Key Information

  • AVAILABILITY: October to May
  • DISTANCE: 1080 kilometers
  • MOTORCYCLE: Royal Enfield 500 CC/ Himalayan 410 (upgrade)
  • RIDING CONDITIONS: 70% asphalt & 30 % Broken
  • RIDING SKILLS: Beginner/ Intermediate
  • CATEGORY: Wild-life/Experience/Culture
  • PRICE (START FROM): $1400


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Holy Hinduism Motorcycling Holidays In India

Holy Hinduism Motorcycling Holidays In India,  Uttarakhand the name itself indicates its history. It means ‘A piece of land in the north’. When you explore and think about the Himalaya, then you feel mesmerized with a thought of pure knowledge. This is the adobe of two different religions i.e. Hinduism and Buddhism. The teaching of both religions is more or less the same but the basic difference comes from the teachings. Hinduism says about the origin of mankind and general scriptures related to that whereas Buddhism shows the way of salvation.

Either you are the spiritual savvy person or an adventure-seeking rider, this 10 days motorcycling journey is a perfect blend of both.

Your selected en-route destinations are greatly affected by the earlier British era. It may be by mean of buildings or locations or habits of the local inhabitants. During the motorcycling holidays, you explore and encounter every day a new culture and nature. Two of the holiest rivers of India – Ganga, and Yamuna originate from the glaciers of Uttarakhand – Gangotri, and Yamunotri. You experience the Hinduism way of worshiping, dipping into chill water, in the desire of self-cleansing. The Himalayan range is Kashmir to farther North East but the real fragrance of Hinduism, culture, flora & fauna, endeavor – you explore in this motorcycling holidays in India.

What To Expect

You experience the most beautiful routes in the lower Himalaya. Drive through pine forests and sacred rivers. We guide you to Mussoorie; an untold love of Britishers. Here the plan: we drive to Mussoorie, Kanatal (a less known hill station, where serenity flows. Then drive to Devprayag, a pivot of Hindu culture, 2 rivers merge in 1 river. Explore the sage life in Rishikesh, the town of temples and Hindu gods. Cherish yourself with yoga & meditation.  Jim Corbett’s sanctuary is a real-time experience to explore wildlife.

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What’s included in this price?

 Royal Enfield 500cc
 Mechanic throughout the tour
 Experienced Team Captain
 All toll and entry fee
 Support Vehicle for carrying luggage (One duffel bag size- Overall size: 22” length x 14” width x 9” height) and other essentials. (More than 6 riders)
 First Aid kit
Meals as mentioned in itinerary, Breakfast 09 and Dinner 09
 Stay on twin sharing basis in Hotel/ Guest house/ Swiss tents/ Home stays.
 Routine maintenance
On arrival airport transfer in New Delhi

What’s not included in this price?

 Alcoholic beverages
 Cost of major bike repairs in case of damage
 Basic Spare parts for the Bikes
 Personal expenses Travel insurance
 Tips & any other expenses not mentioned in Tour Itinerary.
 Gasoline & Oil top-up.

Day – 1: Welcome & Orientation

Our representative receives you at New Delhi Airport and transfers you to hotel. You check-in and have rest for 3 – 4 hrs and then we introduce you your next 10 days companion – Royal Enfield 500 CC. You spend the remaining day in hotel or just roaming around in New Delhi.

Day – 2: New Delhi to Mussoorie (283 kilometers/ 6.5 hrs)

You make an early start from the hotel. You ride towards India Gate. In the morning, roads have less traffic. Your birds are checked thoroughly and it takes around 6 hrs to reach Mussoorie. It is a comfort ride as the road is four lane highways. It is located 40 kms away from the state capital. When you cross Dehradun, the doon valley starts and you see the lush green forest of Cedar trees. Mussoorie is known as ‘Queen of Mountains’. You can see the effect of British Architectures and culture. In evening, you can explore local markets.

Day – 3: Mussoorie to Kanatal (50 kilometers/ 3 hrs)

Today the touring distance is not much but it takes enough time as you find self-immersed in the natural beauty of Himalaya. There are some lesser known tourist place in Uttarkhand. Kanatal is one of that. This little hill station is having abundance of greenery and serenity. While descending from Manali, you halt in Kempty fall and you feel the mesmerizing effect.

Day – 4: Kanatal to Rishikesh (81 kilometers/ 3 hrs)

An early departure for Rishikesh, you explore the curvy mountainous roads. You descend towards Rishikesh, which is located on the banks of Ganga River. Undoubtedly, Rishikesh is mostly known as Hindu spiritual capital. When you wander in the streets, you feel the essence of spiritualism. The Ganga is understood as the final destination of deliverance or salvation. It has some kind of ‘Hindu Mythological Occult Science’. You explore the city and nearby spots as you stay in Rishikesh for 2 nights.

Day – 5: Free Day – Rishikesh

Today you have an opportunity to explore the hidden energy blockage by practicing meditation session. You spend this day in Rishikesh to relax, take a break from riding and also to enjoy some of the other activities Rishikesh is famous for i.e. rafting. In the evening, you visit temples and ashrams located nearby to Laxman Jhula (Suspended Bridge) & Ghats. The water of Ganga is interpreted as sacred & divine. The city life is almost full of energy and zeal though-out the day but in evening, you can witness a bounty Ghat’s life as well as special Aarti “The Prayer dedicated to Goddess Ganges”. When you are in Rishikesh, you notice the various local music instrumental sound from temples as it is the time for prayers.

Day – 6: Rishikesh to DevPrayag (75 kilometers/ 3 hrs)

The morning rising red sun glows behind the mountains. You head on towards Devprayag, that is known as meeting point of two sacred rivers and how the river Alkhananda and Bhagirathi meet. The word ‘Prayag’ literally means Sacrifice. These places are known for seeking blessings and find solace.

Day-7: DevPrayag to Lansdowne (75 kilometers/ 3.5 hrs)

Our today expedition starts early morning and now you drive from Garwal region to Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Lansdowne, a hill station is also a less explored tourist destination. This town was founded by the British Rulers as a military outpost & it is named after Lord Lansdowne the then Viceroy of India. The centuries – old Kaleshwar Mahadev temple is located there.

Day-8: Lansdowne to Jim Corbett (50 kilometers/ 3 hrs)

Having a healthy breakfast makes you energetic for the day. You drive to Corbett. Today you are scheduled to explore Jim Corbett National Wild life Sanctuary. It takes 5-6 hrs drive in sanctuary’s jeep. The ride takes you to internal routes of the jungle where you feel enthralled every minute. You explore natural flora & fiona. You enjoy camp fire & dinner.

Day-9: Jim Corbett to Nainital (67 kilometers/ 3 hrs)

A morning ride makes your day. You drive towards to a small upward zigzag road to Ranikhet, a paradise in the middle of the mountains of Kumaon. Today you have a farewell dinner and experience sharing session.

Day-10: Nainital to New Delhi (310 kilometers/ 8 hrs)

This is the last day of this amazing Hindu spiritual towns tour. Today it is little bit long drive to New Delhi. You start your drive early in the morning and by late afternoon, you reach to New Delhi. You check-in to hotel. Your rooms are available till next day 11:00 AM.

Upgrade Royal Enfield 500 Std to Enfield Himalayan 410 @ USD 350.00

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