Get ready for one of the most exhilarating and challenging rides of a life time!
Welcome to Ladahk where the breathtaking scenery has somewhat of a “Mad Max” feeling to it. Thrill seekers will love this tour into the vast and barren landscapes. Ladakh is the highest plateau of the Kashmir and houses stunning ancient monasteries and temples. It also has the highest motorable pass in the world; Kardung La. Be prepared to ride through rough terrain, gravel, creek passings Ladakh also offers a great introduction to the Buddhist culture.This tour takes in some magnificent sights and covers one of the highest passes in the world; Khardung La. Ladakh lies in the Tibetan plateau and for the most part situated at an altitude of 10,000 FT. It houses some of the world’s most stunning monasteries and provides an excellent insight to Buddhist culture. Along the way we will camp at Nubra Valley which lies in the old Silk Route from South to Central Asia. One of Nubra Valley’s landmarks is the 32 meter Maitreya Buddha statue which is maintained by the Diskit Monastery. We’ll also ride to Pangong Tso, the world’s highest brackish lake. Traveling across Ladakh can be challenging and exhilarating never knowing what Mother Nature has in store for us. Terrain can be rough at times and unpredictable weather conditions may force us to adapt our plans en route. We may come across unpaved / dirt tracks, loose gravel & creek crossings. If you are an experienced rider and love adventure riding this is the one for you
Welcome to the vast & wonderful land of the kings; Rajasthan. This is where the mighty Rajput warriors once ruled. The blue city of Jodhpur has the magnificent Meherangarh which houses several palaces with intricate carvings and expansive courtyards. The pink city of Jaipur with its imposing Amber Fort is the capital of Rajasthan offers a melange of old heritage sites to explore. It’s also an excellent spot to shop for local crafts and is famous for its hand block printing. Jaisalmer with its giant sandcastle fort is picture straight out of One thousand and one nights. The holy town Pushkar has a reverent charm and with its famous lake dotted with many temples, it’s the perfect place to kick back and soak in the atmosphere. Bundi is famous for its stunning havelis (traditional, ornately decorated residences) and is surrounded on three sides by hills of the Arravali Range. The impressive Taragarh Fort or ‘Star Fort’ offers sweeping views of this lovely little town. The state of Rajasthan offers a plethora of old world charm steeped in ancient traditions. With its lively folk music, abundant festivals and cattle fairs this state never fails to enchant you. We will pass through local villages and a get a taste of the traditional Rajasthani lifestyle. Be prepared to come eye to eye with elephants, camels, water buffalos and of course Holy cows. Rajasthan is undoubtedly India’s most romantic & colorful state. It boasts an abundance of stunning forts, palaces and architecture. There are many colorful little villages where one can explore the rural traditional live people still lead in Rajasthan. Jaisalmer Fort is a living fort – about 25% of the old city’s population resides within its walls. Its charming narrow alleyways and palace will set you right back in time. Jodhpur is the second largest city of Rajasthan where you will find the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort. This fort houses the Maharaja’s palace, several temples and, tucked away in the back, an extensive garden still carefully maintained till date. Udaipur is often referred to as the “Venice of the East” with its beautiful lakes and the stunning Jag Niwas (Lake Palace). Jag Niwas was built in 1743 – 1746 ] under the direction of the Maharana Jagat Singh II on Lake Piccola. The palace oozes with old world charm and is a must see for those visiting Rajasthan.
These are just a few of the highlights of our Royal Rajasthan tour.
Punjab is probably best known for the Golden Temple in the city of Amritsar. This is the world’s most prominent gurudwara (place of worship for Sikhs). It was built by the fifth Sikh guru, Guru Arjan Dev jee in the 16th Century. Wandering around this breathtaking gurudwara at any given time of the day or night is an experience which will stay with you forever. The Golden Temple offers ‘Langar’ to approximately 100,000 people on a daily basis. Langar ( free food ) is the term used in the Sikh religion for common kitchen/canteen where food is served in a Gurudwara to all the visitors for free. At the langar, only vegetarian food is served, to ensure that all people, regardless of their dietary restrictions, can eat as equals. Langar is open to Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike and all people from diverse religious backgrounds. We will also visit the world famous India / Pakistan border ceremony which takes place in Wagah. Foodies will love the rich cuisine of Punjab.
Welcome to the ‘Land of the Gods’ where you will find an abundance of Hindu temples and pilgrimage centers. This state is also home of the mighty Himalayas and offers some stunning landscapes and biking trails. Mussoorie, Queen of the hills is a wonderful hill station situated at a height of 2000mts above sea level. It offers lush green hills, varied flora and fauna and a cool & comfortable climate year round. Rishikesh is a thrill seekers delight. It offers some of the best river rafting in the world and plenty of other adventure sports such as body surfing, bungee jumping, cliff jumping, rock climbing etc. We will also pay a visit to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram where The Beatles briefly resided in 1968. Located amidst dense pine trees and deodar forests, the picturesque town of Chamba offers stunning views of the Himalayas. It is one of the few places in Uttaranchal which till date remains fairly untouched by tourists.
Himachal Pradesh offers a plethora of old colonial hill stations and snowcapped mountain peaks. It is in Mc Leod ganj, a suburb of Dharamsala, is where His Holiness the Dalai Lama has established his ‘capital in exile’. You can of course visit Tsuglag Khang, the Dalai Lama’s temple where Buddhist monks clad in maroon cloaks, swiftly pass you by. You will also be able to sample the Tibetan cuisine with delicacies such as Tingmo (Tibetan steamed bread) Momos and Tupkha (Tibetan soup). Shimla, the old summer capital of the Raj is still one of India’s finest hill stations with a plentitude of old British colonial architecture. Some fine examples are The Viceroy’s Lodge and the beautiful Christ Church. Chamba Valley is another splendidly isolated valley system, cut off from the Kangra Valley by the Dhauladhar Range and from Kashmir by the Pir Panjal. Himachal Pradesh offers some excellent biking trails and a cool climate most of the year.
Rann of Kutch is a salt marsh located in the western tip of Gujarat ( it is divided into two main parts; Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch.It is located in the Thar Desert bio-geographic area in the Indian state of Gujarat. The area is also spread across the Sind province in Pakistan. This is actually a seasonally marshy region and the word `Rann` means `salt marsh`. Kutch is the name of the district in Gujarat where this region is situated. The marsh covers a huge area of around 10,000 square miles and is positioned between the Gulf of Kutch and the mouth of the Indus River in southern Pakistan. To the northeast corner of the Rann of Kutch lies Luni River, originating in Rajasthan. The fact that the area has desert on one side and the sea on the other makes the Rann of Kutch an interesting region. . The climatic and geo-morphological expansion of the grassland and deserts of the Rann of Kutch has formed gujrat region
Leh & Ladakh / Khardung La
From June till October
Elevation: approx 18.380 ft.
Get ready for one of the most exhilarating and challenging rides of a life time!
This tour takes in some magnificent sights and covers one of the highest passes in the world; Khardung La. Ladakh lies in the Tibetan plateau and for the most part situated at an altitude of 10,000 FT. It houses some of the world’s most stunning monasteries and provides an excellent insight to Buddhist culture. Along the way we will camp at Nubra Valley which lies in the old Silk Route from South to Central Asia. One of Nubra Valley’s landmarks is the 32 meter Maitreya Buddha statue which is maintained by the Diskit Monastery. A visit to Pangong Tso Lake is not be missed. Traveling across Ladakh can be challenging and exhilarating never knowing what Mother Nature has in store for us. Terrain can be rough at times and unpredictable weather conditions may force us to adapt our plans en route. If you are an experienced rider and love adventure riding this is the one for you!
We cover practically every state in India and are continuously on the road to discover new routes so please feel free to drop us a line with your specific requirements.