Adventure / Out Door Tours
Bhutan is a very beautiful place for out door touring on #Motor #Bikes and #Bicycles. The sky is clear, air is pure and clean and trails and roads are winding passing through wilderness and blissful nature all around. We Operate such tours so that some adventurous and nature loving tourists can enjoy their time in Bhutan.
#Motor #Biking is truly an adventure in Bhutan, as Bhutan roads are narrow and meanders up and down sooner than you expect the next curve or bend. You will pass by many untouched villages and typical Bhutanese homes and will meet quite a few of the villagers doing their daily chores.
Motor Biking Tours:
This tour is more for the two wheeler adventurist who love live adventure and on the face feel of raw thrill. We at Bhutan Jewel will arrange the Bikes,Royal Enfield Brand. All you need to do is just enjoy every ride through straight roads,winding roads,high passes,through villages,rural towns,and lonely roads ,all in one and in harmony with nature.
Bhutan has the most beautiful roads although abit narrow compared to developed countries. And while riding you pass by and enjoy nature in all its glory,meet local people and you can stop wherever you please.
We will be there to guide you and show you the best of Bhutan.
Motor Biking Tours in Bhutan take the same and similar road as the vehicles and stay over night in designated places of night halts. The Biking Tours are similar to the Bhutan Cultural Tours,except that you will be riding a Bike instead of sitting in a vehicle.
CLOTHES: We advice Riders to wear layered clothes as the weather changes within short distances.
Bhutan Traffic Rules: In Bhutan, all vehicles and two wheelers have to ply on left hand side of the road. So get used to this rule as its most safe on bends where accidents can be avoided.
RIDE SAFE and ENJOY EVERY INCH OF THE ROAD WHEREVER YOUR BIKE TAKES YOU.
#Bicycling is another of the out door adventure touring in Bhutan. Cycle at your own pace and enjoy the wilderness,the forests that cover both sides of the road and biking trails.
Bicycle Touring in Bhutan is so untapped thus tourists will enjoy the trails and the wilderness.Cycling can be done on the main road too whereby you cycle instead of traveling on the bus or car and enjoy the freshness of cycling around.
There are special set routes for bicycling in Bhutan. Like I mentioned earlier,cycling is untapped so trails have been opened for cycling but you can venture into other areas if you are the dare devil type and want to explore and create your own route.
Thimphu- Pangri Zampa (28km roundtrip) Town Square 2350m – Dechenchholing
2420m (8km) – Pangri Zampa – Taba Top (6km forest/ dirt road) Return 60% downhill.
Khuruthang – Tashithang (62km roundtrip) Start at Khuruthang town 1240m –
Punakha Dzong 1250m (4km) – Phuntsho Pelri (5km) -Yebesa (3km) Rimchu (9km)-
Tashithang 1840m (10km/ dirt road) Tashithang is along the Mo Chu. Rimchu area is
among the hot spots for birding.Rafting and kayaking is also a option on this section.
Wangdue Phodrang – Phobjikha (64km oneway) Start in Wangdue town 1315m –
Chhuzomsa 1410m (8km) – Tikke Zampa 1490(4km) Nobding 2640m (27km) –
Dungdung Nyelsa 2910m(7km) – Lawala Junction 3240m (5km) – Lawala 3360m(3km) – Gangtey Gompa 3000m (3km) – Phobjikha- Tabiting 2830m(7km). There are several day trips in and around Gangtey and Phobji Geog. There is a 5.5km forest road under construction to Gogona, 6km dirt road + 2hours walk/bike to Khebethang and 7km dirt road to Kunkuthang.
Jakar – Tang (62km roundtrip) Start at Jakar town 2580m – Membartsho 2570m (11km) – Mesithang (17km/uphill dirt road ) – Kizom Suspension bridge 2760m (3km) cross the
bridge and 30min uphill walk to Ugyenchholing. The Guest house and Museum
(lifestyle/artworks) is run by the Ugyenchholing Trust. The Rodongla Trek also starts
from Tang and the Bumthang Cultural Trek can be done backwards from Tang.
Trashigang – Phongme – Trashigang (70km roundtrip). Start at Trashigang town 1070m
– Riju 860m (4km) – Lungtenzampa (5km) Rangjung bridge 1060 (7km) – Rangjung 1080
(1km) – Radi School 1870m (8km) – Phongme 1800m (10km).
The biker will have plenty of opportunity to sneak into any of the villages and get into the culture of rural Bhutan. Villages that fall along the trail are namely; Bajo, Jimthang, Manakha, Oladama, Tshochagsa and Aumtekha. Trail between Oldama and Tshochagsa is very interesting in terms of scenic value. One can have the view of Dochula, Talo Goenpa, Labtsakha and punakha valley with magnificent Punakha Dzong and monasteries. While descending from Tshochagsa, Wangdue Phodrang Dzong and Chimi Lhakhang could also be seen.
Bhutan Jewel Travel (if informed early) can make arrangements for participation in Biking competition like the “Tour of The Dragon” and “Dantak Cycling”