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Tired of Excessive Pollution? 7 Picturesque Cycling Tracks That You Will Love

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Tired of so much of pollution? Why not go pollution free by picking up your cycle and going off on these environment-friendly trips!

1. Kodaikanal

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Lake | Boating | Hill | Forest

HolidayIQ Reviewer Prakash Joy shares, “For me the most enjoyable part was the cycle ride along the lake. That was the most relaxing and enjoyable at your own pace.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Anuradha h says, “Cycles are given on rent at 50 rupees per half an hour. Local people said it is 5. 5 km ride around the lake, but I am not sure if it is so long. Overall a good place and you can buy sweetcorn, maize, raw mangoes, and bhel!Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Suresh Chandra adds, “We went on a bicycle ride where on hire cycles will be available.” Read Full Review

2. Bharatpur

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Bird | Sanctuary | Palace | National Park

HolidayIQ Reviewer Geeta Rajan adds, “It is one of the best bird parks in India....There are two ways of seeing it, either through cycles or cycle rickshaws. cycles are available for hire at a nominal cost outside the park.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer RINKY UPADHYAY says, “View from tower watch is amazing and evening sunset is magical.Read Full Review

3. Hampi

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Temple | Heritage | History | Architecture

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shilpz S shares, “One can spend the day roaming about on two-wheeler mopeds that as for hire for 250/- per day or cycles for about 50/- All the sites of monuments are motorable or cyclable if you are fit enough for it. Sunrise atop the Matanga and sunset at the Hemkuta are two activities wherein you would lose track of time. Do it!Read Full Review

4. Pondicherry

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Beach | Sea | Peaceful | Temple

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sona Yadav adds, “It's a perfect destination for a long weekend break to relax and walk everywhere. For the longer travails, there are options of hiring bikes and cycles.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Anand Bose shares, “Open spaces, green trees, foreign nationals people on cycles. The experience is just out of this world and a must visit for each and every person on this earth before he/she dies.” Read Full Review

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5. Udaipur

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Lake | Palace | Temple | Boating

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq says, “Morris and many other cars and luxurious horse carts are also the part of this Museum. Apart these solar cycle and tricycles are signifying the awareness and interest to have the pollution free environment.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shabbir Sadriwala says, “The place is very cultural and the heritage lives in its niches & corners. Personally, I liked to ride a cycle on the lakeside and enjoyed it a lot.Read Full Review

6. Havelock Island

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Archi Banerjee says, “The width of the island where it is widest is 5 km. You can hire a cycle and take a tour of the entire island, the best thing is most of the places you can see blue water on both your sides. The Howrah bridge, a natural coral bridge is a must watch so is the Sunset point, where everyone gathers in the evening to watch the wonderful sunset.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Aditya Agrawal adds, “You can visit here by taxi, bike or cycle on rent from your hotel at Havelock. The sea is very much calm here and the beach is also very clean.Read Full Review

7. Hospet

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Tirthankar Maiti shares, “It's amazing. Don't need to buy too much water, you will get water in each and every place. If you are sure you can complete the trip on a cycle then go for it. Cost INR 100-150 for normal, with gear, will come in INR 200. ...Explore the Virupaksha Temple and Tungabhadra river, can go to the other side of the river if you want. Explore the Sugriva's cave, Vitthala Temple.Read Full Review

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