September – March
Rajasthan ( Rajputana ) – An amalgamation of the old and the new, the Land of the Kings, Land known for its History, for her many beautiful and formidable forts and palaces, a land where the bravest of the brave live. Her mighty desert and sand dunes, the colorful dresses of the people, not to forget the habitat housing the largest Tiger population in India. Come ride to the golden triangle and through mesmerizing terrains
Of this romantique land both trough the offbeat or the regular roads taken. The Camel Festival ( Bikaner ) Pushkar Mela ( Pushkar ) Holi at Jaipur, Bundi Festival at Bundi and Desert Festival at Jaisalmer are some of the main attractions.
Rajasthan & Gujarat
Bordering the State of Rajasthan is Gujarat, famous for its Rann of Kutch ( Salt Marshes ). The place comes alive during its festival starting November – February. www.rannutsav.com for more details.
The Himalayan Adventure
May – September
While the rest of India is under the monsoon cover, the Leh & Ladakh and Lahaul & Spiti Valley is at their picturesque best. Melting snow forming some amazing river crossings, fruit orchards in bloom, nature showering her divine effect rejuvenating the body & soul. Come make your own roads..Leh & Ladakh Festival starts early September.
Lahaul & Spiti Valley
Uttarakhand – Abode of the God
October – March
Bengaluru or the London of India ( for its weather ) is the base for South Eastern side and also South West and well located access to Goa giving two routes. While riding in the South, one experiences a very green and rich terrain, from spices to cashew, coffee and tea plantations not to miss the ayurvedic massage that will energize the rider to ride to the moon ! Riding through the forests, along temples, the Nilgiris and very pristine beaches, this is indeed Gods own Country !