Motorcycle Tours in India| Guided Motorcycle Tours in India, Nepal, Zanskar, Sri Lanka




14 Days / 13 Nights


Rider 2460 €
Pillion 2010 €






2640 km


Rajasthan invites you to the luxury of the Maharajas (Indian princes) and the Moguls (Arab emperors)! The Rajputs are powerful and daring sword fighters who live in the Thar Desert, where Mogul wars historically took place. Explore the unique fusion of Rajput inventiveness and Mogul influence that gave life to Rajasthani culture and architecture, a treasure of Indian architectural history. Rajasthan is India's most colorful state and, as a result, an incredible visual treat. Every city has its own personality, and many of them may be recognized by their color. While Jaipur, Rajasthan's capital and jewel, is made of the rarest pink sandstone, Jodhpur is a genuine mosaic of various colors of blue, painted that way to differentiate the dwellings of Brahmins, who make up the majority of the city's residents. Jaisalmer was clothed in similar hues of yellow as if to fit in with the Thar Desert. Udaipur (real oasis) is the most exquisite and lush of them all, with its stately palaces, white-washed buildings, and several lakes. Women clothed in saris of various colors seem like beautiful flowers and diamonds, veiled in semi-transparent veils in an unlimited range of tones that almost miraculously match those of the Havelis (wealthy merchants' residences), sumptuously painted as if to dazzle passers-by. With their original song and dancing, as well as their iconic camels, vibrant, high-spirited Gypsies wander the desert. The Himalayas have now inherited the glory of the world's oldest and formerly tallest mountains. The Aravalis, which are no longer taller than ordinary hills, bows modestly.


Airport pickup and transport to the first hotel (room available afternoon). It is recommended that you arrive early in order to enjoy Delhi and adjust to jet lag. Delhi is the Republic of India's capital. It is one of India's busiest cities and continues to grow at a rapid pace. While being a very bustling city, Delhi demonstrates a very rich historical background. The city is home to one of the most stunning museums in the country. The modern city of Delhi is built atop the ruins of seven ancient towns.

After breakfast, we'll board a private bus to Mandawa, where we'll check into our historic hotel. You will be shown about Mandawa on your Royal Enfield Motorcycle and taken on a pleasant acclimatization trip. Later, we'll take a tour through the village and mingle with the locals, as well as see some spectacular Havelis (wealthy merchants' residences) and take in the vibrantly painted streets.

We'll travel deep into the Thar desert today to Bikaner, where we'll meander through the congested alleys to Junagarh Fort, which is magnificently ornamented with mirror work, murals, and excellent stone sculptures. The fort's architectural grandeur is unquestionably worth seeing. The sheer size of Bikaner's people, as well as its pulsating energy, will captivate you.

The Northern Thar Desert is dotted with sand dunes, from where we will travel on a partially paved military route to the desert stronghold of Jaisalmer, a historic caravan settlement. This reminds me of a dream from the book 1001 Nights. At the end of the day, we'll be treated to a delectable supper buffet at our hotel.

We travel deeper into the Thar Desert in search of a secluded sand paradise. We'll spend some time among the sand dunes riding camels, the desert's ships. We'll see the dazzling glitter of Jaisalmer's citadel in the distance, as well as the golden light of the surrounding desert, from our sunset vantage point.

We're heading east today to Jodhpur, the "blue city" of the Brahmins (good roads for the last 100km). Jodhpur is one of Rajasthan's most beautiful cities, a truly living museum of the state's vibrant culture. We'll have time in the evening to roam about town, which is a photographer's dream — lovely people and gorgeous architecture should keep everyone aesthetically satiated.

We'll tour some of Jodhpur's must-see attractions before going to the old Marwar kingdom in the afternoon. The old Mehrangarh Fort and the magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace will enthrall you. While going through the colorful and lively, tiny alleys of Jodhpur, you may also get a peek of the city's life.

We journey to Ranakpur's iconic white Jain temple, which attracts pilgrims of one of India's major religions, Jainism. We'll then go via the Aravalli Mountains' modest hills to Udaipur, the historic capital of the Marwari province, which is situated around Pichola Lake. Udaipur is considered an oasis because of its dense forest and lakes, as well as its beautiful green surroundings.

We ride our Royal Enfields to Khumbalagarh Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site encircled by the world's second-longest wall, after China's Great Wall. Following a visit to Kumbalghar Fort, we go to Jojawar in the north, passing through the Aravalli Mountains on our way to the Marwari region's large semi-arid plains.

Our next overnight stay will be at Pushkar. It is a tiny yet significant Hindu pilgrimage destination. The sole temple devoted to Brahma (the creator of the cosmos and the Vedas) is located in this town. It is one of India's oldest cities, and while the exact era of its founding is uncertain, tradition credits Lord Brahma with its construction. Pushkar is also known for its annual camel fair, which takes place every November.

Today's trip will take us to Jaipur, often known as the Pink City. The "City of Victory," Jaipur, was the Mogul Empire's third capital and is now the state capital of Rajasthan. The Amber Fort, Jaipur's most valuable treasure, is difficult to imagine without it. You'll have the day free to do some exploring. As one of Historic India's wealthiest towns, Jaipur is now a stunning and dynamic combination of modern times and old Indian culture, capturing the essence of Rajasthan's royal kingdom.

We visit the Amber Fort before riding north of Jaipur and then on backroads to the Kesroli fort in the Alwar area. We next proceed to Ranthambore National Park. This was formerly a royal wildlife reserve, and it is here that you may view famous Indian tigers in their native habitat. In Eastern Rajasthan, the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is located at the confluence of the Aravalli and Vindhyas rivers.

Unfortunately, this is the tour's final ride. We'll stop for lunch at a nearby restaurant before continuing on to Agra. We'll see the Taj Mahal in the afternoon, an Indo-Mughal architectural marvel and the world's 7th wonder. A nighttime visit to the white lotus monument to see the sunset is strongly recommended.

In a private car, we return to the noise and bustle of Delhi on the last day of your journey. We rest and shower at the hotel before returning to the streets of Old Delhi in the afternoon. You will be taken to the Indira Gandhi International Airport in the evening, from where you will fly to your next destination. We hope you liked your motorbike ride through Maharajah country with us.


  • Departure : Delhi Airport
  • End : Delhi Airport
  • Average Daily Ride Hours: 5-6
  • Departure guarantee from 4 participants
  • Baggage transfer by vehicle.


  • All airports transfer
  • All accommodations in double/twin rooms.
  • Dinner & Breakfast
  • Royal Enfield Himalayan Bike 410CC
  • One backup vehicle for luggages
  • Experience English speaking Guide on own motorcycle
  • Experience motorcycle mechanic


  • International flight
  • Lunch
  • Personal Expensis
  • Tips for the team
  • Monuments entrance fees
  • Motor bike equipments
  • Drinks