Enjoy and admire the landscape on two wheels with a mix of everything that Rajasthan has to offer to a traveler. The mighty forts, majestic palaces, the abundant Havelis and village folk performing their arts full of vibrant colors and traditions of one the most culturally rich people in the world.
The melancholy of the landscape elevates as the lake-side is brought to life with the glory of the setting sun. Traversing through this “royal” state on a bicycle is an exhilarating excursion.
Day 01 Arrive in 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 half day sightseeing and visit-
Red Fort : Built by Shahjahan, the builder of Taj Mahal in Agra, The construction lasted from 1639 to 1648 (Monday Closed) Old Fort: Monday Only.
Rajghat : The simple square platform of black marble marks the place where the father of the Nation, Mahatama Gandhi was cremated.
Humayun’s Tomb : Built by Humayun’s widow, Queen Haji Begum in the 16th centuary, it is supposed to be the prototype of the Taj Mahal at Agra.
After sightseeing back to hotel, dinner and Overnight stay at hotel
Day 02 : Delhi – Jaipur (ALL MEALS ) Cycling Tour Start ( by Flight )
Arrival at Jaipur Airport then after drop to the hotel. On arrival heck in to the hotel after proceed for half day city sightseeing and visit- city palace, jagdish., Hawa mahal and jal Mahal. After sightseeing lunch at city side restaurant. After lunch back to hotel and take rest. Evening take short ride for warm up and check your biks gear and set them according to you. Dinner and overnight stay at jaipur .
Day 03 : Jaipur – (ALL MEALS)
Jaipur serves as a great city to explore by cycle . With charming walled city decorated with historic pink stucco buildings ; surrounded by hilltop forts , lovely hills and scrub forest ,charming villages and remote temples & shines villages ; Cycling is the best way to discover the lesser knows attractions of Jaipur and its pristine country side . Today Early Morning breakfast and ready to cycling trip. Morning Cycle Tour is an interesting way to explore the ancient culture and architecture of Jaipur on a bike. Hop on a bike and maneuver the streets like a Jaipurite through the old Havelis (Private Mansions) and sacred Temples within the streets of walled city of Jaipur. Participate in the morning prayers with the devotees in the palace temples. Dinner and overnight stay at jaipur .
Day 4: Jaipur To Kishangarh ( Approx 100 km 2-3 hours) ALL MEALS )
After breakfast, we check out from hotel and drive for approx. 40-50 kms to reach the countryside to avoid Highway and traffic and then you can start Cycling for Kishangarh . Kishangarh is a city and a municipality in Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is the birthplace of the Kishangarh style of painting, which is known for the beautiful depiction of a courtesan known as Bani Thani. In recent years, Kishangarh State was founded by the Jodhpur prince Kishan Singh in 1609.Prior to the rule of Kishan Singh this area was ruled by Maharaja Samokhan Singh who was a distant relative of Kishan Singh’s family. Kishangarh was the capital of the eponymous princely state during the British Raj, which was located in the Rajputana Agency.
Enroute pack lunch After lunch again ride toward kishngarh . On arrival check in to the kishangarh hotel . Evening Visit Kishangarh Village . Dinner and night stay at Hotel.
Day 5 :- Kishangarh To Kurki ( Approx 100 /2-3 hours )
Today after Morning Breakfast Move out from hotel and proceed to Kurki- Kurki is a Village in Jaitaran Tehsil in Pali District of Rajasthan State, India. It belongs to Jodhpur Division. In the 11th century, Kurki was granted by Rao Viramdeo, ruler of Merta, to his younger brother, Ratan Singh ji. Thakur Ratan Singh ji had his daughter, Meera Bai, the illustrious Saint. Later the Thikana went to various dynasties. Finally it was granted to Thakur sahib Bahadur Singh ji by Maharaja Bakhat Singhji of Marwar for his gallantry in the war against the Maratha Army led by Jai Apa Scindia in 1816. Kurki is also birth palace of Meera Bai. Meera, also known as Meera Bai or Mirabai, was a 16th-century Hindu mystic poet and devotee of Krishna. She is a celebrated Bhakti saint, particularly in the North Indian Hindu tradition. Meera Bai was born into a Rajput royal family of Kudki. Thousands of devotional poems in passionate praise of Lord Krishna are attributed to Meera in the Indian tradition,
Evening visit Meera bai temple and Kurki Fort. Dinner & overnight stay at the camp.
Day6: Kurki to Sansari ( 150 KM / 3 h -10 m ) ALL MEALS
After breakfast, we check out from hotel and drive for approx. 80-90 kms to reach the countryside to avoid Highway and traffic and then We will cycle through some beautiful, rural tribal villages well off the normally used tracks. The local populations rarely see westerners and greet them with curious smiles. Sansari is situated at the foothills of the tenacious Aravallis. Overnight Stay and Dinner will be at the Rustic Adventure Camp .
Day6: Sansari to Bhadrajun – ( 100 KM / 2 h -10 m ) ALL MEALS
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.
Day7: Bhadrajun to Korta escape ( Approx 90 km/ 2 h 10 min . ALL MEALS)
Today ride past small villages, mountains straight toward our next destination ‘ korta ’
Korta is a small hamlet situated in south west Rajasthan, A visit to Korta Escape is blissfully rejuvenating , here its so serenely and tranquil that time almost stops. The Korta Escape was established in the year 2005 as an ideal retreat destination for those who like to get away from the daily stress of modern living set amidst the peaceful Aravali Range of Mountains and surrounded by serene farmlands and small villages, a stay here allows you to experience Royal Rajasthan in a very unique way amidst the nature and locations. Overnight stay will be in korta Escape .
Day8 Korta Escapr to Jolpur ( Approx 150 km/ 3 h 30 min . ALL MEALS)
Today after breakfast, we will start our cycling from hotel straight towards Jolpur , Jolpur An abode in the midst of Aravallies and a rare glittering jewel in the land of Gods. Gives u opportunity to explore wilderness.
Dinner & overnight stay will be at the hotel.
Day9: Jolpur to Udaipur
This morning after breakfast We will cycle through some beautiful, rural tribal villages well off the normally used tracks. Around 30-40 km. then after lod bikes on vehicle and straight toward drive to Udaipur. On arrival chek in to the hotel. Late Evening visit Jagdish Temple after enjoy culture show at Bagore ki haveli .
Farewell Dinner at lake side restaurant & overnight stay will be at the hotel.
Day10: UDAIPUR DEPARTURE
Today after breakfast check out from hotel and visit city palace after visit proceed to Udaipur airport and for your onward journey.