Sunday, September 30, 2012

Extreme Bike Tours to Rajasthan

Extreme Bike Tours organises bike tours in India, Nepal and Bhutan. They conduct bike tours to Rajasthan, South India, beautiful valleys in the Himalayas(Kullu, Kinnaur, Spiti and Lahaul), the Tibetan Plateau and the Kingdom of Bhutan.



With an enviable fleet of 500cc Royal Enfield Bullets, relevant equipment and spares, camping gear and an experienced team with a combined touring time of over 35 years around India, you can be assured that you are with the best. The team takes care of all your travel needs and you are sure to have a memorable time.



Rajasthan, known for its forts, palaces and havelis, is a major tourist destination in India. The state has a rich artistic culture and its own style of classical music and dance. It is also a shoppers paradise with beautiful tie and dye prints, embriodery, mirror work and handicrafts. Its a place that needs to be visited to appreciate its beauty.



Extreme Bike Tours is conducting a bike tour of Rajasthan in November. Starting at Delhi the tour will take you through Mandawa, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Luni, Ranakpur, Udaipur, Bambora, Bijaipur, Bundi, Ranthambhore National Park and Bharatpur before finally heading back to Delhi.



Its not just about biking, you will get to experience the real Rajasthan. Visit famous landmarks, try out the rich local cuisine, taking in the beauty of the sand dunes - basically enjoying the culture and history of Rajasthan.



If that sounds interesting then get in touch with Extreme Bike Tours for more info.

What: Rajasthan Tour
When: 13 November to 30th November 2012

Contact
Extreme Bike Tours
Phone: 0091 96653 77344
Email: info@extremebiketours.com

Friday, August 10, 2012

T3 terminal at Delhi Airport - Photos Set 2

Some more pictures from the T3 terminal at the New Delhi Airport. You can view the photos I had posted earlier here.










Monday, May 14, 2012

Delhi - Aerial View while landing at airport

Take offs and landings are a good time to get some aerial pictures of the city. I love how the perspective of the buildings and surroundings changes as the plane gains height. While landing at the Delhi airport last month, I clicked these pictures.








Saturday, January 21, 2012

IRCTC launches rail ticket booking on mobile phones

Good news for all those who book rail tickets through IRCTC. Now you can book your rail tickets through your mobile phones - anytime anywhere. With just a few clicks you can reserve your tickets, check the history of booked tickets or cancel a booked ticket.

How to book tickets on your mobile phone:

1. Open the website https://www.irctc.co.in/mobile on your mobile phone.
2. Login with your existing IRCTC user id and password.
3. Click on Book Ticket and fill in details for "Plan my travel"
4. Select the train and continue the booking.
5. Use existing passenger list or add passengers.
6. Confirm booking details and pay through Credit/debit card to get successful booking.

And you are done!
Easy isnt it?

I got an email from IRCTC regarding this, so thought of sharing it with everyone.