Ladakh is a high altitude mountainous region bounded by the Karakoram Range from the north and the Great Himalayas in the south. Often described as ‘Moonland' on account of the unique lunar landscape, Ladakh abounds in awesome physical features set in an enormous and spectacular environment. For close to a millennium, the region was an independent mountain kingdom of strategic importance. Leh, the royal capital, was a major crossroads of Asia and a stopping point on the ancient migration routes of the trans-Himalayas, connecting Central Asia with the Indian sub-continent. From here, the old caravan routes led westward through Kashmir to the Silk roads, northward across the Karakorum Pass to Central Asia, eastward across the Chang-thang highlands to Tibet and China, and southward through present-day Himachal Pradesh to the plains of India. Many migrants have traveled through Ladakh, some settling on the way, giving a distinctive characteristic to its population - from the west, early Dard settlers and later-day invaders from Baltistan; from the east, Tibetan settlers, invaders and rulers; from the north, traders from Yarkand; and much later, Dogra conquerors from Jammu in the south.

Trip Details


Day 1
Delhi to Manali Overnight Journey by Volvo

Upon arrival at New Delhi, we will provide you with the pickup point from where we will start our Bus Journey to Manali. Our crew member will meet you at the pickup point and help you to get on the bus. Get ready for the long overnight journey from Delhi to Manali. It’s a 530Kms distance which may take 13-15 hours to reach Manali. 

Day 2
Manali Local sightseeing

On the 2nd day of the Leh Ladakh Bike Trip, you will reach Manali in the morning; our crew member will pick you up from the bus stop and drop you at the hotel. After lunch, we will start the ride, to begin with we will explore some of the sacred temples of Himachal Pradesh, we will explore Naggar castle and local sightseeing on this day. Dinner only.

Day 3
Manali to Sarchu

After breakfast we will bid a goodbye to Manali and start our journey towards Sarchu. We will be crossing Atul Tunnel at the height of 3000Mtrs Asl, Jispa & Baralacha la pass as well before reaching Sarchu. We will be traveling on Manali Leh highway for the entire day. We will reach Sarchu by evening.

Day 4
Sarchu to Leh

After breakfast, we will start our further journey towards Leh Ladakh, we will cross Gata Loops and reach Naki La mountain pass to begin with. Most of the terrains are mix with good and bad roads, so one needs to be extra careful while riding on these mountains. We will also be crossing Lachungla mountain pass and Tanglang La pass, which is the 2nd highest mountain pass in the World. By evening we will reach Leh.

Day 5
Leh half day local sightseeing

After 2 days of tiring ride, we will start exploring Leh local sightseeing. We will start our ride after 12 noon, we will be exploring Pathar sahab gurudwara, Magnetic Hill, Indus & Zanskar river confluence and Shanthi Stupa in the evening.

Day 6
Leh to Nubra valley

Today we will start our journey towards Nubra valley, Nubra valley is a coldest desert situated at the height of 10000ft asl in Himalayas. Before reaching we will cross Khardungla pass at the height of 5380Mtrs, which is the worlds highest motorable road. We will also visit Diskit gompa and Hunder sand dunes, where you can do double hump camel safari. By evening we will reach the camp in Nubra valley.

Day 7
Nubra valley to Pangong lake

After breakfast we will start our journey towards world famous Pangong lake at the height of 14000Ft asl, we will be taking Nubra – Shoyk valley route, the entire roads are very tricky with sudden twists and turns with multiple water crossings. We will reach Pangong lake by evening, rest of the day you can spend time near the lake.

Day 8
Pangong Lake to Leh

After breakfast we will start our return journey to Leh Via Changla mountain pass, Changla pass is situated at the height of 17900ft height and it’s the 3rd highest mountain pass in the world. We will reach Leh by evening and rest of the day you can spend time by yourself by spending time in Leh local market for shopping our by souvenirs.

Day 9
Leh to Sarchu

After exploring one of the magnificent creations of God, we will start our return journey towards Sarchu. On the 9th day of Manali Leh Manali Bike trip, we shall go for an entire stretch from Leh to Sarchu. This stretch is the most scenic part of the entire trip as the landscape changes drastically every minute. We will be crossing Tanglangla Pass, Gata Loops, Nakeela Pass, Pang, Moore Plains, and to reach the beautiful Sarchu campsite.

Day 10
Sarchu to Manali & Departure

On this day of the trip from Sarchu, we drive through Jispa, Keylong, Tandi, Sissu and head towards Manali. Considered to be the last village in Lahaul Valley, Jispa is the perfect hideout if you are looking for some peace and calm. The village is also the pit stop for travelers making their way to Leh. We will be crossing Baralacha La Pass and Atal Tunnel to reach Manali, it’s been a great journey. And it’s not the end. On the contrary, it’s the beginning. It’s the beginning of a promise to return to the fascinating Himalayan valleys where you made friends for life with its people, the colours of the landscape, the smell of fresh air, the gaze of the millions of stars, and your always-smiling friends. We will drop you to Volvo Bus stand towards your onward journey (No Stay at Manali).

Package Price

1 Bike 1 Person: ₹40, 000/- per person

1 Bike 2 Person: ₹31, 000/- per person

SUV: ₹27, 000/- per person

Own Bike Own Fuel: ₹24, 000/- per person


Accommodation on Double sharing basis
10 days / 9 nights
1 Bike 1 Person: ₹40, 000/- per person
1 Bike 2 Person: ₹31, 000/- per person
SUV: ₹27, 000/- per person
Own Bike Own Fuel: ₹24, 000/- per person
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