Motorcycle Touring in Southern India. Are you contemplating Motorcycle Adventure Touring in Southern India? Shall we see what’s available? Let’s explore the possibilities with MotorDreamer’s Motorcycle Touring in Southern India? Over 20% of the total Indian population reside in Southern India. They share a whopping 19.31% of India’s overall landmass. In comparison, you may have […]
Motorcycling Adventures in Mother Russia. Now your juices must be flowing, anticipating what you are going to discover with this MotoDreamer article. If it’s epic riding, you’re after? Russia has it in spades. It is the world’s largest country after all! Whatever you hope to experience in your travels, chances are, Russia has what you’re […]
Seeing the world by motorcycle gives you a completely different perspective on travel. With no physical barrier between you and the world around you, there’s a sense of absolute freedom, and an intimate connection with the landscape that only motorcycle touring can achieve.
Mystical, mythical mysterious Tibet.
This enchanting land, home to the holiest temples and the mightiest mountain peaks is considered one of the final frontiers of motorcycle touring.
Access isn’t easy. If you’re a foreigner, independent travel in China’s Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is strictly forbidden.
If you sign up to a motorcycle tour of Russia with MotoDreamer, your first day starts with a tour guide meet and greet, who’ll give you a run down on Russian customs, rules and other advice to make your interactions with the locals a much more pleasant experience.
One of the most beautiful cities in Europe DID YOU KNOW? The historical city centre of Saint Petersburg and its related monuments have been designated as World Heritage sites by UNESCO since 1991 The city has one of the deepest metros systems in the world – on average, the stations are situated 60-70m underground. Proletarskaya metro station […]
The first time I took off on a two-week adventure ride through Northern Thailand (my first long-distance ride anywhere in the world), I carried two travel guides with me.
Naturally, I lugged around that brick-in-a-backpack, the Lonely Planet, religiously. But my real bible turned out to be tiny enough to slip into a motorcycle jacket pocket.