With a life-time of experience behind us with riding the roads in Nepal our unique motorcycle trips will not only show you the World’s tallest peaks; the Himalayas but also take you to lesser known parts of Nepal like the Tropical Southern Terai, home of the Royal Bengal Tiger and also the birthplace of Buddha.
Here at Ride Nepal we are the creators and the providers of all our motorcycle tours. Motorcycles are our favourite mode of transport, not only is it fun, but it also allows you to travel extensively in Nepal, reaching places that you could not go to by minibus, or would take a lot longer by foot! Our dualsport bikes brings you closer to the mountains and closer to your dreams!
You can sign up to join a group for one of these special motorcycle trips whether you are single traveller or there’s a team of you, all nationalities, genders, ages welcome!
Check out our new itinerary: Tibet Motorcycle Adventure just click on the text for more details of this once in a lifetime expedition to Tibet, overland from Nepal.
Coming Soon New Itineraries for 2020:
- Dirt Track Heaven: Manang
- The Lost Kingdom: Upper Mustang
We also provide bespoke services that can incorporate nearly any activity under the sun in Nepal, like white water rafting trips to trekking to professional pursuits like photography, geology or writers retreats.
We can also work with you to tailor-make a motorcycle trip. Our bespoke trips can include any activity of your choice, such as white water rafting, trekking, paragliding, mountain biking, bungee jump, zip line, safari, jeep tour, heli tour or whatever it is that interests you.
Our trips have no hidden costs*: from the time you arrive in Nepal to the time you leave we will take care of all arrangements. We have an office in Kathmandu with a team dedicated to fine-tuning your adventure on the ground. For the duration of the trip one of the companies’ partners will also be there with you from to make sure everything is running smoothly. We don’t just hand you over to another operator in Nepal, we are the operator, with one foot in the UK and one foot in Nepal.