There is no pick-up for this Ladakh motorbiking trip. You begin motorbiking from Leh itself.
On this 11-day Ladakh motorbiking adventure, you'll visit the famed lakes of Pangong and Tso Moriri, travel to the sand dunes of Hunder, ride through the high-altitude pass of Khardung-La, visit the historic monasteries of Thiksey and Diskit, apart from a range of other exciting adventures. A major highlight of this itinerary, you'll also visit the distant village of Hanle, near the Indo-Tibetan border.
With powerful Royal Enfield motorbikes on hand, you'll roar through cold, desert kingdom of Ladakh, with an entourage of like-minded motorbikers and an experienced support team. Surrounded by barren and arid hills as far as the eye can see, you'll travel to distant destinations in Ladakh, having new adventures and clicking picture-perfect photos.
Please note that price displayed is the per person price for a booking for one motorbike rider and one pillion rider. An additional refundable, security deposit of INR 10,000 per motorbike, not included in the cost displayed, is to be paid directly to the tour operator.
Ladakh, the land of high mountain passes, is also the land of extraordinary beauty. The Ladakhi terrain, flanked by the towering mountains of the Trans-Himalayan range, with snow-capped summits rising far beyond the clouds, is home to one of the most iconic motorbiking routes in the country. With scenic views of the landscape, painted in differing shades of grey and brown, you'll explore faraway villages and secluded landmarks in the region on a 11-day motorbiking itinerary.
Your adventure begins in the lush, green valleys of Manali. Travelling north on the Leh-Manali highway, you'll reach Leh, the largest city of Ladakh. After exploring the city, you'll travel to the sand dunes of the Nubra Valley and spend a night by the famous Pangong Lake. You'll visit the distant village of Hanle and the multi-coloured Tso Moriri. Driving past the historic town of Kargil, you'll arrive at the state capital of Srinagar, ending the tour with unforgettable experi
Sign up for an adventure on one of India's most legendary motorbiking routes. | Visit little-known villages like Hanle and camp by the Tso Moriri. | Spend a night in Swiss tents by the multi-coloured Pangong Lake. | Get absolutely stunning views of mountains and hills in the Ladakhi range. | Travel with an entourage of motorbikers and experience exciting new adventures.
Experienced road captain and support mechanic with spare parts
Experienced support crew-mechanic - backup vehicle to carry spare parts and tool kits
Please ensure that vehicle is registered to the riders name and all documents - pollution check - insurance - drivers licence etc - are in order.
Arrive in Manali and convene at a pre-determined meeting point. In the afternoon, you'll meet your fellow motorbikers and your road captain for a brief orientation session to discuss the climate conditions, itinerary and other details of your upcoming motorbiking adventure. In the evening, test ride your allotted motorbikes in the streets of Manali. Overnight in a hotel at Manali.
Overnight in a hotel at Manali.
Arrive in Manali. You'll be accommodated in a hotel at Manali. Today's meal package includes dinner only. In the evening, you can visit the local marketplace in Manali to shop for any last minute essentials.
For cancellation of the trip made by the tour operator due to any unforeseen circumstances: 100% refund.
For cancellation of the trip made by the traveller after booking: no refund.
In case of show: no refund.
The motorbike rider as well as the pillion rider is required to wear a helmet at all times while riding the motorbike. A safety helmet will be provided to the travellers by the tour operator.
Travellers are required to carry a valid, govt-issued photo ID card and a valid driver's licence.
Travellers are required to follow all instructions of the road captain during the Ladakh motorbiking trip.
Consumption of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited during the trip. Travellers suspected of intoxication will not be allowed to participate in the trip.
Travellers getting their own motorbike must ensure that the vehicle is registered to the rider's name and all the relevant documents (pollution check, insurance and driver's licence etc) are in order.