Day 1 :- Delhi-
Arrive at delhi international airport, on arrival meet our representative. After he will take you to the hotel and help you for check in formalities. After check in proceed for delhi sightseeing and visit – old and new delhi monuments as per itinerary, after sightseeing back to hotel, evening dinner at city side restaurant . Overnight stay at hotel
Day 2 :- Delhi- Udaipur ( Bike Tour Starting point ) lunch at city side restaurant
( Udaipur was founded in 1553, by Maharana Udai Singh II in the fertile circular Girwa Valley to the southwest of Nagda, on the Banas River. The city was established as the new capital of the Mewar kingdom. )
Arrive at Udaipur airport. Meet & Greet to our representative after proceed to hotel. On arrival check in to the hotel . later proceed for local sightseeing and visit – city palace, jagdish temple, saheliyon ki bari. ( As Per Booked on itinerary ). After sightseeing come back to hotel. Evening Start short biking trip near by hotel area where you will get to know your bikes as well. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel
Day 3 :- Udaipur To Ranakpur (Aranyawas. Approx 90 km. )
After Breakfast . we will leave for Aranyawas – an hotel set amidst the lush forest around the Kumbhalgarh sanctuary . we will indulge in a very interesting village walk en-route . it’s enjoyable. after reaching Aranyawas , we check in at our hotel , have a leisurely lunch, & after a little lay- off we shall visit some ‘ Bhil “ tribe’s dwelling. Dinner & overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4 :- Aranyawas to Bhadrajun ( Enroute Visit Ranakpur Jain Temple )
Today after breakfast, we will start our cycling from hotel and will do cycling for approx 65 Kms to Bhadrajun. The village “Subhadrajun” (now Bhadrajun) was inhabited about more than 5,000 years ago. According to Hindu mythology that Era was called “Treta Yug” which consider with the Maha-Bharat times, this was one of the greatest battle fought in India. It is believed that the greatest warrior of that age “Arjun” an archer fell in love with “Subhadra” the sister of Lord Krishna and his elder brother “Balaram”. Arjun was one of the five brothers of Pandavas. They were under going a sentence where they had to stay in the Jungles for 11 years and stay hidden for the last one year. This love affair started when the last year of the Sentence was going on; hence Arjun and Subhadra had to marry without being identified by any body. Lord Krishna knew that the Saint (Arjun was disguised as a Saint) is non else but Arjun. He had no objection to this marriage; hence asked both of them to quickly move away from Dwarika, the pilgrim of Hindus in western India, so that they will have no problem getting married. Both the lovers moved as fast as they could in a twin-horse driven chariot for three nights and two days non stop to reach this valley where the village Bhadrajun is situated to-day. Those days this valley had no inhabitants hence it was safe to stay and take some rest. The eloped coupled got married here in this valley with the help of a priest (purohit). Since Subhadra and Arjun got married in the valley, after some time, people started settling in this valley and then this village was named as “Subhadrajun” and later abbreviated to “Bhadrajun”. The priest performed the ceremony and hence Arjun gave him a ‘Conch Shell’ (Shankh) and Subhjadra gave him her ‘Nose Ring’ (bali) and there by the priest’s village was named as ‘Shankhwali’ which exists even today. We have a very old temple of Subhadra Goddess (Devi) in a valley behind the hill in the same range of mountains.
We will have our packed lunch after 35-40 KMS of cycling .After lunch we start cycling again for Bhadrajun. We will reach Bhadrajun late afternoon , On arrival check in to the hotel. Overnight stay will be in Bhadrajun fort.
Day 5 :- Bhadrajun To Sansari ( adventure farm Camping )
After breakfast we start bike ride from Bhadrajun & Head towards Sansari on the way we will again see a wide array of rural life which is awesome as it is really very ethnic. Lunch will be en-route. after passing through villages & country towns, today’s biking culminates at the beautiful Village “ Sansari ( Thikana’s of solanki Rajputs) . The ancestors of this family originally lived in Gujrat and were descended from Raja TRIBHUVAN PAL the last soalnki king of Gujrat ( 1241/1244), but at the end of the 15th century , they were forced from their lands and under Raja Deep singh solanki they settled near Bhinai in the Ajmer district , later Thakur Bhoj Singh migrated and settled in lach village in Sirohi District , but was killed by the Rao of Sirohi in the last of 17 battles, who took control of that village. Soon afterwards, the solanki’s lost control of their territories in Rajasthan and settled at kumbhalgarh during the reign of maharana Raimal of Mewar ( 1473/1509), who granted them the pargana of Deshuri, ( Roopnagar) as well as 363 villages of Godwar and Mewar , For ridding that district of some troublesome Madrecha Chouhan rajputs who refused to obey the Maharana , Thakur Sanwant singh divided his territory amongst his sons, with Thakur Khet singh receiving Siryari as his appanga.
Thakur Bhopat singh. Thakur of sansari, son of thakur Singha singh of Siryari and great- grandson of Thakur Sanwant singh of Roopnagar, he lost control of Siryari and in compensation, he was granted the thikana of Sansari in Udaipur in 1607 by thakur Aaskaran Solanki of Jojawar. Dinner and night stay at camp.
Day 6 :- Sansari Excursion Maayli Mata and Basor tribal village.
Today after Morning Breakfast Move out from camp and proceed to sansari village excursion and – Visit The camel herding Rabaris are an ethnic group only to be found around This areas and we will ride to their homesteads. And enjoy with local religion, culture and their feastivals after proceed and visit Mayli Mata Temple. will have our lunch at mayli mata temple. After lunch back to camp en-route visit Basor tribal village. After ride back to camp. Day at leisure. Evening visit sunset point ( Mata Magri ). Dinner & overnight stay at the camp.
Day 7 :- Sansari To Auwa
Today after Morning Breakfast Move check out from camp and proceed to Auwa. Auwa is a village in the Marwar Junction tehsil of Pali district in Rajasthan, India. The village is situated 13 km from Marwar Junction railway station.
Auwa has an ancient temple of Lord Shiva(Kameshwar Mahadev) on its outskirts, which is believed to have been constructed in the 11th century AD. The village is known for siege of the Auwa fort by British forces in 1857 when various Thakurs of Pali region under the stewardship of Thakur Kushal Singh of Auwa confronted the British. Auwa fort was surrounded by the British army and the conflict lasted many days. The fort and village still carry the scars of that siege. Captain Mason was shot dead on the way to Auwa and his cut head was hung at the fort gate. The British destroyed the fort and the palace. Even temples and their idols were not spared. The statue of the goddess Mahakali brought to Ajmer is still kept in the Ajmer Museum. A still existent cenotaph was raised Mason where he fell in battle. The fort has today been converted into a hotel Enroute Visit guda bhim singh and local villages. On arrival at Auwa check in to the hotel. After check in finish your lunch day at leisure. Evening visit Auwa Village. Dinner & overnight stay at the Auwa .
Day 8 :- Auwa To Jodhpur
Today after Morning Breakfast Move check out from Auwa and proceed to . Enroute Visit guda bhim singh and local villages. On arrival at Auwa check in to the hotel. After check in finish your lunch day at leisure. Evening visit Auwa Village. Dinner & overnight stay at the Auwa .
Day 9 Jodhpur ( Tour End)
Today after early morning breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Jodhpur airport for your onwards jouney.