Leh Ladakh bike trip packages
Leh Ladakh is one of the best destination preferences among bike riders, and it also happens to be one of the hottest spots and coolest places to be. Leh Ladakh is comprised of natural bounties unmatched by any on this earth. This also is one of the adventurous places to conquer n motorbikes, as one wrong turn can lead you towards early demise. But that is what people desire, an adrenaline rush that challenges them to the limits.
To serve this demand,
there are several Leh Ladakh tour packages that one can select from. The activities you can enjoy, the length of the tour, the bike you can hire from the organizers like Rentrip and the choice of bike, the path you follow, gender-based tours, etc.
One of the preferred ways to travel to this adventurous location that everyone desires to conquer is going through Manali, which is one the perfect places to visit while taking the road to Leh Ladakh. Manali to Leh bike tour can be one the most cherishable experiences that one can have, and you, too, should take the chance to have this memorable experience. From the magnetic hill, Shanti stupa, Hall Of Fame, Leh Palace, and Deadly Mountain passes, Ladakh has everything that an adventure freak or biker desires in their life.
The bike trip to Ladakh is deemed challenging because of the harsh weather that keeps changing. Some of the most daring passes in the World can be encountered during your trip to Leh Ladakh.
Per person With RE 350 CC bike shared by 2 – 30,000/-
Per person With RE 350 CC bike for solo rider- 40,000/-
Leh Ladakh Itinerary
Leaving from Delhi for Manali by Volvo
Day 2 is free for unwinding, and you can benefit from it by spending some time in local bazaars for your shopping.
On the 3rd of the journey, you will begin your journey to Jispa, 140 Kn, distant from Manali. By the time you get to Rohtang Pass, you will be astounded by the beauty of the Himalayas. Splendid prolific green valley and hairpin bend will give you a thrilling bike ride experience. After crossing the first pass, we will get into the Lahaul valley, and your ride will be continued, excluding the Chandra river, and in the late afternoon, we will get to Jispa. You will enjoy a bonfire and enjoy your stay at the overnight camp here. Also, staying in Jispa is best since your body will begin adapting to steady ascending elevation.
Full energized in the morning, you start your journey towards the Baralacha pass. Baralacha La is a high mountain pass in Zanskar Range and mostly remains capped by snow throughout the year. Early morning you will get to Sarchu. Sarchu is a giant plateau, and the landscape is breathtaking and martian.
This day will be a great day for all those who will cross three passes and of which is the World’s highest pass. The 21 hairpin bends of Gata loops continue to elevate towards Nakila and Lachungla passes. Afternoon, you will get to Pang for the Lurefreshments monument. And before hiking to Tanglang La Pass, the World’s second highest motorable road pass, we will encounter 50 Kms of flat land.
Day 6 comes with lots of wind up, exploration, and leisure around the city. You will visit Shanti Stupa. The structure and beauty of Shanti Stupaares are mesmerizing. The altitude of Shanti Stupa permits you to prioritize the exquisite view of Leh Ladakh.
On your 7th day, your day starts with a new task: a ride to the top of the World – Khardungla Pass, the World’s highest motorable pass, which is elevated 40 Km away from Leh. After that, you will get into the Nubra Valley.
On day eight, your journey to Pangong Lake begins. You will go towards Agham Shayok road side by side with Shyok river. You may come across some big water crossings on the way. After 6 hour ride, you will get to Pangong lake, also popular as Pangong Tso, which means – high grassland lake. The beauty of this place is indescribable.
Day 9 is going to be the best morning of your life. Early Afternoon you will ride back to Leh en-route crossing Changla pass, known as the World’s third-highest motorable pass.
This day’s ride will be long as you have to ride for 8 to 10 hours. You will drive to Pang for lunch and continue your journey toward Manali. Riding in long lines back to back with buddies gives such a different bliss, notably in this kind of landscape.
After sunrise, finally, it’s time to return to where you started your journey.