Everest Base Camp

Thank you for the best experience of my life. I couldn't fault anything on the trek and I had a ball. Our crew lead by Bir Sing were always smiling and helpful and this is what made the experience so great.

I never thought I'd laugh so and much and the bond that formed in such a short time between the crew and trekkers grew stronger everyday so much so that some of us didn't want to leave - it was hard to say goodbye.

Charles Zidkovik | Perth, Australia

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. Discover the splendour of the Pink City of Jaipur with its magnificent City Palace and stunning Amber Fort. Visit villages that continue with a way of life that has in many ways remained unchanged for centuries. Experience traditional hospitality away from the hustle and bustle of cities and be enlightened by a traditional rural life amongst people that derive their energy from their own close-knit and generous society. In Agra experience the white marble masterpiece of the Taj Mahal as well as the famous Agra Fort, a veritable treasure trove of impressive architecture. Explore Fatephur Sikri before returning to Delhi where the trip concludes.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Delhi
DAYS 2/3 Train to Jaipur, sightseeing
DAYS 4/7 Cycle through tranquil villages, visit Sariska Tiger Reserve and Bharatpur Birdlife Sanctuary. Drive to Fatephur Sikri, and the Taj Mahal
DAY 8 Transfer to Delhi, trip concludes

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Trip Code: RA9
Trip Grading: Introductory
Duration:  8 days
Activities:  Cycling
Next Trip:  Every Saturday from October to March
price: $1,499.00 USD

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