Rara Lake Motorbike Tour Overview
Tick the Rara Lake Motorbike Tour off your riding list as it's quite an exceptional road tour that lets you explore Nepal’s biggest Lake - Rara. The Rara National Park is already an adventure and motorbiking here is the ultimate adventure.
Riding across the Nepali Highways with different terrains, colorful settlements, and cultures gives you the pleasure of the journey.
Rara Motorcycle Tour is one of the most iconic motorcycle rides anywhere in the country. The journey has been designed for the riders eager to unfold the wilderness of the Karnali Region and immerse in the serenity of the Rara Lake. The brilliance in the wild from Karnali and Rara Lake makes it very daring while motorcycling tour itself is an experience.
This tour has lots of amazing riding, from the hill country to the lowlands (Terai) and the national park. Riding alongside the winding roads, remotes landscape that passes through forested areas, rustic villages, and scenic views of the mountains, this off-road experience will open your mind. You can experience social, cultural, human, and other aspects in addition to the breathtaking beauty of the natural environment.
We traverse numerous important urban locations such as Chitwan, Butwal, Lumbini, Kohalpur, and Surkhet on this Rara Lake Motor Biking Tour through Nepal's thick backwoods. Aside from the breathtaking landscapes, the trip also exposes you to some of the harshest aspects of human life, but their way of existence captivates the attention of anyone passing by.
The Royal Enfield 500 cc is our bike of choice. This 10-day Rara Lake Motor Biking Tour departs from Kathmandu and travels through the East-West Highway, passing through the Terai, to the spotless Rara Lake, also known as the QUEEN OF LAKES.
So, come and join us on this journey across this charming and mystifying region.
Highlights of Rara Lake Motorbike Tour
- Explore the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Lumbini
- A look inside the lives of people living in remote rural Nepal
- Excursion to the breathtaking Rara Lake, the biggest lake in Nepal
- Feel the presence of serenity of the abundant vegetation at the Rara National Park, the smallest in Nepal
- A more in-depth look at rural Nepalese life
- Exploration of many locations in Nepal with rich cultural wonders
Rara Lake Tour in Spring
Rara Lake is best visited from April to May as the weather is pleasant at this time of the year with the clear skies, rhododendrons flowering everywhere, brightening the mountain pathways, and the lake looking crystal blue. The view of the lake from the Murma Top, which is a two-hour trek above the lake, is breathtaking during spring.
Also, Rara in spring is a birder’s paradise. 270 of Nepal's 867 bird species can be found in the lake.
Tour in Monsoon
From June to August, it's not impossible to make a ride; it'll simply be more of an adventure! Heavy, long rains, muddy paths, and highly likely landslides may prevent you from continuing on a trail.
However, the shores of Nepal's largest lake burst into blooms in the rainy. The huge clearing beneath heavy pine forests on the southern portions of the lake at Mili Chaur is carpeted with multi-colored blooms.
The surrounding trees are a deep green this time of year, with veils of monsoon clouds gliding down the hills to the lake. The forest is teeming with musk deer, red panda, and Ghoral mountain goats, and the pine, juniper, and spruce with rhododendron and oak are clothed in lichen and orchids.
Rara Lake Motorbike Tour in Autumn
Autumn is also an excellent time to visit the lake. The monsoon is done, but winter has yet to come. Early winter is the best time to go exploring. The sky is bright, and the air is neither too hot nor too chilly. A breathtaking vista of snow-capped peaks beneath a brilliant blue sky. Hiking, trekking, and riding are all excellent activities to partake in during this season.
Everything is at its best, whether it's the beauty of nature, the temperature, the environment, or anything else.
Rara is a beautiful wonderland in the winter. Snow blanket the passes, resulting from bitterly low weather and roadways. It's a curious phenomenon, but the lake never freezes in the winter. You'll be moving above 2000 meters, so it'll be very cold during these months (December – February). There's also a good chance that your hiking plans will be canceled or postponed due to excessive snowfall.
Permits and Entrance Fees for Rara Lake Trip
Travelers are required to obtain two permits before entering the region such as:
- Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS): (10 USD) PP
- Rara National Park Entry Fee: NRP. 1500 (15 USD) PP