one day Biking Tour

Trip Duration 1
Group Size 1-10
Best Time for Visit January to December except monsoon

Trip Overview

One Day Biking Tour Overview

A one-day biking tour is a thrilling and invigorating adventure that allows you to explore the beauty of your chosen destination while enjoying the physical and mental benefits of cycling. Whether you're a seasoned cyclist or a beginner, a one-day biking tour is a perfect way to immerse yourself in the great outdoors and take in the scenery from a unique perspective. Your biking tour begins with an early morning start, as you and your fellow riders assemble at the designated meeting point. Before hitting the road, you'll receive a safety briefing and an overview of the day's route. Make sure your bike is in good working condition, and don't forget to wear a helmet for safety. The route for the day will vary depending on your location, but it's carefully curated to showcase the best of the area's natural beauty, cultural landmarks, and hidden gems. You'll pedal through picturesque countryside, charming villages, and scenic trails, with opportunities to stop and take photos or simply soak in the serene surroundings. Midway through your journey, a rest stop is typically planned. Here, you can refuel with a delicious picnic lunch, provided by your tour organizers. It's a chance to connect with your fellow cyclists and share stories from the road.

A Day of Thrills, Discoveries, and Achievement: Your One-Day Biking Tour Adventure

As the day progresses, you may encounter challenging climbs, thrilling descents, and serene flat stretches – all of which contribute to the sense of accomplishment and adventure. Your biking tour guides will offer insights into the local history, flora, and fauna, enriching your experience. The tour usually culminates in a destination of significance, such as a historic site, a pristine beach, or a scenic overlook. At this point, you can explore the area, relax, and enjoy some leisure time before heading back. Some tours even include opportunities for swimming, sightseeing, or shopping, depending on the location. As the sun begins to set, you'll cycle back to your starting point, tired but satisfied. The one-day biking tour offers an incredible sense of achievement, as you'll have covered a substantial distance on your own power, experiencing the destination in a unique and personal way.

Conclusion and Summary

In conclusion, a one-day biking tour is a memorable and exhilarating adventure that combines physical activity, exploration, and natural beauty. It's an opportunity to escape the daily routine, connect with like-minded adventurers, and create lasting memories. Whether you're a biking enthusiast or a casual rider, a one-day biking tour is an accessible and enjoyable way to experience the world from a different perspective.

 Trip Highlight

  • Experience 20 KM ride around kathmandu valley in the morning and evening.
  • Biking around Kathmandu offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan Mountains, lush valleys, and terraced farmlands.
  • Kathmandu is home to numerous historical and religious sites such as Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple, where you can immerse yourself in the city’s rich cultural heritage.
  • Biking around Kathmandu can be an exciting and adventurous experience, especially if you take the off-the-beaten-path trails and routes that lead to hidden gems.
  • You can interact with the friendly locals, taste authentic Nepali food, and experience the local way of life.
  • Biking is an eco-friendly way to explore Kathmandu and its surroundings, allowing you to reduce your carbon footprint while enjoying the fresh air and exercise.


Morning: Start your day early, by renting a mountain bike from one of the many bike rental shops in Kathmandu. Once you have your bike, head out to Boudhanath Stupa, which is just a short distance from the city upto Shivapuri National Park along the route

1st: Boudhanath Stupa

Bouddha (Nepaliबौद्धनाथNewari: खास्ति चैत्य; Standard Tibetanབྱ་རུང་ཁ་ཤོར།romanized: Jarung KhashorWyliebya rung kha shor), also known as BoudhanathKhasti Chaitya and Khāsa Chaitya is a stupa in KathmanduNepal.[2] Located about 11 km (6.8 mi) from the center and northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu, its massive mandala makes it one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal[3] and the world.

The stupa is said to entomb the remains of Kassapa Buddha.[4] It is located on the ancient trade route from Tibet which enters the Kathmandu Valley by the village of Sankhu in the northeast corner and continues to the ancient and smaller stupa of Chabahil named Charumati Stupa (often called “Little Boudhanath”). It then turns directly south, heading over the Bagmati River to Lalitpur, bypassing the main city of Kathmandu (which was built later).[2] Tibetan merchants have rested and offered prayers at Boudha Stupa for many centuries. Following the 1959 Tibetan uprising, a large number of the Tibetan refugees migrated to Nepal and settled down around Boudhanath.[5] The influx of the Tibetan refugees has seen the construction of over 50 gompas (Budhhist monasteries) around Boudha. As of 1979, Boudha Stupa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with Swayambhu, it is one of the most popular tourist sites in the Kathmandu area.

2nd: Pasupatinath Stupa

The Pashupatinath Temple (Nepaliपशुपतिनाथ मन्दिर) is a Hindu temple dedicated to Pashupati, a form of Shiva, and is located in Kathmandu, Nepal near the Bagmati River. This temple was classified as a World Heritage Site in 1979. This “extensive Hindu temple precinct” is a “sprawling collection of temples, ashrams, images and inscriptions raised over the centuries along the banks of the sacred Bagmati river”, and is one of seven monument groups in UNESCO‘s designation of Kathmandu Valley.[1] It is built on an area of 246 hectares (2,460,000 m2)[citation needed] and includes 518 mini-temples and a main pagoda house.

The temple is one of the Paadal Petra Sthalams on the continent.

3rd: Swayambhunath Stupa

Swayambhunath (Devanagari: स्वयम्भू स्तूप; Nepal Bhasa: स्वयंभू; sometimes Swayambu or Swoyambhu) is an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. The Tibetan name for the site means ‘Sublime Trees’ ( Shing.kun), for the many varieties of trees found on the hill. However, Shingun may be of in Nepal Bhasa name for the complex, Swayambhu, meaning ‘self-sprung’.[1] For the Buddhist Newars, in whose mythological history and origin myth as well as day-to-day religious practice Swayambhu occupies a central position, it is probably the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites. For Tibetans and followers of Tibetan Buddhism, it is second only to Boudha. Swayambhu is the Hindu name.

The complex consists of a stupa, a variety of shrines and temples, some dating back to the Licchavi period. A Tibetan monastery, museum and library are more recent additions. The stupa has Buddha’s eyes and eyebrows painted on. Between them, the number one (in Nepal script) is painted in the fashion of a nose. There are also shops, restaurants and hostels. The site has two access points: a long staircase leading directly to the main platform of the temple, which is from the top of the hill to the east; and a car road around the hill from the south leading to the south-west entrance. The first sight on reaching the top of the stairway is the VajraTsultrim Allione describes the experience:

4th: Shivapuri National Park

Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park is the ninth national park in Nepal and was established in 2002. It is located in the country’s mid-hills on the northern fringe of the Kathmandu Valley and named after Shivapuri Peak at 2,732 m (8,963 ft) altitude. It covers an area of 159 km2 (61 sq mi) in the districts of KathmanduNuwakot and Sindhupalchowk, adjoining 23 Village Development Committees.[1] In the west, the protected area extends to the Dhading District.

5th: Budhanilkantha Narayan Temple

Budhanilkantha Temple, located in BudhanilkanthaNepal, (Nepaliबुढानिलकण्ठ मन्दिरtranslationOld Blue Throat) is a Hindu open air temple dedicated to Lord Mahavishnu. Budhanilkantha Temple is also known as the Narayanthan Temple, and can be identified by a large reclining statue of Lord Mahavishnu.

Some people associate Budhanilkanth’s name with Gautama Buddha since it pronunciation being closely similar but this is not a correct fact. Though the temple is named Budhanilkantha, its name does not come from the Buddha; Budhanilkantha instead has a Sanskrit origin that means ‘Old Blue Throat’, a title of Lord Shiva that was given by gods after the Lord drank poison to save the world. The statue symbolizes Lord Vishnu, who is regarded as one of the ‘Trimurtis‘, along with Brahma and Shiva.

6th: Kopan Monastery

Kopan Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery near Boudhanath, on the outskirts of KathmanduNepal. It is a member of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), an international network of Gelugpa dharma centers, and once served as its headquarters.[1][2]

The monastery was established by the FPMT’s founders, Lamas Thubten Yeshe and Thubten Zopa Rinpoche, who bought the property from Nepal’s royal astrologer in 1969. Its name comes from the name of the hill on which it was built.

Kopan has become especially famous for teaching Buddhism to visiting Westerners. The first of what would become annual month-long (November–December) meditation courses was held in 1971. These courses generally combine traditional Lam Rim teachings with informal discussion, several periods of guided meditation, and a vegetarian diet.

Evening: As the sun starts to set, head back to Boudhanath from Kopan Monastery or You can take them to their respective hotel or homestay. This iconic Buddhist temple. After taking in the sights, you can bike down the hill to reach your final destination for the day

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All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

All land transport in private vehicle including airport transfers, Support Vehicle.
3 star hotels in Kathmandu as per itinerary.
All accommodation in best available tea house.
All meals as per itinerary.
Professional Mountain Bike Guide.
All permits and entry fees.
Welcome dinner and traditional Dance.

Price Excludes

Drinks, snacks and other personal expenses
Sleeping Bags
Personal Travel and Evacuation Insurance (Compulsory)
Mountain Bikes

Gears And Equipment

Trip Information

Best tim to go biking around Kathmandu valley

The best time to go biking around Kathmandu valley is during the dry season, which runs from October to May. During this period, the weather is dry and sunny, with mild temperatures making it perfect for outdoor activities like biking.

The monsoon season, which runs from June to September, can make biking difficult due to heavy rains and muddy trails. However, if you’re an experienced mountain biker, you can take advantage of the rainy season to ride on the challenging terrains and enjoy the lush greenery of the valley.

During the winter months of December to February, the temperature can be quite cold, especially in the early mornings and late evenings. Still, the clear skies and stunning mountain views make it an excellent time for biking. Overall, the best time to go biking around Kathmandu valley is during the dry season, from October to May, when the weather is pleasant, and the trails are relatively dry and easy to ride on.


One Day Biking Tour Map

One Day Biking Tour Map


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