Jodhpur Adventure and sport activities Tours 2019/2020
4 great adventure and sport activitie trips in Jodhpur.
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Below you will find 4 curated adventure and sport activitie trips taking place in Jodhpur with 5 reviews.
Our adventure and sport activitie trips are supplied by 4 hand-picked travel operators in Jodhpur.
With trip prices ranging from 17 USD to 3,847 USD and trip durations varying from 1 day and to 21 days, there is plenty to choose from.
“We were extremely lucky in being able to see 2 tigers (male and female) on out tour of Sariska Tiger Park. The guide used was very good and this was a highlight of the trip. The camel riding was very enjoyable and the musicians provided very relaxing entertainment. Cook With Us provided excellent varied and vast quantities of food for us. Our leader was excellent even when having to find a hospital. Our driver was fantastic (Hakam), helpful, friendly and always there. Overall a fantastic trip.”
“Travelled with my family to do the North India Adventure and found that the variety of experiences from the history, food, sights and sounds was great. The bike riding was very easy, if you are moderately fit, as its very flat and the bikes are pretty good. Our guide Swali did a great job with his extensive knowledge and sense of humour, as did our driver Jessie. Great experience for me and my family.”
“An enjoyable holiday, greatly enhanced by sharing it with a fantastic group of like-minded people. A fabulous way to capture the spirit of Rajasthan. With the added bonus of mixing the 'sights' with a glimpse of 'everyday life'.
A little disappointing not to have sampled more 'local' food. The leader preferring hotels or 'tourist' type restaurants.
Would have liked to have seen more of the sights around Delhi, rather than driving round in circles by bus.
Compared to our previous trips, there was a lot of time spent on the bus.
The cycling was great. A mixture of easy and more challenging routes. I do however question Exodus's assertion that everyone is able to ride at their own pace. There were no particularly slow people in our group, however there were times when the slowest were pressured to get on the bus, despite the group being happy to wait. Conversely others were required to slow down to keep the group together, this was often frustrating for both ends of the spectrum. This may have been due to there being only two guides cycling, only one of which was of reasonable fitness.”