Thursday, December 29, 2016

Nepal Motorcycle Adventure-into the wild

Nepal motorcycling adventure combining the best riding experience both on paved-road  with four days of technical expedition-style off road.

River Gorge, narrow and slick endless bends to the deepest gorge in the world. Ride up to the sacred temple pilgrimage site of #Muktinath, set high in the base of mighty #Annapurna mountain range, offering the best snow-pack mountain views in all of the Himalaya. We will spend a night in the authentic Nepali village of #Nuwakot and two nights in charming lakeside #Pokhara. There is a lot to do around Pokhara, #parasailing #canyoning #helifly #treks #whitwaterrafting #shightseeing town can keep you busy for a week or so.

 We will stop at Royal #Chitwan National Park and before we land back at Kathmandu we do a run toward Tibet border to spend an overnight at Last resort to party overnight. Join and experience the absolute

Magic of Nepal with us on our next adventure through the most authentic Himalayan country on Royal Enfield​ 500cc. It's an amazing feeling to ride just next to a 8,000meters high mountain and being able to see it so clear and close. Nepal is the only country where you can get so close to such high gigantic mountain. You can see wind-swinging the fresh snow on top of the mountain.


Monday, December 26, 2016

The Death Vallley of Indian Himalaya

Saddling up to ride around Indian sub-continent including high Himalaya? Here is one route that you don't  want to miss on your riding itinerary. "The Death Valley of Indian Himalaya". Yes indeed, its one of the most breathtaking regions of India, where you will tackle the roads of your dream adventure. This ride is remarkable in every terms of motorcycling, the scenery is sublime and imposing and nature appears in her wildest and grandest moods.

 Everything in Himachal Pradesh is on a stupendous scale. it's a region of Himalayan shepherds reside in the most isolated settlements in middle of nowhere. Getting there is an adventure itself.  The mighty Chandra-Bhaga river rolls along in a deep and narrow gorge of Pangi. 

 On the lower ranges are grassy slopes of rich pasture with dense forests of pine and cedar, while higher up the stern and majestic mountains attaining an altitude from 18,000 to 21,000 feet rising far above the line of eternal snow. But all this is not rugged and sublimity and naked beauty. Every few miles the traveler reaches tolerably open nooks of surpassing beauty, which may have been small lakes in some gone by age, while the river was cutting its course."

 To continue ....