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Departure for Delhi, India.
After your breakfast, drive to Behror, which is around 150kms, from Delhi. Arrive Behror, transfer to hotel.
After lunch we’ll have a bike fitting then the rest of the day can be spent at your leisure.
Behrors (the Rajput community) founded the town of Behror by establishing one of their biggest forts here in the 2nd century BC. Pran Sukh Yadav, who fought along with Rao Tula Ram against the British in 1857, hailed from Behror Tehsil. The village Bantkhani is known for its great soldiers who served India. The village of Tasing (7km west of Behror ) is a historical place. There are many historic temples, and one very big Baori (step well), as deep as a five storied building height. The village also has a large historic fort on a hill. Overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast, we transfer for a couple of hours to our start point in Behror. We cycle on flat, well surfaced roads towards Jhunjhunu, the gateway to the Shekawati Regon. As we leave the main roads behind, the beginnings of the Great Thar Desert come into view, interspersed with the rolling green Khertri Hills. Overnight stay at Jhunjhunu
Today we cycle along quiet rural roads unaccustomed to heavy traffic. We should reach our hotel by lunchtime, giving us time to explore the sights of Mahansar in the afternoon, which include a Shiva temple, a
painted haveli and a ballroom! Tonight we stay in an old fort, with amazing food and home distilled schnapps!
Overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast, Our route today takes us through stunning desert landscapes, stopping in Mandawa in the heart of the region, for lunch and a look around the numerous painted havelis for which the town is justifiably famous. We spend the night in luxurious, mud-walled rooms on an eco farm owned by one of the region’s most enthusiastic cyclists, that serves wonderful home produced, organic food! Overnight stay at Nawalgarh.
After breakfast, start your cycle ride towards to Tal Chappar. Tal Chappar is a protected area for Black Bucks, unarguably the most handsome antelope of our region, though now classified as "Near Threatened" by IUCN and one that is protected under Wildlife protection Act of 1972. Tal Chhapar Sanctuary is a sanctuary located in the Churu district of Northwestern Rajasthan in the Shekhawati region of India. It is 210 km from Jaipur and situated on road from Ratangarh to Sujangarh. The Tal Chappar sanctuary lies in the Sujangarh Tehsil of Churu District. Here you will stay in Sujangarh.
After your breakfast, Cycle ride towards to Sikar, enroute Salasar, Salasar Balaji is a pilgrim center of great importance and home to a Lord Hanuman temple. Continue ride towards to Sikar, Sikar is a Historical City and at present district head quarter. Sikar district presents a good many facts for the tourists. Sikar is as much part of Shekhawati as Jhunjhunu. It was the biggest Thikana (Estate) of the Jaipur State. Overnight stay at Hotel.
After your breakfast, your Cycle ride to Chomu. Chomu Palace, a reflection of the Royal Palaces of India, is a 300 year old elegant fortified palace hotel and one of the places to visit in Rajasthan. It revives the gracious lifestyles of the princes of Rajasthan and the heritage of India. It is an authentic and historic palace that discreetly blends with the modern amenities and facilities. Overnight stay at Palace hotel in Chomu.
After your breakfast, short drive to Jaipur, the rose-pink capital of Rajasthan. Surrounded on all sides by rugged hills and crowned with forts and palaces, Jaipur is aptly called the Pink City of India. Tour the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, an old astronomical observatory and also see the rnate and elaborate Hawa Mahal, the Palace of Winds. After that continue drive towards to Agra, visiting Fatehpur Sikri, the once fabled Mughal capital that now lies quietly but wonderfully preserved, en route. The earliest reference to Agra is in the epic 'The Mahabharat'. Ptolemy, Alexander the Great's geographer, also called it Agra. It was, however, in the medieval period that Agra earned prominence as a capital city of the Mughals. Overnight stay at Hotel.
After breakfast, This morning, experience the wonder and beauty of the iconic Taj Mahal. We also visit Agra Fort and learn about the arts of this region with visits to two private collections. Enjoy another perspective of the Taj Mahal from Mehtab Bagh, situated on the opposite bank of the Taj Mahal.
Later drive back to Delhi airport for flight back to your home country.