Nepal offers some of the finest bike trails on Earth! There are virtually millions of tracks out there. Some people have even started calling Nepal a "Mecca for Mountain biking." Until few years back, visitors came to Nepal mostly to trek, climb, and raft or to see the Tigers in the wild.
Mountain biking in Nepal has been gaining much popularity among the adventure enthusiasts from around the world over the past few years. Fascinating mountain villages, nomadic lands, high passes, rugged and tough mountain terrain, winding rivers, rice fields, temples and monasteries as a backdrop of majestic snowy Himalayan peaks makes mountain biking trail in Nepal an exceptionally inspiring play ground for riders with any level of experience and fitness.
The best way to explore the Kathmandu Valley is on a mountain bike. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of exploring the magnificent country, its landscape and the living heritage. Mountain biking is specially recommended if u wish to explore urban centers of Nepal such as Pokhara and Kathmandu as well as the countryside.
This game is in advance for popularity because of the beauties of Himalayan ranges, terraces and the small settlements. One can bike in the ups and downs with the mountain range in the background.
We offer bike tours to Nepal, Tibet, Ladakh, Sikkim and Bhutan. Our tours are specially designed to take you deep into the culture and lifestyle of the local people and show you the best trails in the Himalayas, where most mountain bikers rarely get a chance to ride!
Day 1 : Kathmandu (24 km/ 3-4 hours): Start from the nerve center of old Kathmandu, the Durbar Square, and wind your way up to holy Swambhu, also known as the monkey temple. Then ride up and over ring road, to say, kakani, and re-enter Kathmandu from the Northwest corner through terraced farmland and hamlets abandoned bytime.
Day 2: Bhaktapur (30 km/ 4-5 hours): Begin at Thimi, the restored capital of Bhaktapur, and head up the tortuous road to Changu Narayan Temple and return via farming villages. Then head down to Pashupati along the bank of the Bagmati River, and finish up at a Buddhist shrine, the Bodh-nath stupa.
Day 3: Patan (51 km/8-9 hours): Start in Patan, winding your way through the maze of alleys with ornately-carved windows, taking in historical sites such as the Golden Temple, Krishna Temple, and Patan Durbar Square. Then head southeast past Ring Road to Panauti along a difficult off-road trail. Then return to Kathmandu via a paved road or the same trail. Alternatively, you could head off to Dakshinkali or Godavari.
2 nights accomodation on B/B
3 Meals a day
All land transfers
Expenses of personal nature such as bar bills, laundry, communication charges, personal insurance, gratuities, etc