Leh Ladakh Bike Tour Package: Price & Schedule

Introduction

Motorcyclists who are passionate about motorcycling have a trip to the mountainous terrain of Leh-Ladakh at the top of their bucket lists. Only a few months each year see roads being opened. The Manali-Leh motorway connects the lower Himalayan region with the high-altitude Ladakh area. Three of the seven passes that we'll cross on this tour are among the highest in the country. This journey is full of incredible adventures that will amaze you. The attraction of the unknown and the appeal of the open road. Over 12-days, there will be many changes to the weather, the landscape and the civilizations. When you see snow-covered mountains and lakes and deserts, you will feel like you are in paradise. Relax and enjoy the sights.

12-Day Leh Ladakh Itinerary

Day 1: Manali to Delhi

Volvo Flight from Delhi to Manali

Day 2: Manali

You have the day off for leisure activities so shop at nearby markets.

Day 3: Jispa - Manali

This morning, we will travel 140 km from Manali to Jispa. You will be in awe at the Himalayas' beauty by the time you reach Rohtang Pass (3978m). As you bike through lush greenery-filled valleys, you will experience the most amazing bike riding experience. After completing the first pass, we will continue our ride alongside the Chandra river to Jispa in the afternoon (3,200m). We will have a campfire and stay the night here.

Day 4: Jispa - Sarchu

With fully charged vehicles (4900m), we set off for Baralacha Pass early in the morning. Baralacha La is the highest mountain pass in the Zanskar Range. It is usually always snow-covered. We'll be reaching Sarchu (4300m) in the early hours of the evening. Sarchu is a vast plateau that has a martian-like landscape. As they reach the sky, you will see cliffs that look like sand castles. Tomorrow will be a long day so make sure you get to bed before it gets too hot.

Day 5: Leh - Sarchu

Today will be an important day for all of us as we travel across three passes. One of these passes is the second highest in the world. We start driving as soon as the sun rises. Gata loops' 21 hairpin curves continue up towards the Nakila Passes and Lachungla Passes. Before ascending to Tanglang La Pass (5328m), we will see 50 km of flatlands. We will reach Leh (3500m) by evening. After such a long day, we need to relax.

Day 6: Local Sightseeing at Leh

Today is for unwinding, exploring, having fun, and enjoying Leh. We will visit the Shanti Stupa and surrounding monasteries. It is difficult to describe the splendour and architecture of Shanti Stupa. In the evening, you might stroll through Leh's lively markets.

Day 7: Nubra - Leh

Our first task today is to travel to the Khardungla Pass (5359m), 40 km from Leh. We will remain in the high-altitude desert. The desolate desert landscapes and dunes offer breathtaking natural beauty. Remember the double-humped Bactrian camel.

Day 8: Pangong to Nubra

In the morning, we will travel to Pangong Lake. We will continue to travel together on Agham Shyok Road to reach the Shyok river. On the way, we might need to cross significant water. After a six-hour ride, we will reach Pangong Lake (4250m), also known as Pangong Tso which is a high-grassland lake. Its tranquillity and peace give it a special appeal. China accounts for 60% of the lake's length (134 km) and width (5 km).

Day 9: Leh - Pangong

When you have the most beautiful day of your life, you will be a very lucky person. We will cross Changla Pass (5300m), the third-highest motorable pass in the entire world as we return to Leh in the early afternoon. Because of its steepest ascent, and large water streams, Changla Pass can be extremely difficult to cross. You may need to be able to drive off-road. We will go there to Leh in the evening.

Day 10: Jispa - Leh

In the early hours of the morning, we will head towards the Leh-Manali highway. Today's ride will be our longest, taking us approximately 8-10 hours. We'll be continuing to Manali after stopping in Pang for lunch. It's a great way to share the joy of riding with friends in long lines, especially in this type of landscape.

Day 11: (Overnight Volvo) Jispa – Manali – Delhi

It's now time to cycle back to the place we started after sunset. We'll also stop at Sisu Lake, Palam Dhara and a notable waterfall on the way.

The cost of the trip

Leh Ladakh tour packages can be very expensive. COST 30,000/- per Person with a Shared Re 350 CC Bicycle

40,000 per person for a solo rider on a RE 350 CC bike

22,000 for a bicycle. - An Additional INR 2500 Per Person For RE Himalayan 410 CC: - 3500 INR Extra Per Person

The security deposit for each bike is required at the beginning of the tour and is refunded after the tour.

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