar Dzong and the Ura Yakchoe are the main attractions here. The Jambay Lakhang festival held in November is a major attraction of the Himalayan region.

Day 09 :- Bumthang to Mongar. (198 km)

Crossing the winding road to the high Thumshing la pass, this 198km ride will offer breathtaking views of Gangkar Phuensum, Bhutan’s highest unconquered mountain. The views of the Himalayas here will take your breath away! You will ride through national parks at Ura and Thrumshingla on inner forest roads that are serene, green and downright amazing! You will also cross the Sertang la pass. This is a day you will get to enjoy the ride to the fullest with views that change with every second. A rider’s paradise.

Day 10 :- Mungar to Trashigang. (92 km)

This three hour drive crosses the Chazam or the iron bridge and the Kori-la pass. We will be staying at Trashigang and will enjoy local delicacies.

Day 11 :- Trashigang to Samdrup jongkhar/Guwahati.(180Km apx)

This six hour motorcycle ride is just amazing. There’s a reason why everyone calls this road the “Heavenly route”. This curvy road passes through the breathtakingly amazing Himalayan mountain road from Kharula to Menlong Brak via Yongphu La moving towards Narphunggang.

Tour end

Samdrup jongkhar/Guwahati Airport drop. ( 90/10Km)



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