Get ready to ride in the enchanting Land of Kings, Queens, Forts, Palaces, Folklore, Camels, Peacocks and Sam Dunes, Rajasthan, India's largest state in terms of area. Bordered by five different states, Rajasthan offers a totally unique experience portraying the Indus Valley Civilization, Aravalli Mountain Range, Keoladeo National Park also declared as a World Heritage site showcasing birds life. The state also houses three national tiger reserves namely Ranthambore, Sariska and Mukundra Hill Tiger Reserve.
In this journey, we will get you riding to Bikaner, Sam Dunes, Longewala, Tanot, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Pushkar along with a visit to several other forts and palaces. Jump over to the itinerary section to unravel the astoundingly magnificent places.
Jaipur - Hotel GenX RnB / Similar
Bikaner - Umaid Safari / Similar
Sand Dunes - Desert Adventure Camp / Similar
Jaisalmer - Golden Haveli / Similar
Jodhpur - Hotel GenX RnB / Similar
Pushkar - Narayan Resort / Similar
What is included in the tour
- Accommodation for 6 Nights on Triple Sharing basis in hotels mentioned as per the itinerary (Double Sharing only for couples)
- 6 Breakfasts and 6 Dinners starting from Day 1 Dinner to Day 7 Breakfast
- Royal Enfield (Standard Variant) Bikes
- Roadside assistance
What is NOT included in the tour
- Lunch on All Days
- Any Monument entry Fee
- Personal Expenses (Snacks/Water Bottles/Energy Drinks)
- Cost Escalation due to change in itinerary
- Anything which is not mentioned in inclusions
- Travel Insurance
- Back up Vehicle
- Fuel excluded
- India's best bike trips
- Royal Enfield bikes on the trip
- No hidden charges
Day 1 : Jaipur
We kick start our tour in the heart of Rajasthan, Jaipur; also known as the Pink City for its trademark color of buildings. You will be required to reach Jaipur on the first day and you will have sufficient time to explore the local city. Stay overnight in Jaipur to begin your bike tour the following morning.
Day 2 : Jaipur to Bikaner (340 km)
You will start your engine in Jaipur covering a distance of 340 km and touching Bikaner. Junagarh Fort and Lalgarh Palace are also on the list and we would be camping with Umaid Safaris that would offer you events like desert biking, horseback riding etc(excluded from the itinerary).
Day 3 : Bikaner to Sam Dunes (390 km)
Covering almost 390 km, we will visit Sam Dunes gliding over the lonely back roads and entering deep into the desert. Kuldhara, a haunted village would get you in the feel. A traditional welcome, evening snacks and a Gala dinner(without alcohol), bonfire etc. would ease you after an entire day of riding. Camel safari is on our checklist for the evening.
Day 4 : Sam Dunes to Jaisalmer via Longewala & Tanot (297 km)
Post breakfast, we once again put on our gears and start our bikes. Longewala is a border town in the Thar Desert of the Jaisalmer district and is notable for the Battle of Longewala during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. Tanot, on the other hand is famous for its miraculous history. We then head towards Jaisalmer and stay overnight. Bada Bagh, Jaisalmer Fort, Patwaon ki Havelli are some of the highlights for these 2 days.
Day 5 : Jaisalmer to Jodhpur via Osian (310 km)
After having a deliciously sumptuous breakfast, we get cruising to Jodhpur. Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace and Jaswant Thada are some of the highlights for the upcoming day. You would even have time to explore local cuisines and stroll through the market. We get you a bonfire set up at the end of the tiring day. Get cozy and relax overnight.
Day 6 : Jodhpur to Pushkar via Om Banna Temple (257 km)
Post breakfast and sightseeing, we kick start our day for Pushkar known for hosting the largest cattle fair. What is interesting here is the Bullet Baba's Temple, a mysterious history that you would want to Google yourself. Try it. We settle ourselves at Narayan Resort and stay overnight.
Day 7 : Pushkar to Jaipur via Ajmer (150 km)
This morning we start our journey for Jaipur to complete the tour. A dip in the holy Pushkar Lake and a visit to Brahma's Temple will be on our way along with Ajmer Sharif Dargah. We head back to Jaipur to bid adieu each other in the evening.