Udaipur to Jaipur (or vice versa) Bike Tour

  • Ride past undulating sand dunes flanked by the Aravalli mountain range and the typical bucolic countryside
  • Admire historical stalwarts: weathered forts and breathtaking temples

This tour customized to the needs of the traveller short on time and high on adrenaline. From Udaipur, the city of lakes nestled in the valleys of the Aravallis, we travel in a North westerly direction towards the pink city of Jaipur. Along the way we get to meet nomadic herdsmen wandering from village to village with their flocks of sheep and camels, tribal women in brightly colored saris and intricate jewellery and spot wildlife like the blackbuck and the bluebull. Everyday we see the geography change before our eyes as we ride from the mountains towards the low land past pushkar and some amazing interior country landscapes. This is one of the classic cycling circuit in entire Rajasthan.

Quick Facts

  • Duration

    6 days / 5 nights

  • Start / End

    Udaipur / Jaipur or Jaipur / Udaipur

  • Price

    As per your size of group, accommodation, time of year you travel

  • Hotels

    Premiere or Casual Inns

  • Riding Style

    Active Rider

  • Age

    Suitable for 13+

Group Departures


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Brief Itinerary

* with shuttle
DayPlacePremiere InnsCasual InnsDuration~ Cycling Distance
1Udaipur to KumbhalgarhFateh Safari LodgeAodhi150km / 30mi*
2 – 3DeogarhFort Seengh SagarDeogarh Mahal250km / 30mi*
4NimaajChhatra SagarNimaaj150km / 30mi*
5PushkarPushkar PalaceDera Masuda145km / 27mi*

Detailed Itinerary

Arrival Note:
Arrival from Delhi or Mumbai: Take a domestic flight to Udaipur. During peak winter season (Dec-Jan) in Delhi, many of the domestic flights get delayed or cancelled from or to Delhi due to heavy fog here.

Arrival from Jaipur: By non-stop flight (1 hr) to Udaipur or an early morning train (7 hrs) to Udaipur. We can help you with train booking.

Meeting Time and Location:
Meet your Trip Leader at 7:30 am at our Udaipur shop. We recommend to do bike fit at least a day before departure. Please contact your trip consultant for a list of suggested hotels at Udaipur, if required.

Day 1: Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh 
We ride in the mountains on this day. The Aravallis are one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world and its rugged, worn down hills are thickly wooded and littered with numerous mountain streams and brooks. The terrain is slightly challenging and offers excellent opportunites to experience at close quarters the lifestyles of the Bhil tribals – an indigenous tribal people of India and one of the oldest inhabitants of the subcontinent. Later in the evening, we climb the rugged Kumbalgarh Fort, surrounded by a 35km wall with 365 temples within.

Distance Cycled: ~50km / 30mi*
Shuttle: 1hr

Day 2: Deogarh
This is one of the best cycling route of the trip. The undulating ride adds a marginal challenge for biking, but you have the company of beautiful landscape.

Meals: Breakfast
Distance Cycled: ~50km / 30mi*
Shuttle: 1hr

Day 3: Deogarh

We take a break from bike and on a little tour of a nearby village on foot, to get upclose and personal with rural life of Rajasthan. Hanging acacias, small shrines and village huts of the hamlets close to Ghanerao are extremely picturesque. Back at the hotel, you can relax, browse through books and know more about the history from the host itself.

A half day trip can also be taken on the meter gauge train that still runs through beautiful countryside.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 4: Nimaaj

We ride through a quiet and narrow backroad that offers ample opportunities for spotting wild animals like the black buck,blue bulls and if you’re lucky, the shy but extremely graceful Indian Gazelle too. As you ride past swaying masses of yellow mustard and wheat, you’ll meet run into hordes of camels and goats as well as friendly villagers always happy to pose for a photograph or two.

Meals: Breakfast
Distance cycled: ~ 45km / 27mi*
Shuttle: 1hr

Day 5: Pushkar

We start cycling early this day across lush millet vegetation and carpets of yellow mustard fields; in fact keep alert to see some amount of wildlife like deer, black bucks and camels. This is a fairly easy terrain to ride in so you can enjoy the vistas with ease.

Meals: Breakfast
Distance cycled: ~ 45km / 27mi*
Shuttle: 1hr

Day 6: Jaipur

On this day we cycle to Jaipur along a beautiful route that, despite the barren landscape is known to support a surprising diversity of fauna.

Meals: Breakfast
Distance cycled: ~ 45km / 27mi*
Shuttle: 1.5hr

*with shuttle – short transfers


from our friends

“The trip was an extraordinary way to experience rural Rajasthan, get up close to farming and rural life as well as get some good exercise in amongst the holiday.”

Isobel ParrishUK

“Kamal was a wealth of information – incredibly intelligent and a very strong rider. Pancheet (Sp?) was a very energetic and wonderful person who was always willing to give his insight and inspired us all along the way. We truly loved both of them and the trip was truly fantastic, Thank You.”


“We enjoyed our Udaipur to Jodhpur cycling trip immensely. Everything was well organised and hotels and activities planned were very fascinating. A great experience overall.”


“As cyclists, this bike tour was one of the highlights of our India trip. Started in Udaipur with GOOD bikes (and we did bike tours everywhere, these were the best quality by far) I got a brand new Giant hybrid and my girlfriend had a Scott. We rode 50ish km the first day finishing with a really fun ascent to the first luxurious hotel (which was like a private resort). The second day we cycled some hills to get to a beautiful town called Narlai. The town has a huge rock called Elephant rock which is a must see and must climb (I did Sunrise and sunset). Here we stayed at a royal guest house. Was beautiful and also had great food. From here we cycled to a royal palace where we were the only guests for the night. Which was quite amazing. Food was okay, but palace and location was beautiful. The final dag rode another 50km and were dropped off in Jodhpur.

I was initially shocked at the cost as my girlfriend organised it. Cost about $1800usd for four days, but included three nights accommodation and meals in very nice places, as well as quality equipment a support vehicle and a great guide Qutub (I think his name was). The only other thing I paid for was beer… Was a really good experience and would highly recommend!”