Enjoy The Nerve Jangling Motor Bike Tour To Tibet With Shivam Group Holiday
Proceed towards the Tibetan border , ride as high as 3120m at Sil Dhunga Pass, enjoy the torquoise blue water of Tama Koshi, arrive at the lively little town of Jiri, hike to the Swiss cheese factory built around 1955, visit the ancient monastery and meet the Head Lama, walk through terraced millet field and meet the warm and friendly locals.
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If you wish to see the real countryside of Nepal, where the nature is in it’s pristine form, this is it. Mountain roads built around 1970s by Swiss Engineers beckons the adventure lovers. This is the place where George Mallory and Edmund Hillary walked through during the 1920s and 1950s to summit the world’s highest point, Mount Everest.
Motorists can navigate on the single track metaled road and wind through tall pine trees, beautiful terraced rice fields, breath-taking sceneries, ethnic villages, commanding views of Rolwaling mountain range with Gauri Shanker (7145m), turquoise blue rivers of Bhote Kosi (Tibetan River) and Tama Kosi (Bronze River).
Duration: 6 DAYS
Average Daily Distance: 115KM
Max Altitude Gain: 3120M at Sil Dhunga (2nd day)
Riding Conditions: Easy
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu, transfer to hotel – Evening visit to Pashupatinath Temple.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Kodari. A short visit to the Nepal-Tibet border is fun.
Day 03: Ride along the Bhote Kosi river to Jiri through a few high passes above 2140m to 3120m.
Day 04: Hike to the cheese factory (2439m), millet field, visit the monastery. Chill out in the evening.
Day 05: Return ride to Namo Buddha. Stay in a resort to enjoy the amazing sunrise and sunset views and the spectacular mountain range.
Day 06: A short ride to Namo Buddha, Buddhist pilgrimage site for magnificent mountain views. Have lunch and ride back to Kathmandu. Evening is free for shopping – Overnight stay.
Day 07: Transfer to the airport for onward journey.
INCLUDES: 350cc Royal Enfield bike, petrol, stay in hotel and resort on all meals plan, mechanical support and spare parts.
EXCLUDES: Expenses of personal nature like drinks, mineral water, phone calls etc.
GROUP SIZE: Minimum 5 to maximum 12 riders.