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For those looking to take in nature's grandeur in all of its pure splendor on a thrilling vacation, Leh Ladakh is a great choice. Smooth tarmac and water streams contrasts the stark mountains in Leh Ladakh's surroundings. The region is extremely lucrative given that to its dry climate and high altitude. Leh Ladakh has in store for you immense adventure like crossing lofty passes, embracing unexpected weather, and enjoying smooth and off-roading, all combined in one destination. So, if you have the love of nature hidden somewhere and you want to live your inner desires of travel, come to Ladakh and start this experience that will change your life. Apart from the lofty weather, Ladakh showcases places and activities like Shanti Stupa, Shey and Thikshey monasteries, the Sangam point of the Zanskar and Indus rivers, the world's highest altitude river rafting, a double-hump camel ride in the tranquil Nubra Valley, bungee jumping, paragliding, to name a few. Although Ladakh is said to be a place for bikers, experiencing its beauty in the comfort of your vehicle and driving to the lovely places, holds a special story. You can explore Ladakh as a weekend destination in over 4 days, with tour curated for you by us. We curate tours to live our tagline – Turning Journeys Into Memories. Connect with us through our SMPs or DM or whatsapp us at +91 705 300 7000 for embarking this road on our fixed departure dates or for a customized tour for you and your loved ones.
It's important to get adequate rest on the day you arrive in Leh so that your body can get used to the high altitude. This will help you avoid developing severe AMS symptoms for the remainder of your trip. We would pick you up at the airport and take you to the hotel. After obtaining a good night's rest, you can go on a little local trip in the evening to the 450-year-old palace complex of Leh Palace and Shanti Stupa. You can also meander through the market to eat local fare, buy locally made crafts, and purchase prayer flags.
The second day of the travel takes you to the Sham Valley side of Leh. The Sangam point, which is roughly 30 kilometers from Leh city, would be your first pit stop. The Indus and Zanskar rivers have cool, vividly colored water. You can also enjoy white water rafting here at the world's highest rafting point. You can go to Tsogtsi village, about 7 kilometers from Sangam location, which offers bungee jumping for your enjoyment. Spend some time here in solitude before leaving in the direction of Leh. On your way home, stop at Magnetic Hill to witness a natural phenomenon that defies physics. Next, go to GurudwaraPathar Sahib and worship there. then proceed to the Hall of Fame. This museum pays tribute to the fights made forthe country. After a successful day, head to your hotel, enjoy dinner, and get some rest.
The verdant, gorgeous treasure of Nubra Valley is nestled away in the upper reaches as you embark on the third day's adventure. In this high-altitude, frigid, lonely part of the Himalayas, it is an oasis, and its unmatched beauty offers a sense of relief. As soon as you leave Leh and start heading towards Khardung La, the first high pass of the trek, the air will start to feel cooler. At Khardung La, pause for a while, take a few lovely pictures, and then begin to descend. Along the way, you might expect to see some sand dunes' raw, morphing beauty. On the way, stop by the Diskit monastery, then unwind and have fun in the valley. There are adventure activities like ATV rides and Bactrian camel rides available.After a busy yet productive day, check into your camps and enjoy the day off.
As you begin to go from the lush grasslands of Nubra to the azure waters of Pangong, the fourth day may end up being the most exhilarating of the trip. It could be difficult to get from Nubra to Pangong since you might have to cross some water streams. Start early to prevent such occurrences. The highway you choose would follow the raging Shyok River. Before the magnificent grandeur of Pangong Lake takes your breath away, you can stop for a quick break in Durbuk or Tangste. Your speed will undoubtedly increase as you catch your first glimpse of the lake. Enjoy some time sitting and clicking along the bank of the lake. Notice how the colour of the water changes its shade as the day passes. This day doubles as you also retreat to Leh on the same day. Set out on the same route you took to get to Pangong from Nubra and back to Leh. At Durbuk, you make a detour and head in the direction of Chang La, another challenging mountain pass. At Chang La, take a moment to relax and take in the dramatic black-and-white contrast before reclining and moving toward Karu on the downhill side. You may also go paragliding in Sakti village, which is close to Karu. While traveling from Karu to Leh, stop by the Rancho School, visit the Shey and Thikshey monasteries before retiring into the comfort of your Leh hotel by evening.
We will say goodbye to one another and part ways today in hope to meet again sometime. Check out of your hotel as we get ready to take you to the Leh airport. With many friends and a lot of joyful experiences made along the way, we have reached our destination.
Q. What is the best time for Leh Ladakh Road Trip?
A. The best time to accomplish a road 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. 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. What kind of roads can we expect to experience during this Leh Ladakh road 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 will be the minimum and maximum size of each batch?
A. We generally follow a policy of taking minimum 5 people.
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:
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. 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.