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Make Your Ladakh Tour an Adventurous One with Our Enfield Motorbike Plan

Ladakh is undoubtedly one of the best places in India, and probably on earth, for its immense beauty and spectacular sceneries. Taking a tour through Manali, Ladakh and Srinagar can be one of your most memorable trips that you make, and we offer to make it all the more interesting and adventurous with our Enfield motorbike tour plan. Riding your own bikes through smooth and rough roads, would offer you an excitement of different level, combined with the scenic beauty of the places that you will ride through and visit.
To know more, please go through the planned itinerary for your Manali-Ladakh-Srinagar trip with our Royal Enfield motorbikes.

 

Tour Information


Region
Ladakh/Srinagar

Best time to Visit
June to September

Distance Covered
1350 Kmss

Temperature
10º C to 25º C

Max Altitude
5000 Mtrs

Price
Rs. 55,000

Itinerary

Day 1: At Manali

This is the first day of your tour which starts when you reach Manali by air or rail. Here, you can visit some of the local sightseeing places such as the Hadimba temple, the hot springs, and Manu temple. You also get to psych yourself up with your bikes, and hence check on the supplies, or any essentials that you may require to purchase for the rest of the trip.

Day 2: Manali to Sarchu (235 Km)

On the second day of the trip, you will be introduced with your Royal Enfield bikes, riding on which you will travel to Sarchu, a 235 Km ride from Manali. The travel will let you pass through and experience the scenic beauty of Manali – the greeneries around and the beautifully shaded landscapes.

You will stay at Sarchu, with all accommodations being made by our team.

Day 3: Sarchu to Leh (230 Km)

Today, you will take up a rough ride from Sarchu to Leh, passing through the Tanglang La, which is also the highest pass being motor able, in the whole world. This will let you experience one of the smoothest highways followed by rough roads.

You will have to be careful by riding through this distance, but the travel and excitement would be worthwhile.

Day 4: Time to Rest at Leh

You will be resting at Leh on the fourth day of your trip. You can check on your motorbikes, and also visit the local sightseeing places. Some of the major attractions here are the Leh Palace, Jama Masjid, Polo Grounds, Shanti Stupa, and War Museum among others, which you can visit through the day.

Day 5: Leh to Pangong Tso (164 Km)

Now, you take a ride of 164 Km from Leh to reach Pangong Tso. The ride will include crossing the Chang La pass, after passing through the Khardung La and Tanglang La passes. In between this 164 Km travel, you can also stop and visit some of the local sightseeing places such as the Shey, Thiksey monasteries, which are indeed too stunning to miss.

Moreover, you can stop now and then taking short breaks and capturing images of the beautiful sceneries around.

You will be reaching the Pangong Lake, to which you will be required to walk a little while carrying your bike along. Your night will be spent at this serene lake, with all accommodations being arranged. This place is also popular because of the shooting of the movie 3 Idiots being done here. You can take images for your memories forever.

Day 6: Pangong Tso to Leh (164 Km)

On day 6, you will ride back to Leh, and also make a visit to the Phunsuk Wangdu School, which you must have seen in the movie – 3 Idiots.

You will be staying the night at Leh.

Day 7: Leh to Nubra Valley (75-150 Km)

On day 7, you will take your bike rides through the Khardung La pass, and travel to reach the Nubra Valley, where you will be staying at night. On one hand, this ride will offer you with some overwhelming adventures en route, on the other hand, the valley is a mesmerizing beauty, a real treat to your eyes.

Day 8: Nubra Valley to Leh

Now, you will ride back to Leh from Nubra Valley. But before that you will experience the camel rides, visiting through the Hunder and Diskit villages and hot springs of Panamik. While en route, you will also travel through the Polokongka la pass as you pass away the Sumdo village, and finally you take your ride to the TSO Kar Lake.

You will spend the night at Leh.

Day 9: Leh to Kargil (231 Km)

Today, you will travel from Leh to Kargil, a 231 Km journey. And, on the way you will make a visit to the Lamayuru monastery, which is extremely popular in the region. Further, you will be crossing the Fotu La pass and ride downwards through the Leh-Srinagar road, and finally getting your feet to Kargil.

This will be a highly symbolic journey for you from Leh to Kargil, where the Ladakh population comprises of Buddhist people, and Kargil comprises of Islamic individuals. Thus, this is going to be a real transformational experience for you.

Day 10: Kargil to Drass to Srinagar (203 Km)

You start your ride from Kargil, passing through the Drass, which is an extremely cold place. Here you will visit the war museum and the royal Tiger Hill. Placing your respect and prayers for the brave soldiers, you will your ride further crossing the Zoji Las pass and reaching Sonmarg.

You stay at Srinagar for this night.

Day 11: Rest at Srinagar

From here, it is completely your choice. You may spend the day visiting local sightseeing places, do some shopping, or you may also take your train or flight back to your home.

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Departures & Price

Upcoming Departures

5 July to 15 July 2017

5 August to 15 August 2017

Price
Rs. 55,000 Per Rider
Rs. 45,000 Per Pillion

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Ladakh Bike Trip

Tour Inclusions

  • 10 Nights twin share accommodation
  • Breakfast and Dinner Included
  • All transfers and transportation for sight-seeing
  • Royal Enfield classic 500CC
  • Fuel, oil and maintenance mechanics
  • Tents, camping gear
  • English speaking crew, support vehicle

Tour Exclusions

  • Train / air fair
  • Travel insurance with motorcycles
  • Tips, phone calls, laundry and liquor
  • Entry fees for museums, monasteries, forts etc.
  • Security deposit