8088 400 500
Manali to Ladakh
9 days 8 Nights Ladakh 1439 Km
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Tour ID
 T00019
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  8088 400 500
Overview

Buckle up for the Ride of your Lifetime with Tantra AdventureZ,
mounting on your Iron Horse, towards the mesmerizing cold desert
of Ladakh. Starting from Delhi, riding over 3000 km across the
rugged terrains of Himalayas, stopping over the sapphire lakes, and
conquering 10 high altitude mountain passes including the All
Mighty Khardungla that stands tall at the height of 18,380 ft. You
will relish the strenuous yet picturesque journey along the winding
foothills and curves that will make the adrenaline pump through
your veins on this Leh, Ladakh bike ride.
This is not where your burdens will dare to follow you; this is where
you dig out your fantasy and put it straight into reality.
You are Riding to the Top Of The World, with Tantra AdventureZ.

Itinerary
Day 1 Manali–Sarchu (via Rohtang La&Baralacha La) : 225 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:16,040ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading) DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (Easy – Moderate – Difficult) We will start this day early in the morning and head for Sarchu. Enroute we will negotiate 2 High Altitude Passes Rohtang la and Baralacha La. The ride from Manali to Sarchu would be full of adventure, negotiating Rugged Terrains and multiple Water Crossings. The Jaw Dropping views of the Lahul valley will leave you spell bounded. By the evening we will reach Sarchu, and then relax at our camping site
Day 2 Sarachu to Leh (Tangllangla, Lachhungla) : 251 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 17,580ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Tarmac road, off roads DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate This will begin our ride in the morning towards Leh. Just after Sarchu we will be riding across Gata Loops. These are 22 hair Pin bends, that makes you gain the altitude very quickly. We will be riding along two passes Nakee La and Lachung La before reaching Pang. Just after crossing Pang, we will ride across More Plains. More Plains are 50 KM long beautifully laid tarmac road in middle of spell bounding landscape. After crossing More Plains we will ride across Taglang La and enter the Leh city by the evening.
Day 3 Leh City
This will be the rest day. Enjoy the town of Leh and monasteries nearby. Places to visitwould be some very famous tourist spots; Shanti Stupa, Hall of fame, Old Fort, Leh palace, GurudwaraPathar Sahib and many more
Day 4 Leh–Nubra (via khardungla) : 126 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:18,380ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading) DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate The phrase dream come true describes this day. You will be riding through the HIGHEST MOTORABLE ROAD OF THE WORLD! Fairly acclimatized and used to your iron horse, you would ride on to the Highest motorable pass in the world - Khardung La 5,359 meters/18,380 feet and cross into the beautiful Nubra valley which has completely contrasting feature, characterized by white sands in the midst of snowcapped mountain ranges. The Hunder Sand Dunes are a unique bed of nature, located between Hunder and Diskit villages in the Nubra Valley. We would stay overnight in a typical high altitude Ladakhi village andwitness the rustic lifestyle of people in these most rugged terrains of the World. What you ride today has servedas a caravan route which used to feed the Silk route through Karakoram pass, for thousands of years. The Silk Route is now located in conflicted area between India and China.
Day 5 Nubra–Pangong Tso (via Shyok/Wari La) : 126 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 18,380ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading) DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate This day we take on the third axis - a ride to Pangong Tso via Shyok village. Today we will get the opportunity for real Off Roading. We will ride along the Shyokriver and cross the river bed several times. By evening you would arrive at one the most spectacular vistas of your life- the Pangong Tso Lake. It has some of the most beautiful hues of blue that you would ever see in your life. Its a lake that extends deep into China with only one third with India. A night by the lakeside camp is an experience of lifetime.
Day 6 Pangong–Leh (via ChangLa) : 156 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:17,688ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading) DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Difficult Having done Pangong Tso- now it is time to return back to Leh for your last evening in Ladakh. You could spend the time collecting some memorabilia from Leh town, or just have an easy evening looking back at your time spent in this wonderful part of the world. These memories will surely keep coming back to you.
Day 7 Leh–Sarachu (via TanglangLa, Lachungla, NakiLa) : 251 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 17,580ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading) DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate This day, you will ride on Leh-Manali highway. En-route, you will ride across More Plains. More Plains are 50 KM long beautifully laid tarmac road in middle of spell bounding landscape. After crossing More Plains we will take a halt at pang and then ride along the Gata Loops (21 Hair Pin bends)before reaching Sarchu. Sarchu lies in the middle of the two beautiful destinations, Manali and Leh. Have a comfortable stay at night in the camp.
Day 8 Sarachu–Manali (via BaralachaLa&RohtangLa) : 225km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:16,040 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading) DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Difficult In the morning, drive through the Sarchu and reach the Baralaccha Pass till noon. Enjoy a smooth ride up the Lahaul ranges and reach Rohtang pass. Rohtang pass will come with a number of challenges with mini-rivers of mud. By evening arrive at Manali and have a comfortable stay at the hotel in Manali.
Stay

  • Guesthouses/Hotels on Triple Sharing Basis
  • Tents on Double or Triple Sharing Basis

Meal

  •  Breakfast, Dinner on all days (Veg Meals)
  •  Coffee/Tea twice on all days

Other Inclusion
  • Tents where the camping will be done
  • Meals and beverages as described in the meal details
  • Road Captains with experience in riding in high altitudes and Himalayas
  • Royal Enfield trained specialist mechanic
  • First aid and group health medical kits
  • Back Up Vehicle to carry central equipment
Things To Carry
  • Vehicle registration certificate
  • Pollution under control certificate
  • Insurance of vehicle
  • Driving License
  • Voter ID card/ Aadhar Card/ Passport
  • Passport size photographs (4)
  • Emergency contact details
  • Riding Gear for the riders. (Gloves, jackets, boots, strap, helmets, bungee cords, guards)
  • Spare Parts if needed to be replaced while on ride (Riders can carry their own spare parts)
Terms & Condition
Terms and Conditions for tours as per the organizing vendors. The refund and cancellation policy will be explained in detail by the vendors. Advisory information will be provided before the commencement of the tour. For any further queries, you can contact Wheelstreet or the vendors.
  • Wear Riding shoes till your ankles
  • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes are different from plain areas. Take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes
  • Avoid wearing tight-fitted clothes as they might hinder with your movement during the ride
  • Wear a double layered socks to avoid dust, mud and infections during the trek
  • Wear proper protective headgear that fits perfectly along with eyewear and mouth protection wear to avoid the glare of the sun, dust and wind
  • Avoid using earphones, as you might not be able to follow up the instructions from the road captains
  • Consumption of alcohol/drugs during the bike ride is strictly prohibited
  • The ride takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not litter the local sites or campsites
  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the road captains will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same
  • Booking will be based on First come First serve
  • 25% of the tour fee would be required at the time of booking
  • Remaining 75% deposit would be required 60 days prior to trip start day
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