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    • 11 dias – 1730 km: desde Lucknow (India) hasta Lucknow (India)

    • desde el 28 Septiembre Octubre hasta el 8 Octubre – reservas abiertas;

    CONTÁCTENOS
    • desde el 28 Septiembre Octubre hasta el 7 Octubre – reservas abiertas;

    CONTÁCTENOS
    • desde el 28 Septiembre Octubre hasta el 7 Octubre – reservas abiertas;

    CONTÁCTENOS
    • desde el 28 Septiembre Octubre hasta el 7 Octubre – reservas abiertas;

    CONTÁCTENOS

MOTO TOUR NEPAL, ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG

ITINERARIO SUGERIDO

Día 1: Llegada, The Charming Thamel y Briefing

Cuando llegue al aeropuerto internacional Tribhuvan en Katmandú, nuestro servicio de transporte lo recogerá. Lo llevaremos a un excelente hotel con un poco de confort y lujo. Después de un pequeño descanso, caminará por un laberinto de pequeñas tiendas y edificios de colores brillantes. Está lleno de arte y artefactos locales y uno para ti es el centro turístico de Katmandú, el Thamel. Disfrute de un masaje, tome un pañuelo de cachemir o una cena en uno de los muchos restaurantes nepaleses. Por la noche, se preparará para Pokhara con una sesión informativa sobre el programa de viaje.

Día 2: de Katmandú a Pokhara

Pokhara es conocida como la ciudad más serena de Nepal y hoy comprenderá por qué. Se trata de una unidad de 6 horas de Katmandú con algunas vistas fantásticas en el camino. Nos registraremos en nuestro hotel en Pokhara por un breve período de descanso antes de ir a ver qué ofrece este hermoso pueblo. Se planean otros informes, la punta de la bicicleta y sus preparativos. Si el tiempo lo permite, haremos un pequeño recorrido por la ciudad para que se familiarice con su bicicleta. No te preocupes, volverás a Pokhara nuevamente, si te perdiste algo.

Día 3: de Pokhara a Kalopani

Una carrera relativamente larga en el Himalaya, hoy alcanzamos una altitud de aproximadamente 3.000 metros. Atravesaremos las ciudades budistas, los monasterios y veremos que los paisajes cambian radicalmente. Es realmente una experiencia magnífica conducir en esta parte del mundo. El camino tiene 65 km de largo en negro hasta Beni y unos duros 45 km en las cercanías de la carretera de grava hasta Kalopani. Esta parte del recorrido pondrá a prueba tus habilidades motoras.

Día 4: de Kalopani a Kagbeni vía Muktinath

Dejaremos Kalopani después del desayuno. Cabalgaremos por el río Kali Gandaki con fascinantes vistas de los picos de Annapurna, Nilgiri y Dhaulagiri. Llegamos a Muktinath a una altitud de 3,800 metros, es un templo de salvación, donde ofrecemos nuestras oraciones antes de regresar a Kagbeni para una parada nocturna. Kagbeni es una hermosa aldea tibetana, única en el mundo. Pasaremos la mañana sumergiéndonos en la cultura local y admirando las vistas que la región de Kagbeni tiene para ofrecer.

Día 5: de Kagbeni a Ghami

Hoy es el día en que hacemos una transición a la codiciada región del Alto Mustang. Cuando salimos de la aldea de Kagbeni, debemos conducir a través de algunos simulacros para permitir el acceso al área interna. Continuamos nuestro recorrido por el río Kali Gandaki y algunos asentamientos remotos. Nuestra parada hoy será en Ghami, otro pueblo único en Mustang.

Día 6: de Ghami a Lo-Manthang

Este es el día en que llegamos a nuestro destino final: Lo Manthang, el último Reino Prohibido Tibetano. Las paredes tibetanas, las cabañas hechas a mano y las ruedas de oración se convertirán en algo común cuando pasemos por el Alto Mustang. Nos detendremos por un rato mientras cruzamos un gran pueblo de Charang. En la última etapa de hoy, ascendemos a Lo-Manthang.

Día 7: Monasterios de Lo Manthang

Hemos pasado por un terreno de conducción difícil. Hoy es un día para descansar y relajarse. Durante el día realizaremos un breve viaje a un hermoso monasterio local y aprenderemos más sobre Lo y los ritos budistas. La tarde es todo tuyo para caminar por las calles, hablar con los lugareños, tomar té preparado en el lugar, negociar y comprar algunos recuerdos.

Día 8: de Lo-Manthang a la frontera tibetana de Korala

La etapa de hoy nos llevará a la mayor altitud de nuestro viaje al llegar a la frontera tibetana de Kora la, un paso a gran altura. Subiremos por la meseta tibetana, una oportunidad excepcional para que un motociclista llegue a la puerta del Tíbet. Todavía no es un cruce fronterizo oficial. Volvamos a Lo Manthang por la noche.

Día 9: de Lo-Manthang a Samar

Es hora de decir adiós a Lo Manthang y comenzar nuestro viaje hacia el sur a Pokhara. Las impresionantes vistas de Annapurna, Nilgiri y Dhaulagiri comienzan a abrazarte mientras descendemos a la meseta. Llegamos a Samar, un pueblo tranquilo salpicado de antiguas ruinas y colinas áridas.

Día 10: de Samar a Marpha

Continuamos hacia el sur, hacia la capital de Apple, Nepal, Marpha. Es una ciudad protegida por hermosas paredes blancas que invitan a explorar. El excelente brandy de manzana te hará compañía en las últimas horas de la noche.

Día 11: de Marpha a Tatopani

El viaje desciende hacia Tatopani. Tato significa caliente en nepalés y Pani significa agua. Hoy perderemos rápidamente toda la altitud que hemos ganado en tantos días. Cuando llegamos a Tatopani bajamos de 3.000 a 1.200 metros. En el camino, nos detenemos a saborear las vistas populares de Rupche Fall, después de Ghasa. Admiramos la belleza de los salientes y reanudamos el pedaleo a lo largo de la escarpada carretera de las tierras altas hacia Tatopani. Como su nombre indica, después de llegar a Tatopani, mereces un baño de agua caliente en aguas termales naturales.

Día 12: de Tatopani a Pokhara

Cuando regrese a Pokhara, tendrá un aspecto de soldado endurecido. Volviendo a la civilización, tendrás un día de descanso para ti. Descanse, saboree algunas bebidas, haga un masaje o explore las fotos y los videos del recorrido. Una vez que devuelva las motocicletas, seguramente perderá las tierras prohibidas que ha conducido.

Día 13: de Pokhara a Katmandú

Desde Pokhara, regresamos a Katmandú después del desayuno. Llegamos a Katmandú en la noche y check-in en nuestro hotel. Ir de compras, comprar recuerdos y relajarse debe estar en la agenda esta noche.

Día 14: despedirse de Nepal (por ahora)

Después del desayuno, te acompañarán al aeropuerto para tomar el vuelo a casa.

OFF-ROAD30%
GRAN ALTITUD70%

MOTO TOUR NEPAL, ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG

  • Precios para un grupo guiado de 11 días.
    Item Piloto (hab. twin) Pasajero (hab. double)
    PARTICIPATIÓN € 2.900  € 1.700
    Suplementos   Precios
    HABITACION SINGLE € 700
    VUELO disponible
    Prezzi in EURO per un minimo di 8 e un massimo di 12 piloti.
    Personalizzazioni per gruppi privati e self-guided tours.
    Prezzi soggetti a modifiche senza preavviso

    CONTÁCTENOS

  • Precios para un grupo guiado de 14 días, desde Marzo, Abril, Mayo, Octubre y Noviembre.
    Item Piloto (hab. twin) Pasajero (hab. double)
    PARTICIPATIÓN € 3.200  € 1.900
    Suplementos   Precios
    HABITACION SINGLE € 1.000
    VUELO disponible
    Precios en EURO un mínimo de 8 y un máximo de 12 pilotos.
    Personalizaciones para grupos privados y self-guided tours
    Precios sujetos a variación sin previo aviso.

    CONTÁCTENOS

  • Precios para un grupo guiado de 11 días.

    • Royal Enfield Himalayan.
    • Oils & road side maintenance.
    • Twin sharing accommodation with breakfast for 8 nights in three star hotels.
    • Entry permits, monuments/museum permits.
    • Vehicle Permits for bike and Backup for all days.
    • Tourist permits permits for Indian citizens.
    • English speaking Nepal Guide.
    • experienced Ride Captain.
    • Back up vehicle with Mechanic throughout in Nepal.
    • Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Fee inclusive of government taxes.
    • TIMS Card (Trekkers Information Management System Card inclusive of government taxes.
    • Welcome dinner at typical Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu with transfer in a private deluxe a/c vehicle accompanied by representative.
    • Full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu city in a private deluxe a/c vehicle accompanied by city guide.
    • City guide fee and entrance fee for the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu city as per itinerary.
    • Comprehensive Medical Kit.
    • All toll taxes for the bikes and the backup vehicle and also government taxes in Nepal

    SERVICIOS NO INCLUIDOS

    • Flights tickets & SIM Cards.
    • Fuel for you own bike.
    • Vehicle Security deposit.
    • Personal Insurance against accident, evacuation & medical expenses. (Advisable – we can facilitate)
    • Any meals not specified (Lunches and Dinners, soft drinks, water, alcohol).
    • Adventure Activities in Pokhara.
    • Items of a personal nature such as bar bills telephone calls, laundry, extra mileage and any extra costs incurred due to natural calamities, flight delays etc.
    • Costs incurred due to natural calamities, strikes, and break downs of bikes, accidents, cancellation of flights, altitude sickness or unforeseen circumstances (riots, natural calamities etc) and situations beyond the control of Wild Adventure Nepal (P) Ltd.
    • Tips for the staff
    • Personal expenses/insurance, laundry, tips, video/still camera fee, other additional expenses incurred due to bad weather, flight cancellation, road closure, landslides, political disturbances, etc.
    • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.

    Notas

    1. Necesitas 60 días para solicitar una visita personalizada.
    2. Cuando alquila nuestra bicicleta, necesitamos una copia de su pasaporte y una visa de Nepal.
    3. Debe verificar su bicicleta durante el viaje, ya que lo inspeccionaremos a su regreso y cualquier daño causado durante su viaje debe ser cubierto por usted.
    4. Se le pedirá que firme el formulario de indemnización por consentimiento, antes de comenzar el viaje.

     

    Precios para un grupo guiado de 14 días, desde Marzo, Abril, Mayo, Octubre y Noviembre.

    • Recogida y entrega en el aeropuerto;

    • Alojamiento con desayuno en buenos hoteles de gama media en Katmandú y Pokhara;

    • Transporte de Katmandú a Pokhara y regreso a un vehículo con aire acondicionado. (Toyota Hiace o similar);

    • Lodges / Guest Houses con desayuno y cena durante la carrera del Himalaya. (del día 3 al día 12);

    • Un Royal Enfield Himalayan o 500 cc – por persona para días de viaje (del día 3 al día 12);

    • Combustible y repuestos para el viaje;

    • Un vehículo de apoyo logístico para transportar equipaje y repuestos o combustible;

    • Todos los permisos necesarios para el viaje;

    • Permisos (ACAP / TIMS) por valor de 500 euros para acceder al Mustang superior;

    • Kit médico grupal;

    • Un mecánico con un ayudante;

    • Líder del tour en motocicletas;

    • Guía adicional cuando ingresamos a Upper Mustang (con mandato del gobierno);

    • Visita a Pokhara el 7 ° día en un vehículo con aire acondicionado;

    • Video editado en FULL HD enviado a casa después del tour;

    • Polera Exmo Tours y gadget;

    • Descuento especial para tu próximo tour/ arriendo.

    SERVICIOS NO INCLUIDOS

    • GST 5%;

    • Seguro médico y cancelación de viaje;

    • Visas y vacunas;

    • Comidas no mencionadas y bebidas alcohólicas;

    • Peajes, estacionamientos, taxis, propinas y gastos personales;

    • Vuelos aéreos (disponibles, solicite un suplemento);

    • Todos los artículos que no figuran en los “servicios incluidos”.

    Notas

    1. Necesitas 60 días para solicitar una visita personalizada.
    2. Cuando alquila nuestra bicicleta, necesitamos una copia de su pasaporte y una visa de Nepal.
    3. Debe verificar su bicicleta durante el viaje, ya que lo inspeccionaremos a su regreso y cualquier daño causado durante su viaje debe ser cubierto por usted.
    4. Se le pedirá que firme el formulario de indemnización por consentimiento, antes de comenzar el viaje.
    Los servicios pueden ser personalizados para grupos privados y self-guided tours.

    CONTÁCTENOS

PARTENZE CONFERMATE

    • 11 giorni – 1730 km: da Lucknow (India) a Lucknow (India)

    • dal 28 Settembre al 8 Ottobre – prenotazioni aperte;
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    • dal 28 Settembre al 8 Ottobre – prenotazioni aperte;

    CONTATTACI


    • dal 28 Settembre al 8 Ottobre – prenotazioni aperte;

    CONTATTACI

    • dal 28 Settembre al 8 Ottobre – prenotazioni aperte;

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MOTO TOUR NEPAL, ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG

ITINERARIO SUGGERITO

Giorno 1: Arrivo, The Charming Thamel e Briefing

Quando arrivi all’aeroporto internazionale di Tribhuvan a Kathmandu, sarai prelevato dalla nostra navetta. Ti porteremo in un hotel eccellente con un po’ di comfort e lusso. Dopo un po’ di riposo, girerai per un labirinto di piccoli negozi e palazzi dai colori vivaci. È pieno di arte locale e artefatti e quello per te è il centro turistico di Kathmandu – il Thamel. Concediti un massaggio, prendi una sciarpa di cashmere oppure cena in uno dei tanti ristoranti nepalesi. La sera ti preparerai per Pokhara con un briefing sul programma di viaggio.

Giorno 2: da Kathmandu a Pokhara

Pokhara è conosciuta come la città più serena del Nepal e oggi capirai perché. È a 6 ore di macchina da Kathmandu con alcune fantastiche viste lungo la strada. Faremo il check-in nel nostro hotel a Pokhara per un breve periodo di riposo prima di andare a vedere cosa offre questo splendido villaggio. Sono previsti altri briefing, la messa a punta della moto e i loro preparativi. Tempo permettendo tenteremo un breve giro in città per farti familiarizzare con la tua moto. Non ti preoccupare, tornerai di nuovo su Pokhara, se ti sei perso qualcosa.

Giorno 3: da Pokhara a Kalopani

Una corsa relativamente lunga sull’Himalaya, oggi raggiungiamo un’altitudine di circa 3.000 metri. Attraverseremo le città buddiste, i monasteri e vedremo i paesaggi cambiare radicalmente. È davvero una magnifica esperienza da guidare in questa parte del mondo. La strada è lunga 65 km in nero fino a Beni e una dura 45 km in prossimità di ghiaia fuoristrada fino a Kalopani. Questa parte del giro metterà alla prova le tue abilità in moto.

Giorno 4: da Kalopani a Kagbeni via Muktinath

Lasceremo Kalopani dopo la colazione. Pedaleremo lungo il fiume Kali Gandaki con panorami affascinanti sulle vette dell’Annapurna, del Nilgiri e del Dhaulagiri. Raggiungiamo Muktinath a un’altitudine di 3.800 metri – è un tempio di salvezza, dove offriamo le nostre preghiere prima di tornare a Kagbeni per una sosta notturna. Kagbeni è un bellissimo villaggio tibetano, unico al mondo. Trascorreremo la mattinata immergendoci nella cultura locale e ammirando i panorami che la regione di Kagbeni ha da offrire.

Giorno 5: da Kagbeni a Ghami

Oggi è il giorno in cui effettuiamo una transizione verso l’ambita regione Upper Mustang. Mentre usciamo dal villaggio di Kagbeni, dovremmo attraversare alcune trivelle per permettere l’accesso all’area interna. Continuiamo il nostro giro lungo il fiume Kali Gandaki e alcuni insediamenti remoti. La nostra fermata oggi sarà a Ghami, l’ennesimo villaggio unico nel Mustang.

Giorno 6: da Ghami a Lo-Manthang

Questo è il giorno in cui arriviamo alla nostra destinazione finale – Lo Manthang – l’ultimo regno Proibito Tibetano. Le mura tibetane, le capanne fatte a mano e le ruote di preghiera diventeranno uno spettacolo comune quando supereremo l’Upper Mustang. Mentre attraversiamo un grande villaggio di Charang, faremo una breve sosta. Nell’ultima tappa di oggi, saliamo a Lo-Manthang.

Giorno 7: Monasteri di Lo Manthang

Abbiamo attraversato un difficile terreno di guida. Oggi è un giorno per riposarsi e rilassarsi. Durante il giorno faremo un breve viaggio in uno splendido monasterato locale e impareremo di più su Lo e i riti Buddhisti. Il pomeriggio è tutto tuo per passeggiare per le strade, parlare con la gente del posto, bere tè preparato in loco, contrattare e comprare qualche souvenir.

 

Giorno 8: da Lo-Manthang a frontiera Tibetana Kora- la

La tappa di oggi ci porterà alla più alta quota del nostro viaggio mentre raggiungiamo il confine tibetano di Kora la – un passo di alta quota. Guideremo in alto sull’altopiano tibetano – una rara opportunità per un motociclista di venire alla porta del Tibet. Non è ancora un valico di frontiera ufficiale. Torniamo a Lo Manthang per la notte.

Giorno 9: da Lo-Manthang a Samar

È tempo di dire addio a Lo Manthang e iniziare la nostra corsa verso sud verso Pokhara. Le viste mozzafiato di Annapurna, Nilgiri e Dhaulagiri iniziano ad abbracciarti mentre scendiamo sull’altopiano. Arriviamo a Samar – un villaggio tranquillo costellato di antiche rovine e colline brulle.

Giorno 10: da Samar a Marpha

Proseguiamo verso sud, verso la capitale Apple del Nepal, Marpha. È una città protetta da bellissime mura bianche così invitanti da esplorare. Dell’ottimo brandy di mele ti terrà compagnia nelle ultime ore di fine serata.

Giorno 11: da Marpha a Tatopani

La corsa scende verso Tatopani. Tato significa caldo in Nepalese e Pani significa acqua. Oggi perderemo rapidamente tutta l’altitudine che abbiamo guadagnato in così tanti giorni. Quando raggiungiamo Tatopani scendiamo da 3.000 a 1.200 metri. Lungo il tragitto ci fermiamo ad assaporare le popolari vedute di Rupche Fall, dopo Ghasa. Ammiriamo la bellezza degli strapiombi e riprendiamo a pedalare lungo la aspra strada dell’altopiano fino a Tatopani. Come suggerisce il nome, dopo aver raggiunto Tatopani, ti meriti un bagno di acqua calda nelle sorgenti calde naturali.

Giorno 12: da Tatopani a Pokhara

Quando tornerai a Pokhara, avrai un aspetto da soldato indurito. Ritornato alla civiltà avrai una giornata di riposo per te. Riposati, assapora alcuni drink, fai un massaggio o sfoglia le foto e i video del tour. Una volta restituite le motoe, sicuramente ti mancheranno le terre proibite che hai guidato.

Giorno 13: da Pokhara a Kathmandu

Da Pokhara, torniamo a Kathmandu dopo colazione. Raggiungiamo Kathmandu di sera e check-in nel nostro hotel. Fare shopping, comprare souvenir e rilassarsi dovrebbe essere all’ordine del giorno questa sera.

Giorno 14: Dì addio al Nepal (per ora)

Dopo colazione, sarai accompagnato all’aeroporto per il volo di ritorno a casa.

STERRATO30%
ALTA QUOTA70%

MOTO TOUR NEPAL, ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG

  • Servizi inclusi per un gruppo guidato di 11 giorni.
    Item Pilota (stanza twin) Passeggero (stanza matr.le)
    PARTECIPAZIONE € 2.900  € 1.700
    Supplementi   Prezzo
    CAMERA SINGOLA € 700
    VOLO disponible
    Prezzi in EURO per un minimo di 8 e un massimo di 12 piloti.
    Personalizzazioni per gruppi privati e self-guided tours.
    Prezzi soggetti a modifiche senza preavviso

    CONTATTACI

  • Servizi inclusi per un gruppo guidato di 14 giorni, realizzato da Marzo, Aprile, Maggio, Ottobre e Novembre.
    Item Pilota (stanza twin) Passeggero (stanza matr.le)
    PARTECIPAZIONE € 3.200  € 1.900
    Supplementi   Prezzo
    CAMERA SINGOLA € 1.000
    VOLO disponible
    Prezzi in EURO per un minimo di 8 e un massimo di 12 piloti.
    Personalizzazioni per gruppi privati e self-guided tours.
    Prezzi soggetti a modifiche senza preavviso

    CONTATTACI

  • Servizi inclusi per un gruppo guidato di 11 giorni, realizzato da Settembre 2018 a Ottobre 2018.

    • Royal Enfield Himalayan.
    • Oils & road side maintenance.
    • Twin sharing accommodation with breakfast for 8 nights in three star hotels.
    • Entry permits, monuments/museum permits.
    • Vehicle Permits for bike and Backup for all days.
    • Tourist permits permits for Indian citizens.
    • English speaking Nepal Guide.
    • experienced Ride Captain.
    • Back up vehicle with Mechanic throughout in Nepal.
    • Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Fee inclusive of government taxes.
    • TIMS Card (Trekkers Information Management System Card inclusive of government taxes.
    • Welcome dinner at typical Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu with transfer in a private deluxe a/c vehicle accompanied by representative.
    • Full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu city in a private deluxe a/c vehicle accompanied by city guide.
    • City guide fee and entrance fee for the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu city as per itinerary.
    • Comprehensive Medical Kit.
    • All toll taxes for the bikes and the backup vehicle and also government taxes in Nepal

    SERVIZI NON INCLUSI

    • Flights tickets & SIM Cards.
    • Fuel for you own bike.
    • Vehicle Security deposit.
    • Personal Insurance against accident, evacuation & medical expenses. (Advisable – we can facilitate)
    • Any meals not specified (Lunches and Dinners, soft drinks, water, alcohol).
    • Adventure Activities in Pokhara.
    • Items of a personal nature such as bar bills telephone calls, laundry, extra mileage and any extra costs incurred due to natural calamities, flight delays etc.
    • Costs incurred due to natural calamities, strikes, and break downs of bikes, accidents, cancellation of flights, altitude sickness or unforeseen circumstances (riots, natural calamities etc) and situations beyond the control of Wild Adventure Nepal (P) Ltd.
    • Tips for the staff
    • Personal expenses/insurance, laundry, tips, video/still camera fee, other additional expenses incurred due to bad weather, flight cancellation, road closure, landslides, political disturbances, etc.
    • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.

    Note

    1. ​Hai bisogno di 60 giorni per richiedere un tour personalizzato.
    2. ​​Quando noleggi la nostra moto, abbiamo bisogno di una copia fotografica del tuo passaporto e del visto del Nepal.
    3. Ti viene richiesto di controllare la tua moto durante il viaggio, poiché la ispezioneremmo al tuo ritorno e qualsiasi danno causato durante la tua guida dovrà essere coperto da te.
    4. Ti verrà richiesto di firmare il modulo di indennizzo di consenso, prima di iniziare il viaggio.

     

    Servizi inclusi per un gruppo guidato di 14 giorni, realizzato da Marzo, Aprile, Maggio, Ottobre e Novembre.

    • Trasferimenti da e per l’aeroporto;

    • Alloggio con colazione in hotel di fascia media a Kathmandu e Pokhara;

    • Trasporto da Kathmandu a Pokhara e ritorno in veicolo con aria condizionata (Toyota Hiace o simile);

    • Lodges – Guest Houses con colazione e cena durante il tour sull’Himalaya (dal giorno 3 al giorno 12);

    • Noleggio Royal Enfield Himalayan o 500 cc per i giorni di viaggio (dal giorno 3 al giorno 12);

    • Carburante e pezzi di ricambio per il viaggio;

    • Veicolo di supporto logistico per trasportare bagagli e parti di ricambio o carburante;

    • Tutti i permessi necessari per il viaggio;

    • Permessi (ACAP-TIMS) del valore di € 500 per accedere al Mustang;

    • Kit medico per il gruppo;

    • Meccanico con un assistente;

    • Tour leader in moto;

    • Guida aggiuntiva quando entriamo in Mustang (con mandato del governo);

    • Visita a Pokhara il 7 ° giorno in un veicolo con aria condizionata;

    • Montaggio video FULL HD inviato a casa dopo il tour;

    • Polo Exmo Tours e gadget;

    • Sconto speciale per il tuo prossimo tour/noleggio con noi.

    SERVIZI NON INCLUSI

    • GST al 5%;

    • Assicurazione medica e annullamento viaggio;

    • Visti e vaccini;

    • Pasti non menzionati e bevande alcoliche;

    • Pedaggi, parcheggi, taxi, mance e spese personali;

    • Voli aerei (disponibile, chiedi supplemento);

    • Tutte le voci non elencate nei “servizi inclusi”.

    Note

    1. ​Hai bisogno di 60 giorni per richiedere un tour personalizzato.
    2. ​​Quando noleggi la nostra moto, abbiamo bisogno di una copia fotografica del tuo passaporto e del visto del Nepal.
    3. Ti viene richiesto di controllare la tua moto durante il viaggio, poiché la ispezioneremmo al tuo ritorno e qualsiasi danno causato durante la tua guida dovrà essere coperto da te.
    4. Ti verrà richiesto di firmare il modulo di indennizzo di consenso, prima di iniziare il viaggio.

     

    I servizi inclusi sono personalizzabili per gruppi privati e self-guided tours.

    CONTATTACI

CONFIRMED DEPARTUES

    • 11 days – 1730 km: from Lucknow (India) to Lucknow (India)

    • from September the 28th to October the 8th – taking reservations;
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    • from September the 28th to October the 7th – taking reservations;

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    • from September the 28th to October the 7th – taking reservations;

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NEPAL, ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG MOTORBIKE TOUR

SUGGESTED ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival, The Charming Thamel and a Briefing

​When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, we meet you moment you step out of Airport. We’ll whisk you away to an excellent hotel with a bit of a comfort and luxury. After ​some rest​ you’ll wander through a labyrinth of small shops and brightly-colored buildings . Its​ full of local art and artefact ​and that for you is  the tourist hub of Kathmandu – ​the Thamel.  Take in a massage, pick up a cashmere scarf, or dine at one of the many Nepali restaurants. In the evening would be your preparations for Pokhara and a briefing on the ride plan.

Day 2: Ride to Pokhara

Pokhara is known to be the most serene city in Nepal and you’ll see why? It is a 6 hours drive from Kathmandu with some amazing views along the way. We would check-in ​into our hotel in Pokhara for a brief rest before setting out to see what Pokhara has to offer. You have some more briefings lined up, some motorcycle introductions and gearing up. Time permitting we would attempt a short ride around the city to get you familiarised with your bikes. ​Don’t worry, you would return back to Pokhara again, if you missed on something. ​

Day 3: Ride to Kalopani

A relatively long ride up the Himalayas, today​ we ​​gain an altitude of about 3000m. We will cross the Buddhist towns, monasteries and see the landscapes change dramatically. Its truly a magnificent experience to ride in this part of the world. The road is 65 km black top till Beni and a tough 45 km near off-road gravel ride till Kalopani. This portion of ride will put your biking skills to test.

Day 4: Ride to Kagbeni via Muktinath

We ride out after the breakfast in Kalopani. We ride along Kali Gandaki River with mesmerising views of Annapurna, Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri peaks. We reach Muktinath at ​an altitude of ​ 3800 m – its a temple of salvation, where we offer our prayers before riding back to Kagbeni for a night halt. Kagbeni is a beautiful Tibetan village, unique in every way. We will spend the morning soaking in the ​ local​ culture and amazing views that Kagbeni ​region ​has to offer.

Day 5: Ride Kagbeni to Ghami

Today is the day we make a transition to the coveted area of ​Upper​  Mustang region. As we ride out of Kagbeni Village we would have to go through some inner area permit drills. We continue our ride along Kali Gandaki River and ​some ​remote settlements. Our halt today will be at Ghami, yet another unique village ​ in Mustang​.

Day 6: Ride from Ghami to Lo- Manthang

This is the day we ​arrive at our final destination – Lo Manthang – the last Tibetan Forbidden Kingdom. The Tibetan walls, handmade hutments and prayer wheels will become a common sight as we ​pass Upper Mustang. As we ​pass through  a large village of Charang, we would take a brief halt. On the final ​l​e​g​ of ride today, we ascend to Lo–Manthang.

Day 7: Lo Manthang Monasteries

We have been through some tough ​ riding​ terrain​. Today is a day for some much needed rest and relaxation. In the day we will ​do a short trip to ​a  beautiful local monaster​y​ and learn more about Lo and Buddhist ​c​ulture​s​. The afternoon is all yours to wander the streets, speak with locals, drink local brewed tea, haggle and buy some souvenirs.

Day 8: Ride to Tibetan Border Kora- la

Today​’s ride will take us to the highest altitude of our journey as ​we reach​ the Tibetan border of Kora la – a high altitude pass. We ride high up on the Tibetan Plateau – a rare opportunity for a rider to come to th​is​ gateway to Tibet. It is not an official border crossing point yet. We ride back to Lo Manthang for the night.

Day 9: Ride Lo Manthang to Samar

Its ​time to​ bid adieu to Lo Manthang and start our ​ return​ ride southwards to Pokhara. The vistas of amazing Annapurna, Nilgiri and Dhaulagiri begin to embrace ​you as we go down the plateau. We arrive at Samar – a quiet village dotted with some ancient ruins and barren hilltops.

Day 10: Ride Samar to Marpha

We continue riding south to the Apple capital of Nepal – Marpha . It’s a white walled city which is so inviting to be explored. With some apple brandy to keep you warm, it would be a perfect end to a good riding day.

Day 11: Ride Marpha to Tatopani

The ride goes downhill towards Tatopani. Tato means hot in Nepalese and Pani means water. Today we will quickly lose all the altitude that we gained in so many days. We would descend from 3000m to 1200m when we reach Tatopani. En-route we halt to savor the ​ popular​ view​s​ of Rupche Fall, after Ghasa. ​ We​ ​admire beauty of the fall and resume rid​ing​ along the rugged highland road to Tatopani. As the name suggests, after reaching Tatopani, you deserve a hot water bath in the natural hot springs.

Day 12: Ride Tatopani to Pokhara 

When you return to Pokhara – you would have a battle hardened soldier look. ​Back to the civilisation​ this is a​ day to yourself. You rest, savour a few drinks, go for a massage or just flip through the photos and videos of the tour. Once you deposit your bikes, you surely would miss the forbidden lands you have been riding.

DAY 13: Pokhara to Kathmandu

​From Pokhara, ​we drive back ​to Kathmandu after breakfast. We reach Kathmandu by evening and check into our hotel. Shopping , buying some souvenirs and relaxing should be on the agenda this evening.

Day 14: Say Farewell to Nepal (for now)

After breakfast, you’ll be escorted to the airport for your flight back home. While the week may have flown past, but, your memories of this ride will last a lifetime.

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NEPAL, ANNAPURNA & MUSTANG MOTORBIKE TOUR

  • Pricing for a guided group of 11 days, run from September 2018 to October 2018.
    Item Pilot (shared room) Pillion (double room)
    PARTICIPATION € 2.900  € 1.700
    Supplements   Prices
    SINGLE ROOM € 700
    FLIGHT TICKET available
    Prices are in EURO, rider based on twin room and for a minimum of 8 and maximum of 12 bikes
    Fully customizable for private groups or self-guided tours.
    Prices may change without notice.

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  • Pricing for a guided group of 14 days, run on March, April, May, October and November.
    Item Pilot (shared room) Pillion (double room)
    PARTICIPATION € 3.200  € 1.900
    Supplements   Prices
    SINGLE ROOM € 1.000
    FLIGHT TICKET available
    Prices are in EURO, rider based on twin room and for a minimum of 8 and maximum of 12 bikes
    Fully customizable for private groups or self-guided tours.
    Prices may change without notice.

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  • Pricing for a guided group of 11 days, run from September 2018 to October 2018.

    • Royal Enfield Himalayan.
    • Oils & road side maintenance.
    • Twin sharing accommodation with breakfast for 8 nights in three star hotels.
    • Entry permits, monuments/museum permits.
    • Vehicle Permits for bike and Backup for all days.
    • Tourist permits permits for Indian citizens.
    • English speaking Nepal Guide.
    • experienced Ride Captain.
    • Back up vehicle with Mechanic throughout in Nepal.
    • Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Fee inclusive of government taxes.
    • TIMS Card (Trekkers Information Management System Card inclusive of government taxes.
    • Welcome dinner at typical Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu with transfer in a private deluxe a/c vehicle accompanied by representative.
    • Full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu city in a private deluxe a/c vehicle accompanied by city guide.
    • City guide fee and entrance fee for the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu city as per itinerary.
    • Comprehensive Medical Kit.
    • All toll taxes for the bikes and the backup vehicle and also government taxes in Nepal

    NON INCLUDED SERVICES

    • Flights tickets & SIM Cards.
    • Fuel for you own bike.
    • Vehicle Security deposit.
    • Personal Insurance against accident, evacuation & medical expenses. (Advisable – we can facilitate)
    • Any meals not specified (Lunches and Dinners, soft drinks, water, alcohol).
    • Adventure Activities in Pokhara.
    • Items of a personal nature such as bar bills telephone calls, laundry, extra mileage and any extra costs incurred due to natural calamities, flight delays etc.
    • Costs incurred due to natural calamities, strikes, and break downs of bikes, accidents, cancellation of flights, altitude sickness or unforeseen circumstances (riots, natural calamities etc) and situations beyond the control of Wild Adventure Nepal (P) Ltd.
    • Tips for the staff
    • Personal expenses/insurance, laundry, tips, video/still camera fee, other additional expenses incurred due to bad weather, flight cancellation, road closure, landslides, political disturbances, etc.
    • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.

    Notes

    1. ​Need 60 days to conduct a customised tour.
    2. ​​When you rent our bike, we require a photo copy of your passport and Nepal Visa.
    3. ​You are requested to check your bike while taking, as we would inspect the bike when you return, and any damages to the bike during your ride will have to be made good by you.
    4. You will be required to sign Consent cum Indemnity form, before taking up the ride.

     

    Pricing for a guided group of 14 days, run on March, April, May, October and November.

    • Airport Pick-up and ​drop;

    • Accommodation with breakfast in good mid-​range hotels in Kathmandu & Pokhara;

    • Transport from Kathmandu to Pokhara and back in a​n​ ​a​ir conditioned vehicle. (Toyota Hiace or Similar);

    • Lodges / Guest Houses with breakfast ​& dinners during the ride in upper Himalayas. (Day 3-Day 12);

    • One Royal Enfield Himalayan​ ​or 500 cc – per person for the riding days (Day 3 – Day 12);

    • Fuel and Spare parts for the ride;

    • A logistic support vehicle to carry luggage and spares or fuel;

    • All permits required for the ride;

    • (ACAP/TIMS) ​P​ermit​s​ costing USD 500 for Upper Mustang;

    • Group Medical Kit;

    • A Mechanic ​ with​ a ​h​elper;

    • An experienced english speaking group Leader on Bike;

    • Additional guide as we enter Upper Mustang ( mandated by government );

    • Sightseeing in Pokhara on Day 7 in an Air conditioned vehicle.

    • Full-HD edited video sent to your home after the tour;

    • Polo Exmo Tours e-gadget;

    • Special discount for your next tour/hire with us.

    NON INCLUDED SERVICES


    • GST 5%;

    • Travel insurance;

    • Visa for Nepal;

    • Alcohol and Snacks outside of meal times;

    • Personal Expenses;

    • Repair to damages on bike you ride​;

    Notes

    1. ​Need 60 days to conduct a customised tour.
    2. ​​When you rent our bike, we require a photo copy of your passport and Nepal Visa.
    3. ​You are requested to check your bike while taking, as we would inspect the bike when you return, and any damages to the bike during your ride will have to be made good by you.
    4. You will be required to sign Consent cum Indemnity form, before taking up the ride.
    Inclusions can be fully customized for private groups or self-guided tours.
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FECHAS CONFIRMADAS

    • desde el 18 de Agosto hasta el 1 de Septiembre – reservas abiertas;

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    • desde el 18 de Agosto hasta el 1 de Septiembre – reservas abiertas;

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    • desde el 18 de Agosto hasta el 1 de Septiembre – reservas abiertas;

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    • desde el 18 de Agosto hasta el 1 de Septiembre – reservas abiertas;

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MOTO TOUR INDIA, LADAKH & KASHMIR

ITINERARIO SUGERIDO

Día 01: Llegada a Amritsar
El primer día de esta increíble expedición comienza cuando llegue a Amritsar (con sus propios medios) y se detendrá en el hotel: lo recogeremos en el aeropuerto. En el hotel por la tarde, participará en la información detallada de la expedición y el conocimiento de su bicicleta.

Día 02: recorrido de Amritsar a Patnitop
Comenzaremos el viaje a través de las llanuras del Punjab, la cesta de pan de la India, los pueblos y los campos de arroz se encontrarán a ambos lados de la carretera. Esto cambiará lentamente cuando ingrese a la región de Jammu – el terreno aquí es fluvial – pasará a través de una gran cantidad de corrientes que salen de los Himalayas. El camino sigue siendo bueno hasta Udhampur, después de lo cual es un camino de carril único y hay que prestar atención al tráfico. Por la tarde estaremos en esta hermosa estación de montaña – Patnitop – nuestra primera parada en la parte baja del Himalaya.

Día 03: Patnitop en Srinagar
Después del desayuno, saldremos y procederemos a Srinagar. Hoy viajará por un camino único, pasando por los poblados pueblos y ciudades, y se verá más abarrotado por los convoyes del ejército que tienen derechos prioritarios. Habrá un puesto de control corto de túneles Jawahar para controles de identidad y pasaportes. El túnel Jawahar debe cruzarse con cuidado, y una vez que te cruzan oficialmente estás en el valle más bello de Cachemira. Después de algunas imágenes rápidas, descendemos más allá de las ciudades abarrotadas de Cachemira a Srinagar. El paseo Shikara en el lago es lo más popular que se puede hacer en la noche. Una vez que regreses, te servirán una cena en Cachemira en la casa flotante.

Día 04: recorrido desde Sonmarg a Kargil
Hoy te llevaremos a través de un hermoso y sinuoso camino a lo largo de un torrente que arroja agua – a Sonamarg. Este es un hermoso pueblo – prados verdes y la hora de una taza de té caliente. Cruzarás el famoso Pasaje Zozila: este pasaje es arrastrado por fuertes nevadas cada año. A veces hay convoyes de camiones largos en Zojila. Esto sin duda pondrá a prueba tus habilidades de conducción. Una vez cruzado, viaje a Dras, considerado el segundo lugar habitado más frío del mundo.

Día 05: viaje a Leh
Despertar nuevamente temprano y comenzar el viaje a Leh después del desayuno. En el camino visitará el Buda permanente en Mulbegh, el famoso monasterio de Lamayuru, en un paisaje único que se parece a la luna llamada Moonland. Hacemos un desvío desde la carretera principal – y un almuerzo en el antiguo monasterio de Alchi – un espléndido complejo de templos. Así que montemos en Magnetic Hill y Pathar Sahib Gurudwara. Luego cabalgaremos por las llanuras de Bazgo y llegaremos a Leh por la tarde. Estás en la capital de la región de Ladakh.

Día 06: día de descanso en Leh
Después de cuatro días de moto, este día está dedicado a la relajación y la aclimatación. En este día podrá explorar Leh a su propio ritmo y visitar Stok Palace, Leh Palace, el museo del Salón de la fama, Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, la estupa Shanti, el mercado tibetano y las tiendas de la ciudad de Leh. También puede disfrutar de comida local y comprar recuerdos en un mercado local. Leh es el centro de todas las actividades en la región. Pero relájate: este es un día de aclimatación. Las motocicletas estarán sujetas a una rutina de mantenimiento, para el disco duro del día siguiente a Khardungla.

Día 07: tour por el valle de Nubra
Hoy llegarás al paso más alto del mundo, el Khardung La (5.280 métr), este es el más alto que puedes alcanzar en una motocicleta en este planeta. Luego cruzamos el hermoso valle de Nubra, que cubre algunas de las altitudes más altas. Su estadía de una noche será en un campo agrícola orgánico. Habrá una cena junto a la chimenea y un cielo nocturno más despejado.

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Día 08: día relajado en el Nubra y exploración del valle de Nubra
El valle de Nubra merece más de un día. Puede explorar el Valle de Nubra en movimiento, sus monasterios, las famosas dunas de arena de Hunder, donde se sorprenderá con los dobles jorobados de los camellos bactrianos. Estos camellos son los restos del comercio de seda que floreció a través de este valle en el pasado. Posible visita al pueblo Balti de Turtuk o a las aguas termales de Panamik. Estas son actividades opcionales y requerirían permisos y preparativos especiales.

Día 09: Regreso a Leh
Alrededor de las 10 a.m., después del desayuno volvemos a Leh una vez más a través de Khardungla. Un día más cuando los servicios modernos están a su disposición. Por lo tanto, es posible que se haya perdido una pizza o una hamburguesa antes de viajar en la naturaleza.

Día 10: visita de Leh al lago Pangong Tso
Hoy te espera una de las vistas más hermosas de tu vida: el maravilloso lago Pangong-Tso. Pasamos por varios pasos y valles y carreteras de miedo. Si es posible, intente detectar a los mormones o al íbice en las laderas y los prados. El lago Pangong azul turquesa y los diversos tonos de azul que cambian mientras el sol y las nubes se tocan entre sí, es una maravilla de la naturaleza. Estaríamos en nuestros campos por la tarde. Pasea por el lago por la tarde y observa la inmensidad de este lago cristalino. Es una experiencia indescriptible.

Día 11: recorrido desde Pangong Tso hasta el lago Tso Moriri
Este es uno de los días más largos y difíciles de conducir. Los caminos a Tso Moriri no están pavimentados, pero todos los esfuerzos valen la pena. Tso Moriri es otro lago de gran altura, que es más hermoso y menos frecuentado por los turistas. También es un famoso caldo de cultivo para las grullas de cuello negro. Deberíamos estar allí a última hora de la tarde.

Día 12: recorrido de Tso Moriri a Sarchu Plains
Hoy viajará algunos de los kilómetros más duros del viaje: la superficie de la carretera no existe en la primera mitad del día. Pasaremos por el lago seco Tso-Kar, visitado a menudo por observadores de aves. Una vez que cruzamos Tsokar, nos encontramos en caminos muy hermosos: Moreh Plains. Al final de estas llanuras hay un campo lateral llamado Pang. Al caer la tarde, cruzamos la frontera en Himachal con Sarchu, un ventoso valle que parece una llanura angosta. Sarchu normalmente es bastante frío y tiene un efecto helado.

Día 13: recorrido desde Sarchu Plains a Manali
Haríamos bien en comenzar temprano en la mañana para tomar otros pases de montaña. Cruzaremos el famoso Rohtang La, que significa la masa de muertos. En unos años no tendrás que pasar por Rohtang, ya que hay un túnel en construcción debajo de esta colina.

Día 14: un día de descanso en Manali
Bueno, acabas de terminar una de las giras más difíciles de tu vida, dados los eventos inesperados que presenta. Después de aproximadamente 4 días de modo de manejo abrupto, hoy puede pasar un tiempo relajándose y recordando sus días de motos en el hermoso complejo turístico de Manali. Simplemente puede holgazanear, hacer rafting o parapente, comprar un colgante o simplemente ir a la ciudad y beber cerveza, café o pizza. Te gustaría este descanso tan necesario. Incluso las bicicletas necesitan descanso y mantenimiento.

Día 15: viaje a Delhi en autobús o en vuelo
Pasaste mucho tiempo en el Himalaya. Lo entenderás una vez que llegues a casa y verás imágenes del viaje experiencial que te atreviste a hacer.

Como todas las cosas bellas que terminan, este es el último día de esta gira. Devuelva las bicicletas y nos preparamos para nuestros vuelos a casa. Normalmente tenemos una sesión de revisión, y vemos todas las fotos que tomamos durante el viaje. Despídase de sus compañeros de viaje, gracias al personal que lo hizo posible, y siga su camino hasta que vuelva a encontrarse en otro viaje en motocicleta.

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MOTO TOUR INDIA, LADAKH & KASHMIR

  • Precios para un grupo guiado de 15 días, desde Mayo hasta Septiembre.
    Item Piloto (hab. twin) Pasajero (hab. double)
    PARTICIPATIÓN € 3.200  € 1.600
    Suplementos   Precios
    HABITACION SINGLE € 500
    TAJ MAJAL TOUR € 300
    DELHI AGRA JAIPUR TOUR € 1.000
    VUELO disponible
    Precios en EURO por un mínimo de 12 pilotos en habitación doble.
    Personalizaciones para grupos privados y self-guided tours
    Precios sujetos a variación sin previo aviso.

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  • Precios para un grupo guiado de 15 días, desde Mayo hasta Septiembre.

    • 14 noches en hotel hab. compartidas / campos de lujo con desayuno;

    • Cenas en los campos y algunos hoteles donde llegamos tarde en la noche (Patnitop, Srinagar, Kargil, Nubra, Pangong y la primera noche en Manali);

    • Alquiler de motos, 500 cc Royal Enfield, durante la carrera;

    • Líder del tour de motos;

    • Apoye el vehículo con el conductor;

    • Mecánico Royal Enfield con piezas de repuesto y pequeñas reparaciones en camino;

    • Gasolina para todo el recorrido;

    • Disposiciones de todos los permisos y permisos para áreas restringidas.

    • Video editado en FULL HD enviado a casa después del tour;

    • Polera Exmo Tours y gadget;

    • Descuento especial para tu próximo tour/ arriendo.

    SERVICIOS NO INCLUIDOS

    • Todo lo que no se menciona en inclusiones;

    • Almuerzos y cenas en lugares no mencionados en inclusiones;

    • Servicio de lavandería, propinas y recuerdos;

    • Gastos personales;

    • Guardias para conducir;

    • Los costos derivados de circunstancias imprevistas;

    • Daño a la bicicleta que debe ser pagado por el piloto;

    • 5% GST.
    Los servicios pueden ser personalizados para grupos privados y self-guided tours.

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INDIA, KASHMIR & LADAKH MOTORBIKE TOUR

SUGGESTED ITINERARY
Day 01: Arrive at Amritsar

Day one of this amazing expedition starts as you’ll reach Amritsar (by your own means) and check into a Hotel – we will receive you at the Airport or Railway station. Amritsar is a town with immense historical and religious importance. It used to be a centre stage for the Indian independence movement and a visit to Jallianwallah Bagh will bring tears to your eyes – the Massacre of unarmed Indian protestors by General Dyer’s firing squad – changed the course of Indian Independence movement. And then there is the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib – It is the seat of power for the Sikh Religion – there are umpteen legends and anecdotes as you walk around this exceptionally revered religious place. Spend sometime just sitting and observing the fishes in the pool of nectar – Amritsar, name comes from this. If you would have time and are in town in forenoon – you must witness the emotionally charged – beat the retreat ceremony at Wagah  – the border with Pakistan – this one will give you goose bumps – this ceremony is unique in the world.

At hotel in the evening you would have a detailed briefing of the expedition and your acquaintance with your motorcycle – your horse for the next 15 days. Its common to give it a name.

Day 02: Ride from Amritsar to Patnitop

The rides would normally start early in mornings – to take advantage of low traffic – and cool ride experience. You will begin the ride through plains of Punjab – the bread basket of India – hamlets and rice fields would be on both sides of the good road. This would slowly change when you enter the Jammu region – the terrain here is riverine – you would pass through a large number of streams coming out of Himalayas. The road remains good till Udhampur after which it is a single lane road – and one has to be careful about the traffic. In the afternoon we would be at this beautiful hill station – Patnitop – our first halt in the lower Himalayas. You would love your evening among the clouds. The dinner by a bonfire would be a memorable evening at the hotel. Sleep early for the ride next day.

Day 03: Patnitop to Srinagar

After an early breakfast, we check out and ride towards Srinagar. Today you would ride through a single road – passing through the crowded villages and towns – made busier by the Army convoys which have priority rights. There will be a checkpost short of Jawahar tunnel for your identity and passport checks. Jawahar tunnel needs to be crossed with care – and once across you are officially in the most beautiful Kashmir valley. After some quick pictures, we ride down past the Kashmiri crowded towns towards Srinagar. You can expect some traffic snarls as you come closer to Srinagar, the capital of Jammu & Kashmir.  We reach Srinagar by afternoon and take a Shikara ride to our houseboats – a unique stay on the famous Dal Lake. You could relax for a while and then in the evening you are free to explore the Lake and surroundings. Shikara ride on the lake is the most popular thing to do in the evening. Once back from your easy and pleasant evening, you will be served a Kashmiri dinner at the houseboat. You could spend some more time on the lakeside seating or retire early for the ride in the morning. This would be another very memorable evening.

Day 04: Ride from Sonmarg to Kargil

Start early in the morning after breakfast. The morning ride will take you through a nice and winding road along a gushing water stream – to Sonamarg. This is a beautiful hamlet – lush green meadows and time for a hot cup of tea. You will cross famous Zozila Pass – this pass gets washed away by heavy snowfall each year. There are at times long truck convoys on Zojila. This one will surely test your riding skills – there is no black top.  Once across, you ride on to Dras – rated to be the second coldest inhabited place in the World. You would also pay tribute to the real Heroes of the Kargil War. Overnight we will be at hotel in the small himalayan township of Kargil. This is where the greater Himalayas will begin to unfold.

Day 05: Ride to Leh

Wake up early again and start journey toward Leh after breakfast – the roads today too – will be a mixed bag. Enroute you’ll visit standing Buddha at Mulbegh, the famous Lamayuru Monastery among a unique landscape that resembles moon – called Moonland. We take detour off the main highway – and a lunch break at the ancient Alchi Monastery – what a wonderful temple complex. We then ride onto the strangely true Magnetic Hill and the Pathar Sahib Gurudwara. We then ride the Bazgo plains – and reach Leh by the evening. It was a good days ride – you are in a capital town of Ladakh region. Some modern amenities in this high Himalayas – beyond 10,000 ft. So take it easy today.

Day 06: Rest day at Leh

After four days of riding, this day is dedicated for relaxing and acclimatization. On this day you are free to explore Leh at your own pace, and visit to Stok Palace, Leh Palace, Hall of Fame museum, Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, Shanti stupa, Tibetan market and shops in Leh town. You can also enjoy some local food and buy souvenirs from a local market. Leh is the centre of all the activities in the region and you would love even walking around the town. But take it easy – this is an acclimatisation day. The motorcycles would be put through a servicing routine – for next day’s tough ride to Khardungla.

Day 07: Ride to Nubra Valley

This is a big landmark day of your riding life. You’ll ride on a motorcycle to the world’s highest motorable pass, the Khardung La (18384 ft) – this is the highest one can ever reach on a motorcycle on this planet – click a quick picture and be sure that you leave the pass earliest to ride down on the other side. We now cross over to the beautiful Nubra Valley – riding some of the highest altitudes. Your overnight stay will be at an Organic farm field camp – and you would love it. There would be a dinner by the fireplace and a clearest of the night skies.

Day 08: Relaxed day at Nubra and explore Nubra valley

Nubra valley deserves more than one day. There are quite a few things one could do. You can explore the Nubra valley on your bike – important places to see would be the Diskit Monatery – which has some great stories to hear from monks and the famous Hunder sand-dunes – where you would be amazed at the double hump bactrian camels. These camels are the remnants of the silk trade that flourished through this valley in the past. About a days ride from Nubra and back would be to the Balti village of Turtuk or may be the hot water springs of Panamik. These are optional activities – and would require special permits and preparations.

Day 09: Ride back to Leh

This would be an easy morning to wake up and may be take a walk around the village and see the life as it exists beyond 10,000 ft. Around 10 am, post breakfast we ride back to Leh once again via Khardungla. You have another chance to take a photo at highest motorable pass in the world – before you roll down back into Leh valley. Yet another day when modern amenities are available to you. So you may have the long missed pizza or a burger before we once again ride into the wilderness.

Day 10: Ride from Leh to Pangong Tso Lake

This is a wonderful ride to one of the most beautiful vistas of your life – the stupendous Pangong Tso lake. We do pass through various passes and valley and frightening roads. It would be cold in the passes and on the lake – the winds at times are pretty harsh. Try spotting the mormots or ibex on the slopes and meadows if you can. The turquoise blue Pangong lake and the various hues of blue it changes as the sun and clouds play with each other – is a natural wonder. We would be at our camps by the afternoon. Take a walk by the lake in the evening and see the vastness of this crystal clear lake. It is a humbling experience.

Day 11: Ride from Pangong Tso to Tso Moriri Lake

This is one of the long and tough day to ride – and it makes sense to again start early. The roads to Tso Moriri are not developed, but it is worth all the efforts.  Tso Moriri is yet another high altitude lake, that is more beautiful and less frequented by the tourists. It is also a famous breeding ground for the black necked cranes. We should be there by late afternoon – savor the views of this water body from the famous view point, walk around the village and retire early for the next day’s ride. It would be windy most of the time – good protection against cold is recommended.

Day 12: Ride from Tso Moriri to Sarchu Plains

With some more morning views of the beautiful Tso Moriri – we need to ride out early, and it is a long day ride to Sarchu. Some of the most rugged of your ride would happen today – the road surface is non existent in the first half of the day. You would pass by a drying Tso-Kar lake – often visited by the bird watching enthusiasts. Once across Tsokar, we are on some real nice roads and drives – The Moreh Plains. Here you could ride to your heart’s content after a long time. At the end of these plains is a road side camp called Pang. With a quick lunch, we get on to our ride, as we still have quite a bit to cover. By late afternoon we cross the border into Himachal at Sarchu – a windy valley that looks like narrow plains. We quickly check into our camps. Sarchu normally is pretty cold and has wind chill effect. It would be good to retire early, as you still have another tough day ahead, before you are in Manali.

Day 13: Ride to Manali

Well here we are – the last of the tough ride days, but with most rewarding views too. We would do well to start early morning to ride some more  mountain passes. The roads will be good, bad and ugly – and you would be happy to finally cross the famous Rohtang La – which means the Heap of Dead. A few years from now – you will not have to cross Rohtang, as there is a tunnel under construction below this hill. If we do sustained riding with only very essential halts – we would be Manali by the evening. This would be a tough day, and a few places your IDs would be checked.

Day 14: A rest day at Manali

Well you have just finished one the most tough ride of your life – given the uncertainties it reveals – it arguably is the toughest commercial ride on planet Earth. After some 4 days of rough ride mode – today you get to spend some time relaxing and reminiscing your ride days in the beautiful Manali resort. You could just laze around, do some rafting or para-gliding, buy some trinkets or just go to the town and have some beer or coffee or pizza. You would love this much needed break. The bikes need rest and maintenance too. One more day of high octane ride and then you are back to your usual mundane life.

Day 15: Travel to Delhi by bus or flight

You have been through a lot of Himalayas – and that means a lot. You will realize this once you are back home and see the images of the experiential journey you dared to take.

Like all good things that come to an end – this is the last day of this tour. We deposit bikes and prepare for our flights or trains back home. We normally have a review session – and we see all the pictures we took on the ride. You say good bye to your ride buddies, thank you to the staff that made it possible – and go your own way till you meet again on another ride in another unique riding trail.

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INDIA, KASHMIR & LADAKH MOTORBIKE TOUR

  • Pricing for a guided group of 15 days, run from May to September.
    Item Pilot (shared room) Pillion (double room)
    PARTICIPATION € 3.200  € 1.600
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    SINGLE ROOM € 500
    TAJ MAJAL TOUR € 300
    DELHI AGRA JAIPUR TOUR € 1.000
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  • Pricing for a guided group of 15 days, run from May to September.

    • 14 nights’ stay in deluxe hotels / camps with breakfast;

    • Dinners in camps and some hotels where we reach late evenings ( Patnitop, Srinagar, Kargil, Nubra, Pangong and first night at Manali);

    • Mid range accommodations are on twin sharing basis;

    • Motorcycle hire, 500 cc Royal Enfield, for duration of ride;

    • Tour leader on motorcycle;

    • Support vehicle with driver;

    • Royal Enfield mechanic with spare parts and minor repairs enroute;

    • Fuel for entire tour;

    • Arrangements of all permits and permissions for restricted areas;

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