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7am - Meet up with your guide at Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh circle (the Statue circle)
Your tour will begin at Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh circle popularly known as the Statue Circle. Here, you will be introduced to your tour leader who will then brief you regarding the tour and the route. You will start riding towards your first tasting at a famous Lassi (churned yogurt shake) joint. The Lassi outlet was built in the independence era just outside the "Walled City" of Jaipur.

7:30am - Enter the "Walled City"
At the Ajmeri gate, enter the walled city that is painted in pink that explains the nickname “Pink City." Then, ride through narrow streets of the city passing through vintage Havelis and several other architectural marvels.

8am - Aarti at the Palace Temple
An Aarti is a mainly an Indian concept of praying to the God with lighted wicks before the sacred idol of the deity. The Govind Dev temple is the epicenter of the Jaipur city palace. The Temple is devoted to lord Krishna and is one of the most religiously and culturally important temples in the daily lives of the locals. You can offer flowers to lord Krishna and walk through the palace garden later walk through a busy farmer’s market. You can bargain at top of your voice and try to bargain like a Jaipurite.

8:30am - Walk through the market rooftops
As you pedal out of the palace gates, park your bikes near the market and walk through the historical spices and sweets market. Although the shops are closed off in the spices market, you sense the strong aroma walking past the closed shutters. Make a brief stop at a very popular tea merchant’s rooftop settlement above a sweets shop.

9am - Breakfast at a LMB
Lakshmi Mishthan Bhandar, popularly known as LMB, is a restaurant much loved by locals and travelers alike. Here, you can have a light breakfast as you ride towards the Majestic Albert Hall Museum, built in 1880’s to welcome the Prince of Wales. Park your bikes opposite the museum’s grand entrance as this lovely bicycle tour of the city ends here with a souvenir for you to show your friends back home when you share your Jaipur memories.
Locations visited
City Palace of Jaipur
Govind Devji Temple
Ajmeri Gate
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This tour is designed to give you a traditional perspective in the beautiful and historical city of Jaipur. Experience street food like a local, ride your bike through to some of the most sought after and highly acclaimed food joints. The food outlets are handpicked for you to provide you the much required energy for the bicycle tour of the pink city. Maneuver the streets like a local through the Havelis (Private Mansions) and Temples within the streets of the walled city. You can even participate in the morning prayers with the locals in the palace temples.
  • Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere
  • Led by a local guide
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
  • All necessary equipment included
  • Great overview and orientation of the city
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
3 hour tour of jaipur

Excellent guides, they make you discover things you would not find by yourselves! Guides are also very interesting to discuss with about the Indian culture, history, politics and really help to understand a bit more this fascinating country. A must do !

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Adventures on two wheels

We had an excellent day with Umesh & team. Great knowledge, funny and a great guide. Easy relaxed bike tour

Thank Manish A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Perfect trip for solo female travellers (and everyone else!)

I was recommended Tour de India’s Jaipur morning bike tour by a friend, and I am so glad I followed her suggestion! As a solo female traveller it can be hard at times to experience the “real” India, as I don’t always feel comfortable getting...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2018
Great way of seeing Jaipur

Travelling by bike brings you much closer to the real city. Only 3 hours but we saw a lot. Is all done at an easy pace so no need to be super fit

1  Thank dstacey439
Reviewed 9 May 2018
The Best of Jaipur

Bike tours are all the same. But not this one! Umessh and Khush are two of a kind! Riding a bike in Jaipur, in the morning is something EVERYONE should do. And should do with those two guys. They are no guides. They are friends...More

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