Special: 19d Born to be wild motorbike Nepal

  • Moderate
  • 3,850 M
  • 6 Days Tea House
  • 12 Days Hotel Days
  • 15 Days Motorbiking Days

The single cylinders of the famous Royal Enfield Bullets – Indian-made British heavy metal – are your best company during this spectacular motorbike trip in Nepal. But you can also choose the reliable Honda Hero for this thrilling event.
We will use them on a roundtrip from Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu to the west in the high Himalayas in Annapurna and down to the jungle territory of Chitwan. And Parts on well-paved roads will be varied with adventurous sandy or wet trails.

Nepal is sandwiched between northern India, Tibet, and spectacular Himalayan peaks. On our way to the east, we will get a glimpse of the dazzling Mount Everest range gleaming in the distance. So, High adrenaline levels are assured as surprises lurk behind every bend on Nepali roads. But besides biking, you will enjoy cultural highlights, do mini trekking in the Himalaya’s and explore the wildlife in Chitwan National Park.

Trip Highlights

  • Bike your way through Nepal on a 500 c.c. Royal Enfield or Hero Honda.
  • Complete new motorbike tour through the Himalayas.
  • Annapurna mountain range in Pokhara.
  • Sunrise view Mount Everest.
  • Drive from mountains to jungle.
  • Complete program with all cultural highlights.
    in major cities.
  • Chitwan National Park included.
  • River rafting included.

0= overnight, B= breakfast, L= lunch, and D= dinner



Day to day schedule to Special: 19d Born to be wild motorbike Nepal

  • Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, o/n hotel +D

    Arrival and pick up from the international airport in Kathmandu. In the evening we invite you for a traditional Nepali welcome dinner, where you will taste Nepali’s national dish, the Dal Bhat.

  • Day 2: Sightseeing around in Kathmandu valley

    Early rise for a breakfast in the hotel after which it’s time to visit Pashupatinath- the most venerated Hindu temple and Boudanath, the biggest Buddhist stupa in the world. In the afternoon we go for famous King cities of Bhaktapur and Patan. You will see royal palaces, temples, stupas, and monasteries, especially nice intricate wood and stone works.
    o/n hotel/ B

  • Day 3: Motorcycling to Gorkha

    Gear up as we have our first motorbike day where we drive after breakfast alongside the Trisuli River with views of green valleys situated in front of the nearing mountains. Our first stop is Gorkha, a scenic hill town of great historical significance. King Prithvi Narayan Shah, who unified the Kingdom of Nepal during the 18th century, was born here. Also known for recruiting the famous Brigade of Gurkha soldiers for the British army. We drive up the many curved roads to an altitude of 1600m, where Gorkha offers panoramic views of snowcapped moun-tains (150km, 4hrs, ˄1600m).
    o/n in a hotel /B

  • Day 4: Motorbike to Pokhara

    Today we continue driving towards Pokhara, where the road will become increas-ingly hilly. After 2 hours driving, we stop at our rafting starting point at Charaudi, where we get briefed about the river rafting tour that will take 3 to 4 hours with a lunch at the riverbank. After we will continue on our bikes and enjoy sights at our right side of the mountain range of Ganesh, Manaslu and the Annapurna’s (145km, 5hrs). Pokhara is Nepal’s second largest city, famous as starting point for adventurous trekkings to the Himalaya.
    o/n in a hotel /B

  • Day 5: Sightseeing of Pokhara and Sarangkot

    In the morning we first drive around Pokhara and visit the Davy waterfall and underground caves and the Japanese Stupa. In the afternoon we saddle up for our first real motorbike challenge to Sarangkot, where we have stunning views of the eight-thousanders Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu and Ganesh Himala.
    o/n in a hotel /B

  • Day 6: Motorbike to Tatopani

    A real Himalayan adventure day awaits us as we drive up about 85km to Beni along side the Kaligandaki River with emerging scenic views of Annapurna. Beni is on the Annapurna trekking routes. We now are in the mountains and our trail rises and descents, crossing small Nepali mountain villages where in Tatopani a well deserved natural hot spring awaits us en where we will enjoy the nature of the mountain range. As bikers we will join the mountain trekkers in a lodge where we will stay the night (125km, 5hrs, ˄1140m).
    o/n in lodge /B

  • Day 7: Motorcycling to Muktinath

    We will leave early in the morning steep uphill from Tatopani to Muktinath via Dhana, Ruptse, Ghasa and Jomsom. The road follows the Kali Gandaki valley. The river cuts a channel between the peaks of Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri and qualifies the Kali Gandaki valley for the world’s deepest gorge. Next we visit Muktinath at an altitude of 3.850m, an important pilgrimage center for Hindus and Buddhists. The well known Vishnu temple can be found here which has 108 wa-ter spouts, fashioned in the shape of cows’ heads (75km, 5-6hrs, ˄3850m).
    o/n in lodge /B

  • Day 8: Hike to Kagbeni

    Today we take a break from riding and go for a real short trekking where we hike to Kagbene. This short day trip shows the beauty of the mountain area, where we stop at the Bon Monastery. This walk will be done in a loop, ascending and crossing the main Muktinath footpath above Eklaibhatti, and bearing right on the mesa to Lupra, where we will have big chance to explore Himalayan pheasants with their blue sheep. At the base of the river, before we cross the Lupra side, we will see a cave, used as a long term meditation center, ranging from 30 days to six months and more. We maybe stumble across one of the Yong, young monks schooled in India who guide the pilgrims in the cave for their long meditation (7-8hrs walking).

  • Day 9: Motorcycling to Beni

    Today after breakfast we bike back downhill, which will be very pleasurable on the jeep tracks trails! Today we have to start early as the wind gets strong after 11 am making motorcycling more challenging. Chill out on this section of the trail and enjoy the views of many different mountain ranges up to Beni (105km, 6hrs).
    o/n in lodge /B

  • Day 10: Motorcycling to Pokhara

    After breakfast in our lodge in Beni we will drive back to Pokhara. On our way back we stop at a magnificent waterfall and cross some beautiful traditional Ne-pali villages (75km, 4hrs). In Pokhara we can explore the beautiful Lake Phewa and have dinner in one of the hundreds of enchanting restaurants which offer food from various countries.

  • Day 11: Motorbike to Lumbini via Tansen

    After breakfast, we start our second big tour, this time to Tansen, a colorful hill town which is the most popular summer resort in western Nepal due to its scenic location and mild climate. It offers the most extensive views of the country’s main attraction, the Himalaya’s from Dhaulagiri in the west to Gauri Shankar in the north-east. We have a short visit at the Tansen bazaar to see the medieval Newari brick houses and after continue drive up on the highway to Lumbini, famous as place from Lord Buddha (230km, 6hrs).
    o/n in a hotel /B

  • Day 12: Motorcycling to Chitwan

    After breakfast we visit the Lumbini Garden with its famous Mayadevi temple, Ashoka pillar, the holy pond, the eternal flame and the monasteries built by various Buddhist nations to commemorate the birthplace of lord Buddha. After the many cultural impressions it is time to start the engines again and drive to one of Nepal’s major highlights: Chitwan National park (170km, 3hrs).
    o/n in a hotel /B/L/D

  • Day 13: Chitwan National park

    The Chitwan National Park offers a wide range of unique animal life. So after breakfast, we start with a canoe trip where we can see many kind from birds to crocodiles and continue our tour to the elephant center.
    After lunch we offer a unique motorbike cycling trip to the so called “20,000 lakes” where we even have more chances to explore more amazing nature and wildlife. In the evening we treat you to a cultural dance program in the hotel.
    o/n in a hotel /B/L/D

  • Day 14: Chitwan NP/Motorcycling to Daman

    Early morning, we take our last but special nature walk for one hour to see unique kinds of birds and many wildlife animals gthat are visible to this early time. After breakfast at the horel we then motorcycle to Daman, crossing through village and changing, different landscapes. Daman it is famous for its mountain views and especially for seeing sun Mount Everest at sunrise! But also there will be magnificent views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, Lang-tang and many more of the 8.000m and higher Himalaya range. We overnight at a wonderful resort (90km, 5hrs, ˄2100m).
    o/n in Daman resort /B

  • Day 15: Himalayan Sunrise/Motorcycling to Nagarkot

    Very early morning you do want to miss the promised sunrise set in the Himala-ya’s. Enjoy an unforgettable scenery of the Himalayan range up to 300 miles. After breakfast we then gear up again for a spectacular drive for about 6 hrs to Nagarkot, an enchanting town with even more Himalayas views, but this time as a reward for with sunset. We also can visit the temples and squares by walk in the inner city that represents many of traditional Nepali building techniques (100km, 6hrs, ˄2175m).
    o/n in a hotel /B

  • Day 16: Motorcycling to Balthali

    Before we depart for the low lands, we will wake up early to witness the sun rise over the great Himalayan Range, including Everest and Langtang. After breakfast we will start our third bike tour into the low land area and drive up to a mejestic place called Namo Buddha. It’s the place of thousands of Tibetan prayer flags throughout temples and green landscapes. This is the place where Buddha offered his body to the hungry mother tigress. There are a very special built monasteries and an ancient stupa nearby in which one can make offerings, prayers and light butter lamps. After visiting Namo Buddha we continue to bike to Baltha-li (90km, 5hrs, ˄1785m).
    o/n in a resort /B

  • Day 17: Motorbike to Kathmandu via Panauti

    After breakfast, we motorcycle down to the famous Panauti Bazaar. Pride of this place goes to the massive, three-tiered Shiva. Some authorities believe this to be the original structure that was raised here in 1294 AD, which would make it the oldest surviving Nepal. We can use the hanging bridge to reach Panauti and see the old structures of the classic Nepali town. After sightseeing in Panauti Bazaar we will drive back to Nepal’s capital Kathmandu (120km, 3hrs, ˄1350m).
    o/n in a hotel /B

  • Day 18: Free day in Kathmandu

    With pain in our heart we will say goodbye to our motorbikes that brought us to remarkable and unforgettable places throughout Nepal, into the high mountains and the flat lands in Terai. On this last day in Kathmandu is the obvious to do the final shopping for authentic souvenirs on your last stop before leaving the coun-try. Traditional souvenirs and curiosa, you won’t have to go far; street vendors and shops sell them wherever there are tourists. Vendors in Basantapur Square and Thamel offer Tibetan-style articles. Have a nice evening meal in one of the many local Art cuisines!
    o/n Hotel /B

  • Day 19: Transfer to the airport

    After breakfast, you can depending on your flight time enjoy more of Kathmandu or we will transfer you to the airport for your flight home. Namaste!
    / B

What is included?

  • Arrival and transfer transport from to international and domestic airport in Kathmandu
  • Accommodations in hotel, lodge and tent as per mention in the program
  • Conservation fee and TIMS
  • 4 hrs. rafting tour with lunch
  • Sightseeing with guide and private transport in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Local staff daily wages, pension fund and insurance
  • Hotel, resort and lodges with breakfast

What is excluded?

  • Lunch and dinner
  • International flight ticket and airport tax
  • Personal expenses, personal travel insurance
  • Fuel (1 liter petrol covers around 25 to 35km)
  • Motorbike deposit/personal liability: USD 500 per motorbike (refundable) incase there is damage to bike, costs for repairing/replacing parts will be deducted from deposit

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March to May
August to November

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