It was the dawn of the Great Mughal Empire that horses were first integrated into everybody life in India and since then riding has been a major means of transport .The fearsome Rajputs , as they stampeded across the plains and mountain passes , depended on the fleetness of their horses of success in battle . They spend years trying to breed superior horses , hoping to outdo their rivals and eventually enabling them to conquer much of the Subcontinent . This rivalry lives on today in the form of fierce competitions at annually held cattle ” fairs ‘ ; on the glamorous polo fields of Rajasthan ; and on India’s thriving race – tracks .the Rajput’s swiftest horses were bred in Mewar , Marwar and Kathiwar and still maintain their reputation of superiority today . Travelling on horseback is the best possible way to see the countryside as you journey unhurriedly and through desert forest , small oases and tribal lands ; through rolling hills and rural villages ; or through forested foothills . The scenery encountered on each journey varies enormously and the suggested routes can be shortened or lengthened to suit your requirements . For more information about these itineraries please contact us .
Best Time : Mid October to Mid March
Highest Point : Brijganga Pass ( 4878mts)
Focus : Forts, Wildlife , Temples , Monuments, People & Village
Highlights : Horse riding .
Physical Challenge : Riding experience is desirable .