Rajasthan cycling tour, Udaipur to Jodhpur
Small group (max 8) cycling tour of rural Rajasthan cycling for 60kms a day for six days. A moderate ride for anyone looking to escape the city.
Udaipur Kumbhalgarh Fort Ranakpur Temple Jojawar Meet Rabari herders Sardar Samand Jodhpur
US $1360ToUS $1440 excluding flights
Single Supplement:USD 650 Note: To organize any private tour we need minimum 2 Person. For any private tour you can choose any date and we will organize tour for you.
Description of Rajasthan cycling tour, Udaipur to Jodhpur
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Get in plenty of cycling before you leave. This might be a short tour but with average daily distances of 60km you'll want to start as you mean to go on. Sun protection a must.
Small group (max 8)
Twin share in small hotel or eco resort
Veg and non-veg meals included
Accommodation, mountain bikes, all meals, back up vehicle and expert mechanic, fresh fruit, snacks and water.
Solo cyclists welcome
1 Reviews of Rajasthan cycling tour, Udaipur to Jodhpur
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 25 Feb 2020 by Yvonne Buchanan
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?
The whole cycling trip was
outstanding. We had great cycling and
very interesting hotels plus extras
every day . Eg temples , train rides ,
forts to visit .
2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?
Just book it ! Marvellous cycling
which can be tailored to suit your
3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
We did stay with local hotels so
contributed to local community. We
also ate at local restaurant.
4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
Planet1. Waste: As much as possible we eliminate the use of disposable plates, cups, and utensils. Where we must use disposable plates and cups, we try to use those made of paper instead of plastic.
2. Water: We educate our guests about ways of saving water: we post discreet signs reminding them to shut off faucets when not in use, and inviting our guests to accept towel and linen changes less often. Reduced water consumption directly reduces the amount of wastewater generated by our hotels
3. Energy: We encourage the use of fans as the acclimatization devices with the lowest energy consumption and ask to not leave them on unnecessarily. Air conditioning equipment is accountable for some of the highest energy consumption, and we ask our guests to keep their room doors and windows closed while the air conditioning unit is on, and to turn it off when leaving the room. One degree variation in the comfort zone, which is 22°C-27°C, entails a 6% difference in power consumption. A reduction in acclimatization consumption, however, should not affect service quality.
4. Transport: The benefits of cycling are not just for the cyclist, they also help enhance the environment. Cycling helps reduce carbon emissions and also reduces pollutants in the air which are a threat to health. Cycling helps reduce noise and pollution, reduces traffic congestion and helps protect green spaces, monuments, and building from the adverse effects of pollution
People1. Friends and Neighbours: Social commitment has a firm place in our company culture and we regard it as our contribution to the sustainable development of society while helping communities to preserve heritage and culture.
Our itinerary in Udaipur includes a visit to Shilpgram, a rural arts and crafts complex that depicts the lifestyles of the folk and tribal people of the region. With an objective of increasing awareness and knowledge about the rural arts and crafts, the Shilpgram provides an opportunity to rural and urban artists to come together and interact through the process of workshops, as well as showcase their products.
On our way to Jodhpur, we provide an opportunity to visit the Bishnoi Village. Bishnoi's are particularly keen to protect nature, especially plants and animal species, and to completely abolish the practice of hurting the environment. This is also the place where we can see how the weavers work together to create the “magic carpets”, locally referred as “durry”.
2. A Fair Deal: All the services provided to guests, such as transport, guide services, and services related to catering and accommodation are provided by local staff. Our tours include visits to local communities and countryside not traditionally on the tourist routes. This provides an opportunity for the creation of widespread economic and social benefits for local communities living on the route.