Rajasthan, known as ‘The Land of Kings’, is India at its best. The region is home to wandering nomads, camel caravans and encompasses a rich, vibrant culture. Powering through this iconic region, travellers witness ancient forts, lavish palaces, barren deserts and jungles ripe with wildlife, staying in extremely comfortable 5 star hotels; many of which are authentic palace hotels.
The Rajasthan Motorcycle Tours 5 Star promises to be the best way to explore the beauty and natural wonder of the northern region and includes an endless list of must-see treasures. Hunt for glittering jewels in the Great Thar Desert or ride a camel over giant, golden sand dunes. Hustle through the bustle of Bundi’s bazaars or sample the rich cuisines and cocktails of the ‘Venice of the East’.
· Tour on Royal Enfield 500cc Classic Desert storm
· Everything about this tour is 5 star; from the accommodation to level of service provided.
· Only 10 bikes per tour for an extremely personalized and hassle free riding experience.
· Stay in some of Asia’s best authentic palace hotels.
· The roads on this tour are in fantastic condition for the most part and the riding isn’t demanding.
· Visit some of the worlds most awe-inspiring forts and palaces
· You don’t pay for anything once you arrive (except items personal in nature, alcohol.) Your fuel, meals, accommodation, transfers are all included in the cost.
Approx. 6 – 8 hours riding per day
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Day 1: Delhi
Land in Delhi and pick up from airport by one of our team and taken to luxury hotel. We have a luxury car and driver on standby should anyone wish to visit any tourist attractions in the capital.
Day 2: Delhi – Mandawa
A long day drive today in an A/C bus to the starting point of the tour, Mandawa. Once we arrive we check into our resort and introduced to your Royal Enfield.
Day 3: Mandawa – Khimsar
First big ride of the tour takes us through the desert and cruising through stunning scenery. (250km)
Day 4: Khimsar – Jaisalmer
Jaisalmer is a town in the Tharr Desert. Sand Dunes surround the place and it really is like something out of Laurence of Arabia. We will check in to our Hotel for 2 nights stay. (300 km)
Day 5: Jaisalmer
A day to experience something that not many have! Pack a few cushions because for those who want to a camel ride in the desert is on the cards. We will also be exploring the desert a little on our trusty Enfield’s. (100 km)
Day 6: Jaisalmer – Luni
A long ride today will take us to the Meherangarh Fort . In the evening you will get a chance to get on a rickshaw and do some shopping in the Bazaar’s. (300 km)
Day 7: Luni – Kumbalgarh
A leisurely ride today takes to the magnificent Kumbalgarh fort. The mighty fort was always impregnable and never fell to direct assault. We spend the night in a superb fort hotel. (170 km)
Day 8: Kumbalgarh – Udaipur, the Venice of the East
A short ride today takes us to Udaipur, the “city of lakes.” The ancient city of Udaipur is Rajasthan at its best, and you will be awestruck by its many forts, palaces, temples and lively bazaars. (100 km)
Day 9: Udaipur – Bijaipur
Onwards to the Castle at Bijaipur, which is located in the Vindhyanchal Hills at 600 meters above sea level and surrounded by graceful forests. (170km)
Day 10: Bijaipur – Ranthambhore National Park
Another scenic ride today to one of India’s most famous and diverse wildlife parks. (310 km)
Day 11: Ranthambhore National Park
A magical safari day today in this famous National park. We will be searching for one of the most beautiful of all creatures, the illusive Tiger. We are sure to see lots of other animals if a wild tiger is not seen including, Elephant, crocodiles and a snake or two.
Day 12: Ranthambhore – Bharatpur
The last day on you bike today will see us getting a good mixture of country roads and highway to our destination, Bharatpur. Hopefully the roads will give you a chance to say goodbye to your bike in true style. (230 km)
Day 13: Bharatpur – Delhi Via The Taj Mahal
An AC bus will take you back to Delhi today via one of India’s most famous monuments, The Taj Mahal. Once you have had a look at The Taj and the Red Fort it will be onto Delhi and our Hotel for one night.
Day 14: Delhi. Departure
Flights home or onward journey