Uttarakhand Motorcycle Tours - Info

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This wonderfulmotorcycle safari to the lower Gharwhal Himalayas is one of the best ways to discover the “Land of mother Ganges”. Riding through the ancient town of the lower Himalayas and visiting some of the most ancient Hindu sacred, pilgrimage sites. Negotiating zigzagging hairpins of the fascinating alpine valleys of the Gharwhal region; our motorcycle journey to the source of mightyGanges commences from the most sacred site of Hindus at Rishikesh, during our motorbike ride to Uttrakhand, we will come across many pilgrims, mapping the board of mother Ganges on legendry Royal Enfield, which facilitates us to explore the hidden beauties of the isolated villages and their authentic culture. Gharwhal geographically is a mountainous region hence it offers an unwinding thrill for motorcyclists, deep sheer falls and sky touching towering mountains is not for fake hearts.  Spending an overnight at Corbett national park, and riding the forgotten roads of the mystic valley of Ganges, come and experience India on Motorcycle, a lifetime journey awaits you!

TOUR AT A GLANCE

Region of country Uttrakhand( Uttranchal)
Period May - June & October - November.
Duration 11 Days 10 Nights
Riding Days 07 Days
Accommodation Hotel – Camps
Motorbike Royal Enfield 'Bullet' 500cc
Level of Difficulty Moderate
Max. Altitude Reached 3,415 mtrs
Max. Sleeping Altitude 2,620 mtrs
Average Daily Distance 192kms
Total Distance 1,347 kms
Fitness Level Moderate to Tough

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Riding to the Land of Gods in Uttrakhand {Uttranchal (Garhwali and Kumauni Himalaya)}
  • Visiting Hindus pilgrimage sights.
  • Discover the Sacred Valley of Ganges and enchanting culture.
  • A dip into the sacred Ganges
  • A deep experience of Hinduism in the Himalayas
  • A tribute to the mother Ganges
  • See the stark contrast between ancient and modern India
  • Destinations: - Delhi, Rishikesh, Uttarkashi, Harsil, Gangotri, Rudrprayag, Pipalkoti, Badrinath, Auli, Kausani, Ranikhet, Jim Corbett National Park & Delhi


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