Nepal motorcycle tour can be summarised as having some of the best food, experiences, and views. Drive through the jungles and plains, past the mountain treks. A trip to Nepal would also be a cultural treat. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks. This Nepal Motorcycle Tour also includes incredible scenic beauty in addition to great cultural experiences.
Nepal, bounded by Tibet, Northern India, and the intimidating Himalayas, is a pristine destination best explored on a bike. Drive through Kathmandu’s bustling markets, past the Annapurna peaks, and into remote mountain villages.
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Meet our tour team at the Kathmandu airport, who will assist you with an aided transfer to the accommodation. Enjoy your welcome drink and finish the check-in process. You can now unwind for a while. The day has now become leisurely.
Spend the night.
On day 2, meet in the lobby after breakfast. Prepare for a city tour of Kathmandu, which features breathtaking temples and lively retail arcades. Drive beyond the modern portion of New Road and onto the Durbar Square, once known as Freak Street, and you will find yourself surrounded by mediaeval architecture. The most prominent tourist sites include the Hanuman Dhoka royal palace, which was initially erected between the 4th and 8th centuries and was renovated in the 17th century. The home of Kumari Bahal, Nepal's Living Goddess, is nearby.Her house's entrance is guarded by two painted stone lions. You can go inside to see the Goddess, but taking photographs is not permitted. Your next stop should be at Kasthamandap, a wooden temple constructed from a single tree in the 12th century. Later, ride to Swayambhunath Stupa, one of Kathmandu's most prominent monument sites and an important Buddhist place of worship. The balcony provides a beautiful view of the entire Kathmandu Valley. After sightseeing, have a wonderful meal. Return to the hotel. Here you are presented to your motorbike, and the road captain explains all of the driving restrictions in Nepal. You can then ride the here and there in the city.
Begin your day early. Begin riding your bike out of Kathmandu to the Prithivi Highway after breakfast. After crisscrossing Kathmandu's bustling roads and exiting the valley, you come to Thankot's check station on the edge of a ridge. Naubise is 17 kilometres away from here. This ride takes place on winding roads. After passing through this, the highlight ride becomes smoother. You may now enjoy the beautiful scenery as you drive down the banks of the River Trishuli, which is noted for its rafting options. After 97 km from Kathmandu, you arrive in Kurintar.
You begin by crossing a suspension bridge. Continue driving along the Marshyandgi River for a while. Drive through villages with pale yellow thatched buildings, little communities, and winding roads. Pokhara is reached as you approach an area with breathtaking views of the western Himalayan Mountains, the Annapurna range. You may also see the iconic Fish Tail Mountain. Pokhara is 884 metres above sea level, but 700 metres lower than the Kathmandu Valley. This location's scenery is dotted with mountains. Pokhara has been blessed with natural treasures such as beautiful views of Himalayan peaks and tranquil crystal clear lakes. Check into your hotel. You can now unwind. Later, if time and energy allow, you can explore the surroundings on your own.
On the fourth day of breakfast, get up early and ride your motorbike to Beni Bazaar, which is 78 kilometres along the Baglung Highway. This ride lasts about 3 hours. Stop for lunch at a convenient location. Later, continue your journey to Jomsom on the newly completed road. Crossing this path may be a little difficult during the rainy season due to frequent landslides. Nonetheless, it has its own allure of immense panoramic beauty that draws travellers. Cross steep gravel paths and small water streams to get to Tatopani, one of the most popular overnight rest stops. The location is so named because of the nearby hot water springs. Complete the check-in procedures at a lodge.
After an early breakfast, you set off on your motorbike down the Kali Gandaki River, passing flowing waterfalls and settlements like Magar and Thakali before arriving at Dana at 4750 feet. Drive upwards to Ghasa, which is located beside the Kali Gandaki gorge, the world's deepest valley. While riding between the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, take in the breathtaking view. Mountains give way to vegetative plains, lush woods, and parched desert regions. At this time, you may require some acclimatisation. Continue your journey to Jomsom by passing via the villages of Marpha and Kalopani. When you get in Jomsom, check into a guest house. Jomsom is located at an elevation of 2713 metres above sea level.
On day 6, start your tour with an early breakfast and drive to Muktinath, a major pilgrimage site in the Kali Gandaki region. After passing through Jomsom bazaar and a wooden bridge, the journey to the river bed begins. The drive here is a little slow due to the bumpy path, but after a while, a rising on a dirt road begins that will take you all the way to Muktinath via Jharkot. You might come across ammonite fossils that are millions of years old while driving. The terrain is a mix of steep hills, lush views, and an arid desert. The Muktintah Valley, a sacred site for both Hindus and Buddhists, is located 3710 metres above sea level. This old village, the former capital of Mustang, attracts hundreds of pilgrims each year. After exploring the area, begin driving towards Kagbeni, which is located at an elevation of 2800 metres and is considered as the gateway to Upper Mustang. Consume lunch upon arriving. Kagbeni, located at an elevation of 2840 metres above sea level, is a charming mediaeval-style village famed for its intimidating chortens, hidden passageways, and mud brick buildings. This town, nestled in a tiny verdant oasis, is best known for its red monastery. Another attraction is a Gelup Sect or Yellow Hat Sect of Buddhism Monastery. After lunch, continue riding your bike for around 2 hours to Kalopani. Check into a lodge in this location.
Spend the night.
On the seventh day, get out of bed early to enjoy the breathtaking surroundings and perfect weather. Begin the downward bike ride to Tatopani, which is around 21 kilometres away. Continue driving towards the Jaleswor village, which is located along the River. Continue to Beni after a brief stop. Another brief pause here. After that, you continue driving along the riverbank for an hour before merging onto the main highway at Maldhunga. This road will take you to Pokhara in about an hour and a half.
When you arrive in Pokhara, perform the check-in procedures at a hotel. Pokhara, with an altitude range of 780 m to 1350 m, is a popular tourist destination known for its breathtaking scenery, adventure activities, mouthwatering local cuisine, and bustling bazaar. Pokhara serves as the starting point for a variety of hike trails in the western region. You can see the Annapurna range, Machhapuchhare or 'Fish Tail Mountain,' and the Dhaulagiri range. The evening is free to spend as you please. Take a stroll through the lakeside local bazaar. Dinner at a prominent local restaurant.
The evening is free to do the activities you missed on your first visit to this town. Take a stroll through the lakeside local bazaar.
Pokhara is where you'll spend the night.
Today, after breakfast, begin your bike journey to Chitwan National Park, Nepal's first national park. After around 3 hours of driving, you arrive to the national park. Check up to the wildlife safari resort and meet the local naturalist. Enjoy your meal. The afternoon is set aside for a two and a half hour elephant safari. The one-horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, deer, wild boars, sloth bear, leopard, and other animals are popular here. This National Park is home to around 450 different bird species. Enjoy a Continental and Nepali supper with a bonfire in the evening.
Day 9: Get up early and prepare for a 3-hour nature tour aboard an elephant. Keep a watchful eye on the wildlife and don't pass up the opportunity to take photos. Seeing the animals walk freely in their natural habitats would be an unforgettable experience. Later, accompany a naturalist to the elephant stable to learn more about these enormous terrestrial mammal species. Lunch will be served at the resort.
The following day, you will go on a vehicle safari inside the park, where you will see colourful water birds, Mugger crocodiles, and other flora of Chitwan National Park. A jeep excursion is followed by a river boat ride to see the endangered fresh water dolphin, fish-eating Gharials, and a variety of migrant and resident water birds.(Note - Jungle activity keeps changing at the discretion of the resort)
Returning to the resort for dinner and an overnight stay.
Start your day early with a bird walk trip to see lovely colourful chirpy birds. Chitwan National Park is home to around 450 avifauna species, which include birds and butterflies. There are over 67 different types of butterflies, some of which are as large as a hand. Return to the resort for breakfast. After that, begin your final bike ride of the vacation. Ride your bike into the Hetauda plains, where you may encounter zigzag roads for some time before arriving at Kathmandu. Check into a hotel upon arrival. Take a short break. You are now free to engage in activities of your choosing.
In Kathmandu, spend the night.
Day 11 is free in Kathmandu. You can choose from the several touring alternatives we have to offer: you can explore the highlights of Nepal's capital and go shopping, or you can simply rest in your hotel and enjoy the services. In the evening, dine on Nepalese cuisine while watching a cultural dance performance.
Spend the night.
On the final day of the tour, get an on-time shuttle to the airport to catch a flight to your next destination.