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Mountain Biking in Bhutan

Mountain biking in Bhutan is one of the most unique and probably the best way to travel and experience a thrilling adventure. Bhutan is amongst the least polluted nations on this earth with well-maintained highways and less traffic in road navigation. Moreover, the connecting roads and trails in the country are accompanied by an abundance of natural scenery and a bounty of flora and fauna flourishing in the nearby woods and botanical parks. Bhutan truly is a traveler’s delight; you will not only have the opportunity to ride genuinely untouched trails and have a rejuvenating experience but also have the benefit to visit everlasting woods and landmarks across the country.

While itineraries are pre-planned there is some flexibility and you’ll have plenty of scopes to be able to choose places to visit, as well as drop a few places on the itinerary if you so desire. Also, all the packages can be custom-made to suit your need in Bhutan Travel.

Truly Bhutan warmly welcomes you to the charismatic land of Thunder Dragon. Bhutan may be a small country with moderate expansion but it is well known in the modern world for its aesthetic wilderness and presence of various endangered fauna. Similarly, the country has as many as 770 species of permanent residents as well as migratory birds. Bhutan is very passionate about its natural heritage and firmly takes immense action to preserve and protect its rare species including the avian mammals. As over 70 percent of the country’s land is covered in forest, these birds have sufficient habitat to breed and prosper healthily.

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You may snap photographs almost anywhere, and locals love to pose for them, but it is better to seek permission beforehand. Many individuals will offer you their address after you snap a photograph so that you may send them a copy of the photo.

To be safe, consult with your tour host before snapping photographs in museums or public buildings. Some locations prohibit photography for religious and security concerns. It is suggested that you carry sufficient film, memory cards, and batteries, as photo shops in Bhutan do not offer high-quality equipment or supplies

Please do not provide sweets or tiny trinkets to youngsters as a thank you for photographing them. Bhutanese people are happy that there are no beggars in Bhutan and do not want to encourage this habit. Small presents for your hosts and a tip for your guide are acceptable.

A lack of oxygen produces acute mountain sickness when ascending to higher elevations. This is especially prevalent in those who haven’t had time to adjust to an altitude of more than 7,000 feet (2,100 meters) before engaging in rigorous activities. Individual tolerance varies, but symptoms usually appear within a few hours, with the most sensitive being those in poor physical condition.

Headache, weariness, shortness of breath, nausea, and lack of appetite are among the first symptoms. Another prevalent issue is sleep deprivation. In more serious conditions, thinking and judgment may be impaired. High altitude pulmonary edema is an uncommon but potentially fatal illness caused by fluid buildup in the lungs.

Avoid alcoholic beverages, sleeping drugs, and narcotics. They may reduce breathing, exacerbate hypoxia, and exacerbate symptoms. Drink lots of water. Avoid strenuous exertion; little exercise is OK. If you do experience the effects of high altitude, your guides will know just how to assist you. Please notify a staff member as soon as you notice any symptoms.

The official currency is the Ngultrum (Nu). 1 Nu equals 100 Chetrum The current exchange rate is around $1 = 77 Nu. You may look up the current exchange rates for Indian rupees. If you wish to buy a large number of textiles or artwork, most establishments that offer these items accept both US cash and credit cards.

Alternatively, you may exchange currency at most hotels, the Paro International Airport currency exchange counter, and the Bhutan National Bank headquarters in Thimphu. Because your Bhutan trip is fully paid for, you shouldn’t need much money aside from beverages, laundry, souvenirs, and tips.

  • Inclusion
  • Exclusion
  • Insurance
  • Airport pick-up and drop-off by private vehicle.
  • 3-star accommodation (4 & 5 stars may require an additional premium update).
  • Bhutan visa fee – including all necessary processing
  • Route Permit
  • Three meals per day during your stay in Bhutan
  • A licensed Bhutanese tour guide
  • All land transportation by private vehicle
  • Camping equipment and haulage for trekking tours
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Monuments entrance fees where applicable
  • Drinking water
  • All internal taxes and charges
  • A sustainable development fee of $200. (This sustainable development fee goes towards free education, free healthcare, and poverty alleviation, along with the building of infrastructure.)
  • Airfare & Travel Insurance
  • Expenses of personal nature, Tips to guides and drivers
  • Expenses occurred due to unavoidable events i.e. road wrecks, flight delays etc.

Package does not include insurance of any kinds, and that you are required to obtain separate coverage from your home country before your trip begins.

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