Hit the winding roads of the Himalayas on your very own Royal Enfield Bullet, a classic bike perfectly suited to tackle this spectacular part of Nepal. The only way to discover these hidden treasures and its warm ever-smiling people is on mountain bikes. Mountain biking is great fun and a perfect way to discover Nepal’s great diverse landscape, of tremendous terrain, tracks, and trails.
Exploring the area on a bike is a fantastic way to experience the local culture and way of life. It allows you to get off the beaten track and explore rural farming areas, National parks, and Hill Stations. For long trips there is plenty of guest house scattered around the valley rim, so you can travel easily. You don’t have to bring your own bike; good quality front suspension mountain bikes can easily be hired from Kathmandu or Pokhara. For the adrenaline seeker, there is some really good downhill routes on offer around Kathmandu and Pokhara as well as a newly opened up heritage trail in Langtang to challenge your technical abilities. For the serious rider, there are also mountain bike races throughout the year that are open to foreigners. Please contact us for detail and information. we can tailor any mountain biking trip to suit your needs. Here is a taste of some excellent tours for your Trip.
Day 01: Arrive Katmandu and transferred to Hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Pokhara (200km) by bus.
Day 03: Pokhara – Sarankot – Thulakhet – Lakeside via off-road (45km).
Day 04: Lakeside to Kalikastan – Begnas (42km) 20min carrying.
Day 05: Begnas to Rambazaar – Bhorletar – Damauli (53km).
Day 06: Damauli to Kalasti Khola – Lamte – Bhansar – Turture (58km).
Day 07: Torture to Kuikel- Chhepretar – Gorkha (37km).
Day 08: Gorkha to Arughat (42km).
Day 09: Arughat to Dhading Besi (40km).
Day 10: Dhading – Gulch by bus then to- Trishuli (31km) by bike.
Day 11: Trishuli to Kathmandu (57km).
Day 12: Kathmandu to Mulkharka (24km).
Day 13: Mulkharka to Nagarkot (37km).
Day 14: Nagarkot to Kathmandu via Bhaktapur (36km).
Day 15: Transfer to Airport.
All airport pick-up and drop-off transport services by private vehicles.
Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) card (permit).
Well Trained English-speaking Trekking guide.
Accommodation in Hotel / Lodge during the trek.
Meals three times a day (breakfast, lunch & dinner).
Food and accommodation as well as Insurance and equipment for guide and porters.
Your travel insurance and Personal nature expenses
Drinks (tea/coffee, beer, cokes, mineral water), beverages and hot shower