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Every fort has different stories of struggle to tell. One could remain awed by glaring at ancient structures, but the luster of royal history is not limited to forts and mahals. The turban and embroideries on saree on commoner are notions of fondness for history and culture. Rajasthan stands unique in India where royalty colour the whole city into blue and into pink, architects another to dwell temples and lakes. Beyond the man-made structures, extends the infinite geography; to mild green forests, in the dunes, and in the no-man lands. From the long book centuries, the stories start unfolding at Jaipur. Dream Riders offer you the opportunity to witness this joyous celebration of colours and life. The royal Rajasthan awaits.
You will be accommodated in a twin sharing basis at a 4-star hotels / resorts or swiss tents throughout the tour.
Welcome riders to the city of Jaipur. The team will assist you to check-in and have some leisure time. You meet again in the evening to meet and greet and to discuss the route. Vehicles - check! Riding gears - check! Riding signs - check! You are ready for the ride and peaceful sleep after having a wonderful welcome dinner.
The first morning of your adventure, you proceed to Pushkar. This is one of the very few places in Rajasthan you would find which isn't famous because of a fort. However, one has to be a little sensitive towards its religious and spiritual significance, respect local norms, and keep away from consuming meat products or liquor in and around Pushkar.
After breakfast drive to Jodhpur, the blue city of Brahmins. Today you ride through the panoramic countryside road. You will enjoy the view of local farmers houses and their lifestyle. You also visit the Scholl to see how Indian village students do their studies. After checking in, enjoy the evening walk in a colourful market of old city of Jodhpur.
After a good breakfast, you explore the Blue City. Apart from the old blue city, Jodhpur has grown as a city with wider and cleaner roads in some parts. Visit the architectural masterpiece of 15th century, Mehrangarh Fort, one of the largest in Rajasthan. Later, you visit Sardar Market, the most famous shopping zone of Jodhpur.
Today you drive into the heart of the Thar Desert. The route is a mix of small sand-covered roads or deep sand, requiring plenty of stamina. You pass through very remote, tribal villages. A night in the open-air, amid the dunes in a swiss tent accommodation. Enjoy folk dance and bonfire in the evening.
This day entails a very short ride through the dunes and heading towards Jaisalmer, a historic abode for over 800 years of history. Later you visit Jaisalmer Fort, one of the oldest forts in Rajasthan. It was built in the 12th century lined with windy lanes that housed about 3,000 people inside the fortress. There are ninety-nine inhabited by the generation of families living in the cozy lanes of the old town for the past 500 years.
With that sand safari and Rajasthani breakfast, you ride to Luni, a town famous for the river. Luni was one of the longest rivers once, which now vanishes and fails to reach the sea delta. Enjoy the stylish palace hotel in Luni, which is still a tip for insiders, was recently restored and now run by the Raja and his family. The Raja himself often joins you for a drink in his audience courtyard, and you all warm yourselves by the fire under the stars of a cold, clear desert night.
After breakfast, first you ride to Om Banna Temple, a unique temple where a ghostly Royal Enfield is worshipped. It is believed that it protects the rider from accidents. Soon you will ride through hilly mountains and pure countryside till Jawai. At the heart of the pristine wilderness, where leopards roam wild and free, the landscape is one of the massive granite formations, caves, kopjes, anogeissus scrub and winding sand riverbeds of Jawai. Enjoy the evening jeep safari at Jawai.
After breakfast you depart to Kumbhalgarh. Enter to the Aravelis Mountains. Landscapes; rice fields, semi-tropical flora. En-route visit Ranakpur, visit the Jain temples which are renowned for their marble sculptures. Further, you proceed to majestic mountain-top Fort Kumbhalgarh, one of the true high points of the tour.
It's the day you ride to the most enchanting and memorable tourist destinations, 'Jewel of Mewar' to 'Venice of the East'. The city is adorned with more than 10 natural and manmade lakes, with a myriad of enrapturing beauty, a must-visit destination in Rajasthan. Once there, you can choose to relax at the hotel or venture out in the streets of Udaipur. A visit to the City Palace of Udaipur is highly recommended.
With a ride today, you explore the city of great historical significance as it stands a witness to many battles and legendary tales of valour. Explore nature along the ride of the beautiful pattern of rivers and lakes and some enchanted waterfalls. Bundi was previously called 'Bunda-Ka_Nal'; Nal meaning 'narrow ways'. It is said to derive its name from a former Meena tribe man, Bunda Meena.
You start early on this day to reach the Jaipur Fort, leaving the wild. You will explore the city which hosts several attractions like the City Palace, Govind Dev ji Temple, Vidhan Sabha, Birla Temple, several massive Rajput forts and so on.
Today marks the end of the fabulous journey with a great breakfast. Soon after, you will check out to go back to your lives. Namaste! Bye-Bye!
Besides motorcycle tour, you will also get the chance to enjoy local sightseeing at selected locations, camel ride, Rajasthani folk dance, and leopard jeep safari.
Expert in hosting international tourists, Ronak has handled 27 motorcycle trips so far for various destinations such as Ladakh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Bhutan, summing up to 700 riders.
Hiren is the founder and the director of Dream Riders Mototouring LLP. He has hosted 2,000 riders in the past 10 years. He has conquered Khardung La 60 times and he has traveled Spiti, Bhutan, Ladakh, North East India, and Seven Sisters of India during the last 10 years. Hiren is an expert in trading 'difficult situation' on road.
The tour will start in Jaipur and end in Jaipur, India. You will also get the chance to visit Luni, Jawai, Sam, Jaisalmer, and Kumbhalgarh. The trip covers offbeat destination and routes which are travelled less frequently by the tourist. The destination is majestic as the weather is equally harsh - extremely hot during the daytime and chilling cold at night.
Rajasthan, the land of legends and history, is eager to tell stories of valour and honour. Every fort has different stories of struggle to tell. One could remain awed by glaring at ancient structures, but the luster of royale history is not limited to forts and mahals. The turban and embroideries on saree on commoner are notions of the fondness for history and culture.
Rajasthan stands unique in India where royalty colors the whole city into blue and pink, architects another to dwell temples and lakes. Beyond the man-made structures, extends the infinite geography to explore - into mild green forests, in the dunes, and in the no-man lands.
From the 2,000 kilometers long book, the stories start unfolding in Pushkar. Don't be stranded in the memories of beautiful lakes and Ghat, the roads along the Luni River will seek your attention of its own. As you move forward, camels near the road, the dunes, and dust remind the rider of inching closer city of temples, Barmer.
After praising the 'Jaali' architectures marvels, the engine takes you further on dunes before you stop in the Golden City, Jaisalmer. The temperature could never kill the enthusiasm of camp and camel safari. A further 50-kilometer ride to Sam will overfull your heart with joy.
You would find continental breakfast along with Indian cuisines: Paratha, poha, jalebi, etc. Lunch is served on the way at running restaurants and local food joints with local Rajasthani taste (soup, noodles, vegetable, rice with dal - beans / pulses or based on your choice - meat as per availability). You will be served with chapatis, curry, and rice for dinner along with your routine taste. The food itself reflects the cultural heritage of Rajasthan. The Dream Riders Group suggests you taste Rajasthani food which is vegan and non-vegan meals. For special dietary requirements, it is a good idea to communicate it with the organizer before making a reservation.
Indira Gandhi International Airport
Transfer not provided
Jaipur International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Transfer from and to this airport is available with an additional cost of 10,000 INR. Please contact The Dream Riders Group for more details. If you arrive at Jaipur International Airport (JAI), transfer is included.
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