Experience our Rajasthan Motorbike trip - with the best Add on, the festival of Colors - HOLI. Rajasthan the land of Maharajas offers indeficnite richeness, unique culture and history. The landscape varing from Deserts to mountains and all the stories from the History. Experience the amazing estival of Colors - Holi in India. An event which must be experienced atleast once in our life time. You get a chance to celebrate the same in a typical village named Mandawa, and get closer to the Indian culture.
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It may be ideal to plan your trip to Rajasthan during the festival of Holi, the festival that depicts color, sweetness and joy and welcomes the spring seasonView more
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Warm welcome at the Airport by an Indian Rides representative. From the Airport drive to Mandawa city by Car. Mandawa, a preferred base for travelers to Shekhawati is an 18th century charming little town, with a stronghold of dominant merchant families. Upon arrival at the hotel an introduction of the Team Indian Rides. Evening free to explore the local market. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
After Breakfast the trip starts and we ride off for the very first time together. Drive to Ramgarh, a small village near Mandawa to explore the beautiful Havelis, paintings and the magnificent locations. Lunch at Mehansar followed by a visit to the beautiful castle. Ride back to Mandawa for an evening at leisure. Overnight at your Hotel.
Finally the day has come and everyone is all set to enjoy fully the grand festival, where we can enjoy dancing to the music of the Dhols or drums, as well as enjoy “Bhang”, a sweet concoction made of milk and cannabis. The celebrations continue thru the day as people greet each other with dry ‘Gulal’ n ‘ Abeer’ of the most vibrant colors. It is an ambience of vivaciousness and celebration all around. It is an enthralling experience to be taken away and stored as one of your most precious memories.
Evening at leisure and dinner at the Hotel
After breakfast we drive towards Bikaner, a vibrant, dust swirling desert town, founded in 1488 by Rao Bika, son of Rao Jodha, Jodhpur’s founder, has a fabulous fort with a refreshing outpost feel. Bikaner, the first desert princely state to install electricity as far back as 1886 hosts its world famous three- day Camel Festival around the full moon in January or a very late December. A visit to the famous and historic Fort of Junagarh. Overnight at your Hotel.
After breakfast ride on to Jaisalmer – the golden city of Rajasthan. Jaisalmer, a city that has risen from the dead in the past half century.It is one of Rajasthan’s biggest tourist destinations. Founded way back in 1156 by a leader of the Bhari Rajput clan named Jaisal. The fort of Jaisalmer is a breathtaking sight, a massive sandcastle rising from the sandy plains like a mirage from a bygone era. Enjoy riding the bikes throughout this segment of deserts. Overnight at your Hotel.
Tour around the city; visit the Forts, Havelis and Museums. Lunch on route while driving towards Khuri – The Desert - a small village in the dunes where you can admire the Sun set and have camel ride. Enjoy the most cultural night, at the fullest into the sands. Settle for the night in the desert in the tents.
After Breakfast departing for Pokaran Fort. Stopping for lunch on the way. On arrival a small and leisurely walk in the village. Settling in for an evening at leisure at Fort Pokaran. Overnight at your Hotel.
After Breakfast departing for Chandelao, with a scrumptious lunch on route. Visiting Jodhpur on the way and moving towards Chandelao, driving into the beauty and vastness of the desert.
Chandelao is a quaint and charming village, where you will discover rural India in all its authenticity. A walk on foot to the lake which is the meeting place of rural women who come to fetch water in big pots and jars carrying them on their heads. Men herd their flocks of goats and sheep for a drink at the lake while children play around. Fort Chandelao is surrounded by the village mud houses.
A cooperative of women weavers has been formed in a bid to increase the income of the poor families. Contacting directly with the local artisans, can help find good deals on clothes, shirts, skirts, gifts etc. For dinner during your Motorcycle Adventure Tour of Rajasthan at Chandelao you will be served on the terrace of the fort with spectacular views of the village. The food served will be of exceptional quality comprising of the dishes from the old royal cuisine. Overnight at your Hotel.
After breakfast drive to Ranakpur, a village located on the Sadri – Desuri Road. Visit the very famous Jain Temple in and around this village. Relax at night at the Ranakpur safari Resort.
Riding post breakfast to the beautiful and romantic city of Udaipur, a city unmatched in its beauty and royalty in the whole of Rajasthan. Biking around this city will make you fall in love with the route and the beauty that surrounds it. The fantastic palaces, temples, havelis and its countless narrow, crooked, colorful streets add to city’s natural charm. The shimmering Lake Pichhola, with the Ochre and purple ridges of the wooded Aravali Hills stretching away in every direction are a sight to behold. Tagged once as “the most romantic spot of the continent of India” in 1892 and founded in 1568 by Maharaja Udai Singh II. Evening at leisure and overnight at the Hotel.
After breakfast, a guided tour of the city. Visiting the Temples, City palace, the museum, various Havelis. Shopping for mementoes. Overnight at your Hotel.
After breakfast, depart for Bijapur – Via Chittorgarh. The fort of Chittorgarh is one of the greatest forts in Rajasthan. It rises from the plains like a huge rock island, nearly 6 km long and surrounded on all sides by 150 ms plus cliffs. Wandering around this plateau on top is like being on an island in the sky, or a gigantic boat, dotted with a collection of sublimely beautiful stone buildings. Riding further on the bikes towards Bijiapur, which is a fantastically set 16th century palace apparently plucked from the whimsy of Udaipur and dropped into a rural retreat. A great place to settle down with a good book, compose a fairy tale fantasy and just laze around. A pleasant garden courtyard to refresh your senses and an airy restaurant serving Rajasthani food to satiate the hunger pangs.
Overnight at your Hotel.
After a refreshing breakfast, drive to Pachewar Fort. It has a magnetism all its own and is quite unlike anywhere else in Rajasthan. Biking would surely amaze you here.
Overnight at your Hotel.
After breakfast, drive down to the capital of Rajasthan into the pink city of Jaipur. The last lap of your tour of Rajasthan. Jaipur is an enthralling historical city and the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state. The city’s colorful, chaotic streets ebb and flow with a heavy brew of old and new. It is named after its founder, the great warrior and astronomer Jai Singh II, who came to power at the tender age 11 after the death of his father, Maharaja Bishan Singh. Dinner and a surprise today evening
A chance to visit the Royal Enfield Store.
After breakfast, a guided tour of Jaipur. A visit to the splendid monuments : The City Palace and Museum, Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), the Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the Jantar Mantar, the fabulous astronomical observatory. Overnight relax and rejuvenate at your Hotel.
After breakfast, a car drive to Agra. Lunch on route to Agra. The magical allure of Taj Mahal draws tourists to Agra like moths to a flame. The legacy of the Mughal empire has left a magnificent fort and a liberal sprinkling of fascinating tombs and mausoleums. In 1501 Sultan Sikander lodi established his capital here, but the city fell into Mughal hands in 1526, when emperor Babur defeated the last Lodi Sultan at Panipat.
Visit Taj Mahal the white marble building at the edge of the river Yamuna made by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal
Overnight at the Hotel.
Departure for Delhi, as per flight schedule.