Ladakh Tour Itinerary

DAY 1:  
Arrival in Delhi, check into a hotel.  
 
DAY 2:  
Local sightseeing and shopping at some interesting markets in Delhi.  
 
DAY 3:  
Leave for Manali by a luxury coach. 
 
DAY 4:  
Getting acquainted with your motorcycle, the Royal Enfield. Local sightseeing in Manali on the Royal Enfield to have a feel of the motorcycle which will get you ready for the trip ahead.    
 
DAY 5:  
Manali – Jispa  
Leave from Manali, passing through ROHTANG PASS (13050 Ft), the gateway to the Himalayas. Camp at a tiny hamlet in Jispa.  
 
DAY 6:
 
Jispa – Pang   
Cross the BARALACH LA pass (16500 Ft), the first of the 3 passes en route Pang. Ascend up the Gata Loops (21 hairpin bends), through the NAKEE LA pass (15547 Ft) onto LACHALANG LA pass (16616 Ft), to arrive at the destination for the day, Pang. Accommodation at Pang is tented and shared.  
 
DAY 7:  
Pang - Leh  
The climb to Moore Plains starts just as you ride out of Pang. The Moore Plains is a vast flat land and the 45 Kms stretch of road through it leadings to the mighty TANGLANG LA  pass (17582 Ft), the 2nd highest motorable pass in the world. It’s a downhill ride after that till Upshi and the roads till Leh are well pitched. Arrival in Leh and check into a hotel. 
 
DAY 8:  
Leh  
Rest day at Leh and servicing of the motorcycles.  
 
DAY 9:  
Leh - Hunder  
To Khardung La Pass (18380 Ft), the highest motorable pass in the world. Continue ride onwards to the Nubra valley and camp at for the night at Hunder. 
 
DAY 10:  
Hunder - Leh  
A visit to the "Dunes of Ladakh" and ride through Diskit en route Leh. 
 
DAY 11: 
Leh – Pangong Tso  
Ride through the Chang La pass (17300 Ft), the 3rd highest motorable pass in the world en route the breathtaking Pangong Tso lake, where we camp for the night. 

DAY 12:  
Pangong Tso - Leh  
 
DAY 13:  
Local sightseeing at Leh  
 
DAY 14:  
Leh – Delhi (Flight)  
 
DAY 15:  
Flight back home 

PRICE (PER PERSON):
RIDER:  EURO 2900.00
PILLION:  EURO 1800.00

*TOURING SEASON – BETWEEN JUNE TO SEPTEMBER. (PLEASE CONTACT TO CHECK ON AVAILABILITY AND CONDITON OF THE ROUTE)

*Participants: Min. 4 and max. 10 Riders.

The tours are package tours and includes: 

  • Pickup and drop at the airports in India
  • Hotel rentals throughout the trip in India. (on sharing basis and in tents where necessary)
  • All meals
  • Motorcycle with crash guard and carrier
  • Petrol
  • All sightseeing
  • Luxury coach fare from Delhi to Manali
  • Team leader
  • Royal Enfield mechanic
  • Support vehicle  

Not included:

  • Flights from host country to India and return.
  • Airfare from Leh to Delhi.
  • Visa fees    
  • Travel Insurance, including medical and repatriation. 
  • Alcoholic beverages, bottled water, tips, personal telephone charges and personal purchases.
  • Personal riding gear (protective clothing, helmet, backpack, gloves, boots, sleeping bags and flashlight) – In case of any assistance required regarding purchase of riding gear please contact us.
  • Please carry your own sleeping bags and mats, as would be required during the trip. In case of any assistance required please contact us

Documentation

You will need a passport with valid visa, appropriate travel insurance and an international driving license.

Climate

The climate at these altitudes can be most harsh and unforgiving. Rainfall is rare but cannot be ruled out. It can be warm during the day but when overcast it can get chilly.

Riding Gear
Since we would encounter roads with loose gravel and slush it is highly advisable to have proper, well armored motorcycling jacket, pant, gloves, etc. A full face helmet is advisable. Good water proof motorcycling shoes is also recommended. Incase you don’t want to carry excess luggage and wish to buy the gear here in India, please contact us.

Luggage

Your main luggage will be carried in a support vehicle but we advise you may want to get a small rucksack/tankbag to carry your small articles while on the road. Also the main bag you carry should ideally be a rucksack/bag. Please do not carry any suitcases.

Riding Skills

An international driving license is mandatory. The terrain that you would encounter would be harsh and possibly something that you may not have encountered so far. This is certainly not recommended for amateur riders and a reasonable amount of riding experience preferably in mountainous terrain would be helpful.

Health & Hygiene

Please inform us about any medical symptoms / history beforehand

Kindly note that 2% of the payment made by you will be contributed to an NGO for animal welfare

*CUSTOMISED ITINERARIES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
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