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Some travelers are looking for something more than just a motorcycle ride; an authentic experience with reliable motorcycles, comfortable accommodation, and nothing to worry about. For those who are looking for experiences beyond a typical motorcycle tour, this motorcycle holiday qualifies to be called not just a trip but a journey to remember forever. Aboriginal Tours endeavors to give their guests an experience of a lifetime.
During this tour, you will be accommodated in shared double rooms or tents with a twin share.
At about 07:00, you shall be boarding a bus / coach from your partner hotel in New Delhi to Bharatpur. This 4 to 5-hour journey will bring you to arrive in Bharatpur at about 12:00. After lunch, you shall be having an exhaustive briefing regarding the riding conditions and safety.
Early morning, you can visit the Keoladeo Ghana National Park and do some bird watching. Soon after breakfast, you shall be doing a "familiarization" ride (in an effort to know your bike better and to get familiar with its controls and the riding conditions in India) to Deeg where you will also visit the beautiful palace. The rest of the evening is free for leisure.
After breakfast, you'll kick-start your motorcycle tour and head towards Jaipur, the state capital of Rajasthan.
The day is yours for sightseeing and Jaipur has a lot to offer in that field. A bus coach and an English guide will take you around the most popular spots from 08:30 to 16:30.
Leaving Jaipur, you'll head southwest on NH 8 towards Ajmer to the town of Pushkar, a holy town famous for its lake as well as various ghats and temples spread all around it.
After breakfast, you’ll saddle-up yet again for a 215-kilometer ride to the city of Jodhpur. Today's ride will take you through some village roads of Rajasthan.
The day is yours to visit the places of interest like the Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada, or the bazaars around the clock tower.
After breakfast, it'll be time to bid adieu to “the blue city” and take your journey further south towards Ranakpur, a small town located in a wooded valley on the western side of the Aravali range, famous for the white marble Jain temple with intricate carvings. Your final destination today will be a small village of Kelwara situated 6 kilometers from Kumbhalgarh.
The Mewar fortress of Kumbhalgarh is a remarkable battlement surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary and home to a very large variety of wildlife. Some of which are highly endangered species. This impregnable fort fell only once to the combined forces of 4 kingdoms including Emperor Akbar. After visiting the Kumbhalgarh Fort, you’ll be proceeding to Udaipur, the city of lakes.
Udaipur, a tourist's delight as it is, will most likely have you spending the entire day visiting all it has to offer. The evening will be a great time to absorb the stunning views of the “Pichola Lake” from the sunset point or one of the numerous roof-top restaurants lining the "ghats" around the lake and reminiscing the past few days after you left Bharatpur, as the sun sets.
Heading northeast from Udaipur, today’s ride will take you to the spectacular fort of Chittorgarh, one of the most romantic of Rajasthan’s fortifications. After a ride to the fort, you’ll continue further towards the village of Bijapur. However, before arriving at your destination of the day, you'll first take a short detour to enjoy some scenic village roads in the region.
About 150 kilometers northeast of Bijaipur lies the quaint town of Bundi. A site of yet another impressive fort, the Taragarh, it is also known particularly for its architectural note seen in its ornate forts, palaces, and step-well reservoirs known as “baoris”.
Today’s destination lies further northeast of Bundi and is home to the famous Royal Bengal tigers. Situated in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, Ranthambhore was formerly the hunting grounds for the Maharajahs of Jaipur before Indian independence. Ranthambhore, now a Project Tiger reserve since 1973, is also home to other major wild animals including leopards, nilgais, dholes, wild boars, sambars, hyenas, sloth bears, chitals, and a variety of birds and reptiles. Soon after arriving, you'll head out again for a safari through the national park.
Today, you’ll saddle-up one last time and head back to Bharatpur. Having gone around the best of South & East Rajasthan, you’ll be “homing” back to this bird sanctuary. Tonight’s dinner will be a farewell dinner.
Today, it'll be time to say goodbye to the Royal Enfields and Rajasthan. After breakfast, you’ll be boarding a bus coach for the last leg of this journey. However, the first stop of the day will be the city of Agra where you will see the most spectacular of the monuments on this tour, the Taj Mahal. From Agra, you shall proceed to New Delhi at about 17:00.
This motorcycle tour will start and end in New Delhi and will cover several interesting spots in the state of Rajasthan, India. They include Bharatpur, Deeg, Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodhpur, Kelwara, Udaipur, Bijaipur, Bundi, and Ranthambhore National Park.