The Devbhoomi Motorcycle Tour (13D/12N)
Reviews 3 Reviews5/5
Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Strenuous
Min Group Size Medium Group
**This package is for residents of India**
Pillion Tariff – INR 47,500
Total kilometers for this adventure ~ 1,700
Riding Days – 8
Road Conditions – Mix of tarmac, broken tarmac, and dirt roads
Our Uttarakhand motorcycle tour will take you through the vast flatlands, beautiful valleys, lovely countryside towns, and mountain terrains as we spend 12 days riding through heavenly destinations.
Jim Corbett National park is the oldest national park in the country, established in 1936 to protect the tiger population in the region.
Binsar village provides you majestic sights of the Kumaon Himalayas and is a perfect destination to unwind and admire nature’s bounties.
Munsiyari is a popular biker destination located at an altitude of 7,200 feet. It is the base for treks going to Millam Glaciers, Ralam and Namik Glaciers.
Kasauni is an off-beat hill station in the Bageshwar district and offers 360 panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks of Trisul, Nanda Devi, and Panchchuli.
Joshimath is another hill station perched at 6,150 feet in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. It is an important pilgrimage center overlooking the confluence of the Alaknanda and Dhauliganga rivers at Vishnuprayag.
Rishikesh needs no introduction! The pilgrimage and adventure capital of the state attracts many thrill-seekers looking to enjoy crazy river rafting experiences and riverside camping retreats.
**COVID negative certificate that is max 72 hours old from the date of travel required for all travelers
**All tariffs are on a per-person basis**
- Stay on all dates on twin sharing basis
- Breakfast and dinner on all days
- Services of a mechanic throughout the tour
- Professional lead rider and a sweep rider
- First Aid kit and Oxygen cylinder with the trip leader
- All inner line permits
- Goods & Services Tax (GST)
- Assistance in bike rentals
- Route planning and trip management
- 24/7 assistance on call
- Your flights, transfers, etc.
- Cost of motorcycles and fuel for motorcycles
- Lunch and other meals not mentioned in Includes
- Single room accommodations
- Motorcycle upgrades other than what is mentioned
- Alcohol, cigarettes, and personal items
- Anything not mentioned in the includes list
- Early check-in or late checkout at the hotels
- Entry fee at monuments
- Any damage due to use or accident to rented motorcycles
- Cost of repairs, spare parts for rented motorcycles
Arrive in Delhi
Arrive in Delhi and check into your hotels. Ensure that you reach in the first half so that we collect your bikes, do a pre-ride checkup and interact with the group. In the evening, we can go around Chandigarh and see some sights.
Delhi to Jim Corbett (225 kms, 6 hrs)
The first day of the ride begins with us traveling to Jim Corbett national park located 225 kms away. It will be a little hot up till Dhampur post which the weather should get cooler. We stay near Jim Corbett and if you’d like we can arrange for a safari there.
Jim Corbett to Binsar (155 kms, 5 hrs)
Our journey continues towards eastern Uttarakhand to the town of Binsar, which is one of the most scenic spots in the Kumaon Himalayas. The ride will take us about 6 hours post which we can explore the landscapes in Binsar.
Binsar to Munsiyari (185 kms, 7.5 hrs)
It’s a long ride today. All though we will cover just 200 kms, it will take around 8 hours to reach our next destination, Munsiyari. It’s a rustic village located in Pithoragarh district and sandwiched in the Himalayas.
Munsiyari to Kasauni (165 kms, 7 hrs)
Time to head down to the valleys before we go back up again. Today, we ride to Kasauni located 165 kms away from Munsiyari. It’s a hill station known for its splendor and magnificent sights of the snow-capped Himalayas.
Kasauni to Joshimath (190 kms, 7.5 hrs)
We go up into the mountains once more, to Joshimath located at an altitude of 6,200 feet. It is home to stunning sights of snow-clad mountains and many trekking trails begin from Joshimath.
Stay in Joshimath
A rest day which can be utilized to relax or go exploring around Joshimath. Popular sites to cover include the Ropeway to Auli, Vishnuprayag river, Hindu temples, Govindghat, Kalpavriksha, etc.
Joshimath to Chopta (140 kms, 6 hrs)
Chopta is blessed with gorgeous meadows, evergreen forest areas and falls under the Kedarnath wildlife sanctuary located nearby. This is also called the Mini Switzerland of India and is home to many adventurous trekking trails.
Chopta to Rishikesh (165 kms, 6.5 hrs)
7 hours away from Chopta lies Rishikesh – a Hindu pilgrimage site and the hotspot for rafting in India. Most popular sites include Ram and Lakshman Jhula, Triveni Ghat, Ganges river, and much more.
Stay in Rishikesh
We spend the day exploring interesting spots near Rishikesh. If you want you can try your hand at river rafting as well. Roam the streets of this colorful city and soak in the culture of this small Uttarakhand town!
Rishikesh to Delhi (225 kms, 6 hrs)
Time to get back to Delhi and we check out of our hotels in Rishikesh after breakfast. After lunch on the way, we reach our Delhi hotels in the evening.
Stay in Delhi
Today, you will need to return your rental bikes to the vendor. If you have got your own bikes, then you need time to pack then and take them to the shipping partner. In the evening, if you are still in town, we enjoy a post-ride party!
Depart from Delhi
This is the last day of the tour. All motorcycles will need to be returned and post check out, you can leave for your home city.
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Every tour is personally delivered by our trip leader. Along with this, if required you will be accompanied by a mechanic and a driver. Here is an intro to our team.
You can get your own bike if you like. If you rent, the choice is entirely yours. Once you contact us, we can provide you with a list of motorcycles from brands such as Royal Enfield, Bajaj, KTM, BMW, Hero, Honda, etc. Pricing will depend on the motorcycle you select.
We encourage our guests to experience the local cuisines of the destinations we travel to. In remote areas, we might not get options for eating different cuisines. We will ensure you get wholesome, tasty and hygienic food wherever we go. If you are from outside India, here’s a guide to get you going.
The roads will be a mix of highways, narrow mountain roads, dirt trails, off-road sections and jungle roads. The terrain isn’t very tough to ride on and our rides are spaced out to ensure that you don’t get fatigued.
Yes, you should always have at least 2 liters of water with you at any time.
We try to blend in homestays, hotels, and resorts in each destination to balance comfort with the local experiences. All your accommodations will be clean, hygienic, comfortable and safe.
Yes, you will be carrying your own luggage on your motorcycle. Pls make the necessary arrangements in case you are riding with a pillion.
While riding, we should have access to public toilets/hotel toilets. But there will instances where there are none and you will have to answer nature’s call in nature.
Yes, you can.
We carry a basic first aid box with us and encourage you to carry your own medicines as well. In case of an emergency, we take you to the closest available medical center. We would also request you to share any pre-existing medical conditions and allergies if any with us.
October 3, 2021 - October 15, 2021