An Interview with Yogesh and Rajni

#1 Who are you and What got you into traveling?

We, the Couple On Bike (Yogesh & Rajni) are bloggers by profession and bikers by choice. We both share the same passion for travelling. We started travelling randomly by going on a small bike ride to Sariska in Rajasthan and the bug bit us hard and our love for has kept us going. Wish for more travel.

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#2 What is your favourite Himalayan destination and Why ?

Lahual Spiti! It is one of the most adventurous places in India where we spent 15 days and loved each and every thing about the place. From snow-peaked mountains to small water streams, waterfalls, pin bend turns, pathways where there are actually no roads, adventure and much more. Infact, Spiti is a complete package where you get to witness beautiful landscapes and get the adrenal rush simultaneously. 

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Chitkul in Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh is the last village of Indo-Tibetan border. The scenic beauty of the place promises to leave the spectators spellbound. It's around 28km from Sangla and the route is incomparably mesmerizing. Every now and then you wish to stop by and capture the beautiful nature in your lens which actually is not possible, still we tried to click some pictures. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Its such a beautiful place that you actually don't want the journey to end but the moment you reach Chitkul you are sure to be more amazed; calmness of the place adds to its beauty. We are so much in love with the place. • • • • #coupleonbike #bike #ride #rideout #bikelife #motorcycles #biker #instabike #instamotor #motorbike #instamotorcycle #instamoto #instamotogallery #travel #traveling #travelcouple #mytravelgram #instatravel #travelgram #landscape_lovers #himachal #himachalpictures #kinnaur #travelblogger #snow #himachalpradesh #river #valleyview #mountains #travelblog

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#3 What sort of a traveler are you ?

We are not much into luxury travels instead we prefer to camp wherever possible, stay with the locals, know about their culture and lifestyle. Moreover, we prefer having simple local food at some dhaba and big fancy delicacies at huge restaurants are a big no no.

#4 What’s your best and worst experience in the Himalayas ?

Best experience: We are more of mountain people and every trip we take to Himalayas is best experience. To list down one, during our trip to Chandratal in October 2016, we were riding to reach our destination and it started snowing. Can’t describe the experience in words but it was indeed worth it. 

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Posing with the bike and getting clicked is one of the best thing and you feel like you are on cloud nine. This shot is taken at Sadhupul, Himachal Pradesh where we stopped by during our Lahaul Spiti Ride. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Cool weather made our day and we kept clicking the pictures in the quest to capture the moments in our lens. It's actually one of our favourite click. • • • #coupleonbike #bike #ride #rideout #bikelife #motorcycles #biker #instabike #instamotor #motorbike #instamotorcycle #instamoto #instamotogallery #travelcouple #travelpics #travel #traveling #instatravel #mytravelgram #himachal #himachalpradesh #himachalpictures #poses #posers #shimla #shimlalife #himachali #royalenfield #royalenfieldbeasts #himachaldiaries

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Worst experience: There is no experience that we categorise as the worst one but whilst we were there enjoying the beauty Chandratal lake in Lahual Spiti, we were not able to breathe properly and somehow to avoid any consequences of staying there for long, we decided to head back. We so wanted to stay back for a while but we couldn’t.


#5 What tip would you like to give to fellow travellers?

One and the foremost tip would be, to travel safely and responsibly. 
Safely for the fact that you’ve got one life, don’t do anything that can hinder you to follow your travel passion. 
By Responsibly we mean, not to do anything of the sort that can cause harm to the locals or environment.

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When you are in the mountains, you get to witness the clear sky during day and night time. This is one of our favourite pictures in which there is a clear sky and mountains around. • • The sky is so clear that is not easy to find in cities so we thought to focus on sky and make everything monochrome. How did you all like the picture? • • • • #coupleonbike #travelblogger #travelcouple #bike #ride #rideout #bikelife #bikersofinstagram #motorcycles #instamotor #motorbike #instamotorcycle #instamoto #instamotogallery #riding #biker #travelpics #travelogger #traveltheworld #igtravel #traveladdict #travelblog #traveltheworld #mytravelgram #spiti #spitivalley #mountains #himachalpradesh #himachal #mountains

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9 Replies to “High on Himalayas Interviews the Couple On Bike”

  1. I’ve been reading interviews of so many travelers on your page since few weeks. Especially like the one of these couple. It really touched my heart and I wish them more and more travels in future.

  2. I have enjoyed getting to know Yogesh and Rajni via this interview. I also enjoy learning about the culture and lifestyle anywhere I travel. As far as food, I go to both extremes.

  3. Such great adventures. The freedom it allows the traveller and you can see the joy on their faces. Thanks for sharing their travel tales.

  4. It was really neat to read about this couple who travels on their bikes! That would be such a fun way to explore. I enjoyed reading about how they like to camp and experience local culture. I also enjoy traveling this way!

  5. This is an awesome interview! I admire their dedication to travel with their bike, its cheaper and convenient and not less hassle I supposed. They are both an inspiration!

  6. This was such an interesting interview. Lahual Spiti looks like a cool place to visit. I’ve only been to Mumbai in India so I’d love to explore more. It sounds like you can have some great adventures by motorbiking around

  7. First of all I envy both Yogesh and Rajini for this adventerous life they are living and travelling I would live to take s bike myself and travel but unfortunately can’t due to 2 little kids. I must say the spiti valley in the himalayas is unreal and no wonder they lived it as well. Thanks to you for sharing the adventures of people like this with a wider audience. Hope they can keep travelling and exploring.

  8. Any location within the Himalayan areas has been on my bucket list for so many years now and I can barely wait until I get the chance to do this. This interview only further fueled my lust as I found it awfully inspiring. I love cycling and find it to be an amazing way to experience the world. Camping has always been one of my favourite ways of traveling and I find it so relaxing to me smack in the middle of nature.

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