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India Guided Tour, Bike Tours Delhi To Delhi: Rajasthan And Varanasi

India Guided Bike Tour, Delhi to Delhi: 20 Days Of Adventure: Rajasthan, Varanasi & Taj Mahal Bike Tour

You crave adventure. You yearn for the thrill of exploring new places and experiencing new cultures. You want to break free from the monotony of everyday life and embark on a journey that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

Look no further than the 20-day adventure of Rajasthan, Varanasi, and Taj Mahal Bike Tour.

This small group trip, with a maximum of 24 and an average of 16, is perfect for 18-to-Thirtysomethings who want to explore India in a unique way. With the convenience of having a leader and local guides to assist you throughout the journey, you can immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of the country while cycling through its vibrant cities and colorful villages.

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From the spiritual Varanasi to the iconic Taj Mahal, this tour will take you on an unforgettable adventure that will leave you feeling alive and free.

The view of Taj Mahal at sunrise, Agra, India.
The view of the Taj Mahal at sunrise, Agra, India.

Key Takeaways

  • The 20-day bike tour covers Rajasthan, Varanasi, and the Taj Mahal, with a basic service level and light physical grading.
  • The trip is designed for 18-to-Thirtysomethings in a small group setting, with a maximum of 24 and an average of 16 participants.
  • The tour highlights spiritual Varanasi, the iconic Taj Mahal, vibrant cities, and colorful villages of Rajasthan.
  • The trip includes various modes of transportation, such as train, metro, local bus, charter bus, tuk-tuk, small riverboat, camel, and 4×4 vehicle.

Booking and Availability

If you’re itching to experience the kaleidoscope of colors and cultures on this 20-day bike tour of India, be sure to check the availability of the trip before booking.

G Adventures offers a small group tour with a maximum of 24 people, ensuring an intimate and personalized experience. Tour dates may vary, so it’s best to check the G Adventures website for the most up-to-date information.

Booking options are also available on the website, where you can save the trip to your wish list or book directly. The cost of the trip is â $879, and it’s important to note that the minimum age for the trip is 18 years.

Check-in times and baggage allowances/restrictions vary by airline, so it’s recommended to contact your airline for the most up-to-date information for your flight. Online check-in is also recommended to avoid potential delays at the airport.

Group Leaders and Local Guides

Young girl taking Photos in front of Humayun's Tomb, Delhi, India.
Young girl taking Photos in front of Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi, India.

Your group leader and local guides are your keys to unlocking the vibrant culture of India. They will enhance your journey by providing insider knowledge and recommendations for local eating venues, introducing you to new friends, and ensuring that you fully immerse yourself in the local customs and traditions.

From the bustling streets of Old Delhi to the serene ghats of Varanasi, your group leader and local guides will be with you every step of the way, sharing their passion for the country and its people.

The benefits of guided tours are many, but perhaps the most important is the opportunity for cultural immersion. India is a country of incredible diversity, and a guided tour gives you the chance to experience this diversity in a meaningful way.

Your group leader and local guides will help you navigate the complexities of the local culture, from the etiquette of eating with your hands to the significance of the Ganges River. By immersing yourself in the local culture, you will gain a deeper understanding of India and its people, and you will come away from your trip with memories that will last a lifetime.

Tour Itinerary

India Guided Tour, Bike Tours Delhi To Delhi

You’ll start your adventure in Delhi, where you’ll spend your first night out in the bustling Karol Bagh market. The next day, you’ll embark on a youth-led tour of Delhi with the G Adventures-supported City Walk project, where you’ll learn about the city’s history and culture. Then, you’ll hop on an overnight train to Bikaner.

In Bikaner, you’ll enjoy a jeep tour to Raisar village, hike through the desert, and witness the red sun setting in the Thar Desert. Travel tips: Make sure to pack comfortable clothes and shoes for the bike tour. Also, keep in mind that some of the activities involve hiking and camel cart rides, so be prepared for some physical activity. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat as the sun can be intense in the desert.

Throughout the tour, you’ll have plenty of cultural experiences. You’ll explore the magnificent Amber Fort in Jaipur, take a boat journey on the sacred Ganges River in Varanasi, and visit Kitchen With A Cause, where you can enjoy a delicious meal while supporting a local social enterprise.

So, get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant and diverse culture of India while exploring Rajasthan and Varanasi on a bike tour.

Day 1: Arrival in Delhi

Upon arriving in Delhi, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the vibrant Karol Bagh market. It’s known for its bustling nightlife and diverse shopping options. The market is a perfect place to experience the local culture and indulge in some delicious street food.

You can also find an array of shops selling everything from traditional Indian clothing to souvenirs to take back home. As a first-time traveler to Delhi, it’s important to be cautious and aware of your surroundings. It’s recommended to carry a copy of your passport and important documents with you at all times.

Additionally, it’s advisable to avoid drinking tap water and stick to bottled water instead. With some common sense and an open mind, you can have a fantastic time exploring Delhi’s vibrant culture and nightlife.

Youth-Led Tour of Delhi

You’ll feel alive and free as you join the youth-led tour of Delhi with the G Adventures-supported City Walk project. This isn’t just any tour. You’ll be exploring Old Delhi and visiting the Jama Masjid and Gurdwara SisGanj while supporting a great cause. It’s a G for Good moment that will make you feel good about your travels, knowing that you’re making a positive impact.

As you wander through the bustling streets of Delhi, you’ll be amazed by the vibrant colors and sounds that surround you. This tour isn’t just a sightseeing trip. It’s a chance to connect with the local community and learn about their way of life. You’ll feel like a true adventurer as you explore the hidden gems of Delhi. All this while making a difference through the City Walk project.

Jeep Tour to Raisar Village

Portrait of Indian farmer at village
Portrait of an Indian farmer in the village

Hop on a jeep and venture to Raisar village where you’ll embark on a 3km hike and later on a camel cart ride to a desert camp.

The jeep tour experiences through the desert will give you a glimpse of the local village encounters and the way of life in Rajasthan. You’ll witness the red sun setting in the Thar Desert, painting the sky with vibrant hues of orange and pink.

As you reach the desert camp, you’ll pitch your tent and spend the night under the stars, feeling the cool breeze of the desert. The camel cart ride will take you deeper into the desert, where you’ll have the opportunity to interact with the locals and learn about their culture. The 3km hike will take you through the scenic landscape, giving you a chance to explore and appreciate the beauty of the desert.

This jeep tour to Raisar village is an experience that will leave you with memories of a lifetime, as you immerse yourself in the local culture and witness the magnificent sunset in the Thar Desert.

Sunrise Experience on the Dunes

Wake up early to witness the serene beauty of the Thar Desert as the sun rises over the dunes. It creates a breathtaking view that you won’t want to miss. Grab your camera and capture the stunning sunrise photography that’ll leave you in awe.

The desert camping experience is one of a kind. Waking up in the middle of the desert to witness the sunrise is an unforgettable moment. As you watch the sun slowly rise and the sky turns from shades of orange to blue, take a moment to appreciate the peacefulness and freedom that comes with traveling on a bike tour.

This is a moment that you’ll cherish forever. It’s a reminder of why you decided to embark on this adventure. So take it all in, snap some photos, and get ready for another unforgettable day on the bike through Rajasthan and Varanasi.

Arrival in Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer Fort, Rajasthan, India
Jaisalmer Fort, Rajasthan, India

After the awe-inspiring sunrise experience on the dunes, you’ll arrive in Jaisalmer, a city that’s steeped in rich history and culture. As you explore the city, you’ll be transported back in time to an era of Rajput glory and royal grandeur.

Jaisalmer is known as the ‘Golden City’ because of its sandstone architecture that glows in the sunlight, making it a photographer’s paradise. You’ll have a free day to explore Jaisalmer’s culture and relax in its beautiful surroundings.

You can visit the Jain Temples, which are a testament to the city’s architectural splendor. Or you can paddle a boat at Gadsisar Lake, which is surrounded by temples and ghats and is a perfect spot to unwind.

Whatever you choose to do, you’ll be mesmerized by Jaisalmer’s charm and enchanted by its unique blend of old-world charm and modern amenities.

Free Day to Explore Jaisalmer

During your free day in Jaisalmer, take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the city’s rich culture and history. Start off by visiting the Jain Temples and marvel at the intricate carvings and stunning architecture.

Then, head over to the local markets and indulge in some retail therapy, picking up some unique souvenirs to take back home. For adventure seekers, Jaisalmer offers a plethora of options, from camel safari adventures to sand dune camping.

Take a camel ride through the desert and witness the rustic lifestyle of the locals. As the sun sets, witness the mesmerizing red sun dip below the sand dunes, creating a picturesque view.

End the day by pitching a tent and camping under the starry sky, listening to the sounds of the desert.

Orientation Walk of Jodhpur

Blue houses in streets of of Jodhpur
Blue houses in the streets of Jodhpur

As you step into Jodhpur, let your senses be dazzled by the sights, sounds, and smells of this vibrant city on your orientation walk.

Your guide will take you through the winding streets and alleys, pointing out the cultural landmarks that make Jodhpur so special. From the towering Meherangarh Fort to the colorful Sardar Market, you’ll get a taste of the history and traditions that have shaped this city.

As you walk, be sure to keep an eye out for the local cuisine that Jodhpur is so famous for. From spicy street food to decadent sweets, there’s something for every palate. And if you’re feeling adventurous, be sure to try the famous mirchi vada – a spicy snack that’s a must-try for any foodie.

With so much to see and taste, your orientation walk of Jodhpur is sure to be a highlight of your Rajasthan and Varanasi bike tour.

Ride to Admire the City

After getting oriented with Jodhpur, it’s time to take your adventure to new heights. Hop on your bike and ride to admire the city from above. You’ll be amazed at the breathtaking aerial views of Jodhpur’s blue buildings and towering forts. This is the perfect opportunity to capture stunning photos to show off to your friends and family back home.

But this bike ride isn’t just about the views. You’ll also have the chance to give back to the community with a visit to Kitchen With A Cause. This unique restaurant not only serves delicious food, but it also empowers and employs marginalized women. By dining here, you’ll be supporting a great cause while enjoying an authentic meal. It’s the perfect way to experience Jodhpur’s culture while making a positive impact.

So, get ready to explore the city from a new perspective and give back to the community with this unforgettable bike tour.

Amber Fort Guided Tour

View of Amer Amber fort and Maota lake, Rajasthan, India
View of Amer Amber Fort and Maota Lake, Rajasthan, India

Explore the magnificent Amber Fort, perched on a hill overlooking an artificial lake, and admire its unique blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture during your guided tour.

The fort’s sandstone walls almost blend in with the terrain, perfectly reflecting Maota Lake, creating a mirage effect. Wander through the halls, courtyards, and palaces inside and admire the intricate details that make this fort a historical masterpiece.

The historical significance of Amber Fort goes beyond its architectural beauty. It was once the capital of the Kachwaha Rajputs until it was abandoned in the 18th century. Today, it stands as a reminder of India’s rich cultural heritage and a testament to the skill and creativity of its craftsmen.

Don’t miss the chance to step back in time and explore this magnificent fort during your bike tour through Rajasthan and Varanasi.

Explore Jaipur Afternoon

Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds or Palace of Breez) is a palace in Jaipur, India.
Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds or Palace of Breez) is a palace in Jaipur, India.

Get out and explore more of Jaipur during the afternoon, where you can venture to a famous rooftop bar restaurant and enjoy a drink on us while taking in the stunning view of the city skyline. Indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of the city and soak in the local culture as you sip on your favorite cocktail.

And if you’re looking to give back to the community, head over to Kitchen With A Cause in Jaipur, where you can enjoy a delicious meal that supports a local cause.

After exploring Jaipur, get ready to immerse yourself in the spiritual capital of India, Varanasi. Take an evening boat journey out onto the sacred Ganges River for sunset and enjoy a mesmerizing candle flower ceremony.

Cruise the Ganges on a morning boat tour with free time in the afternoon to shop, wander, and absorb the atmosphere of Varanasi. You can also opt to explore the monasteries and ruins of nearby Sarnath, the site of the Buddha’s first sermon.

Pre-book the Guided Visit of Sarnath and learn about the life of the Buddha, or bathe in the sacred waters or visit Kashi Vishwanath, the Golden Temple.

Focus on History and Culture

Immerse yourself in the rich history and vibrant culture of northern India during this 20-day tour. This promises to take you on an unforgettable journey through India’s cultural heritage. Discover ancient temples and palaces, explore historical sites, and meet the friendly locals who call this region home.

You’ll have the chance to visit iconic landmarks like the Taj Mahal, one of the most famous and beautiful buildings in the world, and Varanasi, a city steeped in tradition and spiritual significance.

With a focus on history and culture, this tour offers a unique opportunity to experience the beauty and diversity of India. From the bustling streets of Delhi to the colorful cities of Rajasthan, you’ll be able to explore the region’s rich cultural heritage and learn about the customs, traditions, and beliefs that have shaped India over the centuries.

Whether you’re exploring ancient forts and palaces, taking part in traditional rituals and ceremonies, or simply soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of India’s bustling cities and towns, this tour promises to be an unforgettable experience that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

Small Group Experience

Join a small group of up to 24 like-minded adventurers on this 20-day tour and experience India’s beauty and culture in a unique and personalized way. With an average of 16 people, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to bond with your fellow travelers, forming lasting connections that will enhance your journey and provide you with a sense of community.

Not only will you have the chance to create meaningful relationships on this tour, but you’ll also receive personalized attention from your expert CEO. This small group experience means that your CEO can cater to your needs and interests, ensuring that you get the most out of your trip.

Whether you’re looking to explore the history and culture of the region, or seeking adventure and excitement, your CEO will be there to guide you every step of the way.

Affordable for Young Travelers

Now that you know about the small group experience offered on this tour, let’s talk about something that’s sure to catch the attention of young travelers: affordability.

This tour is designed to be budget-friendly, making it accessible to those who want to experience the beauty and culture of India without breaking the bank. With a starting price of $879, this 20-day adventure is a steal for those looking for a unique travel experience.

As youth travel trends continue to evolve, more and more young people are seeking out experiences that are both exciting and affordable. This tour ticks both of those boxes, providing an opportunity to explore India’s rich history and culture while staying within a reasonable budget.

So if you’re looking for an adventure that won’t break the bank, this tour is the perfect choice.

Adventure and Exploration

If you’re looking for an adventure that will take you off the beaten path and allow you to explore the diverse landscapes and cultures of northern India, this 20-day tour is perfect for you.

With light physical grading suitable for most fitness levels, you’ll have the opportunity to participate in outdoor activities such as bike tours in Rajasthan and Varanasi, overnight camel cart safari, and a Ganges River boat trip at sunrise and sunset.

But this tour isn’t just about physical activities – it’s also about cultural immersion. From orientation walks in various cities to a guided tour of the Taj Mahal and the Amber Fort, you’ll have the chance to learn about the history and traditions of the region.

And with a small group experience and a focus on connecting with new friends, you’ll have the opportunity to truly connect with the people and communities you encounter along the way.

Supporting Local Communities

Support local communities and businesses on this 20-day tour of northern India by participating in Planeterra, the company’s foundation for investing in global communities, and learning about their commitment to giving back. With a focus on sustainable tourism, Planeterra invests in projects that create positive community impact, such as providing training and employment opportunities for locals, supporting conservation efforts, and promoting cultural preservation.

By joining this tour, you’ll have the chance to learn about these initiatives and contribute to their success. One of the ways you can support local communities and businesses during the tour is by participating in optional activities offered in various cities visited, such as cooking classes, handicraft workshops, and cultural performances. By doing so, you not only get to experience the local way of life but also contribute to the income generation of small-scale entrepreneurs and artisans.

By engaging with the community, you gain a deeper understanding of their culture and way of life and also show your support for their livelihoods.


Chicken lollipop snack or starter recipe from India
Chicken lollipop snack or starter recipe from India

You’ll have 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners included in the trip price, with vegetarian options available. Indian cuisine is known for its rich flavors and spices, so get ready to indulge in some delicious food.

However, if you have any dietary restrictions, make sure to inform the tour operator beforehand so that they can make the necessary arrangements.

It’s important to note that the cost of food outside of the included meals is not covered by the trip price. But don’t worry, there will be plenty of opportunities to try out local street food and restaurants along the way.

Just be mindful of where you eat and make sure to follow basic food safety practices. With a variety of culinary experiences awaiting you, get ready for a taste of India’s wonders.

Money and Tipping

Remember to bring enough cash or a debit card for spending money and tipping service providers during your tour of northern India with G Adventures. It’s important to have enough money to cover any personal expenses, such as souvenirs, snacks, and drinks, as well as to tip service providers such as hotel staff, drivers, and local guides.

It’s also a good idea to keep some small denominations of Indian rupees handy for small purchases and tipping. When exchanging currency, it’s best to do so at banks or authorized currency exchange offices to avoid scams or counterfeit money.

It’s important to be aware of cultural etiquette when it comes to tipping. In India, it is customary to tip service providers such as hotel staff and drivers, but the amount varies depending on the level of service and the local customs. Your G Adventures group leader can provide guidance on the appropriate amount to tip and cultural etiquette during your tour.

By being mindful of your spending money and tipping, you can enjoy your travel experience in northern India without any financial stress.

Visa Requirements

Immerse yourself in the kaleidoscope of colors and traditions that India has to offer by ensuring you have the correct visa requirements before embarking on your journey.

The visa application process for India can be lengthy, so be sure to start early. You’ll need to fill out an online application form, provide a passport-sized photo, and pay the visa fee. In addition, you’ll need to have a valid passport with at least six months of validity left and at least two blank pages.

Required documents for visa application include a copy of your flight itinerary, proof of accommodation, and proof of sufficient funds to cover your stay in India. It’s important to note that visa rules and regulations can change, so be sure to check the latest information before applying.

Don’t let visa requirements discourage you from experiencing the vibrant culture of India. With the right preparation, you’ll be on your way to a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Packing and Luggage

When packing for your 20-day trip to India, it’s important to keep in mind the recommended weight limit for your luggage and the size of your backpack or rolling bag. G Adventures suggests a weight limit of 20kg (44 lbs) for your main luggage.

It’s also a good idea to bring a day pack for carrying essentials during daily activities. Laundry options are available during the trip, but it’s recommended to bring non-polluting/biodegradable soap to minimize environmental impact.

It’s important to pack according to the weather and dress conservatively, especially when visiting religious sites. Don’t forget to bring essential documents and medications, as well as any necessary items for train travel.

Keep these packing tips in mind to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable trip to India.


Experience comfortable and clean accommodations throughout your 20-day journey, including a mix of types of accommodations that cater to different budget options.

You’ll stay in simple hotels and hostels, where you can relax and recharge after a day of exploring the vibrant cities and colorful villages of Rajasthan. These accommodations are basic, but offer everything you need for a comfortable stay, including clean and comfortable beds, private or shared bathrooms, and hot water.

For those looking for a budget option, shared dormitories are available, while those looking for a little more privacy can opt for private rooms. While the accommodations may be basic, they are clean and well-maintained, and provide a great value for your money.

Whether you’re staying in the heart of bustling cities or in quiet countryside villages, you can expect to be well taken care of during your adventure through India.


Low angle shot of a motorcyclist celebrating victory in Spiti valley, India during twilight
Low-angle shot of a motorcyclist celebrating victory in Spiti Valley, India during twilight

Get around India comfortably and affordably with a variety of transport options available on this 20-day adventure. You’ll travel by train, metro, local bus, charter bus, tuk-tuk, small riverboat, camel, and 4×4 vehicle. Each mode of transportation has its own unique charm, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to experience them all.

For long-distance travel, trains are the most comfortable and convenient option with AC 2 tier, AC 3 tier, sleeper class, AC Chair car, and second class seats available. However, for a truly unique experience, opt for a camel cart safari and explore the desert landscapes of Rajasthan.

Tuk-tuk adventures are a fun way to navigate busy city streets, while local buses offer a glimpse into everyday life in India. With so many options to choose from, you’ll have the freedom to explore India on your own terms.

Safety and Security

To ensure your safety and security during this 20-day trip, it’s important to note that theft of luggage on Indian trains is rare, with only 0.1% of passengers reporting theft incidents. However, it’s always better to take safety measures to avoid any mishaps.

Make sure to keep your valuables close to you and never leave them unattended. It’s also recommended to carry a padlock for your luggage and keep important documents and cash in a money belt that’s hidden under your clothing.

Apart from theft, it’s important to be culturally aware and respectful during your travels in India. Dress modestly and avoid wearing revealing clothing, especially in religious places. Always ask for permission before taking photos, especially of locals.

It’s also recommended to avoid public displays of affection, as it’s considered inappropriate in Indian culture. By being culturally aware and respectful, you’ll not only ensure your safety but also have a more meaningful and enjoyable experience during your 20-day adventure in India.

P.S. For The India Guided Tour

Remember to be culturally aware and respectful during your travels in India, as the country has its own unique culture. It’s important to dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites, and to ask for permission before taking photos of people. Public displays of affection are also not common in India, so it’s best to avoid them to show respect for the local culture. By doing so, you not only ensure your safety but also have a more meaningful experience by immersing yourself in the local customs.

India can be overwhelming for first-time visitors, and culture shock is common. But don’t worry, it’s a normal part of the experience.

One of the most exciting cultural events in India is the Holi festival, which takes place in March and is a celebration of spring. During this time, people throw colored powder and water at each other, and it’s a great way to experience the joy and vibrancy of Indian culture. Just remember to protect your camera and phone from getting wet or dirty!

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of accommodations are included in the trip price?

You have two accommodation options on the trip – luxury or budget. Choose from a variety of locations such as hotels, hostels, and homestays. Enjoy the freedom to select the option that suits your style and budget.

Are there any physical requirements for the bike tours in Rajasthan and Varanasi?

Before embarking on bike tours in Rajasthan and Varanasi, consider your fitness level and any health considerations. Be prepared for weather conditions and terrain challenges. But don’t worry, the sense of freedom and adventure will make it all worth it.

Can travelers opt for non-vegetarian food options during the trip?

Yes, you can choose non-vegetarian meat options during the trip, but make sure to inform your tour leader of any dietary restrictions. Enjoy the freedom to explore local cuisine and savor the flavors of India.

Are there any additional costs that travelers should be aware of?

You should be aware of extra expenses and hidden costs when traveling to India. These can include tipping, entrance fees, and transportation fees. However, don’t let that hold you back from experiencing the freedom of an unforgettable adventure.

Is travel insurance recommended for this trip?

Travel insurance is highly recommended for any trip to India, as unexpected events can happen. It’s important to weigh the pros and cons of different policies and choose coverage that fits your needs. Don’t risk your freedom – protect yourself and your investment.





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