Nepal is a small and a landlocked country. Situated between the two most powerful and developed nation- India and china, Nepal is an underdeveloped country rich in natural resources. Though as already written, Nepal is a landlocked country and you cannot dream to sleep at the beach and flaunt your summer body.
Spring not only brings new life but also the festival of Holi, a Hindu festival also known as Fagu Purnima, celebrated on a full-moon day at the end of the month of Falgun, which falls between mid-February and mid-May.
Hurtling down dirt roads on a mountain bike and getting an adrenaline rush is the biggest thrill for mountain bikers. And Nepal is just the country for such high spirited people adventure seekers. Beginning right here in the Kathmandu valley, there are endless possibilities for bikers.
Nepal’s history dates back to the time of the Gopalas and Mahishapalas who are believed to have been the earliest rulers of the valley with their capital at Matatirtha, the south-west corner of the Kathmandu Valley. They were ousted by the Kirantis around the 7th or 8th Century B.C. The Kirantis are said to have ruled the valley for many centuries. Their famous King Yalumber is even mentioned in the epic, ‘Mahabharat’. Around 300 A.D.