ROYAL RAJASTHAN BIKE TOURfrom
Royal Rajasthan Motorbike Tour takes you through the pristine landscape of Rajasthan. Rajasthan has a history decorated by tales of valor and Grandeur, No other place in India has as much to offer as Rajasthan. The sheer number of palaces, architecture, and folklore is overwhelming. Royal Rajasthan Motorbike Tour is ideal for those who seek to experience the grandeur of the royal state first hand. Royal Rajasthan Motorbike Tour is a 12-day Motorcycling expedition through the Land of Maharajas. The roads perfectly suit the classic 500cc bikes that we ride on this tour and riding conditions are among the best we will find in India. The participants on this tour experience the right mix of Adventure and riding.
This Rajasthan bike tour takes us through palaces and Jungles and offers a unique cultural experience. We spend the nights with Campfire and folk music of Rajasthan. We also visit the famous temple of the Bullet Baba, a must visit place for all Royal Enfield riders. The sound and Light show in Amer fort is also something to look forward to.
Highlights of the tour:
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Medium Group
India is a destination like no other. Famous for its unique sounds, smells and flavors, you are certain to make memories that last a lifetime. Let us help you have a holiday like no other with our expertly constructed and highly bespoke motorbike tours itinerary. We have thoughtfully set out a 12-day plan that will allow you to experience all you need and more. We know that a holiday is more than just about hopping from hotel to hotel and that is why we have included unique and captivating experiences, such as sleeping in traditional mud cottages and a night in a historical leopard reserve, that you simply won’t get elsewhere. With a wonderful mix of different biking trails, relaxation time, planned excursions and immersion in culture and nature – you certainly won’t be disappointed by any aspect of this tour.
Highlights of the tour:
- BIKES: Royal Enfield Classic 500
- SUPPORT: Complete Support Team Includes English Speaking Tour Leader, Mechanic, Helpers, And Backup Rider.
- FUEL: All Fuel Throughout The Route.
- SUPPORT VEHICLE: For All Your Luggage, Spare Fuel And In case Pillion Gets Tired, They Can Travel In The Backup Vehicle As Well.
- ACCOMMODATION: All Accommodation Based On Twin Shared Rooms In Good Hotels And Camps.
- MEALS: All Meals Based On MAP Plans ( Breakfast & Dinner).
- Mineral Water: Throughout The Riding Days.
- VIDEOS: Gopro Raw Videos From Tour Leader’s Camera
- Refundable Deposit of 15,000Rs or 250 $ /bike.
- All Lunches
- Any Personal Expenses.
- Tips and Donations
- Any Damages did to the bike apart from wear and tear.
- All that not included in the ” Tour Includes ” Section.
- A travel insurance policy covering the use of Motorbike
- Tourist Visa for India and Any Airfare
Jaipur International Airport is the primary airport serving Jaipur, the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. Jaipur International Airport has been declared as one of the world’s best airports. You can opt to either fly to New Delhi and then take a 30-minute connecting flight to Jaipur or take the early morning scenic Shatabdi Express train, however this takes a very leisurely 5 hours to reach Jaipur. Upon arrival at the designated hotel, you will meet your guide, the team members and your fellow bikers. Following lunch, you will receive a quick but detailed briefing about the tour and then you will have the chance to head out for your first motorcycle ride. We appreciate you may be tired after your travels, but this is a worthwhile first-day excursion as you can make any necessary adjustments to your vehicle and familiarize yourself with the environment. Your free time in the evening will allow you scope to visit the nearby Nahargarh Fort and The Amber Fort which puts on a spectacular and breathtaking evening light and sound show.
JAIPUR TO BIKANER VIA THE TAL CHAPAR SANCTUARY
On day two you will arrive and spend the night at a campsite on the outskirts of Bikaner. You will be lodged in very comfortable Swiss Tents that come complete with their own toilet facilities. Before reaching your evening destination you will have an enthralling day taking in the central roads that cut through the visually stunning dry Sambhar Salt Lake. You will also visit the Tal Chapar Blackbuck Sanctuary which is a renowned bird haven.
BIKANER TO KHUDI
Day three will see us visit the streets of Bikaner and make an auspicious visit to the Karni Mata Temple. This visit will be like no other as the Temple is home to more than 20,000 rats! However, don’t panic this holy place is disease-free and the rodents carry no risk of Plague. You will need to keep in mind that the rats are treated as sacred beings and are to be respected and not treated as pests. Following the brief but memorable visit to the Temple we will get back on the road, travelling along the Highway until we reach Khudi which is on the border of Jaisalmer town.Here we will stay in traditional mud huts which are nestled within the infamous Khudi sand dunes. This is also a great time to experience some traditional Rajasthani cuisine.
KHUDI TO JAISALMER
After sampling a local breakfast, we will take a ride around the sand dunes and then on to the ancient abandoned village of Kuldhara. A ghost town since the 1800s, it was abandoned by its inhabitants during the night for reasons that remain unknown.
We will then move on to the Golden Fort of Jaisalmer.
Following lunch and a trip back to the exquisite dunes of Khudi, you can give your bikes a rest and enjoy a camel ride or take in the dunes in a fast-action Jeep. If you still have any energy left after the high-octane day, then you can while-away the evening in front of a campfire taking in the local folk dancing.
KHUDI TO JODHPUR
Following breakfast, we will head to the National Highway of Jodhpur and then take in 50 kilometers of back-road riding. The vast expanse is a perfect way to see the more rural and widespread side of India, with its vast flat lands and magnificent arid landscapes. In the evening, upon reaching Jodhpur, we recommend a trip to the Mehrangarh Fort in your free evening time.
JODHPUR TO BERA
In the spirit of the evening’s special event we will take a relatively short ride today to that you are full of energy for the impending extravaganza. The morning of day 6 will include a visit to the Bullet Baba Temple to see the symbolic Royal Enfield Motorcycle. Then on to Castle Bera to spend the night. Castle Bera is a heritage hotel, the grounds of which are also home to wild leopards. In the evening you will take in a Jeep safari around the neighboring landscapes where the chances of spotting leopards in their natural habitat is very likely.
BERA TO UDAIPUR
If a leopard safari wasn’t memorable enough for you then day 7 certainly will be. The Aravalli Hills will take you through the oldest mountain range in India as well as allowing for the opportunity to see two famous monuments: The Ranakpur Temple and The Kumhalgah Fort. This ride will see you navigating some of the most exciting and precarious mountain roads that you will ever travel. At the Temple you will see exquisite architecture and structural carvings and views of the infamous Fort walls. Finally, we will finish the day in the city of Udaipur. It is known as the Venice of the East. This is where you will spend the night at a designated hotel and have the chance to visit lake Pichola to enjoy the views at dusk
UDAIPUR REST DAY
By now you are no doubt needing a little rest, but with so much to see and do in Udaipur we bet you will spend the day taking in the sights. Touted as being one of the best cities in the world for travelers, you have the chance to visit the 400-year-old palace, Jagmandir, Lake Fatehsagar or spend a wistful evening enjoying all that Ambrai Ghat has to offer.
UDAIPUR TO BUNDI
Today will see a mix of breathtaking rivers and lush green forests. By starting the day travelling alongside the Chambal River, you will see a magnificent fortress nestled within the banks. Following this we move on to the exhilarating dirt tracks and jungle vibrancy that leads us to the rest stop in the city of Bundi.
BUNDI TO PALI GHAT
Today we will be offering you something a little different and giving you the chance to get back to nature. Upon arriving at Pali Ghat, we will pitch our tents for the night with an awe-inspiring view of the Chambal and Parvati Rivers. A boat safari will then give you the chance to see crocodiles and alligators and learn lots of information thanks to the proficient tour guides. Night ten will see you spend the night like no other, sleeping under the stars, alongside the riverbed. An experience not to missed
PALIGHAT TO RANTHAMBORE
Following an incredible night, we will leave Pali Ghat along the dirt tracks navigating the Chambal River. By taking a short boat ride, along with the bikes, we will reach Ranthambore Tiger Sanctuary. Ranthambore is a National Park that has a vast wildlife conservation area and is home to tigers, leopards and crocodiles. Here where we will take a jeep safari to see the tigers in their natural and innate environment.
RANTHAMBORE TO JAIPUR
Following breakfast, we will make the 4-hour trip back to Jaipur via the Highway where we will head towards the exquisite Chokhi Dhani where we will spend the night. This is a 5* unique resort featuring traditionally styled Indian architecture along with luxury amenities and unbeatable authentic entertainment. The perfect way to spend your final night.
BRM Expeditions is a family operated company and managed by Abhinav Sood and Anuraag Sood. We are the people you talk and correspond with regarding all your Tour related queries and Bookings. We are also the people you meet at our office in Manali upon Arrival and the ones who brief you about your tours. The tours are led by our experienced Tour Leaders who have been riding and guiding on these roads for over 8 years.
You should hold a valid motorcycle driving license. An international Driving License though not mandatory, is better for you as it would ease any insurance claims that might arise.
Yes, a helmet is required by Indian law. BRM Expeditions highly recommend using a full face helmet.
We recommend everyone who signs up for our tours to have atleast a one-year motorcycle riding experience and some experience of riding in off road conditions. You must bear in mind that all roads routes throughout the Himalayas are constantly subject to small landslides and water damage during the heavy monsoon rain months that usually occur from June to September. While off road riding experience is not mandatory, it can be very helpful to navigate these sorts of occasional rough road sections on anyone of our given Himalayan tour routes. You are advised to get comfortable on a 500cc motorbike if you are to take a tour with us. We reserve the right to terminate any participants’ ride if his riding skills are not up to the mark for the intended tour. Please feel free to email us to discuss riding skills and specific tour route conditions and requirements in more detail.
Yes. The participants must get their riding gear consisting Hemet, armored Jacket and trousers, Eye Protection Gear, Arm and Knee guards. Though it’s better to bring your own gear, BRM Expeditions can offer some gear if one finds getting his gear along difficult.
Normally, you should wear waterproof riding gear, riding boots, riding gloves along with a helmet. But if you do not have riding gear, wear clothing that will give you some protection in the unlikely event of a spill. As a minimum, you should wear the following: Footwear that protects your feet and your ankles (hiking boots are good). Durable pants-leather is best; but you can make do with jeans, work pants, or something similar. An abrasion resistant jacket that zips or buttons up close to the neck. For the Ladakh tour, you would also need a pair of thermal inner wear to combat the cold. Please make sure your riding gear is waterproof or you have a separate rain gear. You should also pack nightwear and casual clothing and footwear for your time away from the motorcycle.
You would need a valid passport good for atleast 6 months after the last day of the tour you are participating in. You are also advised to carry a medical insurance as well as a travel insurance that sufficiently covers the bike, you and any third-party damages/injuries.
For every Tour that we organize, an Inclusions section is shared. You may contact us if there is any question or if you want more clarity around any points.
Every Organized tour has a BRM Expeditions mechanic along who does the necessary repair and maintenance work on the bikes daily. Hence breakdowns are extremely rare. If any Parts need to be changed, the mechanic shall notify you and the cost of the part is charged to you. In Case of a break down so severe that the bike is rendered incompetent, BRM Expedition team takes a decision based on feasibility, of either supplying you a new bike or making alternate travel arrangement for you.
You would be served Indian/English Breakfast and A vegetarian Buffet Dinner at the hotels /Camps. The lunches are excluded from the pricing as we are mostly on the road and you can individually decide and pay for what you eat. If you have any dietary preferences, we recommend you to share the same by getting in touch with us.
Yes. A passenger can join a tour as a rider in the Backup Vehicle. Please write in to us for more info regarding this option.
Yes. While we conduct tours on some of the most treacherous roads, it is not uncommon for us to have pillion riders. The pillion rider must have experienced pillion riding before as it can get strenuous on these roads.
We use Royal Enfield Classic 500 and Royal Enfield Himalayan for the trip as these are best suited bikes for these terrains. You can Read more about these bikes here.
Yes, We always have Support vehicles in our tours which have more than 4 bikes. Our Support vehicles normally include Isuzu Dmax Vcross 4×4 and Mahindra XUV500. On our larger groups we take a Tempo Traveller. These vehicles carry all your luggage, Spare fuel and Spares as well.
For all Organized tours, if the number of Participants is 5+, a backup vehicle is provided which carries your luggage. Else, all bikes shall come fitted with luggage carriers strong enough to hold 30lts rucksacks on each side and back.
No. All our tours have aleast 1 rest day. On some days, we will take time to enjoy major attractions that are a scheduled part of the expedition. On other days, you may explore local sites on your own, or just rest and do what you please.
Yes, there is a restriction on the number of riders for every tour. The main reason behind this is to keep the group size small for us to interact with each rider personally and give them proper attention. The maximum riders we take on a tour are mentioned on the individual tour pages.
BRM Expeditions will custom-design a route to your specifications and desires with a minimum of 6 tour members. So if your motorcycle club or group of friends is interested in organizing a unique tour all you have to do is contact us.
Yes, lodging for all our tours are on double-occupancy basis, but you can choose to avail of single-occupancy lodging for an additional charge.
You should book the tour as soon as you are sure of making it. For all our tours, we have limited seats, so book as soon as you can.
Our motorcycles are covered under third-party insurance and don’t cover accidental damages. We trust that you will, in good faith, cover the cost of repairs in case of any unlikely damages caused by you.
No. The tour prices do not cover any Airfare, Be it International or Domestic. The price quoted for a tour can be Inclusive of Taxes, and the confirmation for the same is shared on every tours Included Section.