Raft the class 3 rapids of Pho Chu ✦ Hike to Tigers Nest monastery ✦ Taste Bhutan's national dish, chilies & cheese ✦ Relax in luxurious, Bhutanese style hotels ✦ Meet the locals face to face while cycling rural roads
Bhutan Multisport Tour
Bicycle, Hike & Raft Bhutan
The 8-day tour multisport adventure is discovery by hiking, biking, and white-water rafting, take a thrilling trip through the country that inspired the legends of Shangri-la and navigating the rapids of Pho Chu River.
Truly get to know the beautiful land of this spiritual and isolated region as you walk, ride, and raft through the scenic terrain. Surrounded by the soaring mountains, thick forests, and rolling rapids of the Himalayas, you will spend your days cycling over picturesque passes, hiking through the countryside, and floating the Pho Chu River. From the sacred Taktshang Goemba(known to many as Tigers Nest) to the Punakha Dzong (the former seat of government in the kingdom until about 1955), the adventure will take you to quiet villages, spectacular monasteries, and majestic temples. Get a feel for daily life in Bhutan as well, as you spend time at a family farm, try a delicacy of Sikam paa - ultimate bacon lovers experience sun dried pork belly stir fried with chilis; Shakam ema datshi - beef jerky poached with cheese and butter; Shakam paa - dried beef cooked with chilis and slices of radish and eat traditional cuisine, and greet locals on the road.
Bhutan adventure day by day details
Shuttle to the 108 Chortens atop Dochula Pass, descend on bike to Punakha.
Ride: 31 mi / 50 km (43 mi / 69 km if you cycle up), Land: alpine descent, Pass: Docula (3100 m)
Eat: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Sleep: Dhensa Boutique
Hike through the hills surrounding Punakha, then descend to riverside for rafting the Pho Chu River's class 2 & 3 rapids.
Walk: 2 hours Raft: Class 2 & 3 whitewater Eat: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Sleep: Dhensa Boutique
Say farewell to Bhutan as you fly back to Bangkok. Legshembe joen
Travel: Shuttle to airport
The Bhutan Multipsort Tour meets and ends at Paro International Airport in Paro, Bhutan. Guides will meet arriving flights, between 9:00 and 12:00
Guests should plan their flights to arrive in Paro before 12:00 (noon) on Day 1 of the tour and their departing flights after 10:00 (10 am) on Day 8.
Paro Airport code: PBH Local Time: GMT+6
Travel Tip: Flights to Paro depart first thing in the morning. Guests might want to come to Bangkok a day or two early for a more relaxed journey.
Passports are required for all guests. Bhutan Tourist Visas are provided as part of the tour package. Pedalers does NOT provide visa services for any other destinations.
Whatcha Gonna Get
- Expert local bilingual guides
- Entrance and activity fees
- Handpicked lodges, ensuite rooms, double occupancy
- Daily breakfast, lunch, snacks*
- Dinners featuring fine local cuisine*
- Unlimited drinking water**
- Support van for baggage and lifts
- Free use of bicycles
- Airport pick up & drop off
- Bhutan visa processing and fees
*as noted in itinerary
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Your Group, Your Date
You, your family and friends, your preferred date, our handcrafted tour routes, privately guided, the ultimate adventure getaway.
Première Inns from $5450
Classic Inns from $3250
Tour is available year round. November through February is winter with colder temperatures in the high passes and occasional light snow fall.