For the intrepid traveler who is looking for a lifetime cycling adventure, it’s happening right here in India. The mega cycling expedition will scale the entire Indian sub-continent from North to South. Let go of the challenging terrain, noises, and chaos while we lead your way. Soak in the colors of Indian villages, the vibrant culture, festive people, breathtaking nature, historical monuments, heritage living, and aromatic cuisines.
We start from the Great Himalayan corridor – Leh, riding down the Zanskar and Pir Panchal Ranges towards the Indo Gangetic plain and further towards the capital state of New Delhi. Then, we ride the golden triangle route to witness the iconic Taj Mahal, the Tiger Capital Ranthambore, and the grand provinces of Rajasthan viz Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodhpur, and Udaipur. We will traverse across the rustic villages of Gujarat, the metropolis of Mumbai in Maharashtra, and head towards the Konkan coast. Further, we ride from sunny Goa to spiritual Gokarna and Mangalore. Then, we traverse across the Malabar Coast of Kerala – God’s own country. We ride across the land of Zamorin alongside the forts and beaches, with the view of the myriad backwater rivers, mangroves, and coconut lagoons. We ride through the cultural hub of Thrissur towards the colonial city of Fort Kochi and embark on the traditional houseboat cruise across the Vembanad lake in Alleppey. We ride across the cliffside beach of Varkala towards the scenic Kovalam beach to end the epic ride. Here, we will have a grand celebration dinner at the beach resort to commemorate the Great India Cycling chapter. We will spend an additional day relaxing at the Kovalam beach before saying goodbye to the incredible friends made on the bicycle and packing our memories for the next adventure.
In addition, the trip follows a more fascinating course by closely knitting unique experiences like visiting the Buddhist Gompas of Ladakh, camping in the Himalayan foothills with the starlit sky, visiting the Mughal remains of Old Delhi, Chandini Chowk, and Agra, visiting the Rajput forts and staying in royal palaces of Rajasthan, introspection of the Dharavi slum in Mumbai, serene beaches of Goa and Gokarna, the unique seafood and culture of Malabar coast, sightseeing of colonial Fort Kochi, houseboat cruise in the backwaters and relaxing at the Varkala and Kovalam Beach.