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* A scenic biking tour at the roof of the world
* Dramatic landscapes, rich Buddhist culture, isolated rolling valleys, traditional villages
* Crossing of thrilling high passes, enriched with flora and fauna amidst the towering peaks and breathe-taking views

Introduction:
The classic Trans-Himalayan trade route is a long and demanding ride on a road which is certainly amongst the contenders for the title of "the world's wildest highway". Flying to Lhasa gives you time to get acclimatized at the world’s highest capital at 3,600 meter altitude. There is much to see in and around Lhasa, including the stunning Potala Palace, the Jorkhang Temple, and the largest of the Tibetan markets at Barkor. A couple of short easy bike rides around Lhasa will help the group's acclimatization, and will allow to visit some of the many interesting temples and religious sites.

Throughout this trip, the group will have support vehicle in order to keep up with the ambitious schedule as per the itinerary. There are six major passes to be negotiated on the main Lhasa to Kathmandu route as it runs southwards, parallel to the Great Himalayan chain which forms the border with the territories of Bhutan, Sikkim and Nepal. On the entire trip, the road traverses a high and dry plateau - punctuated by the unforgettable monastery towns of Gyantse, Shigatse and Shegar, and also by several smaller settlements and nomadic Drogpa encampments. An adventurous biking tour which covers most of the best parts of Tibet, a fabulous journey which offers awesomely beautiful rock formation, cascades and canyons slightly hidden under the thin mists. With numerous high passes with stunning views of the picturesque landscape, tranquil lakes, rural villages, large meadows with nomad camps scattered all around the overland trip is one of the best in short duration. Enriched by the ancient most lavishly decorated monasteries and temples with chanting saffron coloured monks, ever smiling faces of people and their typical lifestyle all contributes to this trip a memory of your lifetime. A land so rich in culture, tradition and steeped in religion with its unique landscape cast an enchanted spell that holds you in thrill and excitement. A sweeping panoramic flight over the mighty Himalayas includes the breathtaking views of Everest and Makalu.

Outline Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel. O/N Hotel.
Day 02: In Kathmandu. O/N Hotel.
Day 03: Kathmandu 1,300m to Lhasa 3,660m 1hr scenic flight. O/N Hotel.
Day 04-05: Sightseeing in Lhasa. O/N Hotel.
Day 06: Bike to the bottom of Khamba-la. O/N Camp.
Day 07: Bike to Ngartse. O/N Camp.
Day 08: Bike towards below Simi-la. O/N Camp.
Day 09: Bike to Gyantse 3,950m 4 hrs journey. O/N Hotel.
Day 10 : Bike to Shigatse 3,900m. 7 hrs ride. O/N Hotel.
Day 11 : Rest Day at Shigatse for local sightseeing. O/N Hotel.
Day 12 : Bike to Tsho-La. O/N Camp.
Day 13 : Bike to Gyamtsho-la. O/N Camp.
Day 14 : Bike beneath Pang-La. O/N Camp.
Day 15 : Bike to Tshusum near Phandchuri. O/N Camp.
Day 16 : Bike to Rongbuk. O/N Camp.
Day 17 : Drive / Bike to Old Tingri. O/N Camp.
Day 18 : Bike to Lalung-La. O/N Camp.
Day 19 : Bike to Nyalam. O/N Camp.
Day 20 : Bike to Tatopani. O/N Lodge.
Day 21 : Bike to Kathmandu via Dhulikhel. O/N Hotel.
Day 22 : Free day in Kathmandu. O/N Hotel.
Day 23 : Transfer to Airport for the International departure.
 Departure Dates  Availability
 20 Apr-12 May  Available
 21 Sep-13 Oct  Available
Day 01:

Arrive at Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.

  On arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuwan International Airport you will be received by our staff and transfer you to respective Hotels, where our guide will give you a brief orientation of the Hotel, Kathmandu, and Biking / Camping, do's and don't and other related information that you might require while in Nepal & in Tibet.
   
Day 02:

In Kathmandu.

  After your first night in Kathmandu, you will be well informed on arrival about the time for your half day guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu at places of interest.
   
Day 03:

Kathmandu 1,300m to Lhasa 3,660m 1hr scenic flight.

  Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa and if the weather is clear enough you can have the spectacular view of the world's highest peaks including Mount Everest. On arrival at Gongar airport in Tibet you will be received by Tibetan guide from our Tibet / Chinese Agents and will transfer you with a two hours drive to Lhasa on arrival check into the Hotel.
   
Day 04-05:

Sightseeing in Lhasa.

  During these three days we will tour the fabled City of Lhasa. A completely forbidden City until very recent times, Lhasa was Holy Grail for many central Asian explorers of past generations. The City has of course been altered by the Chinese occupation and the impact of foreign visitors. However much of the original character remains and whilst jostling through the Potala with crowds of ethnic Tibetans, it is hard not to be captivated by this magnificent civilisation. Visit to the great monasteries of Sera and Drepung, both of which were extensively destroyed in the Cultural Revolution but are now being rebuilt. We will also visit the Jokhang and of course the Potala. Lhasa is at 3,600m /12,000ft and provides an ideal acclimation for the first few days. The relatively comfortable hotel will give members some time to get to know each other without the stress of moving.
   
Day 06:

Bike to the bottom of Khamba-la.

  After good acclimatsation at Lhasa, adventure begins with a relatively level and gradual stage, towards the bottom of the Khamba-la. Just before this great ride pack the excess gear onto our support vehicle. Taking only the things that are necessary for the day biking that's water bottles, camera, wind jacket. Near to Lhasa the road is fairly good, but one should be careful, as this area is covered in a particular thorn bush that might get into the tiers. The ride continues through the good road passing through the rural farm villages and fields and the traffic on the road coming to and from Lhasa, Gongar airport, Tsedang or from Shigatse. This beautiful day ride carry's on to have lunch after a good 40 kms run finding a suitable spot away from the crowd of villagers and from the wind. After lunch ride takes to another 45 kms distance to camp further up the town of Quxu beneath the Khamba-la, overnight camp on the grassy field where possible. After the great first day cycling retire in the camp for refreshment, where our Nepali camping crew have already set, riding before us on supporting truck with all the camping gear. Dinner will be followed after the late afternoon tea, with time for chat in the evening of the day's event.
   
Day 07:

Bike to Ngartse.

 

Today's great biking journey starts with a 909 m climb to the top of Khamba-la pass at 4,794m. Begin the ride with a slow start, not tiring oneself the ride continues crossing bend after bend with few traffic on route till the top of the Khamba-la is reached after few hours of strenuous climb. At the top of the pass which offers stunning scenery of the surrounding landscapes and the snow capped peaks in the distance and as well of the deep turquoise waters of Yamdrok Tsho Lake down below, where our route follows.

After a great moment here, an easy descent leads near to the shore of the lake, passing through farm fields and villagers on horse cart, the ride after reaching the lake shore is quite gradual most of the way towards the lovely campsite just before the town of Ngartse near the Yamdrok tsho, after 6-7 hours of good scenic ride. Total distance approx 70 kms.

   
Day 08:

Bike towards below Simi-La.

  Morning view from the camp one can see the snow capped mountains to the south of the lake, these are in the border of Bhutan. On leaving this nice campsite, the route turns west and eventually climbs towards the scenic pass of Karo-la at 5,050 m. On reaching the top of the pass it can be cold being in the gorge between the massif snow capped peaks, amazing views of the glacier and ice fall of Mt.Nzongkhangsa.7,206m. Time for short break or for possible lunch break at this lovely sight, at this place Drok-pa or the nomads dwells, but at present they have made a permanent house and tents on the nice grassy meadow herding yaks and sheep's and selling some semi precious crude stones and quartz to the tourist. From here it is almost downhill ride passing the village of Ralung. Then it continues for another 2-3 hours almost 19 k.m. down a wonderful valley, riding through a series of colourful Tibetan villages, to our camp beneath a pass of Simi-la. 4,375metres. After a great 6-7 hours of good biking. Total distance approx. 58-60 k.m.
   
Day 09:

Bike to Gyantse 3,950m 4 hrs journey.

  Continuing the biking journey towards the City of Gyantse, travel for about four hours, starting with a 15 kms, easy-angled climb to the top of Simi-la and then gradual and mostly downhill stage of another 35 kms, taking almost four hours to Gyantse. Gyantse, which is an important town almost a city, which was until recently the third largest settlement in Tibet. In Gyantse visit the Kumbum stupa. This was built in the early 15th century and contains thousands of frescoes. At Gyantse we will take the comfort of the Hotels, the hotel in Gyantse is a step down from the hotel in Lhasa but still not too bad by Tibetan standards, at Gyantse with time to visit the Kumbum monastery and its market.
   
Day 10:

Bike to Shigatse 3,900m. 7 hrs ride.

  Biking continues towards Shigatse the second largest city in Tibet after Lhasa. Today's ride covers 95 kms. The road has recently been improved from the bumpy and rutted portion. After leaving the Gyantse biking begins on the 15 kms of long straight sections, with no hills to climb, just vanishing points. The road follows the Nyang Chu River passing through many scattered farm villages and fields and finally approaching towards Shigatse, riding on the good wide road. On arrival after a good 6-7 hrs of ride, here again we take the overnight accommodation in the Hotel.
   
Day 11:

Rest Day at Shigatse for local sightseeing.

  In Shigatse visit the very large complex of Tashilumpo monastery. This is the traditional residence of the Panchen Lama and contains a 27m high gold plated Buddha known as Matria (the future Buddha), and at afternoon visit the local market.
   
Day 12:

Bike to Tsho-La.

  After a wonderful break at Shigatse, journey continues on the dirt road once leaving the city suburb of Shigatse, the trail climbs gradually as it makes its way to the distant Tsho-La covering 106 kms. We will be having late lunch today to gain more miles before afternoon, lunch at a pleasant side besides the Ra Chu River beyond the village of Chemo, after 60-61 kms. Much of the section of the road has recently been tarmac; however there is more dirt section still under process of metalling. After a long vigorous 8 hours ride finally reaching to the campsite below the Tsho-La pass at 4,290m.
   
Day 13:

Bike to Gyamtsho-La.

  An easy gradual climb of 2 hours over 8 kms the Tsho-La at 4,500m, at the top, which offers a distant view of the main Himalaya range. From the top of this pass a quick sharp descent and then coming to a 1-2 hour ride across the plains to the town of Larze. Larze a growing town which lies at the junction of Lhasa-Kathmandu highway and to the west leading to western Tibet and to Mt. Kailash region. From here journey continues on the main Lhasa-Kathmandu highway, biking continues for another three hours on the dirt road with interesting views of the rural life along the way, and then finally arriving at our overnight camp halfway up to the top of Gyamtsho-la. Overnight camp is placed at about 4,760m.
   
Day 14:

Bike beneath Pang-La.

  Today's ride takes to the highest point of this trip at the top of Gyamthso-la at 5,220 metres. Starting the morning biking on the gradual portion, with some steep and rough section, the trail winds up for tough 2-3 hours about ten kms from the camp to the top ridge. After reaching the top, the descent is at first a gradual, gradient but finally steepens into a free wheel downhill, with superb views of Mt. Everest,Lhotse and Cho Oyu. Passing through more wild Tibetan settlements, isolated monasteries and coming across nomadic herders and then finally reaching to the town of Shegar for a nice short break, from here we continue our ride on the main highway for an hour and then our route diverts north east from the main road towards Rongbuk and Everest Base Camp via Pang-la. After few hours of gradual ascend coming to a small farm settlement and to the entrance of the Qomolangma (Everest) region. Depending upon the time, we might ride a little further to camp beneath the pass or just on the south skirt of this village.
   
Day 15:

Bike to Tshusum near Phandchuri.

  Morning ride climbs on the winding dirt road for more than an hour to the top of the Pang-La Pass at 5,150m, and this is section will be done at about ten kms. After having turned off the main Lhasa / Kathmandu highway, then reaching the top with a stunning views of unparalleled chain of great Himalayan peaks including Mt. Makalu, Everest, Cho Oyu and Shishapangma. After a great moment here, the route descends to a steep slope of 1,010m downhill, with lots of switchbacks and wild cut offs, over 19 kms to the village of Phadu. From this village another 12 km ride distance reaches us at Tshusum village area for our overnight camp.
   
Day 16:

Bike to Rongbuk.

  Today's biking leads to the world's highest monastery at Rongbuk, from the camp the ride is gradual most of the way with slow undulating climbs following the Rongbuk river upstream. Since last year the road to Everest Base Camp and to Old Tingri has been completed, the ride on this gravel road is smooth and takes few hours to reach towards our destination. After 3-4 hours of constant ride with few breaks in between brings to Rongbuk Monastery with great views of Mt. Everest. Excursion to Everest Base Camp.
   
Day 17:

Drive / Bike to Old Tingri.

  Depending upon one's fitness an option for a ride on the vehicle or a long bike ride towards Old Tingri, the road leads on the same route for an hour and then coming to a newly built bridge, from the bridge the road climbs all the way to the top of Lamna-la at 5,150metres passing through isolated herders settlement, with good clear view of Mt. Cho Oyu on route to Old Tingri. After a hard climb to the top of Lamna-la, an easy descend leads to the well define path to the village of Lungja, from this village a gradual ride on the plain field brings us to the overnight camp at Old Tingri. From Tingri, you can have great views of Mt. Everest (8,848m) & Cho-Oyu (8,201m). Tingri, a wind blown village with more than hundred of houses grouped along the base of an isolated hill. Its original name used to be Ganggar. Most of the good lodge and restaurant available are on the roadside, where it's a must stop for all the Trucks and other vehicle drivers and passengers for lunch and overnight halt. Overnight camp on the grassy field near the barley and buckwheat field where there is a clean flowing stream.
   
Day 18:

Bike to Lalung-La.

  After being on the highest spot on earth, journey leads towards the Tibet / Nepal border. Morning ride begins with the stunning view of Everest and Cho Oyu on the main Lhasa to Kathmandu road, after leaving Tingri, back on the dirt road passing through several villages and finally reaching to the camp below the Laylung-la pass, after a good 4-5 hours ride covering about 55 kms distance with lunch break on route.
   
Day 19:

Bike to Nyalam.

  Morning ride heads uphill towards the double pass of Laylung-la and Thang-la, although being well accliamatised, it is still hard work climbing. From the camp it is about 14 kms to the first top, the Laylung at 5,124m, then dropping down 200m, over 6 Kms and then climbing back again to further 7 kms to the summit of the main pass, the Thang-la, 5,050m.From these top stunning views of the snow capped peaks of the central Himalayan range can be seen from Number, Gauri Shankar, Shisapangma to Langtang. After a great moment here, an hour steep descend reaches to the bottom of the pass, journey continues on the good level road passing through numerous farm villages and cultivated fields till Nyalam town is reached. From Nylam a short bike downhill brings us to our overnight camp just by the roadside.
   
Day 20:

Bike to Tatopani.

  Our last day in Tibet, cycling continues after breakfast on the downhill slope to meet the Bhote Koshi river just by the bridge, we finally leave the cold, arid Tibetan Plateau and enter the warm jungles of Nepal. The road is at first quite steep and rocky with lots of hairpin bends. A brake takes a bit of a hammering on this section. The road enters a steep narrow gorge with many waterfalls, after 40 minutes of downhill rush, the path is gradual on this winding road, following the river downstream through the lush green forest of pines, hemlocks, oaks and rhododendrons, with beautiful waterfalls cascading just by the roadside. The journey continues going down hills and eventually coming to the border busy town of Zhangmu with a mixture of Chinese, Tibetan and Nepali people. After going through the passport formalities, biking continues towards the Friendship Bridge where the red line divides China and Nepal. Here again on the Nepal side of the border going through the visa formalities, continue for another 15-16 kms to the Last Resort beside the Bhote Koshi River. Great place to relax after the great biking  adventure. Today's total biking hour approx. 4-5 hrs on the 60 km road stretch.
   
Day 21:

Bike to Kathmandu via Dhulikhel.

  Journey continues on the long winding road following the Bhote Koshi with number of hairpin bends around, but compared to Tibet the day will be warm cycling through the villages and paddy fields and eventually coming down towards the town of Dolalghat, where Bhote Koshi River joins with the great Sun Koshi River. After this place, the road climbs slowly and then coming to 17 k.m. drag up to Dhulikhel perched on the rim of the Kathmandu Valley. On reaching the ridge top, we rest for a while before starting  descends towards Kathmandu. Check in to Hotel completing a memorable bike ride.
   
Day 22:

Free day in Kathmandu.

  A free day in Kathmandu, please inform our staff if you would like to go on another short tour in and around Kathmandu Valley.
   
Day 23:

Transfer to Airport for the International departure.

  Today as per your international flight time, keep your confirmed air ticket, and your passport handy. Our Office staff will transfer you to the airport for your final departure from this amazing country, Nepal.
Note: The above itinerary should be taken only as a guide line; it could change due to weather, availability of clean water and campsite, trail or any other unforeseen conditions.
The price includes following services:
 1.  Accommodation sharing twin room at Hotel in Kathmandu for 4 nights on Bed & Breakfast basis.
 2.  Airport transfers in Kathmandu and Lhasa.
 3.  Guided sightseeing tour as per itinerary with applicable entrance fees.
 4.  Hotel / Guest House accommodation in Tibet as per itinerary on full board basis.
 5.  Support Vehicle throughout the trip in Tibet.
 6.  English speaking Tibetan Guide throughout the trip in Tibet.
 7.  Camping arrangement backed by Nepali Crew on full board basis.
 8.  All applicable Travel Permit and Entry Fees.
 9.  One night camping arrangement at Borderland Resort or similar on full board basis.
 10. Flight Kathmandu / Lhasa.
 11. Service of Nepali Mountain Biking Guide meeting in Lhasa with his wages, food and accommodation.
 12. Applicable Travel Permit and Tibet Visa Fee.
 
However our price does not include followings:
 1.  International flights to / from Kathmandu.
 2.  Nepal entry visa fees.
 3.  Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu Hotel.
 4.  Travel, Medical and Personal insurance.
 5.  Expenses of personal nature, i.e. tipping, laundry, bottled drinks, bar bills etc.
 6.  Any expense for early returning member due sickness, injury or any other reason. No refund will be entertained for any unused service.
 7.  Extra expense occurred due to unexpected circumstances like cancellation of internal flights, floods, strike etc.
 8.  Personal clothing and biking gear.
 9.  Hiring charge of Mountain Bike (if hire from us cost US$ 25 per day – Kathmandu to Kathmandu)
Extensions

If you are not tied up with time limitations, or have more time before or after your main trip with us, you can join / take following extension trips to make your holiday even interesting. According to extra time you have, you can choose a visit to National Parks for jungle safari viewing rare animals, migrant birds and exotic reptiles or enjoy the whitewater rafting or take a cultural tour of Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nagarkot or even make a quick visit to neighboring countries of Tibet – Roof of the world, India – The country of wonders, Bhutan – The Dragon Kingdom. We can add these extensions before or after your holiday according to the flights that you have booked / can book. Beside these, if you even want just stay in Kathmandu for relax or any independent activities, we can book extra nights at the Hotel. You can book these extensions together with your main trip booking.


Chitwan National Park:

It is one of the oldest and popular National Parks in Nepal recognized by UNESCO as a World Natural Site. More than 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and some 100 nocturnal Royal Bengal Tigers have made their home in this dense forest. There are an estimated 50 species of mammals, over 526 species of birds, 49 amphibians and reptiles and 150 species of butterflies. ...(More)

 

Bardia National Park:

The far west Nepal is one of the least explored regions of the Himalayas. Within this region is a seldom visited National Park, which still offers challenging adventure. Bardia National Park is the largest park in the lowland Terai covering an area of 968 sq kms and remains a very much untouched wilderness which appeals to the nature lovers. The park situated in Nepal’s Western Terai was established to protect representative ecosystems ...(More)

 

Kathmandu:

It is a treasure trove of ancient art and architecture that lie hidden in the labyrinth of manmade structures. The ancient pagoda temples and Buddhist stupas stand majestically above the rest of the landmarks. The Palace squares fascinate visitors with its exquisite woodwork and carving. You can extend your holiday from 1-3 days visiting these sites. ...(More)

 

Pokhara:
Pokhara is most popular tourist destination after Kathmandu, not because of its easy accessibility but because of its scenic beauty and proximity to many Himalayas. Rarely does a tourist miss a trip to this beautiful valley of lakes and mountain views. Ekai Kawaguchi who was the earliest visitor of this district, was awed by its beauty. The Annapurna range of the Himalayas dominates the landscape around Pokhara and many of treks and ...(More)

 

Nagarkot:

Nagarkot is one of the most popular hill resorts on the fringe of the Kathmandu valley. With an elevation of 2,195m, is 32 kms away from Kathmandu offers a panoramic view of the valley and is described by the visitors as a place whose beauty endures year round. The extraordinary view of the Himalayan peaks from Dhaulagiri to Kanchenjunga is stupendous. Sunrise view from here is truly magnificent. ...(More)

 

Tibet:

Encircled within Himalayan fortress, the image of Tibet has portrayed as “Shangr-la” in the western world. A ‘Land of Snows’ and the ‘Roof of the World’ is mysterious in a way that few other places are. Following virtual closure after the Chinese annexation of the Buddhist Kingdom, Tibet was opened to foreign tourism in 1984. Tibet has become dream adventure destination for the people living in the most sophisticated silicon cities. ...(More)

 

India:
The country of wonders, the lively bazaars, ornate architecture and the something puzzling customs of Indians make any visit a refreshing from the western life. Endowed with a backdrop of that can be anything from snow capped mountain to palm-lined beach, Indian rarely fails to delight adventurous travelers. India is considered to be the rich cultural melting pot with its colorful festivals of all the religion and people, blending well with magnificent landscape  ...(More)

 

Bhutan:

The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, commonly known as ‘Land of the Thunder Dragon’ is regarded as the last paradise on earth is slowly emerging from centuries of self-imposed isolation. Closed for the outside world until early seventies, Bhutan has adopted the regulated tourism policy for its visitors in this tiny Himalayan Kingdom by allowing to enter limited numbers of tourists every year. Bhutan has retained its religious and cultural values ...(More)

 

River Rafting:

Rafting is undoubtedly the best way to explore the Arcadian Nepal. It involves excitement, scenic views and challenge. Nepal has numerous fine rivers for rafting, kayaking or canoeing. The most prominent white water rafting regions are the eastern, the mid and the western rivers. Of all these regions, river Trisuli and the Bhotekoshi are the main popular rafting rivers for short trips. The rivers sometimes offer hair raising roller coaster rides. ...(More)

 

Mount Everest Flight:
Mountain flight is truly a memorable experience that one should not miss out in Nepal. If you feel you have not seen enough mountains, the mountain flight is the right choice to rejoice with spectacular panoramic mountains’ views. The bird’s eye view of the 6 mighty mountains above 8,000m out of the 14 from a close range is simply unbelievable. The one hour magic flight will make it possible for you to view uninterruptedly all the enchanting beauty ...(More)

 

Bungy Jumping:

(Jumping beyond imagination): Just imagination of jumping down from a bridge of 160m above a tropical gorge with the Bhote Koshi, one of the Nepal’s wildest rivers raging below is enough to make your heartbeat run faster. It is the thrill of Bungy jumping as it there is no fun for real adventure lover if challenge is not so hard and difficult. It is located within a reach of 4 hours outside Kathmandu and just 19 kms away from the Tibet Border. ...(More)

 

Paragliding:

(Flying like a bird): Paragliding is relatively new adventure sports in Nepal. Paragliding in this Himalayan country can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure seekers. You can experience unparalleled scenic grandeur as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites while floating over the villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and the jungle with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalayas. ...(More)

 

Ultralight Flight:

Ultralight aircraft is being operated from Pokhara. It has an unique blend of both mountain and plateau area. While flying over the Pokhara valley, you will not miss the scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, Phewa Tal. The flight will be a journey through nature. Don’t miss this truly unique experience. ...(More)

 

Hotels:

We have allowed our packages with just right number of nights of hotel accommodations which enables you to spend nights with quick visits of local market or monuments in the area. However if you have some extra days before or after your main package holiday, you can spend extra nights in Kathmandu or nearby destinations so that you can cover the interesting sights or just relax while you are here. ...(More)

 

Hotel Yak & Yeti:

The Hotel Yak & Yeti with the historic character, suitable for both short or long stay, is fashioned as the fusion of modern design and the noblesse of original heritage interiors. This exceptional city centre hotel is located minutes away from both domestic and international airport. It continues to be the city's leading luxury hotel for business and leisure. ...(More)

 

Hotel Shanker:

Shanker Hotel is housed in a palace built at the turn of the 19th century by a Rana Maharajah with a penchant for French architecture, international cuisine and Eastern hospitality. It was converted into a hotel in 1964. The façade and traditions were kept intact but the interior was redesigned to give travelers the kind of comfort they would expect of a world class hotel. You will live in palace when you live at Hotel Shanker. ...(More)

 

Hotel Malla:
Superbly located between the Royal Palace and Kathmandu's fashionable tourist district, Thamel, in the heart of the city. The Malla Hotel is only a 20 minutes drive from Kathmandu's International airport. Besides excellent accommodation and Central location the Malla Hotel is Offering a well equipped business center, extensive meeting and conference facilities, a health club with the latest work out equipment, sauna, massage, steambath and jacuzzi. ...(More)

 

Hotel Marshyangdi:

Hotel Marshyangdi situated in the heart of Thamel is the best choice for those who want to be in the main tourist hub of Kathmandu. Because of its friendly & professional staff, home like atmosphere, Marshyangdi has been a popular name and home away from home for most of the repeated visitors. The hotel now has 50 deluxe and 5 mini suite rooms besides the regular standard rooms. ...(More)

Trip Facts
  • Trip Name : Lhasa to Kathmandu
  • Trip Duration : 23 Days
  • Trip Grade : Adventurous
  • Trip Date :
  • Activity : Biking Tours
  • Highest Altitude : 5220 m
  • Month : Apr-May, Sep-Oct

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