Morning arrival to the Land of the Thunder Dragon and in the afternoon we'll visit Paro Museum and one of the major Dzongs (fortress temple).
Short transfer to Thimphu and visit museums and the National Institute for Zorig Chusum. Then ride to Dodina past small villages and farmlands, returning to Thimphu.
We start climbing to the pass at Dochula, which is known for its spiritual energy and 108 Chortens. After lunch, we descend down to Punakha.
We take time to explore Punakha, visiting Punakha Dzong and Chhimi Lhakhang before riding onto Wangdue.
A gentle climb on the road connecting eastern and western Bhutan all the way to Trongsa.
Cycle up to Yontong La pass before we head down to Zungney. Later, we climb to Kiki La before descending down to Jakar, also called Bumthang.
The morning is free for you to explore the city. In the afternoon, we visit dzongs and Goembas scattered around the valley.
We ride up to the remote Tang Valley and stay at a private museum and guesthouse.
We backtrack to the main road to Shirtung La at the top of the pass. We have an option to ride down a single track to Ura village or continue on a paved road.
We make our way to Bhutan's highest pass, Thurmshing La, at the summit of 3,798 m. Later, we ride downhill to our campsite at Sengor.
Our downhill continues to Kuru Chu River from 3,051 m to 579 m before we climb back up to 1,590 m to Mongar.
Another day of ups and downs as we climb to Kori La before we descend down to Drangme Chu River. A a final climb up to Trashigang finishes off our roller coaster day.
We ride up to Yongphu La at 2,544 m before we ride on to a campsite outside Wamrong.
Our final pass comes in at a mere 2,388 m before we descend a total of 3,080 m all the way down to the border town of Samdrup Jongkhar.
We cross the border into India and drive to Guwahati Airport.