This is one of the unique adventure to experience in the middle of Rajasthan. you will explore some very important forts and royal palaces. we will cover all the important temples on the way.
Packing List for Royal Enfield/Bullet Tour
Vented summer gloves are the best bet to beat sweaty digits, but you may get cold hands on early starts. Summer-style, water proof gloves are ideal for all-round use. If you suffer greatly from chilly digits then you may want inner-gloves or even winter gloves for the early starts.
A traditional leather bike jacket will be OK, but a little hot and will require you to bring a waterproof over-jacket, or an over-suit. Although armoured textile jackets are generally better than leather, especially those with venting and breathable linings, another tack is to wear a light, vented, armoured jacket and carry a wind/waterproof over-jacket. This way you can stay reasonably cool, but add a wind proof layer for instant warmth.
As with jackets, armoured textile trousers are probably the way to go, but water proof ones tend to be very hot, so better go for a cool pair and carry waterproof over-trousers for chilly days. Likewise, protective jeans are ideal when mated to over-trousers.
Sturdy boots, covering the ankle, are a minimum requirement. We would recommend, though, that you wear ‘proper’ bike boots with shin protection. Touring-type boots fit the bill well, as do race boot sand protective ankle boots.
OTHER CLOTHING & KIT
The list below isn’t everything you might need to bring on one of our tours (some under crackers might also be nice), but highlights things that are best not forgotten. Some of these items (insect repellent, hats, etc) can be bought cheaply in India, but as there may not be the time to nip to the shops on the first day, it’s as well to bring them from home.
On arrival our representative will greet you and transfer to Jaipur. overnight stay
Soon after breakfast, we shall be having an extensive briefing before you take a short ride (in an effort to know your bike better and to get familiar with its controls and riding conditions in India) to Amber town where we also visit the beautiful Palace. The rest of the evening is free for leisure
Leaving Jaipur, you’ll head southwest on NH 8 towards Ajmer to the town of Pushkar, a holy town famous for its lake, various ghats and temples spread all around it.
After breakfast, you’ll saddle-up yet again for a 215 Km ride to the city of Jodhpur. Today’s ride will take you through some village roads of Rajasthan.
The day is yours to visit the places of interest like the Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaswant Thada or the bazaars around the clock tower.
After Breakfast it’ll be time to bid adieu to “the blue city” and take your journey further south towards Ranakpur, a small town located in a wooded valley on the western side of the Aravali range, famous for the white marble Jain temple with intricate carvings. Your final destination today will be a small village of Kelwara situated 6 KM from Kumbhalgarh.
The Mewar fortress of Kumbhalgarh is a remarkable battlement surrounded by a wild life sanctuary, home to a very large variety of wildlife, some of which are highly endangered species. This impregnable fort fell only once to the combined forces of four kingdoms including Emperor Akbar. After visiting the Kumbhalgarh Fort you’ll be proceeding to Udaipur, the city of lakes.
Udaipur, a tourists delight as it is, will most likely have you spending the entire day visiting all it has to offer. The evening will be a great time to absorb the stunning views of the “Pichola Lake” from the sunset point or one of the numerous roof-top restaurants lining the “ghats” around the lake .
Heading north-east from Udaipur, today’s ride takes us to the spectacular fort of Chittorgarh, one of the most romantic of Rajasthan’s fortifications. After a ride to the Fort, you’ll continue further towards the village of Bijaipur. However, before arriving at our destination of the day, we’ll first take a short detour to enjoys village roads in the region.
Day 09: Bijaipur – Bundi (155 KM)
About 150 Km north-east of Bijaipur lies the quaint town of Bundi. Site of yet another impressive fort, the Taragarh, it is also known particularly for its architectural note seen in its ornate forts, palaces, and step-well reservoirs known as “baoris”.
Today’s destination lies further north-east of Bundi and is home to the famous Royal Bengal Tiger. Situated in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, Ranthambhore was formerly the hunting grounds for the Maharajahs of Jaipur before Indian independence. Ranthambhore, now a Project Tiger reserve since 1973, is also home to other major wild animals including the leopard, nilgai, dhole, wildboar, sambar, hyena, slothbear, chital and a variety of birds & reptiles. Soon after arriving you head out again for a safari through the national park.
Today you’ll saddle-up one last time and head back to Jaipur. Having gone around the best of South & East Rajasthan you’ll be “homing” back to Pink City. Tonight’s dinner will be a “Farewell” dinner.
Today, it’ll be time to say good-bye to the Royal Enfields & Rajasthan. After breakfast, you’ll be boarding a bus coach for the last leg of this journey. a city tour of Jaipur city. If you’ve purchased a add-on, you will be transferred to Delhi International Airport.