Tibet and Everest Base camp Motorbike Tour

Tibet and Everest Base camp Motorbike Tour

5 USD 2800
  • 1200km
  • 5200 m
  • 13 days
  • Moderate


Tibet and Everest Base Camp Motorcycle tour is intended for explorers who love motorbike riding experiences. Imagine yourself riding a 500-cc Enfield motorcycle along a single road through the desolate, treeless Tibetan Plateau. Also, imagine yourself passing through the small settlements of people who resemble the ancient Tibetan culture and way of life, as well as nomadic herdsmen grazing their animals in the world’s backyard highest mountains. It may not sound such a lot of comfortable yet, but as you experience the moments, surely, it will be inked in your memory forever.

The excursion begins in the city of Lhasa. You will visit numerous religious and culturally significant sites, including the Potala Palace and other ancient monasteries. From that point, you start your Motorbike tour from Nepal to Tibet. You will ride through the turquoise lakes, and little towns and even take a brief look at Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, and then proceed to Tibet. Taking into account the social and beautiful wealth of Tibet, this Motorbike tour from Nepal to Tibet is presumably the best in Asia.

The Tibet and Everest Base Camp motorbike tour from Kathmandu is an exquisite visit for anybody searching for a sample of the intriguing situation. This is an excellent bike ride over a lush green road with views of sun-gleaming high mountains. Thenafter, you will visit the pleasures of Mt Everest’s northern side, which has an amazing landscape.

A motorbike outing to Everest Base Camp is one of the most thrilling ways to visit Mount Everest Base Camp. You won’t just arrive at the Tibet side of Everest Base Camp, but you will likewise have the chance to find Tibet and its stunning view. Meanwhile, despite being both Himalayan nations, the cultural and lifestyle differences between them will amaze you.

This Motorbike tour from Nepal to Tibet departs from Kathmandu, Nepal, and goes to Tibet through the Kerung border. The arranging time frame starts in Kathmandu with the rent of a cruiser and a conversation about the visit schedule with the remainder of the team.

The Royal Enfield exemplary or Himalayan Imperial Enfield is the favored Tibet cruiser visit. This has a modest rental expense and is agreeable for a solitary individual. Therefore, you can rest assured this outing permits you to ride a Royal Enfield 500cc across the well-known Tibetan level street along the recently settled Nepal-Tibet interfacing line Kerung.

About Motorbike:

We have 500 CC Royal Enfield classic motorcycles and 411 CC Royal Enfield Himalayan motorcycles, both of which are extremely comfortable to ride for extended periods in the Himalayas. Kindly keep in touch with us to see which bike is agreeable for you. We can likewise give different brands of motorbikes if you require brands of motorbikes on this motorcycle tour from Nepal to Tibet.

Tibet Visa and Travel Permit Information:-

All outsiders other Than Chinese and Tibetans need to get a Tibet visa and authorization for a motorbike tour from Nepal to Tibet. Vacationers can’t have their authorization to travel themselves. Here, the Tibetian Travel Industry Agency will authorize you to travel by the region. Likewise, only applications from enrolled travel companies, such as Worldwide Occasions Experience, are acknowledged by the Tibet Department. Additionally, your visa or permission for Tibet is printed on paper rather than in your passport.

(Note: Travel authorization from Tibet is genuinely required, and the visa for Tibet is unique. You can’t enter Tibet just with a Chinese Visa. Before entering Tibet, you ought to acquire Tibet Authorization to travel.)

Required document for Tibet visa /Permit:-

  • A clear scanned copy of your passport that has been valid for at least six months is required for the visa or permit to Tibet.
  • Copy of Chinese visa via email (For those voyagers who are entering Tibet from central area China).
  • For the individuals who are going from Nepal, your most recent visa-size photo must be used to complete the process at the Chinese Consulate in Kathmandu.  (Worldwide Occasions Experience will oversee it).

The Tibetan Travel Industry Department requires a multi-week time to endorse the authorization to travel. At some point, it requires over seven days so applying for your Tibet grant before 15 days is a protected way.

Normal travel agencies are unable to issue Tibet travel permits to diplomats, journalists, professional media photographers, and government officials with passports. Simply said, they’re prepared to find themselves under a variety of international concerns.

Tibet Grant and Visa Charges:

  • American Visa Holders: USD 215 Per person
  • Canadian Identification holders: USD 205 Per person
  • Other Identity: USD 125 per person

(Please send an email to nepalmotorbiketours@gmail.com with your requirements and the size of your group as our prices vary depending on the number of riders). Additionally, our itinerary is adaptable to your requirements.)


  • Sightseeing in Lhasa, which includes Barkhor Market, Potala Palace, the Dalai Lama’s former residence, Jokhang, the Tibetans’ holiest temple, and the Drepung Monastery.
  • The Yerpa hermitage, the imposing Ganden Monastery, which is 4,300 meters high, Samye Monastery, and Yumbulakhang, the oldest fortress in Tibet.
  • Dynamite perspectives on Cho Oyo (8,201 m), Shisha Pangma (8,012 m), Lhotse (8,561 m), Makalu (8,463 m) and Everest (8,848 m).
  • The 108 bends and serpentines of the ride to Everest Base Camp.
  • A night at Rongbuk Cloister at the foot of Mount Everest at a height of 4,900 meters, near Everest Base Camp.
  • Yamdrok Lake and the 4,900-meter all-encompassing pass disregarding it.
  • The 5,220-meter Gyatso La pass, 5,100-meter Karo La pass, and its impressive ice sheet.
  • Palcho Cloister with the biggest pagoda in Tibet, Gyangze Stronghold, and the Tashi Lhunpo religious community close to Xigaze.
  • Namtso Lake, one of the biggest Himalayan salt pools in Tibet, at 4,718 meters.
  • The lovely field among Xigaze and Natmso Lake, with fields and homesteads north of 4,000 meters.

Best time for a Motorbike Tour from Nepal to Tibet:

The climate in Tibet is ideal for motorbike tours throughout the year. In general, the best time for a Motorbike Tour from Nepal to Tibet starts from April to June and September to November. During this season you can enjoy the fresh air, dark blue sky, delightful scenes, and awesome Himalayan Reach. December, January, and February are also great seasons for climate, but it isn’t suggested because of the chilly climate.

The best time for a Motorbike Tour from Nepal to Tibet involves careful consideration of weather, road conditions, and cultural events. Here are some of the considerations-

  1. Weather Conditions: Tibet experiences extreme weather variations due to its high altitude. The best time for a motorbike tour is during the warmer months when temperatures are milder and road conditions are more favorable.
    • Spring (April to June): This time of year has pleasant weather with sunny skies and beautiful vegetation. It’s an ideal time for a motorbike tour as roads are accessible, and you can enjoy stunning views of the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau.
    • Autumn (September to November): With sunny skies and comfortable temperatures, autumn is still a great season for motorcycle tours. The entire area is covered with golden colors, offering spectacular rides and stunning views of Mt. Everest and other peaks.
  2. Avoid Monsoon and Winter: Similar to Nepal, Tibet experiences a monsoon season (June to August) characterized by heavy rainfall and potential landslides, making road travel challenging and risky. Winter months (December to February) bring freezing temperatures and snow, leading to road closures and limited accessibility to certain regions.
  3. Road Conditions: When planning a motorbike tour from Nepal to Tibet, consider the condition of roads and mountain passes. Some stretches may be rough and challenging, requiring experienced riders and proper gear. During peak tourist seasons like spring and autumn, road maintenance and accessibility tend to be better.
  4. Cultural Festivals: Consider aligning your tour with major cultural festivals in Tibet, such as Losar (Tibetan New Year) or Saga Dawa (celebration of Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and death). Experiencing these festivals adds cultural richness to your journey and provides insights into Tibetan traditions and spirituality.
  5. Personal Preferences: Consider your personal preferences regarding weather, crowds, and cultural experiences when choosing the best time for your motorbike tour. While some riders might love the peace of off-peak seasons, others could find the bustle of peak tourist seasons enjoyable even with the crowds.

In conclusion, the best time for a motorbike tour from Nepal to Tibet and Everest Base Camp is during the spring (April to June) or autumn (September to November). During this period, you can completely immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery and rich cultural legacy of the area, when the weather is ideal, and the roads are in better shape.


Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel.

Day 02

Kathmandu Full day Sightseeing Tour & Prepration.

Day 03

Ride Kathmandu to Syabrubesi ( 1140 m) - 124 Km / 7-8 hours

Day 04

Ride Syabrubesi to Kerung ( 2,750 m) - 42 KM (3 hours including necessary border formalities)

Day 05

Ride Kerung to Tingri ( 4300 m) - 244 Km / 5 hours.

Day 06

Ride Tingri to Rongbuk ( 4980 M), Visit Everest Base Camp (Qomolangma base camp) and overnight at Xegar (3900m) 185 Km/ 7 hours

Day 07

Ride Xegar to Shigatse ( 3900 m) -244 KM /4-5 hours.

Day 08

Ride Xigatse - Gyantse ( 3,950m) 95 KM - 3 hours.

Day 09

Ride Gyantse to Lhasa ( 3650m) 261 km.

Day 10

Fully Guided City Tour in Lhasa

Day 11

Guided City tour around Potala Palace and Drepung Monastery (3660 meters)

Day 12

Fly from Lhasa to Kathmandu

Day 13

Departure Day


Whats Included

  • All airport transfer & transportation with private car/jeep
  • Accommodation in 3-star hotel Kathmandu with BB on twin sharing
  • Kathmandu Sightseeing tour by private vehicle with english speaking City guide.
  • Private Motorbike each Rider and spare parts of the bike
  • Twin sharing accommodation in Tibet as per the itinerary on BB basis
  • Petrol- whichever available for the entire tour
  • One English speaking Tibetan Guide.
  • Well-experienced road caption – Tour leader
  • 1 expert bike Mechanic
  • Backup vehicle transportation for the mechanic and luggage for the entire trip
  • Tibet visa fee (US$ 175 for US National & US$ 85 for Other National)
  • All necessary permits
  • Temporarily Chinese motor bike driving licence
  • Portable oxygen cylinder in vehicle
  • Airfare Kathmandu - Lhasa
  • Entry fee of all mention Sightseeing places
  • Welcome or farewell dinner at Kathmandu

Whats not Included

  • Every beverage item as well as bottles of mineral water.
  • Nepal tourist visa fee ($40)
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Personal travel insurance and evacuation expenses.
  • Personal gear and equipment
  • Tips for guide, mechanic, and driver
  • Cost of any damage to the Bike

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Questions? Look here.

What is the Basic physical requirement for Motorbike Tour from Nepal to Tibet?

Motorbike Tour from Nepal to Tibet is intended for those experienced sweethearts who are in great shape and have great expertise for Motorbike riding in the cool Himalayas. During this experience you will cross 5200 Meters elevation by motorbike, so you ought to have good Physical of being for this excursion.

Do I Need License to ride in Tibet?

Do I need any experience for this Motorbike Tour from Nepal to Tibet?

Is there going to be a support van/truck on the trip?

What kind of motorbike is provided?

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