Ladakh - ‘Land of High Passes’, when you hear the word, what strikes your mind? The Mountains? The White Gompas? The Pristine Blue Lakes? Tough Terrains & Barren Lands? And if you are an avid bike rider then of course “Bike Trip” - right? Ladakh in itself holds the beauty that magnetises people to it and bike ride makes the journey more splendid one. Planning to experience the thrill over the scenic land? Contact Ladakh Mountain Tours for the cheapest and budget-friendly Ladakh Bike Package.

Arrival In Manali (By Bus)
Day 1: Arrival In Manali (By Bus)

The very first day of the trip, begin your journey from Manali and complete all the check-in formalities at the hotel. Relax and refresh yourself for a trip to heaven that will give the best experience. After having delicious lunch at the hotel or as fixed by your tour operator, get ready for a thrilling motorbike expedition.

Begin your trip from the twisty roads of the Kullu Valley with the Himalayas on one side and River Beas on the other. The roads are tricky; however, breathtakingly beautiful, which will mesmerize your soul.

Manali - Jispa Trip (150 KM)
Day 2: Manali - Jispa Trip (150 KM)

Wake up to scenic sights early in the morning and kick start your bike ride via enticing Rohtang Pass, positioned at an altitude of 3798 m. The extremely challenging roads with hairpin bends make the trip most adventurous yet the excellent one. Weather is never certain here, so be prepared. Drive via Lahaul valley, nestled amid snow-clad peaks and beauty of these peaks cannot be defined in the words. Late in the evening, after reaching Jispa, enjoy a mountain special mouth-watering meal that gives you a true Himalayan flavour experience.

Jispa - Sarchu Tour (120 KM)
Day 3: Jispa - Sarchu Tour (120 KM)

Leave the Jispa behind and be ready to get lost in the Greater Himalayan landscape. The highway route to Sarchu will take you into the heart of the mountains. The spectacular views of Baralacha Pass (5000 meters above sea level) and drive towards Sarchu, which is the border-line between Kashmir and Himachal is no less than a treat for your eyes and travelling soul. In the evening, on your arrival at Sarchu camp, relax for the rest of the day. Keep yourself hydrated to keep away AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness).

Sarchu - Leh (215 KM)
Day 4: Sarchu - Leh (215 KM)

The day will be challenging and your ride will begin from the flatlands and get into the mountain horizon. Drive through the Taglang La Pass – the second-highest motorable mountain pass in the world, situated at the height of 5300 meters. It's the challenging route and after crossing it, the well-maintained roads will take you to the lustrous and lively Leh. On the way, you’ll get to see the spectacular monasteries of Thiksey and Shey, nestled on the top of a hill and are the major attraction of the trip. Later in the evening, check-in to the hotel, on the borders of Changspa. Explore the local area, to dig into real Ladakhi culture and load-up yourself with delicious food.

Khardungla Pass (Leh)
Day 5: Khardungla Pass (Leh)

On day 5, wake up to spectacular sunrise and leave for Khardungla Pass - highest motorable road, settled 18360 feet above the sea level. Explore the beauty of Leh and savour delightful lunch at local eating joints. Right from visiting the Old Fort to other major attractions, cover all and gain the maximum benefit of being amidst the stunning land. Spend the evening at any of the garden restaurants to relax yourself.

Leh - Pangong Lake (149 KM)
Day 6: Leh - Pangong Lake (149 KM)

Leh and Pangong Lake go hand in hand while being there you cannot miss this beautiful, blissful and blue lake. Besides, being breathtakingly beautiful, the lake is famous for sprawling into India as well as China and is one of the largest brackish lakes in Asia. The surroundings of it will blow away your mind and behold the changing of colour of the lake during day time. Embrace the grace and continue your ride via crossing Chang La. The journey of the day will end at the army checkpoint of Tangtse, where you can check-in to the hotel for night stay.

Pangong - Leh (149 KM)
Day 7: Pangong - Leh (149 KM)

This will be the last day in the Leh. Don’t waste even a minute of it, wake up early, have your breakfast and be ready to get lost in its wonderful attractions. Start from visiting the white-coloured Shanti Stupa and shop till you drop from the local bazaars. The beauty of the Zanskar range and the Indus Valley is also a must for treating the eyes with its loveliness.

Leh - Sarchu (215 KM)
Day 8: Leh - Sarchu (215 KM)

It’s time to leave the charm of mountains behind and head back to Leh via Pang and Sarchu, which is the middle point of Manali and Leh. Stay here for the night in the camps and the rest of the day is free for you to enjoy on your own.

Sarchu - Manali (215 KM)
Day 9: Sarchu - Manali (215 KM)

Start your bike ride from the plain of Sarchu and reach Baralacha La Pass till afternoon. Relish your taste buds from the local eating joints and ready for the smooth and comfortable ride up to the Lahaul ranges. After reaching the Rohtang pass, you have to be a bit careful because the roads here are quite bumpy and till the night, you will arrive at Manali. Stay in the hotel overnight.

Back To Home
Day 10: Back To Home

Say goodbye to the beauty with lifelong memories and steer back to the home. The tour concludes here.

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