(8 Nights / 09 Days)
Away from the busy tourist trail is the rustic and rural Rajasthan. This cycling journey through back roads of Rajasthan explores the small villages nestling happily on the rugged terrains and introduces from close quarters the people who inhabit them. Wrinkled tree thickets, rustic huts with their thatched roofs, drooping camels chewing fodder, women cleaning their courtyards or designing the mud walls with plasters of clay, cow dung and hay and ever-smiling children is what these villages are all about.
This journey is ideal for cyclists looking to explore beyond the iconic monuments, as we uncover the real and un-spoilt rural Rajasthan.
CYCLING: Daily cycling ranges between 50 to 70 kilometers. If any group member wishes to cycle less, they may hop on to the support vehicle for a part of the journey.
TERRAIN: In Rajasthan most of the roads are asphalt, however, in small villages, the roads are either broken or have been cobbled, thus making it difficult to use road bikes. Mostly along rustic rural lanes where there is little or no traffic, you get to experience rural India at its best. There are occasional stretches of busier roads as well, however, we provide 100% support vehicle to give you a lift if you would rather not ride on these sections. Towards the end of the tour you will gradually ride uphill as you reach Aravalli hills. You will experience Rajasthan countryside firsthand and encounter pink-turbaned men, women carrying fodder in colorful skirts and camel carts plying along the roads.
WEATHER: January to mid-April and October to December is the best time to cycle in Rajasthan. Average temperatures range from max of 25°C and minimum of 7°C. The desert sun is not so intense and the days are cool and pleasant, perfect for cycling. The mornings and evenings are generally cool and mild; however, January and late December can be very cold. There is no humidity and little or no rain can be expected. May, June, July and August are extremely hot and not recommended for cycling. For detailed travel kit recommendations, please refer to our FAQ section.
Tour Cost :- 52,000/- Per Person (In Indian Rupees )
Tour Type: GUIDED WITH SUPPORT VEHICLE ( AC Innova )
Bike Hire: INCLUDED
Cycling: 7 DAYS (APPROX 450 KM)
Tour Start / End: Udaipur / Jodhpur
Group Size: 2 TO 10 PEOPLE
Given Below: THE ITINERARY , INCLUSIONS / EXCLUSIONS , HOTEL DETAILS , TRIP NOTES
UDAIPUR – KUMBHALGARH – RANAKPUR – SANSARI – KHAIRWA- JODHPUR
Day 1: Udaipur
Arrive in Udaipur today. Founded in 1553, Udaipur was once the capital of the Mewar State and a major trade centre in the 16th century due to its location on the ancient silk route. Overnight and dinner at hotel.
Day2:Udaipur – kumbhalgarh
This morning we will explore the city palace, second largest palace in Rajasthan . Afterwards, we will cycle to kumbhalgarh. Cradled in the cluster of thirteen mountain peaks of the Aravalli ranges, the formidable medieval Kumbhalgarh Fort stands a wary sentinel to the past glory.
Cycling 40-50 KM.
Day 3: Kumbhalgarh To Ranakpur
Today we explore the region around kumbhalgarh. This is rural Rajasthan where you will come across Bhil hamlets. This morning we cycle to Ranakpur. Built in the 15th century, Ranakpur temples are very well preserved and one of the most holy places for Jain pilgrimage. These temples lie in a remote and peaceful valley of the Aravali range.
Cycling 60-70 KM
Day 4: Ranakpur To Sansari
Cycle to your next destination, the Sansari .. The countryside with its lively villages and smiling village folk will make you stop by and interact with them.
Cycling 40-50 KM
Day 5: Sansari
Today we will cycle around the countryside of Sansari. The country around Sansari boasts of very interesting landscapes, with the picturesque Aravalli Hills. The camel herding Rabaris are an ethnic group only to be found around Sansari and you will cycle to their homesteads.
Cycling 40-50 Km.
Day : 6 Sansari To Khairwa
Today we will Cycle to Kherwa. The majestic Kherwa is the ancestral home of the landowners of the area and has been tastefully converted into a heritage hotel.
Day 7: Khairwa to Jodhpur
Cycle to your next destination, the Jodhpur . Jodhpur city was founded in 1459 by Rao Jodha, a Rajput chief of the Rathore clan. Jodha succeeded in conquering the surrounding territory and thus founded a state which came to be known as Marwar
Day 8: Jodhpur
This morning we will enjoy a sightseeing tour of Jodhpur (non-cycling) visiting the Mehrangarh fort, Jaswant Thada and ummed Bhawan Palace.
Day 09: Jodhpur – Onward Journey
Today you will be taken to Jodhpur airport for your flight to Delhi or Mumbai to connect with your international flight.
We will be pleased to make additional arrangements and suggest things to see and places to stay should you wish to extend your stay in India. This could be a non-cycling tour as well. Ask us for optional add-on tours by writing to us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation on twin-share basis in the mentioned hotels or similar
Any extra expenses incurred for reasons beyond our control such as emergency evacuation, natural calamity, etc
Any other item not specifically mentioned above as INCLUDED
A SUPPLEMENT, AS CHARGED BY HOTELS, WILL BE APPLICABLE ON TOURS BETWEEN DEC 20 TO JAN 10 AND DURING MAJOR FESTIVALS.
THESE PRICES ARE VALID TILL MARCH
Rajasthan Adventure Tours
Office no. 108. 1st floor I/s. Surajpol, Behind police station, Amal ka Kanta, Udaipur-313001 (Raj.) India