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Sikkim & Bhutan Bike And Jeep Tour

Package Duration
15 Days / 14 Nights
Destination Covered
Siliguri - Darjeeling - Gangtok - Paro - Thimphu - Phuntsholing - Kathmandu

  • Day 1 : Nepal to Darjeeling

    Description :

    After breakfast, we’ll be taking our Enfield Bullet 500s out for a warm-up ride on adventurous side roads through tea plantations along the border to Nepal to Darjeeling (2,150 m), the famous tea planter’s bazaar high up in the Himalayan foothills. (approx. 90 km) We stay at the famous colonial-style “Cedar Inn” Hotel, Darjeeling (2,150 m) . (approx. 90 km)

    Day 2 : Jorethang

    Description :

    After breakfast, we start by heading steeply downhill through tea plantations to Great Rangeet River, crossing the border into Sikkim at Jorethang after about 30 km.
    We’ll then continue through serene forests and fields back uphill to the renowned Pemayangtse Gompa Buddhist monastery (2,085 m), built in 1705 by the Nyangmapa order. We’ll spend the night in the exclusive, colonial-style Elgin Mt. Pandim Hotel in the small Pelling hill station (2,000 m), around 10 km further. The hotel has a stunning view of the Mt. Kanchenjunga massif (8,598 m). (approx. 90 km)

    Day 3 : Gangtok - Siliguri

    Description :

    Today we’ll be taking narrow mountain roads through deep valleys and remote passes. After a long, twisty ride at various altitudes, we’ll reach the Gangtok–Siliguri national highway at Sigtam. From there, it’s not far to our destination for the day, Rumtek Gompa, the most renowned monastery in Sikkim. This large, wealthy monastery is the seat of the 17th Karmapa Lama, the head of the Tibetan Buddhist Kagyupa Order, who fled from Tibet to India via Mustang and Nepal under dramatic circumstances only three years ago at the age of 18. After dinner, we’ll gather around the campfire in the garden with the crew and have our first opportunity to sample the local fire water. (approx. 120 km)

    Day 4 : Gangtok

    • Phodong Monastery

    Description :

    Round trip via Gangtok to the Phodong monastery
    40 km northeast of Gangtok, we’ll reach the picturesquely situated Phodong monastery. We’ll spend a second night in the cozy Farmhouse Hotel Lodge. Once again, we can settle in for an evening in front of a campfire with a panorama of Gangtok and the snow-capped Tibetan peaks. (approx. 110 km)

    Day 5: We’ll be leaving Sikkim via Melli and Rangpo Check Post. A long day’s riding will take us across Tiger Bridge, Mall Bazaar (where we’ll be having lunch), Binaguri, Jaldapara and Hashimar to the Bhutanese border at Phutsoling. We’ll be spending the night at Druk or Larki Hotel, taking care of border formalities for ourselves and the bikes, and meeting our Bhutanese crew.

    Day 5 : Tiger Bridge

    Description :

    We’ll be leaving Sikkim via Melli and Rangpo Check Post. A long day’s riding will take us across Tiger Bridge, Mall Bazaar (where we’ll be having lunch), Binaguri, Jaldapara and Hashimar to the Bhutanese border at Phutsoling. We’ll be spending the night at Druk or Larki Hotel, taking care of border formalities for ourselves and the bikes, and meeting our Bhutanese crew

  • Other Benefits (On Arrival)
    Description :
    A land of snowcapped mountains, deep, broad valleys with fertile rice paddies and orchards, tiny villages and bustling market towns. Spectacular mountains, rare plants and animals, the ancient walls of Buddhist monasteries and a mystical aura make Bhutan a unique, exclusive experience.

  • Package Terms & Conditions :

    Bookings and Payments: Bookings are confirmed on advance payment of 50%, with the remaining 50% to be paid at least 7 days prior to departure. Payments can be made by online bank deposit or demand draft.





Contact Detail

Laddakh Way Round

Contact Person :-

Mr. Rahul Chauhan

Address :- HIG 4 , H B colony, Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, India
Primary Number :- 08033767596

Phone :- +91-1734-277573
Mobile :- +91-9466175335, 9896165335


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