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RD INDIA’S CYCLING TOUR! If you’re cycling buff and willing to unleash your cycling enthusiasm, India is often a paradise for people such as you. This place accommodates serene landscapes and spellbinding climate, best for cycling geeks. If you’re set to grant your adventure spirit a new edge, sport in India offers you a chance to satisfy it. we tend to ar perpetually giving cycling adventure buffs difficult safe and visually stimulating cycling expertise in India. whether or not you’re a causative vacation cyclist or a tough core enthusiast who likes to challenge Desert and Rural villages of Rajasthan (Rajasthan cycling Tours), mighty mountains of Ladakh cycling Tour in India is for you. Currently we are offering this

DAY 01: Arrive Delhi(No cycling today)

On your arrival at Delhi International airport, you shall be met by our officials who will transfer you to the hotel.

Overnight Stay in Delhi.

DAY 02: In Delhi(No cycling today)

Have breakfast in the hotel. Follow it up with full day sightseeing tour of both Delhi via metro or auto-rickshaw. Have a glimpse of the splendid architecture of Old Delhi built by late emperor Shah Jahan.. Visit the biggest mosque of India- Jama Masjid, which was Shah Jahan’s place to experience serenity and offer prayers to the Almighty. It took almost six years to complete building the mosque which features three gateways and two towering minarets standing tall at 40m. You shall be taken aback with the fact that around 25,000 worshippers can offer prayers at the same time in this majestic mosque. Not only this, one can even have a panoramic view of the colonial Delhi from the top of southern minaret. The visitors shall be then moved to seeing monuments in New Delhi like Humayun’s Tomb, Lotus Temple and QutubMinar. After the tour, the travelers shall be allowed to stay back in Old Delhi for some time and later meet with rest of the group and back to Hotel.

Overnight Stay in Delhi.

DAY 03- Delhi to Udaipur(No cycling today)

Have breakfast in the hotel. Set out of the hotel and board the flight to Udaipur. On arrival in Udaipur, you shall be transferred to the hotel. Spend leisure time during the afternoon. Enjoy the evening watching sunset during a boat cruise in Lake Pichola.

Overnight Stay in Udaipur.

DAY 04- In Udaipur(No cycling today)

Have breakfast in the hotel. Follow it up with full day sightseeing. If you wish to experience a cool breeze of air in hot regions of Udaipur, then come over to experience the serenity of delightful Pichola Lake, FatehSagar Lake and picturesque Jaisamand Lake. Go on exploring the City Palace that towers over the Pichola Lake. Although the construction was started by Maharana Uday Singh, however, it was the other Maharanas who added several palaces to the complex. The Hati Pol and Bari Pol, the main gates of entrance to this Palace are quite famous. Moving on, you can experience the warmth of royal luxury as you walk along the corridors of FatehPrakash Palace which display large paintings of the Mewarschool. Yet another reason to visit Udaipur is to get accustomed with the beautiful Lake Palace whose image lies in the middle of the lake. The mind blowing and intricate craftsmanship with ethnic themes as well as use of textile and handicrafts all over accentuate the beauty of the palace. Don’t miss visiting Jagdish temple and Saheliyon kibari. Return to the hotel.

Overnight Stay in Udaipur

DAY 05: Udaipur – Kumbhalgarh(Approx 40KMS of cycling)

After breakfast, we tend to check out from hotel and drive for approx. 60kms to achieve the rural area to avoid highway and traffic then you’ll be able to begin cycling for Kumbhalgarh. we are going to pass through a picturesque. we are going to have our lunch midway. You’ll visit Kumbhalgarh fort within the evening or next day morning. Kumbhalgarh Fort is a Mewar fortress engineered during the course of the fifteenth century by RanaKumbha enlarged through the 19th century. Kumbhalgarh is additionally the birthplace of Maharana Pratap the great king and warrior of Mewar. The walls of the fort of Kumbhalgarh extend over thirty eight kilometre and claimed to be the second-longest continuous wall .

Overnight Stay in Kumbhalgarh

DAY 06: Kumbhalgarh - Ranakpur(Approx 50KMS of cycling)

After breakfast, we tend to begin cycling from Kumbhlagarh hotel to Ranakpur hotel, enroute visit known Ranakpur Temple. Ranakpur is widely far-famed for its marble Jain temple, said to be the foremost spectacular of the Jain temples. it’s dedicated Rishabha, conjointly referred to as Adinatha, is that the ancient founding father of Jainism. we are going to have lunch midway. overnight keep and dinner are going to be in Ranakpur.

Overnight Stay in Ranakpur

Day 07: Ranakpur - Korta(Approx 75KMS of Cycling)

Today is scheduled for a long day in saddles, we tend to journey from Ranakpur to Korta taking us across a piece of land of verdant jungle that borders the foothills of the Aravalli vary. Passing through local villages full of color and noise we tend to traverse the agricultural beauty as we tend to head for the picturesque village of Korta, historically home to members of the Rabari sect. Legend has it that the men of the Rabari married the daughters of the gods, instead of mortal girls, earning them the epithet of Rabari (the goers out of the path). Once nomadic, they’re by tradition camel herders, the men traveling huge distances with their herds in search of grazing land, while the ladies stay at home and run the villages. Worshippers of the goddess Mata devi, they’re a robust and proud folks and their women wear distinctive black headscarves and heavy brass earrings. within the evening we’ll visit local villages and can get the possibility to satisfy local people and to visualize their day to day life.

Overnight Stay in Ranakpur

Day 08: Korta- Bhenswara(Approx 50KMS of cycling)

From Korta we have a tendency to cycle to Bhenswara, traversing through a pastoral landscape of villages and open fields, towards the tiny village of Bhenswara. we’ll cycle through some lovely, rural tribal villages well to do the commonly used tracks. The local populations rarely see westerners and greet them with curious smiles. Bhenswara is located at the foothills of the tenacious Aravallis, on the northern banks of the Jawairiver. we’ll have our packed lunch once 35-40 kilometre of cycling. after lunch we have a tendency to begin cycling once more for Bhenswara. overnight stay and Dinner are at the hotel in Bhenswara.

Overnight Stay in Bhenswara

DAY 09: BHENSWARA-BHADRAJUN–JODHPUR(APPROX 65KMS OF CYCLING)

Today after breakfast, we are going to begin our cycling from hotel and can do cycling for approx 65 Kms to Bhadrajun. we are going to have our packed lunch after 35-40 km of cycling. after lunch we tend to begin cycling once more for Bhadrajun. within the sixteenth century, a fort referred to as the Bhadrajun Fort was built at Bhadrajun by the Rathore kings of Marwar. these days the fort is in hand by Rathan Singh Rathore, son of prince Maldeo, the sixteenth descendant of MarwarRanas WHO ruled from Jodhpur. it’s currently run as a heritage hotel. The fort incorporates a important collection of goods from its gone. can|we’ll|we are going to} reach Bhadrajun late afternoon and from there we are going to load our bikes on car and that we will drive to Jodhpur, overnight stay will be in Jodhpur.

Overnight Stay in Jodhpur

DAY 10: IN JODHPUR (NO CYCLING TODAY)

Jodhpur is the second largest town within the Indian state of Rajasthan. This town is additionally referred to as the “Blue City” as a result of the vivid blue-painted homes round the Mehrangarh Fort. The previous town circles the fort is bounded by a wall with many gates. There are seven gates, that include Jayapol (meaning ‘victory’), built by prince Man Singh to commemorate his victories over Jaipur and Bikaner armies. Fattehpol (also that means ‘victory’) gate was built by princeAjit Singh to mark the defeat of the Mughals. The palm imprints upon these still attract much attention even these days.

Overnight Stay in Jodhpur

DAY 11: JODHPUR – JAIPUR (APPROX 75KMS OF CYCLING)

After breakfast we have a tendency to check out from hotel and go car (approx. 77KMS) then we’ll begin cycling from there to reach Jaipur. off from the desert the countryside could be a patchwork of villages and tiny towns wherever we are able to see the timelessness of rural India. leaving the desert scenery behind we have a tendency to ride to Jaipur, a city overlooked by the sumptuous hilltop Amber Palace. we’ll have our packed lunch after 35-40 KMS of cycling in village at villagers house or in shadow of trees. we’ll begin cycling once more after lunch for an hour roughly. after cycling for concerning 30KMS, we have a tendency to load your bikes on car and drive to Jaipur, overnight stay are going to be in Jaipur.

Overnight Stay in Jaipur

DAY 12: JAIPUR (NO CYCLING TODAY)

There is no cycling regular for today. after breakfast you’ll be able to continue a Jaipur sightseeing tour. Jaipur is the capital and largest town of Rajasthan. it’s conjointly called the Pink city of india. you’ll be able to visit major attractions like city Palace, JantarMantar, HawaMahal, Birla Temple and Albert Hall museum. The observatory, JantarMantar, is one in all the world Heritage Sites. within the evening, explore local bazaars and enjoy the amusement of tradition. Dinner & overnight stay will be at the hotel.

Overnight Stay in Jaipur

DAY 13: JAIPUR – RANTHAMBORE (APPROX 60KMS OF CYCLING)

After breakfast we have a tendency to check out from hotel and drive for approx 1hrs, then we are going to do cycling for approx 60kms in one among the most effective countryside road and village of the whole trip. we are going to have our picnic lunch after 35-40 KMS of cycling. after lunch for we are going to do cycling for one more hour just about. after cycling we are going to load our bikes on car and drive for 60kms to Ranthambore, overnight stay in wildlife resort.

Overnight Stay in Ranthambore

DAY 14: RANTHAMBORE (NO CYCLING ALL MEALS)

Ranthambore National Park is known for its tigers and one in all the simplest places within the country to check these majestic predators within the wild. Ranthambore Fort is one in all the six forts included in the World Heritage site inscription Hill Forts of Rajasthan. it’s situated close to the city of SawaiMadhopur and may be a formidable fort having been a put concentration of the historical developments of Rajasthan. The fort is understood for the glory and valiance of HammirDev the Chauhan family. The fort lies inside the Ranthambore National Park, the previous looking grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur before Indian independence. There are two Jeep safaris regular in Ranthambore National Park.

Overnight Stay in the Ranthambore National Park.

DAY 15: RANTHAMBORE - AGRA(APPROX 65KMS OF CYCLING)

After breakfast we tend to load our bikes on car and drive for approx 1hr. we tend to begin our cycling after we reach to the country. we’ll have our picnic lunch when 35-40kms of Cycling. After lunch we’ll do cycling for one more hour to finish cycling. we’ll do athletics for approx 65-70kms and when finishing our athletics, we’ll load our bikes in car and drive to Agra.

Overnight Stay in Agra.

DAY 16: AGRA – DELHI(NO CYCLING)

We go for an early morning visit to the TajMahal. This elegant historical monument was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahanin the memory of his wife MumtazMahal. Since then it’s a symbol of Love. In the morning light-weight it’s sort of a pearl sitting on the shores of watercourse Yamuna. when this unforgettable visit. we return to the Hotel for breakfast. We also visit the brilliant Agra fort. With the TajMahal overshadowing it, one will simply forget that Agra has one in every of the best Mughal forts in India. Construction of the huge red-sandstone fort, on the bank of the Yamuna watercourse, was started by Emperor Akbar in 1558. Further additions were created, notably by his grandchildShah Jahan, exploitation his favorite artefact – white marble. The fort was engineered primarily as a military structure, however Emperor remodeled it into a palace, and later it became his gilded jail for eight years when his son Aurangzeb condemned power in 1658. Later we will drive for Delhi, wherever you may be transferred to Airport for international journey.

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We are safely home and that i thanks for making a terrific tour for us. we tend to had a good time and that i especially enjoyed the farm, wherever i used to be able to do plenty of horseback riding and luxuriate in the cool, quiet, solitude of the mountains. We tend to got a taste of the various faces of india and your drivers were very good at obtaining us through India's traffic.   Thanks from Bradget Scott, USA

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