A bonus free night in a five-star resort in tropical Goa is being offered for bookings made by November 30, 2015, on a luxury motorcycle tour of southern India next February run by Extreme Bike Tours.
Motorbike riders – and also pillion passengers – who like their comforts can take in the spices, tea plantations, hill stations, tiger reserves and tropical beaches of southern India on the back of a classic Royal Enfield motorbike while staying each night in a lavish, luxury hotel.
Starting on February 6, 2016, the all-inclusive, 11-day ‘Luxury South India Adventure’ will see riders use Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm bikes to negotiate a breathtaking, 1000km route from Cochin to Goa. In the saddle for between six and eight hours a day, riders will trace some of India’s quietest roads through vast tea plantations and hill stations, past the spectacular palaces and temples of Mysore and to the jungles of Mudumalai National Park where riders will stay in a safari lodge and search for tigers.
The route ends on the tropical, hippy-frequented beaches of Goa with its colourful markets and cocktail bars.
The 11-night Luxury South India Adventure costs A$7261 per rider or A$6649 for pillion passengers, including luxury hotel accommodation each night, all meals on the tour, fuel and motorbike hire and a domestic flight at the end of the tour from Goa back to Cochin. The guided trips are open to licensed motorcyclists as well as pillion passengers riding on a bike or in the support vehicle.
All new bookings made on this tour before November 30, 2015, will also receive a free, extra, one night’s stay with breakfast at the end of the tour at the five-star Grand Hyatt Goa, which boasts tropical gardens and a seaside frontage.
As one of the world’s leading motorcycle tour companies, Extreme Bike Tours offers guided trips in India, the Himalayas, Tibet, Bhutan, Mongolia, and from 2016, Cuba.
For details, visit www.extremebiketours.com.
* Tours and fares are subject to availability and conditions apply. Prices do not include flights from Australia.