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9 days Road Trip To Bhutan- Land of Hapiness”

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9 Days
Availability : 2019
Bhutan
Bhutan
Min Age : 5
Max People : 100
9 days Road trip to Bhutan- "Land of Happiness"
“Kusuzangpo”

That’s how people greet one another in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. Welcome to the land of happiness …”BHUTAN” where the “gross national happiness” takes precedence over economic considerations. 9 Days road trip will take you to the most beautiful parts of Bhutan explore and enjoy the beautiful landscape and rich culture with mouth-watering food. The country is located between India and China in the eastern Himalayas at elevations ranging from 180 to 7,500 meters. Bhutan is mainly Buddhist, a small Hindu population of Nepali immigrant’s lives in the south of the country. Tourism is permitted only to the extent that it does not endanger the kingdom’s traditional culture and society

Departure & Return Location

delhi- Bhutan (Google Map)

INCLUSIONS

  • All accommodations on Twin sharing Basis.
  • All meals throughout the stay on MAPAI basis- Breakfast & Dinner
  • Guided Tour with well-planned Planned Itinerary.
  • Support back up vehicle/ Luggage Vehicle, for emergency use and luggage transfer. (Strictly No suitcase/Trolley bags allowed - only one rucksack/backpack per person. Extra luggage will be charged extra.)
  • Experienced Team Leader/ Road Captain & Support staff.
  • Certified Mechanic for breakdown service.
  • All Permits in Bhutan for participants and vehicle registration.
  • Basic First aid kit and Rescue arrangements.
  • Specially Designed T-Shirt, Wrist Band, Keychain.
  • Participation Certificate by Real life hero on completion of the Expedition.
  • Expedition Stickers for Bike & Helmet & Cars.
  • People who choose Bike with Fuel package will get Helmet in the package for both Rider and Pillion.
  • Group Photographs of the Expedition, memories to cherish –Only group Photos taken by Road Captain on trip
  • Briefing by specialists on how to Travel / keep yourself safe and healthy during Expedition. We will send mails prior to departure on how to pack/ List of things you need to carry. And things to know.
  • Unforgettable memory and buddies for life.

USEFUL INFORMATION

  • Costs are valid for Indian nationals with valid ID proof. For foreign National the cost will be different.
  • Driving License- Driving license is mandatory for riding. Indian driving license is sufficient, International driving license is not required.
  • Accessibility- Entry into Bhutan can be made either by Train or by flight. Delhi to bagdogra /The New Jalpaiguri Railway station is 1472 km away which will take 2-3 days by road, 22 Hrs by train and 2 Hrs. by flight.
  • Support back up vehicle/ Luggage Vehicle, for emergency use and luggage transfer. (Strictly No suitcase/Trolley bags allowed - only one rucksack/backpack per person. Extra luggage will be charged extra.)
  • Entry Permit Indian Nationals travelling between India & Bhutan do not need Visa. An identity document, be it either passport or an election commission ID card is, however required for presentation at the immigration during entry, along with 04 passport size photographs.
  • Currency- The Bhutanese currency is called Ngultrum (Nu.) and is at par with Indian Rupee. Credit cards (Amex and Visa cards) are accepted by only few limited establishments and no ATM centers are available. Indian Rupee is acceptable all over Bhutan.
  • Clothes- Cotton clothes are sufficient, plus a woolen sweater or light jacket. However, you will need few warm clothes. Comfortable sports shoes are also recommended.
  • Language- The official language of Bhutan is Dzongkha and a large number of dialects are spoken. English has been the language of educational instruction since 1964 and is widely spoken. Also locals at popular tourist destinations understand and speak Hindi.
  • Security- Bhutan is very safe destination with lowest crime rate in the world. In general you will find Bhutanese people very warm, hospitable, helpful and friendly.

EXCLUSIONS

  • Any Expense incurred due to force majeure.
  • Any extra cost (Transportation/ Accommodation) arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes) or change in law, etc (to be borne by the client as per actual, which is directly payable on the spot).
  • Expenses of personal nature such as table drinks, Water bottle, snacks, telephone calls, laundry, camera fee for still or video camera, tips to drivers, local guides, and hotel staff.
  • Cost incurred to transfer or tow the motorbike in case it is dropped on the way
  • Any item, activity or facility other than clearly mentioned within the inclusions & itinerary above.
  • GST /any kind of tax.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • People who choose with Bike+Fuel package have to pay security deposit of Rs.10000/- Which is refundable you once handover the bike at the end of the trip. Bikes will be  provided after proper check up and paperwork. Without security no bikes will be provided.
  • Trip schedule is subjected to change as per road, weather and other unavoidable conditions so take a day or two in buffer. This is not an ordinary place its "Leh Ladakh". Only  Team members have the right to take decision depending on above.
  • Any extra cost (Transportation/ Accommodation) arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes) or change in law will be extra. 
  • Any hotel/camp stay apart from fixed schedule (as per the itinerary) will be extra.
  • Strictly No suitcase/Trolley bags are allowed only 1 backpack bag is allowed in Backup vehicle/ Luggage Vehicle. We provide luggage vehicle however customer will be  responsible for their own luggage. Extra bag pack will be charged extra.
  • Kindly note this is expedition is not an ordinary trip so mentally prepare yourself for the same, take it as a challenge.
  • Cancellation Policy: 100% refund policy is there if the trip got cancelled or called off by Devils on Wheelz otherwise there is no refund of any kind. Participants will be responsible for their personal belongings on the trip; company will not be responsible for the same.

Other Information

  • CLOSING DAYS OF SOME OF MONUMENTS MENTIONED IN ITINERARY: Immigration is Closed on Sat, Sun & Government Holidays
  • Ta Dzong – Paro (National Museum) - Closed on Government Holidays National Library – Thimphu - Closed on Sat, Sun & Government Holidays
  • Folk Heritage Museum - Thimphu - Closed on Government Holidays and on Sat open from 10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and on Sun open from 11.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
  • Strictly No suitcase/Trolley bags are allowed only 1 backpack bag is allowed in Backup vehicle/ Luggage Vehicle. We provide luggage vehicle however customer will be  responsible for their own luggage. Extra bag pack will be charged extra.

IMPORTANT NOTE

  • For all the travelers it is necessary to carry original Voter ID or Passport to travel to Bhutan.
  • In case of child it is required to carry Birth Certificate along with School ID card.
  • Folk Heritage Museum - Thimphu - Closed on Government Holidays and on Sat open from 10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. and on Sun open from 11.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
  • To get the permit we need to submit 2 copies of passport size photograph, clear scanned copies of the voter ID card and Passport for adults and for Kids the copy of Birth Certificate. It is mandatory to carry the same.
Itinerary

Day 1 Siliguri

All the participants are required to reach Siliguri on days one. Our representative will meet and greet you at hotel. Later paper formalities will be done followed by little brief on how to travel and things to keep in mind while travelling to Bhutan..

Day 2Siliguri - Phuntsholing (156 KM | 5 HRS)

Cross over into The Land of Thunder Dragon, Phuntsholing city, Bhutan. Phuntsholing is the point of entry for travelers arriving from Siliguri and the town functions primarily as a place where Bhutanese and Indians do business. The architecture is modern, and there is no dzong, famous monastery or in fact anything of particular interest to tourists. Overnight stay at Phuntsholing.

Day 3Phuntsholing

Today is the day to get permits and other important documents from authorities. Before head out to the next destination, get road permits and visas. Overnight stay at Phuntsholing.

Day 4 Phuntsholing - Thimphu (145 KM | 4-5 HRS) (Altitude 2,600 m)

Start riding toward Thimphu after breakfast. Today we will be doing a fantastic climb up to the Chele La pass (3,990 m). This is Bhutan´s highest road! We will then take the new main road into Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital city. (2,400 m, approx. 50,000 inhabitants). We will visit Tashichho Dzong, the throne and office of the King of Bhutan. Admire the amazing views of Dechencholing Palace from the castle. Spend the day at leisure exploring other must visit places in Bhutan like Memorial Chorten and Kuensel Phodrang, where the biggest statue of Buddha in the world overlooks. Evening is spent exploring the city and the local bazaars. Overnight stay at Thimphu.

Day 5Thimphu - Punakha (82 KM | 3-4 HRS)

This day begins early as we prepare to leave for our first pass in Bhutan – the Dochula at 10301 feet. The ride to Punakha is an easy one. We have our lunch on the way and then check in to the hotel for night stay. The ride up to this place is nothing short of breath-taking, with dense vegetation and blooming flowers keeping you company and snow-capped mountains looming in the background. We spend the evening exploring the town and observing the locals and their lifestyle. A visit to the Dzong, one of the most beautiful monasteries, would definitely be worthwhile. Overnight stay at Punakha.

Day 6Punakha - Paro (125 KM | 4-5 HRS)

Once again we start the day early and after breakfast ride to Trongsa. On our way we stop to visit the 18th century stupa called Chendebji Chorten, built by Lama Shida, modelled after the famous Swayambhunath Stupa of Nepal. Legend has it that an evil spirit took the form of a gigantic snake and to cover its remains this structure was erected. The whole experience is soothing to the eyes as well as the soul. Overnight stay at Paro.

Day 7:Rest Day at Paro

This day begins with a sumptuous breakfast followed by a 5 hour hike up to the Taktsang Dzong or Tiger’s Nest Monastery. It is undoubtedly one of the most majestic, mesmerizing and memorable places you will ever see. Legend has it that Guru Padmasambhava flew to this exact spot on the back of a tigress in the 8th century and meditated here for 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days and 3 hours. He is also known as second Buddha for introducing Buddhism to Bhutan. A temple complex was built here in 1692 and is most popular for the thirteen tiger lair caves in which he meditated. Later return in the afternoon and go for Hot Stone Bath Therapy at a farm house and relax our tired muscles. Evening is spent exploring the city.

Day 8: Paro to Siliguri (280KM | 8-9 HRS)

Start journey after breakfast from Paro. It’s the same route we came from. Reach Siliguri in evening. Overnight stay at Siliguri.

Day 9: Siliguri

Today is last day of the trip. After breakfast head toward your home destination with experience like-minded friends and lots of memories.

Documents required to enter in Bhutan are

For Bhutan Immigration Voter Identity Card, Passport

Passport Size color Photograph (2 Nos/Pax)

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