If you’re going to plan a motorcycle tour in Asia you should definitely plan your ride through the Himalayas in India. The Himalayan mountain landscapes are stunning, the people are warm and friendly, and the culture is rich and worth exploring.
At Himalayan Heroes, our curated tours allow you to experience the best of India from the open road with fellow adventurers. Our tours are often a mix of open road exploration, camping under the stars, spending time with locals soaking up the local culture, overnight stays in monasteries, and nonstop camaraderie.
Whether you choose to indulge your inner-daredevil and join us for the adrenaline-fuelled Cliffhanger Tour or decide to join us at the Top Of The World for a 14-day Himalayan adventure that traverses Pin Valley National Park and many other treasures, you’re guaranteed a good time.
You could also opt to explore the untouched Middle Land between Tibet and India. This adventure has a bit of everything. You get to see old and new Delhi and we head to the Taj Mahal before flying to the mountains and experience the majestic Himalayas on the quintessential Indian motorcycle – Royal Enfield. We’ll stay in a 12th-century monastery and camp under the stars as we make our way through scenic landscapes and cultural centers. It’s truly a one of a kind adventure.
And then there’s our flagship tour – the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride.
The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is a bucket list experience like no other. Join us as we attempt to ride to the top of Khardungla, the world’s highest road dressed in our finest tweed…or Maharaja suits!
On these rides the bond and camaraderie is unmistakable as men from across the globe spend two glorious weeks together conquering a bucket list ride while feeling comfortable enough to share freely and get to know each other on this epic life-changing adventure. You don’t want to miss it.
With four different ways to enjoy India with Himalayan Heroes, the only question remaining is which adventure will you choose? Because each motorcycle tour offers something different and unique for everyone.
India’s people, culture, and open roads are calling. Will you answer?