This trip will take place in the remote upper Mustang Region, which lies in the rain shadow of the Himalayas, the world’s tallest mountain range. Tibet’s best-preserved vestige is this remote spot, which was only recently opened to tourists and is secured by a strict entry permit.
It is not cheap, easy, or (at times) comfortable to visit this region. However, the view from above 12000 feet, the unspoilt culture, and the sensation of complete seclusion make the effort and sacrifice worthwhile. Lo Manthang, Tibet’s forbidden city and final bastion of Tibetan culture, is a must-see.
Despite the fact that this trip is open to everyone, your perspective will decide your candidacy. The importance of inter-rider cooperation will be underlined.
Our journey will take us via the high highlands of Mustang, on the fringes of the Lost Tibetan Kingdom, and then into the middle Nepalese woods, hills, and villages. The Lost Tibetan Kingdom and Greater Central Nepal excursions will be included in this voyage.
Tibet, a country often talked about with an air of mystery and the curiosity of an unexplored Shangri-la. From the vast Himalayas to the unique culture, “the roof of the world” often sneaks its way into the dreams of travelers looking for an adventure few others ever get to experience.
Riding through Tibet on a Royal Enfield motorcycle is an adventure for the senses. The extreme riding conditions combined with the unique culture and religion create an experience unlike any other.
The expedition’s goal is to look into Nepal’s central region. Lumbini, the Buddha’s birthplace, Pokhara, a lakeside adventure town, and Kathmandu’s old bazaars are all worth visiting.
The remainder of the journey will be spent in unknown settlements situated on ridges and in valleys. Camping is accessible close to rushing rivers or on terraced rice farms perched on cliffs of a thousand feet.In Nepal’s jungle region, look for the one-horned rhinoceros and laugh with the local women and children who always come out to see the tourists.