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 Leh ladakh Bike expedition on Royal Enfield 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.

      • Total Duration of the trip:  10/11 Days
      • Places Covered: Manali-Keylong-Jispa-Sarchu-Leh-Nubra-Pangong lake- Tso kar
      • Maximum Elevation: 19000 ft.
      • Starting Point of the Trip: Manali
      • Bikes:Includes 350 CC Royal Enfield without fuel, dual rider
      • Booking amount- 50%
      • Price for Foreign Nationals is 1850 € per person. Please read the FAQ's for further details
Use Arrows to see the Route Day wise

Per Person Cost

₹32,500.00

All Inclusive: Bikes on Dual Rider ; Excludes Fuel+service tax cost of 9% as per updated government regulations

Itinerary

Day 01: Delhi to Manali.

Departure from Delhi to Manali by Volvo Bus service.Your ticket for To journey till Manali is included in the the Overall costing.

Day 02: Manali local Discovery

Day 2 Indulge your self in the local discovery and find the hidden gems of this enchanting Himalayan town.Visit Hadimba devi Temple,perhaps the one and only shrine in the whole of India where the main deity is not a goddess in the real sense of the term, but a ‘Rakshasi’ or a female demon.Short visit to Vashisht rishi temple dedicated to sage Vashisht and houses a natural hot spring with therapeutic properties,the local Tibetan monastery,Manu Temple, Naggar castle,dedicated to the sage Manu, Naggar castle and Nicholas Roerich art gallery.

Day 03: Manali to Jispa

Day 2 start your biking expedition to Jispa a village in Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh. Jispa is located 20 km north of Keylong and 7 km south of Darcha, along the Manali-Leh Highway also called the Himalayan highway and the Bhaga river. There are approximately 20 villages between Jispa and Manali. Pass the Beas nalla the place before Rohtang pass where the river Beas flows and forms a stream and gorge, then to Marhi a "shanty town of roadside restaurants" in Himachal Pradesh located midway between Manali and Rohtang on the Manali-Leh Highway, and Rohtang pass at an elevation of 13,054 ft,

Day 04: Jispa to Sarchu

Day 3 after breakfast start your journey to Baralacha pass which is a high mountain pass in Zanskar range, connecting Lahaul district in Himachal Pradesh to Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, situated along the Leh–Manali Highway. En route you will be crossing Darcha a village on the Bhaga River in Lahaul region.It is the northernmost permanent settlement in Himachal Pradesh along the Manali-Leh Highway. And then you head towards Sarchu a major halt point with tented accommodation in the Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway, on the boundary between Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh.It lies on Baralacha La to the south and Lachulung La to the north, at an altitude of 4,290 m.The halt will add an extreme adventure to your biking expedition with its camp. Because of its sky reaching altitude, the only means of accommodation possible in the valley is camping.

Day 05: Sarchu to Leh

Day 5 move towards Leh covering approx 260 kms on your 350 cc Royal enfield. Leh, a high altitude desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s Jammu and Kashmir state. Originally a stop for trading caravans, Leh is now known for its Buddhist sites and astonishing landscapes. En route cross Naki mountain ranges situated between Gurla Dhār and Handi Got, cross over Lahera Dhār, Lachang La (5065 m) and Tanglang La pass (5300 m) which is the supposedly the highest mountain pass on the Manali – Leh highway and the world’s second highest motorable road. Enter the Indus valley from the Zanskar valley.At an elevation of 6000m, Zanskar is the wild and untamed valley of the clouds, with the Himalayas guarding it like a mother; it is where the skies speak, and the mountains echo, and the poppies and the edelweiss bloom.

Day 06: Leh - Khardungla - Nubra Valley

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.

Day 07: Nubra Valley to Leh

Head Back To Leh following the same Route.

Day 08: Leh to Pangong Lake to Leh

Day 7 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.
Head back to Leh during evening hours.

Day 09: Leh to Tso Kar Lake

Day 09 Proceed towards Tso Kar Lake.known for its size and depth, is a fluctuating salt lake situated in the Rupshu Plateau and valley in the southern part of Ladakh. Its cold and its brutish.

Day 10: Tso Kar Lake to Jispa

On Day 10 Drive back to Jispa from Tso Kar Lake

Day 11: Sarchu to Manali

Reach Manali and head to local discovery. Evening hours Depart for Delhi by Volvo services.

FAQ's

Question 1- Labour Cost and Repair

For any Repair during the expedition no Labour cost will be charged and you will bear the cost to cost of the spare part that is being repaired or replaced.In case the bike is not repairable you will be handed over a certain bike so that your journey don't end midway and you ride until your bike gets repaired.

Question 2- Speed


The speed limit depends on the regions you cross during your overland mountain expedition.You will be handed over the speed chart and the guidelines once you step in Manali.

Question 3- Damage to Bike, Insurance and Payable amount.(Important)


a) The bikes are insured.In case of minute damage to the bike(restricted to categories identified by the us) no damage will be borne by you and we will take the damage upon them in good faith.The list of categories of damage will be handed over to you in Manali.

b)In case the bike is damaged to such an extent that it becomes expensive to repair the bike.The expenses of the repairs will have to be transferred to you and the you will have to pay the amount to settle the damage.

c)In case the Bike becomes totally non repairable, which means the bike has suffered huge damage and not in a state to recovered to use it further, the amount discussed upon further discussion with the insurance companies have to be borne by you.

Question 4 - Accommodation

All accommodation throughout the trip will be on twin sharing basis.

Question 5 - How do Foreign Nationals Make Payment

Prices, Inclusions and Exclusions are different for Foreign and Indian Nationals.Please read the Inclusion and Exclusion thoroughly before making the payment
All Payment solution is available securely by Net banking, International Debit and Credit Cards and Pay pal.

Question 6 - Bikes Available

Type 1: 350 CC Royal Enfield Classic
Type 2: 350 CC Royal Enfield Electra
Type 3: 350 CC Royal Enfield Standard

Question 7- What physical criteria will ensure I'm fit enough to Do the Expedition?

Good overall fitness, flexibility, and healthy will ensure you complete the expedtition safely and comfortably. Those with acute or chronic health conditions impacting their stamina, range of motion, coordination, or balance may have difficulty completing the expedition. If you are in doubt about your own physical readiness, consult a physician well in advance of booking your trip!

Question 7- What do I need to know about sun protection?

It may seem counter-intuitive, but your skin is in more danger of sun damage on the mountains than while at the beach! The sun's intensity increases dramatically as we rise in altitude, and fresh snow reflects exponentially more UV rays than does the sand. You will need to protect your skin with clothing and sunblock. A sunblock specifically for mountain conditions is recommended. If you wear prescription eyeglasses its recommend that you get your prescription fitted to sunglasses.

Question 8-What happens if I get sick or injured during the expedition ?

We take all possible precautions to proactively ensure the safety and wellness of our rider, but rest assured that our guides are trained and experienced in dealing with emergencies. Each guide is trained in first aid. In the case of altitude sickness, you will immediately be taken to a lower altitude. If necessary, your guide will rescue you to the nearest Sattelite town.

Question 9-Are solo female travelers safe on Himalayan Expeditions?

We ensure the travel safety of all our guests, both male and female. Indian himalayas, on the whole, is both very safe and welcoming of foreign visitors. We have longstanding, strong relationships with the lodges we frequent, and know them to be safe and reliable. In addition our guides are consistently mindful of all guests' whereabouts while travelling. We travel in small groups, all the better to easily maintain continual contact.

Question 10-What communication options exist while Expedition?

It varies. Mobile coverage is expanding around the world rapidly, and the Himalayas are no different… did you know that 3G coverage is available all over Mount Everest? There is no guarantee of uninterrupted coverage.

Inclusion

  • Inclusions for Indian Travellers


  • 1-Accommodation in Guest house/hotel in Manali/Jispa & Leh on MAP (breakfast & dinner)
    2-Accommodation in Fixed Tented Camps at Sarchu, Tsokar Lake,Nubra valley on MAP (breakfast & dinner)
    3- MAP basis (Room+Breakfast+Dinner.) Breakfast will start on 2nd day And Dinner will start from day one.
    4-One support/ back-up vehicle (Mahindra Bolero camper) throughout the bike tour.
    5-350 CC Royal Enfield bike without fuel. 2 Helmet per the itinerary.(Dual Rider)
    6-One bike mechanic through the biking tour with spare parts.
    7-Tour Guide & Entrances to place of visit & Restricted Area Permit and wildlife fee for Nubra valley & Pangong Lake.
    8-First aid kit entire tour
    9-One time Bonfire during camping(based on permit and availability of wood)
    10-One Helmet + Go Pro Camera for Bike leader to shoot video and pictures of the entire tour.
    11-A tempo traveller Vehicle for day tour to Pangong Lake.
    12-Delhi-Manali-Delhi Volvo Bus tickets

  • Inclusions for Foreign Citizens


  • 1-Accommodation in 4* Guest house In Manali, Leh on MAP (breakfast & dinner)
    2-Accommodation in Fixed Tented Camps at Sarchu, Tsokar Lake,Nubra valley on MAP (breakfast & dinner)
    3-MAP basis (Room+Breakfast+Dinner.) Breakfast will start on 2nd day And Dinner will start from day one.
    4-One support/ back-up vehicle (Mahindra Bolero camper) throughout the bike tour.
    5-500 CC Royal Enfield bike with fuel
    6-One bike mechanic throughout the biking tour with spare parts.
    7-Tour Guide & Entrances to place of visit & 8-Restricted Area Permit and wildlife fee for Nubra valley & Pangong Lake.
    9-First aid kit for the entire tour
    10-One time Bonfire during camping(based on permit and availability of wood)
    11-One Helmet + Go Pro Camera for Bike leader and Bike Sweeper to shoot video and pictures of the entire tour..
    12-GST of 5% as per updated Government Regulations
    13-Delhi-Manali-Delhi Transfers using Luxury Volvo Bus Service
    14-ATV ride free in Solang Valley or Nubra Depending on Travellers Wish.
    15-Riding Gear includes Jackets + Pants + Elbow Guards + helmets + Knee Guards
    16-Reflector Lights and Jackets for each Rider
    17-Fuel for the full Journey

    Exclusion

  • Exclusions for Indian Travellers


  • 1-Any airfare & train fare apart from mentioned above in inclusion.
    2-Travel & medical insurance.
    3-Any rescue service expenses.
    4-Accompanied paramedic/ doctor.
    5-Main meal (lunch) throughout the tour.
    Any personnel expenses like, biking gears (optional),ropes, drinks, bar & beverages, laundry,telephone, tips, donations, video camera fees, room service, and anything which is not included in the above.
    6- Bus Luggage Charges of 20 Rs Per person
    7- Jerikens Charges of 65 Rs/ Jerican 5 lt.
    8-GST of 5 % as per updated regulations
    9- Newly introduced LAHDC Cost of 560 per person
    10- Cab charges from Manali Bus station to accommodation in Manali
    11- Fuel for the Journey

  • Exclusions for Foreign Travellers


  • 1-Any airfare & train fare apart from mentioned above in inclusion.
    2-Travel & medical insurance.
    3-Any rescue service expenses.
    4-Accompanied paramedic/ doctor.
    5-Any personnel expenses like(optional), drinks, bar & beverages, laundry,telephone, tips, donations, video camera fees, room service, and anything which is not included in the above.

    Cancellation Policy

    Case 1- Cancellation from Customer's end

    1-30% of the deposit amount if cancelled 30 days prior to trip start date.
    2-50% of the deposit amount if cancelled 20 days prior to trip start date.
    3-90% of the Full amount if cancelled 10 days prior to trip start date.

    Case 2- Cancellation due to Natural Contingency,Political Turmoil, Disaster

    No Money will be Refunded in Case 2.

    Essentials List

    1 High Quality Winter Jacket
    3 High Quality Winter Fleece
    1 Rain Cover for Body
    2 Pair Warmers
    3 Pair Tre/Riding Pants

    Other Essential

    1 Winter Cap
    1 Pair High QualityGloves
    1 Scarf and Muffler
    1 Trek/Riding Shoe
    1 Think Outer and Thin Inner Socks
    12 Pair: Change Socks Everyday
    1-Back Pack (50-70 lt.)
    1-Rain Cover For Bags
    1-Sandals Slippers for Evenings
    2-Insulated Water bottles

    Electronics

    2-Battery packs
    2 10000 MAH BATTERIES
    4-6 Camera Battery pack
    1-Head lamps

    Toilet Essential

    1 Winter Face Creme/Sun Protection
    1 Face Wash
    1 Hand Sanitiser
    1 Deodorant

    Riding Essentials

    1 High Quality Riding Gloves
    1 Barack Lava
    1 Pair Riding Arm Guard
    1 Pair Riding Knee Guard

    Documentation

  • Documentation for Indian Travellers


  • 1- Every Rider has the responsibility for submitting the required documents within the below mentioned timeline.
    2- A scanned copy of Photo Identity to be submitted within 7 days of the date of booking the expedition.
    3- Signed and scanned copy of the indemnity form

  • Documentation for Foreign nationals


  • 1- Every Rider has the responsibility for submitting the required documents within the below mentioned timeline.
    2- A scanned copy of Photo Identity to be submitted within 7 days of the date of booking the expedition.
    3- Signed and scanned copy of the indemnity form
    4- Self Attested scanned copy of Indian Visa 30 days prior to trip start date
    5- Self Attested scanned Copy of Passport 30 days prior to trip start date
    6-Schedule for Arrival and Departure in India.
    Available Dates
    Adults:

    What's so great about us!

    Extraordinary, Extreme and Breathtaking Himalayan Expeditions.
    Expert team of certified mountaineering guides.
    High Quality Camping Equipments, Technical Equipments for Climbing and Mountaineering.
    Highly Skilled Bike Leader/Sweeper and Mechanic for Motorbiking Expeditions.
    Huge fleet of Royal Enfield Bikes for Overland Himalayan Motorbiking Expeditions.
    Extensive knowledge of Himalayan Ecosystem and Geographical territory.
    Critical response team well trained for Altitude sickness, High Altitude Acclimatisation Problems and Emergency exits.
    Huge Network of Guesthouses, homestay and Hotels for extraordinary stay.
    Professional team of Film Makers and Photographers for Shoot during Travel.
    High Quality Goodies for Each traveller.