Cycle past village life in a slow lane. The routes go through villages and life is at a very slow pace. People are curious and want to know all about you. Rides are along the backwaters of Kabini, through village roads, mud tracks and at times through forests.

People are either farming or grazing cows or sheep. Pass through several tribal colonies and ponder over the difficult lives of the tribes living in a settlement after having spent years as nomads in the forest.

Stop for a tea break in a village tea stall and have some interesting snacks with a whole village watching you, have a dip in a pond or climb on to a Machan house – all these areas are along the edge of the forest. Residents keep watch from these machans to guard their crops and ward off marauding elephants and other wild animals.(For further details contact Reservations)

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