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6 Days


Motor Biking

HIGHEST POINT: Khardungla Pass.

MAIN ATTRACTION’S: Hemis and Thiksey Monastery, Leh Palace, K-Top, Nubra Valley, Sand Dunes, Double hump camel ride, Hall of Fame, etc

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Info: Motorcycling is a common way for visitors to Ladakh to see the region’s breathtaking scenery and experience the local culture at their own leisure. The following are some tips for motorcycling in Ladakh:

  • Roads: The roads in Ladakh might be difficult, so you’ll need to be a confident rider. There are roads that are steep and rocky, while others are narrow and twisting. Always pay attention to your surroundings and adopt safety measures when driving.
  • Elevation: Ladakh is situated at a lofty altitude, with some of the region’s passes towering above 16,000 feet. Riders need to take their time getting used to the altitude and should know the warning signs of altitude sickness.
  • Permit: To enter Ladakh, tourists must first get an Inner Line Permit (ILP). The same goes for cyclists. You can get the permission from the appropriate authorities or online.
  • Safety: Protect yourself by always donning the mandatory headgear, gloves, and outerwear. It is recommended that riders bring food, drink, and a first aid kit just in case.
  • Best Time: Motorcycling in Ladakh is best done between June and September, during the warm summer months. All passes and highways are passable, and the weather is fine.
  • The Leh-Manali highway, the Leh-Srinagar highway, and Via Shinkula Pass are the routes for motorcyclists to reach Ladakh.

Riding a motorbike around Ladakh is, in general, an exciting and unique way to see the region. To have a safe and pleasurable ride, riders must be aware of the obstacles and take the required measures.

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Day 1 :

Arrive at Leh airport. You will be received by a representative of our company and transferred to the Hotel. Check in to the hotel for a complete day rest. O/N Leh

After the breakfast advance towards the confluence of the Zanskar- Indus Rivers.
Experience the world-famous hall of fame. Witness the holy Gurudwara Pathar Sahib and proceed towards the next destination. Visit the Magnetic Hill, where you can witness the unusual phenomenon of vehicles sliding uphill on neutral gear. Enjoy River rafting at World's Highest River rafting point
Later, enjoy dinner and overnight stay at hotel/guesthouse
Overnight at Leh

After Breakfast Ride to Nubra Valley via Khardungla (Highest Motor able road in the World, 18,380 ft) Arrive at Hunder by afternoon. You can have your lunch on your way around at Khalsar or Disket or Khardung village. Rest of the day one is free to explore Hunder Village and camel Safari in Sand Dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village. Overnight at Hunder

After an early Breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft) the lake shared by two countries India & China. Enjoy the beauty of the lake on the Bank while appreciating the changing Colors and fascinating high altitude of the Lake. Stay Overnight at Lake

Early morning enjoy the picturesque view of Sunrise on lake. After Breakfast drive back to Leh. While coming back you can visit Thikse monastery and Shey palace.
Overnight at Leh

Day 6 :

Package Includes and Excludes

Package Includes

  • • Toll fee, permit to all the restricted areas.
  • • Bike
  • • Backup Car
  • • Oxygen cylinder
  • • First aid kits.
  • • Accommodation with breakfast and dinner.
  • • Road captain for the entire tour in bike
  • • Mechanic/Technician
  • • Fuel

Package Excludes

  • • Beverages alcoholic and non-alcoholic, which are not included in the package.
  • • Basic spares parts of the bike (any damage/ change of spares payable as extra directly)
  • • Camels ride cost in Nubra Valley.
  • • Medical expenses/Insurance by any case.
  • • Air Tickets


What is the best time to go for a bike trip to Ladakh?

The best time for a bike trip to Ladakh is during the summer months, from June to September. The weather is pleasant, and all the roads and passes are open for travel.

What are the requirements to ride a bike in Ladakh?

Riders should have a valid driving license, a well-maintained motorcycle, and appropriate safety gear. Riders should also be prepared for the high altitude and extreme weather conditions.

Do I need a permit to ride a bike in Ladakh?

Yes, all visitors to Ladakh require an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to enter the region. The permit can be obtained online or from the designated authorities.

What are some popular routes for bikers in Ladakh?

Some popular routes for bikers in Ladakh include the Leh-Manali highway, the Leh-Srinagar highway, and the Nubra Valley circuit.

What are some important safety tips for bikers in Ladakh?

Riders should wear appropriate safety gear, including helmets, gloves, and jackets. Riders should also carry first-aid kits, water, and snacks. It is important to be aware of the road conditions and take necessary precautions, such as reducing speed on gravel or unpaved roads.

What is the local culture of Ladakh and how can bikers respect it?

Ladakh has a rich Buddhist culture, and visitors should be respectful of local customs and traditions. Riders should avoid loud music, excessive speed, and disturbing the natural environment.

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