- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
- Trip Excludes
June: 12, 14, 22, 25
July: 02, 05, 12, 23
August: 02, 13, 23
Day 01: Trip starts from Kullu - Manali
Day 02: Manali -Rohtang Pass - Jipsa | 140 KMS | 8 hours
Day 03: Jispa - Sarchu | 90 KMS | 6 hours
Day 04: Sarchu - Leh | 253 KMS | 10 hours
Day 05: Leh
Day 06: Leh - Kardung La Pass - Nubra Valley | 120 KMS | 4-5 hours
Day 07: Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake | 150 KMS | 6-7 hours
Day 08: Pangong Lake - Leh | 150 KMS | 4-5 hours
Day 09: Leh
Day 10: Sarchu - Manali
Day 11: Manali and Departure to your destination
Kullu ManaliOnce you reach Manali, check in at the guest house. Rest for some time and get ready for an orientation process and tour briefing. After that, enjoy a relaxing nature walk to Hadimba Temple and Manu temple around Beas River. Hadimba Temple is truly one-of-a-kind, as it is dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of the mighty Bhima from the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Manu Temple located near river Beas is dedicated to sage Manu, the creator of the world. When you return, you will get a chance to ride your allotted bike for a trial run.
Manali -Rohtang Pass - Jipsa | 140 KMS | 8 hoursYour long-awaited ride to Ladakh finally begins on this day. Pack your bags and get set for a thrilling ride. On the way, you will pass Vashisht Hot Springs. Although Manali is known for its freezing temperatures, these hot springs which are located 6 km from the town, have temperatures ranging from 43-50 °C. You will then visit Solang Valley, known for a variety of winter sports, followed by Rohtang Pass and Keylong. Once you reach Jipsa, an overnight stay will be provided.
Jispa - Sarchu | 90 KMS | 6 hoursOn this day, gear up for an adventure as you cross the 16,043-ft-high Bara-lacha la Pass in the Zanskar Range. The rough patches of Darcha and Zingzingbar will give you an adrenaline boost. You will also get to spend some time near Chandrabhaga river (also known as Chenab) so make sure that you have a camera handy and take mesmerizing pictures. En route, you can visit Suraj Taal and Deepak Taal, two breath-taking lakes in the Lahaul and Spiti region. Once you reach Sarchu, relax and retire for the night.
Sarchu - Leh | 253 KMS | 10 hoursOn day four, start your journey towards Leh, the hub of Ladakh region. The route will take you through Nakeela Pass, Whisky Nallah, Lachulung La Pass, Pang, More Plains, and Tanglang La Pass. When you reach Leh, check in at the accommodation and stay overnight.
LehReplenish your energies with a healthy breakfast and enjoy your rest day at Leh. The first half of the day is saved for a regular check-up of the bike and gears. Thereafter, spend your day sightseeing. Stop by the Leh Palace and enjoy the splendid panoramic views of the Stok Kangri and Ladakh mountain ranges from the terrace and explore the museum exhibiting artefacts close to 450 years old. Later head to the Shanti Stupa perched upon the hilltop in the Changspa region. Constructed to endorse world peace and to celebrate 2500 years of Buddhism, this monument is known to hold the relics of the Buddha at its base, enshrined by the 14th Dalai Lama himself. The evening is saved for exploring the colourful markets of Leh and getting insights into the lives of the warm, local people here.
Leh - Kardung La Pass - Nubra Valley | 120 KMS | 4-5 hoursWake up to a refreshing morning and travel to Nubra Valley, a cold desert with vast landscapes and mountain ranges. Feel the thrill of crossing one of the highest motorable passes in the world, Khardung La. Once you reach Nubra, enjoy a camel ride in the desert mountains of Hunder (additional cost). Overnight stay will be provided in Nubra.
Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake | 150 KMS | 6-7 hoursPrepare for another day of a daring off-roading experience as you traverse through untamed paths in the high mountains. The route leads to the beautiful Pangong Tso (lake) via Shyok river or Wari La Pass. It is quite challenging yet thrilling and is generally used by the army. On arrival, prepare for a captivating overnight camping experience near the enchanting blue lake.
Pangong Lake - Leh | 150 KMS | 4-5 hoursIn the morning, get set for yet another journey exhilarating ride as you head back to Leh, via Chang La pass (the third highest mountain pass in the world) and Choglamsar. En route, stop at the famous Druk White Lotus School, featured in the blockbuster Bollywood movie ‘3 Idiots’ and Shanti Stupa, a beautiful white-domed Buddhist stupa surrounded by a stunning scenery of vast mountains. If time permits, you can even visit Magnetic Hill, War Memorial, and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Overnight stay will be provided in Leh.
Leh - SarchuLeave for Sarchu, after enjoying the breakfast. Cross the high passes like Nakee La, Lachung La and Tanglang La. Say goodbye to the beauty of Ladakh and ride along the curvy roads to Himachal Pradesh. Reach Sarchu and stay for the night.
Sarchu - ManaliCross the ever mesmerizing Rohtang Pass and reach Manali by evening. Check in to the hotel and stay over the night.
Manali- Trip EndsHave breakfast and explore the delightful cafes of Manali. Later catch your volvo bus in the evening for your onward journey back to Delhi.
- 350 CC Royal Enfield and Fuel for the Bike as per the itinerary
- Reflective Jacket & Rider’s Batch
- Helmet for the Rider and Pillion
- Permit for Rohtang Pass
- Inner Line Permit for Leh Ladakh
- 10 Buffet Breakfast and 10 Buffet Dinner
- Deluxe Hotels and Camps with attached washrooms
- Hot water facility at Deluxe Hotels/Hot water buckets will be available in camps on request
- Stay for couples on twin sharing basis/Groups on Triple sharing basis
- Basic spares and mechanic throughout the bike ride(any damage/ change of spares payables extra directly)
- Oxygen Cylinder and First Aid Kit
- Back up Vehicle to carry your luggage for more than 06 riders in Fixed Departure Group
- Expert Road Captain throughout the bike ride
- Parking Facility
In case the road is closed to Khardung La OR Nubra to Pangong then transfers to Leh-Khardung La- Nubra-Pangong Leh circuit will be done on Traveler/SUV at no extra cost
- Entrances to place of visit – Aprrox INR 20 – INR 50 for Monasteries
- Any other meal than mentioned in itinerary
- Refundable security deposit of Rs 10,000 per bike in cash for bike damage/transfer the bike if you leave in between.
- International / Domestic air fare, visa fees, airport tax or any kind of insurance cover
- Items of personal nature like drinks, laundry, telephone calls, tips, camera fees etc
- Liability for change in itinerary due to reasons beyond IYC’s control like change in flight and
- Train schedule; cancellation of flights/trains, political disturbances, natural phenomenon, etc Extra cost due to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
- Any other item not specifically mentioned above as ‘INCLUDED’
- All applicable taxes
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