Due to the devastating earthquakes in Nepal we have with great regret postponed our tours there for this year. Although there is an obvious benefit to the economy of Nepal in bringing tourist earnings there, we feel that the added pressure on resources and infrastructure far outweighs this benefit. We are in constant contact with our friends and partners in the mountain kingdom and are undertaking a further recce in March2017 to see how things are on the ground. We will resume our operations there as soon as practical, all things going well inSeptember/ October of 2017.
Nepal is country of enormous contrasts nestled between the plains of India and the mountains of China. Eight of the worlds ten highest mountains are situated here. Its ancient and vibrant Hindu and Budhist culture never fail to amaze visitors.
Our tour has some of the most spectacular rides we have ever taken, winding roads with countless hairpins overlooking steep terraced valleys and often showing panoramas of the mighty Himalaya range. We visit the main tourist destinations as well as many rarely visited and out of the way places where few if any conventional tours venture.
As always we travel on our fleet of classic Royal Enfield bikes followed by a back up vehicle with mechanic and luggage. The tour is to be conducted by Kamal with a mechanic and support driver.