Riding down a bare mountain bike trail in Mustang, Nepal

Cycle The Forbidden Kingdom

Costs & Inclusions

Departs:  Wednesday, 13th May 2020

Return: Wednesday, 3rd June 2020

22 Days | Nepal

Group minimum 4 | Group maximum 8

4-5 cyclists  - A$9,150* per person, twin share

6-8 cyclists  - A $8,290* per person, twin share

Single Supplement:     A$900

A$1,600 non-refundable deposit on booking

Balance due by Friday 21st Feb 2020

*Prices ex Melbourne.  Contact us for cost if departing from other cities

Rickshaw wrecks lined up in frnt of brick wall, Kathmandu, Nepal


  • Economy Airfare Melbourne to Kathmandu & return (departure from other cities can be organised)

  • Internal flight Kathmandu to Pokhara

  • Internal flight Pokhara to Jomsom

  • Internal flight Pokhara to Kathmandu

  • Ben will help to pack bikes for flight

  • All Airport transfers

  • Support Vehicle (4WD), on cycling days except Day 16

  • 6 nights twin share accommodation in standard hotels including breakfast

  • 13 nights twin share accommodation in Local Tea Houses including all meals

  • Welcome dinner

  • Support by Ben the Bike Tech

  • English speaking, local mountain bike guide

  • Bike Transfer in Nepal

  • Day to day luggage transfer

  • Gratuities to staff

  • Upper Mustang Permit (US $500)

  • ACAP permit

  • Tims card

  • Map

  • Buff Scarf/Mask

  • Medical Kit Box

  • Pre-trip training program if required

  • Pre-trip familiarisation ride 


Travel Insurance (must cover cycling and emergency evacuation), Nepal Visa (obtain at Kathmandu airport), bike and accessories (helmet is compulsory), meals not mentioned in itinerary, alcohol/soft drinks, personal expenses, any services not mentioned.  


This trip requires medium skills and medium fitness

It includes high altitude and over 340kms of cycling.  In Lo-Manthang, an average temperature range of 16°C to 22°C during the day and -2°C to -6°C at night and it can drop lower on the higher passes.  There will be long climbs, bike carries, dust, sand, rock, river-crossings, extreme winds, traffic, pony trains and yaks 

Feel free to discuss with Ben your riding suitability.


Refer to our FAQ's page for information on obtaining a Nepal Visa.  Further details will be provided upon booking.


You can book online here.  If you prefer to book offline or have any questions please give us a ring or send an email, we love to chat about our journeys!

Snow, mountain bike, Nepal