Royal Enfield is a brand with a legendary history in the automotive industry. Enfield has changed a lot with time. The company started its journey in 1893 and has developed various ultimate machines till now. Giving a new definition to biking, Royal Enfield has converted the idea of riding a legend in the form of two wheeler.
Royal Enfield is a brand with a legendary history in the automotive industry. Enfield has changed a lot with time. The company started its journey in 1893 and has developed various ultimate machines till now. Giving a new definition to biking, Royal Enfield has converted the idea of riding a legend in the form of two wheeler. After the launch of Bullet in 1931, the company has become a household name in Indian market. Bullet is still getting upgrades by the company from the time it has launched and every single update in the machine is worth spending for. Bullet offers a charm with its bulky and tough looks, which is anytime suitable and looks awesome on rider of any age, a complete package of tough body, powerful engine and latest technology. Mated with Carburetor or EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection), Bullets does not have any competition because it does not falls under any category, they itself are a category.
The latest bike in news from the manufacturer’s stable is the Royal Enfield Himalayan that is based on the adventure tour platform.
Royal Enfield Himalayan housesa 410cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission system. The engine will hopefully churn out a net power of somewhere around 28bhp with an expected torque of 40-44Nm. The bike runs on especially designed adventure-styled tyres. The suspension system has been tuned specifically to conquer the terrains with ease and comprises of long travel telescopic forks upfront and a mono shock absorber at the rear. Royal Enfield Himalayan decelerates with the help of dual disc brakes equipped at the front and rear.
|Date||14-01-2019 Open Catch early bird discount|
|Date 2||09-02-2019 Open|
|Date 3||05-03-2019 Open|
Day 1. Arrival transfer in New Delhi
Your journey to the land of kings and the deserts of India begins when you arrive in the nation’s capital, New Delhi. A symbol of the country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together. It is a place that not only touches your pulse but even fastens it to a frenetic speed. Home to millions of dreams, the city takes on unprecedented responsibilities of realizing dreams bringing people closer and inspiring their thoughts.
Just a century ago, the British moved the seat of their empire from Kolkata to Delhi. And it has been the Capital of India ever since. Now a thriving, cosmopolitan metro, the city has much to celebrate as it has already reached the milestone of completing 100 years as a Capital. With a history that goes back many centuries, Delhi showcases an ancient culture and a rapidly modernizing country. Dotted with monuments there is much to discover here. The seat of many powerful empires in the past, its long history can be traced in its many carefully-preserved monuments, ancient forts and tombs.
All this is combined with the best features of a modern city such as a metro system, bustling markets and fabulous eating places. The past and the present meld seamlessly together, making centuries-old monuments a part of the city’s daily life. Delhi is very much a history’s child. The story of the city is as old as the epic Mahabharata, when the town was known as Indraprastha, where Pandavas used to live. Over the centuries, eight more cities came alive adjacent to Indraprastha: Lal Kot, Siri, Dinpanah, Quila Rai Pithora, Ferozabad, Jahanpanah, Tughlakabad and Shahjahanabad. Many empires rose to the heights of their power and were destroyed here. Among the prominent dynasties which made Delhi their capital were the Tughlaqs, the Khiljis and the Mughals.
Even today, one can have a fascinating glimpse into the past in Old Delhi, with its labyrinth of narrow lanes, old havelis, and colourful bazaars. Rickshaws wind their way through this crowded, bustling capital of the Mughals, where life continues, much as it did hundreds of years ago. It is home to three World Heritage monuments—Qutub Minar, Red Fort and Humayun’s Tomb that have survived many centuries, and give an idea of architectural wonders created by emperors in the past. Central Delhi, with its tree-lined avenues, imposing structures and buildings such as the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House and India Gate, reflect Delhi’s colonial past. A number of museums provide a glimpse into the country’s fascinating history.
You’ll be welcomed by our representative at the Airport, to minimise what can sometimes be a testing introduction to the country. You would have already gone through the gauntlet of India’s notorious bureaucracy at the Customs and Immigration counters,as you leave the main Arrival Hall you are likely to be besieged with offers of good hotels, cheap taxis, special deals and all manner of improbable things. Ignore them all and locate our Representative holding the REVELLERS PARADISE with your name paging board. He will receive and brief you on preparations for your trip and the program for the next couple of days. If you are arriving outside our suggested group arrival flights, we may advise the location of your hotel and also how to locate and deal with the pre-paid government taxis.
Day 2 – Delhi to Neemrana/Surajgarh
After breakfast and at the hotel we’ll introduce you to your Royal Enfield motorcycle with all our team members, the first half-hour or so is spent getting to know the bikes and having a practice ride in the hotels car parking. We set a leisurely pace and enjoy the burble of the bikes as we take National Highway 8 southwest from the capital and soon enter Rajasthan. We stay on the highway and all the way to Neemrana .
Shekhawati region of Rajasthan consists of the areas falling under Sikar ,Jhunjhunu and some parts of Churu, Nagaur and Jaipur. There are so many Villages and Towns which comes under Shekhawati region. Shekhawati is famous for its rich heritage and beautiful architectures full of fresco Wall paintings, hence also known as “open air art gallery”. Now a day’s Shekhawati is the most favorite tourist destination for those visiting India to experience this heritage rich territory. Many of these old heritage Havelis and other buildings (Mansions, Forts) are now