Himalayan Motorbike Tour
Motorbike adventure allows you to enjoy open and unobstructed views of nature and mountains while offering the freedom to travel at your own pace including where to stop and when to begin. Moreover, much of the ride in Nepal takes place in natural setting in remote areas which are free from noise and pollution of major places.
In recent years, motorbike has been used by growing segment of travelers and tourists to go sightseeing around Nepal. Like trekking, climbing, rafting and jungles safari, motorbike adventure has also become a popular activity offering a great possibility.
If you love riding on two wheelers, then Motorbikes could be an adventurous way of travelling around the Himalayas. The rugged terrain of the hilly and mountainous landscape of Nepal is best suited for all kinds of motorbike adventure.
The Himalayan landscape is often characterized by hills, rough and complex terrains. Almost half of Nepali hills, valleys and villages are still far from having well paved roads. Apart from major highways, most of the connecting and link roads are either concrete or graveled or dusty. At the same time the increasing road expansion drive means more destinations are opening up for visitors. In such circumstances, the popular choice of the transport for travelling is obviously motorbikes.
Lower Kanchejunga, Dharan and Ilam in Eastern region; Bandipur, Pokhara, Palpa, Chitwan, Lumbini, Nepalgunj and Surkhet in Western region; and Lower Ganesh Himal, Lower Manaslu, Manang, Mustang, Lower Dolpo and Rara Lake in North and Western hills are some prime motorbike adventure destinations in Nepal.
Nepal Environmental Treks & Expedition offers multiple days motorbike trip to Nepal, Tibet and India. We design bespoke travel itinerary based on your requirements. We also have a reliable network with local tour operators for organizing multi destination adventure. You will be provided with experienced motorbike guide and handy mechanics. If you do not wish to drive yourself, there is also the option for you to join this journey as a pillion rider.
Note: If you are driving yourself, you must carry an international driving permit or license issued in your own country.