leh ladakh Bike tour packages from Manali, Srinagar, Delhi at best prices
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Nestled in between the highest mountain ranges in the world namely the Himalayas and the Karakoram, Leh, is blessed with beautiful landscapes, sky-kissing monuments, tranquil lakes and evergreen forests. The rugged landscape under the stark blue sky, aligned by snow-crested peaks and some lush green patches of vegetation along the valleys formed by the perennial streams, together make for a surreal scenic beauty.
The land of high passes, the monks and monasteries, indeed a shelter in heaven awaits you to cast its magical spell with its ceaseless beauty!
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Ladakh Bike Trip - Brief Itinerary:
Day 1: Delhi to Manali By Volvo Bus Day 2: Manali Acclimatization day & Test Drive Day 3: Manali to Sarchu Day 4: Sarchu to Leh Day 5: Leh Sightseeing Day 6: Leh to Nubra Valley Day 7: Nubra valley to Pangong lake Day 8: Pangong lake to Leh Day 9: Departure from Leh
Day 1: Delhi – Manali (Ladakh bike trip)
Reach Delhi by 02.00 PM. And, Leave Delhi by 6-7 PM and reach Manali by the next morning.
Reporting Point: Majnu Ka Tilla
Distance: 530 KM || 12 to 14 Hrs
Altitude: Delhi (700 ft) to Manali (6,398 ft)
Day 2: Manali Acclimatization Day (Ladakh bike trip preparation)
Reach Manali & Move to our stay in Manali. This day is for Acclimatization Day. You can explore around the stay which is surrounded by apple orchids and walk to the Beas river and spend some time near the Beas river.
Paragliding in Manali:
You can plan Paragliding at an extra cost of 2500/- (Need to be informed at least one day before so that we can avoid Queue). We have a contract with the paragliding team for the best price. For others, the paragliding charges are INR 3,200/-
Swim in hot springs at Manali:
After the test ride, we will go to the hot springs for swimming. This really helps our bodies to settle down. Sulfur in hot springs water is good for the bones. You can also try the local mutton near hot springs at a popular restaurant. After a relaxing experience, we will head to Manali mall road.
Manali mall road visit:
We will spend enough time at Mall road for complete exploration also we have time for local shopping. Cafe hopping is one of the best things to do in Manali mall road for tasting local cuisine. We will go to the hotel after the exploration of Manali mall road.
Stay: Manali (Hotel)
Vehicle: 4 Wheeler
Altitude: Manali (6,398 ft)
Stay: Manali (Hotel)
Day 3: Manali – Solang Valley - Atal Tunnel – Sissu - Keylong – Jispa - Darcha – Baralacha La – Sarchu (Ladakh trip from Manali starts today)
After a healthy breakfast at our stay, We will start very early and start our ride towards Sarchu and enter the greater Himalayan landscape.
We will enter into Lahaul leaving Kullu behind using the Atal Tunnel The lush green grasslands disappear and the barren slopes of the cold dessert take over.
After crossing Darcha we will keep riding on Manali - Leh Highway towards Sarchu.
Visit Suraj Taal and Deepak Taal, two breathtaking high-altitude lakes in the Lahaul and Spiti region.
Today we will be crossing Baralacha La at 16,040 ft (One of the 5 high-passes to be covered in the road trip)
After crossing Baralacha La we will stop for Lunch at Bharatpur Colony
Stay in Sarchu (14,070 feet) One of the highest altitudes to stay. Almost every rider is fascinated about spending a night at such high altitudes.
We need to be extra careful today as we are staying at high altitudes. Keep yourself hydrated and eat light food at regular intervals. Discuss your symptoms with your captain.
Day 4: Sarchu – Pang – Moore Plains – Rumtse – Leh
Get ready for the most exciting ride of the trip. We will start very early in the morning as water crossings are a common sight on the route so it is advisable to cross them early in the day.
This day is all about riding through hundreds of hairpin turns, Dust trodden roads, and 3 high-altitude passes.
A 40 km of the scenic journey from Sarchu via Incredible 21 Hairpin bend climbs of Gata Loops will lead to Nakee La (3rd high altitude pass situated at 15,500 feet) After a few km of descent from Nakee La leads to Whisky Nala,
We will again start climbing Lachulung La (16,500 ft) is the 4th high altitude Himalayan Pass on Manali-Leh Highway which comes between the stretch of Whisky Nalla and Pang.
The landscape starts to change after crossing Pang and the plateau of Moore Plains starts and stretches for 45km – Roads are very bumpy and challenge Both the Vehicle and Rider.
From here again we will ascent towards Tanglang La (17,500 feet), the fifth and last high mountain pass on this route that commands breathtaking views of the Zanskar range.
After crossing this pass we will ride through well-maintained roads all the way to Leh.
Note: Today most of the riders will be experiencing AMS due to crossing severely deteriorated roads and high altitude passes. Drink plenty of water and Discuss your symptoms with your captain.
Note: There might be a few changes in the itinerary due to weather, road conditions, and the physical ability of the team. GoAdventure reserves the right to change the itinerary at any point in time considering the team's safety.
Documents to carry (Hard Copy) :
Adhar Card (2 Copies)
Driving License (2Copies)
Windcheater & Raincoat
Heavy thick jacket/down jacket
Comfortable clothes (Full sleeves shirts & full Trek pants - 3 to 5 pairs)
Head and skin Protection :
Cap / Sun hat
Balaclava/ Woolen cap
UV protected Sunglasses
Sunscreen (SPF 40 and above)
Above ankle length waterproof shoes
Sandals or Flip-flops
Socks (3 to 4 pairs)
Woolen socks (2 pairs)
Camera & Kit (Optional)
Personal medicine ( If any )
One strip of Diamox
Headache, diarrhea, motion sickness
Hydration Pack or Reusable Water bottle - 2Ltr
50-60L Backpack & A small day backpack
Dry snacks, ORS, dry fruits, chocolates, Nutri bars, etc.
Use your garbage bag or properly dispose of used wet tissues and napkins. Do not litter wet tissues and sanitary napkins in the mountains as well as other public areas.
Tip: While packing, use plastic bags to compartmentalize things and carry a few extra plastic bags for wet clothes.
Note 1: We need not carry backpacks with us. You can keep your luggage in one of our backup vehicles and carry only a small day backpack with you during the ride.
Note 2: Only postpaid numbers will work in the Leh region.
Delhi to Manali bus (Semi-Sleeper)
Accommodation Triple sharing basis as per the itinerary
Meals: 7 Breakfasts & 7 Dinners. Day 2: Dinner Day 3-8: Breakfast & Dinner Day 9: Breakfast
Transport from Manali to Leh by Bike or Four Wheeler as per your selection.
Fuel for the entire journey
Back-up vehicle for luggage
Mechanic for assistance
Helmet for the Rider and the pillion
Experienced Tour captain
First-aid kit with 24x7 oxygen cylinders
Sightseeing as per the itinerary. (Vehicle will be on a non-disposal basis).
Anything which is not mentioned in inclusions
Meals not mentioned in inclusions
Caution deposit of INR 8000/- per bike
Permit Fees & Entry Fees
Any kind of personal expenses, optional tours, insurance, laundry
Biking Gear (Available on rental basis)
Pick-up & Drop From Leh Airport
Costs incidental to any changes in the itinerary due to bad weather or natural calamities that are beyond our control.
Leh to Delhi via Manali - Rs. 7000/- per person
Leh to Srinagar via Kargil - Rs. 9000/- per person
Manali to Leh - 10000/- (Dual share)
Manali to Leh - 15000/- (Solo biker)
Q1) When do we report at Delhi? Ans: Our bus would be at 6 PM from Majnu ka tilla at Delhi. It's around 50 min away from airport or railway station. Well connected by cab, bus and metros. We suggest you to reach Delhi before 2 PM. Sometimes flight might delay.
Q2) When to book return flight? Ans: Our hotel is 30 min away from Leh airport. You can book any flight from the morning itself. We suggest after 9 AM on Day 9
Q3) How do book couple sharing rooms? Ans: We reserve hotels on 3 sharing basis. (If you are solo traveller, room would be shared with same gender). If anyone opts for dual sharing: We can arrange at an extra cost of Rs. 500/- per day per person.
Q4) Can we change mode of transport after initial booking? Ans: Yes! You can change at free of cost. Subjected to availability
Q4) From GA team, how many people will join team? Ans: Tour captain, Asst. Captain, Mechanic & Helper. Also, Our backend teams of sales and operations will be giving support over call.
Q5) How about mobile network?
Day 1: All networks
Day 2: All networks
Day 3: None
Day 4 to 8: Only postpaid SIM cards or local SIM
Q6) Which all nights we camp?
Ans: Sarchu, Nubra valley & Pangong lake. We camp these three nights. Reason: Only camping is allowed in those areas.