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Bhutan Cross Country

A tour structured to map a nation which measures Gross National Happiness & worship Phallus redefines the motorcycle tour into a cultural quest of the mysterious Himalayan nation.

This is not only trip, This is once in a life time experience.

Bhutan Motorcycle Tour (8 Days)

BHUTAN is no ordinary place. It is a Himalayan kingdom with a reputation for mystery and magic, where a traditional Buddhist culture carefully embraces global developments. The Motorcycle Tours heads into the little known areas of West Bengal and then into the Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan. Very few people have visited this kingdom. A magical motorbike adventure for sure. When you ride over Bhutan, you will become one of the few who have experienced the charm and magic of one of the world’s most enigmatic countries – the ‘last Shangri La’ This is a place which has so much to offer – serene and scenic landscapes, art, religion, culture, and of course, because it happens to be one of the few countries in the world that is still ruled by a King and a Queen.

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23 September 2019 Bhutan Bike Trip
Siliguri - Bhutan - Siliguri
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Day-wise itinerary as you witness the route

Motorcycle Tour Route Details

Day 1-Siliguri–Phuentsholing (158 Km)

We welcome you to the cross-country ride! Our team will be waiting for you at the meeting point at 7:00 am & will help you create the right mindset for your journey. Check the bikes and let us know any changes according to your riding style. Today, we are driving towards India - Bhutan Border town. You will complete the stretch before you know it. If we reach there before time & we will head to the immigration office. If not, we will struggle on the next day.

Day 2 - Phuentsholing

It is the 'juggle and struggle' day for all of us. Eat a hefty breakfast at the hotel. Before we leave for the mission, grab a Glaucon D solution for the day. We will haggle in the queue at the immigration office for the required permits. After getting all the formalities completed, we will head to the hotel for a mini party. You are going to Bhutan, Yay.

Day 3 - Phuentsholing – Thimphu (170 Km)

After having breakfast, we ride deeper into Bhutan, towards the capital city. We will proceed with immigration formalities if not completed yesterday. The Roads seems to have been designed by a 3 year's old on his artbook - curvy, zigzag and full of hilly blind turns. The Lush green surroundings make you feel good about your decision to gift yourself this vacation.The roads are as beautiful as nature; flawless and soothing to your soul.

Day 4 - Thimphu – Punakha (90 Km)

We head towards the city of culture and festivity. The distance may sound short, but it is going to be the riders' day of fun - hill roads, hairpin curves of Dochu La Pass, & fog to add another level of the fun. You will find many locations worthy of profile pic shot. The pillion will also have fun looking at the ice-capped Himalayas & serene river flowing alongside the road. We let our bikes rest in the evening at Punakha. Given your energy, you may walk down to enjoy river rafting in male or female rivers.

Day 5 - Punakha- Paro (130 Km)

After breakfast, we depart to majestic Paro. Riding on the serpent would look very mildly difficult task once you witness the beauty. Be ready with paper for the check posts inline. You must follow the ride captain as the visibility falls below 5 meters on the hilly roads. The roads are ironic to the beauty of Paro, accompanied by river, waterfalls and the breathtaking view from hills.

Day 6 - Paro - Tiger Nest – Paro (90 Km)

After enjoying the sunrise of the river confluence, we are leaving for the Tiger's Nest. You might want to save energy for 1700 ft hiking to the Monastery. Your listlessness of 2 hours hiking goes away entering the Monastery. Refill yourself with tasty lunch at Tigers' Nest Cafe. Afterwards, we head back to Paro to enjoy the sunset at the river bank. I hope you still have the energy to visit the remaining 154 temples of Paro.

Day 7 - Paro –Siliguri (315 Km)

On this day, we ride rigorous. We ride on the familiar terrains; firstly to Phuentsholing, The smile would prevail noticing the small things missed before; a small sip of tea, locals smiling and so on. You would be happy to enjoy the curves on your bike but certainly unhappy to dive away from this beautiful country. We will drive our souls to Siliguri.

Day 8 - Siliguri to Hometown

It is time. Time to announce the closure of the trip. The trip may have come to an end; we will always be connected with the memories of the trip. Tashidelek. Log Jay Gay!

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