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Tour Dates Tour Dates Tour Dates Tour Dates
Rajasthan Himalayas Spitti and Ladakh South India Nepal
2017 depart October 21st, return November 8. Depart 5 July 2018, return24 July 2018 Dates for late 2018 coming soon 2018 depart 15 March, return 3 April
2018 dates soon 6 bikes remaining   2 bikes remaining

Current tours and costs


NZ$7950 Including Air Travel from Auckland

Single accommodation supplement NZ$850.

For couples travelling on one bike, a discount of NZ$700 is offered to the pillion passenger.



NZ$8950 Including Air Travel from Auckland

Single accommodation supplement NZ$850.

For couples travelling on one bike, a discount of NZ$800 is offered to the pillion passenger.




NZ$8450 Including Air Travel from Auckland

Single accommodation supplement NZ$850.

For couples travelling on one bike, a discount of NZ$700 is offered to the pillion passenger.



NZ$9350 Including Air Travel from Auckland

Single accommodation supplement NZ$800

Pillion Discount NZ$800

If the tour you wish to join is fully booked, please contact us regarding wait-listing. We will endeavour to accommodate you should we get a cancellation.

If you are travelling alone, the single accommodation supplement applies. There are a limited number of seats in the back up vehicle for non- riders who wish to come on tour with us. The tour price for non- riders is the same as for riders.
We also offer the tours excluding airfares, commencing and ending in Delhi for participants from outside New Zealand who must travel to India independently.
Upon receipt of your deposit we will send you a full detailed itinerary and further information including visa application forms and advice on what to bring and expect.
If you are a member of a motorcycle club or group and 10 or more of your associates wish to travel together on a tour, we will consider designing an itinerary to suit your group date requirements.

Included in the cost

Return airfares from Auckland to Delhi, transport to and from the airport, the services of the tour co-ordinators 24 hours per day, luggage transport in the back up vehicle [20kg maximum per person], mechanical and puncture repairs, petrol and oil, accommodation from first night of tour until checkout on the last day . Breakfast is provided daily during the Indian portion of the tour consisting of cereal, toast, tea or coffee, fruit and eggs where available. Most evening meals. We have found that our groups take most of their meals together and we have included those in your tour cost, [15 meals]. Motorcycle hire from Inder Motors, motorcycle insurance for third party damage, theft and accident damage.

Not included in cost

Airport departure taxes, airline fuel surcharges, excess baggage costs, personal injury and health insurance, vaccinations, passports and visas, meals and drinks other than breakfast and most dinners, porterage, items of a personal nature such as laundry, tips, gifts, telephone or fax services, camera and video fees, emergency evacuation costs, fines. Entry fees and camera fees for forts and monuments. Extra accommodation in stopover destinations unless otherwise arranged at time of booking.


A current Passport containing an Indian visa is required to enter India and we will forward all visa information to you upon receiving your booking.

Driving License, driving & personal responsibility

To ride on one of our tours you must have with you a current international motorcycle driving license. This must be accompanied by your local driving license to be valid. You must be 18 years of age or over to drive and at least 12 years of age to be a passenger on a bike. Though your riding skills will undoubtedly improve during one of our tours, you must be an experienced rider. India is not a good place for a novice rider to learn nor for a lapsed rider to become current. At the beginning of each tour we will hold an extensive safety briefing and will allow ample time to acclimatise to your bike. Our tours are run at a leisurely pace and there is no pressure to travel at speeds that you are not comfortable with. However, responsibility for the speed and control of the bike rests solely with its rider even when following a tour guide. We will do our utmost to keep you safe at all times on tour but ultimately, only you can be responsible for yourself, - this is your adventure! Though Indian law does not require you to wear a crash helmet except in the major cities, we strongly recommend that you wear one at all times as you may not be insured without one.


It is essential that you obtain personal travel insurance. This should include cover for medical, hospital, emergency repatriation, additional unforeseen travel expenses with provision for cancellation, curtailment and baggage loss. You should make it absolutely clear to the insurer that you are traveling by motorcycle of 500cc capacity as some policies exclude motorcycle travel. We can arrange full cover for you if required at a favourable rate [presently NZ$320 per person]. The motorcycles are insured for third party, theft and accident damage.
In the event of accident damage to your motorcycle, you will be liable for the first NZ$200 of repair costs.

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