Day 1- From Delhi/Chandigarh arrive Manali (By Bus)
Upon your arrival in Manali to ladakh, after a long trip from Delhi, start your journey in Sarchu and relax after a long trip; pack your bags the next morning.
Day 2- Manali – Sarchu (221 km)
Start your day with your delicious breakfast next morning and begin your journey. Start your bike ride to Rohtang Pass, 3978 meters from your current location which is the entrance to your journey. Dangerous roads and unpredictable weather can make you reward. You pass through the Lahaul valley after the long journey. The snow-covered Lahaul gives you the look of the mountains. You will slowly enter the Himalayan countryside, after leaving Jispa.
Go on your way to Sarchu, enjoy the views of Baralachha Pass (5000). When you reach the site, come to the Srachu camp and relax after a long journey. Yeah, as high intake of liquids keep you away from mountain conditions, you must consume plenty of water.
Day 3- Sarchu – Leh (ride 215 km)
This is another difficult day that begins with a delicious breakfast in the morning. You must now drive your bike across flatlands and cross the Tanglang-La Pass to the mountain horizon. This pass is Ladakh’s highest mountain pass that guarantees you the well-maintained road to Leh. On the way, the monastery of Thiksey and Shey is a short visit, since the monasteries at the top are definitely the magnetism of your tour. You will be able to arrive at the hotel on the edge of Changspa in Leh after your long day of travel. Enjoy your dinner and have fun in your comfortable rooms during the hunt for local places and at night.
Day 4- The most famous Place – Nubra Valley – Khardungla Pass (Leh)
As this is your fourth day of adventure, but after visiting the world’s highest-powered motor pass, Khardungla Pass, located at 18,360 meters high, you’ll still be at the highest energy level. After a visit, you can explore Nubra Valley’s beautiful town and its amazing attractions in the afternoon. Enjoy dinner and take a break in the evening back to your hotel.
Day 5 – Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake (ride 150 km)
Your visit to Pangong Lake will cover the fifth day. Known for being one of Asia’s largest salt lakes, this is one of Ladakh’s most famous and effective tourist charm. After a while at Lake, step to Chang La, and stop at Tangse. Afterward. Enjoy dinner and rest in your hotel room after the whole day of tiredness.
6th Day – Leh, Pangong (ride 150 km)
Upon finishing your breakfast, go to the attractive Leh Bazaar which draws your attention irresistibly. Shop at the bazaars and discover Shanti Stupa Valley, Indus Valley, and Zaskar. Following a long day, have fun returning to your hotel and having a good dinner.
Day 7– Leh – Sarchu (ride 216 km)
Goodbye to Leh and begin your journey. On the way to the Ladakh Landscape, you will see Pang, a scenic spot. After that, you will stop at Srachu, which stretches in the middle of Manali and Leh, two wonderful places. Experience a comfortable camp stay.
Day 8– Sarchu – Manali (ride 216 km)
Goodbye to Leh and begin your journey. On the way to the Ladakh honeymoon Landscape, you will see Pang, a scenic spot. After that, you will stop at Srachu, which stretches in the middle of Manali and Leh, two wonderful places. Experience a comfortable camp stay.
Day 9– Manali
This is the last day of your audacious journey. In Leh and Ladakh, we are delighting in the most amazing and lifetime souvenirs you gather.
- All hotel, bed and breakfast, and camping fees in Himachal and Ladakh.
- 350cc Royal Enfield’s will be supplied with baggage carrier, tour guide and tour guide, for riders.
- Get the mechanic to assist you in an emergency.
- We have a first aid kit and helmets to ensure your safety in the event of an emergency.
- The package includes a stay at hotels with breakfast & dinner.
- permission from Rohtang
- Permission from Nubra and Pangong Lake
- Travelers must pay a bus fare @INR1200 per person per route while traveling from Dilhi – Manali – Delhi.
- To pay all these costs, Tour leaders will collect a kitty.
- The package does not contain alcohol and other beverages.
- Tanker – all cyclists will pay their own fuel bills at gas stations. The petrol range costs at least 3000 Rs and at most 4000 Rs.
- Traveling gloves and jackets, boots, strap must be worn by travelers.
SPOT Security 10,000/bike (Refundable)