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Motorcycle Tour
Ride to Everest

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See Everest from the seat of a motorcycle… Complete a diverse circuit of Nepal featuring major tourist attractions and lesser known hilltop vantage points. On this trip you can see 9 of the 8000m+ peaks.


Prices for 2-4 persons:
per rider in shared twin/double room incl. rental motorbike Honda CRF250L €4,263.00 $4,558.21 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room incl. rental motorbike Royal Enfield Himalayan €4,715.00 $5,041.51 ?
Prices for 5-8 persons:
per rider in shared twin/double room incl. rental motorbike Honda CRF250L €3,747.00 $4,006.48 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room incl. rental motorbike Royal Enfield Himalayan €4,205.00 $4,496.20 ?
Jeep passengers per person: €2,900.00 $3,100.82 ?
per person single room (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room") €574.00 $613.75 ?
Please note that on days 5 & 6 single rooms are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed as we will be staying in small teahouses. For the rest of the trip you will have a single room.
For only 1 rider booking the tour the minimum daily charge applies, from €406.00 $434.12 ?


Bike Hire: Honda CRF250L or Royal Enfield Himalayans (depending on booking)
Support vehicle and Mechanic (Unless 2 or less riders)
Airport to Hotel Transfers
Handpicked Accommodation (Mixture of Hotels and Lodges)
Full Board (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner plus snacks and hot beverages) – Day 1 is dinner only and Day 14 is breakfast only.
Expert English Speaking guides
Not included
Everything not specified under features

More details

Duration: 14 days
Total Distance: 1272km
Minimum number of participants: 1
Max Group Size: 10
Average Riding Hours: 6 hours per day
Max Altitude: 2900m
Road conditions: Tarmac with some spoilt sections
Time Frame: Oct - May
Weather: For the most part of this tour we are in the ‘middle hills’ of Nepal. The climate is mostly warm and sunny, though for the two nights we stay at altitude a down jacket is recommended. In the valleys it’s hot and up the hill’s it’s cool so please pack layers to accommodate for the change of temperatures. A down jacket will be needed at night whilst we are staying above 2000m. Please also kindly note mountain views are subject to weather conditions and we have chosen dates for this tour keeping the best time of year to see the mountains in mind.
Riding experience: For all our tours we welcome riders young and old, of any gender, nationality, race or religion. The Ride to Everest Tour is a great introduction to Nepal where you get to ride through diverse scenery and see the world’s tallest mountain as well as go on jungle safari! This tour is mostly on paved roads, however road conditions may vary due to frequent road works and potential damage from monsoon rains. We recommend this tour for first time travelers to Nepal and all levels of riders from the less experienced rider to the very experienced. We ride for 9 out of 14 days, using the first day to go on a short 2-3 hour ride and familiarize ourselves with Nepali riding style and the different kinds of terrain you will encounter whilst on tour.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.


We ride to the Everest region for a glimpse of the world’s tallest mountain, only 50miles away as the crow flies.

On this trip you can see 9 of the 8000m+ peaks: Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Shishapangma, Manaslu, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.

We venture to the southern plains bordering India and ride to Chitwan National Park for a Jungle Safari. The penultimate stop is Pokhara, a touristic town and popular destination for trekkers doing the Annapurna Circuit.


Day 1: Kathmandu 1400m

Welcome to Nepal! Home of the fierce Gurkhas, uncountable temples and stupas made with awe-inspiring craftsmanship and the most diverse country on the planet in terms of its flora, fauna and its peoples. The birth of the capital was by the great saint Manjushree’s sword named Chandrahar (moon derider). He drained the lake known as the ‘Abode of the Serpents’ which lay in Kathmandu Valley by cleaving the valley in two thus creating fertile land fit for human habitation…

Once you arrive at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport we will pick you up directly from the airport and transfer you to your hotel. There will be a briefing in the evening over dinner so we are ready for the next day’s ride out of Kathmandu. *Remember usually flights are overnight so you should allow an extra day for the journey to Kathmandu.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 2: Nagarkot 2000m

We take a short ride on mixed terrain, familiarising ourselves with the Nepali riding style and leaving the hustle and bustle of the city behind. We take the east road onto the Kathmandu valley rim to the hilltop town of Nagarkot, possessing stunning views of Kathmandu valley and to the north, the Himalayas.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 3: Charikot 2000m

Wake up at sunrise for a mesmerising view of the Himalayas lit up in the morning light. Today we ride east on broken tarmac to the hilltop town of Charikot. You are able to see parts of the Himalayas which lie in Tibet as well as the unclimbed sacred Mountain, Gauri Shankar.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 4: Mulkot 500m

We take a short ride today down from the hills to the river valley below. Whilst riding we’ll get to see two great Himalayan Rivers; the Tama Kosi and the Sun Kosi. The hotel we stay at tonight sits beside the Sun Kosi.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 5: Pattale 2900m

Starting the day in the river valley, we ride up a very big hill (wait ‘til you see what a Nepali hill looks like!) into the Everest region. We reach Pattale, a little-known mountain village, with a well-kept secret, a fantastic viewing point of 39+ Himalayan Peaks. Mt. Everest lies 50 miles as the crow flies from here.

Accommodation: Basic Lodge

Day 6: Pattale/Phaplu 2400m

Today we have an optional visit to an autonomous Tibetan monastery situated 54km away, half the distance is unpaved.

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 7: Bardibas

After our stint in the Everest region, we leave behind the remote mountain village life and retrace part of our route as we head to the flatlands of Nepal. We traverse alpine, sub-alpine, sub-tropical and tropical climes to reach Bardibas, a highway town close to the Indian border.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 8: Chitwan

From Bardibas we take the East-West Highway, a straight flat road, very different to the ones you would have come across so far. The highway is busy with fast and slow moving traffic; buses, trucks, bullock carts, bicycles and maybe the occasional Elephant. Our destination is a Jungle Lodge at the edge of Chitwan National Park.

Accommodation: Jungle Resort

Day 9: Jungle Safari

Wake up to the sounds of the jungles; bird song and monkey calls. We spend the day at Chitwan where you can go for a jungle safari on foot, by jeep or Elephant back. If you’re lucky catch glimpses of the wild animals who call the expansive 952km₂ park their home. The Royal Bengal Tiger, The One Horned Rhino, Spotted Deer, Leopards, Jackals, Wild Dogs, Sloth Bears, The Mugger Croc and the Long Snouted Gharial Crocodile, to name but a few.

Accommodation: Jungle Resort

Day 10: Pokhara

Today we ride northwards to the popular tourist town of Pokhara, famed for its tranquil Lake Fewa and the views of the Annapurna’s. Relax by the lakeside, chat to fellow travellers and settle down for the next two nights as we bring the tour to a close.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 11: Rest Day

Pokhara has a lot to offer for those seeking adventure. Take the day to go Paragliding, White Water Rafting, Bungee Jump or fly in a microlight to view the mountains more on their level.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 12: Kathmandu

From Pokhara we ride back to Kathmandu on the Prithvi highway. Many tourists travel on this road inside buses or jeeps, whilst we will enjoy the free a/c (breeze) on our motorbikes.

Day 13: Kathmandu Rest Day

Sightseeing and Souvenir Hunting.

Day 14: Departure

Congratulations you did it! We hope you’ve enjoyed everyday riding in the Nepali Himalayas and that you will return again soon—we’re sorry but our tours are highly addictive! You have been warned… :)