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Leh Ladakh travel packages encompass thrilling passes, motorcycle expeditions, off-roading adventures, and an array of incredible activities tailored for your dream journey to Leh Ladakh. For adventure enthusiasts, Leh Ladakh is a paradise, offering an adrenaline-packed experience with activities such as trekking, camping, and more. The most extensive tour package to Leh Ladakh covers a complete circuit from Delhi to Leh, approaching Ladakh via Manali and departing through Srinagar. While this route is commonly used, an alternative approach through Srinagar and exiting via Manali is also popular. Key highlights of this Leh Ladakh tour include crossing the Rohtang Pass, enjoying scenic views of the lesser-known Sarchu, exploring Leh—the land of monasteries and lamas—traversing Khardung La and Tanglang La (the world's highest and second-highest motorable roads), experiencing the cold desert of Nubra with its double-humped camels, visiting the renowned Pangong Lake, witnessing the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers, marveling at the physics-defying Magnetic Hill, and paying homage at the war memorial dedicated to the heroes who sacrificed their lives in the Kargil War. Experience the best Delhi-Leh-Ladakh-Delhi tour via Manali with our exceptional road trip packages in India. Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing beauty of the landscapes and explore the rich cultural heritage of the region. Contact us at +91 7053007000 to book your unforgettable journey.
Your dream tour to Leh Ladakh kicks off by waking up in the morning wee hours and gearing up to meet at India Gate. After a quick briefing session the whole group starts off from here for the life time dream trip to Leh, Ladakh, Manali being the first stop over of this trip. We kick off from New Delhi and reach Manali via Karnal (stop for breakfast), Ambala (stop for a quick break), Kiratpur (stop for lunch), Mandi and Kullu.
The second day of the Leh Ladakh tour allows you to enjoy Manali, which in itself has lot to offer. The entire day is at your own disposal and you may plan to visit Solang Valley where one can enjoy paragliding, visit Hadimba temple, Vashisht village where you may take dips at hot water spring, Mall Road. Remember to wrap up any last minute shopping and come back to hotel by evening. From here we gear up for an early morning adventurous ride through Pir Panjal range of The Great Himalayas for Sarchu.
Take a nice breakfast as this day calls for crossing the Atal Tunnel, as you move towards Sarchu from Manali along Chandra and Bhaga Rivers.Crossing the Atal Tunnel is an experience in itself as this tunnel is the world's highest tunnel creating a year long connection to Leh, which otherwise remained isolated from the rest of the country in winters. Night halt at Sarchu camps.
After an early breakfast, we leave for the last leg of our onward journey towards Leh. You will cross Gata Loops, the 21 hair pin bends and will get the chance to ride on all types of road i.e tarmac, stony, quick and unbelievable U turns. You will actually get to know as to why this road is often called by many as the “Highway to Hell”. We break for lunch at Pang and then drive on towards Leh, passing through Skyangchu Thang (a vast plateau stretching for 42 kms) and then crossing Tanglang-La (17,585ft) and driving through the upper Indus Valley. Reach Leh by evening. Check in and relax overnite in Leh.
On the sixth day of this tour, you can enjoy Leh as a place. After a hearty breakfast, set out for local sightseeing, exploring Leh and the neighboring attractions, visiting Shanti Stupa, Jama Masjid, Leh Palace, Polo Grounds, and the War Museum to name a few. In the later part of the day, check and gear up the bikes as necessary and get ready for the adventure that is to follow the next day
Gear up and speed off on the smooth tarmac to meet the board showing “The Highest Motorable Road in the world” at Khardung La Pass. After taking a break for photo session on this high pass to the Nubra Valley, we head towards Khardung village where you can have a quick break for tea and snacks. We proceed towards Nubra Valley as we cross the Khalsar and Diskit sectors.Nubra valley is a high altitude cold desert which mesmerizes every traveler with its unsurpassed naked beauty. This is probably the only place in Ladakh which gives a glimpse of snow clad mountains encompassing green pastures. The valley is comfortably located in the Karakoram range, and gives a feel of cold desert magical sand dunes, constantly changing shape and place. You have get to ride on double humped camels at the Nubra Valley. Travelers can also visit Turtuk village, the last Indian village that is open for tourists and adventure seekers. Overnight stay at camp.
For those seeking more unique experiences, a visit to Turtuk village, the last Indian village open for tourists and adventure seekers, is a must. Turtuk offers a glimpse into the local way of life, culture, and traditions, providing a memorable cultural encounter. This day gives you an opportunity to visit Turtuk Village, the last Indian village before the border line with Pakistan. Ride with us on the smooth road towards this exciting place. Being part of the Baltistan region in the northernmost part of the Himalayas, Turtuk is one of the last village on the indian side of LOC, being part of 5 small villages of the Baltistan region to fall in the Indian Territory. This small village, native to the Balti people, is very popular for the fruits grown in this region, especially Apricots. Staying in home stays and small guest houses, allows tourists to witness the Balti culture. Return to Nubra Valley camp sites by evening and prepare for the next day ride.
This road trip, on the 8th day of your tour, offers a fantastic opportunity to experience the diverse landscapes of Ladakh, from the lush Nubra Valley to the stunning high-altitude Pangong Lake. Ensure that your vehicle is well-maintained, and you are prepared for the challenging yet rewarding journey. Taking a left from Durbuk and crossing Tangtse gives you the first glimpse of Pangong Tso and the magical beauty of the world's highest salt water lake and its constantly changing colour. This gives us an additional opportunity to ride/drive as real off roading and experience water crossing. After spending a good time in the afternoon on the lake side, get into your camps as evenings generally get chilly. Stay the night at lake side camps.
After spending an unforgettable night on the bank of Pangong TSO, post breakfast head towards Leh. Enroute we will cross the Changla Pass ( 3rd highest motorable pass), have a quick break at Karu for refreshment. Enroute visit Shey and Thikshey monastries and get yourself clicked at the Rancho school, before reaching the comfort of your beds in Leh hotel. Overnight stay in your hotel at Leh.
The road from Leh to Kargil resembles a runway and constitutes the first part of the day’s journey. You can feel the magic of magnetic hill, pray at Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. We then visit the Lamayuru monastary, which is the highest monastery in Ladakh and then, cross the Fotu La, which is the highest pass on the Leh - Srinagar road, and descend down to stop at Kargil. The entire population in Ladakh is Buddhist while the entire population in Kargil is Islamic, and thus, the journey from Ladakh to Kargil is symbolic in its own way, signifying a transformation, as you traverse from one world to another.
Begin riding and cross Drass - the second coldest inhabited place on earth after Siberia (Russia) and visit the Drass war museum to pay respects and pray for the peace of the brave souls of the valiant jawans who fought and sacrificed their lives during the Kargil war of 1999. Pave way to reach the majestic Tiger hill and salute the brave Indian Army and the national flag - ‘Tiranga’ and yet again, feel the pride of being an Indian. Ride to cross Zoji La and descend down to Sonmarg while leaving behind the arid, dry and vegetation - less yet picturesque Ladakh to be greeted by the starkly contrasting greenery of Sonmarg, one of the most beautiful parts of the “Heaven on Earth - Kashmir”. Visit the Dal Lake for a shikara ride, the Mughal Gardens, the Shankracharya Temple and other tourist attractions on reaching Srinagar. Overnite halt at Srinagar.
Cross the gateway to Kashmir which is heavily guarded by the Indian army, and then, pass through the historical Jawahar Tunnel to enter the newly constructed, longest tunnel of India (Chenani - Nashri Tunnel) whichpaves way to the warm and sunny Udhampur/ Jammu region. Finally, be grateful to God for having successfully completed one of the toughest drives in the world not only safely, but, also while, immersing in every moment of its awe inspiring beauty. Reach Pathankot by evening and overnight stay at hotel.
After having north Indian, the most famous Punjabi breakfast, we start our journey to Delhi, cross Ludhiana, Ambala and reach Delhi by evening. Conclude the Leh Ladakh tours and take with you lots of unforgettable memories.
Q. What is the best time for Leh Ladakh Bike Trip?
A. The best time to accomplish a bike trip to Leh Ladakh is from June to September. These so because, both the routes, i.e. Srinagar via Kargil and Manali via Rohtang Pass are open during these months, owing to less snow and clear weather.
Q. Which bike should I opt for Leh Ladakh Bike Trip?
A. Royal Enfield is the best or the most popular bike for taking up road trip to Leh Ladakh. However, any other 150cc+ is also enough for Leh Ladakh bike tour.
Q. If we rent out the bike from you, do we have any option in selecting the bikes?
A. Yes. Besides Royal Enfield, you have other options available such as Bajaj Avenger, Bajaj Pulsar 150cc, and Yamaha FZ. We can also provide you Harley Davidson bike on additional cost. However, the availability of the bike and cost of renting it, is entirely depended upon the demand for a particular make. Hence, we welcome the idea of riding your own bike, if you have a suitable one.
Q. What is the condition of bikes we rent out from you?
A. While we keep adding new bikes to our fleet every year, you will find that all our bikes are handed over to the riders in well serviced, perfect conditions, so as to prevent hassles during the trip.
Q. Do you provide any backup vehicle which will carry our luggage and petrol?
A. Yes, a backup vehicle is always provided by us with road trips to Leh Ladakh. As the name suggests, this is a backup vehicle for breakdowns and emergency situations. Ladakh bikers are always recommended to get Ladakh Carrier installed on your bike to carry the luggage, which should be packed light with absolutely necessary and limited stuff. Please follow our list of required stuff for this trip which is generally shared after the booking is confirmed.
Q. Will there be bike mechanic and medical support team during this trip?
A. Yes, we have facility of a bike mechanic which accompanies you throughout the trip. Also, out tour leaders are well trained on handling medical emergencies, should such an unfortunate event occur during the tour.
Q. I have my own Royal Enfield bike but I am not yet sure whether to bring my bike or rent out one from you. So can I book for the tour now without bike and then pay for bike just before the trip, if needed?
A. It’s indeed a good thing that you have your own suitable bike for the trip. Since, you are equipped on riding it and understand it better than us, this is always the best option. However, under sceptical situations of not riding on your own bike, you can rent it out from us at the very last moment also. However, this last minute booking comes with its own disadvantages. Priority will always be given to clients who have pre-booked the bike with us. Also, in renting out bikes, you get fewer options to choose from and you may not be entirely comfortable riding it as compared to your own bike. Also, depending upon the demand for the bikes, charges may hike. So, as the best option, ride your own bike or else pre-book with us for renting it out. However, if that is not entirely possible, you can rent it out at the very last moment also.
Q. Can 2 people ride on a bike? Is a pillion rider allowed? If yes, then what are the charges?
A. Yes, pillion riders are allowed on bike tours to Leh Ladakh. It entirely depends upon the capacity of your bike. We at Crazy Riders Adventure Tours do not have a separate policy for individual or pillion rider. The charges quoted are per person cost, and, hence the pillion rider is also considered as an individual, and charges are applicable as per person cost.
Q. If Pillion rider is allowed, will it not be difficult to carry two peoples’ luggage on a single bike?
A. While embarking on the bike tour to Leh Ladakh, Ladakh carrier is a must to be installed on your bike. This is provided if you rent a bike from us, and, if you are taking the tour on your bike, then, it is recommended to get it installed. Also, for a bike tour to Leh Ladakh, always pack light so that luggage doesn’t become a problem. Still if you encounter difficulties accommodating your luggage on the bike, we can always help you out by accommodating it in the back up vehicle, which is at your service throughout the tour.
Q. My vehicle is registered outside of J&K or Leh Ladakh. So, do I need any special permission for riding or driving in my vehicle during this trip?
A. No, you do not need any special permission to take the road trip to Leh Ladakh with your own vehicle, as long as the vehicle is registered on your name and you are carrying original Registration Certificate, PUC and insurance documents with you. Please note that soft copies of these documents may not be acceptable at certain places.
Q. Is the fuel cost included in this trip?
A. No, the fuel cost is not included in this trip.
Q. What kind of roads can we expect to experience during this Leh Ladakh bike trip?
A. On this trip to Leh Ladakh, one experiences all kind of roads. You will get a privilege to ride on excellent tarmac roads, high pass roads, hair pin bends, off roading and riding even in waters streams.
Q. What riding gears do I need for Leh Ladakh trip?
A. The road trip which you are about to embark, promises to give you all sort of experiences. So, all your riding gears should be able to withstand against nature’s force of rain, hail and snow. We recommend that at the very least, a riding jacket, riding pants, riding shoes, riding gloves and full face helmet should be used by all riders, whether it is the rider or the pillion rider. We help you out to rent out all the riding gears also.
Q. What if my bike meets with an accident or stops in between, to the extent that help may be required from nearby village? In such cases, what is your policy?
A. In such uneventful circumstances, we allow the rest of the group to move forward, while a person from our organizing team, stays back with you till the time help arrives and we are double sure that you and your bike are safe enough to take the rest of the day’s trip.
Q. What will be the minimum and maximum size of each batch?
A. We generally follow a policy of taking minimum 25 and maximum 40 pax.
Q. Can we take this trip to Leh Ladakh in a car? If yes, then do we need to pay petrol charge? And in case of breakage, of that personal car, will you be able to provide support? Will that be chargeable?
A. Ofcourse guests can join us with a CAR/SUV/JEEP/. Our package is excluding of fuel charges for all segments. Expert bike mechanic and backup vehicle driver are always present, but with limited knowledge of servicing 4 wheelers, to an extent that they will be able to fix the problems on temporary basis only.
Q. Being on such heights, can we face lack of oxygen or any such related medical condition?
A. Generally, with an increase in altitude, level of atmospheric oxygen starts to dip. This becomes highly evident at altitudes of places such as Leh Ladakh. You may face challenges with normal breathing or a medical condition termed as Altitude Sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness. We do keep oxygen cylinders with us for severe conditions that may arise occasionally. But, it is pretty easy to tackle this situation. Follow some basic rules like:
1 1. Drink lots and lots of water mixed with glucose.
2 2. Take everything slow. Even little labour at high altitudes will leave you spent.
3 3. Take one tablet of Diamox at Manali on the morning before leaving for Leh. Diamox takes one hour to start working on your body.
4 4. Don’t push too hard, take the trip slow. Ascent slowly, decent slowly.
5 5. If you feel the symptoms creeping up, stop and take some rest. Don’t keep pushing.
6 6. Always follow the instructions of your tour leader as they are accustomed to handling such situations.
Q. Are there any meals included in this bike trip to Leh Ladakh?
A. Yes. The tour cost is inclusive of all breakfasts & dinners for the entire length of the tour package.
Q. Can you brief us on the accommodation facilities?
A. The accommodation is provided to you in both, hotels and tents, depending upon the place of stay. Manali and Leh have hotel accommodations. Hotel preference is yours. We generally provide accommodations in Deluxe or 3 start hotels. Jispa, Sarchu, Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake have comfortable tent accommodations.
Q. In case of accommodations in tents, what type of tent you provide? Are they waterproof? Are bed sheets, pillows, sleeping bags etc. provided? Do such locations have attached washrooms or common ones?
A. Tent accommodations are provided in either luxurious camps with bed or Swiss cottage type tents, which are completely waterproof which comprise of master bed room with attached washroom.
Q. My girlfriend also wants to join. So I am bit worried about safety and also washroom facilities during daytime. Can you explain on this?
A. You are most welcome to bring your girlfriend along on this trip. As part of our tour groups, there are many female riders or pillion riders, so safety never becomes a concern. Moreover, our team and our guests follow some basic rules of respecting each other’s privacy and dignity. Among the friendly atmosphere of the group, there is a strict discipline which is followed specially w.r.t. female members of the group. As far as the washroom facilities are concerned, during the trip there are many public conveniences en-route, which are used by female members of the group.
Q. What is the amount of tax paid on the total package cost?
A. As per Government of India GST policies, 5% tax will be levied extra on the total package cost.
Q. The first day of the itinerary shows a travel plan from New Delhi to Manali, which is roughly 500 km from Delhi. So are we riding this distance by bike on a single day?
A. Yes, the first and the last day of the trip plans to cover 500 km from New Delhi to Manali and Pathankot to Delhi respectively, on smooth tarmac national highway. This distance need to be covered on individual bikes or cars, and, so that we do not face any troubles travelling this distance, we start early from Delhi and make it a point to reach Manali by 6 – 7 p.m. The remaining days of the trip, asks you to ride for only 150 km – 200 km, per day.
Q. Which telephone network is accessible?
A. Generally network issues arise in Leh where you only have access to post-paid connections from BSNL, Airtel and Jio. At other halting points, network should not be such a concern. But, do remember to carry post-paid connection with you.