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42 Reviews

  • Reviewed November 2011
    Anonymous

    CYCLING THROUGH RAJASTHAN

    Really enjoyable trip. Exceeded my expectations both from the trip and the country perspective.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    I have lots of great memories ranging from cycling in rush hour traffic in Delhi which was akin to cycling round the north circular but somehow safer (The Indians seem to be less agressive than us Brits), to following a scooter round Udaipur with 16 of us in a conga type of Peleton to hoping to find one of five Tigers in 400+ sq miles of National park at 6am!!

    What did you think of your group leader?

    Both the leader and his deputy were great. They have a lot to cope with. 16 clients all wanting varying degrees of looking after and following the Trip Notes. The other 3 team members were excellent also - bus driver. bike mechanic and the guy who did everyting else.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    It is a cycling holiday - the more used to cycling the more you'll enjoy it but if you are a cycling nut and want to get your head down, think twice. For safety reasons you'll only get about 90mins at a time without an enforced stop. Given the heat and things to see/photograph it shouldn't be a problem (or go and cycle the Alpine passess)! We were a mixed group and fairly typical I would think and we all seemed to cope.There is also lots of sightseeing - more than I expected (and in my case more than I needed). But it is well organised and virtually always with an expert, English speaking guide.There are some longish bus transfers and forewarned is forearmed. Check the actual distances (and allow for heavy city traffic) between the overnight stops to calculate. 

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    Go for it. You'll enjoy. Always make time for a Kingfisher (beer) at the end of each day with the rest of the group.
  • Reviewed January 2011
    Anonymous

    CYCLING THROUGH RAJASTHAN

    Rajasthan is a beautiful place to visit especially by cycle. Great experience and would recommend to anyone with a sense of adventure and experienceing the unexpected. The food, people and sights are vast and contrasting form place to place. The colours of Rajasthan are magnficient.

    What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

    Seeing the Taj Mahal is inspiring and beyond words.

    What did you think of your group leader?

    HarishKumar and Pramod are two great leaders who were able to provide guidance whenever required. Their in depth knowledge of the trip was extremely helpful and informing. They were always willing to help whenever it was required. I hope I will get the chance to travel with them again. Harish is a person who you can rely on and depend on making the ride enjoyable and the whole experience fascinating.

    Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

    Bring warm clothes as it can get very cold at nite. Sweets, pens for the children you will pass on the roads. Beware of spicy food if you have a fragile stomach. Have a great time.

    Is there anything else you would like to add?

    More time for shopping would be advisable. To wonder the shops of Delhi would be nice as in the other major cities visited.