Nepal’s Upper Mustang plateau neighboring to Tibet; remained forbidden for centuries, therefore isolated therefore wears a perfect intact in cultures and traditions. This trip explores and experiences every bit of that having ridden on the mountain bikes. No need to tame your ideas of wildly riding bikes on the beautiful single tracks of Upper Mustang…
The below presented itinerary is a very famous trek route of once upon a time where the road was away too far from such a pristine and scenic locations. But these days road has reached to some places but it does not infect the beautiful sceneries it had. Perhaps the traditional houses have been disappeared but still it has all the worth of mountain trekking here under the foothill of giant Annapurna Himal.
This hiking connects two distinct forms of societies within a short time. Kathmandu where Nepal’s major commerce and trade chain remains active and the nearby outskirt survives with much traditional types of daily routine.
Nepal is also popularly known for its wonderful availability of world class Rafting and/or Kayaking opportunities.
At the eastern rim of Kathmandu Valley – the ancient Newari Town of ‘Dhulikhel’ has situated at 1550m above sea level and some 32km east of Kathmandu and 74km south west of Kodari can be reached by two major highways.
Stroll leisurely and have a break for photos or just to enjoy the great vistas; infact you control the time! Easy and interesting hike through Gujre village for a couple of hours.
About 40 minute drive from Kathmandu will take you to Budhanilkantha (9Km. north-west).
This consists the travelers’ most loving places in Nepal, that are – Pokhara, Nagarkot and Dhulikhel besides Kathmandu valley.
The City Tours or the Kathmandu sightseeing tours in Kathmandu, Nepal are probably the best activities to be done to know the valley and its people in depth.