Bhutan is a once in a lifetime experience, it’s like no other place you’ve visited and what’s better is experiencing this beautiful kingdom by motorbikes.
The stunning monasteries and dzongs, the striking mountains and the people and culture are truly worth experiencing.
A guided motorbike tour will help you take in all of Bhutan - the crisp air, the stunning scenery, the snow capped peaks, the bustling market towns, all of this is best experienced on motorbikes.
Imagine riding a Royal Enfield supervised by an experienced guide, it truly is the best way to experience Bhutan, far from the conventional tours.
All our tours are provided with technical assistance throughout the trip.
The average temperatures in Bhutan during this period is 26°/28° °C. The weather is, in general, dry and sunny but it can change and temperatures may drop on the mountains areas. We should have some very sunny and hot days, some cold evenings, and maybe some hours of rain. It is thus advised to bring high protection sun lotion, sunglasses and gloves.
Motorbike gear: helmet (best an open one), wind-breaker, gloves, closed boots, and motorbike equipment for the rain (those in two parts preferably). In windy days, the top of the wind-breaker could be enough for not feeling cold. In Nepal, the rain is rare in April, but the weather is unpredictable. If you are sensitive to the cold, bring protection. A motorbike tank bag is very useful to keep the camera, hand gloves or small things within reach.State of the road and driving in Bhutan
This trip is one of the most spectacular and impressive that one can make on a motorbike. This trip is an easy walk and is available for any biker having some experience on the road. If driving in Bhutan is easy (the rules are not the same as in our countries), one gets used rather quickly to the “local habits”. The roads have in general very little traffic and people drive slowly. The state of the roads is quite good and mainly all in tarmac with very few kilometres of tracks.
Bhutan is an incredible country, full of magic, but it is not an easy country for those who do not have patience or are not used to the delays and the unforeseen situations. If you decide to join the group, We will ask you to be flexible with the possible delays and the unexpected situations due to the special conditions of the country. This type of motorbike adventures always has a share of risks of which you must be aware of and accept before joining the group.
Being open minded with a good amount of humour is essential to be able to enjoy this trip to the maximum.The RoyalEnfield Bullet
The Royal Enfield continues to be manufactured in the Indian factories of Madras after the closing of the head office in England in the Fifties.
There have been very few aesthetic and technical changes since then. It is a very solid motorbike with a legendary look and motor noise. With a 500cc engine, the Royal Enfield gives a pleasurable sense of a bygone time on the Indian roads. The Bullet is far from being a fast motorbike but it is the best adapted for the hard conditions of the roads in this part of the world.Booking
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Itinerary -12 days/ 11 nights
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