Cycling in Himalayas
The gentle Himalayas of the Kumaon region must be one of the most picturesque in the country, with giant terrace fields straddling the green mountains. The bicycling track is through flat valleys in the Almora district of the Kumaon Himalayas. The open valleys are scattered with little rivers, villages and small town.
The Journey begins at Bageshwar an important religious centre famous for the temple of Lord Baijnath; this is a part of Binsar wild life sanctuary. A dense cover of Oak forests, which abounds in wild life, commonly seen is leopards, barking deer and wild boar. Breathtaking views of snow covered peaks dominate the far horizon.
Cycling in North-East
Another destination biker would love to explore is the state of Sikkim, which allows the visitor to get in touch with the colourful cultural heritage and monastic lifestyle of the Sikkimese people. One of best adventure products in Sikkim is mountain biking. The rugged and dramatic terrain of Sikkim Himalayas offers sure and exciting biking trails to the adventure lovers. As Most of the roads in Sikkim are negotiable by mountain bikes.
The beauty of the countryside, flora and fauna and lifestyle of the Sikkimese people is best experienced on a bike’s seat as you meander through lush green hills and dales. Mostly it is popular in North Sikkim & West Sikkim. Mountain Biking is an ultimate adventure and fun way to explore North Sikkim. From ride comprising of 3/4 days to reach Lachung covering a distance of 115 km and ascending from an altitude of 5500 ft (Gangtok) to 9600 ft (Lachung) this will be an ideal way to discover North Sikkim.
Cycling in Rajasthan
The Rajasthan Cycle adventure is one of the most unique experience with a great historical traditions. This ride will take you to Rajputana region, the deserts, Real Rajasthan royalty and rural life of the common people.
During the ride you experience the stay in the luxurious heritage palaces and castles and great hospitality of the Rajasthani life. The Taj Mahal Excursion can be done at the last leg of Rajasthan Cycling Tour.
Cycling in Kerela
The narrow strip of land in the South West edge of India, straddling the sandy coastline and being thrashed by waves from the Arabian Sea, is hard to ignore. Bursting with a variety of experiences, it figures in top ‘travel to’ destinations for its plethora of culture, verdant surroundings, unique food and a bite of India like none other.
From pristine beaches, lush interiors, coffee and spice plantations, misty hills and the famous backwaters, Kerala is a marvel of exotic landscapes! Added to this, the access to its traditional art forms and culture makes it even more exquisite!