Cycling Nepal - Pokhara to Kathmandu

9 days - Departing Kathmandu with daily private departures
Cycling Nepal - Pokhara to Kathmandu


9 days - Departing Kathmandu with daily private departures
Level of Difficulty Moderate - Demanding

* Private trips depart on request with a minimum of 2 people
  • Day 1:
    Pokhara and around
  • Day 2:
    Pokhara - Kalikasthan - Begnas Tal
  • Day 3:
    Begnas - Rambazar - Bhorletar - Sisaghat
  • Day 4:
    Sisaghat - Kunchha - Paudi - Tarpughat - Palungtar
  • Day 5:
    Palungtar - Laxmi Bazar - Gorkha
  • Day 6:
    Gorkha - Kathmandu valley
  • Day 7:
  • Day 8:
    Nagarkot - Bhaktapur - Kathmandu
  • Day 9:
    Depart Kathmandu

About This Tour

See the sights and the heights of Nepal and the Himalayas, from handlebar altitude. The ride of a lifetime for anyone who likes getting on their bike.

We're extremely proud of this cycle tour, which cuts through the heart of the wonderland that is the Nepalese Himalayas. Even though this is open to anyone who can ride a bike with a basic level of fitness, please be warned: you will be left breathless by what are arguably the best scenic views in the world.

You'll cycle through an exciting cross section of Nepal, taking in rustic villages, ancient cities and magnificent temples. You won't have to off-road it too much, but you will get to go off the beaten track to see hidden settlements and outposts stuck in a time all of their own.

There are some simply amazing downhills on your ride, which are as stimulating to the senses as they are easy on the legs. The surrounding landscape of the Everest, Annapurna and other ranges seem surreal and they provide a backdrop that's far better than any of the world's professional cycle tours.

During rest time and evenings, dive into the life of the Nepalese middle hills for a refreshing experience of endearing local people and a fascinating culture that's many centuries old. You'll rest your head in charming little hotels and guest houses, carefully selected for superb service and stunning views.

This is an "all-included" adventure - from the inspired accommodation and delicious food, right through to cycling guides, vehicle support and well maintained bikes that are guaranteed. All you have to do is pedal and enjoy!

The right people on the right trip
It's important that you select a trip that is suitable to your experience abilities and expectations. In order to help people assess whether a trip is the right one for you it's vital that you download and read our trip notes before booking. In the trip notes you'll find descriptions of the accommodation, food and difficulty rating for each trip.

Call +61 3 5976 3763

Download Trip Notes


Bob Lim - VIC
Highlight of the trip: "Views of the Himalayas Marvellous countryside Friendly locals especially the kids"


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Whats Included?

  • Hotel / guest house / resort accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Well maintained mountain bike, spares and tools
  • All meals as shown
  • Local cycling leader / mechanic
  • Entry fees to Chitwan National park
  • Support vehicle throughout

Care & Share


Fuji Outland

Bike Info

Equipped with Shimano's ever reliable Deore rear derailleur, gear shifts will be smooth and precise, while adjustable suspension forks with lockout absorb the bumps and holes to give you more precise handling in the rough stuff.

Please note that the bikes only have one water bottle cage and no back rack. The pedals are standard platform and have no cleat or foot strap/cage.

To customize the bike you can bring out your own seat, bar ends which give more riding positions and your own pedals (SPD cleats or cage). Our team will help you with the set up.

Bike specifications:

Frame Size variety of frame sizes
Frame Alpha SL Aluminum
Wheels Alloy front, Shimano RM60 rear hub: Bontrager Camino rims
Shifters Shimano Alivio
Front Derailleur Shimano Acera
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore
Pedals Alloy platform

We provide standard mountain bike seats. If you have a comfortable/wider seat on your bike at home then please bring with you as it can be attached to the seat post. Alternatively you can bring a gel seat cover.

Bringing your own bike:
No problems but please be aware that you may have excess baggage charges to pay on the airlines (both international & domestic), and pay extra on boats or trains if part of the itinerary.

Cycling tips for overseas trips
Cycling is an amazing means of experiencing and discovering new places & cultures. We provide a thorough safety briefing following set up of the bikes and go over some of the local rules of the road.
Click here for our Asian Highway Code

The advantages of bar ends (handle bar extensions):
These allow you to have more than one riding position when sitting on the bike for several hours at a time.

Cleat pedals (SPD�s):
If you use cleat (SPD) pedals; bring them with you to attach to the bike. These allow for greater efficiency as you are clipped in allowing you to both push and pull on each pedal stroke. This gives increased power and makes uphill sections easier. Alternatively bring pedal straps/cages.