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This exciting tour is something of a Himalayan odyssey, starts from the amazing Kashmir valley, high altitude deserts, the highest of passes, stunning Tso-khar and Tsomoriri Lakes and the incomparable beauty of Indus valley with its 24,000 ft. snow-caps Mountains, the valley of Gods and Goddesses (Kullu Manali) Himachal Pradesh, the land of high lush green pastures, home for Himalayan Shepherd riding over Rohtang la is the most amazing experience which continuously goes on crossing the World’s Two Highest Motor able passes and linking two of the ultimate mountain range’s most breath-taking regions: Ladakh and Zanskarand hanging glaciers… nothing comes close in terms of natural splendour. These trips will start from Sri Nagar (Jammu & Kashmir) and end in Manali. International arrivals and departures will be in Delhi, Travelling up in these beautiful mountains by bike brings you close to the environment and its inhabitants; close to the nature of this huge place. For most riders a trip like this will be the experience of a lifetime.


(Distance: 1,500 kms.)


Day 1. Arrive in New Delhi, India (International Airport)

Most of the flights arrive in the midnight representative of Motorcycle Expeditions will meet and greet you at IGIA, New Delhi on arrival transfer to hotel.
Overnight at the Hotel in Delhi.

Day 2. Delhi fly to Srinagar (02:35 hours journey)

Morning after breakfast transfer to Delhi airport to catch flight for Srinagar.
Your connecting flight will be booked by Motorcycle Expeditions according to your arrival schedule in New Delhi.
Upon arrival in Srinagar transfer to your houseboat. If time permits we will have day tour of Srinagar. Evening we will meet our team and bikes.
Dinner and overnight stay in House Boat.

Day 3. Around Srinagar – checking and riding your bike

After breakfast you will meet your motorbikes and assistance team. Short briefing on your ride then you will have a short ride in Srinagar. This is your chance to know your motorbike and roads of Himalaya.
Overnight stay and dinner at houseboat.

Day 4. Srinagar – Kargil, 202 kms. (3,528 meters, over Zoji-La Pass)

Have breakfast in the morning and start riding towards Kargil from Srinagar. Visit Drass on the way, which is the second coldest inhabited place on earth. Enjoy the views of Tiger hills and other famous peaks visible from Kargil – Arrive Kargil in the evening. Overnight stay and dinner at hotel.

Day 5. Kargil – Lamayuru, 125 kms. (4,108 meters, over Fotu-La Pass)

Entering the capital of Ladakh, we will play alongside the Upper Indus River, travelling through ancient Buddhist villages and past a number of glorious monasteries. On good tarmac we wind up and over several small passes, across desert plains and past colourful, mind-boggling rocks capes.
The 1,000-year-old Lamayuru Monastery is situated high on a valley side at 11,500 ft. and houses 150 monks. Staying nearby we will have the opportunity to watch the sun go down over the buildings and crop fields in this idyllic setting. The evening can then be spent exploring the monastery, or simply taking in the many ancient Stupas around the settlement and gazing in awe at the huge and colourful rock formations all around. Or just kick back with a beer amid the scenery.
Overnight stay and dinner at hotel.

Day 6. Lamayuru – Leh, 150 kms. (3,510 meters)

After breakfast we’ll ride to Leh but we’ll stop on the way to visit some other impressive Buddhist villages and monasteries. Afternoon reach at Leh, and have leisure time.
Overnight stay and dinner at hotel.

Day 7. Leh – Khardung-La – Leh, 78 kms. (5,602 meters)

Today we ride to Khardung pass. This is the world’s highest motor-able road – the Khardung pass at a thrilling 5,602 meters 39 kms. from Leh!! After noon Free, visit to market, or by foot visit Shanti Stupa a good view of Leh town & relax.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 8. Leh – A day of leisure

This is a free day to explore Leh town. You can visit monasteries, market of Leh Town, can do shopping, eating and drinking and lots of fun.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 9. Leh – Tso Moriri via Upshi, 210 kms. (4,572 meters)

We will be riding 210 kms. today so it is best to start early from Leh. We take the Leh – Manali highway until the town of Upshi. Near Upshi we stop at a check post where you need to submit your permits. For the better part of today’s journey we follow the Indus River and the tarmac is in good condition for the most part, barring a few landslide prone stretches…
Chumathang itself has little to offer to a visitor apart from a few local roadside restaurants, a Gompa and hot water springs. A quick lunch stop would suffice for most, instead we make our own track, riding off road and following the numerous tracks left by passing vehicles. The last 30kms are a pain, but a boon for those who love off road riding! The track here is a mix of sand and dirt trails littered with small stones. However the view one gets at the end of it makes it all worth it, overnight in a fixed camp on the bank of the Tso-mo-riri or Korzok village.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 10. Tso Moriri (Korzok) – Tsokar, 90 kms.

From Korzok we back track to the Junction Sumdo and from there take the diversion to reach Tso- Kar. This road tends to be a bit rough for some but great fun for those who appreciate off road motor biking!! It is believed that Tso- Kar was once connected to Tso- Moriri, even though TsoKar has salt water lake while Tso Mo-riri has fresh water… The area surrounding Tso- Kar is protected.
Dinner & overnight in a fixed camp.

Day 11. Tsokar – Sarchu, 140 kms. (5,059 meters, over Lachulung-La pass)

Today we climb up to the Lachlung pass at 5,059 meters. Leh – Manali Highway is said to be one of the most scenic highways! Cross the famous 22 Gata loops and reach Sarchu by evening.
Overnight stay and dinner in a fixed Camp.

Day 12. Sarchu – Jispa, 120 kms. (4,940 meters, over Baralacha Pass)

We have to cross Baralacha Pass (Alt. 4,940 meters) today. On the top of Baralacha you will have breath taking views of mighty Himalaya. Don’t forget to capture the moments in your camera.
Overnight stay and dinner at Hotel.

Day 13. Jispa – Manali, 135 kms. (3,978 meters, over Rohtang pass)

Today is a short but pure bliss ride of bad roads! Streams to cross, frozen puddles and dirt tracks to navigate all the way up to and back over the Rohtang pass. We’ll take our chai and lunch break at Marhi before descending back to the lush green of the Kullu valley, the sparkling Bease River and finally you are back in Manali! As it’s the last night of this adventure we’ll celebrate and party with all our new friends.
Overnight stay and dinner at hotel.

Day 14. Manali – Chandigarh, 310 kms.

Early morning after breakfast drive to Chandigarh, we’ll have tea break on the way and we’ll drive to Chandigarh in our private Toyota taxi. We will have Lunch on the way, evening reach Chandigarh upon arrival transfer to Hotel.
Overnight stay and dinner at hotel.

Day 15. Chandigarh – Delhi to your onward destination

As per the flight timing transfer to Chandigarh airport to board flight to Delhi, on arrival in Delhi transfer to hotel, rest of the day will be at leisure, after dinner transfer to IGIA to board flight for onward destination.
All ground transfers within India, airport to airport
Flight ticket from Delhi to Chandigarh and Srinagar to Delhi back
The latest 500cc Royal Enfield motorcycle and fuel
Permits for Restricted areas (India-Tibet border control, Ladakh)
Neat & clean accommodation (twin sharing hotels/camp and Houseboat/similar)
Houseboat stay in Srinagar only
Breakfast and dinner in the hotel and Lunch in the local restaurants
English speaking guides
Mechanics with all necessary spare parts
Support vehicles (if riders suffer from altitude fatigue or have a sore arse, they may jump into our backup jeep to relax!) to carry your luggage and spare part
Mineral water will be provided during the expeditions
Famous Big Bike Tours “On zeee bikes!” T-Shirt
All road and bridge tolls and monument admission fees for the entire program
Any Visa fee
Travel Insurance
Personal expenses
Tips for Tour and non-tour staff such as Guide, Mechanic, Drivers, waiters, porters, and shoe shiners, etc.
International flights
Bike Damage
Any damage to the motorcycle must be covered by the rider in full

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