Round Annapurna Bicycle Tour
Round Annapurna Bicycle Tour
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One of Nepal’s most well-known bicycling tours is the Round Annapurna Biking Tour. The Annapurna Conservation Area is located along the Marsyangdi and Kali Gandaki Rivers, close to Tibet, and within the Annapurna Conservation Area.
The most popular mountain biking in Nepal is Round Annapurna Biking, which brings you to one of the most beautiful sites on the earth, Mt. Annapurna. There are marsh towns, thick oak forests, deep chasms, lovely quiet villages, and the ever-present high mountains. The Annapurna Circuit cycling tour becomes even more unusual when you add a side excursion to Tilicho Lake — they say it’s the world’s most amazing new water lake, but we go for the beauty.
Kind people, great cultures, lavishly improved religious communities, wild blossoms, critters, and winged creatures. There are a lot of things you might have imagined when it comes to mountain biking in Nepal. Looking for a trek to Annapurna Base Camp.
Biking is growing at a breakneck pace in Nepal. The trails, on the other hand, are old, and there are a lot of them. The Annapurna Circuit is a well-known mountain riding course in Nepal. For the mountain biker who enjoys the climb as much as the down. Beyond Nepal, there lies a country that begs to be discovered.
This is not an easy journey since the trail rises to 5416m at the Thorong-La Pass, but it is thrilling and magnificent. For individuals with decent bike abilities, it’s also a fantastic fit for mountain biking. We first biked the route in 1992 and have since become relatively familiar with it. The downhill descent from the Thorong-La is challenging. We don’t recommend it for novices, but it’s well worth the effort with vistas of peaks above 8000 meters and a diverse range of landscapes, flora, and animals. We sleep in village lodges at night.
Day 01: Arrival in KathmanduTribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu is where you'll land. One of our agents will pick you up and take you to your accommodation. Before leaving you to relax for the day, he will give you a quick overview of the timetable bundle. You can take a tour of the hotel and the city if you're interested. This day will be spent preparing for sightseeing the next day. While learning more about the itinerary, you can unwind.
Day 02: Sightseeing day in KathmanduIn Kathmandu today, you will tour UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa (Monkey Sanctuary), and Boudhanath Stupa will be visited by our local experts. When your journey is over, you will be rewarded with a relaxing respite. In the evening, before supper, we will lead a one-hour yoga session in one of the heritage sites, most likely Swayambhunath. Pashupatinath, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is one of Asia's four most important Shiva pilgrimage places. The site is supposed to have existed since the beginning of the thousand years when a Shiva lingam was discovered here. It was inherited in the fifth century and later redesigned by Malla monarchs. Boudha is a stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is one of Nepal's and the world's largest circular stupas, with a massive mandala located about 11 kilometers from Kathmandu's central and northeastern fringes. More than 50 gompas have sprung up around Boudha due to the enormous influx of Tibetan evacuees. After visiting different places inside the valley, in the evening you will be served delicious food. You will meet your guide, and he will inform you about the trip.
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Besishar (760m) [5hrs. / 177km]We started our 5-hour drive to Besishar after breakfast. We take a break along the route to soak in the scenery and have some lunch. When we arrive in Besishar, we spend some time exploring the town before meeting our porters and finalizing our travel plans. Hotel stays for the night.
Day 04: Besishar (760m) to Tal (1700m) [ 37.4km]Today we will be leaving for Tal. In the early morning, after breakfast is made, we will head from Besishar to Tal. After crossing 37.4km, you will reach Tal. Overnight in the Tal.
Day 05: Tal to Chame (2670m) [22.6km]Today in the early morning, you will leave Tal and head towards Chame. After crossing 22.6km of the journey by bicycle, you will finally reach Chame. It will be one of the exciting journeys for you. Overnight at Chame.
Day 06: Chame ( 2670m) to Manang ( 3540m) [29.7km]Today the next destination will be Manag. After cycling for hours and crossing the 29.7km, finally, you will reach Manang. For relaxation, you will be staying at Manang. Overnight in the Hotel.
Day 07: Rest Day at ManangRest day is essential for any trip. You will be able to re-energize your body for the other trip. Hence spend a day as a rest day at Manang. You can visit some of the nearby places in Manang. Get a chance to explore Manang and enjoy the day. Overnight at Manang.
Day 08: Manang to Thorong Phedi (4450m) [19km]Today the destination will be towards Throng Phedi. You will be cycling 19km to reach Thorang Phedi from Manang. This will also be one of the adventurous days for you. After getting Throng Phedi, you can take a rest and enjoy the evening observing the locals. Overnight at Throng Phedi.
Day 09: Throng Phedi( 4450m) to Muktinath (3760m) via Throng La Pass (5416m) [32 km]Today early in the morning, you will be leaving Throng Phedi and heading to Muktinath. You will be following the Throng La Pass. After cycling 32km, you will finally reach Muktinath. Muktinath is one of the religious places in Nepal. It has its own religious and cultural significance. Overnight at Muktinath.
Day 10: Muktinath (3760m) to Tukuche (2590m) via Lupra Valley [32 km]Today you will be cycling to Tukuche from Muktinath. You will be cycling via Lupra Valley. You will be crossing 32 km to reach Tukuche. Enjoy the surroundings while cycling. Enjoy the evening in Tukuche, observing the local and surrounding environment. Overnight at Tukuche.
Day 11: Tukuche (2590m) to Tatopani (1190m) [42km]Today you will be moving towards Tatopani. You will be cycling down around 42 km from Tukuche to reach Tatopani. It will be one of the peaceful cycling periods for you. Overnight at Tatopani.
Day 12: Tatopani to Beni and back to Pokhara [ 25km]Today you will be moving to Beni from Pokhara. Moreover, today, you will also head to Pokhara from Beni. You will reach Pokhara in the evening. You can rest in the hotel and if you don't feel tired, go around near the lakeside to add golden moments in the evening in Pokhara.
Day 13: Free day in PokharaPokhara is one of Nepal's most popular tourist destinations. Our exciting excursion to Pokhara begins after breakfast. We'll go along the edge of Phewa Lake and explore Pokhara's waterfront. Playing in the calm water, boating, and taking in the beauty of the Machhapuchhre peak and green hill are just a few of the activities available at Pokhara Lakeside. Hence your free day in Pokhara. We'll then drive to the World's Peace Pagoda, established by the Japanese Buddhist Organization in 1973. Mani wheels and flying prayer flags adorn this stupa. You can get a panoramic view of Phewa Lake and the magnificent Annapurna Himalaya from this vantage point.
Day 14: Back to KathmanduOn this day, we'll finish our trip to Pokhara and have a delicious breakfast. Then, for around 7 hours, we'll take a transport ride down a comparable Prithivi Highway and arrive in Kathmandu. We'll get together this evening and prepare a farewell dinner for you. You will have the ability to share your experiences and provide us feedback on your entire trip.
Day 15: DepartureAs you are aware, Nepal has much more to offer than trekking, so if you have the time and interest, you may like to try some other activities. Nepal Trekking in the Himalayas organizes several optional activities to help you extend your trip.
- Trek Duration:
- Trek Grade: Moderate
- Highest Altitude:
- Transportation: Roadway
- Group size: 2-6
- Best season: Spring and Autumn
- Cost: **
- Experience Nepal’s most well-known bicycling tours
- Round Annapurna Biking, which brings you to one of the most beautiful sites on the earth, Mt. Annapurna.
- There are marsh towns, thick oak forests, deep chasms, lovely quiet villages, and the ever-present high mountains.
- The trails, on the other hand, are old, and there are a lot of them.
- The Annapurna Circuit is a well-known mountain riding course in Nepal.
- The downhill descent from the Thorong-La is challenging.
- In Kathmandu today, you will tour UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Visit Bouddhanath Stupa, Nepal’s and the world’s largest circular stupas, with a massive mandala located about 11 kilometers from Kathmandu’s central and northeastern fringes.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
WHAT IS EXCLUDED
Here are some necessary trekking apparatus that can be required for accomplishing your trek effortlessly. They are shortlisted below.