Motorbiking Tour

Explore the alluring country of Bhutan by motorbike and experience your vacation that embeds in your memories forever. Bhutan now embraces visitors who want to rejoice in an amazing Himalayan landscape, beautiful infrastructures, breath-taking nature and thrilling adventures on the motorbike. Also, you can enjoy the traditional cuisines and culture on your tour.

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Day 1: Arrive at Paro

Fly into Paro valley. The fight into Bhutan over the Himalayas is one of the most spectacular experiences. Particularly the flights from Delhi (India) and Kathmandu (Nepal) fly past the majestic Mt.Everest, Kanchenjunga and the entire Himalayan range, visible on the left side of the plane as it glides towards Bhutan. On landing, at Paro, you will be received by our representative. After customs and Immigration formalities, you will be escorted to your resort and visit Paro town in the evening, Before the motorbike trip is started the briefing on the tour program will be held.

Overnight stay at Paro

Day 2: Ride to Haa and return to Paro via Chelela pass

The Ride will begin from Paro and the Highway will change the course from Chuzom and the road will enter through the beautiful Pine trees with the thrilling turns. while you reach to Chelela pass which is the highest motor road at 3900 meters. you will sight 3 mountains, known to be the Gods of wisdom, power, and compassion, it is believed that they are the abodes of Jampelyang (Manjushri), Chana Dorjee (Vajrapani) and Chenrezi (Avalokiteshvara). At the base of these mountains, Haa town is located. While returning to Paro you can also view mount Jomolhari if the weather is clear. Once you reach back to Paro your days one will take a halt.

Overnight at Paro

Day 3: Ride to Thimphu city from Paro

The ride will take you to Bhutan’s green paddy fields and fresh forests and several villages. On your trip to Thimphu, Tour will make a stop on the way and watch the 3 stupas that are unique to Bhutan, Nepal, and Tibet. Lunch will be served when you reach Thimphu, where you’ll be treated to a Bhutanese-cuisine. After a fulfilling lunch, your ride will begin for the 51.5 meters tall, bronze glided in gold known as Buddha point (Buddha Dordenma). Visit the National Memorial Chorten (Stupa), built in memory of the 3rd King of Bhutan. Visit the Art School and Changangkha Lhakhang (a temple built in the 12th century by a Tibetan saint). Visit the National Takin Reserve Center to see Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. In the evening you may also stroll around the Thimphu city.

Overnight at Thimphu

Day 4: Ride to Punakha from Thimphu

The Ride will begin from Thimphu city and stop at Dochula pass 3100m on route to Punakha from Thimphu. Dochula pass is one of the famous landmarks in Bhutan from which one can sight the Himalayan Range of Bhutan on clear winter days. The place is adorned with Druk Wangyel Chorten, 108 stupas built to honor the 4th king of Bhutan and bring peace to the region. The stupas were built under the patronage of Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck.

Descend to Punakha Valley (1280m).

Punakha valley served as the capital of Bhutan till 1955 until it was shifted to Thimphu. The Punakha Dzong is still the winter seat of Je Khenpo (Chief Abbot) of the monastic body as the place has a temperate climate with Phochu and Mochu Rivers flowing through the fertile fields of the valley.

Visit Punakha Dzong.

Punakha Dzong or Pungthang Dewa Chenpai Phodrang, the palace of bliss was built in 1937 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel. The second oldest Dzong of Bhutan is religiously and architecturally significant to Bhutanese as it houses several sacred relics, scriptures, statues and is the place where the first king of Bhutan was crowned in 1907. Punakha Dzong is also famous for Punakha Drupchen where the 17th-century battle scene with Tibetan invaders are recreated and is followed by Punakha Tsechu where grand Thongdrel of Guru Rinpoche is unfurled with costumed mask dances and rituals.

Overnight at Punakha

Day 5: Ride to Gangtey Phobjikha from Punakha

After breakfast drive to Gantey via Wangduephodrang.

Visit around Wangdue Valley. Visit local village homestay, which offers a good insight into the lifestyle of the Bhutanese people. Arrive at Gantey village, visit Gantey Goemba, the only Nyingmapa monastery in western Bhutan. Phobjikha is a most scenic valley in Bhutan and is often described as picturesque, breathtaking and many more by the visitors.

Overnight at Phobjikha.

Day 6: Gangtey

Known for its vast valley landscape and winter home for Black-Necked Crane, Phobjikha valley at an altitude of 3000m is one of the most famous tourist destinations in western Bhutan. The vast U-shaped valley offers lots of scenic hiking routes and nature trails for the visitors.

Visit the Nature Conservation Centre and learn about the black-necked Cranes that fly into this valley from Tibet every winter.

Ride back to Paro.

Overnight at Paro.

Day 7: Paro

After the breakfast, the ride will to the base of the Taktsang where you will hike up to Paro Taktsang the imposing Tiger’s Nest. The monastery is perched on the cliff side above 900m from the valley. Guru Padmasambhava is believed to have flown up on this site on a Tigress’s back and meditated here for few months and then in the 7th century brought Buddhism in the valley down below.

Visit Kyichu Lhakhang, the oldest temple in Paro. Originally built in the 7th century by Tibetan Emperor, it’s one of the 108 temples he built in the region. The temple is believed to have spiritual treasures concealed by Guru Padmasambhava and the two orange trees in the courtyard defy the natural way of orange trees usually growing in lower altitude and it’s believed to bear fruit throughout the year.

Overnight at Paro.

Day 8: Departure.

Peak Seasons

Months of March, April, May, September, October, and November.

daily tariff:USD 250 Per person per night


Solo Traveller: USD 40 per night

Dual Traveller: USD 30 per person per night

Three travellers and above: surcharges not applicable

Visa fees: One time payment of USD 40 per person.

Lean Season

Months of January, February, June, July, August, and December.

daily tariff:USD 200 Per person per night


Solo Traveller: USD 40 per night

Dual Traveller: USD 30 per person per night

Three travellers and above: surcharges not applicable

Visa fees: One time payment of USD 40 per person.

A minimum of 3 star accommodation (4 & 5 star may require an additional premium).

All meals

A licensed Bhutanese tour guide for the extent of your stay

All internal transport (excluding internal flights)

Camping equipment and haulage for trekking tours