Jaipur is considered as the capital of ancient architecture with a legacy of 300 years old heritage. Biking through a UNESCO World Heritage Site is a beautiful affair that one must have in pink city. And the best time to visit Jaipur by bike is early morning when the life is leisurely unfolding with the first light.

A Jaipur bike tour around the heritage city is highly recommended to the travellers. A slow and relaxed travel experience on a bike gives you a traditional perspective of how morning time develops in this beautiful and historic city. And this will also assist you to closely experience the culture and see more iconic sites and on cycle than you would on other fast vehicles.

Cycle Through Corridors

The old city was systematically planned in a grid structure of blocks and corridors by the Kings and you can bike from the same historical walled city. Handy information or a local guide can be helpful for you to maneuver these structured corridors which are also home to the markets of jewellers, artisans, food and handicraft. Pedaling through these lanes give you a first-hand experience of heritage, culture, local lifestyle and the famous food joints of Jaipur.

You will also notice small tea shops at every nook & corner of an Indian city due to its necessity. You should also stop for a tea which is a basic need of Indians every morning. And travellers can’t miss on it so they are suggested to taste the same aromatic tea prepared with authentic herbs at a popular shack of Sahu Chai &Gulabji tea shop and a few others.


Local Lifestyle

Another attraction on your route can be city’s biggest vegetable and the only flower market which is engaged only during the morning. Men or women, everyone loves colours in life. Your eyes will get abundance of colours from bright yellow, red and blue at one corner to green, pink and orange at another. Ladies drape sarees of bright colours and men can be seen donning colourful turbans on their head. These markets have importance for trade, business and culture and are also a scenic view of city dwellers. These are among our favorite stops during the ‘Jaipur cycle tour’ at ‘Le Tour de India’ and we recommend you also to take a walk through these markets and attend public activities, interact with locals to get a feel of local lifestyle. In between the market tour, you can also find some vintage houses to know their origin story and other attractive spots which top the list of places to visit in Jaipur.


For the love of Food

We answer your biggest question of ‘What to eat in Jaipur’ in a very tempting manner. Food is by far a biggest emotion in India with uncountable delicacies and Jaipur is no exception. Heritage and architecture of Jaipur was nurtured by many Kings and those kings and ancient travellers also introduced their delicious food to the locals. And the tour of Jaipur is incomplete without treating yourselves with the best desserts in Jaipur. We have some names of treats and best food joints in Jaipur to help you out. The combination of Jalebi, Kachori& Samosa is the hero of snacks that quickly makes your tongue flavourful. These can be enjoyed at only at popular shacks and not just any cafe of old city. Second on the list is Gajak, a delicious and nutritious sweet made of sesame seeds and jaggery which can be enjoyed at the shop of Narayan Ji ki Gajak. Next on the list of food is Laddu. It’s the easiest and softest sweet to prepare. It is made of gram four and sugar and you can try this at ’BhagatkeLaddu’. Other snacks and sweets are Ghevar which is again a traditional delicacy and it’s made in a disk shape with Ghee, flour and sugar syrup. Last but not the least is the relishing treat of Lassi (churned yoghurt shake) at a famous shop of ‘Lassiwala. It is scrumptious and fulfilling to your tummy as well.

These sweet and savoury snacks are too inviting to resist from. A brief stop for tea along with snacks with a local person or a guide should not be missed during this tour of Jaipur. Also at the snacks shops in Jaipur, you can see the workers cooking in a huge traditional charcoal stove.

Cultural Connection

Once you visit India, you also get a chance to start the day a local person does every morning. Early mornings in Indian subcontinent are considered to be connected with spirituality and purity. A regular day of every individual is started with devotional practices towards nature and gods. You are suggested to visit Govind Dev Ji temple dedicated to the Lord Krishna. Here you can attend a worship ceremony and feel an uplifting spiritual experience. Even, we haven’t missed this ceremony any day in the last 11 years of doing bike tours of Jaipur early morning.

A good community of devotees is busy preparing for the traditional Aarti (vesper service and devotional hymns). As the main deity’s idol is about to be exposed for the devotees and curtains are unfolding, the people start ringing the traditional bells. The complete aura is mesmerizing when hundreds of devotees sing together with lighted lamps before the sacred idol of Lord Krishna.

Art Attack

Jaipur has been a home to many artisans who came from across the world and settled in the tiny lanes. Their art was patronized by the Kings of Jaipur who helped them to flourish and spread the art among other States as well. You are highly advised to visit old settlements of sculpture artists where one can still see the aura of art and heritage even amidst busy streets. Artisans can be seen striving hard to make beautiful idols of gods on stones. The sounds of hammers and tools are a bit loud yet their detailed art presents a fine blend of spirituality and craftsmanship. There are also some shops of spices and sweets. Everything here is a pot-pourri of fascinating stories and photo opportunities for the tourist. Although the shops are shut in the spices market still you get the strong aroma passing the closed shutters.

These are just a few experiences which we live everyday on our Jaipur cycle tour. A new story adds up in the list with every tour and guest. We at Le tour de India wish that every traveller should experience the best of Jaipur. If you have a bike, just hop on it and you are good to go. Else, if you don’t have a bike, let us know and we are present to assist you with our bike tours. You can select and join our guided bike tours where you don’t have to miss on any of the above mentioned experiences. 

We have yet another something interesting to share with you. The Golden Triangle Adventure is a fresh new idea which can be a wonderful experience for your guest’s first visit to India.

Golden Triangle with Historic Trails, Tigers, and Cycling

The golden triangle is India’s most popular tourist trail, the journey begins in Delhi (The Mogul of Indian cities) > Jaipur the historic pink city (Gateway into the desert land of Rajasthan) > Agra (The erstwhile capital of The Mughal Empire, famously known for the Taj Mahal).

Our Golden Triangle Adventure gives you a great opportunity to experience the real India, where you visit some of the world’s most popular tourist attractions along with getting up close with the culture and traditions of this wonderful land.

“All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien

Rondevouz with the Bengal Tiger
  • Tiger safari in the Ranthambore National Park, a chance to visit the most photographed Tigers in the world.
  • Guided tour to the Ranthambore Fort, where the royals used to host their hunting parties.
An unparalleled experience
  • Lively culture of 3 cities including cycling tour in Jaipur, cross-country bike tour to the royal abode of Pachwer.
  • Another excursion – a guided walk in Pachewar village, observe and learn the native’s way of life.

Celebrate the land of Rajasthan being close to nature to get the most authentic experience.

A mix of adventure with a tinge of our style to enhance your golden triangle experience of visiting India. The most intriguing part of this journey is the way we approach these cities. We tried to get the lively culture of these 3 cities by including cycling tour in Jaipur, a cross-country bike tour to the royal abode of Pachwer covering many villages on the way. And a chance rendezvous with the Royal Bengal Tiger.

A fresh new exciting perspective to the Golden Triangle

Being such a popular tourism sector, the Golden Triangle has become very monotonous over the years. This has made the experience somehow feel very insignificant? Thus with our decades of expertise in Adventure tourism, we have given an exciting and much-needed twist to The Golden Triangle.

“Come let’s Celebrate the Adventurous way, the Fun way, the Green Way.”

>> Read more about this Tour <<

Jaipur cycle tour is one of the most refreshing activities that lets you experience the authentic vibe of Jaipur to its fullest and gets you closer to its local lifestyle. In other words, the tour lets you explore what it means to be a human  for a local Jaipurite.

The early morning bicycle ride makes you admire the heritage beauty and rich culture of the city with utmost calm and peace. Also it is an escape from the busy jam-packed streets of the walled city. The  ride starts as we  come across  the ancient architecture of the city beautifully painted in vibrant pink color that historically represents welcoming and hospitality.

Come let us have tea and continue to talk about happy moments!!

Visiting one of the most renowned food joint of the city  having its existence since ages. The masala chai of  ‘Sahoo chai wala’ is famous for its aromatic spices and herbs such as ginger, cardamom, black pepper and cloves which have many medicinal benefits.

Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand!!

Joining a group of enthusiastic elders for a small laughing yoga therapy that not only increases happiness. But it also strengthens the immune system, reduces pain and lowers stress. Surely the whole yoga session leaves you nothing less than overwhelmed.

The blessings of the temple are priceless!!

The Govind Dev Ji temple ,dedicated to Lord Krishna to understand the deep rooted Indian culture and its religious practices. The spiritual atmosphere enveloping the whole temple , devotees enchanting their devotional hymns and ringing traditional humongous bells will make you feel  like you are  a part of this mesmerizing cultural experience.


Near the temple is the famous vegetable market housing fresh and green leafy vegetables. And a flower market with beautiful garlands used for decorations. The market is run by many small vendors who come from far off places carrying loads of vegetables and flowers over their head. They come early in the morning and work immensely hard throughout the day to earn their livelihood. As we interact with them we will see how these vendors are full of warmth and affection.

A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and the soul of its people!!

Discovering the true essence of Jaipur leads us riding through the old narrow historical streets inhabited by the local jaipurites. The Indo-Islamic architecture, havelis, ancient residential houses and colorful old age walls depict the real picture of the lifestyle of Jaipur. The huge courtyards where children would play cricket and badminton enables sharing all the joyous moments. Above all, the joint families celebrating family get togethers reflects the unified Indian culture.

What more Jaipur has to offer??

Take a halt for some delicious freshly fried potato fritters of Jagganath Pakori Wala at a peaceful rooftop settlement. A small yet relaxing chit chat session with tea and potato fritters perfectly complimenting each other amidst a striking view of the walled city is enough to experience the simple yet pleasant Jaipurite life.

Another attraction of the walled city is the Murti Market famous for its marble sculptures all over the world. It is amazing to see how the Indian artisans transforms a stone into beautiful sculptures through minute detailing. The rhythmic sounds of hammer and tools present a bit loud yet soothing music. The artisans are busy in sculpting the images of Hindu Deities. The street presents a fine blend of spirituality and art.




The trip ends at our last stop, the Lassiwala , to  hydrate ourselves with a glass of lassi (churned yogurt shakes). The Lassi outlet is built in the independence era just outside the walled city. Since then it has become a usual spot for all age groups. Lassi is not only a famous drink in India. But it has its own health benefits of improving digestion and keeping our bodies hydrated.

Jaipur is one of the historical cities that is even today has its roots deeply rooting to its ancient values and heritage over the years. It promises to make you fall in love with its rich and vibrant culture.

“Mean Machine with a Roaring sound gives you a swag when you explore on Motorbike.”

Wandering through the wonderland called India on a bike is not just a dream, it’s a feeling that only a traveler can feel. Motorcycle tours in India are a thrilling experience, takes you to places and enables one to explore the unexplored. Be it old city tours, be it riding through deserts, lakeside roads or farmlands your bike will take you everywhere. Bikers are never alone as the people are as welcoming as this land. Live on roads in the daylight and Stay with the villagers at night. Imbibe the culture and share your love with them as they share their life with you. There are numerous guided motorcycle tours available from all-inclusive types to full customisation as per requirements of the adventure seekers.

Motorcycle tours on various terrains and regions across India are the newfag of Adventure tourism in India. Among these, the Himalayan Motorcycle tours and specially Leh Ladakh motorcycle tours are quite popular because of the toughest of the terrains, best of scenic locations, highest motorable paths and a journey of true adventure

Highest Motorable road in the World

India motorbike trips
Motorcycle tours in India

Ride your motorbike to the ‘Khardung-La’ pass, in Ladakh, which is the highest motorable pass at 18,350 ft. A ladakh bullet trip is the most sought after among various motorbike trips in India. This is one of the most desired places among riders. July to September is the best time to pack your bags and plan a Leh Ladakh road trip. There are Leh ladakh road trip packages wherein we can join a gang of riders and be becoming a part of adventure trip spread across 7 to 10 days. Leh Ladakh motorcycle tour packages are mostly guided motorcycle tours. This adventure tourism on Royal Enfield bikes is all about exploring the Himalayas and its beauty. Moreover, it’s about exploring your true own strength. Most of the guided motorcycle tours are on the lines of adventure tourism in India. Of all these tours mostly they are Royal Enfield tours as these Royal Enfield bikes are the most trusted bikes in India for this kind of terrains. 

India on Motorcycle – Motorcycle Tours in India

Motorcycle tours in India
India motorbike trips

A motorcycle lets us wander in some of the best places in India. Offroad riders in Leh-Ladakh mountains, Thar desert in Rajasthan, through coffee plantations in Coorg and Munnar, to the Western Ghats. Saltwater lakes at Sambhar, Rajasthan, and Rann of Kutch at Gujarat are the most adventurous lands to ride a bike on and get some picturesque sights to capture.  Of All these places a ride into the Himalayas, a Himalayan Motorcycle tour is very special and one of the things to do for all motorcycle enthusiasts and adventure seekers in India. All these places are not too far when you have a Motorcycle. A Royal Enfield tour in India has become symbolic of adventure tourism in India

Picture Perfect Journey

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leh ladakh road trip packages

Riding a motorbike is the best possible way to capture candid life through the lenses. Welcoming people, playful kids, moods of sunsets, sitting with villagers and exchanging your lives over tea are such moments which are worth clicking only when you are open to nature & not prisoned in a four-wheeler. Any group rides or adventure tours to any part of India will surely have some scenic experiences which you will love to capture the moment and cherish it later.

Continue reading – Cycling adventures trips in Rajasthan.

Further to our mesmerizing cycling to the majestic Himalayas, you must have read (Story Till Keylong)

 The Adventure cycling trip to Leh continues …

Keylong 3145m to Patseo 3751m

Keylong – Jispa 21kms

Jispa-Darcha 7.5kms

Darcha-Patseo 16kms

The valley in which keylong lies is dotted with small villages, shady poplar and willow trees and rivulets. This is the last permanent habitation until the villages on the far side of Taglangla La, over 250 kms away. So during the cycling tour anything to buy or to see a market, that will be here only. There are wonderful views of the glaciers on the southeast side of the valley as you cycle further to Leh.

 Jispa 3255m

The cycling expedition is challenging yet rewarding as well asThe road rises and falls to Jispa village. It’s one of the very beautiful villages to stay near the riverside or camping. Camping during the road trip to ladhak is the best options Le Tour De India do it with luxuries where you can enjoy all kind of activities like campfire and hot food along with the other travelers you might meet in the village. 

Darcha 3320m

The river meandering on the wide plain can appear particularly beautiful. After crossing the river on your bike there’s a switchback climb past the turnoff to the Zanskar Valley over the Shingo La Pass, after which the highway tracks the river of Bhaga upstream to Patseo.


things to do in lehPatseo 3751m

On the bike trip to leh, this is the place where There’s nothing except a flat ground for camping. We will go 10 kms

further away from Patseo to Zing Zing Bar. 

Patseo doesn’t seem like much but until the 1950s, it was the gathering place for traders from Zanskar, Lahaul, Kullu and Ladakh who would meet to barter salt and wool from the uplands for grains and tea from the low lands. And today this is gathering place for the  cycling, motorbikes who are riding to Leh   

Patseo 3751m to Sarchu 4408m over Baralachla La Pass 4918m

Patseo – Zing Zing Bar 10kms

Zing Zing Bar – Baralachla 22kms

Baralachla La Pass-Bharatpur 5.5 kms

Bharatpur-Sarchu 20.3 kms

Zing Zing Bar 4062m

An exotic name for a meager place. There’s a road workers’hut a d some level ground. From Zing zing bar the climb continues through a bare, rock landscape. It’s on a plain and smooth surface. 

Cycling from Manali to Leh

Baralachla La (4915m)

Brown rocks and the odd patch of snow is not the landscape you’d expect while cycling to the great Himalaya range, but that’s exactly what you will see here. The scene will clearly give you a picture of Chocolate-Vanilla layered ice-cream cone. 

You are cycling in India but You are now also 110m higher than the summit of Mount Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain. Baralachla La has yet another surprise. It’s a three-way pass joining Spiti, Ladakh, and Lahaul. The approach from the South East is an old trail from the beautiful lake of Chandra Tal and the Spiti Valley. 

The descent from the top to Bharatpur has a scenery of marbled pink mountain rising from the Yama river set off my swathes of green and glacial lakelet.

manali to leh 

Sarchu 4408m

In the late evening light, Sarchu is stunning: the Grass a vivid green, the Tarmac road, vast grounds alongside the roads and another opportunity of staying in tented camps with all the luxuries is  arranged by Le Tour De India. This place allows you to relax your cycling muscles after the rigors of the passes and prepares you for the passes ahead your biking trip to Leh. There are even small Edelweiss-like flowers growing on the verge. 

The best camping is on the canyon side beyond the tented camps.

 This is also the border between Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh: finally, you’re entering ‘The Land of Lamas’. 


Our cycling Journey to Leh has even more interesting stories to tell… and the adventure still continues….

Explore Rajasthan on Bicycles – Road Trip Experience of Royal Rajasthan.


Ladakh has not just some of the tallest mountains but also the highest roads in the world and passes of over 5300 mtrs, climbs of over 50 km and descent of 4500 mtrs. It all sum up together to offer a classic trip of lifetime to true adventure lovers. You can be one of them.

We at ‘Le Tour De India‘ working as a luxury adventure travel company would love to share our experiences with the insights of this region which includes pre trip planning-when to go- where to stay-find a bed and bite and some stories. 


Spring (April to June) and Autumn (September and October) are the best months to visit and see the serenity of these mountains. The average temperature in Ladakh is below freezing for half the year but in our leh ladakh bike tour packages you will be taken care of with all the warm camping and freshly made hot food. 

Organised tours:

If you only have a couple of weeks holiday and lack the time or confidence to plan a trip yourself an organised tours by Le Tour De India could be your answer. 

Our tour will allow you to enjoy your holidays without a worry in the world. In return for your money, we at Le Tour De India will find the best-value places to stay and to eat, juggle the logistics as well as crisis-management during the trip.

We are proud enough to have some enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide who will be an unending source of facts and stories about Leh Ladakh and leave no stone unturned to make your trip a memory of the lifetime to cherish. 

1.) Manali (1900 m) to Marrhi (3303 m)

The Leh ladakh road trip starts on the left bank of the river Bea’s and follows it upstream past some shops and the Tibetan colony. A sign at the bridge over the Beas details distances until Leh – only 475 kilometers to go!

The Pir Panjal range is visible in the distance and around the roads are apple orchards, small villages and high up, waterfalls coming from the rock faces. Then starts the hairpins. 

In this Leh bike tour as the road climbs it offers fantastic view back down the valley to the glinting tin roofs of Manali and across to the snow-tipped peaks above Solang Valley. Here you will be offered, on rent, the furry dresses and Wellington boots to visit the Rohtang Pass which is 55 kms from Manali. 

manali to leh on bike

Marrhi at 3303 m is 36 km away from Manali and is a motley collection of souvenir stalls and roadside restaurants.  We will take a small stop there to freshen up with hot soup and food and after a quick visit will depart to reach Rohtang Pass.

2.) Marrhi 3303 m to Keylong 3145 m over Rohtang LA 3988 m

Marrhi – Rohtang LA 16 km

Rohtang LA-Gramphoo 7 Km

Gramphoo-Khoksar 13 km

Khoksar-Sissu 15 Km

Sissu-Thandi 27km

Thandi-Keylong 8 km

Once you get above Marrhi the landscape becomes bleaker as the views become more dramatic. A popular sport in northern India is paragliding and you will see a jump off point a kilometre above Marrhi’s Huts. 

Moody weather:– it’s not that only a girlfriend can be moody; the weather up on Rohtang Pass is often moody rolling clouds which then rend apart to reveal a dazzling blue sky behind and high valley slicing through rivers and waterfalls. Cow parsely, wild flowers in pinks, blues and reds and shrubs dot the fields and there are often horses and donkeys grazing up here. 

Rohtang Pass 3988 m

On a clear day the views are spectacular, the gentle and verdant. Kullu valley lies behind while ahead lies Lahaul – rugged, dramatic and surreal. “Surely the gods live here, this is no place for men” as Kim observed in Kipling’s classic adventure of that name. 

Fact: this is one of the most extreme climate changes in the world: monsoonal India to the southern face of the great Himalayas.

manali leh bike tour

Khoksar 3152 m

The dhaba owners are friendly here and so good is the food that will satisfy your hunger after a long journey of uphill and downhill of 36 kms from Marrhi. Beyond the bridge at Khoksar the road dips and climbs along the banks of the Chandra Bhaga river and is often rutted and rough until Sissu; some sections may even be washed out. You might find a Nepali or a ladakhi guy playing a guitar outside a Dhaba on a bright sunny day. 

Sissu 3086 m

Trees of poplar and willow line the road as you approach Sissu and peas, potatoes, barley and buckwheat grow in the terrace fields etched into the valley sides. Near the village an impressive waterfall cascades between two mountain peaks in the far side of the valley. 

There are some family-run guest houses here in the villages. After Sissu a nalah (big drainage) before the hairpins is nicknamed ‘pagal (crazy) nalah’ as it floods without warning and destroys the road. 

Keylong 3145 m

This small dusty market town is the last place to stock up on good food supplies. It’s entered by a ceremonial gateway. After this town we will start our journey to the next beautiful destination which is Jispa village

This is all a beginning to a journey, mesmerizing and full of adventurous roads and tracks and drains and mountains and passes, that will take you through a path known for its treacherous nature to one of the most sought-after destinations by every adventurous soul on the planet. Read on for further insights of the tour and the land….



An exhilarating experience in the Aravalli Hills
Cycle Tour to Rural & Classical Rajasthan INDIA

Nahargarh Cycling Expedition – A Ride in the Nahargarh Hills of Jaipur
The Nahargarh fort which is at the height of above 700 meters from the sea level provides a panoramic view of the city and the Aravalli forests.Bike trip to the Nahargarh fort through the forest roads is a very challenging excursion.

Rajasthan Cycling Holiday Packages

Rajasthan fixed Departure Cycling Tour

For nature lover and adventure seeker birding enthusiasts and fitness junkies. Get ready for an adrenaline rush and climb the steep Nahargarh hill on a bicycle.

Ride to the highest point in the city to breathe the fresh mountain air in the morning.

Bike Ride to Nahargarh in Jaipur

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Above 9 kilometers of cycling in the hills that feature a few hairpin curves and rolling switchbacks.
An option to go off road through the canal road built in the 19th century.




The Birds of NahargarhA-Ride-in-the-Nahrgarh-Hills-of-Jaipur-Rajasthan-INDIA-300x225
On your way to the top enjoy the breeze and the music of various birds to spot like Peacocks, Parakeets (Indian parrot) and the Indian Roller etc.





The Nahargarh Summit – Highest point in the CityHighest Point of Nahargarh Fort Jaipur
Ride to the highest summit of the hill overlooking the city also catch the bird’s eye view of the Mansagar Lake.
Watch the city is drenched in gold as the rising Sun envelopes the walled city from behind the Nahargarh Mountain.

Cycling to the top of the city, all the way to the Nahargarh Fort is fun and a terrific way to challenge oneself.
Climbing this historic mountain is a passionate experience for anyone who wants to break away from the regular drugs of mainstream tourism.

You only live twice. Once when you are born and next when you are on Bicycle.

No windshields and no metal roofs, it’s only the cycle where you are in direct contact with Mother Nature and that too at a moderated pace. Compared to other vehicular mediums, a Cycle allows you to interact with people and listen to their stories more frequently and more intimately. And when travel and cycle is combined together then you can’t ask for a better adventure. It’s high time that you plan your next trip on a bicycle and explore your city, state and your country. Enjoy your cycle tour to the fullest by combining it with your best buddies.

Pedal to Heritage

Cycling in Heritage city
Every city, like its people, has their own persona which is shaped by stories and history of hundreds of years. That loads of history is told every time you cycle through the lanes of Indian cities to some heritage sites and local bazaars. Come roll on a bicycle to get a first-hand experience of life in Indian cities. 

Cycling adventures trip in Rajasthan – Tour by Le Tour de India. Explore Rajasthan on Bicycles, it becomes more interesting when we hop on a bicycle and paddle to experience the world and people first hand.

India on Bicycle

Bicycling in India
Cycling through the length and breadth of India be it Golden sand dunes of Rajasthan, Majestic mountains of Himalayas, Beaches in God’s own country ‘Kerala’ or the Forests of North east India is an incredible mix of adventure travel where you get to explore the majestic forts, monasteries, snow capped mountains and temples. In addition, we get a wholesome treat of traditional culture, delicious food, peace loving people, multi-hued attires, picturesque landscapes and loads of love.

Country Roads and Camping

Village cycle tour
You cannot ask for a better trip than a cycling when it comes to going through the county roads. These cycle tours take you to the countryside life where you get to talk to the locals, prepare traditional food with them and enjoy local cuisine followed by a sound sleep in a Hut/Camp or in a village Royal Fort.

Wildlife Cycle Safari

wildlife Cycle tour
It’s better not to ruin the peace of a forest while enjoying it during your travel. So cycle, being a non-motorable vehicle, is best to explore a wildlife. Cycle down to some of the landscapes and in return, you will get to see some best ecosystems in the Western Ghats, Kerala, Munnar, Coorg, Darjeeling, Satpura Mountains in dense forests of Madhya Pradesh, Aravali hills & Desert Ecosystem in Rajasthan.

So this is how you explore on a bicycle in India and learn to lead a charming lifestyle.

Ever missed sleeping under the starry skies? or Ever craved for a camping in a breezy night with a billion of stars twinkling for you for a whole night?

Come at Sambhar Lake (a salt lake), near Jaipur to have a lifetime experience of Stargazing. And if you are lucky enough then you might see a meteor shower as well. This place is just 80 km’s. from Jaipur and has a biggest salt producing lake in Rajasthan.

This place is abundant with picturesque beauties and you will find a vast empty land full of desert sand and white salt. It just looks like an empty canvas where you can add your own colors of adventure. The lake is located around 22 km from the Sambhar town. The whole area of the lake is spread over v the length and breadth of 45 km. Travelers can choose to come in the evening and camp in the night. A temple of the Goddess ‘Shakambhari Mata’ welcomes you at the start of the lake and this is exactly where you can descend down to the vast spread of dried and parched area of the lake.

The whole parched region has no vegetation and you can clearly see the horizon to the extent of 360 degree which is a picture perfect scene with the small hills and flickering lights in the night. A cool breeze in the night and a night spent under the starry nights along with a camp fire is one cherishing memory that no-one wants to avoid.

Rajasthan tour at Motorcycle

Itinerary: Cycle tour and Motorbike tour starts from Jaipur and it takes you through all the countryside roads which are welcoming sign in the state of Rajasthan. Started in Jaipur, we proceed through the country roads of some towns like Kalwaar, Jobner, Phulera and lastly at Sambhar.

Then, at Sambhar, we have a Horse riding tour planned for some 20 km before the lake. Horse riding is an another kind of adventure which gives guests a graceful and a stud-style of exploring.

Horse Safari in Rajasthan India

Horse Power: A special breed of horses called ‘Marwari’ horses are reared and used in safaris. This breed is considered to be equipped with all the royal qualities like power, grace, beauty, built and their canter which give them a distinctive identity and their riders as well.

The possibilities of adventure and touring are huge. Be it a Cycle tour, be it a Motorbike tour or be it a Horse riding.. you just name it and we have it all for you. We, at Le Tour de India, provide you all those possibilities with a great zeal.

As the season changes and winter are here to delight with its striking colors. Travelers are ready to head to the royal state of Rajasthan which sparkles with all the powerful colors of winter that match with its golden sand and traditional ambiance. Being cycle traveler and a road captain at  ‘Le Tour De India’ we’ve pedaled the length and breadth of royal Rajasthan and have come across some splendid spheres here. Pushkar, the holy town, is the place we’ve explored the most and still find it mystic.

Rajasthan Cycling Holiday Packages

Rajasthan fixed Departure Cycling Tour

Here “Le Tour De India” has picked up some essential things to do when in Pushkar, so whether you are a cyclist, a Motorcyclist or a backpacker, take your pick and enjoy your next trip to Pushkar.

Tour Package in Pushkar Rajasthan
Nestled amidst of Aravali hills this town inherits its name from the lake situated in its center which has my theological importance. The tranquil town tempts everyone, be it a backpacker, a solo wanderer, a hitch hiker, a biker or a cyclist with all its serene sanctity. So here is our travel blog on what-to-explore-in-Pushkar

1. Stroll & Shop

Explore the exotic markets of Pushkar by walking around and roaming through narrow lanes. Just don your hat and sport your shades on and you’re good to go. You will be left eye-struck by the shops of big oil paintings, beaded jewelry, flashy trinkets and traditional wears among others. Be smart and earn your Bargain.

Shpping in Rajasthan

2. Shoot & Scoot

The pristine countryside, golden sand, houses with hued walls, rippling waves of the holy lake, children diving into the lake, painters with their strokes, preachers offering prayers, gypsies playing the chords and walls with graffiti all these eye-striking scenes waits for the apertures of your cameras to be opened up and your focus.
So just fix your camera lenses in, zoom in and out, choose your angle and click. You’ve got it… a memory for life!!

Rajasthan Traditinal Dress

3. Soak in the Spiritual stint

If you are a Spirituality Seeker then you’ve descended at the right place. This holy town, with a whopping number of as many as thousands temples, gives appealing vibes to every religious devotee. Visit the only temple of Lord ‘Brahma’ on earth and ‘Rangji’ temple and listen to the mythological stories sitting on the 52 ‘Ghats’ (steps) of the holy ‘Sarovar’ (lake).

Rajasthan tour

4. Sublime Sunset:

Walk to the Jaipur Ghat and complacently watch the shining Sun setting down and pouring its scintillating rays down in the unruffled holy lake. Spend your evening here with this enchanting view and with daily traditional music performances that will put you into a trance.

Rajasthan Tour

5. Splurge on local cuisine

Devour on the delectable delicacies and quench your gustatory sensations here. If you have a sweet tooth then ‘Maalpua’ (Indian Pancake) is here with all its crisp and sweetness. Made of refined flour and lavish with pure clarified butter, is served hot and properly baked.For some spicy flavors go for ‘’Falafel Wraps’’, the flat bread stuffed with tomatoes and chopped vegetables with curd spread.And for the love of some Italian, French and Mexican food temptations head to some restaurants, splashed with technicolor graffiti, like La Pizzeria, Nirvana rooftop restaurant, and Pink Floyd.

Splurge on Local Cuisine

Pushkar has a great public transport connectivity. It’s Just 14 km far from Ajmer city and 140 km far from Jaipur city. With a festive season ahead and a nice weather for travel, plan your trip to romp in this place which is a great confluence of spirituality and modernity.