Price from £3,910
Become one of a very small community of bikers who can lay claim to have ridden in the shadow of Mount Everest! If you are going to ride in the Himalayas then Nepal, with eight of the world's ten highest mountains, is the place to ride and we'll provide you with a bike fit for the ride, even if you're not! Modern, powerful 250cc dirt bikes with knobbly tyres, disc brakes and top quality suspension!
A fully supported tour with 13 nights accommodation and 11 days of riding on varied terrain using modern 250cc dirt bikes. All accommodation, transfers, meals, bike, fuel, expert guides and a full support crew included. Maximum of 12 riders. Price based on twin share accommodation. Single supplement available on request.
Flight inclusive packages also available and fully protected - please contact the office for more details.
Book your place now with just a £500 deposit.
Day 1: Depart to Kathmandu
Day 2: Arrive Kathmandu
On arrival in Nepal's capital city you will be met by a member of The Big Adventure Company team and transferred to a boutique hotel in the heart of Kathmandu.This evening we will meet for dinner and an introduction to the team.
Day 3: Kathmandu sightseeing day
The day is yours to spend sightseeing in and around Kathmandu. We recommend booking the optional early morning Everest flight for a unique and unforgettable view of the worlds highest mountain range.
Day 4: Kathmandu to Nagarkot
Today your trip really begins! We will be up early and ready to jump on the bikes to leave the bustle of Kathmandu and head into the subtropical jungle of Shivapuri national park.
Day 5: Nagarkot to Shivapuri
The steep climbs and descents continue today, as do the epic views across the Kathmandu valley! The single tracks that traverse Shivapuri national park are a dirt bikers dream and offer some of the most technical riding of the trip.
Day 6: Shivapuri to Kurimtar
Leaving Shivapuri we head west and into the Chitwan valley. Immense views of the valley and jungles far below us and the day culminates in a mighty descent down to the river and our overnight destination of Kurimtar.
Day 7: Kurimtar to Pokhara
The fourth day of riding is a shorter day designed to give the riders some rest. We take the highway to Pokhara, in itself an interesting ride following the solitude of the national parks.
Day 8: Pokhara to Lete
Today we ride the road to the Himalayas – a rocky track that follows a river valley with much of the road sporting an exciting unprotected cliff edge and thousand foot drops to the river below.
Day 9: Lete to Jomsom
We ride to the start of the famous Annapurna trekking circuit and up to the dry barren alpine of Jomsom. Massive valleys, huge dry river beds to cross and 7000 metre mountains all around are an amazing backdrop to the constantly entertaining riding.
Day 10: Jomsom to Muktinath
This is an epic days riding! Beginning at 2700m above sea level at Jomsom our route takes us through a huge valley to our final destination perched on the mountain side: The Muktinath Temple that sits at about 3800m above sea level.
Day 11: Muktinath to Tatopani
With rocky trails, incredible mountain views and a spiritual sense like no other all wrapped up with a dip in the natural hot springs of Tatopani todays ride will stay with you for years to come.
Day 12: Tatopani to Bhyang
The most remote and basic accommodation of the whole trip but the days riding to reach Bhyang and the warmest greeting are your rewards. The view of the mountains that welcome you in the morning are simply breathtaking!
Day 13: Bhyang to Pokhara
Some of the best single track riding to be had anywhere in the world as we drop down from Bhyang towards Phewa Lake and our hotel on the shore of the lake with the Annapurna mountain range as a backdrop. Simply stunning!
Day 14: Pokhara to Kathmandu
The blast along the highway back to Kathmandu that ends the trip keeps the pulse rate high! Tonight we have our farewell dinner and a drink or two to celebrate completing a unique dirt biking experience.
Day 15: Depart Kathmandu
Please note: Due to nature of adventure travel the itinerary can be subject to change at short notice.
"You will see parts of Nepal not available to others on bikes that can handle the challenging terrain" - Stuart Twiss
"Amazing Place. Amazing People. Beautiful in so many ways" - Andy Cooke
"A great adventure into the Himalayas. Nepal is a must for any dirt biker, you will find nothing else like it on earth" - Andy Wood