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Bike Tour

Landscape and culture that bears this comparison. It lies to the east-northeast of Kashmir and forms a part of the State. For many years, the caravans from Kashmir and Yarkand (in Central Asia) met in the bazars of Leh. The ethnic mixture can still be observed in its streets.

Trek Route from Leh

Manali- Naggar- Jana Water fall - Keylong–Sarchu-Leh(ladakh)-Tsomoriri lake- Khardung La -Leh

Best Season :

Season: Summer / June - october


The Passes:


Rohtang Pass- 3980m ;
Baralacha la pass- 4892 m ;
Tanglang la Pass- 5360 m) ;
Khardung la pass- 5606 m ;


Day 01: Manali

After breakfast, each individual will be provided with a motorbike, for you to explore Manali and its surroundings with a local guide. You will also visit Naggar Castle, Roerich Art Gallery, Hindu Temples and the hot springs in Vashisht.

Day 2: Manali to Keylong

You will drive along the Beas River upstream along the left bank through several villages, until you reach the Rohtang Pass (4050 m / 13,287 ft.). You will then drive down to reach in Gramphu, and then the passport check point at Koskar. Afterwards, you will carry on to reach in Keylong; the tribal district headquarters.

Day 3: Keylong to Sarchu

You will leave to the higher region, accompanied by zigzag uphill roads in the shadow of hanging glaciers to the scenic Baralacha La (4800 m / 15,748 ft.), before we descend to the Sarchu plateau. Overnight stay on Sarchu campsite.

Day 4: Sarchu to Tsokar

You will leave the vast Sarchu plateau, to head up a curvy drive until you reach Namik La (4950 m / 16,240 ft.), where you can experience the spectacular views of rugged rocks and their unique geological formation. Then you go over Lachu Lang La (5090 m / 16,699 ft.)before descending to the gorge of the cliffy GanglaJal to Pang. You will then continue through the vast plateau of Kyang Chu-Thang (plateau of wild donkey) to Tsokar, via dusty and unidentified trails. The Tsokar lake - also called White Lake because of the salt deposits around it – is where extracted salt from its shores is still sold all over Ladakh, as well as yellow headed Wagtail, Pled Wagtail, Desert Wheatears, Raven, Horned Lark etc.

Day 5: Tsokar to Leh

After the breakfast drive to Leh by passing through Tanglang La Pass 17,585ft, second highest motorable road in the world, reach Upshi for entry of tourist and tourist vehicle, from here drive along with banks of Indus river & Valley. Arrive at Leh by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 6: Leh

Rest day, shopping and local sight seeing in Leh.

Day 7: Leh - Pangong Lake - Leh

After Breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft), through Changla Pass 17,350 ft., it is the third highest motor able road in the world. Arrive Pangong Lake, which is the highest salt water Lake in the World, shared by two countries India & China. Enjoy the beauty of the lake. Drive back to leh, overnight in hotel

Day 8: Leh - Khardung La - Leh

Today's tour will begin with an uphill until the Khardung La, as it is the highest point you will need to be cautious of altitude sickness. However, oxygen cylinders will be within the accompanying vehicle throughout the journey. Once you have reached on top of the highest motor able pass in the world, you can enjoy the magnificent views of Himalaya and its valleys. You will then head back for Leh, where you will have lunch and then you will be free for the rest of the day. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 9: Leh to Sarchu

The road goes through several villages over the world's second highest motor able pass before reaching in Sarchu. Overnight stay in camp.

Day 10: Sarchu to Sissu

After breakfast we ride from Sarchu to Sissu over Baralacha La (4800 m) and crossing Darcha, Jispa, Gemur & Keylong. Overnight at camp.

Day 11: Sissu to Manali

The last day of the tour, a 90 kms journey from Sissu to Manali. Crossing the Rohtang Pass ((4050 m) and Descend to Marhi, Gulaba, Kothi and finally reaching Manali. Journey ends with beautiful memories.

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