Get Legendry Rajasthan Motorcycle Tour Taj Mahal

Pilot (Twin Sharing Room)

US$ 2340 PP

Pillion (Twin Sharing Room)

US$ 1670 PP


Delhi - Alsisar - Bikaner - Khimsar - Rohet - Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur - Bijaipur - Bundi - Jaipur - Agra - Delhi

Tour Key Points

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  • Duration
    14 Days
  • Distance
    1600 kms
  • Difficulty Level
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Legendry Rajasthan Motorcycle Tour

Whether you are a biking enthusiast, an adventure-seeking roadie or a seasoned biker, here is a unique opportunity to indulge in some unadulterated biking fun.

Join us on a ride of a lifetime as we take you through the unforgettable rustic expanse of Rajasthan – rightly known as the Land of Kings.

On this unique bike ride, you will get to explore the picturesque palaces and havelis, soulful ancient monuments, sprawling deserts, rich history, rural villages, cultural heritage and warm hospitality that Rajasthan is so famous for.

Tiny Ride In Alsisar: Alsisar, a Shekhawati region that is famous for its beautiful Frescos and Wall Paintings. If you are an art lover, Alsisar will surely leave you asking for more!

Here you will find a vast array of quaint Havelis that provide glimpses of the days gone by through well-preserved artwork that adorns its walls. These paintings depict a series of folklore tales as well as elements of present day life in Rajasthan.

Bikaner: One of the famous city where biplane used by the British during World War I. They were presented by the British to Maharaja Ganga Singh, then ruler of the city. Another unique aspect about Bikaner is sand dunes that are scattered throughout the district.

Khimsar: As we say goodbye to Bikaner, we now move towards Khimsar, a village that is famous for its desert and sand dunes. While here, don’t be surprised if you find yourself lost in the ever-changing landscapes and tranquil beauty all around you!

Khimsar is a perfect example of nature’s artistry where the winds and the sand dance together to create some of the most breathtaking sand paintings and artworks of nature!

Rejuvenated and relaxed, now it’s time to drive ahead on our journey...

Steep Turn Towards Rohet: Home to some of the finest and most luxurious heritage hotels of Rajasthan, our next stop is Rohet where we can experience the world-famous Rajasthani hospitality. Sufficiently pampered by the warmth and care of the royal families in Rohet, our next stop is Kumbhalgarh.

Bullet Baba Temple: On 2nd Dec, 1988, Om Banna (Om Singh Rathore) met with a terrible accident while on his way from the town of Bangdi near Sanderao of Pali to Chotila. After losing control of his motorcycle, Om hit a tree and was killed instantly. His motorcycle fell into a nearby ditch…..further history to be continue and complete on day of visit

The Royal Fortress Of Mewar, Kumbhalgarh: Built in 15th century AD under the leadership of Rana Kumbha, the stunning Fort of Mewar is reminiscent of Rajasthan’s royal heritage. Situated in the western Aravali Hills, this fort is of great value for the people of Rajasthan as the birthplace of heroic King Maharana Pratap.

The towering walls of the fortress extend 36 km in length. The fort is a great spot to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding areas.

Ranakpur Jain Temple: The Ranakpur Jain Temple is an architectural beauty that dates back to the reign of Rajput King Rana Kumbha. Spread across an area of 48,000 sq. feet, the temple complex is a sight for sore eyes.

Here you will find twenty-four pillared halls and attractive domes that stand tall with the support of more than 400 columns. Overall, the temple consists of over 1400 intricately carved columns and surprisingly, no two columns are completely alike!

Sardargarh: Nestled amidst the tranquil mountains and wilderness of Chuppun, the spectacular Royal Sardargarh Fort was built during 1738 to 1743 under Sardar Singh. As you spend memorable moments at the fort, you will marvel at Rajasthan’s grandeur and striking architecture.

It’s time again to get back on the wheels as we make our way to the next destination...

Bijaipur & Bundi: Biking through the green and serene beauty of Bijaipur (a small hamlet in the Vindhyanchal Hills) promises to be an exceptional experience that continues up to Bundi.

Known for its forts and palaces, Bundi and its surrounding areas are scenic and picturesque – offering plenty of photo-op to cherish for a lifetime. So keep your cameras ready and click away as we proceed to Jaipur.

Pink City: A visit to Rajasthan cannot be complete without stopping to explore the vibrant city of Jaipur. Established by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh, Jaipur is home to friendly people, colorful markets and well preserved history.

You’ll have the chance to pick up some wonderful souvenirs and handicraft items for friends and family back home so do make sure you have some empty space in your bike’s side box!

Mughal Captial Calling: You are just 265 kms away from first wonder of the world **Taj Mahal {Symbol of Love}**. This miraculous monument was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jhan in the memory of his wife.

  • Itinerary
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  • Departure Dates
  1. Day 01 Arrive Delhi

    Airport to hotel transfers

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  2. Day 02 Delhi - Alsisar (Approx 260 Kms / 06 Hrs Drive)

    Early morning drive to Alsisar, followed by hotel check-in

    Bike key hand-over, and commencement of tour on two wheels

    Short ride to the Haveli and villages close by

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  3. Day 03 Alsisar - (Raisar) Bikaner (Approx 190 Kms / 05 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the hotel, followed by ride towards Bikaner

    On arrival, check-in at the camp and overnight stay

  4. Day 04 Bikaner - Khimsar (Approx 130 Kms / 04 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the Camp, followed by ride towards Khimsar

    On arrival, check-in at the hotel and overnight stay

  5. Day 05 Khimsar - Rohet (Approx 128 Kms / 04 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the hotel, followed by ride to Rohet

    On arrival, hotel check-in and rest of the day for leisure activities

    Evening dinner in the company of Rajasthani folk music and performances by talented local artists

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  6. Day 06 Rohet - Bullet Baba Temple - Ranakpur - Kumbhalgarh (Approx 155 Kms/ 04 – 05 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast, ride towards Kumbhalgarh

    Stop over at Bullet Baba Temple and Ranakpur

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  7. Day 07 Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur (Approx 90 Kms / 03 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the hotel, followed by ride towards City of Lakes – Udaipur

    On arrival, check-in into the hotel.

    Later you will be taken for visit to City Palace and boat ride on Lake Pichola.

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  8. Day 08 Udaipur - Bijaipur (Approx 170 Kms / 05-06 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the hotel, followed by ride towards Bijaipur

    On arrival, check-in and overnight stay at the hotel

  9. Day 09 Bijaipur - Bundi (Approx 145 Kms / 05 Hrs Ride)

    After breakfast and check-in at hotel, visit to Taragarh Fort & Bundi Palace

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  10. Day 10 Bundi - Jaipur (Approx 145 Kms /05 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the hotel, followed by ride towards Jaipur

    Hotel check-in and overnight stay

  11. Day 11 Jaipur

    Breakfast, followed by excursion to Amber Fort

    Elephant ride (at an additional charge, not included in the main cost)

    Tour of City Palace, Museum and Observatory – sightseeing includes a rickshaw ride

    Overnight stay at the hotel

  12. Day 12 Jaipur - Agra (Approx 265 Kms / 05 – 06 Hrs Ride)

    Breakfast at the hotel

    Ride to Agra

    Hotel check-in and overnight stay

  13. Day 13 Agra - Delhi (Approx 210 Kms / 04 - 05 Hrs Ride + Drive)

    After breakfast, visit to the Taj Mahal (closed every Friday) & Red Fort.

    Ride to Delhi and check-in at hotel

    Hotel check-in and overnight stay

  14. Day 14 Delhi Departure

    Time to say goodbye to this memorable tour

    Transfer to Delhi International airport for onward travel

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