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Plan and find the best cycle routes through India with the bike route planner as a cycling trip through India offers diverse possibilities. When touring the Himalaya, you ride through impressive, seemingly alpine nature, past gorges, high alpine salt lakes and lonely buddhist monasteries. In the many-faceted state Rajasthan, India’s oldest and most colourful region, you can experience the desert’s silence and the turbulent cities, on a tour through the mighty Himalaya massif, you’ll find hindu temples in forests, green high pastures on which mountain nomads have settled and strange gorges.

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  • One has to visit the Taj Mahal, one of the “new” seven world wonders, once in a lifetime. The great building is the mausoleum of the last wife of Great Mogul Shah Jahan, Mumtaz Mahal.

  • Udaipur is considered India’s most romantic city. The big main palace located at the shore of Lake Pichula offers a great view on the lake’s glimmering water up to the Aravelli mountains hidden in mist. Just spend the day on your bike to visit all beautiful sights around and on the lake.

  • Relax at the beaches around Goa. Goa is also famous for its Portuguese colonial heritage . The beautiful Basilica of Bom Jesus is a UNESCO world heritage and a rare example of baroque architecture in India. You can also easily explore the city on two wheels.


  • Don’t forget! The cow is holy in India.

  • When cycling through India, it is advisable to bring a mosquito net.

  • When entering a temple or mosque, always take off your shoes! Furthermore, you should cover your shoulders and refrain from wearing short cycling trousers.

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