Taking an international trip definitely sounds like a big deal, doesn’t it? Trust me, it only sounds like that until you’ve been on one. Once you cover it, you crave for more. You start wondering, what all have I been missing in this truly beautiful nature which is happening everyday in some corner of the world and very few people get to witness it. Trip to Bhutan was one such adventure where a random plan came to life when the government was planning to introduce a sustainable environment fee on traveling in Bhutan. Funny, how saving a couple of thousands can sometimes make you spend a lot more. However, every penny spent on the trip was worth it and it would be an understatement to say that this was by far one of the most exciting group trips I have ever been on.
Being an active motorcycle rider, I have always preferred solo trips as it gives you the freedom and the flexibility to push your limits or relax when needed. The idea of touring with a group was something very new. Checked a lot of online reviews and zeroed in on Deyor camps to lead my trip in the beautiful valleys of Bhutan. The booking procedure was straight forward and Deyor people made sure there was assistance available at every step so that the whole process was seamless.