Jaipur to the Taj Mahal cycling tour, India
£2365To£2850 including domestic flights only
Description of Jaipur to the Taj Mahal cycling tour, India
2023: 17 Feb, 3 Mar, 17 Mar, 31 Mar, 14 Apr
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
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.
PlanetOur promise is more to support the wildlife, forests and encourage locals to preserve jungles, plant trees and look after animals. By cycling, we inspire guides and locals to protect village footpaths and rural areas as well as support wildlife projects and pollution-free travel. Supporting the conservation of these forests, helping to plant trees to reduced carbon emissions. We make special efforts to advice our guests to buy local produce from these farmers. Cycling though out the trip and using combined cars, where ever possible take trains and cycle rickshaws to cut down on the use of fuel. This promise helps locals as well as makes our guests feel good that they are taking a step towards sustaining the environment. Tree Plantation we promote very much. We have supported the plantation of 200 trees in Talabgaon village Nov 2019 and supporting more plantation on our every trip.
PeopleWe support local businesses from local cafe or tea shop to locally run restaurants or help bring financial support to local guides, or other people in the area.
We hire local transport from local people and stay in locally owned accommodations, home stays or hotels.
- Do you eat at locally run restaurants or help bring financial support to local guides, or other people in the area?
We have purchase provisions from local stores, visit local clay pot man and ladies making crafts in the community. We ask our guests to buy craft and items from these artists/craftspeople.
We support A Tree For Clean air project very seriously to plant useful trees for the community and Asra charity helps to donate uniforms, shoes and sports equipment.
We encourage our guest to visit and buy locally made gifts and souvenirs. Our groups are very interested to improve the lives of these local schools and we donate goody bags to schools as well as donate and help local farmers to plant more than 5 trees per person in the rural villages for clan air.