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Day 01: New Delhi - Bharatpur (200 KM)

You shall be boarding an express train from a railway station in New Delhi to Bharatpur (ETD 1330 hrs).   A 3 hour journey will bring you  to Bharatpur (ETA 16:30 hrs).

Day 02: Bharatpur (short familiarisation ride to Deeg - 90 KM)

Soon after breakfast, we shall be having an exhaustive briefing before you take a short ride (in an effort to know your bike better and to get familiar with its controls and riding conditions in India) to Deeg where we also visit the beautiful Palace.  The rest of the evening is free for leisure.

Day 03: Bharatpur - Jaipur (215 KM)

Early morning you can visit the Keoladeo Ghana National Park and do some bird watching.  After breakfast you’ll kick-start your motorcycle tour and head towards Jaipur, the state capital of Rajasthan.

Day 04: Jaipur (Sight-seeing day)

The day is yours for sightseeing and Jaipur has a lot to offer in that field.  A bus coach and an English guide will take you around the most popular spots (0830-1630 hrs).

Day 05: Jaipur - Nawalgarh (195 KM)

Leaving Jaipur, you head north-west on the NH-11 towards the Shekhwati region, to the town of Nawalgarh.   Referred to as the "open air art gallery" of Rajasthan, the entire Shekhawati region is dotted with fascinating mansions (havelis) embellished with frescoes & colourfully painted walls.

Day 06: Nawalgarh (Sight-seeing day)

Referred to as the "open air art gallery" of Rajasthan, the entire Shekhawati region is dotted with fascinating mansions (havelis) embellished with frescoes & colourfully painted walls.  You may either explore the town or use the day for rest/ relaxation.  Alternatively, if you are keen to ride, we’ll be organising a short ride in the surrounding region (optional).

Day 07: Nawalgarh - Bikaner (250 KM)

Joining the NH-11 again, you’ll head westwards towards the city of Bikaner, one of the famous desert cities of Rajasthan.

Day 08:  Bikaner (Sight-seeing day)

Bikaner's spectacular landscape is dominated by the indomitable Junagarh Fort and the red sandstone Lalgarh Palace.  The fascinating old city & its bazaars are well worth a visit and so is the National Research Centre on Camel (the only such centre in Asia).

Day 09: Bikaner - Jaisalmer (360 KM)

Today we turn south-westwards on NH-15 and head for Jaisalmer, another beautiful desert town located in the Thar desert.  It’s the longest riding day of the tour so deservingly, we’ll be stopping en route at Phalodi, for a lunch as well as to see hundreds of migratory Demoiselle Cranes at the nearby village of Khichan, reaching Jaisalmer just in time to see the sunset behind the “Golden Fort”.

Day 10: Jaisalmer  (Sight-seeing day)

The day is yours for visiting the “Living Fort” (yes, its the only fort with a fourth of Jaisalmer’s population living within its walls) and other inquisitively carved mansions which make for some of the most beautiful buildings in the state.

Day 11: Jaisalmer - Desert Camp (70 KM)

After spending the morning in Jaisalmer, its time to move further into the Thar desert.  A couple of hour’s ride will bring you to Khuri, a small village set amongst sandunes.  Accommodation is in comfortable tented camps inclusive of a Camel ride into the Sunset and a cultural program of Rajasthani music & dance.

Day 12: Sam - Jodhpur (345 KM)

Continuing eastwards you’ll make your way to Jodhpur, one of the most spectacular destinations in Rajasthan.  

Day 13: Jodhpur (Sight-seeing day)

The day is yours to visit the places of interest like the Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace & Jaswant Thada.

Day 14: Jodhpur - Ranakpur - Kumbhalgarh (225 KM)

After Breakfast it’ll be time to bid adieu to “the blue city” and take your journey further south towards Ranakpur, a small town located in a wooded valley on the western side of the Aravali range, famous for the white marble Jain temple with intricate carvings.  Your final destination today will be a small village of Kelwara situated 6 KM from Kumbhalgarh.

Day 15: Kumbhalgarh - Udaipur (85 KM)

The Mewar fortress of Kumbhalgarh is a remarkable battlement surrounded by a wildlife sanctuary, home to a very large variety of wild life, some of which are highly endangered species.  This impregnable fort fell only once to the combined forces of four kingdoms including Emperor Akbar.  After visiting the Kumbhalgarh Fort you’ll be proceeding to Udaipur, the city of lakes.

Day 16: Udaipur (Sight-seeing day)

Udaipur, a tourists delight as it is, will most likely have you spending the next two days visiting all it has to offer.  The last evening in Udaipur will be a great time to absorb the stunning views of the “Pichola Lake” from the sunset point or one of the numerous roof-top restaurants lining the "ghats" around the lake and reminiscing the past few days after you left Bharatpur, as the sun sets.

Day 17: Udaipur - Chittorgarh - Bijaipur (150 KM)

Heading north-east from Udaipur, you first stop today will be the spectacular fort of Chittorgarh, one of the most romantic of Rajasthan’s fortifications.  After a visit to the Fort,  you’ll ride further 40 KM to Bijaipur, a small hamlet amidst gentle slopes of the surrounding hills.

Day 18: Bijaipur (optional round trip in the surrounding region 50-70 KM)

The village of Bijaipur has a wonderful setting and just a walk through the lanes & alleys can be quite an experience, specially if you are someone keen to observe a typical Indian village lifestyle.  In the afternoon, we’ll also be organizing a ride in the surrounding region through small village roads (optional).

Day 19: Bijaipur - Bundi (155 KM)

About 150 Km north-east of Bijaipur lies the quaint town of Bundi.  Site of yet another impressive fort, the Taragarh, it is also known particularly for its architectural note seen in its ornate forts, palaces, and step-well reservoirs known as “baoris”.

Day 20: Bundi - Ranthambhore National Park (125 KM)

Today’s destination lies further north-east of Bundi and is home to the famous Royal Bengal Tiger.  Situated in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, Ranthambhore was formerly the hunting grounds for the Maharajahs of Jaipur before Indian independence.  Ranthambhore, now a Project Tiger reserve since 1973, is also home to other major wild animals including the leopard, nilgai, dhole, wild boar, sambar, hyena, sloth bear, chital and a variety of birds & reptiles.  Soon after arriving you will head out for a safari through the national park.

Day 21: Ranthambhore  - Bharatpur (250 KM)

Today, you’ll saddle-up one last time and head back to Bharatpur.  Having gone a full circle around Rajasthan you’ll be “homing” back to this bird sanctuary.  Tonight’s dinner will be a “Farewell” dinner.

Day 22: Bharatpur - Agra - New Delhi

Today, it’ll be time to say good-bye to the Royal Enfields & Rajasthan.  After breakfast, you’ll be boarding a bus coach for the last leg of this journey.  However, first stop of the day will be the city of Agra where you will see the most spectacular of the monuments on this tour, The Taj Mahal.  From Agra you shall proceed to New Delhi (ETA 1700 hrs).  If you’ve purchased a “Farewell” add-on you’ll be transferred to our partner hotel where your accommodation has been arranged.


Riding Days - 14

Distance on m/cycle - 2600* Km

Avg. distance on riding day - 185 KM

Rajasthan Tour Map - Jumbo Circuit

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* Distances mentioned are approx. Odometer readings.  Actual / Sat Nav figures can be different.

Rider US$ 3399*, Pillion/Passenger US$ 2699. Next Departures: 05 FEB 2018, 04 FEB 2019.

We regularly get emails from around the world enquiring about the standard of accommodation on our Rajasthan tours.  We realized many assumed that since our tour prices are “budget”, the only way we must be cutting on costs is by arranging “cheaper” accommodation.  Well, that is not the case at all.  Contrary to the notion, the accommodation is the highlight of our tours.  None of our hotels fall in the “budget” category.  We have carefully chosen a mix of the best possible “mid-range” hotels all of which are very popular on this travel circuit.  Some are “heritage” properties; erstwhile residences of royalty,  now converted into luxury hotels.  We call it “affordable luxury”.  Most of them are ranked within top 10 in their respective cities on “TripAdvisor”.    We are giving you a glimpse of the hotels on a small “Photo Slide Show” we’ve added on our website’s Rajasthan Gallery page (below the videos).

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21 nights Twin share accommodation in double-bed rooms/tents including Breakfasts & Dinners

AC Coach/Train transfers between New Delhi & Bharatpur (including visit to Taj Mahal)

Local sight-seeing (at selected locations): Transportation & English guide

Royal Enfield Classic 500 EFI rental motorcycle including fuel

Experienced motorcycle mechanics

English-speaking Ride leader & support crew

Comfortable Support vehicle with driver (for luggage, gear & occasional passengers)

*The above US$ prices are an indication of our Indian rupee prices (for ease of understanding), calculated at the approx. exchange rate of USD 1 = INR 65. Write to us for a quote in your preferred currency.

Transfers to/from Airports/Railway stations

Travel insurance policy covering use of motorcycle

Motorcycle damage deposit or damage waiver (optional)

All Lunches,  drinks / beverages (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)

Vaccinations and personal medication

Visa fee for India and Travel insurance

Items of a personal nature such as laundry, tips, gifts, telephone or fax services, emergency evacuation costs, fines.

Entry fees and camera fees for museums, forts, temples, monuments and other such places

Anything not explicitly mentioned in the “What’s Included” section