- Day 1: Arrival in Manali, Local Sightseeing, and Briefing
We arrive in Manali in the morning, check into our hotel, and relax today to allow our bodies to acclimatise. Discover Manali’s Local Sightseeing. Our Tour Captain Will Brief You On The Ride, Itinerary, Bike Allocation, Etc. Evening at your leisure. Discover and enjoy an overnight stay in a hotel with dinner.
- Day 2: Manali-Jispa (140 Kms )
Your long-awaited journey to Ladakh has finally begun. Pack your bags and prepare for an exciting ride. Pack your bags and prepare for an exciting ride. On the way, you’ll pass through Atal Tunnel, Tandi (the last petrol station before Upshi), and Keylong. Once you arrive in Jipsa, you will be provided with an overnight stay at one of the camps.
Day 3 :Jispa to Padum via Shango La Pass ( 140 Kms)
After breakfast, you begin your journey towards Zanskar on the recently completed road. It’s a little difficult, but it has the best scenery. It takes time to cross Shingo la pass and take pictures with the grand mountain Gumbo Ranjan (Mahakal) and cross the river, among other things. You can enjoy a quick hike or track until Phuktal Gompa, which is only 6 kilometres away, with one side hike to a hidden monastery. You ride to Padum after eating at the campsite. Tonight you will stay in a nice home stay or tents.
- Day 4 – Padum – Kargil (240 Kms)The journey from Padum to Kargil is approximately 240 kilometres long and includes several high-altitude mountain passes, including the Pensi La pass at 14,500 feet. The road passes through remote villages and provides breathtaking views of the Zanskar valley’s rugged landscape.
The road from Padum to Kargil is narrow and winding, with several steep hairpin bends that make for a challenging ride for motorcycle enthusiasts. The road is also prone to landslides, requiring riders to navigate difficult terrain. Overnight stay in Hotels
Day 5- Kargil To Leh (220 Km | 4-5 Hrs | 3,499 M)
The road from Kargil to Leh is one of the most popular and adventurous routes in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir for motorcycle enthusiasts. The route is approximately 217 kilometres long and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
The journey begins in Kargil, a town in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kargil district, and continues through several high-altitude mountain passes, including the Fotu La pass at 13,478 feet. The road provides breathtaking views of the Himalayas’ rugged landscape, with several deep valleys and snow-capped peaks along the way.
Along the way, riders can explore several ancient monasteries and traditional villages, including the Lamayuru monastery, one of the oldest and largest monasteries in the region. Later Stay at Leh.
- Day 6- Leh To Nubra Valley (160 Km | 2-3 Hrs | 5,441 M)
or motorcycle enthusiasts visiting India’s Ladakh region, the road from Leh to Nubra Valley is a popular and exciting route. The route is approximately 120 kilometres long and provides breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan mountains.
The journey begins in Leh, the capital of Ladakh, and continues through the Khardung La pass, one of the world’s highest motorable passes at 18,380 feet. The road is narrow and winding, with several steep hairpin bends and unpaved sections, making for a difficult ride for motorcycle enthusiasts.
The route passes through several remote villages and provides breathtaking views of the Himalayas’ rugged landscape. Along the way, riders can visit several ancient monasteries and traditional villages along the way, including the Diskit monastery, one of the oldest and largest monasteries in the region, and the Hunder village, famous for its sand dunes and Bactrian camels. Overnight stay in Camps/Hotel/Home stay
- Day 7- Nubra Valley To Pangong Lake (150 Km | 3-4 Hrs | 4,349 M)
Today, you will leave the harsh region and travel to the pristine Pangong Lake. You will pass through Shyok Village, which has recently opened to tourists. When you reach the shores of this enchanting body of water, take in its beauty and tranquillity, and take photos of the surroundings. Later, return to the campsite for a warm bonfire and a peaceful overnight stay in nature’s lap.
- Day 8- Pangong To Leh (160 Km | 5-6 Hrs | 4,522 M)
The road from Pangong Tso to Leh is a scenic and adventurous route for motorcycle enthusiasts visiting the Ladakh region of India. The route covers a distance of approximately 160 kilometers and offers stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan mountains and valleys.
The route goes through the Chang La pass, which is one of the world’s highest motorable passes at 17,590 feet. The pass provides breathtaking views of the surrounding snow-capped mountains and valleys, and it is a popular destination for photographers.
Riders can visit several ancient monasteries and traditional villages along the way, including the Thiksey monastery, one of the region’s largest and most famous monasteries, and the Shey palace, which was once the summer retreat of Ladakh’s royal family.
- Day 9 – Leh To Sarchu (250 Km | 9-10 Hrs | 4,290 M)
In The Morning, After A Scrumptious Meal Of Breakfast, The Next Stop For Your Tour Is Sarchu. You Will Pass Through The Borders Of Jammu And Kashmir And Himachal Pradesh, Taking In The Panoramic Vision Of The Mighty Mountains And Colors Of Nature. You Will Pass Through The Third Highest Pass, Tanglang La (17,480 ft). Then You Will Pass Through Morey-Plains, A Plateau At A Astounding Height Of 15,500+ft With A 45 km Stretch of Flat Road. You Will Then Cross The Twin Passes – Lachung La (16,616 ft) & Nakee La (15,547 ft) Before Reaching The Famous Gata Loops (21 Hairpin Bends). Then By Evening, You Will Be Reaching Sarchu.
- Day 10- Sarchu To Manali (223 Km | 11-12 Hrs | 3,080 M)
For motorcycle enthusiasts visiting India’s Ladakh region, the road from Sarchu to Manali is a popular and scenic route. The route is approximately 230 kilometres long and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan mountains and valleys.
The journey begins in Sarchu, a high-altitude plateau at 14,500 feet, and continues through several remote villages and breathtaking landscapes. The road is narrow and winding, with several steep hairpin bends and unpaved sections, making for a difficult ride for motorcycle enthusiasts.
The route passes through several high-altitude passes, including the Baralacha La pass, which is 16,050 feet above sea level. The passes offer breathtaking views of the surrounding snow-capped mountains and valleys and are popular spots for photography enthusiasts. Relax and stay for the night at Manali
- Day 11- Departure From Manali
After breakfast check out from the hotel and you are free to explore the city at your own.