Extreme Bike Tours is offering a 10% discount on its first tours of Tibet and Nepal, the Mt Everest base camp and the Forbidden City of Lhasa in 2020.
Riders will be aboard Royal Enfield Himalayan adventure motorcycles which were tested in the Himalayas.
We toured Sri Lanka last year with Extreme Bike Tours and found them to be top value, professional and honest.
Company part-owner Ben Lloyd says there is already so much interest in their 15-day, 2277km tour that they have scheduled two tours next year from 5-20 September and 22 September to 6 October.
Their tours have a cap of 10 riders to keep them intimate and safe.
Prices are $US5895 (about $A8800) for riders, $US4950 ($A7350) for a pillion and $US695 ($A1000) for a single room.
If you book before the end of October 2019, they will take 10% off.
That’s good value as they stay in good quality hotels and all meals are included. In fact, everything but your flights, health insurance, alcohol and tips is included.
The tour starts in Kathmandu, Nepal, and climbs to 5220m to Mt Everest base camp and on to the spectacular Tibetan Plateau.
They even include free oxygen cylinders for those find the altitude hard going.
Despite the adventure, it’s still only rated at “intermediate” skill level, so there will be some rough riding involved.
Highlights of the tour include stunning mountain scenery, challenging roads, spectacular waterfalls, sacred caves, ancient monasteries and temples, and jaw-dropping views of Mt Everest from old Tingri if the weather is kind.