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February 1, 2019 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email


Adventure seekers can experience the unique thrill of travelling over the towering peaks and through the stunning valleys of the Himalayas, in northern India, on a classic Royal Enfield motorbike with a special offer from Extreme Bike Tours.

Appealing to the more than one million Australians who ride motorbikes, Extreme Bike Tours is offering a special, 10 per cent discount per person on their 2019 and 2020 ‘High Himalaya’ expedition in northern India, when booked before February 28, 2019. Quote the code ‘HIMALAYA10’ when booking.

Home to the world’s highest peaks, the Himalayas offer spectacular landscapes and exhilarating riding.  Extreme Bike Tours is offering the unique thrill of journeying deep into the Himalayan mountains on a classic Royal Enfield 500cc Bullet motorcycle, which was once manufactured in the UK but is now made in India and tailored to handle the rough and winding roads of the Himalayas.

The ‘High Himalayan’ expedition gives riders the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel over some of the world’s loftiest mountain passes including the highest motorable road pass on the planet – the cloud-piercing Khardung La in India which soars to 5600m, or 2½ times the height of Australia’s highest mountain, Mt Kosciuszko.

The high altitude, small group rides, which are open to licensed motorcyclists and pillion passengers, offer a very personal and unique way of experiencing the epic Himalayan ranges. The tour begins in New Delhi with a train trip north to Narkanda in the foothills of the Himalayas. From there, the riding begins and guests can experience the adrenaline rush as they travel on narrow, winding roads filled with hair-raising gorges and sky-scraping cliffs. Making their way through the mountains, guests will visit the Lahlung and Dahnkar monasteries – some of the oldest monasteries in the world – and immerse themselves in Indo-Tibetan culture as they visit the small hidden mountain villages of Spiti, Komic and Hikkim, which is home to the highest post office in the world (4400m). Guests will be able to open-throttle along the long stretching road of the Moray Plains, a desert surrounded by towering Himalayan peaks, before conquering the mighty Khardung La mountain pass.

Beginning on July 12, 2019, or July 11, 2020, the 16-day tour will include 12 days of riding and is open to licensed motorcycle riders from US$3915 per person, including the 10 per cent discount, when booked before February 28, 2019. The fare includes accommodation, meals, fuel and local transfers. Quote the code ‘HIMALAYA10’ when booking with Extreme Bike Tours.

Extreme Bike Tours one of the world’s leading motorcycle tour companies, offering tours in the Himalayas, Bhutan, Mongolia, Madagascar, Indi and Sri Lanka.



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