LEH LADAKH BIKE TRIP 2018
Leh Ladakh Bike Trip 2018 – Enjoy bike rides on the tricky roads of Leh Ladakh. Relish delicious Ladakhi cuisines. Drive across Baralacha Pass, Rohtang Pass, Chang la and Tanglang La.
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Day 1) Arrive Manali From Delhi/Chandigarh(By Bus)
On arrival in Manali after a long travel from Delhi, check-in to the allotted hotel and relax after a traveling a long distance and after some time start packing your bags for the next morning which will start with your journey to jispa.
Day 2) Manali – Jispa (150 km)
Next day morning start your day with the delectable breakfast and start your journey. Begin your bike ride to Rohtang Pass which is 3978 meters away from your current location and is the doorway to your trip. The hazardous roads and unpredictable weather conditions can make you pay off. After completing the long journey, you will pass through the Lahaul valley. Lahaul which is crowned with snow all around gives you the glance of mountains. After that move towards Jispa valley which is your stop for the day. Enjoy a mouth-watering dinner in the serene beauty of mountains further enjoy the quality and delicious food like Steamed momos and thupka which are served at your expenses as these are not included in your travel package being named as the traditional items of the region. Enjoy your food and take rest in your hotel room after a long tiring day.
Day 3) Jispa – Sarchu (120 km)
Next day you will start your trip to the next beautiful destination, Sarchu. After you left Jispa behind, you will slowly enter into the Himalayan landscape. Enjoy the view at Baralachha Pass (5,000), on the way of your ride to Sarchu. After reaching the location, get to the Srachu camp and relax after a long ride. Yes, you need to intake lots of water as high intake of fluids will keep you away from the mountain sickness.
Day 4) Sarchu – Leh (ride 215 km)
This is another laborious day that will start with appetizing morning breakfast. Today to get into the mountain horizon you have to steer your bike through flatlands and will ride through the Tanglang-La Pass. This pass is the highest mountain pass in Ladakh region which ensure you with the well-maintained road on all the way to Leh. On the way, you can give the small visit to monasteries like Thiksey and Shey, as these monasteries which are located at the top are the magnetism of your tour that will definitely make your day. After your long day travel enjoys your arrival at the hotel within the borders of Changspa in Leh. Spend the meantime while hunting for the local places and at night after enjoy your dinner and take rest in your cozy rooms.
Day 5) Khardungla Pass (Leh) Most Famous Place – Nubra Valley
As this is the fifth day of your adventurous tour but you will be still at your highest energy level after a visit to the one among the world highest motor able Pass that is Khardungla Pass which is located at height of 18,360 feet. After a visit to pass, in an afternoon you can explore the beautiful town of Leh and its astounding attractions. At an evening return to your hotel, enjoy your dinner and take rest.
Day 6 Leh) – Pangong Lake (ride 150 km)
The sixth day will cover your visit to Pangong Lake. Famous for being the one of the biggest salt lake in Asia this is one of the most admired and effectual charms of Ladakh that attracts the number of tourists. After spending some quality time at Lake, step towards Chang La and military stop at Tangse. After the whole day of tiredness enjoy your dinner and rest in your hotel room.
Day 7 ) Pangong – Leh (ride 150 km)
After finish, your breakfast, move towards the attractive Leh Bazaar that irresistibly draws your attention. Shop at bazaars and enjoy your visit to Shanti Stupa, Indus valley, and Zaskar range. After a long day fun a way back to your hotel that waits for you with luscious dinner.
Day 8) Leh – Sarchu (ride 216 km)
Bid adieu to Leh and start your ride. En-route, you’ll see Pang, a scenic spot in Ladakh’s landscape. After that, a stop at Srachu, that sprawl within the middle of the two wonderful destinations, Manali and Leh. Enjoy a comfortable stay within the camp.
Day 9) Sarchu – Manali (ride 216 km)
Early morning, start your adventurous drive through the Sarchu plains and outstretch to the Baralaccha plain till noon. While crossing the Lahaul range enjoy the irresistible beauty of mountains and reach the Rohtang Pass, where while crossing the Minnie barriers of river mud you will reach Manali. Enjoy your dinner and stay at the hotel.
Day 10) Manali (Departure)
This is the last day of your daring and happening trip. We bid a farewell with the most amazing and lifetime memories that you collect in Leh and Ladakh.
- All hotel, guesthouse and camping charges in Himachal and Ladakh, twin sharing basis.
- We will provide 350cc Royal Enfield’s for riders, tour leader, and tour guide.
- Avails you with the mechanic which helps in time of an emergency..
- To ensure your security in case of emergency we avail you with first aid kit and Helmets.
- Stay at Hotels with breakfast & dinner is included in the package.
- While traveling from Delhi – Manali – Delhi travelers have to pay Bus fare @ INR 1200 per person / per way.
- Tour leaders will collect a kitty to pay for all these expenses.
- Alcohol and other beverages are not provided you in the package.
- Petrol – all bike riders will be expected to pay their own fuel bills at petrol stations. The range of petrol cost minimum 3,000 Rs. and maximum 4,000.
- Travelers need to carry their own Gloves, jackets, boots, strap.
- ON SPOT Security(Refundable)
1) 10 days tour @ 27,999 per person ( Get Special Discount after registration)
one royal Enfield 350cc
Pillion Rider @ 15,999 ( 22,000/ Couple)
Accommodation with breakfast and dinner
2) 8 days tour @ 10,999 per person
one royal Enfield 350cc
3) If you have your own Bike price will be @ 16,999 per person ( Get Special Discount after registration)
LEH LADAKH BIKE TRIP