On wheels through the mountains of Nepal

“The only good view when you are on the move is in the rear-view mirror,” and most riders nod in unison. Manoeuvring and embracing every bend and curve of this bowl-shaped valley, Kathmandu can be best savoured in the open – on a motorbike.

Time to load the bikes and gear up for a long and peaceful ride to Pokhara. Nepal’s second city, mainly for its tourist attraction, Pokhara is the end point for the famous Annapurna Circuit trek and the starting point for a dozen more treks through the mountains of the Annapurna Range, including the perennially popular Jomsom Trek and the equally dramatic (but less busy) trek to the Annapurna Sanctuary. It’s unabashedly touristy in the Thamel mould, but the setting is spectacular – the perfect pyramid of Mt Machhapuchhare looms high above Pokhara, and reflects in the placid waters of Phewa Tal. The team will ride to Jomsom to Kagbeni and later to Kalopani. Fantastic scenic routes, and a great exercise and experience for bikers out there – this trip holds many pleasant surprises for all enthusiasts.

Trip fee includes

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis (In Kathmandu, Pokhara and other places).
  • All local transportation during the trip (according to the itinerary only)
  • Bike (Royal Enfield 350 cc) with fuel
  • Mechanic
  • Food enroute
  • Airport transfers
  • All permits
  • Vegetarian meal and tea
  • Local guide fee

 The cost excludes

  • Food expenses during travelling from and to Delhi
  • Any kinds of personal expenses such as: tips, telephones bills, laundry etc.
  • International airfare fare to Nepal and back from Delhi.
  • Insurance and Medi claims
  • Alcohol, beverages, soft drinks etc.
  • Any expenditures for unforeseen circumstances like landslides, roadblocks, bad weather etc.
  • Charges for film cameras, digital cameras etc.
  • Any other which is not mention in the “cost includes”
  • Additional cost if any for foreigner permits

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