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Cultural Heritage Biking Tour

Cultural Heritage Biking Tour  is a main attraction for serious mountain bikers and mountain climbers, trekkers also take to the foothills and lowland areas. Nepal has a lot more to offer than just mountains, and a biking holiday in Nepal can cater to all levels of rider. On this Cultural Heritage Biking Tour, you can explore the culture and pageantry of the three tiny kingdoms of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. There are also impressive sites in the cities. Kathmandu Valley has seven world heritage sites recognized by UNESCO. Your trip begins with ride to Patan, one of the three medieval principalities of Kathmandu. In Patan, you will visit the palaces, temples and monasteries. From Patan, you bike along the ring road and head east along Kodari highway to Bhaktapur, another Malla kingdom of medieval Nepal. Bhaktapur has been well preserved.

Cultural Heritage Biking Tour

You will amaze to see the intricate wood works in the windows and balconies of temples, houses and monastic complexes. There are many temples, palaces and squares here for you to explore. From Bhaktapur, you will ride back to the ring road, and visit the temple of Lord Pashupatinath Temple. Near the Pashupatinath Temple lies the biggest Buddhist Stupa in the world- The Boudhanath Stupa. Then, you will visit Swayambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple), which located on a hillock, 80 m high from the level of Kathmandu. This hillock offers good views of the city. Then you will bike to Kathmandu Durbar square and conclude the trip. Great experience, both from the point of view of the trails and the hospitality, the knowledge of the place. This tour gives you to taste the mix culture of Hindu and Buddhist as well. You will  be transported on an unforgettable Cultural Heritage Mountain Biking adventure, a true trip of a lifetime in Nepal and We manage your trip in this beautiful Himalayan kingdom.

Full Day Trip

Your trip begins with ride to Patan, one of the three medieval principalities of Kathmandu. Kathmandu Valley has seven world heritage sites recognized by UNESCO. In Patan, you will visit the palaces, temples and monasteries. From Patan, you bike along the ring road and head east along Kodari highway to Bhaktapur, another Malla kingdom of medieval Nepal. Bhaktapur has been well preserved. You will amaze to see the intricate wood works in the windows and balconies of temples, houses and monastic complexes. From Bhaktapur, you will ride back to the ring road, and visit the temple of Lord Pashupatinath Temple. Near the Pashupatinath Temple lies the biggest Buddhist Stupa in the world- The Boudhanath Stupa. Then, you will visit Swayambhunath Stupa, which located on a hillock, 80 m high from the level of Kathmandu. This hillock offers a good views of the city. Then you will bike to Kathmandu Durbar square and conclude the trip.