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 Bike Bhutan


Reclusive and mysterious, the kingdom of Bhutan is a Buddhist fairy tale land tucked away in one of the world’s most spectacular natural environments - the Himalayas.


A cycling adventure in Bhutan is truly adventurous, with unrivaled scenery and a cultural experience so extraordinary, it surprises even the most well travelled.


Medieval monasteries, centuries-old stupas, and daily traditional dances. These are just a few of the peculiar fixtures of Bhutanese life that you will encounter on your journey through the Dragon kingdom. And it’s not just for show. Thanks to careful preservation, its ancestral Buddhist culture, natural environment, and local well being are all thriving. In a modern world that only seems to accelerate, Bhutan has kept a pace of its own, and there’s no better time to experience it.

On the ride, accommodation in local hotels, which are locally owned and run fairly basic establishments providing accommodation with 2 - 3 beds arranged in dormitories. There is a central dining/sitting room where food and drinks are served. Toilet facilities are usually communal, although some Tea Houses have private facilities. Despite the basic facilities, it is a great experience to share the company of local families.

We are able to offer bike rental for the whole trip, so you don't need to bring your own.


The remote and little-visited Kingdom of Bhutan offers a unique destination for bicycle touring, with challenging rides, stunning nature, and a one-of-a-kind story. Bhutan has long restricted its numbers of visitors in order to preserve its culture and encourage sustainable tourism, this has made the country much of a mystery to outsiders and so makes for an exciting destination to explore


A dense landscape of steep hills, switchbacks, and mountain villages against a backdrop of alpine slopes and impressive peaks. Challenging climbs are rewarded with clear views of the surrounding range, and of course, the thrill of sweeping, satisfying descents.



Day 1: Arrival in Paro

Day  2: Paro – Thimphu

Day 3: Thimphu Sightseeing

Day 4: Thimphu to Punakha

Day 7: Rest Day in Paro

Day 5: Punakha - Thimphu

Day 8: Hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery

Day 6: Thimphu - Paro

Day 9: Paro to Chelela

Day 10: Departure

What's included?

Minimum 4 riders per group

  •  Accommodation 3 star hotels

  • 3 Meals per day

  • Local crew

  • All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary

  • English- speaking Cycling Guides

  • Government Royalties and Taxes 

  • Entrance Fees/Monuments Fee

  • Two Bottle of water per day per person

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For more information regarding private groups

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