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.”

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Jaipur Horse Riding Adventure

Jaipur Horse Riding Adventure
An opportunity to ride back into time with the pure-breed Marwari horses near Jaipur. These horses are the pride of Rajasthan with heroic stories of utmost loyalty to their masters, especially in the Time of war.
An adventurous true equestrian experience riding Marwari horses of Rajasthan through forests and village fields. The ride begins with a Jeep ride to our stud farm. Through secret and very less traveled country roads.

Brief visits to the ancient Hanuman Temple while our horses rest and rejuvenate themselves at a local water shelter. In the village school, there is a unique interactive session with the kids. It will be interesting to see who learns from whom.

Hop again on your horses to ride straight to the Imperial Farm of the royal family. As the lunch is being prepared at the royal kitchen, relax poolside as we discuss enigmatic tales about the land.
After a delectable royal meal, ride the Jeep to the Royal Fort of Boraj. High Tea will be served on top of the Gazebo. At the Fort enjoy the panoramic view of the land.

Rajasthan on Motorcycles

Jaipur Puchkar Motorbike tour
The Motorcycle tour of Rajasthan is not just about nonchalantly riding motorcycles across a piece of land. It is about a journey where one traverses through centuries of rich and varied heritage.
On the mighty Royal Enfield Motorcycles with thundering engines like a beat to the songs of Rajasthan. This music is the mix of adventure and the spirit of the hospitality of Rajasthan.
Our Royal Enfield motorcycles are best suited to the rugged rusty semi arid terrain of Rajasthan. Only with the company of this mighty motorcycle, you make the most of this journey.
On these week long tours, we ride through the lesser known routes, not usually featured on regular tourist maps.

This journey entails staying at some really exotic locations like:

Mandawa: Named as the world’s largest open art gallery. Mandawa is the largest collection of frescos and paintings inscribed on its various mansions.

Khimsar: Imagine an oasis with all the luxuries in the world, you imagine Khimsar. Nestled in the midst of sand dunes of western Rajasthan, Khimsar captures your imagination with its centuries old heritage.

Bijaipur: A peaceful fort palace in eastern Rajasthan in the middle of a forest. Bijaipur is a lesser known treasure for every traveler visiting Rajasthan.

Sāmbhar Sawarda Motorcycle Tour

Sambhar Sawarda Motorcycle Tour
Begin this ride in Jaipur on your shiny Royal Enfield Motorcycles. What awaits us is a day full of riding through the scenic landscape and village fields all the way to the Sāmbhar Salt Lake.
This journey has several pit stops so that you make the most of your ride while exploring as much as you ride through the rusty rugged terrain of Rajasthan.

Riding Royal Enfield Motorcycles across the Sāmbhar Salt Lake gives you an empowering feeling. The landscape is a long stretch of nothingness. Yet the feeling that you get is fulfilling in itself.
Our love affair with the Rajasthani country roads continues on the way to Fort Sawarda. And the entire route is ready to be taken over by our Motorcycles.

Reaching Sawarda right in time for a delectable lunch meal prepared in the royal kitchen. Followed by a walk in the village and discover the passionate craftsmanship and artistry long forgotten in modern cities.
The time comes to a pause when we sit on top of a gazebo where high tea is served. It is not just the Masala Tea that is for you to relish it is also the entirety of Sawarda that is to be experienced here.

Ride back with the yellow twilight in the open sky acting as a guiding factor and fresh air brushing against our faces. Only a journey like this one can connect a person to the land.

Jaipur Sariska Motorcycle Tour

Jaipur Sariska Motorcycle Tour

What comes to your mind when you say the words Rajasthan and Adventure in the same breath?
At the Jaipur Sariska Motorcycle Tour, you have it all in store for you. A complete adventure filled with riding in the open sky through the Aravali Forests of Rajasthan.
Starting from Jaipur ride into the historic town of Nayla, where traditional local markets will have the most elaborate range of arts and crafts that you can imagine. Ride further into the wilderness and rugged gravel roads into the Jamwa Valley.

The Jamwa valley is home to the ancient temple of the Mighty Jamwa goddess. Surrounded by lush green landscapes and the Rocky Mountains.

Riding further on the way on your Royal Enfield Motorcycles reach the mysterious Bhangarh Fort. The mystery around the fort surfaces as we walk into this abandoned ghost town.
The town is said to be cursed during its pinnacle years and since abandoned for nobody to be allowed inside the fort after dark.As you continue to immerse yourself in the lush green landscape on the beeline of the Sariska National Park, you reach our luxury resort.

Now it is the time to relax by the pool and reflect back on this amazing journey that transformed this day for us. What awaits us at night is the clear open sky with the stars shining down upon us.

Visiting Leh Ladakh can be a splendid experience with an abundance of natural beauty on offer. There are a number of attractions in Leh Ladakh that are filled with extreme pristine beauty, the list includes some of the well- known ancient monasteries, palaces, various gompas, mountain peaks, wildlife safaris, adventure activity spots and much more. Ladakh with a unique characteristic that is a blend of Indian, Tibetan as well as Buddhism linings make it a place which is worth paying a visit to.

This beautiful hilly region, every year, is visited by a large number of local as well as foreign tourists. It is both a popular summer as well as a winter holiday destination. With the range of adventure activities that it has to offer such as trekking, mountain biking, rafting, mountaineering and so on, it is well-known amidst adventure enthusiasts too.

Wildlife Adventure

Cycle tour in india

Ladakh is also known as a wildlife destination, which boasts of being home to a number of exotic animals as well as bird species in their natural habitat. A huge variety of flora and fauna is another attraction. The region of Ladakh with a unique ecosystem gives an opportunity of a wildlife as well as a photography enthusiast to view some rare wildlife species with a striking background of the snowy peaks.

As this region of Himalaya falls under the rain shadow region, therefore there aren’t much of rains. In the lower elevation, dry forests of juniper, Populus – Salix forests and subalpine dry birch – fir, sub alpine dry birch – fir are featured.

Hemis National Park provides shelter to almost 16 mammal species. Some other species spotted in the national park are Asiatic Ibex, Shapes, Eurasian Brown Bear, Tibetan Wolf, Red Fox, Himalayan Mouse Hare, Mountain Weasel, Himalayan Marmot, etc. The national park is bordered by the bank of Indus River. The catchments of Markha, Sumdah, and Rumbak, together with the regions of Zanskar Range. The Karakoram-West Tibetan Plateau alpine steppe eco-region also covered the national park. The area features Alpine Tundra, Meadows, Alpine Shrublands and Pine Forests.

You can spot Yaks, Ibex, Tibetan hair, Blue sheep, wild ass, Bharal, Marmot, the Tibetan antelope, also called the Chiru and the Snow Leopard etc. This region is home to as many as 310 species of fauna like Golden Eagle, Lamagier, Wall creeper, Rock Bunting, Black-necked Crane, Himalayan Snowcock and so on.

In the northern Himalayas, Hemis National Park is a protected area. This national park second largest in the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve. It provides shelter to various conserved and endangered species. The major attraction of the park that flocks wildlife enthusiasts from all across the globe is a considerable population of snow leopards. The total area of the Hemis National Park is covered under the Palearctic Ecozone.

Fast Facts
Major Attraction – Snow Leopard
Nearest Airport – Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (5 km)
Nearest Highway – Leh-Manali Highway and National Highway 1D (Srinagar – Kargil – Leh)

Buddhism in Ladakh

Cycle tour in Ladakh India

Buddhism is a widespread theme for cultural tours in Ladakh. The population of Ladakh is predominantly Buddhist and Ladakh has been deeply influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, which follows the Mahayana and Vajrayana schools. Various incarnations of Buddha are also worshiped in monasteries. Many tourists undertake a trip to Ladakh to explore, understand and learn from the ancient Buddhism which is practiced here.

The mythology of Tibetan Buddhism has many tales of various spirits and demons. These representations of both good and evil qualities are depicted through masks and their stories are enacted as masked dances during the annual festivals of various Gompas in Ladakh. The Buddhists of Ladakh regard His Holiness the Dalai Lama, as their supreme spiritual leader and as the living incarnation of Buddha.

A Gompa is a spiritual community where monks or nuns live and practice their religion. Gompas in Ladakh are also educational institutions.

Delicious delicacies

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Many of the local people of Ladakh practice farming and the produce of their fields is made into the delicious dishes of Ladakhi cuisine. Vegetables such as potatoes, pumpkins, beetroots, and beans are cooked in a variety of different ways and accompany meat dishes. Mutton and chicken are the commonly consumed types of meat in Ladakh.

Tourists in Ladakh can try the local Ladakhi food, which is nourishing and usually mildly flavored. Favorites include Thukpa, a thick soup with vegetables that provides a complete meal and delicious Momos or steamed dumplings stuffed with meat or vegetables, accompanied by chili sauce.

There are also many bakeries in Ladakh where you can buy freshly baked bread and enjoy eating it with locally made Apricot Jam. There are many restaurants in Leh, where you can have an international meal.