Exploring different places in a diverse country like India is one thing, but exploring it on a motorbike is altogether a different scene. It is the thrill of experiencing the journey, which most of us usually neglect, and skip it for the destination that we are heading to. Bike tours put travelers on a dominating position and space, in which they are challenging the long and gruesome journey, the distances of which do not even cross our mind when traveling on a flight or train. It’s other side gives it a definition of enjoying the landscapes, which one comes across, at a more personal level.
India, which has a vast network of roads and highways, suits bikers from everywhere. Some like to go for a cross country ride, while others like to get on a short leisure trip on their bikes. But, when it comes to India, Bike tours to Himalayas are the most fascinating one. Riding the mighty mountain ranges in the north, on two wheels, is all packed with gut wrenching adventure. People usually get on a biking trip from Himachal Pradesh to the roof top of the world, Ladakh. The journey is expected to be filled with unpredictable terrains and hostile weather that can even make the best mountain biker think twice. But it is the magnetism of the Himalayas that pulls a lot of bikers from all over the world to cruise along its wilderness.
If you are not that much of a serious adventurer and want to keep your wheels rolling on a more relaxing path, head towards the northeast of India. The misty landscapes in the northeastern part of India involves riding across dense green forests, slanting hills, snow covered mountains and narrow passes. Being culturally vibrant, the northeast of India also offers the bikers an excellent opportunity to visit numerous religious spots, as they make their way through the terrains of this part of India.
Looking at the growing interest of travelers to explore every possible road journey, many biking expeditions are going on in the country. It includes bike tours in the Himalayan valleys, coastal regions like Goa and South India, the lush green northeast and the deserts of Rajasthan and the Great Rann of Kutch.