Overview: A Leh Ladakh bike trip is probably at the top of the wish list for every biker in India. The city of Leh, flanked on all sides by the Himalayas, is one of the most highly rated travel destinations across the world. But what makes it even better, is doing it by road.
The route is filled with barren mountain slopes of the Great Himalayan and Karakoram ranges, snow-clad peaks, monasteries, challenging roads, and other mesmerizing views that will compel you to stop for a picture on every turn. Riding a bike you feel helps you gain an adrenaline rush which is something to look forward to on this trip. Also, while traversing through the Rohtang Pass to reach Jispa, you will want to stop and click several pictures for its that beautiful. You will also pass some of the world’s highest passes like the Khardung La, Tang Lang La, Bara Lacha La, and so on.
While on your way to Sarchu, you will get to see the beautiful streams and this leads your way to Leh. When you are in Leh, take your time to appreciate the age-old Indo-Tibetan architecture. Also, have a look at the diverse terrains along with snow-capped mountain ranges.
Although the routes are open for tourists from May, a road trip to Leh can be hampered by road blockages due to heavy snowfall at Rohtang and Baralacha passes till early June. Also, there is a probability of roadblocks due to landslides during the monsoon in June which can cause unplanned delays on the ride.
Leh Ladakh Bike Trip is counted among the best adventure experiences in the Land of High Passes. The adventure of riding your bike through Ladakh calls for tourists from around the globe. The bike tour is truly one of the lifetime opportunities. Get ready to experience unforgettable memories with this well-planned itinerary.
Day 1: Delhi to Manali
Day 2: Manali Arrival. Group Briefing – Day at Leisure
Day 3: Manali to Jispa (138 km, 7 hrs of drive)
Day 4: Jispa to Pang
Day 5: Pang to Leh
Day 6: Leh to Nubra Valley crossing Khardungla Top
Day 7: Nubra to Pangong Lake (225 km, 6 hrs of drive)
Day 8: Pangong Lake to Tso- Moriri
Day 9: Tso- Moriri to Sarchu (260 km, 8 hrs of drive)
Day 10: Sarchu to Manali (230 km, 5 hrs of drive)
|Bike 350 cc Solo Rider
|₹ 40,000/- person
|Bike 500 cc Twin Sharing
|₹ 35,000/- person
Note- Exclusive of GST
- Delhi to Delhi ( Volvo from Delhi to Manali and return)
- Breakfast and Dinner during the entire trip. 16 meals in Total
- Accommodation on Twin/ Triple Sharing Basis
- Stay in the accommodation mentioned in the itinerary.
- Inner Line Permit for Nubra, Pangong and Tsomoriri
- Experienced Trip Leader.
- The trip leader will be having an Oxygen Cylinder and Medical Kit
- Experienced and adept driver with knowledge of local area and terrain
- Interstate tolls, parking, and fuel included
- Any expenses for optional activities or tickets, unless quoted in Inclusions.
- Insurance, Items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry, etc
- Any Entry Fees
- Any additional expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like cancellation/roadblocks/landslides/ strike or any other natural causes out of human control or any emergency evacuation expenses.
- Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
- Any Kind of Expense for Loss / Misplaced / Theft of personal belongings
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For travelers opting for Delhi to Delhi package. We start from Delhi around 7 pm from RK Ashram metro station or Majnu Ka tila.
Reach Manali and check in to the hotel. Meet the Trip lead at the Hotel.
Today is an acclimatization day as we start our journey to the Himalayas from tomorrow. The guests are free to explore the town of Manali but are advised to not exert themselves too much. Hadimba Temple, Local market, cafe hopping in Old Manali are few of the things that you can explore in Manali.
Bike Introduction if travelling by bike.
Overnight stay in Manali.
The total distance is 140km.The overall route is the combination of muddy roads, normal roads, water crossing ‘Rani Nallah’ and ‘Pagal Nallah’. After reaching Koksar till Jispa the road is good.
Will take break in ‘Koksar’ for lunch. Than by 3 pm we will reach Jispa. Jispa is at an altitude of 10,500 ft.
Night stay in campsite.
The total distance that you have to cover is 165 km. Pang is at an altitude of 15,280 ft. Accommodate in dormitories as in pang there is no options of Hotels. Today the alitiude is high for your stay so may be you can feel mountain sickness.
The distance is 117 km. Accommodate in Hotels.Taking Innerline permit for Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake.
The distance is 160 km. Khardung La Pass is world’s second heighest Pass with an altitude of 17,582 ft. Accommodate in Hotel. Nubra valley is at an altitude of 10,000ft.There you can visit Diskit Monastery and enjoy ‘Double Humped Camel” ride.
The distance is 170 km.Pangong lake is situated at an altitude of 14,270 ft.The lake is 5 km wide. During winters the lake freezes completely. After reaching Pangong your stay will be in campsite/homestay
After Breakfast, check out from the camps at Pangong & proceed for Tso Moriri Lake. Tso Moriri is another high altitude lake in the Ladakh region and comes under Tso Moriri wetland sanctuary
Mighty mountains, snow-capped peaks, lush green fields and the deep blue water stretching to the horizon, Tso Moriri offers it all.
Overnight stay at Guesthouse in Tso-Moriri.
After Breakfast at Hotel, we start our journey by 8:00 am, to reach Sarchu in due time. Enroute we will be crossing across Upshi, Tanglangla, Moore Plains and will finally arrive at Sarchu.
We will be traveling through the same route which we took on Day 3 while traveling from Jispa to Leh, so you will have more time to click pictures. Reach Sarchu by evening
Overnight stay at Sarchu.
After early Breakfast, we will start our journey to Manali from Sarchu & cross our last pass of the tour, Rohtang Pass. We cross Madi and finally arrive at Manali by 5 pm. Take overnight Volvo from Manali to Delhi