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5 Nights 6 Days Biking tour itinerary

Tour information

  • Mountain Biking Tours
  • 5 Night - 6 Day
  • 0 Review
  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • 4 star and 5 star accommodations and meals (optional)
  • Airfares (optional)
  • All entrance fees to museums and monuments
  • All internal taxes and fees
  • All meals ( breakfast
  • All meals ( breakfast, lunch, dinner & light refreshments) at 3 star hotels/tourist standard restaurants
  • All necessary trekking equipments like sleeping tents
  • All necessary trekking equipments like sleeping tents, dinning tents, kitchen tents, toilet tents, sleeping mats, sleeping bags
  • All transfers and excursions by private vehicles
  • Bhutan Government Royalty of US$ 65/person/night
  • Bhutanese Tourist Visa fee of US$40/person (must be paid in advance with tour cost)
  • charge
  • Charges for porters ponies/mules for transportation on trekking trail
  • dinner & light refreshments) at 3 star hotels/tourist standard restaurants
  • dinning tents
  • English speaking tour guide service
  • Fees for Trekking cooks/ all meals on trekking
  • FIT surcharges of US$40/person/night for a single traveler and US$30/person/night for a double
  • kitchen tents
  • lunch
  • Mineral drinking water
  • Other personal expenses like overseas calls, laundry,etc
  • Single room supplement of US$40/room/night during low season and US$ 50/room/night during high season (optional)
  • sleeping bags
  • sleeping mats
  • toilet tents
  • Travel inssurance (recommended)
  • Twin sharing hotel rooms at 3 star hotels
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5 Nights 6 Days Biking tour itinerary

5 Nights 6 Days Biking tour itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Paro

On arrival at Paro International airport and after completing your immigration formalities, you will be received by the representative of Advent Bhutan Tours who will be your Bhutan tour guide throughout your entire travel in Bhutan.

Check into the hotel and after brief rest and refreshment /lunch visit the following:

The Rinpung Dzong, a Buddhist monastery and fortress which houses the district Monastic Body and government administrative offices of Paro Dzongkhag, a fine example of Bhutanese historic architecture.  It was built in 1645 to defend the valley against Tibetan invaders. From the Dzong, march further down to Nyamai Zampa, a traditional cantilever bridge which lies below the sheer walls of  Rinpung Dzong. Stroll through Rimpung Bridge ( The oldest bridge in Bhutan)

Then visit the Kichu temple – It is one of the 108 temples built in the 7th century by the Tibetan King Songsten Gampo. The Jowo Temple of Kyichu is one of the oldest temples in Bhutan. To overcome a giant demon who prevented the spread of Buddhism, laid on the whole area of Tibet and the Himalayas, King Songtsen Gampo build 108 temples placed on all the points of her body.

Visit a farmhouse, which gives good insight into the authentic lifestyle of a Bhutanese.

In the evening stroll around Paro town

Dinner and overnight at a hotel in Paro


Day 2: Biking to Haa Valley via Chelela Pass  (3Hours-70Km)

After breakfast travel to Haa.Haa valley is one of the most picturesque places in the Kingdom, spread over an area of 1706 sq. km.It is known as the valley of Guardian Spirit.The road stretches through the villages of Dogakha, Susuna and Jabana composed of typical Bhutanese farmhouses along the way.  Drive further onto Haa Valley. After lunch, explore Haa valley and return back to Paro valley via Chelela pass (3810 m). On the way back you will see the spectacular view of Himalayan mountain peaks from Chilela pass. Then drive onto Paro valley

After breakfast, start your biking excursion to Chelela Pass from Paro valley. The road runs down through the Paro valley, characterised by the narrow-gauged with high, rocky cliffs on the left. You can stop on the way to visit the magnificent Tamchhog Lhakhang, the hereditary place of worship for Bhutan’s iron bridge build. After six hours ride, you will reach the prayer flagged summit of the Chelela pass (3810 m)-the highest road pass in the country. On a clear day, you can view Mt. Jumolhari along with Jichu Drake and adjoining peaks to the North West, as well as the view of both the Paro and Haa Valley. Since the road climb is quite high, you can opt to get a ride on the tour vehicle, if you are not confident to ride up.  We will take a brief rest for a picnic lunch at the Chelela Pass. After lunch, we shall resume our ride downhill onto Haa Valley.

After reaching Haa Valley, check into your hotel. We will have some refreshment to replenish our energy.

In the evening explore Haa Valley visiting Lhakhang Karpo (White Temple) and Lhakhang Nagpo (Black Temple).Myth has it that Haa is blessed by the three Bodhisattvas namely Manjushree, Avalokiteshvara, and Vajrapani. These three Bodhisattvas is represented by three sister mountains known as Miri Puensum and are believed to be the embodiment of Chag-na Dorji (god of Might), Jampel-yang (god of wisdom) and Chenrezig (god of compassion) which overlooks the Haa Valley.

Dinner and overnight at a hotel in Haa Valley.


Day 3: Bike Tour from Haa Valley – Thimphu ( 4Hours-115 km)

After breakfast, we shall start biking to Thimphu. The road stretches through the villages of Dogakha, Susuna and Jabana composed of typical Bhutanese farmhouses along the way. we will  Stop for picnic lunch at Dogakha village and after lunch resume biking on to Thimphu. Then passage through  Chuzom, is the entrance to the Thimphu valley,  the Confluence of Paro and Thimphu rivers. From here, the road is well paved and is a straight ride onto Thimphu -the capital city of Bhutan.

On arrival at Thimphu check into your hotel and relax after a tiresome bike ride.

Dinner and overnight at a hotel in Thimphu.


Day 4: Rest day – Thimphu Day-long sightseeing

After breakfast, Thimphu Day-long sightseeing includes the visit the following places:

The Centenary Farmers’ market – Thimphu weekend market is one of the largest domestic markets for Bhutanese farmers. Farmers sell their own produced vegetables, flour, rice, roasted rice, rice flakes, spices, fruits and livestock products (cheese and butter). And also sell wild ferns or bamboo shoots which are collected from forests. People from villages from different cities as well as from town come to this weekend market.

The National Textile Museum is located near the National Library of Bhutan. It was established in 2001 and operated by the National Commission for Cultural Affairs. Ever since its establishment, the museum has gained national and international recognition and has generated a important collection of antique textile artifacts.

Traditional Bhutanese paper making factory– Jungshi Paper Factory was established in November 1990 as an undertaking of the Royal Government of Bhutan.This small factory produces traditional Bhutanese paper handmade from the bark of the Daphne bush. The unit now boasts as a major and sole dealer in handmade paper and its products.


The Memorial Chorten– Also known as the Thimphu Chorten, was built in 1974 to honor the third Druk Gyalpo, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck (1928–1972), who is regarded as “The Father of Modern Bhutan”.   Buddhist call the monument “The mind of the Buddha”. It is an honoured landmark in the city with its golden spires and bells, widely known as “the most visible religious landmark in Bhutan”.

Lunch and visit the Folk Heritage Museum– The museum was launched on 28 July 2001 under the initiative of founder Queen Mother Ashi Dorji Wangmo. The outdoor museum gives an insight into rural life. The museum exhibit diverse materials associated with the Bhutanese culture and way of life. The exhibition comprises of rural households’ artifacts, equipment, objects and tools.

After lunch, visit the following:

The Takin Preserve, which houses the national animal, Takin (The national animal of Bhutan). The reason for declaring Takin as the national animal is attributed to a legend of the animal’s creation (goat’s head and cattle’s body) in Bhutan in the 15th century by Lama Drukpa Kunley. Drive further to Sangaygang to get a bird’s eye view of the beautiful Thimphu valley.

The Tashichho Dzong – It is a Buddhist monastery and fortress of the glorious religion on the northern edge of the city of Thimphu, built in 1641 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel. It was rebuilt into the present structure by the late King, His Majesty Jigme Dorji Wangchuck in the year 1962-1969. It houses the secretariat building, the throne room and the office of the king, and the central monk body.

The Kuenselphodrang (commonly known as Buddha Point) – The Great Buddha Dordenma is sited amidst the ruins of Kuensel Phodrang, the palace of Sherab Wangchuck, the thirteenth Desi Druk, facing towards the Southern approach to Thimphu. It is one of the largest Buddha statues in the world, at 169 feet (52 m) and contains 100,000 8-inch-tall and 25,000 12-inch-tall gilded bronze Buddhas.

Then, stroll down the Handicrafts Emporium and local crafts shops, aligned neatly below Norzin Lam, opposite to Nehru Wangchuk Cultural Centre, to witness Bhutanese fine traditional arts. Here you can buy hand-woven textiles, thangka paintings, masks, ceramics, slate and wood carvings, jewellery, and other eye-catching items made from local materials.

Dinner and overnight at the same hotel in Thimphu.


Day 5: Thimphu-Paro (2Hours-55Km) &Paro Excursion to Taktsang (3hours 30 minutes Walk)

Drive to Satsam Chorten and then hike to the Taktshang, the Tiger’s Nest. Normally it takes about three and half hours to complete the hike but might take longer depending on your fitness.  Paro Taktsang, also known as the Tiger’s Nest, is an important  Buddhist sacred site which clings to the rock face, 900 meters above the valley floor. To the rear of the Taktsang lies Senge Samdup cave where Guru Rinpoche is said to have meditated for three years, three months, three weeks, three days and three hours in the 8th century. Today, Paro Taktsang is popularly known for the thirteen Taktsang or “tiger lair” caves in which he is believed that Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche) flew to Taktshang from Tibet on the back of a tigress from Khenpajong. This place was consecrated to tame the Tiger demon.

Refreshment will be served at View Point Cafeteria en route. After visiting the monastery, descend back to viewpoint cafeteria for lunch and then further descend downhill to the base. Then drive back to the hotel.

In the evening, you can relax after your tiresome journey/ you may relax in the traditional hot stone bath

Overnight in Paro


Day 6: Paro – Departure

Advent Bhutan Tours & Travels (your local Bhutan travel agent) will see you off at the Paro International Airport for your onward destinations.



End of the tour

 5 Night 6  Day Tour Price

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     Low Season:Dec,Jan, Feb,Jun, Jul & Aug

US$ 1200/person



High Season:Mar,April, May,Sept,Oct & Nov





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