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Kashyapi Iyer

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No other place in the world is as beautiful as Ladakh and I have experienced it directly with my bike trip to Leh from Manali. Wonderful colours are mi...

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Mohana Arora

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This package was showing a low price range compared to many other packages giving the same itinerary. Though it was comparatively cheaper, we tried to ...

Overview

About the Destination:

For the Delhites, it might be a dream to take that Leh Ladakh bike trip package from Delhi. Ladakh has been luring travellers from far and wide. Favored with an intriguing scene and shocking sights, Ladakh is a goal that requires a great measure of time to get investigated. Best of Ladakh is an all-around arranged visit bundle visit taking you to the prime goals and attractions of this place. Enjoy the peacefulness, appreciate the flawless sights, investigate the religious communities and lakes, savour lavish nearby cooking and the sky is the limit from there. This destination will definitely make you want to explore it more and more.  

There is a lot of lehladakh bike trip package from Delhi which gives you the best experience of this destination. You get the chance to investigate enchanting spots, lakes, castles, markets, valleys and religious communities at Leh, Indus valley, Nimu Valley, Pangong, and Nubra valley. A portion of the features of the visit is Shey Palace, Hemis religious community, Pangong Lake, Hunder Sand Dunes, shopping at Leh bazaars, and driving on Khardunga La. 

Get ready to explore the best feature of this region during this memorable trip. Right from gompas to the exciting momos, the superabundance of attractions to visit influences this city to make it paradise on earth. It is said that lone in Ladakh can a man sitting in the sun with his feet in the shade experience the ill effects of sunstroke and frostbite in the meantime.

About the Activity/ Tour:

Leh Ladakh bike trip package from Delhi allows you to explore the best part of this region. This magnificent bike ride for eight days takes you through some of the majestic beauty of the region. Marvel at the sight of the region as you take your ride through the barren lands. Starting from Manali, this bike ride will take you across Lahaul valley passing along the bewitching villages of Keylong and Jispa. In the evening, you will reach Sarchu following which you will be checking in to your camps and staying overnight in tents. Next day, you will continue your journey from Sarchu to Leh and en route you will come across the famous Gata Loops. On the way to Leh, you will be able to see three lofty passes: Lachung La, Nakee La, Taglang La. 

You will be hovering around 250 km with a mixture of road conditions. On your third day, you will be covering Shanti Stupa, Hall of Fame; Magnetic Hill, the Zanskar Confluence and the local markets are some of the refreshing sights to capture. As you keep continuing your ride, you will come across the most challenging roads. Passing through the highest motorable path, Khardungla Pass is another great highlight of this trip. Get a chance to explore the famous Nubra Valley where nature gets replenished regularly and then witness the rustic natives and the Dikshit Monastery. Enjoy the double-humped camel ride in Hundar Sand Dunes and then head out for the Panging Tso Lake. 

En route you will pass the enticing Chang Thang valley, your road conditions will be a difficult one and cover a distance of 156 km. On your seventh day, you will gear up for Sarchu and reach there by the evening. During this trip, you will also get a chance to camp under the clear night sky. Meet the friendly people of this region and also enjoy a chat with your newly made friends here. Conclude this tour on the eighth day, once you reach Manali and then back to Delhi. Lehladakh bike trip package from Delhi definitely the best for the ones who are looking for some adventure.

There are multiple departures in the month of June, July, August and September for Ladakh rides. The trip can also be customized for the groups (min group size 10) as per their dates and destinations to be covered.

  • There are 2 different variants for this bike ride:
  • Manali – Ladakh – Manali:
  • SELF BIKE:
  • 2 Person on 1 Bike: Rs 18,900/-
  • 1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 19,900/-
  • RENTED BIKE:
  • 2 person on 1 Bike: Rs 27,450/-
  • 1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 36,450/-
  • Seat in Cab: Rs 29,900/-
  • Delhi Ladakh Delhi:
  • SELF BIKE:
  • 2 Person on 1 Bike: Rs 26,900/-
  • 1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 27,900/-
  • RENTED BIKE:
  • 2 person on 1 Bike: Rs 34,450/-
  • 1 person on 1 Bike: Rs 42,450/-
  • Seat in Cab: Rs 34,900/-
  • *Service Tax of 9% applicable on above cost.


  • High Altitude Passes Covered: Khardung La, Taglang La, Chang La, Zozi La, Baralacha La, Rohtang La, Fotu La, Namik La, Lachung La, Nakee La
  • Destinations: Leh, Nubra, Diskit, Turtuk, Pangong Tso, Magnetic Hill, Kargil, Drass, Pang, Sarchu, Jispa, Keylong, Srinagar, Manali, Jammu

Itinerary

  • Day 1 - Manali – Jispa – Sarchu

    If you reach Manali, then start riding early morning to reach Sarchu. En route ride across Lahaul valley passing along the bewitching villages of Keylong and Jispa.

    Prepare yourself to conquer the two risky yet exciting passes en route: Rohtang La and Baralacha La today.

    In the evening, you will reach Sarchu following which you will be checking in to your camps and staying overnight in tents.

    Distance: 225 KM, Road Conditions: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading), Difficulty Level: Moderate

  • Day 2 - Sarchu - Pang - Leh

    You are going to Leh today and start riding after breakfast.

    You will be intimidated by the Gata Loops today but promise you, this is going to be really exciting.

    Head towards Pang Village and you are on the More Plains, an amazing stretch of Tarmac Road amidst the bewitching landscape.

    On the way to Leh, you will be able to see three lofty passes: Lachung La, Nakee La, Taglang La.

    By evening you will reach Leh, check in and relax.

    Distance: 250 KM, Road Conditions: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading), Difficulty Level: Moderate

  • Day 3 - Rest Day

    Spend the day at your leisure, head out to see the mesmerising town of Leh and the monasteries.

    Shanti Stupa, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill, the Zanskar Confluence and the local markets are some of the refreshing sights to capture.

    Relax at your hotel after returning.

  • Day 4 - Leh- Khardung La - Nubra

    You are going to get the most challenging tracks today as you move to negotiate with the mighty Khardung La Pass standing tall at a height of 18380 feet.

    After the duel with Khardung La, reach Nubra Valley where nature gets replenished regularly.

    Stay overnight in the high altitude village and witness the rustic natives.

    Stroll around the village and then visit Diskit Monastery.

    Enjoy the double humped camel ride in Hundar Sand Dunes and return to the stay.

    Have a peaceful night amidst the astounding nature.

    Distance: 126 KM: Road Conditions: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading), Difficulty Level:Moderate

  • Day 5 - Nubra- Shyok- Pangong Tso

    Embark on a challenging ride before you reach the ever-beautiful Pangong Tso via Shyok valley, the road less tamed.

    The off-roading route will try your stamina very well but the lake promises you the best views of it.

    Ride along the Shyok River and cross the river bed several times.

    The lake has the ability to change its colour four or five times a day.

    Camp near the lake and have a good time.

    Distance: 175 KM, Road Conditions: Off Roading, Difficulty Level: Challenging

  • Day 6 - Pangong Tso- Chang La- Leh

    From Pangong Tso return to Leh. Cross the enticing Chang Thang valley en route.

    Reach Leh and relax/take a tour of the Leh city for the final time.

    Distance: 156 KM, Road Conditions: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading), Difficulty Level: Difficult

  • Day 7 - Leh- More Plains -Sarchu

    Have a hot breakfast and gear up to reach Sarchu by evening.

    At the campsite, take rest.

    Distance: 250 KM, Road Conditions: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading), Difficulty Level: Moderate

  • Day 8 - Sarchu- Manali

    Bid farewell to Sarchu and ride back to Manali.

    Distance: 225 KM, Road Conditions: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading), Difficulty Level: Moderate

Stay

    7
  • Guesthouses/hotels on twin/triple sharing basis
  • 7
  • Tents on Double or triple sharing basis

Meal

    7
  • Breakfast, dinner on all days (Veg Meals)
  • 7
  • Coffee/Tea twice on all days

Activity

    7
  • Bike ride
  • 7
  • Sightseeing

Other Inclusions

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  • Road Captains with experience in riding in high altitudes and Himalayas
  • 7
  • Royal Enfield trained specialist mechanic
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  • First aid and group health medical kits and Oxygen Cylinder
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  • Back Up vehicle to carry central equipment

Things To Carry

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  • Vehicle registration certificate
  • 7
  • Pollution under control certificate
  • 7
  • Insurance of vehicle
  • 7
  • Driving License
  • 7
  • Voter ID card/ Aadhar Card/ Passport
  • 7
  • Passport size photographs (4)
  • 7
  • Emergency contact details

Advisory

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  • Wear Riding shoes till your ankles.
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  • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes are different from plain areas.
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  • Do not over exert yourself as it may lead to breathlessness.
  • 7
  • All riders should wear full covered Helmet. Half covered helmets are not allowed.
  • 7
  • Riders should wear proper protective riding gear.
  • 7
  • Follow the instructions of Road Captains.
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  • Wear proper mouth protection to avoid the dust and wind.
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  • Avoid using earphones, as you might not be able to follow up the instructions from the road captains.
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  • Consumption of alcohol/drugs during the bike ride is strictly prohibited.
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  • The ride takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not litter the local sites or campsites.

Tour Type

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  • This is a group tour

Cancellation Policy

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  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • 7
  • If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • 7
  • If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • 7
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

Refund Policy

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  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days

Confirmation Policy

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  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
  • 7
  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking and a full refund will be processed.
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    Story by Kashyapi Iyer

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    No other place in the world is as beautiful as Ladakh and I have experienced it directly with my bike trip to Leh from Manali. Wonderful colours are mixed in the right proportion at regular intervals. Some are green, some are red and some are blue. Each place in Ladakh is worth visiting and you would be getting the best realization about yourself here. We will be scaling so low in front of the huge nature with so many attractions arranged in a line of asymmetry. I was thinking that I was riding my bike in heaven when I climbed around 18000 feet height. It was a cherish-able moment at Khardung La. The magnetic hills and the Pangong Lake surprise me very much. The mountains are continuously following you everywhere you go. They are the most beautiful elements of nature in Ladakh. It was a nice bike trip with my friends.

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    Story by Mohana Arora

     Rated : 5.0

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    This package was showing a low price range compared to many other packages giving the same itinerary. Though it was comparatively cheaper, we tried to cut the cost even more by taking our own bikes. On the first day of the trip, there was an orientation programme by the guides and the lead operator at Manali and the coordination was commendable. A backup vehicle was accompanying the group filled with food stuff, our bags, sleeping equipment and what not. There was a cook, Chotu from Himachal and Raheem our guide and they were coming in another bike. I really enjoyed my bike trip and one thing done from bucketlist.

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    Story by Bhushan Deshpande

     Rated : 5.0

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    On this bike trip from Manali, we rode around 2500 kilometers in Royal Enfield Classic through rough roads, smooth roads curves and steeps, mud roads, and river bed roads and there was not a single injury happened to our bikes or us. Positives about the trip: a. Good operator, they were really experienced and had a great ability to plan the itinerary suiting our characters and requirements. b. Accommodation was in hotels they had tie up with, so we got more attention and help from the staff. c. We got the package on a discount, so our preplanned budget was rightly fit into the trip. d. Food was fine, veggies most of the time but tasty and different items were there. e. The places were nice and photographic especially, Pangong Tso, Chang La and Nubra Valley. f. The old buildings, monasteries, barren landscapes, markets were a nice sight to watch. Negatives about the trip: a. We had to travel a lot to find ATMs to get cash for small purchasing en route and outside Leh city. b. Most of the routes were empty and without shops. It was tough to find toilets also on the way. After Leh, we had to travel a lot to find another place to use the toilet for girls.

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    Story by Chandra Dutta

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    We a group of three friends along with our wives went for a bike trip to Ladakh in August 2016. It was a great trip for all of us. We hired Royal Enfield bikes from Manali and we had a fantastic team of riders came with us. I think, bike ride is the best way to explore the high altitudes of Ladakh and to see the beauty of every point clearly. a. The best service from the tour operators b. The nature was good and it looked rough and dry not green. c. It is a vast place and one week trip would not be enough to cover the best portions located remotely. d. Pangong Tso and Nubra Valley and Khardung La are must visit places. e. Wildlife can be seen en route and numerous flora as well. f. Best accommodation and food and an experienced team of riders. g. You can blindly choose a bike trip to Ladakh for your next holiday.

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