BIKING IN INDIA

        The romance of India is best experienced on the quaint country roads, where you witness the simplicities and eccentricities of Indian rural life. Cycling on these country roads makes for the perfect pace to soak in the sights and sounds of this mysterious land.

Pedal into Rajasthan to relive the old world charm while you ride atop your two-wheeled steed from one erstwhile fort/palace turned heritage hotel to another. Or, ride through tropical forests, coconut and coffee plantations, serene backwaters and lush green hills in southern India. Each destination in the country will provide you an amazing and unique experience, completely different from any other.

These are our India biking tours for the year 2014-15. We can also customise bike trips in any part of India for individuals, clubs and charities.

Colours of Rajasthan (11 Days)                                   Guided Tour                                     Daily Departures: October to March
The timeless mystery and beauty of Rajasthan can be experienced through this cycling journey. As well as visiting magnificent sites like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ranakpur, Kumbhalgarh and Udaipur, we also cycle to lesser known jewels like Khimsar to explore the great Thar Desert and Jojawar to discover the rural India and the colourful people who make it so unique.

Starting From US$ 1815           Easy to Moderate           Bike Rental: Included             View Details on our Cycling Website

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Rajasthan - Culture & Wildlife (11 Days)                          Guided Tour                              Daily Departures: October to March
India is a land associated not just with its thousands of year old rich culture, but also for its abundant wildlife. In this cycling journey, we will visit the well-known cultural centres of Delhi, Agra, Karauli, Pushkar and Jaipur. For wildlife, we will cycle to Keoloadeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Kaila Devi and Ramthanbore National Parks.

Starting From US$ 1777           Easy to Moderate            Bike Rental: Included             View Details on our Cycling Website

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A Ride through Kumaon Himalayas (9 Days)                           Guided Tour                     Daily Depatures: September to April
Right from the coquettish charms of the sparkling Rhododendrons to the sombreness of stately Deodars, the beauty of Kumaon is best explored on the quaint rural roads atop a bicycle. The highlights of this tour are magnificent views of Himalayan peaks, cycling through quaint villages, valleys and forests and close interaction with friendly village folks.

Starting From US$ 1828                Moderate                 Bike Rental: Included                  View Details on our Cycling Website

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Ladakh - The Little Tibet (10 Days)                                 Guided Tour                                Daily Departures: May to September
It is a truly awe-inspiring ride as we pedal through the cold high altitude desert. A land of extremes with brown mountains and blue waters, burning sun and freezing winds, glaciers and sand dunes, it is hard to distinguish between reality and fantasy in this mystical land. The unforgiving yet beautiful landscape, the isolated yet elaborate monasteries, and the weathered yet spiritual people are bound to make this your most memorable ride ever.

Starting From US$ 1772              Challenging                   Bike Rental: Included              View Details on our Cycling Website

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Serene Kerala (11 Days)                                            Guided Tour                                          Daily Departures: October to March
This cycling tour of Kerala includes culture, spice mountains, wildlife, backwaters and remote villages - all in a short span of 11 days. The trip not only offers an amazing scenery and a great cycling route but also allows you a peep into the local life of laid back Kerala.

Starting From US$ 1865             Easy to Moderate           Bike Rental: Included              View Details on our Cycling Website
 
      
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