If there is the Gobi Desert and Arabian Desert in the Middle East, it’s the Thar Desert in India. Located in the north-western state of Rajasthan, the desert is famous for its sand dunes and the plethora of festivals that take place in the latter part of the year amidst sun and sand.
Shikhar Tourist Guide Diaries: by Dharmedra Pandey, Tourist Guide
What can be better than exploring the vast expanse of the golden dunes of sand on the ship of the desert itself?! You got that right! The Camel Safari in Rajasthan is the ultimate ride to explore & traverse through the sands of the Thar – to discover the vibrantly & colourful culture of the land of the Rajputs on the back of the swaying Camel & feel just like royalty.
Take up to brewing some thrilling escapades to recount & recollect for the ultimate joyride on 2 wheels, exploring the realms of the land of royalty & kingship – the landscapes of Rajasthan – cycling tours to satiate your call for some adventure & travel along with exploring the vibrant culture & grand heritage. With the abundance of things to do & spaces of discover, the “2 wheel Rajasthan Safari” taking you on a ride through the rural scapes, cuisines, cultural extravaganzas, natural bounty & so much more, drawing travellers from all over.
One of the proudest things of being an Indian is that the country is blessed with royal palaces and forts in India that attract countless tourists and also makes it to the list of world heritage site. These palaces and forts are the prime examples of everlasting cultural significance and architectural brilliance by medieval architects and Maharajas.
Rajasthan is a colourful land of sand set amidst the inviting landscape and known for its massive forts, stunning palaces, rich culture, sumptuous cuisines and warm people. Anyone who is looking for days of eternal peace can come and surrender himself to the magnificent place, away from the bustling city life. Here is a wonderfully curated 7-day tour package for Rajasthan:
We travelled from Delhi to Jodhpur by a very convenient overnight trains- Mandor Express.
Shikhar Travels representative met us at the train station and drove us to Khimsar.
The season of spring is a time when India goes colourful, and there is the fragrance of sweet Indian desserts in the air augmenting the enthusiasm of Holi. This spectacular festival of colours is an example of the devotion of a disciple and victory of love over hatred. Holi is the sign of arrival spring season and entire country switches to dance and party mode. Holi is also the time when one can taste the Indian alcohol called Bhang and forgets all the bitter experiences and reunites with friends and relatives to celebrate. Holi is celebrated in different forms like- Lath Mar Holi in Barsana, Purulia in West Bengal, Hola Mohalla in Punjab, etc. If you’re bored of celebrating Holi as usual, then check out these eccentric yet fun ways to celebrate Holi in India in 2017:
What can be better than discovering the adventures of the world with your family, an experience unlike any other? With the mad rush of life Ã¢â‚¬â€œ the work & responsibilities, one barely gets to have the carefree fun that travel offers, and so it is time that you choose to have Ã¢â‚¬Å“the trip to rememberÃ¢â‚¬Â with your loved onesÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
What can be better than a safari ride to the land of royalty, probably the first tourist destination that comes to the mind when one plans a trip in the county, exploring the incredible landscape of Rajasthan on two wheels Ã¢â‚¬â€œ the Bicycle, holiday cycling tours discovering the vibrant culture & magnificence Ã¢â‚¬â€œ palaces, fortresses, rural scape, food, traditions, crafts, natural terrains among others, luring tourists from all part of the country & the world! Here are a few tours spanning the vast expanse of the state of Rajasthan as suited to your needs, taste & budget on a bicycle, reaching out to the nooks & corners of the land.