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cycle Rajasthan



Depart London

We depart on our overnight flight to Delhi.


Meals: Dinner


Delhi - Agra

On arrival we meet our guides and transfer to our Agra hotel where we have the rest of the morning to sleep and recover from the long journey. We visit the iconic Taj Mahal which looks good on film and photo, but is even more stunning in real life. The detail, the story and the sunset are sure to mesmerize us all. This afternoon we have a welcome meal and a briefing on the days ahead.


Meals: B,L,D   Accom: Hotel


Bharatpur - 50 km

After an early bike fitting today we have a short transfer to Vichupura, where we start on a stretch of countryside road with very little traffic and certainly no tourists! We have a hearty packed lunch at a picturesque stop along the route followed by an afternoon ride on secondary roads, through villages and past ancient temples. Our hotel this evening is in Bharatpur, a bird-watchers paradise, with an optional cycle-rickshaw ride to the Keoladeo National Park, one of the finest Indian water-bird sanctuaries for indigenous bird species.


Meals: B,L,D   Accom: Hotel


Karauli - 109 km

We cycle directly from the hotel, experiencing Rajasthan rural life at its best along roads with good tarmac. After lunch we cycle through the town of Hindaun where the traffic starts to get slightly busier and then onto Karauli village where we spend the night at the atmospheric Bhanwar Vilas.


Meals: B,L,D   Accom: Hotel


Ranthambore - 110 km

We rise early again today for a long cycle, departing directly from our hotel towards Gangapur, a town situated on the Delhi-Mumbai railway line. We continue through many towns of the Sawai Madhopur district, internationally renowned for its Ranthambore National Park home to one of the best tiger conservation sites in the world. There are great quality roads all the way to the Tiger Den resort in Ranthambore where we sleep tonight.


Meals: B,L,D   Accom: Hotel   


Lalsot - 75 km

For those that wish, there will be an optional early morning safari into Ranthambore Tiger reserve, a once in a lifetime opportunity to see this endangered animal. We get back on the road for another spectacular day of cycling, this time through more arid terrain. We continue along sections of typically rural road before finally arriving at our camp site in a beautiful setting against the hills, next to the village of Lalsot.


Meals: B,L,D   Accom: Hotel


Jaipur - 57 km

For our last day we cycle through an arid area and a short cycle along dirt roads. The beauty of today is that we will hardly see any traffic along our journey as we make our way towards Jaipur, one of the most important cities of Rajasthan. We cycle through authentic villages and past a beautiful lake, home to crocodiles. We finish our amazing challenge with a lunch at Ramgarh before transferring for the final few kilometers into Jaipur. This evening we celebrate with a classic Indian meal to mark the end of an amazing challenge and sleep well in our comfortable Jaipur hotel.


Meals: B,L,D   Accom: Hotel



We have much of the day free to explore the fabulous city of Jaipur. This evening, for a real cultural experience, we make our way back to Delhi by train and have dinner onboard, arriving late before transferring to our hotel. 


Meals: B   Accom: Hotel


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