Everest Base Camp Motorbike Tour via Kerung

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Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Best Season: March - May & August - Mid-Dec

Max Altitude: 5545 m

Group Size: Min 2 Pax

Transport: Royal Enfeild Bike, Private Vehicle

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11 Days

Trip Overview

Everest base camp motorbike tour from Kerung is a lovely tour for anyone looking for a taste of the exotic orient. This package includes breathtaking views of Mount Everest, as well as authentic Tibetan cultural traditions and monasteries. This is a fantastic bike ride across a beautiful green roadway with views of high mountains gleaming in the sunlight. Following that, you will be visiting the delights of Mt Everest's northern side, which has breathtaking scenery.

A motorbike trip to Everest Base Camp is one of the most exciting means to visit Mount Everest's base camp. You will not only reach the Tibet side of Everest Base Camp, but you will also have the opportunity to discover Tibet and its breathtaking scenery. The world's highest point, sometimes known as the Roof of the World is one of the world's most remote locations. Despite the fact that they are both Himalayan countries, the cultural and lifestyle variations between them will astound you.

This bike tour departs from Kathmandu, Nepal and travels to Tibet via the Kerung border. The planning period begins in Kathmandu with the lease of a motorcycle and a discussion of the tour itinerary with the rest of the crew. The Royal Enfield classic or Himalayan Royal Enfield is the preferred Tibet motorcycle tour. This has a cheap rental cost and is comfortable for a single person. This trip allows you to ride a Royal Enfield 500cc across the famous Tibetan plateau’s road along the newly established Nepal-Tibet connecting border Kerung.

It’s a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to the top of the world. This is a unique opportunity to ride the Himalayan Range while also visiting cities known for their culture and magical allure.

The voyage begins in Kathmandu and ends in Syabrubesi, near Kerung border. On the second day, we will take a short ride to Kerung Bazar, which is located at an altitude of roughly 2900 meters, where we will spend one night to acclimate. The next day, we will ride through the immense Tibetan plateau, passing through Tibetan communities and crossing 5200-meter-high hills to reach Tingri. We will ride from Tingri to Rongbuk, where we will spend the night and visit Everest base camp, before returning to Kathmandu through the same route. You'll pass through five high passes totaling over 4,500 meters on your way to EBC. The path is made up of 80% tarmac and 20% non-technical off-road.

As you go from Kathmandu to Tibet on one of the world's most remote roads, you will be able to see the enormous terrain that connects these two countries while riding alongside the towering Himalayas. The highlights of this journey include visits to various World Heritage sites in Kathmandu, exploration of age-old monasteries in Tibet, riding in the world's highest plateau and a stop at Everest Base Camp to marvel at the sight of Mt. Everest which stands tall at 8848m. The trip will be easier because you will be riding a motorcycle. You will visit various cultural heritage sites in the region during your stay, where you will learn about Tibetan history and tradition.

From April to November is the optimum time to go on an Everest Base Camp Motorcycle Tour. You may appreciate the cool air, deep blue sky, lovely terrain, and magnificent Himalayan Range throughout this season. December, January, and February are also pleasant months for weather;however, bike riding is not recommended because of the cold weather.


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 02: Visa Prepration

Day 03: Sightseeing as well as Trip preparation

Day 04: Ride from Kathmandu – Rasuwagadi border - 124 km

Day 05: Ride from Rasuwagadi border – Kerung - 24 km

Day 06: Ride from Kerung – Tingri - 255 km

Day 07: Ride from Tingri – Rongbuk - 78 km

Day 08: Ride from Rongbuk – Tingri - 70 km

Day 09: Ride from Tingri – Kerung - 255 km

Day 10: Ride from Kerung – Kathmandu - 124km

Day 11: Departure


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

A staff from Firante will pick you up from the international airport and transport you to your hotel. To apply for a final Tibetan visa, you must arrive in Nepal by 12 p.m. If you cannot arrive before this time, you should arrive the day prior. We will collect your original passport; a visa photo and you will be required to fill out an Embassy form with your information.

Day 2: Visa Preparation

Because the Chinese Embassy in Nepal requires three full working days to provide a final visa. Today is the day we apply for an early flight on the third day so that we can leave Kathmandu the same day.  You can also spend some time looking around the streets of Kathmandu. Any tour can be customized to meet your needs.

Day 3: Sightseeing as well as Trip preparation

Today is the day in Kathmandu for Everest Base Camp Motorbike Tour preparation. Tour briefing with the team from Firante, mechanic and riding team. You will practice riding your bike while going around historical locations in the Kathmandu valley. We'll ride our bikes to UNESCO historical sites like Hindu temples, Buddhist stupas and the world's oldest palaces.

Day 4: Ride from Kathmandu – Rasuwagadi border

After receiving your final Tibet visa from the Embassy, we will begin our ride towards the Tibet border. We will ride via a mountain route through a remote road to Langtang national park until Rasuwagadi via Nuwakot, Dhunche and Syabrubesi. We won't be able to cross the border and reach the first Tibetan town today. We will spend the night near the Nepalese border in Rasuwagadi. Kerung is still 24 kilometers ahead from here.

Day 5: Ride from Rasuwagadi border – Kerung

Kerung is roughly an hour away from here. It is an acclimatization day that aids in the acclimation of your body to the altitude.  We will also ride around the town to reach the second Kerung settlement, which is at an altitude of over 4000 meters. We will get ready for our next ride tomorrow, which will take us on a magnificent Tibetan route towards Everest.

Day 6: Ride from Kerung – Tingri

Today we will be riding over the highlands of the Tibetan plateau on a large and well-paved road. From high passes, the Himalayas are breathtaking to look at. We will explore the lovely lakes and the local settlement, to find out about their lifestyle. Tingri is a beautiful Tibetan town from where we can see Mount Everest and other nearby mountain peaks.

Day 7: Ride from Tingri – Rongbuk

It's the day where we'll arrive at Mount Everest's north side Base Camp. We will ride through the Rongbuk monastery to explore the place and then return back to Rongbuk for the night. Near Everest Base Camp, Rongbuk is the last tea house. From here, you can see Mount Everest and other mountains clearly.

Day 8: Ride from Rongbuk – Tingri

A magnificent view of Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks greets you in the morning. Nearby, we can see the oldest Rongbuk monastery. We will later take the same path back to Tingri. From Rongbuk, it's simply a short ride back to Tingri.  We will s Spend time photographing the Himalayan ranges and touring Rongbuk Monastery today.

Day 9: Ride from Tingri – Kerung

Today's route back to Kerung is the same. A well-paved road with picturesque views of lakes, mountains, land, and the Tibetan community in the area. We might also enter the village and see the local buildings and lifestyle from a distance. We will spend the night in a guest house.

Day 10: Ride from Kerung – Kathmandu

We will take a ride down to the Nepal Tibet border. We will bid farewell to our Tibetan driver and guide. After completing immigration procedures, we will ride back to Kathmandu in the same way.

Day 11: Departure

Today is the day to fly out of Nepal. Our agent will pick you up and drop you off at the international airport. It is critical to arrive at the international airport within 3 hours of your scheduled flight time. If you change your mind, you can also customize other tours as per your need and stay here in Nepal. You simply need to inform us if you want to go for another trip.


Firante Treks and Expedition Manages for best and comfortable accommodation and also provides you hygienic food. Standard (3 Star) are booked in the cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara, whereas a tyical trek lodge will be booked on remote areas. 

Luxurious rooms from 5 Star hotels are also made avaiable on demand in the cities on additional cost but remote regionss dont have such facilities.

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