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Covid-19 UK & Worldwide.

As I’m sure you’re well aware, the spread of the new Corona Virus has decimated travel across the world.  My April Trip to Nepal & Tibet was the first one to be cancelled, then it soon became clear that we could not run the French Alps Trip either. Even the closer-to-home “Best of Three” trips have to be postponed for now because restaurants, hotels & pubs are closed and all non-essential travel is forbidden.  I think it’s fair to say that nothing can be planned for the Summer months of May to August now.  It’s very much speculation at this stage, but if we’re able to run a short trip to the Yorkshire Dales in September, we shall do so. No promises can be given however.  Again, it’s a little early to say, but hopefully we’ll be able to look forward to a trip back to Nepal in November 2020, and plan for the big Adventure in Tibet, late April 2021. 

In the meantime, please keep in touch via our Facebook Group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/97385955276/  Let’s look back on the great trips we’ve enjoyed together and start to dream again of the adventures we can have when things return to normal.

16 day

guided trip

2250

miles

Yes

pillions

Max 12

riders

Difficulty

4/5

What are the highlights – Stay in the mystical capital cities of Kathmandu and Lhasa. Immerse yorself in both Nepalese and Tibetan cultures in one trip. Ride “on top of the world” using Royal Enfield Bullets or Himalayans. Enjoy peerless mountain vistas of The Himalayas – the greatest mountain range in the world.

What the suitability – For slightly rugged, unflappable individuals who can keep going when the going gets tough. The roads can be difficult and challenging in Nepal, but improve in Tibet. A total eye-opener for the virgin traveller, but still captivating for the weary & well-seasoned Nomad.

What about accommodation – Comfortable hotels in the cities, more basic lodges in the high mountains. Higher standard than my usual Nepal trip. Based in twin bedded rooms.

Where is it? – Start in Kathmandu, Nepal, ride to Nuwakot and the Tibetan border. Cross 5000+ metre passes and ride to Lhasa. Return to Kathmandu via Everest Base Camp, on the Tibetan side.

How difficulty is it – 4 / 5. Heavy city traffic leaving Kathmandu. Dodgy unsurfaced roads in Nepal. Changign to well surfaced but HIGH ALTITUDE roads in Tibet

When is it? – April 26th to May 11th 2020

How much does it cost – £3450 GBP per rider. £1750 GBP per pillion passenger or jeep passenger. Single Supplementary Charge: (£685 GBP)

How many days is it – 17 day guided trip, 16 nights’ accommodation

Start in Kathmandu, Nepal, ride to Nuwakot and the Tibetan border. Cross 5000+ metre passes and ride to Lhasa. Return to Kathmandu via Everest Base Camp, on the Tibetan side.

Fully guided trip in Nepal & Tibet. All accommodation and breakfasts included plus additional obligatory Tibet support crew in Tibet. All the necessary permits for people and vehicles to enter Tibet. Monastery fee in Lhasa.

Main meals are extra, and optional entrance fees to enter monasteries if desired.

Full itinerary and further details on request.

proposed 2021 dates COMING SOON

Price TBC

More about the tour

The amazing new adventure! Enabling you to ride, or travel as pillion in two Himalayan countries. Ride on almost empty roads in the barren treeless landscape of the Tibetan Plateau. See small settlements of people still immersed the ancient Tibetan culture and lifestyles. Nomadic herdsman grazing their animals, and in the background, the highest mountains of the planet. Visit ancient monasteries, several palaces including Potala palace, other various religious and culturally important sites, ride through the turquoise lakes, small villages and even take a glimpse of Everest, from Tibetan-side basecamp – the world’s highest mountain at 8848 metres above sea level. Great bunch of people to ride with and a fantastic local support team to assist when it gets tough.

TBC

If you're interested, please send an enquiry and we can go from there

I’m sorry to say we cannot run any of these tours right now due to the spread of Covid-19. Please keep in touch via Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/97385955276/ and we’ll try to resume the tours as soon as possible.

Our 2020 tours

Alps Tour

2021

TBC

Dates will be avalible later in the year

Nepal & Tibet

2021

TBC

Dates will be avalible later in the year

“Best of Three” Tour

September 2020

Price TBC

if at all possible

Our Napal's tour photos