Mountain biking in Bhutan is considered as one of the best, with the country’s mountainous rugged terrain offering you some predominant adventure for most of the Mountain biking enthusiast. The route between west-east highways is an exciting one with a new pass over 3000m every day. The drop from Pele La to Trongsa, a distance of 70km is said to be the longest downhill stretch in the world.
Rafting and Kayaking
Rafting and Kayaking in Bhutan is still the impact of modernization and new in the field but has the potential for some of best white water sports. The best ones are the Mo Chhu, upstream of Punakha in western Bhutan. March till May and October till December is the ideal time for rafting in Bhutan. Meanwhile, new and virgin rivers are still being explored.
With wide range of festival, landscape, snow-capped Himalayas, impressive architecture, flora and fauna provide the visitors with wide range of photographic experiences. The several local community ceremonies throughout the country attract the locals in the spirit of festivity, celebration and deep faith.
Bhutan can cater to all your birding interest, with an estimated of 770 species and great variety of endangered species. Bhutan is also an ideal place to see wide variety of birds that may not be feasible to spot elsewhere. The beautiful alpine wetlands in Bhutan is also one of the natural habitat for the rare Black-necked cranes that migrate all the way from the Tibetan plateau during winter.