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The adventure of riding your bike through Ladakh calls for tourists from around the globe.The highlight of this tour is riding through the tough roads and High Mountain passes on your bike. Experience Ladakhi culture, a visit to Khardung La Pass, the highest motorable pass in the world along with visit to Pangong Tso, one of the most famous and breathtaking lakes in the world. The picture-perfect monasteries combined with the whitewashed stupas, colourful flags and the mantras from the hermits, makes it a must visit place for people who want to connect to their spiritual side in serenity.
- Helmet,Knee protection,Waist belt
- Riding gloves
- Day Pack to carry a water bottle, rain suit and other stuff you will use during the day
- A money belt or waist pack to carry your passport and other valuables
- Sunglasses or bike glasses
- Thick warm socks; and also light socks
- Personal Medicines
Manali arrival bike checking and local sightseeing and stay
On reaching Manali, check-in to the hotel and relax till afternoon. Have your lunch and meet with your motorbikes and have test rides to make yourself comfortable with the new machines. Further, a detailed session about the bike and biking skills is organized. You then leave for a short tour to the Kullu Valley and get acquainted with the mechanics of the bike. Enjoy the ride to the beautiful Kullu Valley. Later, come back to the hotel and have a comfortable stay.
Manali to Jispa (111 kms/ 5 hrs)
TNext day post breakfast, drive straight to Jispa. En-route visit Rohtang Pass and Keylong. On reaching Rohtang Pass, spend some time witnessing the panoramic beauty of Manali valley. After the visit continue drive to Lahaul valley to reach Keylong. Lahaul valley is quite rocky and barren. On reaching Keylong visit the Keylong bustling village to view the simple lifestyle of the villagers from close quarters and the Khardhug monastery. After the visit, resume your drive to Jispa, to spot amazing scenery and panoramic views of the lovely surroundings. On reaching Jipsa, check-in at one of our listed hotels. Enjoy overnight stay at the hotel. It really has some dramatic views consisting of lush green hills, several waterfalls, grazing horses and views of snow capped mountains. Even for people like me who had been here several times before, it is still awe-inspiring
Jispa to leh
The view from the dormer was blissfully peaceful. Birds chirping, the soothing sound of Bhaga river leaves you in a trance like state. You will cross the remaining 4 high altitude passes, Baralacha La, Nakee La, Lachulung La and Tanglang La today. There are also two small but beautiful lakes on the route, Deepak Taal and Suraj Taal.
leh rest and local sightseeing
After dragging bike through a long way, you explore Leh on foot. Leh has gracefully meld Muslim and Buddhist culture; the town is flecked with Gompas and Mosques. You walk down the streets of Leh and re-awaken your restless soul. During the day, your bike is pampered and groomed at the service station; getting all minor flaws flicked away. This day is indeed intended to fuel you with intense energy and enthusiasm, for something the next day has in its bag for you. After a reviving day, you retire on your accommodation and stay overnight.
Nubra Velly by khardungla pass
It is going to be a long day so yet again, take an early start by first light of the day. In morning after breakfast ride to Nubra valley over Khardungla pass (5600) hightest motorable pass in world. Take the road towards Khardung La and descend on the other side in to Nubra Valley. If you started between 5-6 AM, you can easily make it until Diskit by 12 noon. Khardung-La is the highest motorable road in the world. Khardung La top also called K-Top is located at 18,380 ft above sea level. It lies in the norther part of Leh and is a gateway for Nubra Valley and Shyok River.
Nubra to Pangong lake by shiyok
After crossing Khalsar village, you need to take the road towards Village Agham, leaving the upper route going towards Khardung La. Once you reach Agham, you will be at a bifurcation where the road left would take you to Shyok village and the one towards right is going towards Wari La.The Agham Shyok road is isolated and far more treacherous, if it can be called a road at all for that matter. For a while, it will run right next to the Shyok river and then there will be a tremendous gain in altitude. Pangong Tso, Tibetan for "high grassland lake", also referred to as Pangong Lake, is an endorheic lake in the Himalayas situated at a height of about 4,350 m.
Pangong to leh
Your journey for Day is going to be even longer so you must start by 5 AM from Leh. Today, you will start your morning with a wonderful breakfast and then ride to Pangong Lake on the Indo China border. Reach Pangong Lake at 14,000 feet (4,267 M) and there admire the stunning beauty of the lak. Pangong is the highest salt water Lake in the World, shared by two countries India & China. Enjoy the beauty of the lake while appreciating the changing colors of this fascinating high altitude water body and the beautiful night at Tent House.
leh to jispa
Start your return journey towards jispa . It will be the same road back however this time, After the breakfast ride for Jispa, a beautiful scenic drive by crossing Baralacha La (4845m), lunch at Sissu village. Later cross famous Rohtang Pass, 13050 ft and arrive Jispa by evening.
Jispa/ Manali (140 km/ 6-7 hrs
On your bikes from Jispa to Manali crossing over Rohtang Pass (3980 m). We end our Motorbike tour in Manali and end of our services..
- One Royal Enfield 350CC per rider.
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast and dinner.
- Backup Vehicle with mechanic, basic spare parts and medical Kit.
- All Toll, Taxes and Permits.
- Fuel for the entire journey
- Professional Road Captain as guide.
- First aid kit and oxygen cylinder.
- Travel insurance and other emergencies
- Medical Evacuation
- Single room accommodationLunch and Beverages like mineral water and soft drinks etc.
- Any expense arising out of unforeseen circumstance like roadblocks, landslides, snow fall etc.
- Photography ccessories like cameras
- Any other expense not mentioned under ‘cost includes’
- Monument entrance fees during the entire trip