Ladakh Bike Safari


Duration : 8 Nights / 9 Days

Destination Covered : Leh Ladakh,Leh Ladakh

Price (Starting From) : On Request


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Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival Leh full through inspection

Your exciting Ladakh tour would start with a comfortable morning flight to Leh. Upon your arrival, you would be greeted by a Ladakh bike safari representative at the airport; he/she would help facilitate a transfer to the hotel. Upon reaching and completing the check-in formalities, retire to your cozy rooms and spend some time relaxing. Your first day here would be at leisure so that you could acclimatize to the high altitude and the low level of Oxygen. This relaxation time would be really helpful in lending you enough energy for your days ahead of the adventure. After a full day good rest at the hotel, evening time a full through inspection of the bikes with our mechanic and then take a ride for to know the torque characteristic of the bike. Go riding on the Himalayan riding premier through the challenging roads around Leh. The tricky bends and stretches on the road will help you test the characteristics of the bike and acquaint yourself to handle the motor beast for your entire tour. Enjoy a delicious dinner served at the hotel and retreat to your room for a comfortable and cozy good nights’ sleep.

Day 2: Around Leh Indus valley sightseeing

Start your day with a delectable breakfast at the hotel, and take your first ride to the enthralling Hemis Monastery to kickstart your day of Ladakh tour. Any destination is said to be experienced the best when one indulges in its local culture, traditions, food, and anything that binds its people together. Talking about Leh, the place is laden with numerous monasteries and stupas, signifying its rich culture and a strong positive influence of Buddhism. Your first stop on this day of Ladakh tour, Hemis Monastery is a perfect place to absorb such positive vibes and experience the traditions of this picturesque destination. Located on the western bank of the gushing Indus River, the monastery is built upon a green hillside inside a gorge, surrounded by a gorgeous mountainous vista. Having seen something so lush and serene, head to the Thiksey Monastery to elevate this experience. One of the biggest gompas in Ladakh, it houses an abundance of intrinsic Tibetan architecture. There are paintings of the holy thangkas & ferocious deities, along with large pillars engraved with Buddha’s precious teachings. Absorb the spirituality and warmth this beautiful structure has to offer and enjoy a picturesque view of the green Indus valley expanse. After a day full of such an amazing cultural extravaganza, head back to the hotel on your Royal Enfield. Relax & unwind, and enjoy a scrumptious dinner before heading to your room for a comfortable nights’ sleep.

Day 3: Sham valley Sightseeing

Begin your day with another scrumptious breakfast at the hotel in Leh and then head towards Sham valley. Visit the oldest Alchi monastery which is situated in the heart of Alchi village. The monastery was built somewhere between 958 and 1055 AD by the Guru Rinchen Zangpo the view from the monastery is breathtaking. On the way back the picturesque spot in the Nimmu valley marks the confluence of the Indus River and its tributary Zanskar otherwise known as Sangam. The otherwise dry terrain of Ladakh is supported by these waterbodies, gaining character and vivacity. The point of confluence of these rivers passes through the breath-taking Zanskar Gorge, a dream for professional and amateur trekkers. En route to Sangam, you would be visiting the Magnetic Hill, a short stretch of road that is said to have magnetic properties, defying all the rules of gravity. If the vehicle’s engine is turned off while driving through this stretch, it would still keep moving and would go uphill. While some say that it is an optical illusion, others are just mesmerized by it considering it to be really magical. You would also take a halt at Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, a Sikh shrine of worship in Leh located at an altitude of 12,000 feet. This holy place of Sikhism is said to have been constructed in 1517 to commemorate the visit of Guru Nanak Dev (Founder of Sikhism) to the Ladakh region. Visit the Ladakh Hall of Fame. This well-maintained museum was constructed in the memory of the Indian soldiers who had lost their lives during the Indo-Pak wars. This two-storeyed museum has lots of information about these brave martyrs on display, as well as a souvenir shop, artifacts from the Indo-Pak wars (mainly Kargil), weapons and a plethora of important documents of national importance. Finally, return to your hotel after such an eventful day of your Ladakh tour. Enjoy a scrumptious dinner and retreat to your room for a comfortable good nights’ sleep.

Day 4: Leh to Nubra valley Via khardong la (5602 Mts) World's highest motor able road

Early morning proceeds to Nubra Valley via the World’s Highest Motorable road (5602 Mts) Khardungla Pass. Khardung La Pass (18,380ft above sea level): It is not very often that one gets to ride on a road at an altitude of 18,380 feet. That is where Khardungla Pass, meaning the ‘Pass of Lower Castle,’ is located on the way from Leh to the Nubra Valley in Ladakh. It is the highest motorable road in the world as signs put up by the Border Roads Organization proudly proclaim. Today at this day of your Ladakh tour your riding skills will be tested while crossing the Khardong la as the road around the pass is rough, high and bumpy. Arrive at Nubra Valley and proceed for a visit to the White Sand Dunes at Hunder. You can also enjoy a camel ride here (Camel ride on direct payment basis). Nubra Valley: Popularly called the orchard of Ladakh, Nubra valley offers a graceful view of yellow and pink wild roses in summer and a carpet of wild lavender in the post-monsoon season. You will definitely be overwhelmed to see the Bactrian Camels (Shaggy double hump Camel) around sand dunes. Thereafter, check in at Swiss comfortable Camp or Hotel. The evening is for you to spend at leisure. Dinner & overnight stay at the camp or hotel.

Day 5: Nubra valley to Pangong lake via Shayok valley

The morning after Breakfast proceed for Diskit Monastery. Diskit Monastery: One of the oldest temples of this area, the temple has a huge idol of Tsong-Kha-pa, crowned with a Gelugpa yellow hat. The Diskit Gompa dates back to the 14th century and owes its inception to Changzem Tserab Zangpo, a disciple of Tsong-Kha-pa. Post the Diskit Monastery, proceed on your Ladakh tour towards Pangong lake. The ride will mostly be along the River Shayok. En route you'll go through many villages of Shayok valley like Agham, Shayok, Durbuk, and Tangtse. After crossing these villages you'll come across the picturesque Pangong lake which is one of the major draws of the Ladakh tour. a location of several film shootings and known for its pristine waters surrounded by awe-inspiring mountains, Pangong Lake is a prime tourist attraction. The long and narrow lake lies in the neighborhood of the famous Chushul Mountains. Overnight stay at Deluxe camp on the shores of Pangong Lake.

Day 6: Pangong Lake to Sakti Via Chang La pass

After breakfast at the camp, ride back towards Leh. On your way, you will cross Changla Pass, the third highest motorable road in the world. Your riding skills will be tested again today as you will have to cross a high pass where there are similar conditions as in Khardong La pass. The whole day of your Ladakh tour is laden with amazing sceneries of never-ending Himalayan mountain ranges. Passing such gorgeous bounties of nature, reach Sakti village spectacular village at the base of Warila pass. Overnight at Sakti village.

Day 7: Sakti to Tsomoriri Lake Via Chumathang Hot spring

Early departure for Tsomo-RiRi Lake (alt: 15,000 ft.) riding through Chumathang (hot springs), Mahe and Puga Sumdo. Tsomoriri Lake is one of the destinations during your Ladakh tour where you do not need to cross any high pass. Tsomoriri Lake (28 km long & about 8 km wide) is the breeding ground for many migratory birds including the rare bar-headed geese.Tsomoriri is mind-numbingly beautiful, Calm and sacred lake for Ladakhis. Tsomoriri is slightly higher than Pangong Tso and the water is far less brackish supporting more birdlife. The water is crystal clear and of a deep blue color. Overnight stay in a Deluxe camp with the breathtaking view of the Lake.

Day 8: Tsomoriri Lake to Leh Via Tsokar lake and Tanglang - La pass

After breakfast retrace the route down to Puga Sumdo and then follow the road across the Polokongka Pass (4920 meters) to visit Tsokar Lake, a salt lake system in the Rupsho plateau which is home of the Changa nomads and supports many rare wildlife species. After sightseeing of the area take the Manali-Leh road to return to Leh, crossing Taglang-la (alt: 17,585ft) en- route. Arrive hotel in Leh for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 9: Departure with sweet memories of Ladakh tour

Departure with sweet memories of Ladakh tour


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  • Sightseeing

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