TIBET / Lhasa to Mt. Everest Motorbike Tour is a Tibet Motorcycle tour. You will be riding on the asphalt roadways of Tibet to reach the Everest Base camp. This tour takes us to the rain shadow area of Tibet areas. This exciting ride will excite you with spectacular, ancient, and diverse landscapes.
On the Kathmandu Lhasa Motorcycle Magical Mystery Tour “Touring the Roof of the World”. The craze to ride the bike in different parts of the world has been growing in numbers. And the ride to Everest base camp Itinerary & Cost is a dream which every rider has in their bucket list of Travel. On this tour, we take a ride in motorcycling tour to Tibet and explore cities of Tibet. We will visit Kyirong, Sakya, Gyantse, Shigatse, Lhasa and Everest Base Camp, If you’re looking for an Special package for adventurous expedition riding in the Himalayas.
Parikrama Treks has been riding in the roof of the world since 2000. The roadway has shown a drastic change from dirt road ride to asphalt ride. This Himalayan Lhasa Motorcycle Tours is a challenging ride in the high Himalayas. This dream ride can be a real ride for you. Contact us to be part of this tour with our group joining the departure date each year. We have a 2 decades history of successful Himalayan Motorcycle tours and explore the Tibetan Plateau on a Royal Enfield 411cc Himalayan
Getting on this dream ride itself is a dream. Join us riding on our next Motorcycle Tour to Mt. Everest once in their lifetime. You will see your tears rolling down your chin while enjoying majestic Everest views. Be sure to check out proper guidance for this Himalayan Motorcycle Adventure. As we will enter Tibet we need to follow their rule.
Upon arrival meet and assist by Parikrama Trekking representative. Transfer to the hotel.
Today we will visit several UNESCO sites in Kathmandu. We will provide a short briefing about the Himalayan Motorbike Tour.
Today is the first day of riding in the Himalayas of Nepal. You will follow the trail of the Trishul River. We will ride along rolling hills, deep forests, and flowing streams.
Today we will complete all the Nepal-Tibet border processes. We start our ride to reach the first town of Tibet from Syabrubesi.
Today we take our trail to the old city of Tibet. Beautiful Tibetan landscape welcomes you this day as you ride. You will cross the high pass and explore beautiful lakes.
Today we will ride on the main highway. We will also cross several high passes while seeing several Tibetan nomads pass by.
Today is a more scenic ride towards Lhasa. On the way, you will pass Karo La (5,050m) from where see the imposing Karola Glacier. You will also see the famous Yamdrok Lake.
Today you will visit the UNESCO listed sites of Lhasa.
From Today we start heading north route from Lhasa. We will also cross Gyatso la pass which is the highest section of the journey.
Today we will Ride to Rongbuk through a new winding road in the mountains. Rongbuk is also a name for Everest Base Camp from where we will see the sight of Everest.
In the morning we will have an excursion around Everest Base Camp. Later after breakfast, we make our way back to Tingri on a Royal Enfield.
Today we will ride the vastness of the Tibetan landscape, the highest plateau in the World. We will reach to the starting and ending point of Tibet, “Kyirong.”
We take a ride back to Tibet – Nepal Border and complete all immigration processes. We bid farewell to our Tibetan Team and ride back to Kathmandu.
A Himalayan Motorbike Tour Journey Ends.
Tour Cost: US$ 5,144.00 per person, sharing a twin room.
SINGLE ROOM SUPPLEMENT: US$ 480.00 Per Person.
– Arrival and Departure Airport transfer in a private car
– 3-star hotel on twin sharing basis in Kathmandu with breakfast
– Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu as per the itinerary
– Hotels / Guest House in Tibet on twin sharing (3-star standard Hotels) with breakfast
– All entry fees to the sites and monasteries for both Motorbikes and members
– Everest Conservation fee for members, bikes, Crews and vehicle
– All necessary Tibet entry and road permits
– Motorbike custom entry fee at China custom
– Temporary Motor Bike license and driving license
– 1 Local Tibetan English speaking guide
– Hire of Royal Enfield Motorcycle and spare parts of bikes
– One mechanic from Nepal, their accommodation, meals, and daily wages
– Cost of fuel for the bikes as well as engine oil top-up
– Back up the support of a Truck to carry support staff and clients’ personal baggage/gears
– Deposit Amount in Chinese Custom
COST DOES NOT INCLUDE:-
– Flight from Lhasa/Kathmandu if going for one way tour
– Nepal entry & and re-entry visa fee
– China/Tibet Visa fee
-Lunch and dinner on Nepal and Tibet
– Personal biking clothing including Helmets
– Photography charges for Video cameras at Monasteries in Tibet
– Personal insurance and Emergency evacuation costs, travel / medical insurance
– Any extra cost in the event of landslides and personal nature expenses
– Bank transfer fees, cancellation fee if there is an unavoidable situation
– Personal nature expenses such as bar bills, alcoholic beverages
– Costs incurred due to natural calamities, strikes, and break downs
– Tips and gratitude for staff.
|Grade:||moderate to strenuous||Max-Altitude:||5236|
|Trek Region:||N/A||Starts in/ Ends in:||Tibet - Nepal|
|Trek Duration:||14 Nights / 15 days||Type of trek:||Motorbike tour|
|Best Season:||May - September|
You don’t miss on the first open departures Lhasa to Mt. Everest Motorbike Tour
|Trip Date & Departure 2022||Trip Date & Departure 2023/ 2024|
|KTM Arrive Date: May 4, 2022|
End Departure Date: May 18, 2022
KTM Arrive Date: August 15, 2022
KTM Arrive Date: Sept 13, 2022
|KTM Arrive Date: May 4, 2023|
End Departure Date: May 18, 2023
KTM Arrive Date: June 6, 2023
KTM Arrive Date: August 15, 2023
KTM Arrive Date: Sept 6, 2023
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Some friends and I hit a big birthday this year and decided to have an adventure to celebrate. An adventure it certainly was. After some research we decided upon Parikrama owned and run by Kumar Basnett. We were a bit nervous dealing with an unknown company in Nepal only by email but we need not have worried. I contacted some previous customers who had left reviews on Trip Advisor and they all gave glowing accounts. All they said about his honesty, helpfulness and willingness to provide the best possible service was correct. During the run up to our departure the rules changed regarding obtaining the group visa to enter Tibet so we were forced to spend longer in Kathmandu that we originally wanted to but Kumars lovely daughter, Sushi, took us on some sightseeing trips and the hotel was good. Kumar even arranged for one of our group to go riding in Kathmandu through the crazy traffic. The motorcycling in Tibet was fabulous. The guide, mechanics and truck driver were terrific and could not do too much to help us. They dealt with changing circumstances regarding road closures, compliance with Chinese traffic rules and regulations etc easily. The scenery was magnificent, the roads varied from good tarmac to pot holed tracks under construction and multi-switchback high altitude passes. The accommodation provided everywhere we stayed was the best available but obviously not 5 star luxury. The toilets along the route were ‘interesting’. The Royal Enfield bikes provided were comfortable enough, coped with the terrain well and were easy to fix. They had no great acceleration so overtakes uphill were a challenge but it was all really good fun. Kumars English is a little difficult to understand sometimes but his daughters is really good. As a lady rider I was initially concerned that the trip would be beyond my abilities but Kumar assured me that if I was worried about any section one of the mechanics would ride my bike for me while I hopped in the truck. As it was this was not necessary and I did the whole trip without incident. Best of all we stayed as close as we could to EBC and saw the sun rise over Everest without a cloud in sight. A truly fantastic trip. If you want a holiday this is not for you. If you want an adventure on motorcycles then contact Kumar and Parikrama.