Motor Biking Day Tour
Trip at a Glance
- Country: Nepal
- Trip grade: Technical
- Destination: Nepal
- Activities: Day Activities in Nepal
- Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
- Group size: 1-12
Motor Biking Day Tour
Motor Biking is an exciting sport gaining popularity among travelers in Nepal. It is one of the interesting, adventurous, exhilarating activities to take a tour for the fascinating views of the Himalayas and experience the thrill on the roads of Nepal. The motorbiking is like ecstasy that lets you enjoy the optimal adventure. The Motorbiking day tour is not only a ride on the way but also gives you the opportunity to feel the freedom on the road. Step On Himalaya arranges motorbiking day tour according to your needs and priority. We will assist you in getting the bikes and permits for the rides. The motorbiking can be done solo or in a group. You can also ask for an assistant rider if you want. There are many destinations in Nepal where you can go for the motorbiking for a day.
This motorbiking day tour commences from Nagarkot then to Bhaktapur then Dhulikhel then Namobuddha and then to Sanga and return back. You will enjoy the ride from one hill point to another hill point from where you can view the majestic views of the valleys on the lap of the Himalayas. The tour is via Bhaktapur too. So you can also visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square. There is a 55 windows palace which was built during the Malla reign. Dhulikhel provides the eye-soothing views of the Himalayan ranges. There are small villages of Chhetri and Brahman on the way to the agricultural fields. You can go to Sanga on the way to see the world’s biggest statue of Lord Shiva.
You can also pay a visit to the monastery in Namo Buddha. It is one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries, which was founded by V.V. Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche in 1978. There is a belief that a tigress was fed by the Prince Mahasatwo when the tigress was about to die due to starvation. The remaining bones of the Prince were brought and buried in the tomb of Namo Buddha monastery. After about 3500 years, Lord Gautam Buddha arrived in the village and declared himself the reincarnation of the Prince Mahasatwo and hence the village was named as “Namo Buddha” meaning paying homage to Lord Buddha. Step On Himalaya will provide all the information and facilities for this motorbiking day tour. Our staff will assist you with every necessity and make sure you will have the life experience on the road of Nepal.