Bhutan on a Bullet!

ExperienceTravel of the biker kind! In this edition of Ease India Travel's Bhutan tours, you'll be handed a Royal Enfield Bullet 500cc cruiser motorbike. Take part in this 1-week adventure in the land of happiness with EIT and explore the vast mountains, the royal monasteries and so much more!

Travel Plan

Day 01

Arrival at Phuentsholing. Transfer to Thimphu. Travel Time – 6.5 – 7 hours.
NOTE: This is where the bike will be handed to you/picked up again after the trip.  Check into hotel

Day 02

Local sightseeing after breakfast (Memorial Chorten, Buddha Statue, Thimphu Dzong, Takin Reserve, National Museum of Textiles).
Evening sightseeing (Changankha Lhakhang and sightseeing left over from previous day) and shopping etc.

Day 03

Mild hike to a monastery near Thimphu.
Personalised postal stamps at Thimphu Post Office, and evening free for rest and shopping

Day 04

Check out of hotel after early breakfast & leave for Punakha district. Travel time – 2 hours.
All sightseeing in Punakha via Dochu La Pass (Chimi Lhakhang, Punakha Dzong & iron suspension bridge).
Evening free for rest after a hectic day

Day 05

Early breakfast & leave for Paro Travel time – 3 hours.
Local sightseeing at Paro (Paro Dzong, Dungtse Lhakhang, Kichyu Monastery).
Evening free for rest

Day 06

Early breakfast and begin climb to Tiger’s Nest/Taktsang. Climb will take about 2.5 – 3 hours.
Evening visit National Museum and thereafter go shopping/exploration in Paro town

Day 07

Departure from Paro after breakfast

Terms & Conditions

What’s included:

All stay in one comfortable double room in 2-star properties
A Royal Enfield Bullet 500cc motorbike*
All meals in designated restaurants
All sightseeing as mentioned
English speaking Guide on all days

What isn’t

Tickets to and from Bhutan
Beverages, snacks etc.
Shopping, laundry expenses of a personal nature etc.
Entry fees to monuments, monasteries etc.
Tips** to guide, driver etc.
*The bike will be handed over to you in Phuentsholing upon completion of immigration formalities, and is yours for the duration of the trip. You are expected to return the bike back to Phuentsholing on the last day.
**It is expected that the guide & trek staff will receive a tip from the guest at the end of their trip based purely on the services offered and the guests’ satisfaction.

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