Golden Triangle

Summary

PRICE (TWIN SHARING)

SOLO RIDER £1470
PILLION £1365
SUV PASSENGER £1260
SINGLE OCCUPANCY (+) £210
BOOKING AMOUNT £250

DATES: 01/12/2018 – 08/12/2018

DURATION: 7 NIGHTS

RIDING DAYS: 5 DAYS

DISTANCE: 840 KMS(APPROX)

RIDE LEVEL: EASY/MODERATE

VEHICLES :

MOTORCYCLES – ROYAL ENFIELD

SUVs – TOYOTA, MAHINDRA

PLACES OF INTEREST :

DELHI

AGRA

RANTHAMBORE

JAIPUR

NEEMRANA

PRICE (TWIN SHARING)

SOLO RIDER  £1470

PILLION  £1420

SUV PASSENGER  £1370

SINGLE OCCUPANCY : (+) £210

BOOKING AMOUNT   £250

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Delhi straddles two worlds: the old constantly attempting to come to terms with the new. Old Delhi, once the capital of Mughal India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi built by the British comprises spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. The city’s importance lies not just in its past glory as the seat of empires and magnificent monuments, but also in the rich and diverse cultures. Our first day is spent relaxing and preparing for the ride ahead. Day 2 is a super smooth 200 kms ride on the Delhi-Agra expressway. The magical allure of the Taj Mahal draws tourists to Agra like moths to a wondrous flame. And despite the hype, it’s every bit as good as you’ve heard. Along with Delhi and Jaipur, Agra forms the Golden Triangle of tourism in India. On Day 3 we ride 250 km to reach Ranthambore National Park. This national park contains 1334 sq km of wild jungle scrub hemmed in by rocky ridges, and is the best place to spot wild tigers in Rajasthan. At its centre is the 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, and scattered nearby are ancient temples and mosques and crocodile-infested lakes. Ranthambore National Park has done rather well in conservation of tigers, who are accustomed to human presence making it one of the best places to photograph tigers. Day 5 sees us riding 180 km to reach enthralling, historical Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital. Jaipur is the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state. The city’s colourful, chaotic streets ebb and flow with a heady brew of old and new. Careering buses dodge dawdling camels while leisurely cycle-rickshaws frustrate swarms of motorbikes. In the midst of this mayhem, the splendours of Jaipur’s majestic past are islands of relative calm evoking a different pace and another world. At the city’s heart, the City Palace continues to house the former royal family; the Jantar Mantar, the royal observatory, maintains a heavenly aspect; and the honeycomb Hawa Mahal gazes on the bazaar below. And just out of sight, in the arid hill country surrounding the city, is the fairy-tale grandeur of Amber Fort, Jaipur’s star attraction. Jaipur earned the sobriquet of Pink City after Jai Singh’s descendant Ram Singh, painted the city in gerua to welcome the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in 1876. For the want of a name for the color (gerua is closer to ochre than pink) the British called it pink and the name stuck. After a day of sightseeing in and around Jaipur, we begin our journey back. On Day 7, our halt is after a smooth ride of 130 km is Neemrana, the site of imposing and well-preserved Neemrana Fort and the magnificent Neemrana Fort Palace, a unique heritage hotel. Situated atop the rugged plateau of Aravalli Hills, this fort is a treasure trove of history, mystery, adventure, and splendid scenery. It also boasts of a thrilling zip-lining activity for the adrenaline seekers. We ride a short 90 km on the final day of India Motorcycle one-week road trip to reach Gurugram in the National Capital Region of Delhi.
Day 1 : 01/12/18: Arrival in New Delhi. Acclimatize. Relax. Prep for the ride.
Day 2 : 02/12/18 : Delhi - Agra. 190 km.
Day 3 : 03/12/18 : Agra - Ranthambore. 256 km.
Day 4 : 04/12/18 : Stay at Ranthambore.
Day 5 : 05/12/18 : Ranthambore - Jaipur. 180 km.
Day 6 : 06/12/18 : Stay at Jaipur.
Day 7 : 07/12/18: Jaipur - Neemrana. 130 km.
Day 8 : 08/12/18: Neemrana - Gurugram. 90 km. Departure from New Delhi.
INCLUSIONS
  • Guided tour as per itinerary.
  • Experienced British and Indian road captains.
  • Road maps and travel information.
  • All hotel accommodation and meals.
  • All motorcycle hire charges for the guided tour duration.
  • Fuel, oil and spare parts for minor repairs of the motorcycles for the guided tour duration.
  • Third party insurance for the motorcycles.
  • Road and bridge tolls, special road, bridge and travel fee, inner border line permits.
  • Highly skilled motorcycle mechanic.
  • Support vehicle for carrying luggage, spares, medical kit and other essentials.
  • Goods and Services Tax.
EXCLUSIONS
  •  Comprehensive and adequate personal travel, medical and accidental insurance of the riders.
  • Air travel and visas.
  • All transfers to and from sightseeing spots and during the ride.
  • All sightseeing spot entry tickets, guide charges and camera charges.
  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages except water.
  • Tips, souvenirs and laundry.
  • Repair of damages to the motorcycles caused by the riders.
  • Personal riding and safety gear.
  • All telephone/mobile services.
  • Optional single-occupancy add-on.
  • Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions section.
Documents Check List
  • Signed copies of :
  1. Medical Form
  2. Liability Waiver Form
  3. Undertaking
  4. Travel Insurance Details
  • Original and 2 Photocopies each, of the following :
  1. Driving License (Rider)
  2. International Driving Permit
  3. Travel Insurance
  4. Passport
  5. Visa
  • Passport size photographs (four)
Gear Check List
  • Riding Jacket :Textile/Leather motorcycle jacket with removable lining and adequate protection
  • Riding Pants : Textile, Denim, Motocross or Enduro reinforced pants
  • Motorcycle Boots : Over the ankle and sturdy
  • Helmet : Full face (essential)
  • Riding Gloves : Lightweight gloves with good protection
  • Knee and Elbow guards : Hard type is recommended
  • Kidney Belt
  • Hydration Pack : 2-3 litres
  • Water Resistant Backpack
  • Goggles/Sunglasses
  • Snood/Buff Scarf
Essentials
  • Sun Block : High factor
  • Mosquito Repellent
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Insulated Flask
  • Lip Balm
  • Sun Hat/Cap
  • Personal Medication
  • Basic First Aid Kit : Re-hydration salt sachets, Paracetamol, Ibuprofen, Antiseptic Cream and Sticking Plasters etc
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Summary

DATES: 01/12/2018 – 08/12/2018

DURATION: 7 NIGHTS

RIDING DAYS: 5 DAYS

DISTANCE: 840 KMS(APPROX)

RIDE LEVEL: EASY/MODERATE

VEHICLES :

MOTORCYCLES – ROYAL ENFIELD

SUVs – TOYOTA, MAHINDRA

PLACES OF INTEREST :

DELHI

AGRA

RANTHAMBORE

JAIPUR

NEEMRANA

PRICE (TWIN SHARING) :

SOLO RIDER  £1470

PILLION  £1420

SUV PASSENGER  £1370

SINGLE OCCUPANCY : (+) £210

BOOKING AMOUNT   £250

Delhi straddles two worlds: the old constantly attempting to come to terms with the new. Old Delhi, once the capital of Mughal India, is a labyrinth of narrow lanes lined with crumbling havelis and formidable mosques. In contrast, the imperial city of New Delhi built by the British comprises spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. The city’s importance lies not just in its past glory as the seat of empires and magnificent monuments, but also in the rich and diverse cultures. Our first day is spent relaxing and preparing for the ride ahead. Day 2 is a super smooth 200 kms ride on the Delhi-Agra expressway. The magical allure of the Taj Mahal draws tourists to Agra like moths to a wondrous flame. And despite the hype, it’s every bit as good as you’ve heard. Along with Delhi and Jaipur, Agra forms the Golden Triangle of tourism in India. On Day 3 we ride 250 km to reach Ranthambore National Park. This national park contains 1334 sq km of wild jungle scrub hemmed in by rocky ridges, and is the best place to spot wild tigers in Rajasthan. At its centre is the 10th-century Ranthambore Fort, and scattered nearby are ancient temples and mosques and crocodile-infested lakes. Ranthambore National Park has done rather well in conservation of tigers, who are accustomed to human presence making it one of the best places to photograph tigers. Day 5 sees us riding 180 km to reach enthralling, historical Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital. Jaipur is the gateway to India’s most flamboyant state. The city’s colourful, chaotic streets ebb and flow with a heady brew of old and new. Careering buses dodge dawdling camels while leisurely cycle-rickshaws frustrate swarms of motorbikes. In the midst of this mayhem, the splendours of Jaipur’s majestic past are islands of relative calm evoking a different pace and another world. At the city’s heart, the City Palace continues to house the former royal family; the Jantar Mantar, the royal observatory, maintains a heavenly aspect; and the honeycomb Hawa Mahal gazes on the bazaar below. And just out of sight, in the arid hill country surrounding the city, is the fairy-tale grandeur of Amber Fort, Jaipur’s star attraction. Jaipur earned the sobriquet of Pink City after Jai Singh’s descendant Ram Singh, painted the city in gerua to welcome the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) in 1876. For the want of a name for the colour (gerua is closer to ochre than pink) the British called it pink and the name stuck. After a day of sightseeing in and around Jaipur, we begin our journey back. On Day 7, our halt is after a smooth ride of 130 km is Neemrana, the site of imposing and well-preserved Neemrana Fort and the magnificent Neemrana Fort Palace, a unique heritage hotel. Situated atop the rugged plateau of Aravalli Hills, this fort is a treasure trove of history, mystery, adventure, and splendid scenery. It also boasts of a thrilling zip-lining activity for the adrenaline seekers. We ride a short 90 km on the final day of India Motorcycle one-week road trip to reach Gurugram in the National Capital Region of Delhi.  
Day 1 : 01/12/18: Arrival in New Delhi. Acclimatize. Relax. Prep for the ride.
Day 2 : 02/12/18 : Delhi - Agra. 190 km.
Day 3 : 03/12/18 : Agra - Ranthambore. 256 km.
Day 4 : 04/12/18 : Stay at Ranthambore.
Day 5 : 05/12/18 : Ranthambore - Jaipur. 180 km.
Day 6 : 06/12/18 : Stay at Jaipur.
Day 7 : 07/12/18: Jaipur - Neemrana. 130 km.
Day 8 : 08/12/18: Neemrana - Gurugram. 90 km. Departure from New Delhi.
INCLUSIONS
  • Guided tour as per itinerary.
  • Experienced British and Indian road captains.
  • Road maps and travel information.
  • All hotel accommodation and meals.
  • All motorcycle hire charges for the guided tour duration.
  • Fuel, oil and spare parts for minor repairs of the motorcycles for the guided tour duration.
  • Third party insurance for the motorcycles.
  • Road and bridge tolls, special road, bridge and travel fee, inner border line permits.
  • Highly skilled motorcycle mechanic.
  • Support vehicle for carrying luggage, spares, medical kit and other essentials.
  • Goods and Services Tax.
EXCLUSIONS
  •  Comprehensive and adequate personal travel, medical and accidental insurance of the riders.
  • Air travel and visas.
  • All transfers to and from sightseeing spots and during the ride.
  • All sightseeing spot entry tickets, guide charges and camera charges.
  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages except water.
  • Tips, souvenirs and laundry.
  • Repair of damages to the motorcycles caused by the riders.
  • Personal riding and safety gear.
  • All telephone/mobile services.
  • Optional single-occupancy add-on.
  • Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions section.
Documents Check List
  • Signed copies of :
  1. Medical Form
  2. Liability Waiver Form
  3. Undertaking
  4. Travel Insurance Details
  • Original and 2 Photocopies each, of the following :
  1. Driving License (Rider)
  2. International Driving Permit
  3. Travel Insurance
  4. Passport
  5. Visa
  • Passport size photographs (four)
Gear Check List
  • Riding Jacket :Textile/Leather motorcycle jacket with removable lining and adequate protection
  • Riding Pants : Textile, Denim, Motocross or Enduro reinforced pants
  • Motorcycle Boots : Over the ankle and sturdy
  • Helmet : Full face (essential)
  • Riding Gloves : Lightweight gloves with good protection
  • Knee and Elbow guards : Hard type is recommended
  • Kidney Belt
  • Hydration Pack : 2-3 litres
  • Water Resistant Backpack
  • Goggles/Sunglasses
  • Snood/Buff Scarf
Essentials
  • Sun Block : High factor
  • Mosquito Repellent
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Insulated Flask
  • Lip Balm
  • Sun Hat/Cap
  • Personal Medication
  • Basic First Aid Kit : Re-hydration salt sachets, Paracetamol, Ibuprofen, Antiseptic Cream and Sticking Plasters etc