Gov Regd. No: 81255/067/068 Tourism Regd. No.: 1278/067

Annapurna Area Biking Tour

For as long as Nepal has been open to tourism, The Annapurna circuit has been one of the most popularpokhara biking trekking trails. The gentle inclines and well maintained trails make this one of the best ways to get into the heart of the Himalayas on a Mountain Bike. This journey is a combination of biking and trekking, but as progression develops the trail to bring amenities to the remote villages, the way is becoming more and more bike friendly and will certainly offer you the experience of a life time. The route takes you around the massive Annapurna range and back into the Pokhara Valley, passing between the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna massifs. The ride is technical and highly challenging and is a journey that you will never forget.The below itinerary is for the full Annapurna Circuit, the half Circuit begins  in Jomsom and rides first up to Muktinath and then down to Tataopani and on to Pokhara, for the Half Circuit Itinerary, please send us an email.
 

     Itinerary:     

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu
Day 02: Kathmandu to Besi Sahar (823m)
Day 03: Besisahar to Sanje 65% ride able 35% push and carry (1100 meters)
Day 04: Sanje to Bagarchap 10% ride able 90% carry and push. (2160 meters)
Day 05: Bargarchap to Bhartang 20% ride able 80% carry and push. (2856 meters)
Day 06: Bhartang to Manang 70% ride able 30% push and carry.    (3540 meters)
Day 07: Rest and acclimatization day in Manang. In the three days that follow, the trail is 100% nridable, we will hire                        porters to carry the bikes for the difficult trek up and over Throng La
Day 08: Manang to Letdar (3900m)  Trekking.
Day 09:  Letdar to Phedi (4090m)   Trekking.
Day 10: Phedi over Thorong (5416m) pass to Muktinath (3800m)   Trekking.
Day 11: Thorung Phedi to Muktinath (3800m) via Throng La (5600m)
Day 12: Muktinath to Lete 95% ride able. (2010 meters)
Day 13: Lete to Tatopani 90% ride able. (1190 meters)
Day 14: Tatopani to Ghorepani (2750m)  Trekking
Day 15: Ghorepani to Pokhara via Birethanti (bus)
Day 16: Pokhara to Kathmandu by Bus
Day 17: Tour Ends
 

     What’s included?     

•     A qualified guide with Mechanic skills
•     All your meals, Breakfast, lunch and dinner while on the biking tour
•     Entrance fees to National Parks
•     All transport as mentioned on the itinerary
•     A bike, of the mountain variety of course
•     A helmet, tool kit, inner tubes and anything you might need to
      get yourself out of a fix
•     All your accommodation, standard varies from tent to tea house
      to three star hotels depending on location
•     Insurance and wages for your guide
 

     Wht’s not included?     

•     Entrance fees to local sites
•     Personal travel insurance
•     Drinking water
•     Snacks and personal expenses like Beer
•     Your tourist visa for Nepal
•     International Airfares to and from Nepal