“Rajasthan Forest Department – Wildlife Circle Udaipur,” in collaboration with Le Tour De India (Adventure Partner), brings you the second edition of unique cycling adventures of Pedal to Jungle.

Viewing Wildlife eco-responsible tourism on equal time provides the bicycle owner with a thrilling jungle revel in. This journey jungle excursion is in particular designed amidst the desolate tract of Southern Aravallis of Udaipur variety.

What is the “Pedal to Jungle” all about…?

A Cycling day trip amidst the Jungles 1

After due idea manner and many recce journeys keeping in thoughts every component from untraced paths, vicinity-precise flowers and fauna, difficulty ranges, adventure, accommodation, know-how sharing, locations of historical and archaeological significance, visitor sights and every bit you can actually think about, “Pedal to Jungle” is a considered one of its kind occasion in India.

The organizers do not decide on any luxuries of a complicated inn and cuisine of a multi-cuisine restaurant. Still, of a path, the lodging promises to be right tents at lovely locations amidst nature. Food could be traditional with masses of health factors.

The overall biking journey could be 220 km unfold in three days, starting from Baghdarah Nature Park to Jaisamand Lake through Jagat, a small village with a historical temple of ancient importance. The day could be an experience via Sita Mata Wildlife Sanctuary, and the 0.33 day might be a concluding day at Dama Dam.

Specialists from the Forest Department will accompany the cyclists during the trial, which is usually recommended to fowl enthusiasts, image fanatics, and journey seekers.

Bookings and other crucial information

Dates: 29 November until 2 Dec

Rahul Bhatnagar, Chief Forest Conservator, stated that individuals would need to be in shape for undertaking this experience. The wooded area department will do a health check of participants before permitting. Only the ones who clear the take a look at will be allowed to take part.

Rs 9000 may be charged in keeping with man or woman to participate in the journey. Starting from Baghdara herbal park, the ride will pass via Jaisamand, Dhariyawad, Sitamata Sanctuary, and Dam Dama forest. Night Stays will be organized at Jaisamand lake and other herbal spots. Small trekking treks to Ruthi Rani Palace, Jagat temples, and similar places will also be organized. Campfires will be organized in the evenings.

Out of the 220km trek, 150km might be thru off-street tracks, and 35km may be via jungle without a path.

Arrive at Entebbe global airport in Uganda. We were welcomed using our Staff of Real-Africa-Adventures, who transferred us to the IMPERIAL RESORT BEACH HOTEL. If you’re an early arrival, you will visit Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) for statistics approximately Uganda’s particular vegetation and fauna. Have a sense of ex situ conservation and get in close touch with the lion, zebras, chimpanzees, buffalo, Rhino, waterbucks, dickers, crocodiles, colobus monkeys, shoe invoice shares, and exclusive species of birds and animals. Here you may experience the lake’s breeze and notice a diffusion of fishing birds alongside the lake shores. If it is a weekend, you may experience an exciting performance from neighborhood cultural corporations. We had dinner at the Imperial Beach Hotel.


After an early breakfast, we pressure through Kampala Northwards via a series of districts. Lunch became at the Masindi Hotel (rambling colonial generation lodge) – with an attractive wooded ground in Masindi town, a gate-manner to Budongo Forest and Murchison Falls National Park. Watch out for the powerful tropical Budongo forest. More attractive is the green, leafy stretch of suburbia that runs north from the town center beyond the golf course. We visited the pinnacle of the mighty Murchison-falls and that they were greater regular. There is a point where the water escapes thru a narrow gorge forming first-rate thunder and roar! We relaxed and took some pix on the spot with a permanent rainbow. Here they become a Ferry Crossing to Paraa Safari motel with relaxed accommodation and typical Ugandan hospitality. We had dinner at Paraa inn.

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