The Krishna’s Stories
Let us take you to a world where you can feel the soul of real India. Let us take you for the cycle trip where we will cross through ancient villages, ancient highways of silk route, where spirituality and India took the real shape. A lot of stories related to one of the most popular Indian God all across the world! Crossing through some of the most beautiful villages, fields, lakes and whatever not which you can imagine right now. Join us for this more beautiful side right next to New Delhi and reach Agra by next day to experience Taj Mahal.
We will pick you up from our meeting point by sharp 06.00 am! Details are given below. We are going to drive a few kilometers away from Delhi to avoid traffic and highways. The journey will start with a delicious breakfast and get ready to experience which almost everyone misses out in this fast just Taj Experience world. Let’s discuss the rest of the things and we can email you the detailed itinerary once you drop us an email of WhatsApp Message(Click Here).
Duration: 02 Days / 01 Night
Distance: 95km (2Days)
Day 01: 75km
Day 02: 20km
Operational: October – March
The Krishna’s Stories
Day 1: Delhi – Villages – Agra
Day 2: Agra, Drive Back to Delhi
Day 1: We will start our drive from New Delhi to starting point almost 100km. Yes, it takes almost 100km to get out of the city and suburbs of Delhi. We will have a relaxed breakfast and will start our beautiful and rustic cycle ride towards these villages! The total distance this day is almost 75km with flat roads most of the time. Typical Indian village landscapes are waiting for you! Some authentic hot sipping chai, delicious local lunch, and several stories. By evening we will reach Vrindavan, the heart of Krishna’s stories and sit on the ghats next to the beautiful Yamuna river. This night we will stay in the spiritual heart of North India, Vrindavan.
Day 2: We will start the drive again by 06.00 am from Vrindavan and will Taj Mahal by 07.00 am. As most of the people want to enjoy Taj Mahal with the sunrise we can cycle or walk to the Taj Mahal as it is not really far from the hotel. After visiting Red Fort and having lunch at our favorite cafe in Agra, we will start driving back to Delhi.
|22-23 Dec 2018/Sat-Sun||Closed|
|28-29 Dec 2018/Sat-Sun||Closed|
|05-06 Jan 2019/Sat-Sun||Closed|
|12-13 Jan 2019/Sat-Sun||Closed|
|19-20 Jan 2019/Sat-Sun||Available|
|27-28 Jan 2019/Sun-Mon||Available|
|02-03 Feb 2019/Sat-Sun||Available|
|09-10 Feb 2019/Sat-Sun||Available|
|16-17 Feb 2019/Sat-Sun||Available|
For Private Tours please drop us an email. You can also WhatsApp Us(Click Here)! Do mention the tour name. We can conduct the tour for a small group or even for a single person on any day of the month.
Tour Starts: New Delhi
Tour Ends: New Delhi
Group Size: 2-12
Minimum Age: 16(On Fixed Departures)
-Pick up from ‘Delhi By Cycle Meeting Point’
-Well maintained hybrid cycles
-English speaking Tour Leader
-Breakfast & Lunch
-Accommodation(3 Star & Ab0ve) Twin Sharing basis
-Bottled Water on Ride
-Dinners & Drinks
-Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
Biking Conditions: The roads are usually flat and not a lot of gradients. Beautiful villages and real picture of India is on this tour. So, people with moderate and leisure cycling experience can also join us for this beautiful experience.
Bikes: We use well maintained hybrid bikes for this trip. If you are bringing your own cycle do let us know before.
Bike Repairs: Basic tools and spares are carried by the guide and on the support vehicle, though we cannot guarantee to have spares for every conceivable problem.
Safety: Wearing a helmet is required on all our biking adventures and is non-negotiable. If you do not wear a helmet you will not be allowed to cycle. Your tour leader is trained in first aid and emergency rescue, but to a large degree, you must be responsible for your own safety while riding.
Guide: You will be led by a local English-speaking guide and if the group is 9 people or more we will add another guide to the tour. All our guides are well informed in the history, culture, and religions of the area where you are biking and are skilled at passing that knowledge on to you. Your guide is also medically trained and an experienced cyclist, able to handle most minor repairs en route.