*The above US$ prices are only an indication of our Indian rupee prices (for ease of understanding), calculated at the approx. exchange rate of USD 1 = INR 65. However, you may choose to send payments in currency of your choice (e.g: AUD, CAD, EUR, GBP, NZD etc). Please write to us for any clarification. Prices are on “twin share” basis. Single accommodation supplement is available. Visit the Departures Page for all published tour dates.
Rider: US $ 3199
Pillion: US $ 2499
Indian tours + Indian motorcycles = Indian price !
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"Motorcycle holidays for the intrepid traveler..."
Some travelers are looking for something more than just a motorcycle ride; an authentic experience with reliable motorcycles, comfortable accommodation and nothing to worry about. For those who are looking for experiences beyond a typical motorcycle tour, a motorcycle holiday by ABoriginal Tours qualifies to be called not just a trip but a journey to remember forever. We endeavor to give our guests ‘an experience of a lifetime’.
Transportation for local sight-seeing (at select locations)
Camping gear & provisions (for contingencies)
English-speaking Ride leader & support crew
Back-up support vehicles
Maybe some surprises but only the pleasant ones :-)
*Visit the itinerary page of the particular tour to view the details of what’s included and not included in the price of the tour.
David Williams did a 2-week motorcycle tour of the Himalayas with us in AUG 2013. Australian Motorcyclist Magazine’s DEC 2013 issue featured an article by him (MOUNTAIN HI, By Royal Enfield
Enfield through the Himalayas) in which he narrates a candid account of his experiences on the tour. Click Here to download a PDF copy of the pages of this magazine. Visit our “In the Media” webpage for more stories about us and our tours...
Chris Gillard toured with us in Rajasthan in FEB 2013. “A motorcycle tour through Rajasthan is an amazing way to see India”, he writes in The West Australian, in an article published on 04 April 2013. It was followed by another article featuring our tours (& pics by Chris) on 11 Apr. Click here to see the 3 pages. (Page 1, Page 2, Page 3)
On 15 March 2013, our Himalayan tour featured in an article in Ultimate Motorcycling magazine titled “Destination: The Himalayas”.
Visit our Photobucket page to view photo albums from various past tours we have completed in the Himalayas and Rajasthan. Although we’d rather you didn’t as it certainly Spoils a bit of the surprise element.
Visit our Testimonials page and see what our previous customers are saying about us (from 16 countries, sorted by nationality). Fresh testimonials are added regularly. Write to us if you wish to contact any of them.
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"...and their heart-warming testimonials."
We would like to bring to your notice a very important aspect of our “Testimonials” page. As you’ll notice when you visit the web-page, all our testimonials are accompanied by a photo of our customer. Please note that we’ve deliberately chosen most photos with the rider sitting on / standing near our motorcycle which he/she was riding during the tour. In many photos, you might also see the “ABoriginal” sign on the front mudguard plate. Earlier, one of the main purpose of doing so was to remove doubt from anyone’s mind regarding the authenticity of these testimonials. Presently, this is serving another very useful purpose.
In the past few of years we have come across some tour companies on the Internet claiming to organize motorcycle tours in the region, although we have never come across their groups on the popular routes. It would be no surprise that actually their existence is only on the “world wide web”. Well, we might also be (subtly) trying to make your mind question a very important point: Why aren’t the glorious “testimonials” on their web sites accompanied by such photos of their happy customers?
Disclaimer: We are in no way trying to suggest that they could be fake.