extreme bike tours


The Land of the Dragon People

- Bhutan Motorcycle Tours -



Royal Enfield 500cc Classic / 410cc Himalayan


Hotels & Guest Houses


15 Days - 14 Nights


Oct 6th - 20th 2024
Oct 6th - 20th 2025


1250 Km

Riding Hours

4-6 per day


All Terrain



Important note: Tours in Sri Lanka can be scheduled all year round on request with no minimum participants limitations.


Rider US $6,900
Pillion US $5,900
Single Supplement US $650

- Important: Prices include Sustainable Development Fee (SDF) of US $100 per day

bhutan motorcycle tour - the land of the dragon people

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    What's Included

    • Motorcycle, Fuel & Spares

      Ride the legendary Royal Enfield 500cc Classic.

    • Accommodation

      A selection of Guest houses and handpicked hotels

    • All Meals

      Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and beverages

    • Expert Guides

      Local and international guides

    • Full Support

      Support vehicle, crew and mechanic

    • Airport Transfers

      Airport pick-up and drop-off

    • Entrance Fees

      All entrances to sites, national parks, tolls, etc.

    • First Aid Equipment

      (Hopefully it won't be necessary)

    Not included

    Flight Tickets

    Indian Visa

    Personal Travel Insurance

    Personal Health Insurance

    Alcoholic Beverages

    About Bhutan - The Land of the Dragon People Motorcycle Tour

    Flying from Delhi into West Bengal and moving to the border town of Pheuntsoling the Bhutan Motorcycle Tour traverses the country from the West to the lesser travelled East ending up back in India in Assam.


    Taking in many of the country’s most famous sites such as The Tiger’s Nest, The Dzongs of  Phunaka and Trongsa and the amazing mountain scenery the tour weaves it’s way through Bhutan’s mystical landscape.


    There are not many straight roads here and with passes up to 3750M, it makes for some excellent motorbike riding.


    Using a combination of hotels and family run guesthouses with wonderful local hospitality and a unique cuisine this is certainly not roughing it.


    This really is a place that has it’s very own identity and is explored by very few. 


    The Royal Enfield is our bike of choice when in the Himalayan mountains and here we ride the Enfield Classic 500cc or the Himalayan 410cc.


    Come and join us on this journey across this charming and enigmatic country.


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    Frequently Asked

    The price includes the Visa and the SDF, a tourist levy of US $100 per day. However since the tour starts in India, you would need to obtain the Indian visa.

    To ride in Bhutan it’s necessary to have an International Driving Permit (Geneva Convention)

    • Good crash helmet (BS Kite Mark)
    • Protective Jackets
    • Protective gloves
    • Protective trousers
    • Goggles
    • Waterproof bike boots, shin and ankle protection
    • Windproof and waterproof trousers and jacket
    • Scarf or bandana to keep dust out of your nose and mouth
    • Sunglasses
    • Torch
    • High Factor sun cream (30+ minimum)
    • Lip balm
    • Mosquito repellent

    Bhutan’s weather in autumn, which typically spans from September to November, is generally pleasant and considered one of the best times to visit the country. During this season, the temperatures are moderate, and the weather is characterised by clear skies and lower levels of precipitation.

    In the daytime, temperatures often range from around 15 to 25 degrees Celsius (59 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit), making it comfortably cool. However, it’s important to note that temperatures can vary depending on the specific region within Bhutan due to the country’s diverse topography.

    Autumn is also known for the vibrant fall foliage, especially in the higher altitudes, adding a colorful aspect to the landscape. This season is popular among tourists for trekking and exploring the cultural and natural wonders of Bhutan.

    Beside protective clothing such as pants, boots and jackets for when riding, in general you can wear shorts and light t-shirts. It is also recommended to bring a sweater or two, alongside with some long pants for when staying at higher altitude. Waterproof jacket is also recommended as some days might be rainy.

    Partners, family members or friends of riders can also join and travel in the support vehicle at Pillion price. 

    The minimum number of riders required for Bhutan is 6. The maximum number of riders per group is 10. 

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