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Touristy cities not thrilling enough, bikers head to Rajasthan’s spooky places



Thought tourism in Rajasthan is just about forts and palaces? These bikers will give you new travel goals with their must-visit list.


Rajasthan has always been a traveller’s paradise, thanks to cities like Jaipur and Udaipur. But the desert state has a lot to offer beyond these destination, and this is what is attracting bikers groups to Rajasthan. Right from Kuldhara village near Jaisalmer to haunted locations like Bhangarh – a lot of other places feature on their travel bucket list. The reason is, the touristy places don’t have the kind of thrill that these bikers are looking for. So, they are moving over to places, which offer experiences like staying in a camp and cooking over bonfire.

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Hunted locations excite us –
Bikers share with us how they love to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and head to spooky places. Ishu Negi, bikers, says, “The quest to explore Rajasthan has taken me to a lot of places. One such place was Bhangarh. The journey from Delhi to Bhangarh was an exciting one. To unravel the mystery behind the haunted fort, Soaking in the historic atmosphere, and wandering in the narrow streets of the old, deserted Kuldhara village was also amazing.”
Sanjay Singh Sisodiya, who has made several biking trips with friends to Rajasthan, says, “With our gang of bikers, we have been of Rajasthan like Kuldhara near Jaisalmer and Bhangarh near Jaipur. Each time, it had been a thrilling experience.”

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