Ladakh is a valley for those who know how to live, and how to travel. This “land of passes” is adventure personified and thrill manifested in a concrete form.Ladakh is a stimulating and gripping valley, a land of beauty and peace, and a paradise for those who love to live life on the edge. And if biking is the reason you live, then this expedition has a place for you. The expedition offers a challenging route, and is bound to take your breath away. Ride through the one of the most spectacular and picturesque landscapes in the world and cross over high mountain passes with breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks, rugged terrain and challenging routes. Come prepared for every possible weather from scorching sunshine to freezing blizzards, even in mid-summers.
Arrival at Leh and check into the guest house.Use this day mostly for acclimatisation process.Stroll around Changs pa road and indulge in the local flavour of Ladakh.
After the breakfast today you will take a hitch to Khardungla pass a mountain pass in between Leh and Nubra Valley.Sink in the Scenic landscapes of the Khardungla pass and then head towards Nubra valley which offers tremendous yet accessible scenery with green oasis villages surrounded by thrillingly stark spree slopes, boulder fields and harsh arid mountains.The postcard landscape of Ladakh and its iconic representation, the Hundar sand dunes is located in the Nubra Valley, at the base of the Karakoram range. The valley is splendidly beautiful, with the towering peaks of Himalayas in the backdrop and the crystal clear, blue fresh water lake- so clear that they reflect the skies, becoming one with them. Explore the valley on the back of a two-humped camel and lose yourself in the enchanting world of the Himalayas.
Head Back To Leh following the same Route.
Day 04 Rise early, have fresh breakfast and start your biking journey to Pangong Tso Lake ,a lake on the Indo-China border, situated high up at 4350 m and with only one fourth of the lake being in India. Situated near the Chang-la pass, the beauty of the lake is breathtaking and mesmerizing. The small camp and the yak safari make it for a perfect adventure afternoon for eccentric travellers. While, at one point you would feel as if the water is blue, there would be times when the colour would chance to emerald green and then to shades of blue, all making you want to rub your eyes and wonder if all this is actually real or just a fabrication of mind! Well, there isn’t a thing that is false for the waters of this lake change colours, and the best way to experience it is from within the banks of the lake.
Follow the same route back to Leh. Reach Leh by Noon.Day 05 spend most of the day in Discovering local gems around leh.
Day 06 Proceed towards Tsomoriri lake.The Tso Moriri Lake, locally known as the lha mo bla matsho is located in the Changthang Plateau of Ladakh. Situated at an elevation of 4522 m above sea level, it is the largest of the high altitude lakes in the Trans Himalayan region entirely within India and also entirely within Ladakh. Springs murmuring with the snow melt whispers of the neighbouring Himalayas nourish the fresh, slightly alkaline water of the Tso Moriri lake. The village of Karzok, the last inhabited village before Tso Moriri Lake is the only year round habitation of the village where Buddhist pilgrims meditate even in the harsh winters of Ladakh in the 400 years old Korzok Monastery. Tso Moriri Lake was designated as a Ramsar Wetland Conservation Reserve in 2002 and is the highest Ramsar site in the world. Northeast of Tso Moriri Lake is the Tso Kar Lake, a twin of Tso Moriri Lake , nicknamed as the Lake of Joy. The Ladakhi believe that the lakes were once connected and consider both the lakes sacred.
Head back to Leh.