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Cycling Holidays in India
Cycling Holidays in India

Cycling Holidays in India

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Cycle Kerala & Tropical India

Cycling Holidays in India
14 Days from USD 3,298
USD 3,135

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Cycle from the Western Ghats to the idyllic coastline of Kerala

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Southern India Coast to Coast Ride

Cycling Holidays in India
14 Days from USD 3,750

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Cycle through two distinctively different Indian states

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Cycle the Coast of Kerala

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8 Days from USD 1,950

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Gentle cycling along the tropical Keralan coastline

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Cycling Through Rajasthan

Cycling Holidays in India
15 Days from USD 2,848
USD 2,700

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Hop on the saddle to discover majestic monuments and picturesque palaces in India’s Land of Kings

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Yes, the trip is fast paced, but I think that’s pretty well explained on the website so I was expecting it. But the itinerary covers some really incredible places and I felt like I got a good feeling for India (my first time) as a result of it. There were some long drives, but the days spent in places like Jaipur, Agra and Varanasi meant it didn’t feel like we were *constantly* on the move. I absolutely loved India! The group gelled really well and we’re considering going on a S. India trip with Exodus all together again in 2026!

Ben Colbridge Highlights of Northern India

Firstly we had one of the best tiger viewings our guide had seen in awhile. It carried a fresh kill right infront of our truck in the morning and in the afternoon we found a small family of tigers and we watched them Eat and play just a stones throw away from us. This trip takes in so much Beautiful Architecture. Of course there is the Taj Mahal but other less known forts are very impressive, very detailed and much more preserved than I was expecting. I do wish it had more time inside the cities to see more ‘real life’ india. We were bused from hotel door to fort entrance a lot which is the easiest way and probably the best in the heat but you do feel like you miss whats going on around. I would have liked more time to weave the small streets of Jodhpur with the Blue houses and to experience ‘markets’ rather than rest-stop giftshops. This trip was very busy but we covered a lot of areas and you cant help the distance required to get to each one. Bus journeys were long but roads are improving and times are getting quicker. There are plenty of stops, if you are someone who doesnt need to stop these can feel frustrating or like the journeys are longer than necessary but its a group tour and there are always others that appreciate the rest stop – and you have to think of the driver. Meals in hotels were reasonable but restaurants and especially some lunch stops were more expensive than you would expect for India as they were touristy but its probably better than getting unwell, this trip is too busy to be risking that.

Melissa Hammond Colours of Rajasthan

This was my first time walking in the Himalayas and it was a truly magical experience. The scenery was breath-taking. I am glad we chose the route taking in Gokyo and the Cho La pass which were both challenging and beautiful and made for quieter days on the trail than when we got back to the main base camp route, which was considerably busier. We had not stayed in teahouses before and they made a change from the experience in tents we had previously, but the lack of variety in food menus did mean we ate the same things many days.

Terry Saul Everest & Gokyo Lakes Circuit