Manali Leh Bike Tour

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Duration :- 9 Nights - 10 Days

Starting From Rs. 37000/-*

Spectacularly jagged, arid mountains enfold this magical Buddhist ex-kingdom. Picture-perfect gompas (Tibetan Buddhist monasteries) dramatically crown rocky outcrops amid whitewashed stupas and mani walls. Colourful fluttering prayer flags share their spiritual messages metaphorically with the mountain breeze. Prayer wheels spun clockwise release more merit-making mantras. Gompa interiors are colourfully awash with the murals and statuary of countless bodhisattvas.
Though threatened by a rapidly increasing number of visitors, Ladakh has much to teach the West regarding ecological awareness. Most Ladakhis are cash poor yet their traditional mudbrick homesteads are large and virtually self-sufficient in fuel and dairy products, organic vegetables, and barley used to make tsampa (roast barley flour) and chhang (barley beer).

The walls of dramatic mountains that hem in Ladakh make for an unforgettable landscape, but be aware that road access requires crossing tortuous high passes, which close from around October to May (or longer when snows are heavy).

Tour Detail

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      • Day 01: Arrive in Manali (By Bus)

        On arrival in Manali, check-in to the hotel and relax till afternoon. Grab a quick lunch, post which you test your motorbike and get used to the roads. Go riding on the Himalayan riding premier through the challenging roads along the Kullu Valley. The tricky bends and stretches on the road will help you test the characteristics of the bike and acquaint yourself to handle the motor beast for your entire tour. Enjoy a fun ride to the beautiful Kullu Valley. Later, come back to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.

      • Day 02: Manali – Jispa (150 km)

        Wake up early this morning and begin your adventure. Start your ride to Rohtang Pass (3978 meters). The beautiful mountain pass is the gateway of your bike tour. This first leg of your journey is your first challenge as the roads are really bad and the weather conditions are also uncertain. Overcome your first test, after which you will pass through the Lahaul Valley. Lahaul introduces you to the mountains capped with snow all around. Proceed to Jispa, which is your halt for the day. Overnight at Jispa.

      • Day 03: Jispa – Sarchu (120 km)

        Today you drive to Sarchu. As you leave Jispa behind, enter the Greater Himalayan landscape. This highway route, takes you into the heart of the mountains. Enjoy the splendid view as you pass through the Baralachha Pass (5000 meters above sea level). Keep driving towards Sarchu which is the border line between Kashmir and Himachal. From there, get to the Sarchu camp. Relax for the rest of day and keep a high intake on fluids to keep away AMS (acute mountain sickness).

      • Day 04: Sarchu – Leh (ride 215 km)

        The day starts with a lot of challenges. Today you will have to ride your motorbike through flatlands and get into the mountain horizon. Drive through the Tanglang-La Pass which is the second-highest motorable mountain pass in the world at the height of 5300 meters. After crossing this pass, you will ride through well-maintained roads all the way to Leh. En-route, get to see the monasteries of Thiksey and Shey. These ancient monasteries are set on the top of a hill and are attractions of your tour. Check-in at the hotel in the borders of Changspa in Leh. Spned your time exploring the local places. Rest for the night.

      • Day 05: Khardungla Pass (Leh)

        Today your day covers a visit to Khardungla Pass at 18360 ft, one of the world’s highest motorable pass. In the afternoon, leave for a local city tour of Leh. Explore the attractions of Leh city. The Old Fort which overlooks the city is quite a breathtaking beauty. There are many eating joints at the central street which serve a wide variety of cuisines. Spend the evening at any of the garden restaurants which are popular in this place. Return to your hotel for the night.

      • Day 06: Leh – Pangong Lake (ride 149 km)

        The sixth day of your tour covers a visit to the Pangong Lake. The largest brackish water lake in Asia is one of the best attraction of Ladakh. 2/3rd portion of the lake lies in China. The waters are crystal clear blessed with so many intriguing shades of blue. After a halt at the lake, proceed towards Chang La (5500 meters above sea level) and go forward to the army checkpoint at Tangse. Check-in at the resort and have a comfortable stay for the night.

      • Day 07: Pangong – Leh (ride 149 km)

        Have your breakfast early in the morning and get ready to head towards Leh. Explore Leh the whole day. Shop at bazaars and visit the Shanti Stupa, the Buddhist white-dome huge structure which overlooks Changspa. Enjoy a great view of the Indus Valley and the Zanskar range. Enjoy the comforts of your hotel.

      • Day 08: Leh – Sarchu (ride 215 km)

        Bid adieu to Leh and begin your ride. En-route, you will see Pang, a scenic spot in Ladakh’s landscape. Halt at Srachu. Sarchu lies in the middle of the two beautiful destinations, Manali and Leh. Have a comfortable stay in the camp.

      • Day 09: Sarchu – Manali (ride 215 km)

        In the morning, begin your drive through the Sarchu plain and reach the Baralaccha plain till noon. Enjoy the beauty crossing through Lahaul ranges and reach Rohtang pass. Rohtang pass will challenge you with mini-rivers of mud. Ride through the obstacles to reach Manali. Have a comfortable stay at the hotel in Manali.

      • Day 10: Manali (Departure)

        This is the last day of the adventurous bike tour. We bid you adieu with fond memories of your adventure in Ladakh.

    Note: Before starting the tour from Manali, clients will have to make a security deposit of Rs. 10,000 per bike. Once the tour comes to an end, the full amount will be returned to the client at the ending point provided there is no damage to the bike.

    • All hotel, guesthouse and camping charges in Himachal and Ladakh (Single/ Twin/ Double) room sharing basis as per above mention cost

    • 350cc Royal Enfields for riders
    • Tour leader and tour guide
    • Luggage racks and bungee cords for strapping on soft luggage
    • Backup pickup Tempo or Balero pickup and mechanic
    • First aid kit and oxygen cylinder & Helmets
    • All Hotels with breakfast & dinner

    • Tour leaders will collect a kitty to pay for all these expenses.

    • Alcohol and other beverages.
    • Petrol - all riders will be expected to pay their own fuel bills at petrol stations. The kitty will pay for spare fuel that we carry in the back-up truck – we will need to top up tanks in Pang and Sarchu and there are no petrol pumps in this area.
    • Petrol cost Minimum INR 3000 & Maximum INR 4000 approximately.
    • Gloves, jackets, boots, strap.
    • GST 5 % extra on total billing.

  • Minimum 10 Pax Traveling Together

    350 cc
    Twin Sharing
    Rs. 1234/-
    350 cc
    Twin Sharing
    Rs. 1234/-
  • Indian Nationals

    • Address Proof
    • Driving License
    • Minimum of 5 day renting for Kaza Spiti.
    • Minimum of 8 day renting For Leh Ladhak.
    • Security Deposit (refunded when the bike is returned post adjusting for non-engine damages)

    Foreign Nationals

    • Deposit a Photo Copy of the Passport
    • Deposit Original Copy of the return flight ticket
    • Driving License
    • Minimum of 5 day renting for Kaza Spiti.
    • Minimum of 8 day renting For Leh Ladhak.
    • Security Deposit (refunded when the bike is returned post adjusting for non-engine damages).

    Customer Orientation

    Every client will receive orientation to the motorcycle. The client orientation will cover all aspects of safe motorcycle operation, the clients’ maintenance responsibilities, local and state laws.

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    Helmets are provided with all motorcycle rentals and all tours. Clients are encouraged to bring their own helmets for comfort and style reasons. Helmets are required by law in most locations.

    Fuel and oil costs are client’s responsibility. Manali Bike Rental claims no responsibility for motorcycle fuel consumption and mileage.

    Security Deposit

    • A security deposit will be taken at a time of collection of the vehicle.
    • Vehicle renters are responsible for the cost of any damage to the bike while it is in their care.
    • If the vehicle is returned undamaged and no damage has been caused to anybody else’s property whilst renting the vehicle, the full security deposit will be returned.
    • If the vehicle is returned damaged or with parts missing, the security deposit shall be forfeited in part or in whole by the vehicle renter.
    • Cancellations & Refund Policy

      Manali Bike Rental is not required to make refunds once rental commences regardless of the reason for vehicle renters being unable to complete his or her rental. No refunds on early returns.

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