Destination - Himalayas
Experience on Royal Enfield Himalayans the ‘peaceful state where the God’s live’ – The Himalayan mountain range. After exploring the madness of Delhi’s hot spots, its temples and landmarks, we head north entering in to a time capsule transporting us to biblical times, its environs, dwellings and culture concluding our journey on the magnificent royal houseboats on the Srinagar Lake and walking along once silted lane-ways surrounded by 900 year old buildings.
Extend your experience with a one day tour of the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort or alternatively take a rest in the magnificent Leela Palace.
From Jamie… “This trip through the Himalayas with MLA was the highlight of my 64 year life and for me a great achievement personally. Thank you MLA for allowing me to experience this unbelievable journey. The memories will last forever.“
What a culture shock! Every day had diversity of terrain and challenge. I loved the riding experience on the Enfield and of course creating magnificent images of the Himalaya’s.
This trip is a lot more than a bike ride – it’s about the people, the culture and the outstanding scenery.
The ride to the highest motorable road in the world was the highlight as this was the culmination of all expectations bundled in to one day.
I have been travelling the world for 10 years now and have never experienced anything like this tour. Starting with the sensational two days in the chaos of Delhi and the tour of notable attractions, then the climb on the ‘Toy Train’ to the summer capital of India ,Shimla had all riders excited before even hopping on the near new Enfield fleet. The ride was astounding, the Himalaya’s unbelievable, accommodation, nourishment and support to the group – exceptional. This is absolutely a five star tour, not for luxury but for the ‘whole’ experience. Thankyou Mike and Bob for allowing me to join you on this adventure which I will remember forever.
The motorcycle trip through the Himalayas was the highlight of my life and for me a great achievement personally. For someone who until April did not own a motorcycle licence, I think it was amazing. From a scenic point, the trip provided never ending unbelievable views many of which were not possible to capture in true perspective on a camera. There were many vistas that simply just had to be seen. From an endurance point of view, for an aged person such as myself, the trip certainly provided some physical challenges and at 69, to get to the end with no injuries was a great personal achievement. From a mateship point of view, the trip provided a closer bond to those I already knew and the opportunity to meet a whole new group of friends with similar views and interests. That was the fantastic part for me. I gained so much riding experience from the trip itself and also from the hints from the other more experienced riders particularly the tour operators Mike and Bob. The memories will last forever boosted by the 1000 photos I have taken along the journey.