Thursday, April 1, 2021

Rajasthan and Nepal – Two contrasting destinations to enjoy a bike ride



Ready to experience the thrill of a bike trip? Pack your bags and set out on a journey to travel to the Land of Kings - Rajasthan. Experience the heat of the Great Indian Desert on one side and then the fertile and forested areas of the Aravalli Range on the other side, making your road trip wholesome and incomparable.

Check out Guru Shikhar, the highest peak on the hill station of Mount Abu, often referred to as - an oasis in the desert with its many rivers, waterfalls, lakes and evergreen forests and enjoy what nature has to offer.

Discover the diverse fauna on your Rajasthan bike trip with the ecosystem of the Thar Desert in the Desert National Park of Jaisalmar. Checkout the seashells and massive fossilised trunks of trees in this park and discover why this region is a haven for migratory and resident birds of the desert. As you travel the roads of Rajasthan you will discover the culturally rich and artistic side that has cultural traditions reflecting the ancient way of Indian life.  

The Adventures of Nepal Bike Trip

A cross country trip to Nepal is all you need to wash out those quarantine blues. Nepal is mainly in the Himalayas, but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. As you go on this Nepal bike trip, you will discover the scenic beauty of Nepal with its fertile plains, subalpine forested hills, and also eight out of ten of the world’s tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the highest peak of Earth.

With Kathmandu being the capital, you will surely enjoy riding your bike through the roads and the hilly areas and discovering the way of the Nepalese people. The country boasts of amazing historical and cultural attractions of temples and monuments that speaks the rich history and culture of the place. Checkout the Pashupati Nath Temple famous for the Spiritual environment and history, the Boudanath for having a meditative experience, Nagarkot to watch the beautiful sunrise and the Porkha Valley to witness the beautiful scene of the Himalayan Ranges.


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