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Cycling through Rajasthan

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Trip Overview
*2019 Itinerary* Rajasthan has landscapes varying from green rolling hills to barren deserts. The whole state is dotted with dramatic fortresses and the countryside is a patchwork of villages and towns where we see the timelessness of rural India. From the captivating Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur, the lakeside palace of Udaipur, the holy town of Pushkar and onto the superb 'pink city' of Jaipur, each place has its own story to tell. A fitting way to finish the trip is at the magnificent Taj Mahal. Cycling is the perfect way to explore Rajasthan, offering a fascinating insight into the traditional way of life here.  To see the 2020 itinerary click HERE ">
Essential Info
Starts: Start Jodhpur.
Ends: End Delhi.
Ages: Min 16
Theme: Cycling
Trip Code: EMIJ
Activity Level:     
Countries visited: India
What's Included


All breakfasts and 4 lunches included


14 nights hotels all en suite 12 days cycling (including optional rides) with full vehicle support


Trip Highlights

•    Discover imposing forts and palaces 

•    Cycle along Rajasthan's rural backroads

•    Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal at Agra

Dates & Availability
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Departing: 26th Oct 2019
Returning: 9th Nov 2019
Limited Availability
2 spaces
Departing: 2nd Nov 2019
Returning: 16th Nov 2019
Availability: Good
Departing: 9th Nov 2019
Returning: 23rd Nov 2019
Limited Availability
2 spaces
Departing: 18th Jan 2020
Returning: 1st Feb 2020
Availability: Good
Departing: 1st Feb 2020
Returning: 15th Feb 2020
Availability: Good
Departing: 15th Feb 2020
Returning: 29th Feb 2020
Availability: Good
Departing: 7th Mar 2020
Returning: 21st Mar 2020
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Departing: 11th Apr 2020
Returning: 25th Apr 2020
Availability: Good
Departing: 17th Oct 2020
Returning: 31st Oct 2020
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Itinerary & Notes
The group flight arrives in the afternoon. Those who have made their own flight arrangements will join us at the hotel. The rest of the day is used to assemble the bikes and explore locally before an evening briefing about our cycling adventure. *Standard Hotel*
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This trip is a great way of seeing a selection of famous sites as well as getting glimpses of the real India from cycling on back roads, waving at friendly locals, looping round cows, avoiding wandering pigs, nipping past sleeping dogs, pausing to allow flocks of sheep and goats to cross, overtaking bullock carts and even camels. The sometimes parched scenery may not be as lush as south India but there are plenty of sights to see along the way and regular snack stops to break up the longer cycling days. The longer rides tend to be pretty flat and there are some stiff but achievable hills too. But there's always a back up vehicle for anyone who has had enough and plenty of snacks and sweet chai to keep you going.
This was a great trip to be on, saw amazing sights; buildings, landscape, wildlife as well as having a chance to see and interact with local people. We cycled through some varied and interesting landscape as well as some that was dull. The roads were quite a mix, some better than the guides remembered from their last trip, others much worse. The heat was relentless on a few days due to lack of shade and start times being later due to coach transfers, this did cause problems and maybe needs more thought. I have to say that, after a few days cycling, most of us improved but the 34km extenI think the trip will be a five in future but it needs some tweaking of itinerary and trip notes to get there. sion on day eight seemed to be wasted as the countryside was probably the worst we came across, uninspiring. Overall a great trip though with a few adjustments to trip notes and tweaking of itinerary.
A great first experience of India
This trip was great! The cycling wasn't overly difficult. The trip offers a wide range of sites to please everyone. Our guides and crew were excellent, the bikes were great as was the support vehicle. We always had drinking water and snacks while we cycled. They took great care of us.
India is an amazing place - totally different & totally mad but what an experience it was. This is a busy holiday packed with so many different places and many wonderful memories.
A fantastic whirlwind assault on the senses - incredible sights, smells and wonderful children waving us on throughout the villages. Delhi was very smoggy and choked to death with traffic, but still amazing views from the coach window as we battled the congestion, but after the overnight train, the visuals start.
A great 2 week trip visiting many cities, Palaces and Forts in Rajasthan. Great accommodation, variety of activities and fun guides. Cycling is varied and we were well looked after.
Enjoyed it a lot - amazing forts and palaces and mostly good cycling (we had one day on really bad roads I could have done without). Only criticism was lack of free time on our own. As we were a small group (6) it was hard not to join in all the time. On the Kerala trip we had whole days free in Cochin and Varkala but there was nothing similar on this trip. I did get tired of the food - chili with everything.
A fantastic experience that lets you get up close to the real India with all its sights, smells and sounds. A great way to have an active holiday whilst a packed itinerary allows you to see many of the iconic sights of India.
A great mixture of cycling and sight seeing. A great deal was packed in so not one for those wanting a relaxing holiday. Once again Exodus combine well planned routes, great support and ethical tourism (which is wht=y so many of us come back!).
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