Adventure Cycling in Rajasthan

Adventure Cycling Rajasthn

Discover Rajasthan on bicycles while staying at luxury forts and palaces. Rajasthan is the land of varied rich culture and traditions and this land will be best explored on a bicycle.
Riding a bicycle provides you a direct perspective into the way the people of Rajasthan live and love this land.

Rajasthan Cycling Tours by Le Tour De India

Rajasthan Cycling Tours by LetourdeIndia
Rajasthan is the land of chivalry and royalty. Along with its rich heritage and vibrant culture, Rajasthan is a cycling heaven for the vast landscape and untouched trails in the Aravali Range.

Le Tour De India organizes guided bespoke cycling tours across Rajasthan along the less traveled country roads passing villages and forests all the way to Agra, the land of Taj Mahal.

Le Tour De India provides high-end mountain bikes that are very responsive through the rusty Aravali terrain.
Cycle across Rajasthan with an experienced tour leader and stay at luxury forts and palaces now converted into heritage hotels.

Rajasthan Village Cycle Safari – Jaipur to Samode

Rajasthan Village Cycle Safari – Jaipur to Samode

Countryside Biking Tour near Jaipur, discovering the real Indian village culture and experiencing the life of the land first hand with the unique perspective of riding a bicycle. The endearing process that cycling is, it puts you right into a plethora of cultural and traditions of Rajasthan.

There is so much to be discovered in Rajasthan, yet there is a cobweb of too much commerce around the usual tourist cycles. The really exuberant experience will be the one where you are a part of the life-long festival that is the spirit of this land.

Riding countryside roads near Jaipur, on mountain bikes with a devoted cycling tour captain extremely well equipped with the knowledge of biking trails that lead all the way to the historic land of Samode.

Bike Ride to Nahargarh in Jaipur

Bike Ride to Nahargarh in Jaipur
Ride your bikes to the Mighty Nahargarh Fort in the Jaipur. Enjoy the panoramic view of the glorious city, enjoy the aerial view of the beautiful pink city from the top of the Nahargarh Fort.

This ride is also a great way to enjoy the nature while we ride through the forest trails, get a chance to take pictures of some of the rarest migratory birds that grace these forests during the winter months.

Biking through several hairpin curves, to the top of the hill and later through canal roads. The Canal is a 400-year-old water conservation system that once was the life line for the cities of Amber and Jaipur.

Bike Ride to Harsh Parvat near Sikar

Bike Ride to Harsh Parvat near Sikar

The Harsh is the second highest peak in Rajasthan and is home to a 1000-year-old ancient Shiva temple that was once destroyed in a war later restored to similar glory.

Just a hundred kilometer from Jaipur and 13 kilometers from the base that provides scenic mountain views and a very strenuous climb all the way to the top at the Harsh Parvat Summit.

On reaching the top one can stay at the forest department guest house which is available on request. Decent accommodation at the base of the climb is also available.

The Aravali Adrenaline Rush – Thaar

Organized locally by the Jaipur Cycling Comrades Club, This three-day cycling extravaganza is designed to give you a fairy tale experience of the ancient royal tradition of Jaipur.

“THAAR” is for those who’d love to relive the bygone era of Forts and Palaces by pedaling through. So get ready for the enthralling Cycling challenge amidst world’s oldest and mightiest Aravali ranges.

Thaar 2016 has two categories, which includes a 250-kilometer road race through a grueling route consisting cobbled paths and gravel roads as well as scenic rolling terrain through the Sariska National Park. The second one is thrilling 125-kilometer MTB Race through the low-lying Aravalli range near Jaipur.

Bike Trip to Bhangarh and Sariska

Bike Trip to Bhangarh and Sariska

A Cycling Safari to the back roads of the Aravalli through Bhangarh Fort, Ramgarh Lake and Nayla through forests of Sariska and Bhangarh. Ride across the Aravalli Range through the historic city of Nayla and majestic grasslands of the Jamwa Valley.

This ride is an undulating yet thrilling experience where ride both off and on road along this scenic route, even through gravel roads crossing the Jamwa Valley and forest lands on the edge of the Sariska National Park.
Spinning into various switchbacks and reach the forests of Bhangarh and Sariska. Enjoy a wonderful wildlife safari in the Sariska National Park later retire in a casual inn right in the middle of the forest. Enjoy and admire the clear night sky in the wilderness.

Overnight accommodations after this grueling ride will be provided by Le Tour De India in luxury Swiss tents on sharing basis.

Wildlife Cycling in Nahargarh Rescue Center

Wildlife Cycling in Nahargarh Rescue Center
Just a few kilometers away from Amber near Jaipur is the Nahargarh Biological Park. A mountain biker’s heaven.
This ride is a thrill and spills galore while you enjoy the scenic landscape of the Nahargarh Forest. A high chance to spot some of the rarest species of migratory birds in the Ram Sagar Lake.

Supported by Le Tour De India with a well-experienced road captain. A team of support staff that takes care of important necessities such as nutrition and hydration.

The Nahargarh Rescue Center is also rehabilitation for endangered species of animals. Mainly tigers rescued from circuses from across the country.

Udaipur Jhadol Bike Safari

Udaipur Jhadol Bike Safari

A bike ride in Udaipur can be a unique way to discover this city. You begin riding from downtown Udaipur early in the morning and ride along the country roads to the nearby tribal village of Jhadol.

Udaipur, the Venice of the East also known as the city of lakes is the most romantic city in India.
Bike trip to Jhadol Tribal Village is an enriching experience while you ride the undulation country roads through village
field and protected forests to meet the preservers of nature. This tribe has preserved its ancient ways to live their lives without disrupting the environment.

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