Far Out Himalaya, Manu Temple Road, Old Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131, India
We operate with the highest standards of quality. A small group, with backup vehicle and tour leader in the front and a jeep at the back will move through the roads from Manali to Leh. We will arrange everything for you. The only thing you need to do is wear your leather jacket and those cool shoes along with windcheater to protect from cold.
Manali, Jispa, Sarchu , Leh, Khardung La, Nubra valley, Pangong lake
Day 1: Sightseeing in Manali,
Altitude: 2050 metres
After breakfast, each one of you will be provided with a motorbike. Try it, test it and you will go for a ride. Ride your bike to get acquainted with the hilly roads and you will explore Manali and its beautiful surroundings with a local bike tour guide. You will also visit Naggar Castle, Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery, a few Hindu Temples and the sacred hot springs in Vashisht. This sightseeing ride will acclimatize you with the weather as well as the bike. |
Day 2: Manali to Jispa
Travelling distance: 115 km
You will drive your bike along the left bank of the Beas River passing through several villages,until you reach the Rohtang Pass situated at an altitude of 3980 m. You will then drive down to reach Gramphu, and then the passport check point at Koksar. Afterwards, you will carry on to reach Keylong; the tribal district headquarters. A further 35 km drive will lead you to the campsite at Jispa or Darcha. |
Day 3: Jispa to Sarchu
Altitude: 4250 metres
Travelling distance: 116 km
You continue riding higher on zigzag uphill roads in the shadow of hanging glaciers to the scenic Baralacha La (4890 m). Baralacha La is the originating point of Chandra, Bhaga and Yunam rivers. After a long ride you will take a break at Bhartpur and have lunch, before you continue our ride to the Sarchu plateau. There will be an overnight stay at the Sarchu campsite. |
Day4: Sarchu to Leh
Travelling distance: 250 km
You will leave the vast Sarchu plateau, to head up a curvy drive until you reach Namik La (4950m), where you can experience the spectacular view of rugged rocks and their unique geological formation. Then you go over Lachu Lang La (5090 m). before descending to the gorge of the cliffy Gangla Jal to Pang. You will leave early to head back the same way until reaching in Sumdo, then reaching at Mahe, where the main road leads to Leh. You will be driving along the Indus River. On the way you will have the opportunity to visit Thiksey and Shey Monasteries. Overnight stay in hotel. |
Day 5: Bike ride via Khardung La to Nubra valley
Travelling distance: 135 km
We will provide you with new bikes which can be used in Leh, and we will begin our tour with an uphill journey to Khardung La – the highest motorable road in the world. Khardung La is the highest point in our bike trip. Visit to the Diskit monastery and the giant statue of Maitreya Buddha, which is the tallest Buddha statue in Ladakh. On arrival, check into your camp. Later in the afternoon visit the white sand dunes at Hunder where you can enjoy the Double Humped Bactrian camel ride (on direct payment). The rest of the evening is free for leisure activities. You will stay for the night in the Camp. |
Day 6: Bike ride on same route via Khardung La to Leh
Travelling distance: 135 km
After Breakfast drive back to Leh. Khardung-La which means Pass of Lower Castle,' is major caravan route from Leh to Kashgar in Central Asia. The rest of the evening is free for leisure activities. Overnight stay in hotel |
Day 7: A overnight trip to Pangong lake
Altitude: 4350 metres
Travelling distance: 150 km
We will start early morning from Leh to Pangong Tso lake which is a six hour drive. On the route, you will visit Chang La Pass,the third highest motorable road in the world. Pangong Tso lake is located at an altitude of 4350 m, with a picturesque sky-blue colour as it glistens in the sunlight. There is nothing more beautiful than this lake. You would not want to leave the place. You will have a good lunch sitting next to the lake, a memory which you will never forget. Spend the night in the Camp. |
Day 8: Ride back to Leh
Get-up early to if wish to see sun rise with beautiful lake. After having breakfast, we will head out back to leh follow the same route. On route visit the Hemis Monastery largest monastery in the Ladakh. You will stay for the night in the hotel. |
Day 9: Leh to Sarchu
Altitude 4250 metres
Travelling distance: 250 km.
After breakfast we will ride to Sarchu passing picturesque landscapes and majestic Himalayan mountain over Lachu Lang La (5090 m) and Nakee La (4950 m). We will stay for the night in the camp. |
Day 10: Sarchu to Manali
Altitude 3080 metres
Travelling distance: 230 km.
This will be the last day of your adventurous Leh bike tour. We will have breakfast, check out of the hotel, get on our bikes and head for Manali, We will start the day’s ride through Bharatpur, Baralacha La, Darcha, Jispa. En route we will cross Tandi which is the confluence of Chandra and Bhaga Rivers. We will pass through several villages of Lahaul such as Gondla, Sissu, Khoskar. We will remember the time of our journey when we were just starting the bike trip. We will finally pass over Rohtang Pass (3980 m) and end our journey in Manali. And hence, we will then go back to our home with many adventurous memories. |
Day 11: Departure Drop at Volvo Station.
Back-up vehicle for your luggage, extra petrol etc. A Royal Enfield motorbike 500cc/350cc A trained and experienced Royal Enfield Mechanic Accommodation for two persons in one hotel room or tent Food: breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner for all days
Package Price does not cover any expenses which are not mentioned in the list above.