Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Executive Summary by Darmansjah

The transition period between spring and summer makes for an opportune time to visit Bhuttan – flowers are in magnificent bloom, vegetation is lush, and the vivid green rice paddies contrast with the dark hills and the stark white dzongs to produce picture perfect vistas. Tucked amidst the mountains and valleys throughout the country, Bhutanese villages are extremely picturesque and many require a good deal of trekking to visit. Why not cover more ground by going on a bicycle tour? Spice Roads Cycle Tours is a leading bicycle tour that highlights the best scenery, historic sites, art and culture in Bhutan. The seven day/six night pedaling tour brings you past stunning views of pristine nature on good paved roads with little traffic, past historic dzongs, monasteries and temples, and up close to charming locals.

The only international airport of Bhutan, the Paro Airport is located six kilometers away from Paro. The easiest way to get there is by flying to either Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi or Kathmandu, and then connecting to Paro with Druk Air (, the national flag carrier airline of Bhutan.

Check out spice roads website ( for more of their bicycle tours around Bhutan.

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