South India Motorcycle Tour

Fully Escorted Motorbike Tour

Non-Riding Partners Welcome

11 Days / 10 Nights

Departing 2025

South India Motorcycle Tour 2025

Embark on an exhilarating journey through the heart of South India as we delve into the rich cultural tapestry and natural wonders of Karnataka.

This road trip promises an unforgettable adventure, weaving through diverse landscapes and captivating destinations. Our expedition begins in the vibrant city of Bangalore, where modernity meets tradition in a seamless blend of technology and heritage. From there, our path leads us to the architectural marvels of Somnathapur and the regal grandeur of Mysore, where the echoes of history resonate through its royal palaces and ancient temples.

As we venture further into the Western Ghats, the enchanting hills of Coorg beckon with their mist-covered landscapes and aromatic coffee plantations. Chikkamagalur, known as the ‘Coffee Land of Karnataka,’ unveils its picturesque hills and lush greenery, offering a tranquil escape amidst nature’s bounty.

The journey takes a historical turn as we explore the fortresses of Chitradurga, standing as silent sentinels of Karnataka’s storied past. Moving on, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi unfolds before us, a surreal landscape dotted with ancient ruins, temples, and boulders that tell tales of a bygone era.

Join us on this Karnataka Road Trip Journey, where every twist and turn in the road reveals a new facet of this culturally rich and diverse state, promising memories that will linger long after the journey concludes. Buckle up for an odyssey through Bangalore, Somnathapur, Mysore, Coorg, Chikkamagalur, Chitradurga, and Hampi, as we discover the essence of Karnataka one destination at a time.

11 Days / 10 Nights

  • Departing 2025

Day 1 – Arrival At Bangalore. Upon arrival at Bangalore, you will be picked up from the airport and checked in to the hotel. After taking enough rest we will meet in the evening for Briefing and then followed by a welcome dinner.

Day 2 – Bangalore – Somanathapur -Mysore- 185Kms
This will be the first day of riding, we will pick our Royal Enfield Motorcycles and kick start to explore Southern India. After breakfast, we will ride towards Somanathapur.
The Kesava Temple, built in the 13th century by the Hoysala King Narasimha III, is an awe-inspiring structure dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple is a splendid example of Hoysala craftsmanship, characterized by intricate carvings, detailed sculptures, and elaborate ornamentation. The outer walls of the temple are adorned with an array of delicately carved friezes depicting scenes from Hindu epics, mythological stories, and the daily life of that era.

Day 3 – Explore Mysore – 80 Kms
After breakfast we will star to explore the heritage City Mysore, to begin with we will visit Chamundi Hills, Venugopala swamy temple and world famous Mysore palace in the evening. he Mysore Palace, also known as the Amba Vilas Palace, stands as an opulent testament to the grandeur of Mysore’s royal heritage. A masterpiece of Indo-Saracenic architecture, this palace is a visual extravaganza of domes, arches, and intricate artwork. Illuminated by thousands of bulbs during special occasions, the palace transforms into a mesmerizing spectacle after sunset.

Day 4 – Mysore to Coorg – 160 Kms
After exploring Mysore, we will ride towards Coorg. Nestled in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, Coorg, also known as Kodagu, is a picturesque hill station renowned for its lush landscapes, coffee plantations, and cultural richness. The region, often referred to as the “Scotland of India,” captivates visitors with its mist-covered hills. Enroute we will visit Bylakuppe Monastery:
Tucked away in the serene hills of Coorg is the Tibetan settlement of Bylakuppe, home to one of the largest Tibetan exile communities in India. The highlight of this settlement is the Namdroling Monastery, also known as the Golden Temple, a spiritual haven that transports visitors to the heart of Tibetan Buddhism.

Day 5 – Coorg – Belur – Halebeedu -Chkkamagalur- 180Kms
Today we will ride towards Chikamagalur, before that we will explore Belur & Halebeedu temples. Belur, often referred to as the “Banaras of the South,” is home to the Chennakesava Temple, an architectural marvel that took over a century to complete. Dedicated to Lord Chennakesava, a form of Lord Vishnu, the temple is a breathtaking symphony of intricate carvings, ornate pillars, and beautifully detailed sculptures. A short distance from Belur lies Halebeedu, a town renowned for the Hoysaleswara Temple, another masterpiece of Hoysala architecture. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Hoysaleswara Temple is known for its intricate sculptures, particularly on the outer walls, narrating stories from the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and various mythological tales.

Day 6 -Explore Chikkamagalur – 80 Kms Nestled amidst the misty hills of the Western Ghats, Chikmagalur is a tranquil haven in Karnataka known for its lush green landscapes, sprawling coffee plantations, and serene ambience.
The Baba Budangiri Hills, named after the revered Sufi saint Baba Budan, form a part of the Western Ghats and stand tall as a symbol of religious significance and natural beauty. These hills are known for their ancient cave temples and the shrine dedicated to Baba Budan, attracting pilgrims and trekkers alike.
Towering at an elevation of about 6,330 feet, the peak offers breathtaking views of the Western Ghats and the verdant valleys below. The trek to Mullayanagiri is a popular adventure, with well-defined trails leading to the summit.

Day 7 -Chikkamagalur to Chirradurga – 150 Kms.
Today we will ride towards the Ancient town Chitradurga. Chitradurga stands as a testament to the state’s rich historical and architectural heritage. Renowned for its colossal fort, intricate temples, and a blend of natural beauty, this city provides visitors with a glimpse into the cultural tapestry of Karnataka. The centerpiece of Chitradurga is its formidable fort, an architectural marvel that traces its origins back to the Chalukyan and Hoysala periods, reaching its zenith under the Vijayanagara Empire. The Chitradurga Fort is a massive complex of seven concentric walls, earning it the moniker “Yelu Suttina Kote” or “Fort with Seven Circles.” The fort’s strategic design, with impregnable bastions, secret passages, and watchtowers, reflects the military prowess of its builders. The Chandravalli caves, located on the outskirts of Chitradurga, provide an intriguing archaeological insight into the region’s ancient past. These caves, adorned with rock art and carvings, take visitors on a journey back in time, offering a glimpse into the lives of prehistoric inhabitants.

Day 8 : Chitradurga to Hampi – 170Kms
Today we will ride towards the world famous UNESCO heritage centre Hampi.
Nestled on the banks of the Tungabhadra River in the northern part of Karnataka, Hampi stands as a testament to the grandeur of the Vijayanagara Empire and the rich historical tapestry of India. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi is an archaeological treasure trove, offering visitors a journey through time with its magnificent ruins, sacred temples, and captivating landscapes. Vijayanagara Empire: The Glory of the Past Hampi was once the bustling capital of the Vijayanagara Empire, one of the most powerful and prosperous empires in South India during the 14th to 16th centuries. The city, adorned with grand temples, marketplaces, and palatial structures, flourished as a center of art, culture, and trade.

Day 9 – Explore Hampi – 80Kms
After riding 170kms today will leave our motorcycles at Hospet and explore Hampi via four wheels, after breakfast, we will meet our local guide who will take us to some important places in Hampi. Hampi is a UNESCO world heritage site situated at the banks of Tungabadra River. Once upon a time, Hampi is the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire, which is also called as one of the richest dynasties in ancient times. We will visit Vijaya Vittala Temple, this 15th-century temple considered one of the largest historical structures in Hampi. Then Virupaksha Temple, which is built during the 7th century and one of the oldest functional temples in India. After exploring some important temples we also visit Lotus temple, Hampi Bazar and other important ancient ruins of Hampi.

Day 10- Hampi to Bangalore – 350Kms. After exploring Hampi, we will start our return journey to Bangalore. we will take NH 8 to reach Bangalore. By evening we will reach.

Day 11: Departure from Bangalore.
After breakfast, we will drop you to the Bangalore airport towards your onward journey.


  • Royal Enfield 411cc Himalayan Adventure Motorcycle with Petrol for the entire trip as per the itinerary
  • One luxury Tempo Traveler – 12 seater for the passengers. (Please note Luggage will be carried on the same Vehicle)
  • Accommodation on Double/Twin sharing basis (As per the list Shared)
  • Breakfast and Dinner (Set Menu meals, Starts from Dinner on Day 1 at Bangalore and Ends with Breakfast on Day 11 at Bangalore)
  • 2 Ltrs of Packaged water bottle per day for each during the riding days
  • Dedicated Tour leader for the whole tour as per the itinerary(Food +
  • Bike+Petrol+Stay included)
  • Mechanic for the entire tour as per the itinerary(Food + Stay + Travel Included)
  • All parking , Tolls and road taxes for Bikes & Car
  • Airport transfer in Bangalore
  • GST @5% is Included in the package
  • All sightseeing fees and entrance fees to Monuments as per the itinerary
  • One English speaking local guide in Hampi , Chitradurga, Somanathapura, Belur & Halebeedu.


  • All your international and Domestic flight tickets
  • Visa charges
  • Medical or travel insurance
  • Alcohol, tips, room service or anything which is not mentioned in the above inclusions
  • Lunch or any other meals which are not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Cost of riding gears like Jacket, Boots, Riding Pants etc is not included

Skill Level
Road Conditions
90% Tarmac,10% Offroad
Months to Visit
Mid. October till Mid. March
Type of Food
Authentic South Indian & few Continental Cuisine
Terrain Information
Most of the day it will be a single lane track with lots of Turns & Twists, small villages, Ancient Temples, Historical Ruins, Beaches, Tiger Reserves, Coffee Plantations. Jungle roads, Hair pin curves and Hill station.