Nomadic Knights

Established in 2006, Nomadic Knights strives to discover the vibrant energy and beauty of India with travel plans in the north and south, providing everyone with an unforgettable journey.

  • Bangalore, India
Limited availability

Speaks English

from US$4,230
from US$4,230
Price for:

14 days / 13 nights

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Alex Pirie

Alex is the founder, owner, and guide of Nomadic Knights. Anything that is related to a motorbike has become his passion in life. He relocated to India in 2008 and continued spending his days sharing the history and treasures of the country with people who want to meet themselves on the road and discover their own piece of heaven. He's taken a hundred people with him on his motorbike adventures.

Testimonials

  • Review by Dave Currie

    "I took the India's Lost World trip. This is not an adventure for the faint-hearted. It is extremely demanding but at the same time rewarding. I have found that the harder the trip the more memorable it is. My trip lasted for 14 days with 2000 kilometers of some of the most unforgiving roads, beautiful scenery, friendly people of The Seven States of North East India. Do you want something different? Go sign up for this mind-blowing adventure!"

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  • Review by Scott Niven

    "Having just completed the India's Lost World recce trip with Alex and his team, I have to say what a fantastic adventure it was. Traveling from one state into another and seeing how thing's change from the local people, the scenery, and the food was a great experience. They say that travel broadens the mind, this trip will blow your mind. "

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  • Review by Ray Cruttenden

    "I have to say that the trip I did with you lads last year in North India was absolutely amazing, most of which I have to say was down to you. You’re definitely up for the crack and you know your way around the Himalayas. Any problems we had, you were there to sort them out. I will be booking another trip with you this year."

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