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Motorbike Safari India, Nepal, Bhutan
20 Nights / 21 Days
Motorbike safari tour starts from Delhi. It is
one of the favourite thrilling adventure sports. People who loves bike and
traveling through it, keenly take an interest in this motorbike safari. Explore
places like Delhi, Corbett, Bardia National Park, Darjeeling, Gangtok,
20 Night/ 21 Days
Places Covered :
1 : Arrive
On arrival at the airport you will be met by the
Himalaya Journey representative and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay.
Day 2 :
Jim Corbett National Park
In the morning all bike rider proceed towards Jim Corbett National Park (300Km). Located in
the foothills of the Himalayas is the majestic Corbett National Park. Home to a
variety of flora and fauna, it is famous for its wild population of Tigers,
Leopards and Elephants. Corbett national park was established in 1936, as the
Hailey National Park. India's first national park and the first sanctuary to
come under Project Tiger, Corbett supports a variety of vegetation making it the
ideal habitat for the Tiger and its prey. Over night stay in the Jungle resort.
Day 3 :
Royal Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve
200-kms - The bike tour starts at the Nepal border, 80-kms at Mahendranagar.
To visit the park you need to rent a vehicle. Sukla Phanta, in the southwest
area of the park, it a large grassland area, where you are guaranteed to see
large amounts of swamp deer. There is a viewing tower in the middle where you
can view the deer with binoculars.
Swamp deer are known as barasingha, or twelve pointed. Now it is considered to
be an endangered species. Camp for the night near the Royal Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve.
Day 4 :
Royal Bardia National Park
200-kms - Drive towards the forest hideaway of Royal Bardia National Park. The
park can only be entered by road. There are regular flights from Kathmandu to
Nepalgunj. Nepalgunj, from where public buses serve the far Western Terai. To
reach the park headquarters at Thakurdwara, it is necessary to alight at Motipur
and walk 8 km. north of Lihalpur on the Nepalgunj-Surkhet road, and drive west
along the fair weather road inside the park to reach Thakurdwara. This usually
takes 3-4 hrs. by 4 WD vehicle. The Mahendra Rajmarg is the main highway which
crosses the park.
Day 5 :
Royal Bardia National Park
Royal Bardia National Park. Bardia also boasts the greatest number of deer
species in Nepal. The six deer species found in the park are: Chital or spotted
Deer with its ubiquitous white spots on a brown coat; Hog Deer; similar to but
smaller than Chital; Sambhar, the largest Deer on Indian subcontinent with a
shaggy coat and thick antlers; Swamp Deer; Barasingha; and reddish-colored
Barking Deer, the park's smallest Deer.
Day 6 :
Royal Bardia - Tansen
350-kms - Drive towards the small hill station of Tansen. Dinner at a restaurant
and overnight stay at a hotel.
Day 7 :
140-kms - Continue bike journey over the Siddharta Highway to Pokhara. The town of Pokhara is not a tourist attraction in itself like Kathmandu. But if Kathmandu is the cultural hub of Nepal, Pokhara is its center of adventure. The setting of the city, in the middle of Pokhara valley on the banks of the Seti River, with all the big mountains nearby, makes it the perfect starting place for hikers and trekkers.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Pokhara.
8 : Pokhara -
250-kms - Proceed towards Kathmandu from Pokhara.
Kathmandu valley is overwhelming. It is surrounded by a tier of green mountain wall above which tower mighty snow-capped peaks. The valley consists of three main towns of great historic, artistic and cultural interest: Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. It is situated 4,423 ft. above sea level.
Overnight stay at Hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 9 :
Kathmandu - Barabise
100-kms - Proceed towards the Tibet Highway to Barabise. Overnight stay at
Day 10 :
Barabise - Charikote
100-kms - From Barabise to Charikote, 2.670m. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 11 :
Charikote - Daman
Drive 150Km, arrived in Daman & over night in
the Tent Camp on Top of the Mountains (2,600 m).
Day 12 : Daman
Morning drive to Janakpur 250 Km & over night
stay in the hotel.
: Darjeeling :
220 km - Cross over into Kosi river Basin and into the Land of
Tea - Darjeeling. Over night stay in the hotel.
Day 14 :
80 km, Ride up to
the Famous Rumtek Monastery, arrived Gangtok & overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 15 :
120 Kms - Drive to
Changul Lake. Overnight at Gangtok.
Day 16 : Into Jaldapara
The Jaldapara sanctuary holds the
maximum number of rhino population in India after Kajiranga National Park in
Assam. It is one of the very few places in India, where the Bengal Florican can
be sighted. Set out with a binocular and see the majestic flight of lesser Pied
hornbill, racket-tailed drongo, paradise flycatcher, Crested Eagle, Pallas's
Fishing Eagle, shikra, Jungle fowl, peafowl, partridges and many other bird
species. An adventurous elephant ride in the morning will take you deep inside
the grassland for the real excitement.
Day 17 :
Drive to Phuntsoling -the Bhutanese
boarder town. Today you stay in Phuntsoling a commercial and industrial center
as well as overland gateway to Bhutan. This is the best place to buy the famous
stamps of Bhutan.
Day 18 :
Drive to Thimphu
With the breathtaking hairpin bents
the road takes us from the tropical rain forest of low land to Thimpu-the
capital of Himalayan country. Sightseeing of Thimpu in the morning and drive to
Day 19 :
Drive to Punakha.
Punakha Dzong houses many sacred
temples including the Lhakhang, where the embalmed body of Shabdrung Ngawang
lies in state. Damaged four times by fire in the late 18th and early 19th
centuries and by earthquake in 1897, the Punakha Dzong has suffered the
devastation brought by floods which sweep down valley as the snows melt in the
great northern glaciers, while bridges which connect the Dzong with the fertile
valley on either side were, until recent times, often completely destroyed.
Day 20 :
Sightseeing in Punakha
Blessed with a temperate
climate and drained by the Phochu-Mochu rivers, the fertile valley of Punakha,
it served until 1955 as the capital of Bhutan and today, it is the winter seat
of the Central Monk Body. In 1615, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal built the fortress
of Punakha at junction of the Phochu and Mochu rivers to
serve as religious and administrative centres for Bhutan.
Day 21 :
Fly to Delhi & Fly Home
Must Carry on this
(the operative word in this region is "DRY")
1. Sunblock - (In India
Biotique has SPF 75)
2. Moisturiser - heavy duty
3. Shampoo & conditioner
4. At least one camera roll for each day - if you are trigger happy
5. half the clothes you planned
6. double the money you've budgeted
7. common medication
8. water and candies
9. shades and a hat
10.A positive attitude
roads without undulations
very good: tarred roads with undulations
Good: tarred roads with potholes here and there
Average: tarred roads with potholes here and there and there and
Bad: loose stones or dirt roads
Very Bad: no road visible. Make your own road.
Terrible: Can only fly to that place!
Shimla to Manali - very good
Manali to koksar (After Rohtang) - good
Koksar to Keylang - bad
Keyland to ZingZing bar - good
ZingZing bar to Sarchu - very bad
Sarchu to Leh - very good
Leh to Lamayuru - very good
Leh to Hunger - very good
to Pangong - very good
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