Nepal is one of the most mountainous countries in the world. Kathmandu, the capital lies within a large valley and offers Nepal’s best mountain biking. Nepal is small enough to become familiar with, yet large enough to get lost in, making them an ideal mountain biking adventure country.
We stop at the best locations for viewing the mighty Himalayas While, traveling around the valley skirts; our biking teams can view the majestic Himalayan ranges of over 8000 meters from some viewpoints of the northern rims of the Kathmandu valley. During your mountain biking, you can sight the views of Mt. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and Manaslu in the West and Mt. Everest in the East. The Kathmandu valley itself is equally famous for its great combination of the natural, cultural, historical and modernity. Our biking trip starts from Kathmandu via Nagigompa to Chisapani to Nagarkot to Dhulikhel to Namobuddha to Dakchinkali to Kakani to Daman to Naubise. On reaching Naubise we take a short drive to Kathmandu Valley.
A moderate trek that offers a glimpse mountain with the beautiful village, unique culture. The panoramic view of Himalayas.
Note: B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
Upon arrival, we pick up from the international airport in Kathmandu, after some refreshment we will invite you for a Nepali dinner
After breakfast, sightseeing visit, in Kathmandu valley including, Kathmandu Darbar square, Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa & Pashupatinath Temple.
The trail climbs up through mixed forest and passes the Mulkharka village to Chisapani Danda, In a clear day there are good views of the mountain from east to west., There is a good view of the mountain and Kathmandu Valley.
An interesting trail takes us to the hill retreat of Nagarkot, perched on a ridge 32 km east of Kathmandu, Nagarkot is also a popular spot to watch sunrise and sunset.
The trail descends through rhododendron forest and villages to Dhulikhel, On a clear day, there is an excellent view of eastern Himalaya.
Namobuddha, better known by Tibetans as Tag-mo Lu-jin. This means the place where the Buddha offered his body to the hungry mother tigress. It is renowned for Shakyamuni’s act of compassion upon encountering a hungry mother tigress he offered her his body so that she could feed her cubs. There are a couple monasteries and one ancient Stupa erected nearby in which one can make offerings, pray, meditation and light butter lamps.