Nepal is emerging as a playground for mountain bikers and offers a great array of dirt roads that are perfect for off-road biking. A number of bicycles renting outlets and the easy availability of food and accommodation along the trail have contributed to making Nepal a paradise for mountain bikers. Peace Nepal Treks has excellent relations with the best-licensed biking companies in the industry and we will happily assist you should you choose to hit the dirt roads of Nepal.
Day 1 After a hearty breakfast we start biking to Dhulikhel, visiting the ancient city of Bhaktapur in between. The historical city is home to the Durbar Square, the Nyatapola temple, a pottery square, a woodcarving center, and peacock-designed windows. We stay overnight in Dhulikhel after viewing the magnificent sunset.
Day 2 After breakfast we cycle around Dhulikhel, stopping in between to take in all the natural and cultural beauty surrounding us and head towards Namobuddha. Overnight in Namobuddha.
Day 3 After an early breakfast we ride back to Kathmandu. In between, we visit the historical city of Panauti.
Biking around Pokhara offers both sightseeing and photographic opportunities in the beautiful lake city. O this trip we visit some of the most famous sites in Pokhara, including David’s Fall, the Tibetan refugee camp, the central market, the Mahendra cave, and the Seti River gorge before stopping beside the Phewa Lake.
The day trip to Sarankot starts after an early breakfast. During this trip, we get to take in the beauty of the extended Annapurna range, including the sunrise and sunset from and behind the great Himalayan range.
If you’d prefer to share this Peace Nepal holiday trip with your own group of friends, we’ve got good news, it’s also available as a Private Adventure!, Our Private Adventure specialists are on hand to give you a quote or talk through some different options.
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Enjoy the popular trekking and tour packages in Nepal Himalayas. 2022.