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Srinagar Leh Manali Bike Trip over high passes in an arid, largely treeless rain shadow, Ladakh boasts of classic Trans Himalayan scenery: huge khaki-colored valleys and harsh rock walls brought alive by the occasional splash of irrigated green. Traditional Tibetan Buddhist culture remains intact here, with beautiful monasteries that burst into life during dance festivals that have changed little in over 500 years. This contains everything an adventure lover wants – epic treks, sparkling high-altitude mountain lakes and a well – developed backpacker infrastructure based around the capital, Leh.
Major Passes Covered
Other Attractions Covered
● Yaye – Tso (Lake During Ride to Pangong from Tso-Moriri)
● Mirpal – Tso (Lake During Ride to Pangong from Tso-Moriri)
● Tso-Moriri Lake and Pangong Lake
● All Day Ride is less than 200 Kms
Welcome to the world of adventure traveling in Himalayas. Report by 12:00 Pm at the Tourist point of Srinagar Airport and our representative will meet you there. Later, we will transfer you to Sonmarg by Tempo Traveler. Overnight stay in Sonmarg.
Post breakfast, leave for BATALIK via Kargil. Cross the famous Zojila pass, Drass Village (2nd Coldest Inhabited place in the World) The ride gives you a spectacular view of the Kargil area. Visit the Famous Peaks; Tiger and Tololing from Vijay war memorial hall site. Overnight stay at Batalik.
Post breakfast, leave for Leh. Visit the Dha-Hanu village inhabited by the people considered as the last remnants of the Indo-Aryans. They have distinct features and their attire consists of elaborate jewellery. During the ride you will cover Sangam point (meeting point of Zanskar and Indus River), Magnetic Hill and Gurudwara pathar sahib. Overnight in Leh.
Enjoy a leisurely day in Leh and experience the beautiful and spiritual of Leh. You can visit Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Leh Market, Shey Palace and War memorial to name a few places. In the evening come back to the hotel and relax for the thrilling ride the next day. Overnight stay in Leh.
Post breakfast, take on the highest motorable pass in the world – Khardung-La pass - at 18,380 feet. In spite of the altitude, ride on some of the smoothest roads and gawk at the magnificent landscape. After celebrating at Khardung-La pass, descend into the dramatically different landscape of the Nubra valley.
Post breakfast, explore one of the most uncommon routes in Ladakh area via Shayok village, which has been opened recently for tourists.
Post breakfast, explore a route which is not commonly used for commercial bike trips.This route leads you to a beautiful lake birthed from the Himalayan mountains. Explore the new route from mahe bridge to chushul village. Within this route we may get chance to explore small lakes named Yaye-TSo and Mirpal-Tso. Have your lunch at chushul village, and experience the delicacies of nature. From mahe bridge, we will have to cover another 50 kms approx to reach our destination of Tso-Moriri. Overnight stay at Tso-moriri.
Post breakfast, leave towards Sarchu, which is commonly shared by the states of J&K with Himachal Pradesh. En-route you will be crossing the Tsokar lake, Mori-planes, Pang, Gata Loops, Nakee-la, Lachung-La. Rrach your destination of Sarchu by the evening. Overnight stay in Sarchu.
Post breakfast, begin your ride and drive at a leisurely pace as there is only a distance of 100 kilometers to be covered to reach your destination. En-route, enjoy the beauty of Baralacha-la Pass, Zing-zing bar. In the evening we will stay in camps and explore the Jispa Valley. Overnight stay at Jispa.
This is the final leg of our amazing bike trip. Start your day early and begin your ride from Jispa to Manali. This route is slightly rough. So, cover the maximum distance with minimum stopovers. Reach Manali in the evening by covering few of the most attractive mountain passes including the Rohtang-La pass. Overnight stay in Manali.
Post breakfast, check out from the hotel and leisurely explore the beautiful city of Manali until evening. Depart from the wonderful and mystic Himalayas back to Delhi in a Volvo bus.
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