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An Everest Base Camp motorcycle tour is an adventure trip that takes you on a thrilling ride through the Himalayan Mountains to the base camp of the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest. This tour is ideal for adventure enthusiasts who love to ride motorcycles and explore off-beat destinations.
The tour usually begins from Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, and takes you through scenic landscapes, high-altitude passes, and ancient monasteries. The route usually passes through towns and villages such as Gyantse, Shigatse, and Tingri, before reaching the Everest Base Camp. The duration of the tour usually 11 days, depending on the itinerary and the pace of the group. The best time to go for an Everest Base Camp motorcycle tour is from April to June and from September to November, when the weather is pleasant and the skies are clear.
Everest Base Camp motorcycle tour is another thrilling way to explore the Himalayas and reach the base camp of the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest. This tour takes you on a ride through the Tibetan Plateau, offering stunning views of the mountains and a glimpse into the unique culture and traditions of the Tibetan people.
Some of the highlights of the tour include a visit to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, a ride through the scenic Yamdrok Lake, and a visit to the Rongbuk Monastery, the highest monastery in the world, located near the Everest Base Camp.
Overall, an Everest Base Camp motorcycle tour from Tibet is a unique and unforgettable adventure that combines the thrill of motorcycle riding with the beauty and culture of Tibet and the Himalayas.
“Life is short, but the ride is long. Enjoy the journey, not just the destination.”
American Passport Holders: USD $ 215 Per Person
Canadian Passport holders: USD $ 215 Per Person
Other Nationality: USD $ 125 Per Person
You will be welcomed by one of our team member of Global Holidays Adventure at the airport terminal. You then will be driven to hotel by company’s vehicle. A small discussion will be held at lobby later during the evening.
Visa processing day
The day is actually separated for as visa preparation day as Tibet visa process duration is approximately three working days. As you don’t have to be present in the embassy so you can have some quite relaxing day at Kathmandu.
Bike preparation day
Today after breakfast we will check the bike, take a quick test ride and make sure the bike perfectly blends with the rider. You can also ask for place of your desire in order to mount the camera gears. Our skilled mechanic will do it for you.
Ride to Syabrubeshi (2380 m, 80 km / 6 hours approx.)
Today we will start the journey to Everest base camp from Kathmandu. Today we will ride around 80 km both on and off-road. Riding through the winding narrow roads will be challenging yet fun. However it is suggested to ride carefully on the roads.
Syabrubeshi to Kerung (2750m, 42 km 2 hours max.)
Today after breakfast we ride towards the boarder on Nepal and China, Kerung. The day is going to be long as you need to complete the formalities of the boarder. Once done with formalities the rest of the days we get to know the place and acclimatize ourselves.
Ride Kerung to Tingri (4300m, 244 Km, 5 hours.)
After breakfast, you'll embark on an uphill ride to the highest plateau on earth. The landscape in Tibet is typical and will provide an extraordinary feeling of standing on the world's rooftop. If the weather allows, you'll be able to witness a stunning panoramic view of the majestic Himalayan ranges, which include Mt Cho Oyu (8201 M) and Mt Xishapagma (8012M), although they appear dwarfed by the vast expanse of the Tibetan plateau. From TINGRI, you can relish the breathtaking magnificence of Mt. Everest (8,848 M).
Tingri to EBC via Rongbuk monastery. (5200m)
The journey to reach the Everest base camp is an exciting one, taking approximately three hours ride. Along the way, we'll have the opportunity to visit the magnificent Rongbuk Monastery. Once we arrive at the North Base Camp of Everest, which sits at an altitude of 5,200 meters, we'll be treated to jaw-dropping views of majestic mountains such as Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Shishapangma (8,013m). It will be a breathtaking and unforgettable experience. Afterward, we'll return to Rongbuk Monastery, where you should expect modest lodging.
Ride back Tingri (4300m, 90km)
After enjoying magnificent sunrise from the Everest we ride back to Tingri. It is only short distance riding back to Tingri where you can spend your time by taking pictures of Himalayas.
Ride back to Kerung (244 km - 6/7 Hours).
On the return journey, you'll take the same road back to Kerung and enjoy the picturesque views of lakes, mountains, land, and local Tibetan settlements.
Ride back to Kathmandu (165km – 8 Hours).
You will Ride down to the Nepal Tibet immigration. Say good bye to Tibetan driver and Guide. After immigration formalities, you will ride again to Kathmandu through same way. Upon reaching Kathmandu you can chill around the nice spots at Kathmandu remembering the trip and sharing the stories among your group.
Today is the final day at Kathmandu. You can enjoy some last moments at Kathmandu doing the things you like. Our representative will drop you at the airport on a private vehicle.
Riding or driving on roads of Tibet you have to drive/ride from right hand side.
In such case, there is always a supporting carrying bike parts. For the first change we will do it for free and for second you have to pay for it.
We offer you 411 cc and 500 cc Royal Enfield Himalayan or Classic motorcycle. You can ride accordinng to your choice. Both motorcycle are powerful and comfortable. You are free to do some external changes like mobile phone holder, camera holder etc.
An experienced English speaking Tibetan guide who is local and well-known to the cities and you will be strolling around Tibet with him. The crew member includes Road captain, chief technician and a mechanic.
The climate in many parts of Tibet is not as severe as people often describe it to be. The best times to travel are from mid-April to June, as well as September and October. Lhasa, in particular, has a more moderate climate compared to other areas of Tibet, making it suitable for travel during all seasons. However, it should be noted that Lhasa is closed for administrative purposes during the month of March.
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