Day 01: Arrival in New Delhi
Arrival in IG International Airport at midnight, where a our representative will greet you. Transfer to the Hotel.
Day 02: Delhi-Agra 225 km /5-6 h (by car)
Breakfast. Depart to Agra. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Sightseeing of the city, visiting the major attractions: Taj Mahal at sunset. After dinner overnight stay in hotel.
Day 03: Agra-Jaipur 233km/5-6 h
Breakfast. Briefing with the M.E. team at the hotel: quick rundown of road safety precautions before hitting the road. Depart to Jaipur, the"Pink City" and capital of Rajasthan. Stop at the historical site of Fatehpur Sikri. On arrival in Jaipur, transfer to the hotel. Sightseeing, Dinner and overnight will be either at the hotel or in a fort.
Day 04: Jaipur day break*
Breakfast. Sightseeing of the city and visiting the major attractions (City Palace). Ride to Amber Fort, with elephant ride in alternative to ascent the fort. You may also visit a gem factory. After dinner overnight stay in hotel or in a fort.
Day 05: Jaipur-Pushkar 132 km/4-5 h
Breakfast. Depart to Pushkar. On arrival, transfer to the Hotel/Haveli. Sightseeing on foot of this tiny town, where stands the only Temple of Brahama in the all world, and one of the three most sacred waters of India, along with Rishikesh and Varanasi (Benares). Dinner and overnigth stay in the hotel/Haveli.
Day 06: Pushkar-Khumbalgarh 280 km/5-6 h
Breakfast. Depart to Khumbalgarh. Enter to the Aravelis Mountains. Landscapes: rice fields, semi-tropical flora. Visit of the Fort (36km of circumference). Transfer to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight.
Day 07: Khumbalgarh-Udaipur 80 km/4 h (partly off-road ride)
Breakfast. Depart to Udaipur and short excursion through the lush vegetation of the Aravelis Mountains. On arrival to Udaipur, transfer to Hotel/Palace. Sightseeing on foot in the neighborhood. Enjoy a boat ride on the picturesque Pichola Lake at sunset.
Dinner and overnight.
Day 08: Udaipur day break*
Breakfast. Sightseeing of Udaipur, visiting the major attractions: City Palace, Jagdish Temple, Lake Palace, Fateh Prakash Palace, Monsoon Palace, etc. Dinner and overnight at the hotel or in a fort.
Day 09: Udaipur-Jodhpur 255 km /6-7 h
Breakfast and early departure to Jodhpur. Visit the world famous Ranakpur Temple, of a thousand pilers, on the way. On arrival, transfer to the Hotel/Haveli. You may visit the Umaid Bhawan Palace in the evening and the near-by bazaar. Dinner and overnight at the hotel or in a Haveli.
Day 10: Jodhpur-Jaisalmer 266 km/7 h
Breakfast. Depart to Jaisalmer, the "Golden City", whom rises from the heart of Thar Desert, riding partly through the Thar Desert. On arrival, transfer to the Hotel/Fort/Palace. Dinner and overnight.
Day 11: Jaisalmer day break*
Breakfast. Visit of the majestic Golden Fort and Jain Temples. In the evening have a camel safari to the Sand Dunes. Overnight at the Swiss Tent Camp with BBQ.
Day 12: Jaisalmer-Bikaner 268 km/7 h
Breakfast at the camp and early morning departure. Drive to Bikaner via Nagaur: city of colorful and intricately painted Havelis. On arrival, transfer to the Hotel/Haveli. Dinner and overnight.
Day 13: Bikaner-Mandawa 190 km/4-5 h
Breakfast. Sightseeing of Bikaner, the "Camel City", visiting some of the major attractions. Drive to Mandawa. On arrival, transfer to the Hotel. Dinner and overnight .
Day 14: Mandawa-Delhi 275 km/5-6 h (by car)
Breakfast. Sightseeing of the city, and visit of Mandawa Castle. End of our Motorcycling Expedition. Last sight of our motorbikes. Heavy brunch and farewell with the expeditions’ team. Departure to Delhi by car. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight.
Day 15: Departure from Delhi
Breakfast in the hotel (room for day use only ). A car and a representative will be at your service. Possibility for some sightseeing in Delhi: Red Fort, Qutub Minar, India Gate etc., or shopping. Transfer to the IG International Airport.
*Day breaks have been chosen for cities that have a greater potential, and cannot just be seen within the short times of our arrivals and departures. We have specifically selected some of them, rather than others, due to their cultural and architectural opulence. These day-breaks will be held on motorbikes.