An off-the-beaten-path biking tour to enjoy the Yamdrok Lake views on 2 wheels that are rarely seen by tourists and the stunning sites in Lhasa: Potala Palace, Johkang Temple, Barkhor Street, Sera and Drepung monasteries, etc.
This popular and short cycling journey doesn’t demand extreme efforts, and will offer you wonderful scenery. during the tour you can see vast grassland dotted with sheep and yaks and traditional shepherds camp, never-melt snowy mountain, the Nyenchen Thanglha , sky-railway rushing through aside the road, holy Namtso lake sparkling in the sunshine.
It is about 60 kilometers from Lhasa to Ganden, which is a short bike ride route with less difficulty. Most tourists can complete this short ride after relaxing yourself in Lhasa for two days. The ride route begains upstream along the Lhasa River, and you will pass some farmlands and small villages. Then arrive in Gandan monastery, one of six Gelug sect monasteries, and worship this famous monastery.
Cycling in Bangladesh is very popular among the locals in the rural part of Bangladesh especially in the northern part. Still today, for the school or college going students, it is considered the most popular transportation. Currently, the popularity is growing faster in the big cities like Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna etc. through face book people are gathering in weekends to go for cycling in the nearest districts for days or overnights.
Once known as Serendib, Ceylon, and now Sri Lanka, this amazingly diverse country is ideal for cycling, with a beautiful coastline and spectacular highland scenery. It welcomes you with great food, excellent accommodation and very friendly, engaging people.
Our classic Sri Lanka by Bike tour is the best way to take in the natural beauty and rich culture of this amazing island. This carefully crafted itinerary brings you to all Sri Lanka’s highlights as well as its well-protected national parks, and provides plenty of connection with the authentic Sri Lankan life that surrounds you.
Visit five of Sri Lanka’s eight UNESCO World Heritage sites as we cycle through the backroads and absorb a very traditional and grassroots feel of Sri Lanka. Our ride start by rolling into the beautiful old town of Kandy, home to the famed Temple of the Tooth and located on a picturesque lake.
The Best way to explore the Kathmandu valley is on a mountain bike. Nepal’s diverse terrain is a mountain biker’s dream adventure comes true. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of exploring this magnificent country, its landscape and living heritage.
Cycling Tour is the environment friendly way of exploring Nepal. You will be taken in the tour of ancient temples andpromising villages. Kathmandu Valley has some of the world’s best cycling tracks that encompasses palaces, monasteries, stupas and temples.
Nepal is the world’s first ranked adventure playground for mountain bikers. Cycling From the flat lands of the Terai to the terraced hillside and the vertical landscape towards the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas, provides you the adventure of awesome landscape with in a single country.
A destination where you’re never far from an incredible view, Nepal both awes and humbles visitors with its spectacular landscapes and sincere people. In the home of Everest, mountain biking is indeed some of the best in the world. While the country’s lush, snow-melt fed southern plains are a hidden gem.
It is believe that if you have not seen the Villages of Rajasthan then your Journey to India is Incomplete, so that to explore the Virgin area of villages in Rajasthan, where you can only reach by Horse, we have design this Itinerary.
An exciting new adventure in the Kingdom of Happiness trekking on local Yueta horses through the Himalayan Mountains. Following the Royal Trail through some of the most beautiful valleys in the Himalaya you will visit monasteries, ancient temples and local villages who make mountain life look easy.
Tamur along with its tributaries drain Mt. Kanchanjunga (8,586 m), the third highest mountain in the world. This river opened in 1998 for commercial rafting, and since then, it has won the affection of many rafting/kayaking enthusiasts throughout the world.
An Everest base camp trek is the adventure of a lifetime, a journey for those whose dreams soar higher than even the clouds. Miles from cars, conveniences, and daily luxuries, you’ll saturate your spirit in natural beauty and stretch your personal endurance beyond what you thought possible.
The Annapurna range has such stunning mountain views which are a buffet for every mountain lover. You will also be greeted with views of Machapuchare, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli even before you set foot on the trek, which is one thing that is surely a bonus for all the trekkers.
Soi Yaksa Trek involves trekking in one of the most biologically diverse environments in the world. This enchanting trek takes you to the base of Mount Jumolhari (7,513m) , the second highest unclimbed peak in the world.
It`s a truly amazing experience of the holy city that one may enjoy while on a trip to Varanasi. It’s a walk through lanes, bazaars, Ghats and at the end has an experience of the vibrant and choreographed Aarti ceremony the city is known for.
Qunitessential India, the Golden Triangle tour gives an altogether different spin to the most popular travel circuit in India. Travel along comparatively untreaded paths and little known backroads on this bike tour from Jaipur to Delhi via Taj Mahal. This amazing circuit looks even more beautiful from a bicycle!
Rajasthan is famous for being the royal state of India which used to house and still does many kings who defined prosperity. The whole state is characterised by legends and lore of the olden era, the monuments and forts, iconic landmarks, the Great Indian Thar desert, mystical lakes, beautiful hills, abandoned villages, famous temples and haunted areas.
Bhutan Cycling Tour is becoming a very unique and original way of seeing and interacting with country, people and the pristine environment of Bhutan. Cycling is seeing increasingly popularity sports among both visitors and Bhutanese people recently.
In this inland cycling trip in Kerala, we have spiced the challenge of riding in myriad landscapes, with plenty of ‘not to miss’ experiences. You will be cycling through roads flanked by thick forests, breezy seashores, tea & coffee carpeted hills and by a long canal.