Bhutan Biking - 8 Days

Biking in Bhutan takes you to the interesting places of Bhutan, and one such place is the Dochula Pass (3050 m), from where you could see a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges. Later, you follow an exciting downhill to the alluvial Punakha Valley, en-route, you visit the Royal Botanical Park.

At the beginning of the Bhutan Biking, you do a warm up biking up to the Buddha Point, where you see one of the largest statues of Buddha. From here, you bike to know the culture of Bhutan, as well as to explore the historical monuments of Bhutan. These monuments include Chimi Lhakhang, Paro Rimpung dzong, and National Museum, and they exhibit the bronze masterpieces and the famous paintings of Bhutan. These paintings also interpret the history of Bhutan. In the same way, Folk Heritage Museum displays the material culture life of the Bhutanese, while Chimi Lhakhang, the temple of the Divine Madman blesses the women, who seek fertility.

By biking, you reach near Takin, the national animal of Bhutan. Inside the “Castle of Great Happiness,” is the architectural grandeur. This is the castle with a massive structure, built on the junction of two rivers, such as the Pho Chhu (Male River) and the Mochu (Female River). You also do an excursion to Tiger’s Nest that clings to the edge of a sheer rock cliff that plunges 900 m into the Paro valley. History states that Guru Padmasambhava, the Tantric mystic, who had brought Buddhism to Bhutan, arrived in this monastery on the back of a flying tigress from Tibet. He also established Nyingma School of Mahayana Buddhism in Bhutan, and many Bhutanese believe that he is a saint and protector of Bhutan