Here are what some of our customers have had to say about our Nepal cycling holidays...
Brett Smith, London, England, UK
The Nepal tour was excellent and an extremely enjoyable 2.5 weeks. Ox was a fantastic guide; he and his team were very helpful and did everything they could for us. His knowledge of all the different areas was great and he was always willing to spend time with group and answer any questions that they had. He dealt well with the differing levels of ability in the group and also took care of food and drink stops.
James Attree, London, England, UK
Fantastic country, glorious scenery, wonderful people and amazing cycling - very hard to beat either the 45km climb or the 4 hour descent! redspokes has a brilliant itinerary that shows off this tiny but varied country to the full. Ox (our guide) and his crew were simply brilliant - nothing too big that couldn't be sorted and nothing too small that it got overlooked.
Just go - you know you want to!
Stephan Barnett, Kent, England, UK
You are going to have to train hard but it's worth it. The landscape is spectacular and our group was great fun, full of characters.
Loads of laughs and a real sense of achievement.
Scott Chesney, Hampshire, UK
My wife (Judy) and I were really looking to do something very different with our holiday. The Nepal cycling trip was everything we were hoping for. The people were so friendly, the scenery and landscapes breath taking, the cycling tough but enormously rewarding and finally the great people we shared this experience with.
I can't speak more highly of our guide Ox and his team. Please pass our thanks onto him as he wasn't just helpful but was a real character in our group and made some of the tougher days easier to get through.
I would recommend redspokes and this trip to anybody (and have) with a sense of adventure. Thank you!
Kathryn Mayne, Boulmer, Northumberland, England , UK
Enjoyed the cycle ride through Nepal in April. So much varied scenery from the green rice fields in the south to the spectacular mountain landscape further north. Also varied rides from the bustle of Kathmandu using small tracks linking local villages to those fabulous downhill switchbacks and not forgetting the more challenging off road sections in the mountains.
I felt supported throughout the tour and encouraged when my energy began to run out, probably should have eaten more dhal bhat.
Thanks for a memorable adventure.
Keith and Pat Green, Dudley, England , UK
Each day was challenging and interesting. Suresh, our leader, managed to cater for all our cycling abilities by using the other guides wisely. Even the rest days were packed full of fun. Ambir the driver could sing and dance Nepali style very well and with the good voices of the 4 guides we received great entertainment around the camp fire.
Deepak the cook and his helpers gave us more variety than we had expected. They never failed to amaze us with the type of meals and the quantities they could turn out from inside a tent. Loca kept the logistics running smoothly so all we had to do was cycle eat and sleep. All in all it was a great tour and we will find it difficult to top it.
Bobby Buck, Swindon, England, UK
I had an excellent time, the variety of rides, challenges, terrain and scenery coupled with unsurpassed support and service from all the guides and supporters made for a great holiday despite problems encountered with my own bike. May have ruined biking back home in the UK as I can't see me being able to get the sense of achievement or exhilaration that was got from everyone involved.
Looking forward to giving the Tibet trip a go in the near future with Suresh hopefully as guide.
Tony Onwood, Cape Town, South Africa
The riding with 15 of the nicest people i've ever met in the most fantastic place i've ever been............ PRICELESS
well done to Ox ................ you made it happen "Ka-Chang"
Trevor Andrews, Hampshire, England, UK
A very good trip that provides a varied selection of rides that cover all the main terrains that Nepal has to offer. The eleven days of cycling provide everything from a city tour of Kathmandu to the extremes of cycling at over 3,500 metres in the arid and barren Himalayan landscape that is so visually impressive that it's hard to describe to people who haven't experienced it.
In between you explore the hills (2,500 metres at Damam) and the flat of the Terai. All of this combined with very friendly and helpful locals and fabulous food. A trip that should not be missed.