Bhutan Bike Tours

Bhutan Biking Packages

Duration Price
Sikkim Bhutan Bike Adventure | FREE Kanchenjunga Excursion13 days & 12 nights
INR 29,000
Bhutan Bike Expedition | Phobjikha Punakha & Phuentsholling7 days & 6 nights
INR 32,499
Rev up Your Adventure | Bhutan Bike Expedition9 days & 8 nights
INR 62,500

Explore the mystical landscapes of the Himalayas with Thrillophilia’s Bhutan Bike Tours which are specifically designed for thrill-seekers. These tours offer a unique opportunity to ride the robust Royal Enfield Himalayan Motorbike through Bhutan's diverse terrains - from verdant valleys to towering mountain passes. Experience the excitement of navigating winding roads, while soaking in the breathtaking views of the snow-capped peaks and pristine rivers. Along the way, you can immerse yourself in Bhutan's rich cultural heritage by visiting ancient monasteries, fortresses, and traditional villages.

You can traverse rugged mountain passes, winding valleys, and picturesque villages on your visit to Bhutan. Our expert guides lead you on exhilarating routes, showing iconic landmarks like Paro Taktsang (Tiger's Nest), Punakha Dzong, and the serene Phobjikha Valley. The tours cater to riders of all skill levels, ensuring a memorable adventure for everyone. Whether you're a seasoned biker or a novice rider, our tours cater to all skill levels and have carefully planned itineraries with a perfect mix of exhilarating rides and cultural experiences. Along the way, you can savour authentic Bhutanese cuisine, interact with friendly locals, and stay in cosy accommodations that showcase Bhutanese hospitality. 

From the vibrant streets of Thimphu to the tranquil monasteries of Bumthang, you can add these bike tours to our Bhutan bike tour packages and collect memories to last a lifetime.

Places To See on Bhutan Bike Trip

1. Paro Taktsang: Paro Taktsang, often called the Tiger's Nest, is a Himalayan Buddhist monastery that is built on a cliff in Paro Valley in Bhutan. Its iconic location offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan landscapes and holds spiritual significance. Bikers can take via Paro-Thimphu Highway

And reach the base of the monastery in 20 minutes. Then, they can hike or take horseback rides to reach this beautiful sacred site.

2. Ta Dzong: Ta Dzong, located in Paro in Bhutan, is a historic watchtower that was transformed into the National Museum of Bhutan. From Paro, bikers can travel over the bridge and reach the museum in 10 minutes. This architectural gem houses a fascinating collection of artefacts, art, and weaponry, The masterpiece here is the intricately painted thangka that provides insights into Bhutanese history, culture, and tradition. Explore the museum's exhibits and enjoy panoramic views of Paro Valley from its elevated position, making it a must-visit destination for cultural enthusiasts.

3. Phobjikha Valley: Phobjikha Valley, nestled in the heart of Bhutan, is a serene glacial valley renowned for its breathtaking beauty and rich biodiversity. Home to the endangered black-necked cranes during the winter months, this picturesque valley offers stunning landscapes dotted with traditional Bhutanese villages and pristine forests. Bikers passing through this route can stop over, immerse in the valley's calm surroundings and go on short hikes on your trip with Bhutan bike tour packages with Thrillophilia.

4. Chimi Lhakhang: Chimi Lhakhang, also known as the Temple of Fertility, is a revered Buddhist monastery located in Punakha in Bhutan. Dedicated to the 15th-century saint Drukpa Kunley, this temple is also known as the "Divine Madman,". The temple is adorned with phallic symbols and interesting paintings. It is believed to bless couples who are seeking fertility and provide protection against evil spirits. Bikers can experience the temple's unique ambience by just riding 10 km off from Punakha.

5. Dochula Pass: Dochula Pass is situated on the road from Thimphu to Punakha. It is a scenic mountain pass that is famous for its breathtaking views of the Himalayas. Bikers on this route can pause at the 108 Memorial Chortens here and admire the engulfing beauty. It is heaven for bikers as you can ride the route irrespective of the season and witness Bhutan’s spiritual heritage.

6. Gangtey Gompa Monastery: Gangtey Gompa Monastery is an ancient Buddhist monastery nestled in the serene Phobjikha Valley of Bhutan. Also known as Gangtey Monastery or Gangtey Gonpa, it is steeped in spiritual significance and architectural beauty. The monastery has four storeys and houses five temples within it. You can plan your Bhutan bike trip during the The Black Neck Cranes Festival, an event that is celebrated annually on November 11 every year.

Folk Heritage Museum

The Folk Heritage Museum in Thimphu is located right in the heart of Thimphu and can be reached by bike in just 5 minutes. The museum has a variety of exhibits, demonstrations, and educational programs for visitors to gain insight into traditional Bhutanese rural life, customs, and craftsmanship. Interactive demonstrations at the museum include extracting oil (Markhu Tsene), brewing ara (Ara Kayne) and roasting rice Zaw Ngowni). The museum also has an open-air buffet lunch that serves a wide range of traditional food items.

Buddha Statue

The Buddha Statue in Thimphu is a magnificent monument symbolizing peace, prosperity, and enlightenment. This iconic statue of Buddha Shakyamuni is one of the largest Buddha statues in the world. It is located at the Kuensel Phodrang Nature Park and you can reach this place in about 5 minutes from Thimphu city centre. The statue soars 51.5 meters into the sky and the body of this golden Buddha statue is made up of 125,000 smaller statues of Buddha, making it a must-visit destination during your bike trip in Bhutan.

Thimphu viewpoint:

 The Thimphu viewpoint offers visitors a breathtaking panoramic vista of Bhutan's capital city, Thimphu. Embark on a bike ride to this elevated vantage point and admire the city's skyline, bustling streets, and surrounding natural beauty. As day transitions into night, the viewpoint becomes a prime spot to witness the mesmerising glow of city lights, providing the bikers with a memorable experience of Thimphu's charm.

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Reviewed: 13 Sep 2019
We had so much fun on this bike trip from India to Bhutan. This a great trip organised by Thrillophilia for bike trip enthusiasts. All the requirements were well taken care of and the tour was well organised. The route is extremely beautiful and a group activity as it was, made it all the more amazi... Read More
Reviewed: 13 Sep 2019
Very well planned trip and itinerary. Our group leader was very good in managing the itinerary during the 9 days. We had enough time to see the major attractions of Bhutan and enjoy the ride of bullet with beautiful views. Group was amazing and very friendly and I had made a lot new rider friends.... Read More
Reviewed: 13 Sep 2019
Roads were good with amazing views and landscapes. Bhutan is a county filled with full of natural beauty. Accommodation during the trip was ok and food was very good. After Ladakh this was second long bike ride adventure and bike trip to Bhutan will remain in my memories for forever. Thanks to team ... Read More

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