Ladakh, the land of many passes, snow clad mountains and arid land is among the highest of the worlds inhabited plateaus. It lies at altitudes ranging from about 2,750 meters at Kargil to 7,672 meters at Saser Kangri in the Karakoram. The summer temperatures exceed up to 35 ° C, while in winter they may drop to -40 ° C in some high altitude areas.
1. Nine nights accommodation as per itinerary.
2. Daily breakfast at all places.
3. Transportation from Delhi to Delhi by . AC Indica incase of 2 pax traveling in budget and standard category of package.
4. All sightseeing and excursions as per itinerary by respective car as mentioned above.
5. All applicable taxes.
1. Any meals other than specified in above package inclusion.
2. Monuments entry fees, camera fees, Guide fees, entertainment fees.
3. Any expenses of personal nature.
4. Any other which is not mentioned in above package Inclusion.
5. Anything 3.09% Government service Tax.
Day 1 - Arrive in Manali
On reaching Manali, check-in to the hotel and relax till afternoon. Have your lunch and then leave for your motorbike ride. Go all the way riding on the Himalayan riding premier through the rough roads along the Kullu Valley. There are tricky bends and stretches on the road which will help you know the torque characteristics of the bike. Enjoy the ride to the beautiful Kullu Valley. Later, come back to the hotel and have a comfortable stay.
Day 2 - Manali – Jispa (150 km)
Wake up early this morning and then leave for a day full of adventure. So, you start the day with Rohtang Pass (3978 meters). This would really turn out to be a challenge as the roads you will bike through are really bad and the weather conditions are also uncertain. Further, you will get to face millions of people moving here and there to see the snow. Pass through the Lahaul Valley where there are mountains capped with snow all around. Enjoy mountain dinner of steamed momos and thukpa. Thukpa is a very famous traditional Himalayan soup which is made by mixing meat and vegetables.
Day 3 - Jispa – Pang (150 km)
Today, you will be leaving for the next destination, Pang. When you leave from Jispa, you will enter the Greater Himalayan landscape. While you are on this route, you will see that the mountains are bigger on this part of the highway. Enjoy the view and later cross the Baralachha Pass (5000 meters). From there, head towards Sarchu which forms the border line between Kashmir and Himachal. From there, reach the Pang camp. Pang is a place where you will witness a mix of different natural formations which are seen through the roads and sand. Relax for the rest of day and keep it high on fluids.
Day 4 - Pang – Leh (ride 150 km)
The 4th day comes with a lot of challenges as you will have to bike through flatland and get into the mountain-range-horizon. Cross the Tanglang-La Pass which is the second-highest motor able mountain pass in the world at the height of 5300 meters. After crossing this pass, you will have to bike through well-maintained roads all the way to Leh. En-route you will get to see the monasteries of Thiksey and Shey which are set on the top of a hill. Check-in at the hotel in the borders of Changspa. Spend evening chilling out at the place. Explore the culture and geography of Ladakh in the next few days.
Day 5 - Leh
Spend the whole day sightseeing at Leh. With a mixed population of Muslim and Buddhist, the place houses a large Masjid and a Tibetan Gompa. There are many eating joints at the central street which serve a wide variety of cuisines. This day, explore Leh on foot and visit the Old Fort which looks over the city. Spend the evening at any of the garden restaurants which are popular in this place.
Day 6 - Leh – Pangong Lake (ride 149 km)
Pay a visit to the Pangong Lake which is the largest brackish water lake in Asia. The 2/3rd portion of the lake lies in China. After this visit, you will cross the Chang La (5500 meters) and go forward to an army checkpoint at Tangs. Have a comfortable stay at night in the resort.
Day 7 - Pangong – Leh (ride 149 km)
Have your breakfast early in the morning and get ready to head towards Leh. This will be the last day at Leh, so explore Leh the whole day. Shop at bazaars and visit the Shanti Stupa which is a Buddhist white-dome huge structure which overlooks Changspa. Enjoy a great view of the Indus Valley and the Zanskar range and go colder to nature.
Day 8 - Leh – Sarchu (ride 215 km)
This day, you will get back to the biking track through which you reached Leh. En-route, you will see Pang and ride through to reach Sarchu. Sarchu lies in the middle of the two beautiful destinations, Manali and Leh. Have a comfortable stay at night in the camp.
Day 9 - Sarchu – Manali (ride 215 km)
In the morning, drive through the Sarchu plain and reach the Baralaccha plain till noon. Enjoy a smooth ride up the Lahaul ranges and reach Rohtang pass. Rohtang pass will come with a number of challenges with mini-rivers of mud. Have a comfortable stay at the hotel in Manali.
Day 10 - Manali to Delhi
This is the last day of the adventurous bike tour. Board the bus and leave for New Delhi to carry on the onward journey.
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Note : Above mentioned tour prices are on per person basis.