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Rajasthan Cycle

From the delights of Jaipur we adjust to the pace of the buffalo cart from handlebar level, savouring a way of life that is still in harmony with the seasons. The roads are flat, the days not unduly strenuous and we provide a backup vehicle for your convenience. There will be ample opportunity to witness the spectacular Taj Mahal at sunrise and explore Fatephur Sikri before returning to Delhi where the trip concludes.


7 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 3 dinners
airport transfers on Day 1 & Day 8
expert bilingual guide
group medical kit
good quality accommodation in Delhi/Jaipur/Agra
private vehicles
sightseeing and site entry fees as listed
souvenir World Expeditions kit bag
Overnight train journey to Jaipur
Sightseeing in Delhi
Pink City of Jaipur
Cycling backroads of rural India
Wildlife viewing at Sariska Tiger Reserve
Cycling within Bharatpur Bird Sanct
Sunrise at Taj Mahal
Tour Provider World Expeditions
Number of Days
Price From
AUD $2,140
Start Location
Delhi, India
End Location
Age Range
Avg. 30+
Group Size
4 to 16
Tour Style
Tour Themes
Physical Rating
Easy to Moderate
Tour departure dates
10 Nov 201817 Nov 2018AvailableAUD $2,190
28 Nov 201805 Dec 2018AvailableAUD $2,190
10 Dec 201817 Dec 2018AvailableAUD $2,190
28 Dec 201804 Jan 2019AvailableAUD $2,190
05 Jan 201912 Jan 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
12 Jan 201919 Jan 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
19 Jan 201926 Jan 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
26 Jan 201902 Feb 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
02 Feb 201909 Feb 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
09 Feb 201916 Feb 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
16 Feb 201923 Feb 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
23 Feb 201902 Mar 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
02 Mar 201909 Mar 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
09 Mar 201916 Mar 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
16 Mar 201923 Mar 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
23 Mar 201930 Mar 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
30 Mar 201906 Apr 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
06 Oct 201913 Oct 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
13 Oct 201920 Oct 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
20 Oct 201927 Oct 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
27 Oct 201903 Nov 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
03 Nov 201910 Nov 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
10 Nov 201917 Nov 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
17 Nov 201924 Nov 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
24 Nov 201901 Dec 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
01 Dec 201908 Dec 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
08 Dec 201915 Dec 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
15 Dec 201922 Dec 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
22 Dec 201929 Dec 2019AvailableAUD $2,140
29 Dec 201905 Jan 2020AvailableAUD $2,140
Day 1
Upon arrival at Delhi airport you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel and your leader will brief the group on the trip. The rest of the day is free to adjust to the sights, sounds and smells of India.
Day 2
We transfer to New Delhi station to board the early morning Express train to Jaipur. The train takes five hours, reaching Jaipur by lunchtime, giving us the afternoon to wander the city. The famed "Pink City" of Jaipur is the capital of the state of Rajasthan, and was founded in the early 18th century by Maharajah Jai Singh, who moved from Amber to this new site on the plains.
Day 3
Today is a full day to explore further the city of Jaipur. We visit the City Palace and the Jantar Mantar - the remarkable observatory reflecting Jai Singh's passion for astronomy. There is also the Old City with its bazaars and the Hawa Mahal - the Palace of the Winds, originally built as part of the City Palace complex to allow the ladies of the Royal household to watch the everyday life in the city without themselves being observed. Overnight: Mandawa Haveli
Day 4
Departing from the outskirts of Jaipur we commence the bike section of our trip. Instruction and bike adjustment will take place this morning. We follow the old road that was once a merchant route between the princely state of Alwar and Jaipur. We continue along the Ramgargh road passing small farm settlements and providing endless entertainment to the villagers who are intrigued at the notion of westerners cycling through India. After 17km of cycling we stop at Ramgarh Dam, once the main water source for Jaipur, before continuing to an ancient brick factory, long since abandoned where we stop for a box lunch. After lunch we continue cycling past small towns until late afternoon where stop near Jaisinghpura and travel by vehicle to Sariska Tiger Resort where we will spend two nights. Overnight: Sariska Tiger Resort Cycling distance: 65km
Day 5
We continue riding through timeless India, with lush flowering mustard plantations flanked by overhanging willow trees, and ancient ruins standing as witness to the glorious past of this region. Cycle 10 km to beautiful Siliserh Lake and enjoy lunch at a historical property built by Maharaja Vinay Singh in 1845. We continue our ride to Sariska National Park where our cycling ends for today. Sariska National Park was once home to a significant population of tigers, until a few seasons ago, when poaching reduced numbers. However there are many other animals in the park, and the atmosphere and natural surrounds make the visit very much worthwhile. Return to our hotel the Sariska Tiger Resort. Cycling distance: 41km Note: Sariska National Park is closed 1 July to 30 September and alternative sightseeing is a visit to Alwar Fort and our overnight accommodation will be in Sariska Tiger Camp Resort.
Day 6
We ride through a number of small villages to Rajgarh where we stop for a packed lunch. After lunch we continue cycling another 15km before boarding the bus for the journey to Bharatpur via Mahua. Overnight: Kadam Kunj Resort. Cycling distance: 38km
Day 7
Today we begin cycling early to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Our bikes provide a wonderful mode of transport to move around and explore the park, where swamplands provide habitats for hundreds of bird species. We will then travel with our vehicle to Fatehpur Sikri, to explore Akbar's deserted capital, before continuing on to Agra. Overnight: Man Singh Palace Cycling distance: 28km
Day 8
In the early morning we have a sunrise visit to the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan's mausoleum for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. We continue to Agra Fort, a fitting testimony to the Great Moghuls Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan during the era when Agra was the capital of the Moghul empire. From the Red Fort we'll have more views of the Taj Mahal before driving back to Delhi that afternoon where our trip concludes.