OCTOBER 2-14, 2022

Bhutan’s national parks and protected areas range from the highest unclimbed mountain in the world -Gangkhar Puensum – to some of the most important tropical habitats on the planet. World Heritage Sites like Royal Manas National Park and Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary are protected by rangers of the Department of Forests and Park Services in the Kingdom of Bhutan. Unique in all the world is Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness Index which includes environmental health along with education, culture, economy, and governance. The 15 Royal Enfields donated in this rally officially contribute to not only resource protection but the nation’s happiness!

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In-country cost for this adventure is $10,750

What is included:

  • Motorcycle purchase
  • Airport transfers
  • Domestic flights
  • All accommodation – hotel and ger camps or camping equipment when required
  • All meals in the countryside
  • Support vans
  • Lead Rider
  • Mechanic
  • Translator
  • Entrance fees to the parks
  • Phil Bond Premium Photo Journal ($150 value)

What is NOT included:

  • Personal travel insurance
  • International flight
  • Visa fees (where applicable)
  • Single room supplements
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Meals in Thimphu
  • Riding equipment

BEFORE YOU APPLY – Riding in Bhutan is, for most, an extreme adventure with a reasonable amount of risk. Rally participants need to be experienced and competent riding in ALL conditions; sand, mud, ruts, steeps, rivers, and more. Our routes are technical and dropping the bike is routine and mild injuries not uncommon. Remote Bhutan is NOT the place to learn these skills, you must possess them prior to departure in order to ensure the safest, most enjoyable adventure for all participants. Your reward will be one of the most unique and meaningful experiences available anywhere in the world. If you feel you already have the skills above, or are committed to training and acquiring the skills before the rally, please click the link below and let’s do this!