Leh Ladakh Bike Tour: Different route package


Every dedicated rider has a trip to Leh Ladakh hilly region on their wish list. The opening of roads occurs only a few months out of the year. The Manali-Leh highway connects the lower Himalayan region to the high-altitude Ladakh region. The three highest passes in the world are among the seven you will pass through on your excursion. The tour is jam-packed with incredible adventures that will captivate you. the allure of the broad road and the allure of the unknown. Over the next 12 days, there will be many changes in the climate, the environment, and the civilizations. When you view mountains covered with snow, as well as waterfalls, lakes, and deserts, you’ll think you’re in heaven. Consequently, take it easy and enjoy the view.


Day 1: Manali to Delhi

Volvo flight from Delhi to Manali

Day 2: Manali

Shop at nearby markets to take advantage of the day’s flexibility to indulge in leisurely activities.

Day 3: Jispa – Manali

You will go this morning to Jispa, 140 kilometers from Manali. By the time we reach Rohtang Pass (3,978 m), you will be speechless at the beauty of the Himalayas. As you bike through a stunning valley of thick vegetation, you will enjoy the most divine biking experience. After crossing our first mountain, you will continue riding following the Chandra river until you reach the Lahaul valley, where you will then arrive in Jispa in the late afternoon (3,200m).

Day 4: Jispa – Sarchu

Your vehicles will be fully charged when you go for Baralacha Pass in the morning (4900m). With the Zanskar Range, the high mountain pass known as Baralacha La is frequently always covered in snow. Early that evening, we’ll reach Sarchu (4300m). The vast plateau of Sarchu has a breathtaking, martian-like environment.

Day 5: Leh – Sarchu

Today will be a memorable day for all of you as we cross three passes, including the second-highest pass in the world. As soon as the sun rises, we get in the car. The Nakila and Lachungla Passes are reached by ascending through the 21 hairpin curves of the Gata Loop. You will stop for lunch and refreshments in the afternoon at Pang. You will also see 50 kilometers of flatlands before ascending to Tanglang La Pass, which is the second-highest motorable road pass in the world at 5328 meters. 

Day 6: Local Sightseeing in Leh

Today should be used to relax, explore, and enjoy Leh. You’ll visit Shanti Stupa and the nearby monasteries. The architecture and splendor of the Shanti Stupa are indescribable. Because of the elevation of Shanti Stupa, we can see the entire landscape of Leh Ladakh. You may stroll through Leh’s crowded bazaar at night.

Day 7: Nubra – Leh

Your first task today is to travel to the Khardungla Pass (5359m), which is 40 kilometers from Leh and is the highest motorable pass in the world. After that, we’ll enter the Nubra Valley. You’ll remain in the high-altitude desert area. The desert landscape, including the dunes, is breathtakingly beautiful. Keep in mind the Bactrian camel with two humps.

Day 8: Pangong to Nubra

In the morning, you will go to Pangong Lake. To go to the Shyok River, you‘ll keep traveling together on the Agham Shyok Road. On the route, you might have to cross some significant water. After a six-hour ride, you will arrive at Pangong Lake (4,250m), also known as Pangong Tso, which means high grassland lake. This area of India is unlike any other in terms of beauty. Its tranquillity, quietness, and seclusion give it a special charm. 60% of the lake’s 134 km in length and 5 km in width are in China. 

Day 9: Leh – Pangong

Your life’s most stunning morning will undoubtedly make you feel incredibly fortunate. You can swim in it if you have the courage. We’ll ride back to Leh in the early afternoon, passing across Changla Pass (5300m), the third-highest motorable pass in the world. The sharpest elevation and large water torrents of Changla Pass make it very challenging to cross.

Day 10: Jispa – Leh

Early in the morning, you should move toward the Leh-Manali highway. Because it will take 8 to 10 hours, the journey you must make today will be the longest. We’ll eat lunch in Pang and then move on to Manali.

Day 11: Delhi, Manali, and Jispa (overnight by Volvo)

It’s finally time to go back to where we left off today after dawn. Along the way, we’ll make stops at Sissu Lake and the magnificent waterfall known as Palam Dhara.

Tour packages 

Leh Ladakh tour packages are expensive. Cost of 30,000 using a Shared RE 350 CC Bike per Person

A single rider on a RE 350 CC motorcycle would pay 40,000.

When riding a bike, 22,000 This Person For RE 500 CC’s expedition has Manali as its starting and ending points. An additional payment of INR 2500 per person is necessary for RE Himalayan 410 CC: An Additional 3500 INR Per Person

Each bike requires a 5000 security deposit, which is refunded at the end of the journey.

Tips for the Travel

  • Carry a full-body raincoat or fully waterproof apparel with you for your bike tour.
  • Gumboots or any other water-resistant footwear. These are also available in Manali.
  • Two-wheeler driving permits
  • Inner warm garments and bulky winter gear.
  • To carry your electronics, use a small dry bag.
  • Waterproof gloves, sun protection eyewear, and sunscreen cream.
  • First aid kit, common cold, and fever medications, as well as painkillers.
  • Sweets and chocolates can help with high-altitude sickness.

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