Nepal is where the icy cold of the mountains meets the steaming heat of the Indian plains. The most sophisticated urban cultures of the Himalayas took shape here in the three great dwarf kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley - Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur.
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€2,850.00 $3,170.51 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room||€2,350.00 $2,614.28 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge)||€440.00 $489.48 ?|
|16 x overnight stay in hotel|
|16 x breakfast|
|16 x dinner|
|Rent a motorcycle|
|Operating materials (petrol/oil)|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|It is recommended to take out travel cancellation insurance, travel health insurance and travel interruption insurance.|
|Total distance: ca.1200 km|
|Level of difficulty: medium to difficult|
|min: 4 - max: 10 drivers|
|Swiss, Austrian and German nationals require a visa to enter India. Your passport must be valid for at least another six months. Obtaining a visa is relatively uncomplicated. A visa valid for six months or an e-Visa valid for 30 days is sufficient.|
|No vaccinations are required for India. A valid international vaccination passport is required from persons entering from areas with yellow fever (certain countries in Africa and Central and South America). However, it is generally recommended to be vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria, polio, hepatitis A and typhoid fever. As there are many different aspects to be considered in each individual case, it is always advisable to seek personal travel health advice from a doctor or pharmacist experienced in travel medicine in good time (about 4 to 6 weeks) before the trip. Here too, we recommend that you seek medical advice in good time.|
|You need a valid German and an international driving licence of class 1 or A. Please note that the international driving licence is only valid in combination with the national driving licence.|
|Minimum number of participants|
|You will find the minimum number of participants next to the respective travel description. As an organizer we have a right of withdrawal if the minimum number of participants has not been reached 6 weeks before the start of the trip. In this case, we will refund the amounts paid on account.|
|In practice, however, we always try to carry out the trip with fewer participants in your interest, if you agree. in this case, there is no service vehicle available and we charge a staggered small group surcharge:|
|1 participant: 10% of the travel price|
|2 participants: 5% of the travel price|
|3 participants: 2,5% of the travel price|
|Half double room|
|For single travellers we offer the possibility to share a double room with another traveller. If there is no "half" double room available at the time of your booking, we will charge the single room supplement. You will be refunded as soon as a double room partner is found.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Get goose bumps the first time you see a tiger or rhino in Chitwan. A single trip through this country is hardly enough. The first thing many people do after a visit is to start planning for their next trip. (quotes from lonelyplanet.com)
1. Day: Arrival
Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel, in the evening a first dinner together.
2. Day: Kathmandu
First unforgettable impressions of a unique culture. We hike to Durbar Square and then on to Swajambu Temple ("Monkey Temple") with beautiful views of Kathmandu.
3. Day: With bus and bikes to Bandipur
A bus brings us 100 km west of Kathmandu. After a leisurely lunch at the Trisuli River, we make the first laps with our Enfield motorcycles before we ride to Bandipur. Bandipur is a beautifully restored village with beautiful views of the Himalayas.
4. Day: Drive to Pokhara
Down into the valley and further along the Himalaya to Pokhara.
5. Day: Drive to Sarangkot
Before sunrise a drive up to Sarangkot. From there we can admire the perhaps most impressive sunrise in the whole Himalaya. The rest of the day we relax at Fewa Lake.
6. Day: Drive to Tansen
Rural Nepal: through the mountains, always the enormous panorama of the Himalayas in front of us, we pass rice terraces and reach the traditional village of Tansen.
7. Day: Drive to the Terai Plain to the Island Jungle Resort
From the foothills (the foothills) of the Himalayas to the Terai plain. The "Island Jungle Resort" is our camp for the next two nights.
8. Day: A day in Chitwan National Park.
On the back of an elephant we look out for tigers or rhinos!
9. Day: Drive to Hetauda
A walk through a typical Nepalese village and afterwards a relaxed drive to Hetauda.
10. Day: Drive to Bhaktatpur
Our journey through the foothills of the Himalayas leads us into the valley of Kathmandu. Bhaktatpur, one of the most beautiful cities in Asia, awaits us.
11 Day: Bhaktatpur
A day to enjoy the outstanding atmosphere and architecture of this magnificent city!
12. Day: Drive to Charikot
Along picturesque terrace fields we drive in the direction of Tibet to Charikot.
13. Day: Adventure camp in Barabise
We drive down to the adventure camp in Barabise. Bungee jumping or a jump over the border into Tibet?
14. Day: Drive to Kathmandu
Before we return to Kathmandu - Fancy a little more adventure? How about a couple of hours of rafting on a "wild" river?
15. Day: Kathmandu
A morning flight over the mountains and later on further cultural highlights and maybe even some small shopping before we return home?
16. Day: Journey home