Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu and hotel.
Day 2: Kathmandu Baudhanath Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur City Tour hotel.
Day 3: Fly or take tourist bust to Pokhara Overnight stay in Pokhara hotel.
Day 4: Fly to Jomsom, build bike and test ride around There are numerous flights that service the Jomsom airstrip early each day before the Kali Gandaki winds pick up by mid morning
Day 5: Jomsom to Kalopani via Marpha, Tukuche, Kobang, Larjong and Kokhethanti.
The Thakali have established the tradition of hospitality to passing traders for centuries along Thak Khola stretch of the Kali Gandaki between Jomson and Tatopani. The flagstone-lined village of Marpha is popular for apple farming. Tukuche at 2590m was once a meeting place for traders from Tibet. Mostly ride through wide track.
Day 6: Kalopani -Tatopani via Ghasa Rupse Chara and Dhana. Thee trial follows the Kali Gandaki valley. The river cuts a channel between the peaks of Annapurna 1 and Dhaulagiri thus, qualifying the kali Gandaki valley for the title of the world's deepest gorge. We ride through Gasa at 2080m and one stage takes a precious route through a very steep and narrow section of the gorge to take the way to Dana at 1400m. This is where the difficult track branches off to Maurice Herzog's base camp, used for his historic ascent of Annapurna in 1950. Push and carry in some sections. Ride mostly on newly made wide grabel track/trekker's track.
Day 7: Tatopani - Beni.
Tato means 'hot' and Pani means 'water', a name earned courtesy of the hot springs by the river. Tatopani is a popular destination for a shorter trek out of Pokhara. From Tato Pani, we cross the bridge to the eastern side of the kali Gandaki (a major river) and shortly afterwards, the bridge over the Ghara khola (river). Passing the trail up to Ghorepani, continue south along the Kali Gandaki the trial rises and falls through small villages. Under an hour's ride from quieter and far more attractive riverside village, Tiplyang (1040m) the trial takes to the bustling market town, Beni. Buses run along the east bank road to Baglung and on to Pokhara. Ride mostly on newly made wide track/trekker's track
Day 8: Beni to Sarangkot
After breakfast we will follow Kali Gandaki river and reach the Baglung highway which will lead us to Naudanda where we will have lunch. We follow the dirt road to the Sarangkot which is the number one view point in the Pokhara to enjoy the view of Mountains, Himalayas, sun rise, sun set and the Lake .
Day 9: Sarangkot to Pokhara
Mostly we ride through steep and small road to Pokhara. Make sure to check your brakes before you start for about 90% down hill.
Day 10: Drive to Kathmandu
Take early tourist bus to Kathmandu or Fly to kathmandu. We have our break fast and lunch on the highway.
Day 11: Half Day Syambhunath Temple and Patan Durbar Square and Free Tiem for Shopping Hotel.
Day 12: Depart to Airport