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Two Free Nights in India’s Famous Taj Lake Palace – And Return Flights from Delhi to Udaipur on 2015 Himalayan Adventures

October 18, 2014 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

unnamed (5)Two free nights at India’s most famous hotel, the luxurious Taj Lake Palace, and free return flights from Delhi to the iconic property’s home in Udaipur are being offered for new bookings with Extreme Bike Tours on four Himalayan motorcycle tours in 2015 that will take licensed riders and also pillion passengers along the world’s highest roads.

The special offer is available until December 1, 2014, on Extreme Bike Tours’ four 15-day Mighty Himalayas tours departing Delhi on June 20, July 7 and 24 and August 10, 2015.

Built by maharajahs as a summer palace in the 1700s on an island in Lake Pichola in the colourful Rajasthan city of Udaipur, the marbled Taj Lake Palace was featured in the 1983 James Bond film ‘Octopussy’ and is regularly voted as one of the world’s great hotels.

A free, two-night stay with a lavish breakfast at Taj Lake Palace will offer motorbike riders or pillion passengers a luxe end to their two-week Himalayan adventure with Extreme Bike Tours which will see them spend nights amongst the world‘s loftiest peaks in tents and rustic guesthouses and hotels along the road.

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The round-trip tour from Delhi will see adrenalin travellers ride classic Indian Royal Enfield Bullet 500 motorbikes across 1300km of remote and twisting roads in far north India open only during the summer months. The route through some of the world’s most spectacular motorbiking terrain takes riders over several of the globe’s highest mountain passes including the highest motorable pass on the planet – the 5600m-high Khardung La, and also the 4000m-high Rohtang La Pass, known infamously as the ‘Pile of Corpses’ because of casualties amongst car drivers trying to push through treacherous weather.

Operating with strict safety codes and a high, personalised rider-staff ratio of 1:1, Extreme Bike Tours will also take riders to nomadic Himalayan tribes, gushing waterfalls, ancient monasteries and campsites in lunar-like, high altitude deserts surrounded by soaring, snow-capped peaks.

The four 15-day Mighty Himalayan tours in 2015 are available from US$4750 per rider or US$3950 for pillion passengers sitting behind crew or in the support vehicle. Fares include accommodation, meals, fuel and transfers. Flights from Australia are extra.

New bookings made on any of the four tours by December 1, 2014, will receive two free nights’ accommodation at the Taj Lake Palace after the tour with breakfast and also return flights from Delhi to Udaipur. Conditions apply.

Extreme Bike Tours is based in India and owned by former Englishman and adrenalin junkie, Zander Combe. Up to 80 per cent of riders are from Australia and New Zealand.

* Tours and fares are subject to availability and conditions apply.

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