Himalayan Escape

8 day motorcycle tour of the indian himalayas, asia himalayas india.

This Royal Enfield motorcycle tour takes in the most spectacular locations and routes of the Ladakh region in the Indian Himalayas. You’ll visit…

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  • Destinations: Asia Himalayas India
  • Max Group Size: 12 Riders
  • Trip Type: Guided & Supported
  • Riding Type: Royal Enfield

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You’ll visit ancient monasteries, ride over some of the world’s highest passes, pass through the vast Nubra Valley, spend a night next to the world’s highest salt lake and wander the Tibetan markets that line the streets of the Leh – the capital of Ladakh.

If you want to experience the very best of Ladakh on a fully supported Royal Enfield motorcycle tour, this is the trip for you!

Tour Itinerary Click to expand

Day 1: arrive in leh - welcome to ladakh click to expand.

You’ll touch down in Leh, the capital of the Ladakh region. With breathtaking mountain peaks in every direction, it’s a truly special place to start your holiday!

You’ll be met at the airport by your tour leader and transferred to the hotel for checking in. After lunch on the terrace, you’ll be given a briefing of the trip ahead. You’ll then have some time to explore this wonderful little town before everyone gets together for the welcome dinner and campfire.

  • Accommodation: 4* hotel.
  • Included Meals: Lunch, dinner.

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Day 2: Leh - Lamayuru 165km Click to expand

The first riding day of this Royal Enfield motorcycle tour will instantly have you grinning from ear to ear! It’s an exhilarating ride on excellent tarmac roads that wind alongside the Indus River.

The conditions today are excellent, giving you the chance to really get to know the Royal Enfields and enjoy the outstanding scenery.

Our destination for the day is Lamayaru – a beautiful 11t century monastery set within a moonlike landscape. The relaxed vibe of this place is infectious, with the peaceful sounds of the occasional jingling bells from slow spinning prayer wheels and monks going about their daily business. This is a very special place that will make you feel a very very long way away from home, in a good way!

  • Accommodation: Hotel.
  • Included Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

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Day 3: Lamayuru - Leh 165km Click to expand

After a relaxed morning and a stroll around the monastery we’ll hop back on the trusty Enfield’s and make our way back towards Leh. We’ll branch off onto some new roads, visiting a giant golden buddha and Alchi Monastery – Ladakh’s oldest monastery – along the way.

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Day 4: Leh - Pangong Lake 180km Click to expand

We start the day with fast sweeping roads that cut through the Indus Valley before reaching our first checkpoint.

After your guide has sorted out all the paperwork we will begin the climb up ChangLa pass. Sat at 5,360m above sea level, the air is thin but the views are simply spectacular.

Dropping down the other side we’ll weave through the green valley, stopping for a picnic next to a stream with nearby wild horses and roaming yaks.

Our destination is Pangong Tso – a 134km long lake, two thirds of which is in Tibet. It’s a beautiful place and riding alongside the crystal clear waters with reflections of snow capped mountains is an amazing feeling.

  • Accommodation: Cosy yurts close to the water’s edge.

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Day 5: Pangong Lake - Nubra Valley 190km Click to expand

Start the day with a cup of tea, sat next to the highest salt lake in the world before saddling up for another incredible day’s riding Royal Enfields through the Himalayas!

Leaving the lake behind us, we follow a narrow valley alongside the raging Shyok River. The scenery is fast changing, producing fresh breathtaking views around every corner.

We reach Nubra where the mountains part and the valley opens up into a vast expanse of sand dunes and leafy villages.

  • Accommodation: Luxurious safari style tents.

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Day 6: Nubra Valley - Leh 130km Click to expand

It’s the final day of riding on this Royal Enfield motorcycle tour and today is the big one: KhardungLa pass. Sitting at 5,380m above sea level, it is reputed to be the highest civilian motorable road in the world. The roads up to the top are incredible and when we reach the summit we’ll stop for the celebratory group photo with the sign! It’s high fives all round before we hop back on the Enfield’s and cruise the newly tarmacked, beautifully windy roads back down to where we started. Cold beer on the terrace? Why not.

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Day 7: Leh Rest Day Click to expand

With the riding done, you have some time to relax and explore. The tiny market streets of Leh are a great place to do some souvenir shopping and the 9 storey palace overlooking the town is well worth a visit.

In the evening we’ll get together for a farewell dinner at an excellent restaurant in the town. It may have only been a one week trip, but you’ll be blown away by the amount you’ll have seen and experienced!

  • Included Meals: Breakfast, dinner.

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Day 8: Departure - Transfer to the Airport Click to expand

We’ll taxi you to the airport where we will say our goodbyes. It’s an incredible flight out of the mountains so make sure you fight for the window seat!

  • Accommodation: Not included.
  • Included Meals: Breakfast at the hotel.

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Inclusions Click to expand

Included click to expand, accommodation click to expand.

Quality twin-share accommodation is included as per the itinerary. Please see ‘Optional Extras’ for the single room supplement option.

Please see the daily itinerary details for more info on each nights accommodation.

Airport Pickup / Drop-off Click to expand

You’ll be collected from Leh airport (IXL) on the morning of the first day.

At the end of the trip we will arrange transfers back to the same airport in Leh (IXL).

Entrance Fees / Permits Click to expand

All entrance fees and riding permits needed for the tour.

Expedition Leader Click to expand

Your tour will be led and managed by a highly experienced member of the Ride Expeditions team (trained as a wilderness first response medic).

Financial Protection Click to expand

Ride Expeditions Ltd is committed to customer satisfaction and consumer financial protection. At no extra cost to you, and in accordance with ‘The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018’, all passengers booking with Ride Expeditions Ltd are fully insured for the initial deposit, and subsequently the balance of monies paid as detailed in your booking confirmation form.

The policy also includes repatriation if required, arising from the cancellation or curtailment of your travel arrangements due to the insolvency of Ride Expeditions Ltd. This insurance has been arranged by Towergate Travel through Evolution Insurance.

During the COVID-19 crisis, every rider that requested a refund was issued a cash refund.

Fuel Click to expand

All fuel for your motorcycle is provided by us and we carry spare fuel in our support vehicle for the sections of the route where fuel stations are scarce.

Local Guide Click to expand

Your motorcycle tour in India will be guided by an experienced local.

Meals Click to expand

Breakfast, lunch and dinner is provided on most days.

Please see the daily itinerary to see what meals are included on each day.

Mechanic Click to expand

A mechanic will be riding at the back of the group, ready to attend to any issues that may arise.

Medical Support Click to expand

At least one member of the support team will have been trained as a Wilderness First Response medic.

An extensive medical kit including a defibrillator (AED) & stretcher is carried in the support vehicle.

We also have consulting doctors on call, 24/7, who are always ready to assist in the case of an emergency. Our doctors are fully briefed on all riders medical info prior to the tour, they know what we do, where we are riding, exactly what we have in our medical kit and what training our medics have.

Tours are accompanied by GPS trackers and a satellite messenger device so our doctor and office can see exactly where we are and can maintain communication.

Motorcycle Hire (if selected) Click to expand

If you have you your own suitable & reliable motorcycle at the start point, you are quite welcome to use that for this trip. If not, we will provide a rental motorcycle for you… Please see the Dates & Prices section for available bikes.

Part Profits Donated to Charity Click to expand

Since the day Ride Expeditions started running tours in Cambodia back in 2012, we have been dedicated to supporting the local community.

Part profits from every motorcycle tour are donated to M’Lop Tapang – a local Cambodian charity dedicated to bettering the lives of young children & their families.

Personalised Jersey Click to expand

A Ride Expeditions riding jersey with your name printed on the back.

Rainforest & Wildlife Conservation Click to expand

Playing our part in rainforest & wildlife conservation and in an effort to off-set our carbon emissions, we donate part profits to World Land Trust .

Support Vehicle Click to expand

Our Himalayan motorcycle tours are accompanied by at least one support vehicle. There will always be space for any of the riders to sit inside should they need a rest at any point throughout the tour.

These backup vehicles will also carry all of your luggage, spare parts, tools, extensive medical kit (in addition to the kit carried by the tour medic), defibrillator (AED) & stretcher.

Our support vans will usually be no more than 5-15 minutes behind us on the bikes & meet with us at the rest/ drink stops & lunch. The drivers will hand out water, fruit juice, chocolate bars & fruit etc at each of the rest stops.

The truck will follow behind us all the way to our accommodation where the driver will have your bags sent to your rooms.

Welcome Pack Click to expand

We’ll welcome you with a bag of Ride Expeditions goodies which will include:

  • Water bottle;

Not Included Click to expand

Flights click to expand.

You’ll need to book a return flight to Leh, India (IXL) to arrive on or before the morning of Day 1 of this trip. You will then fly out of the same airport on the last day of the trip. (If you are booking a flight home from Delhi on the same day, please allow yourself ample time to make the connection).

It is important you either:

  • Book a flexible flight ticket that allows you to make amendments or cancel without penalty;
  • Have travel insurance that you will reimburse you for out of pocket expenses incurred by a cancelled trip;
  • Do not book your flights until we have notified you that this departure is guaranteed.

Motorcycle Damages Click to expand

Please be aware that you are liable for all damages caused to the motorcycle.

If you don't want the potential hassle of being charged for motorcycle damage at the end of the ride, we offer our own damage protection plan. Please see the 'optional extras' section for more information.

Other Expenses Click to expand

  • Any meals that are not mentioned in the itinerary;
  • Emergency transportation;
  • Any other item, optional excursion, activity or entrance fee that is not specifically mentioned as being included.

Personal Travel Insurance Click to expand

It is a condition of booking that you obtain appropriate travel insurance that covers you for riding the same capacity motorcycle that you’ll be riding on this motorcycle tour.

The insurance must cover emergency evacuation, medical bills, repatriation etc.

Riding Kit Click to expand

Road / adventure style kit is the way to go on this motorcycle tour, rather than off-road or enduro gear. So that means a good helmet, protective riding jacket and trousers, ideally with CE or equivalent approved armour on the pointy bits – elbows, knees and shoulders.

You are also going to need good leather gloves, a neck tube, thermal base layers and a sturdy pair of motorcycle boots.

Please bring waterproofs if your kit doesn’t keep out the wet stuff.

Optional Extras Click to expand

Single room supplement click to expand.

Single room accommodation is available for every night of the trip.

FAQs Click to expand

Do i need a visa click to expand.

Yes, unless you are a national of Nepal, Bhutan or the Maldives. If you are from an eligible country, the easiest way to get one is to apply for an e-tourist visa online, but make sure you visit the official site… Here’s the link .

Assuming you live in an eligible country / territory you can apply online up until a minimum of 4 days in advance of the date of arrival with a window of 120 days. So for example, if you are applying on 1st Sept you can select arrival date from 5th Sept to 2nd Jan.

For peace of mind, we recommend you do this nicely in advance to avoid any delays or issues. The visa lasts 60 days so unless you decide to extend your trip for vastly more than the length of the tour, then this should be plenty. When you arrive at Delhi airport, there is an immigration form to fill in before you queue up to show your visa. Now we all know Brits love to queue but don’t wait to get to the front just to have the man send you to the back past everyone to fill in the form, it’s just embarrassing.

Follow this link for the most up to date entry requirements. This is a link to the UK foreign office website – if you are not a UK resident, please search for the equivalent info from your home country’s foreign office.

Visa costs, if applicable, are not included in the tour price.

How can I avoid altitude sickness? Click to expand

  • Stay well hydrated. Caffeine and alcohol impacts hydration, so it’s a good idea keep intake to a minimum until you are acclimatised.
  • Apparently a high potassium diet helps. Lots of bananas then…
  • Make a conscious effort to breathe properly as we climb to higher altitudes – you want to saturate your blood with oxygen. Your tour leader will explain this in more detail in your welcome briefing.
  • Diamox is an altitude sickness tablet – please do your own research on this – if you decide you would like to take these, we always carry a stock with us. You’ll want to start taking these in Delhi, before we start climbing.
  • Oxygen – we carry oxygen bottles with us on every trip. Our medic will keep an eye on everyone and monitor peoples stats. He will administer oxygen if necessary.
  • Ibuprofen if you start to feel a headache coming on.

How do I book? Click to expand

To secure your place we simply need a 20% non-refundable deposit (subject to a minimum of £500). The remainder does not need to be paid until 60 days prior to the tour start date.

How do I carry my main luggage? Click to expand

This Royal Enfield motorcycle tour will be followed by either one or two support vehicles depending on group size. This means that all your luggage goes in there rather than having it bounce around on the back your Royal Enfield for miles on end. You just need to take either a tank bag or small rucksack for your camera and any travel essentials.

Is Ride Expeditions insured? Click to expand

Yes. Here at Ride Expeditions, we take the necessary precautions to ensure that we protect both ourselves and you as the customer, with insurances covering financial failure, public liability, professional indemnity and employers liability (you will need your own travel insurance).

To obtain this insurance we must meet strict safety standards and local regulations. We must also carry out thorough risk assessments about all aspects of a tour before tyres can hit tarmac (…or dirt!).

Is it safe to drink the tap water? Click to expand

NO! Although the locals may be drinking tap water, doing the same has a strong possibility of playing havoc with your insides. It’s called Delhi Belly for a reason.

We recommend that you drink only bottled water and that you check the seal before drinking. If you choose canned drinks, give the lid a good wipe beforehand just to be sure. And when brushing your teeth, rinsing with bottled water is a good idea too.

Is my money safe? Click to expand

Yes. All passengers booking with Ride Expeditions Ltd are fully insured for the initial deposit, and subsequently the balance of monies paid as detailed in your booking confirmation form. The policy also includes repatriation if required, arising from the cancellation or curtailment of your travel arrangements due to the insolvency of Ride Expeditions Ltd. This insurance has been arranged by Towergate Travel through Evolution Insurance.

Is this trip suitable for those with limited mobility? Click to expand

Not riding the motorcycle, no (although this will of course depend on the extent of your limited mobility). However, we may be able to accommodate you in our support vehicle. We advise you to give us a call and we can discuss.

Is wi-fi available throughout the trip? Click to expand

In theory yes, although in practice, Wi-Fi coverage can be slow at best, slower on average and non-existent on many occasions. We advise you activate your ‘out-of-office’!

What are the health / immunisation considerations? Click to expand

For the most accurate and up to date info, we advise you visit the Indian page of the ‘Travel Health Pro’ website .

Please also consult with your own doctor at home at least 8 weeks before your trip.

What currency should I bring with me? Click to expand

This one is both simple and complicated. The local currency is Indian Rupees – INR. However, unless you are a resident of India, importing rupees is prohibited so you cannot actually obtain the notes outside the country itself like you can for other countries.

You can either bring in other currencies to exchange when in India, or simply withdraw rupees from ATMs as you would back at home. Well we say that, but if you are in a remote village with only three residents, a yak and an elderly donkey, there may not be an ATM, so don’t expect universal coverage throughout the trip!

If you do bring cash, US dollars are universally welcome. Bitcoin, coloured buttons and belly button fluff are not. Whatever you bring, try not to exchange too much at the arrival airport – the exchange rate is terrible! There are ATMs at the airport too.

What documents / licenses do I need? Click to expand

To be legally riding in India you are required to carry your local driving licence, which must cover the size of bike you will be riding. This will also be a stipulation of any travel insurance company too.

You will also need an International Driving Permit (IDP). An IDP is basically an official, multi-language translation of your driving licence.

What is the average group size? Click to expand

Average group sizes are 8-9 riders and we limit the groups to 12 riders.

What is the cancellation policy? Click to expand

If you cancel your booking before departure, cancellation charges will be applied as follows:

  • 61 days or more before tour start date – retention of deposit
  • 42-60 days before tour start date – retention of 50% of tour price
  • 28-41 days before tour start date – retention of 70% of tour price
  • 0-27 days before tour start date – retention of 100% tour price

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions for further info regarding cancellations, changes and transferring your trip to a friend.

What is the official travel advice? Click to expand

For the most accurate and up to date info on travel advice for India, we advise you to visit the foreign office website.

Follow this link for Indian advice from the UK foreign office. As we are a UK company, this is the official government advice we follow. If you are not a UK resident, we advise you search for the equivalent info from your own country’s foreign office, as travel advice may differ.

What's the minimum number of riders required for this tour? Click to expand

The minimum required number for this trip to run is 6 riders. We reserve the right to cancel the tour if this number is not met and we will provide you with a minimum of 56 days notice. Please know that this is an absolute last resort for us and we will always do everything in our power to avoid this happening.

Which payment methods do you accept? Click to expand

We accept GBP payments by Visa, Mastercard & American Express and direct bank transfers. Please get in touch if you would rather pay in another currency – we’ll do our best to accommodate!

Which plug types are used in India? Click to expand

There are 2 types of sockets in India – 3 Pin connections – Type D, or 2 pin connections -Type C.

Dates & Pricing

July 7, 2024 - july 14, 2024 (premium package).

  • Rider (Incl. Royal Enfield Himalayan): £1700
  • Rider (own bike): £1595
  • Pillion: £1445

The Motorcycles

  • Royal Enfield Himalayan Included

Optional Extras

  • Motorcycle Damage Protection Plan + £105
  • Single Room Supplement + £255
  • Start Date: July 7, 2024
  • End Date: July 14, 2024

Expedition Leader:

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July 14, 2024 - July 21, 2024 (Premium Package)

  • Rider (Incl. Royal Enfield Himalayan): £1870
  • Rider (own bike): £1765
  • Start Date: July 14, 2024
  • End Date: July 21, 2024
  • Only 2 places remaining.

July 21, 2024 - July 28, 2024 (Premium Package)

  • Start Date: July 21, 2024
  • End Date: July 28, 2024

June 29, 2025 - July 6, 2025 (Premium Package)

  • Rider (Incl. Royal Enfield Himalayan): £1935
  • Rider (own bike): £1825
  • Pillion: £1495
  • Motorcycle Damage Protection Plan + £110
  • Single Room Supplement + £285
  • Start Date: June 29, 2025
  • End Date: July 6, 2025

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July 6, 2025 - July 13, 2025 (Private) (Premium Package)

  • Rider (Incl. Royal Enfield Himalayan): £1755
  • Rider (own bike): £1645
  • Start Date: July 6, 2025
  • End Date: July 13, 2025

Private tour for Neil

July 13, 2025 - july 20, 2025 (premium package).

  • Rider (Incl. Royal Enfield Himalayan): £1940
  • Pillion: £1590
  • Motorcycle Damage Protection Plan + £115
  • Start Date: July 13, 2025
  • End Date: July 20, 2025

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Leh – Lamayuru – Moonland – Alchi – Likir – Leh – Khardung La Pass – Nubra Valley – Khardung La Pass – Leh – Pangong Tso Lake – Leh

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Royal Enfield Bike Tour to Ladakh is in fact the most sought after biking tour to explore, discover and enjoy the magical beauty of the Land of High Passes! Jotted with fascinating peaks and towering mountains, gorgeous as well as rugged valleys, alluring rivers and other natural marvels, Ladakh is best explored on motorcycles that are meant and built for the Indian terrains, and Royal Enfield bikes prove to be the most enthralling rides among the available bikes in India.

Join this 7N/8D Royal Enfield Bike Tour to Ladakh; ride to some of the hidden destinations, scenic villages, and stunning meadows in Ladakh Valley. Also, while riding through them, enjoy the salubrious beauty of the natural marvels and fill your travelogue with the best of biking memories in Ladakh!


  • Day 01: Arrival in Leh
  • Day 02: Acclimatisation in Leh
  • Day 03: Bike Ride from Leh – Lamayuru – Moonland – Alchi – Likir – Leh
  • Day 04: Ride from Leh – Khardung La Pass – Nubra Valley
  • Day 05: Nubra Valley Excursion; Ride from Nubra Valley – Leh
  • Day 06: Ride from Leh – Pangong Tso Lake
  • Day 08: Departure from Leh

Get into the spirit of this astounding Royal Enfield Bike Tour to Ladakh by boarding an early morning flight from Delhi. Enjoy the aerial views of the snow-clad peaks and magical valleys of Ladakh till you land in the Leh Airport. With your arrival at the airport, our biking guides and instructors will drive you to a nearby hotel and get you checked-in.

Post this, you can spend the rest of the day at total leisure to get acclimatised with the high altitude and climate. For non-Indian riders, Inner Line Permits will also be acquired today. By late afternoon, the bikes will be transferred to the hotel, and the entire group will embark on a short ride to understand the terrains and the bikes; overnight stay will be at the hotel.

This day will also be reserved to get acclimatised to the Ladakh climate. However, during the day, you can take a local ride to some of the popular tourist spots like Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, and Hall of Fame. Post visiting these landmarks, you will be riding to the Shey Monastery, Shey Palace, Stok Palace, and Hemis Monastery. Today’s ride will give you an insight about the riding conditions and precautions to follow while on a bike tour in Ladakh; overnight stay will be at the hotel.

Today, after having breakfast at the hotel, gear up for your first group ride to some of the least explored places in Ladakh. Lamayuru Monastery, Moonland, Alchi Monastery, Magnetic Hill, Likir Monastery, and Bazgo plains will be visited while riding through the exhilarating terrains in Ladakh. With today’s ride, you will get a much desired experience with your Royal Enfield bikes.

Completing the previous rides, now it will be easy for you to manoeuvre through the tricky turns, narrow passes and rugged trails. Owing to your experience, today you will be riding to the exhilarating Khardung La Pass or the highest motorable pass in the world at 18.380ft above the sea level.

After the pass, turn your Royal Enfield bikes towards the scenic Nubra Valley. Revered as one of the highest villages in the world, this valley is fondly called the ‘Valley of Flowers’ of Ladakh. The ride to this pictorial valley will take you through the ancient Silk Route that has been in use since last thousands of years; overnight stay will be in Nubra Valley.

Following today’s breakfast, the Royal Enfield convoy will ride throughout the Nubra Valley to explore and feast on the enchanting beauty of the vicinity. Hunder and its magical sand dunes will also be visited within the ride; the double-hump Bactrian camel and the Diskit Monastery will be the main attractions of the day. Post this Nubra Valley excursion, you will be riding back to Leh via Khardung La Pass. Arriving in Leh, you will be checked-in into a hotel for your overnight stay.

Wake up early in the morning and enjoy a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel. Post this, you will be riding to the mesmeric Pangong Tso Lake through some of the most thrilling as well as rugged terrains in Ladakh. Riding for a couple of hours, you will finally reach the high altitude water reservoir by afternoon. While only one-third of this picturesque lake flows through India, most of it flows through the Chinese Territory! Following your visit, you will be checked-in into a camp where you will spend overnight.

Today morning, wish adieu to the gorgeous Pangong Tso Lake and continue the tryst with your designated Royal Enfield bike to reach Leh city. Arriving in the city, you will be checked-in into a hotel for your overnight stay; if you want, you can embark on a local market tour to witness and experience the local cultures and traditions of Kashmir and Ladakh. In case, you have enough time, you can extend your ride to the stunning Tso Moriri Lake; if you want to visit Tso Moriri Lake, you need to inform us beforehand.

Today, this enthralling Royal Enfield Bike Tour to Ladakh will come to an end! Following your breakfast at the hotel, our tour representatives will drive you to the Leh Airport; with your drop, this astounding biking tour in Ladakh will breathe its last!

  • All accommodations in deluxe hotels and camps on double-sharing basis.
  • Breakfast and dinner throughout the tour.
  • Inner Line Permit wherever applicable.
  • One 350/500cc Royal Enfield motorcycle for each rider.
  • Airport pickup and drop.
  • All charges for tour guides and leaders.
  • Support vehicles to carry luggage.
  • Spare parts and experienced mechanic.
  • All taxes (wherever applicable)
  • Any flight tickets during the tour.
  • Any meals other than mentioned in the  inclusions.
  • Laundry charges, tips of any form, and entry fees to any tourist attractions.
  • Personal expenses of any kind.
  • Riding gears of any kind.
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.

The Road To Ladakh: A Ride On Royal Enfield

The Road To Ladakh: A Ride On Royal Enfield

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A trip to Ladakh is a definitive relief from the singing warmth of summer in India. Bikers and travelers enthusiastically wait for an ideal time to hit the road and have a ride on royal enfield to Ladakh at the time of summer season.

The picture of the road to Ladakh has become more and more attractive with every passing year with a growing demand for biking tours.

Most bike enthusiasts agree that a bike ride in Ladakh is on par with riding in Tibet, Loess Plateau or any other exotic part of the country.

Ladakh- where heaven meets the Earth

The Road To Ladakh: A Ride On Royal Enfield, bikers and travelers

So it’s a story of Radhika Sharma from India who share her experience throughout the journey to ladakh.

I’m always fond of traveling however I am unlike travel junkies who are driven by hunger for new experiences. But, I am a petrol head cum traveler with the passion for driving whatever has an engine in it.

In June, 2010, my innate desire for driving took me on a trip to the valley of Ladakh in the Himalayas just to discover the beauty that India is.

I’ve put together a few of my experiences from the trip to give you a glimpse of what it’s like to ride in Ladakh. The road to Ladakh is more than just one way trip.

Planning and Companion

My Ladakh road trip is all about 8 friends, 5 bikes, heaps of riding and Ladakh itself. The carrier of choice was Royal Enfield for the deep rooted journey from Mumbai to Leh through Delhi and Manali.

We rode the Royal Enfield bikes for an astounding distance of 5200 kms.

In spite of being an avid petroleum head, I didn’t drive the bikes on that trip. Maybe, I preferred being a pillion all the way. We friends got together in Delhi, and afterward set out for a 520km long ride to Manali when the night started getting hazier.

The Journey:

Our first stop was in Kanatal, a little town situated amidst the snow on the way to Manali. Next morning was exciting as we took a brisk ride uphill, with the Himalayas staring at us from right across the Beas.

The crisp mountains topped with snow made us feel that everything is just perfect, no further wishes needed. The hills of Manali were alluring and we spent two nights there admiring the view of Indian Himalayas all around us.

The streets – NH1 and NH3 – were quite good and safe a lot shockingly. The bikes were serviced in Manali for issue free, efficient riding. We picked a first aid kit, a few medicines and new helmets as well.

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Rohtang- Our Destination

We took an off road to Rohtang and get nearer to our destination. We crossed Rohtang early in the morning and reached Koksar by noon and spent next two days exploring nearby places like Darcha, Rangdum, Pang. We stopped for a short break at Pang and enjoyed the views of snow capped mountains surrounding us.

It looked like we were in a fairy land where everything seemed to be in harmony. It took us five day to reach Leh.

We had a good time over cups of chai (tea) on the roadside camps where we talked with the kindhearted people. The kindness of hospitality is still left with me.

The joy of having Maggi at high altitudes is many times more than that on plains. We were stuck in traffic jams few times on the way to Leh, and it was amusing. The ride from Manali to Leh was exciting.

After that we reached Ladakh via Rohtang Pass and savored every moment of it with sheer pleasure.

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Leh is the best holiday destination for different kind of people having different kind of tastes.

You can experience the historical, cultural and religious heritage of the land. We stayed in Leh for two days and we enjoyed every moments of it. Leh is not only a gateway to Ladakh, but also a great tourist destination in itself.

It has been an important trade route between Central Asia and China since ancient times. We planned to visit Nubra Valley and Siachen Glacier. The two places are famous for their extreme climatic conditions, which makes it one of the world’s most remote locations.

After that we decided to hit the road back home. This road trip to ladakh was so joyful, we enjoyed every second of it.

Last day and the experience

Our last day could be the best one and more relaxed.

We spent it exploring Leh, driving across the Everest pass and visiting some of the most interesting places in Ladakh. Our trip to Ladakh has left us with great memories and a feeling of home!

It was great to spend time in this beautiful country with our friends. It was an unforgettable experience, made even better by meeting such nice people to share our experiences.

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Adventurous Leh-Ladakh Motorcycle Tour

Ladakh is most famous for breathtaking landscapes, the crystal clear skies, the highest mountain passes, thrilling adventure activities, Buddhist Monasteries and festivals. Being situated on the snow-clad fringes of the Himalayan Mountains, Leh offers its tourists the chance to experience the magical charm of Himalayas and to explore its rough and rugged terrains. The of Ladakh, renowned as the cold desert, holds immense pristine beauty for its beholder.

So, This year gear up for a thrilling motorcycle tour in Leh Ladakh . India Enfield Tours India has arranged a tour for you to Leh-Ladakh where the entire ladakh bike trip is planned on bikes.

Destinations: Manali, Rohtang Pass, Rohtang tunnel, Sissu, Tandi, Keylong, Jispa, Darcha, Patseo, Zingzing Bar, Baralacha La, Chata loops, Nakee La, Lachulung La, Pang, More Plaines, Tanglang La, Upshi, Karu, Leh, Khardungla Pass, Nubra Valley, Diskit, Hunder, Pangong lake, Chhangla Pass, Shakti, Leh, Sarchu, Manali


Detailed itinerary.

Manali Tours

Day 1 - Delhi to Manali by Volvo or by Private Vehicle

You will be given the pickup location when we arrive in New Delhi to begin our bus trip to Manali.

At the pickup location, a member of our team will meet you and assist you in boarding the bus. Prepare yourself for a lengthy overnight drive from Delhi to Manali. Manali is 530 kilometres away, and it can take 13 to 15 hours to get there.


Day 2 - Manali Rest Day

When you arrive in Manali on the second day of your Leh Ladakh bike tour, a member of our crew will pick you up at the bus stop and take you to your hotel. In the evening, you will meet with our Ride Captain or Tour Leader for a briefing, introduction to your motorcycles, examination of your riding gear, safety precautions, and other key components of the tour, followed by dinner. Today, you must obtain plenty of rest so that you can quickly acclimatise. Manali is 2050 metres above sea level.


Day 3 - Manali to Sarchu - 175 KM

After breakfast, we'll get in the saddle for one of the world's most adventurous motorcycle tours, where you'll be riding for the first time ever. It will be the Leh Ladakh bike journey. We will leave Manali town and travel along Solang Valley Road to Dundhi Village, which is the starting point of the "Atal Tunnel," the longest high-altitude road tunnel in the world that extends for approximately 9 kilometres on the Manali-Leh highway. From there, we will travel to Telling Village, which is located on the other side of the tunnel. Before reaching Sarchu today, we will traverse the Baralachala Pass, which is 4890 metres above sea level. Sarchu is at the height of 14000ft and oxygen level is always differing from low altitude areas


Day 4 - Sarchu to Leh - 250 KM

We will begin our journey toward Leh, the primary destination of the Ladakh motorcycle trip, after an early breakfast. The route from Sarchu to Leh is particularly difficult because, before arriving in Leh, we must pass over the Gata Loops, Nakeela Pass, Lachungla Pass, Moore Plains, and Tanglanga La pass. Therefore, travelling from Sarchu to Leh should take no more than 8 to 10 hours. So get ready for the Leh Ladakh bike tour's longest ride. We should be able to go to Leh by evening. Leh is 3500 metres above sea level.


Day 5 - Leh Rest Day

We finally arrived in Leh after a two-day, exhausting bike ride from Manali . Since Leh is situated at a height of 3500 metres above sea level, it is crucial that you all get enough sleep so that you can adjust to the following days. There won't be any motorcycles available today since we need to prepare the bikes for our upcoming adventure tour.

Pangong Tso Lake

Day 6 - Leh to Pangong Tso Lake - 160 KM

Soon after breakfast, we will begin our bike to Pangong Tso Lake, but not before passing through several checkpoints and submitting our restricted area and inner line licences. We must pass across Changla Pass, the third-highest motorable road in the world at a height of 5360 metres above sea level, before arriving at Pangong Tso. We'll get to Spangmik village, which is by Pangong Tso Lake, by early evening. Today, our accommodations will be in tents. Pangong Lake is situated 4225 metres above sea level.

Nubra Valley

Day 7 - Pangong Tso Lake to Nubra Valley - 175 KM

We will begin the seventh day of our Ladakh motorcycle tour by heading toward Nubra Valley after spending the previous night at the shores of Pangong Lake. The Nubra Valley is the coldest desert in the entire Himalayas and is located at a height of 3000 metres above sea level. Since we will be travelling through Shyok Valley today, the majority of the trip will be off-road. We will arrive at Hunder in the evening, and if we have time, we'll spend some time at the Hunder Sand Dunes.

Nubra Valley to Leh

Day 8 - Nubra Valley to Leh - 135 KM

After breakfast, we will depart from Hunder and travel to Diskit Monastery, which is the oldest monastery in the Nubra Valley and where a statue of Maitreya Buddha is located. After that, we'll start climbing toward Khardungla Top, the highest motorable road in the world at 18380 feet above sea level. Since the Khardungla pass is the main draw of the motorbike trip from Delhi to Leh, we will spend some time there before beginning the descent to Leh. By early evening, we will arrive in Leh, where you can spend the rest of the day exploring and shopping for trinkets.

Leh Local Sightseeing

Day 9 - Leh Local Sightseeing

Today's ride will be leisurely, and we'll start looking at the local attractions in and around Leh. After breakfast, we'll visit Magnetic Hill, Likir Gompa, and Alchi Monastery. By early evening, we'll be returning to Leh, where you can spend the rest of the evening exploring Shanti Stupa.

sarchu valley

Day 10 - Leh to Sarchu - 240 KM

After exploring one of Mother Nature's most magnificent wonders, we will begin our return trek on the Delhi to Leh Ladakh Bike Trip. We will be travelling on the same Manali-Leh route that we used for our last leg of the trip as we head towards Sarchu. By early evening, when we get in Sarchu, we can explore and take some magnificent photos of the city and the mountains that surround it.

Sarchu to Manali

Day 11 - Sarchu to Manali - 225 KM

The final day of the bike trip from Delhi to Leh to Delhi will be spent riding. We will head towards Manali and travel across the 3980-meter-high Rohtang Pass. We'll get to Manali by evening. We reunite for a farewell dinner after dropping off the bikes.

Manali to Delhi

Day 12 - Departure from Manali

Following breakfast, you will check out of the hotel and be driven to the bus terminal where your Volvo bus will take you to Delhi.

NOTE: Since you have plenty of time after checking out of the hotel, you can spend some time touring Manali town on your own before the majority of Volvo buses depart about 3 o'clock.

Tour Inclusions

  • Royal Royal Enfield 500CC
  • Dehli to Manali Volvo transfer ticket
  • Manali to Dehli Volvo transfer ticket
  • 11 Nights twin share accommodation att 3* Hotel/Swiss Camp
  • Breakfast and Dinner Included
  • All transfers and transportation for sight-seeing
  • Backup Vehicle (4x4)
  • Fuel, oil and maintenance mechanics
  • Tents, camping gear
  • Oxygen cylinder with First Aid kit
  • 2 Night bonefire in entire trip.
  • English speaking crew, support vehicle

Tour Exclusions

  • Meals which are not mentioned in inclusions
  • Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, and tips. etc.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks. Etc. (to be borne by the client directly on the spot.)
  • Tip to driver and tour escort person (IF ANY)
  • Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions
  • All applicable taxes
  • Protected area Permit- cost 600 Per Person
  • Any entrance fee to the monastery and monuments
  • Travel Insurance

If no fixed date suits you and you prefer to leave with your band of biker friends, this is the formula for you. For customization or group booking Please reach us at +91 9717797357


The Road to Ladakh: A 5200km Ride on Royal Enfield

A trip to Ladakh is the ultimate relief from the scorching heat of summer in India. Bikers and road trippers eagerly wait for the right time to hit the road to Ladakh in the thick of summer, while the rest of India keeps the fingers crossed in prayer to the god of rains for showers. Evidently, Ladakh road trip is an endless story . Previously, Jatin Kapoor, MD of Alternate Atlas, shared his Ladakh trip story with Indian Eagle . Now, Radhika Sharma from India has her own story to tell on Travel Beats .

I am always fond of traveling though I am unlike travel junkies who are driven by wanderlust. But I am a petrol head cum road tripper with the passion for driving anything that has an engine in it. In June, 2010, my innate desire for driving took me on a trip to the valley of Ladakh in the Himalayas only to discover the pristine beauty that India is. [pullquote] Not all trips make good stories! But my trip will surely make an inspirational story for the readers of Indian Eagle .[/pullquote]

My Ladakh road trip is all about 8 friends, 5 bikes, lots of riding and Ladakh itself. The carrier of choice was Royal Enfield for the life-long journey from Mumbai to Leh via Delhi and Manali. We rode the Royal Enfield bikes for a whopping distance of 5200 kms. Despite being an avid petrol head, I did not drive the bike on that trip. Rather, I preferred being a pillion all the way. We friends got together in Delhi, and then set out for a 520km long ride to Manali when the night began getting darker.

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The bikes were serviced in Manali for hassle-free, efficient riding. We picked a first aid kit, some medicines, some snickers and new helmets too. We took an off road to Rohtang and got closer to our destination. June is a month of the rainy season in India. Rohtang, the lord of all passes on the eastern Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas, too receives spells of rain off and on. It was a massive hurdle during the trip.

The rainfall caused a landslide which resulted in huge sludge. We got stuck on the way for over 10 hours. One of the bikes broke down adding to our misery. I could not keep up sitting on the back for long; I fell off the bike, and the bike then fell on me injuring one of my feet when the bike was pushing hard to drag itself through the smudge . However, we had a nice time awaiting us ahead just as every cloud has a silver lining.

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It took us 5 days to reach Leh. We took shelter at the roadside hotels along the way (most of them were basically decent tents with blankets and beds at cheap rates). We survived on Maggi for a few days. But the thrill of the trip was worth it. Though neither smooth nor plain like city roads, the roads to Leh are drivable and therefore, worth a mention.

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We had a nice time over cups of chai (tea) on the roadside camps where we chatted with good-hearted people. The warmth of hospitality is still left with me. The pleasure of having Maggi at high altitudes is many times more than that on plains. The same is true about the taste of food at the roadside dhabas. After an eventful ride for 5 days and nights, Leh was our home for the next three days.

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[pullquote] Leh is a perfect holiday destination for different people with different tastes .[/pullquote] There are cafes, adventure spots, and spots for leisure. Leh offers day trips to nearby lakes and hills. The place has a bit of antique charm that makes me feel relaxed with a desire to lay back turning my back on all worries. However, my posterior was relieved only when we checked into a hotel where we got read beds.

Then, we rode our bikes up to Khardungla, the world’s highest motorable pass at 17, 582 ft. What a great feeling! The next couple of days were spent taking trips to the beautiful Pangong Lake and the Shanti Stupa (the temple). Pangong Lake is the most scenic lake that I have ever seen in my life. The shimmering reflections of the surrounding mountains on the pristine blue waters of the lake do still take me on an imaginary trip. Then was the time to hit the road back home.

Leh, the ultimate destination of our biking trip, was worth riding all the distance. Our Ladakh road trip that lasted 10 days gave me a wealth of memories for lifetime . Finally, the road to Ladakh is neither a path of roses nor a bed of thorns. It is altogether a new experience, a pleasant memory, an inexplicable thrill, and an overwhelming joy!

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Make sure to visit Ladakh, be with nature, wonder at the daring height of mountains, admire the beauty of lakes, and drink to absolute serenity, at least, once in your life. – Radhika Sharma

About the Author

Radhika Sharma is a media professional with 10 years of collective experience with some of the biggest media networks in India. She has conducted premier technology shows. Though personal technology and TV programming are her fields of work at daytime, she is a diehard EDM music junkie and a writer at night. She loves being a petrol head and secretly a Jedi as well. Radhika does not only take pride in being a traveler but also listen to the foodie in her by spending time with forks and knifes.

About Indian Eagle 

Indian Eagle is a fast-growing international travel organization booking the best & cheapest flights online . IndianEagle.com is a most user-friendly portal with simple online travel booking technology which gives safe access to a fair range of cheap flight deals from international US to India airlines .

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Best Bikes for Leh Ladakh Road Trip

Posted on 19-Jan-2022 by Shashank

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Ladakh and road trips are almost like adjectives and inseparable. Since the very beginning when people started going to Ladakh, they felt happy and excited about the road trip. And that’s why people search for the best bikes for Leh Ladakh road trip. The challenges that the high-altitude passes offer, the astonishing beauty and eye-arresting panoramic view of the landscape- everything makes Ladakh a wonderful place to be at.

But as much as people like taking road trips to Leh-Ladakh, they also have to consider opting for a bike that makes the trip comfortable yet exciting. It is true that not many people think about this but you should. Afterall, Ladakh is not an easy trail. You need to have a bike that is good on performance and has a sturdy balance between ergonomics and power without missing out on the comfort even if it is just marginal. Making it even better are the options in the Indian Market. 

If you are planning on taking a motorbike trip to Ladakh, you should definitely make sure that the bike you choose is able to take all the beating this enticing trail has on offer. From high-altitude passes to cold temperatures, slushy roads to unwinding roads; you have to keep all of it in mind. 

So to make it better for you, we have created a list of the best 10 bikes that you can completely rely on. Not only will they have an adequate amount of power but if taken good care of, it will give you the best of experience throughout. 

Here are List of Top 10 Best Bikes for Your Leh Ladakh Road Trip

Royal enfield himalayan, royal enfield classic 350, hero x-pulse 200, ktm 250 adventure, royal enfield thunderbird 350, bajaj avenger 220, bajaj pulsar 220 f, tvs apache rtr 200 4v, tvs apache rtr 160 4v, ktm duke 200.

Ladakh Bike Trip 2021

Royal Enfield Himalayan is one of those bikes that is made for everything. It zooms past every terrain like a piece of cake. Even if it is Ladakh, Himalayan can do it easily and keeping in mind the making and power of the bike- it won’t be wrong to say that this is one of the best budget bikes in India for a Ladakh trip. Irrespective of the fact that it is a solo bike trip to Ladakh or with a pillion, this bike won’t have a problem at all. Royal Enfield Himalayan has always been a powerful and sturdy motorcycle to ride. What has made it better now is a refiner engine and higher ground clearance.

The long suspension stroke, grunty engine and a cage chassis makes it a wonder bike to ride in Ladakh. To make things even better, the manufacturers have placed it at a very considerable cost. This 400 cc bike is one of the most budget friendly adventure tourers in the Indian bike market. The pillion seat of the bike is amazingly comfortable. Like many other tourers, if you wish to make multiple trips to Ladakh or somewhere else, install a saddle cage and enjoy your modified tourer.

  • Cubic Capacity (CC) – 411 cc
  • Power – 24.3 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 15 litres
  • Mileage – 30 kmpl

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Yet again we have a 350 cc bike that’s from the Royal Enfield house. It is a bike that has already made it’s legacy in the Indian market. This is a bike that has made years and years of off-trail biking easy and comfortable. In the terrain like that of Ladakh, Royal Enfield Bullet Classic 350 serves as the right companion. It is a bike that will never give you any hiccups during your Ladakh motorbike road trip. Not only does it get the thumping exhaust note that Royal Enfield is famous for, it also has given some more features to the bike making it one of the best in the current bike market. Bullet has a very simple to assemble structure which means, even if you face a breakdown at any point throughout the trip you can get it fixed anywhere without any issue. 

This retro-looking bike has a grunty engine that can pull you from any situation. To be honest, Royal Enfield Classic 350 is one of the most preferred bikes by Indians when it comes to traveling to Ladakh. There are multiple options that a person gets to enjoy so this is also a good thing about the manufacturers, isn’t it? 

  • Cubic Capacity (CC) – 346 cc
  • Power – 19.1 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 13.5 litres 
  • Mileage – 35 kmpl

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Boy O boy, Hero has created a gem or we can say the best budget off-roading bike for the Indian motorbike market. And there is no denying the fact that this is an absolute stunner. Firstly, it comes under 1.4 lacs, second it is a light-weighted motorcycle, third the ground clearance of the bike is the best-in-class. Xpulse 200 is a 199 cc bike that has the traits of a full-fledged sports tourer. People going on a road trip to Ladakh, prefer using this bike for more than one reason. Needless to say that Xpulse is extraordinary in its performance too. 

Even after being a 200 cc bike, Hero has managed to offer considerable power in the Xpulse. Not only that, the rider can enjoy a greater torque while riding the bike. The ergonomics of this motorcycle is so well-made that even if you take a pillion with yourself, you won’t feel any problem at all. The bike feels so grounded and the thicker wheel base gives more traction with the ground. Make sure that you have all the gears with you including a riding jacket. 

  • Cubic Capacity (CC) – 199 cc
  • Power – 17.8 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 13 litres 
  • Mileage – 40 kmpl

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One of the finest and newest editions to the biking market of India, KTM 250 Duke Adventure is simply going to make a perfect companion for your Ladakh Trips. This is one of the recent tourer section bikes that has made an entry in the market with a bang. Not only does it have the heart of Duke but the power as well. What makes it even better of an adventurer’s bike is the ground clearance, expansive and cushioned seats, a TFT display and a comfortable riding position. Although, you will be getting these things in many bikes but KTM has brought everything under one roof with this beautiful bike. 

KTM 250 Adventure is a quarter-litre bike that can easily conquer the high passes, adversity of roads of Ladakh and other things. There is no denying the fact that this is one of the best choices to make if you want to visit Ladakh with your brand new bike. Additionally, the bike looks stylish and amazing even in the cities. 

  • Cubic Capacity (CC) – 249 cc
  • Power – 29.5 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 14.5 litres 

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Yes, this is the third Royal Enfield bike on our list and this too deserves a place in the list. Although this bike comes in two variants, one is the 350 and the other one is 650 but we have included the smaller capacity in our list. While you plan for a bike trip to Ladakh, there is no denying that cruisers are some of the best choices. Some people love tourers though. But when it comes to having a pillion for your Ladakh bike trip, a cruiser like the one we have here is an exceptional choice. 

It comes with a padded pillion seat that gives a good thigh support too. Moreover, you will also enjoy the backrest which again is padded. And when you thought it can’t get any better, the bike comes with a huge 20 liters fuel tank and it delivers approximately 35 kmpl of mileage. And just to top it all, it delivers 19.8 bhp of maximum power. All of this together is simply unbeatable and that’s the reason why many people prefer to take this bike with them. 

  • Power – 19.8 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 20 litres 

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If there was a bike that cannot be any better for a tourer then it has to be this one. An affordable option that has everything you want is Bajaj Avenger 220. This is one of those bikes that can be taken easily to Ladakh. Not only does this motorcycle offer power but immense comfort. Many couples who plan on buying a bike and visiting Ladakh, do take this one as their option. It is an amazing machine that has enough ground clearance and a double-padded pillion seat with backrest.

If you are renting a bike in Ladakh or any other place, even if you are considering the options from friends, you can opt for the Avenger as your ride. Do not think twice if you have a pillion too. There can’t be any better comfort than this one. It is one of the best bikes and most preferred one too for people visiting Ladakh.

  • Cubic Capacity (CC) – 220 cc
  • Power – 18.7 bhp
  • Mileage – 38 kmpl

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There is no denying the fact that Bajaj Pulsar has a different level of fan following. It is one of the most preferred and sold bikes in India. And there is a reason for that. Bajaj Pulsar 220 F is one of the editions of this tribe and it is absolutely top-notch in performance. Pulsar 220 F is a bike that has millions of admirers and users throughout the globe. It is a generously refined machine giving an output that can be good enough for even the toughest of trails. 

If you are looking for a bike for Ladakh and then your daily use, Pulsar 220 can be your pick. Without a doubt you will enjoy the comfort as a rider. Pillions do not share the same comfort though but the top-speed of the bike is also something it boasts of. 

  • Power – 20.11 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 15 litres 

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Yes there is a 2.0 version in the market now but that doesn’t change anything. Apache RTR 4v is a game changer for TVS. It is one of those bikes that has been helping people enjoy off-roading activities much. It has a super refined engine and one of the best in class. This bike makes sure that you do not have any problems commuting to and from Ladakh. Even though it is a city commuter, don’t be afraid to take it to any off trail. Ladakh has always been a go-to destination for people and Apache right from the beginning has been a sweet bike to take to the off-roading trails. 

Just keep in mind you have got the bike serviced before going to Ladakh. It is important because this will bulletproof your entire trip. You would not have to worry about anything else apart from this. During your trip this bike can pull you through adverse road conditions and also give you a chance to enjoy the refinement. The handling and ergonomics of the bike are absolutely top-notch. 

  • Cubic Capacity (CC)- 197.75 cc
  • Power – 20 bhp
  • Fuel Tank Capacity – 12 litres 
  • Mileage – 37 kmpl
Read also- How and Where to Carry Spare Fuel for Ladakh Trip

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There is no denying the fact that Apache RTR 160 4v is an absolutely amazing choice to make when it comes to going for a road trip to Ladakh on a bike. This bike is light, has good handling, enjoys comfort, makes good power and torque, and so much more. What is more important here is that it has an amazing mileage to offer with that. 160 4v is also preferred by a lot of people and they love taking a trip to Ladakh using this bike. 

The motorcycle comes with a host of technologies that help combat adverse situations easily. Making it better is the power it makes even though having a small engine. The company has also given it a set of DRLs that will illuminate your path ahead.  

  • Cubic Capacity (CC) – 159.7 cc
  • Power – 17.39 bhp
  • Mileage – 45 kmpl
Also Read: A Guide to Leh Ladakh Bike Trip from Delhi

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Yes, there is another bike that belongs to KTM and it is an absolute stunner after the upgrade it got. It now has more refinement, power and seat space. The bike has enough torque to see you through the off-roading. Looking at the power and other specifications, Duke 200 is a good one and you can rely on it for your convenience. 

So, once you are set to go for a bike trip to Ladakh, you can rely on this bike without any problem. Even if you have taken a pillion with you, there won’t be any problem for you. Being a tag of power, Duke 200 also gets amazing power making it a sweeter deal for you.

  • Cubic Capacity (CC)- 199.5 cc
  • Power – 25.4 bhp
  • Mileage – 33 kmpl

If you have already decided to go to Ladakh on a bike trip, then the above-given list is going to help you a lot. There is no denying the fact that a lot of bikes are not listed here but the ones that are, will not let you down. There are a lot of other things that you will have to keep in mind while taking the bike trip because you should be well-prepared for your Ladakh Trip. 

From a riding jacket to gloves and layers of warm clothes is a must. If you can, buy water resistant shoes so that you are able to enjoy the ride. Because even if you are visiting here during June, the water puddles will have ice cold water. So to prevent yourself from all of that, it is better to make your trip comfortable throughout.  

Read Also: Leh Ladakh Bike Trip 2022 – Comprehensive Guide for Bikers

Faqs About Best Motorcycle for Ladakh Bike Trip

Can i rent a bike in leh ladakh.

Yes you can rent a bike in Leh Ladakh. There are a lot of service providers that are lending bikes to people and it has been increasing ever since. If you want to enjoy a bike trip, you can rent it from Ladakh itself. There won’t be a problem because the internal circuit of Ladakh is also astonishing and exciting. 

To make it better, the bike options available with the service providers in Leh Ladakh for rent are more. This means, you get a lot of biking options in the market without breaking a sweat. All you need to do is look out for them. Most probably you will have no problem in finding a bike from the above list if you wish to rent a bike in Ladakh.

Which is the best month to go on a Ladakh bike trip?

The best month to go to Ladakh is June when all the roads and entire Leh Ladakh circuit is open for tourists. The summer months between May- end and September (October at times) is the duration between which people plan to make their Leh Ladakh road trip. This is the time when the circuits from both sides are accessible. 

June being the hottest month of the year in India is also the best time for people to visit here as accessing the newly made union territory during the time is quite easy and amazing.

Is it safe to travel Ladakh by bike?

Yes, traveling to Ladakh by bike is absolutely safe and a lot of people do that every year. All you need to make sure is that you have the right bike, all the gears, and yes, the right time too. Many riders from across the country plan and take this trip every year. 

So, if you are having any second thoughts about taking a solo road trip to Ladakh then just wash all of it away because it is quite interesting and people take it without any problem. Just select an ideal bike and go on with your enjoyment.

Is bike rental available in Leh Ladakh?

Yes, bike rental is available in Leh Ladakh and you can also rent a bike here. If you do not want to spend time riding all the way to Ladakh, simply reach here by flight and enjoy a bike ride from here. There are a variety of bikes that you can rent from here. And do not be in a mindset where you will think that if the entire trip isn’t taken, you will miss out on all the fun. That is not going to happen. You will still have fun. To know about bike Rental in Ladakh, Click Here !

How many days are sufficient for the Leh Ladakh Road Trip?

10 day approximately. Although, this question is highly subjective as it depends on a lot of things like the time you want to spend at a single destination. How many destinations do you want to cover during your trip? How fast can you ride? And so on. There are multiple things that a person has to consider while accounting for this question. But the duration mentioned above is for a comfortable trip to Ladakh from Delhi . It is subjective as we have mentioned above, so calculate it for yourself accounting every factor.

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Ladakh Motorcycle Tour

Put on your helmet and venture out on an adventure that is not only one of the toughest and most daring, but also the world’s greatest motorcycle tour .

Yes, we are talking about a motorcycle tour of Ladakh that promises to take you through delightful vistas and majestic landscapes of the Himalayas as soon as you step foot on this amazing land. And as you ride higher and higher into the mountains, the streams of the Himalayas accompany you all along the way to the ultimate peaks of the world.

Nestled on the Tibetan plateau, Ladakh is regarded as one of the remotest and elevated regions of India. At the same time, it is an awe-inspiring tourist destination that is home to numerous monasteries and ancient temples. In fact, the capital of Ladakh, Leh, is also referred to as “Little Tibet” as spiritualism is still practiced in this region in its purest form.

But that’s not all why this region is so fascinating: Ladakh is also home to outstanding medieval palaces, a number of beautiful villages, cold deserts, sensational landscapes and a deeply rooted Buddhist culture.

And most importantly, it is one of the most treacherous regions of Asia.

Amazing, isn’t it? So, if you are planning to embark on this adventurous motorcycle trip any time soon, read on to get a complete insight.

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Tour Overview

  • Skill Level Required - Intermediate
  • Duration - 09 Days 08 Nights
  • Distance - 1400 Km
  • Tour Period - May To September
  • Minimum Group Size - 6 Riders
  • Accommodation - Premium & Boutique
  • Motorcycle - Royal Enfield Himalayan / Scram 411
  • Fly In & Out of - Leh, India (IXL)
  • Tour Price - USD 2,999 Rider
  • Tour Price - USD 2,499 Pillion
  • May 12 USD 2,999 Rider USD 2,499 Pillion
  • June 9 USD 2,999 Rider USD 2,499 Pillion
  • July 20 USD 2,999 Rider USD 2,499 Pillion
  • Aug 19 USD 2,999 Rider USD 2,499 Pillion
  • Sep 5 USD 2,999 Rider USD 2,499 Pillion

Ladakh Motorcycle Tour Route Map

Tour Itinerary

Day #1 new delhi international airport - leh airport.

Once you have arrived in India from your home country, you will board an aircraft booked by us from New Delhi International Airport (Terminal 3) which will take you all the way to your base camp.

And from the moment you arrive at Leh Airport, your tour will begin. But in order to acclimatize with the altitude, you might require a few hours of sleep. This is why we will transfer you straight to your Hotel in Leh. Post which, you will be introduced with the rest of the touring team.

Subsequently, a brand-new Royal Enfield Himalayan / Scram 411 will be provided to you, which, you can take out for a short ride towards the Royal Leh Palace.

Day #2 Leh - Lamayuru - Leh

On the second day of your trip, you will set out early on your Royal Enfield to visit the famous Lamayuru Monastery, one of the most fascinating, ancient, and enormous monasteries of Ladakh. This monastery performs traditional spiritual ceremonies on a daily basis, reflecting the practices of Drikung and Kagyu Buddhism. On your way back to Leh, you will have the chance to witness the enchanting beauty of the moonscapes, the extraordinary Magnetic Hill as well as Alchi Monastery.

Day #3 Leh - Nubra Valley

You will be having an early morning breakfast, as today we will be heading towards Nubra Valley, which is also known as the “Valley of Flowers”. But behold, as you will be riding over an acclaimed mountain pass, the mighty Khardung La (17,582 ft.), which in fact is a gateway to this valley.

And after successfully crossing this high mountain pass, you will ride towards Turtuk, a majestic village known for its fruit plantation, especially apricots.

Later in the evening, you will make your way to Hunder, which, to be honest, is an oasis in the middle of this cold desert. And finally, we will conclude our day by spending the night in a boutique resort surrounded by stunning Himalayan landscapes.

Day #4 Nubra Valley - Pangong Tso

Another early start to the day as you will set off for Lake Pangong via the Shyok Route. Located at an altitude of 13,940 feet, Pangong Lake or Pangong Tso, an endorheic lake, is known for its sparkling blue water and mesmerizing backdrop.

The ride to the lake offers many sightseeing opportunities and once you have reached, you can spend the rest of the day relaxing in an oasis of serenity.

But lo and behold, as the best is yet to come! An overnight stay by the lake will be arranged, along with a lovely bonfire for a short get together with the team.

Day #5 Pangong Tso - Leh

On the fifth day, you will head back to your base camp (Leh city). So, following a hearty breakfast by the lake, you will make your way to the mighty Changla Pass (the tenth highest motorable pass in the world: 17,586 ft.) and ride back to the city of Leh. This journey will fascinate you with its majestic vistas and panoramic settings.

And upon reaching, you will conclude your day by relaxing in a premium hotel.

Day #6 Leh - Tso Moriri

On the sixth day, your expedition will once again take you to the beautiful and picturesque Tso Moriri. Situated on the Changthang Plateau, Tso Moriri is considered to be one of the most beautiful, serene and sacred lakes of the Himalayas.

To be honest, the ride towards this lake is quite demanding and involves a lot of off-road riding that will definitely polish your motoring skills while giving countless memories in the process. And after reaching the lakeside, you can relax for the rest of the day in a traditional Ladakhi settlement.

Day #7 Tso Moriri - Leh

You will start your day with a wholesome organic breakfast and authentic butter tea as you prepare to ride back to your base camp (Leh city). On your way back, you will ride towards Tso Kar, yet another high-altitude lake on the Rupshu Plateau in southern Ladakh featuring snow-capped mountains and panoramic views. Here, you will have all the time in the world to fill your soul with the sight before resuming your journey back to Leh.

On the way back, you will also cross the mighty Tanglang La, another high mountain pass (17,480 feet) and a gateway to your base camp. Later in the evening, you will be invited to a small get-together to share your experiences with the other riders of your team along with drinks and dinner.

This would be the last day of your motorcycle tour and we will leave this day for you to explore this beautiful region all by yourself. You can visit the nearby Tibetan market to shop for souvenirs or roam through the landscapes to take back home as many memories as you can.

Day #9 Leh - New Delhi International Airport

This delightful motorcycle tour will end today, leaving you with blissful memories that will remain with you for the rest of the eternity. Our representative will take you to the airport, from where you can board your flight back to the capital city of New Delhi.

But before you leave, the entire team of Wild Triumph will bid adieu and wish you good health, success and happiness for the rest of your life.

Top 5 Places You Will Visit On This Motorcycle Tour

Ladakh : A dream destination for wanderers, backpackers, moto travelers, adventure seekers and nature lovers.

So, if you think that Ladakh is only an adventurous destination suitable for extreme riders, you probably are unaware of the beautiful places the region has to offer. As such, if you are planning a motorcycle trip to Ladakh and wondering what you will get out of it besides a great ride – here is a list of 5 most beautiful spots that are part of this tour.

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley, also called Dumra, is a historical region of Ladakh situated at an altitude of around 10,000 feet above sea level. This valley is the most scenic and amongst the best tourist destinations in Ladakh.

With its stunning backdrop and gracious locals, Nubra Valley, which was once an ancient trade route connecting to Yarkand (an autonomous region of China), is in fact one of the cherished destinations amongst motorcycle enthusiasts.

Nestled in the heart of the great Himalayas, this region is one of the last treasures of our planet due to its remoteness. Indeed, a visit to Nubra is not just a journey, but a travel experience – the huge sand dunes of Hunder in this valley make a spectacular setting for an overnight stay that ought to be experienced once in your life.

Pangong Tso

Pangong Tso

Remember the sparkling clear lake and scenic route we mentioned in the itinerary? Well, this lake is what we were talking about and is indeed one of the most fascinating places to visit in Ladakh.

And while lakes and streams are not uncommon in the Himalayan region, none of them can compare to this picturesque Pangong Tso. And not only that: depending on the time of day, you can observe different shades of blue until evening. Then after sunset, millions of stars can be seen reflecting on its surface.

Believe it or not, it is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world and can be reached from your base camp (Leh) by venturing on a short 6-hour ride. Surprisingly, Pangong Tso freezes over in winter, even though it is considered to be the highest saltwater lake in the world! How fascinating is that?

Tso Moriri

The magnificent Tso Moriri Lake, situated in a remote corner of the Himalayas, is considered to be the largest snow-covered lake of India. Located at an altitude of more than 14,835 feet above sea level in a treacherous mountainous terrain, it appears nothing but a heavenly gift. However, owing to its high altitude and challenging route, not many riders embark on this journey.

This beautiful blue lake, measuring approximately 7 kilometers in width and around 19 kilometers in length, is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna.

And while we agree that Pangong Tso is by far more famous, it’s Tso Moriri that will simply leave you in awe. All in all, it is a must visit and worthwhile destination for anyone who embarks on a motorcycle tour of Ladakh.

Hemis Monastery

Hemis Monastery

About 45 kilometers from the city of Leh, you will come across the monastery of Hemis, which dates back to the 11th century. This monastery was built during the reign of the Ladakhi King Singe Namgyal in 1627 AD and houses numerous beautiful artworks, engraved statues, and ancient swords that were used by the king. Being a Tibetan monastery, it is the most extravagant and remarkable site in Ladakh that has still preserved the largest of all Thangka paintings.

Above all, the Hemis religious community celebrates their main annual festival in this monastery, which is held in honor of Lord Padmasambhava . It is one of the most exciting festivals in the world involving spiritual mask dance commonly known as Cham .

In the 18th and 19th centuries, Hemis was restructured into its present appearance with a large assembly hall and a spacious courtyard. It now features a three-dimensional structure representing Mandala and is filled with countless artistic treasures making it one of the most outstanding examples of Buddhist architecture and a special highlight of our motorcycle trip.

Royal Leh Palace

Royal Leh Palace

Most of you would associate Ladakh with religious monasteries, clear blue lakes, breathtaking landscapes and high mountain peaks. However, with its Royal Kings and Palaces, Ladakh is also entwined with a rich history.

The enormous 17th-century Leh Palace, designed to resemble the former residence of the Dalai Lama (Potala Palace of Tibet), overlooks the marketplace and winding streets of this city. It is a 9-storey high mansion, where the upper floors were originally utilized by the royal family, while the lower floors were used for storage and supplies.

This Royal Leh Palace is about 4.5 kilometers from the Leh Airport and is accessible by road. Currently, the Palace is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and the view from the terrace is breathtaking. So, be sure to explore this wonderful architecture on the first day of your trip!

How To Plan Your Ladakh Motorcycle Tour?

Anyone who is willing to embark on a motorcycle tour of Ladakh is usually overwhelmed with all kinds of possibilities. But the first real question is: How to start planning your trip? So, before you get down to the practical tasks involving packing, flight booking, etc., the first thing you should focus on is finalizing the itinerary.

Typically, the route you choose and the places you wish to visit on your expedition will determine the number of days required for a motorcycle trip to Ladakh. For instance, you can start your trip either from Delhi, from Manali or directly from the capital of Ladakh by flying straight to Leh from New Delhi International Airport.

As such, you will need to spare at least 18 days for a motorcycle trip starting from Delhi. But if you can’t devote that much time, you have the option of starting the tour from Manali and riding all the way to Ladakh via the Leh-Manali Highway, bringing the total duration of the tour to 14 days.

And if you are interested in traversing the entire Ladakh range while keeping the duration of the tour to a minimum, you can fly directly to Leh and start your journey from there, which incidentally would take around 9 days.

Always remember that planning a motorcycle trip in advance is the best way to get yourself prepared for the experience. And you should certainly devote enough time to think about all the places you would want to visit and how much time you can actually spend riding towards them.

If you are on a tight schedule, it is highly likely that you will constantly pressure yourself during the tour and may even want to skip some important destinations in order to finish the trip quickly.

So, be sure to work out a practical itinerary that includes plenty of free time between two major destinations to make this trip as exciting and relaxing as possible.

For more tips on multi-day motorcycle tour of Ladakh, check out our article: How to prepare for Ladakh motorcycle trip .

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Best Motorcycles For Touring In Ladakh

Every rider must first of all give consideration to the motorcycle on which he has practical hands-on experience. After all, riding in the mountains can be extremely demanding as it requires a lot of off-roading skills.

And by choosing a motorcycle that you can manage well and that is anything but difficult to maneuver has always proven to be helpful in such ventures. So, make sure you go for comfort rather than style.

If you are looking for suggestions: Royal Enfield’s Himalayan is the most popular machine among motorcyclists, topping the charts year after year when it comes to touring in Ladakh. There is a reason for this, which is why so many of these can been in the Indian mountains. And thanks to its low center of gravity as well as ease-of-control, the bike remains stable in all kinds of terrain.

But besides the Himalayan, there are a few other recommended brands if you want to try something different: BMW R 1200 GS, Triumph Tiger 1200, Honda Africa Twin and Hero Xpulse.

For a detailed insight, check out our article on some of the best motorcycles for touring in Ladakh .

Best Time To Embark On a Motorcycle Tour Of Ladakh

Unlike the rest of India, a rather different time is recommended for traveling into the Indian Himalayas.

This is because while the rest of India experiences peak summers, this would be the ideal time to enjoy a motorcycle trip through Ladakh. Especially if you have decided to visit some remote regions that involve crossing a high mountain pass, as these routes are only open from May until September.

Slightly lower-lying regions of Ladakh, such as the capital Leh, can be accessed year-round if you fly directly into the city from New Delhi. However, expect heavy snowfall and adverse weather conditions if you plan to travel apart from the said months.

Altogether, the best time to venture on a motorcycle trip around Ladakh starts from May and remains till last week of September with the approximate temperature ranging between 10 to 15°C during the day. However, the month of June & September are particularly ideal for motorcyclists as you won’t find many tourists at this time of the year.

Ladakh motorcycle tour packing checklist

Things To Pack For Your Ladakh Motorcycle Trip

While there are a lot of things motorcyclists could agree on, no one seems to be absolutely right on one basic question: Packing.

Fortunately, you’re in for a treat today, because as experts in motorcycle touring , we have come up with a list of what to take and what to leave for your motorcycle trip to Ladakh. But do remember, our checklist is just an aid – and what is absolutely necessary depends on you entirely.

Required Physical Fitness For Touring In Ladakh

Long distance motorcycle tours require a good level of fitness, which is why it is often recommended to prepare several weeks in advance for your trip by following fitness regimes on a routine basis.

A multi-day motorcycle tour of Ladakh should not be underestimated – for the sake of your own safety. This is because an adventure such as this demands considerable amount of motor skills including an accurate responsiveness of your arms, shoulders and neck, especially on the curves.

In addition, this adventure involves riding in extreme weather conditions that eventually puts a lot of strain on the body.

Moreover, the oxygen content in the air is much lower than elsewhere, which greatly increases the risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). It is therefore advisable to prepare the body well before such a trip to improve overall endurance and breathing capabilities.

Pro Tip: A regular fitness routine of more than six hours per week boosts cardiovascular health and your ability to recover quickly from exertion – and is the best way to prepare yourself for the Himalayas.

Tips For Riding Motorcycle In Ladakh

When you think of motorcycle touring in India , the first thing that comes to mind is the Himalayan mountains of Ladakh. And while there are certainly some straight roads you can find there, that is not often the case.

Given that most of you would be traveling from the west, here are few tips to help you ride in the mountains.

Tip 1: Not only do you need an agile motorcycle, but also a good sturdy helmet, waterproof pants, touring jacket, riding boots and motorcycle gloves to ensure complete safety in this treacherous region of Himalayas.

Tip 2: While entering a blind curve, it is important to have a clear view of the oncoming traffic as soon as possible. And in case something comes up unexpectedly, you as a motorcyclist need to be able to react quickly and accurately.

Tip 3: Always stay on the left-hand side while you are riding, unless you are overtaking, which should never be done without getting a clear view.

Tip 4: Watch out for falling rocks, gravel or black ice. These are typical warning signs of upcoming danger. And be careful: strong winds usually bring a lot of debris and loose splinters along with them.

Tip 5: Do not engage the front brakes excessively (else they will overheat and fail). It is better to shift down a gear and allow the engine to do the work.

Tip 6: Himalayan passes are often quite treacherous. As such, a good physical fitness is highly recommended!

Tip 7: In general, while riding in the high mountains of Ladakh, you must expect extreme weather conditions, including snow. So, be prepared for uncertainties at all times and pack accordingly.

Tip 8: If you are a novice rider, you should improve your riding skills by enrolling in one of the basic motorcycle safety foundation courses available near you. This is because you will be riding on winding and unpaved roads that are quite demanding and require at the least intermediate level of expertise.

Tip 9: Before venturing into any of the remote regions, it is wise to check with the locals about the condition of the road as well as the expected weather.

Tip 10: And lastly, touring in Ladakh is not just about challenges, remember to take as many stoppages as you like to embrace your journey and to relax.

Suggested Reading: How To Ensure A Safe Motorcycle Ride In The Himalayas

What is included in this tour?

  • Flight from New Delhi International Airport (Terminal 3) to Leh Airport.
  • Flight from Leh Airport to New Delhi International Airport.
  • Airport Pickup & Drop.
  • Royal Enfield Himalayan or Scram 411 as per rider’s choice.
  • Twin-shared accommodation (additional $750 in case you prefer separate rooms).
  • Backup SUV / Pickup Truck / Mini Bus.
  • Protected Area Permit.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Group Leader, Mechanic, Cultural Guide and Support Staff.
  • Medical Aid (On-call doctor available).

How much does Ladakh motorcycle trip cost?

The classic way to calculate the cost of a Ladakh motorcycle trip is to determine the expected individual expense. For instance: tour package price, international flight charges, visa fees, and other miscellaneous costs (helmet, boots, jacket, etc.).

Now once you have made a list of these expenses, curate them all and add them up to get a ballpark figure. However, this calculation is never accurate and never reliable as there is always a possibility of unexpected expense including but not limited to shopping.

To give you a realistic idea of the actual cost involved on a trip to Ladakh, let’s just say for a 9-day tour, take a note of the following expenses.

All in all, if you opt for a 9-day of motorcycle trip to Ladakh, you will have to keep a budget of $4,920 aside.

However, this expense can be controlled and kept to a bare minimum. The most common way to keep your spending under control is to keep a list of your expenses. We recommend our riders who participate in our guided tours to use TravelSpend , a fairly simple app that is free (basic version) and serves the purpose.

All you do is enter the expenses under the relevant categories (e.g., alcohol, shopping, snacks) to get a graphical representation of how much you have spent and how much you are probably going to spend in the upcoming days.

Will I get altitude sickness while touring in Ladakh?

With rising altitude, the air pressure decreases and so does the ability of a body to absorb oxygen. However, once our body experiences conditions such as these, it immediately begins to adapt with the situation which can be seen by an increased heart beat in order to transport more oxygen to the blood. But this process may last for couple of days depending on the altitude you are riding.

Altitude sickness can affect riders of all age groups, both men and women, smokers and non-smokers alike. Therefore, it is best to address the problem before it becomes worse.

In short, mild symptoms of altitude sickness are quite common while touring in Ladakh. These symptoms fade away in a couple of days as you begin to acclimatize. So, during the first few days of your arrival, make sure you wear warm clothes and maintain a healthy diet.

Staying hydrated enough with electrolyte and water will also help your body to absorb oxygen better. Butter tea, fresh juice, and warm soup will also help, but refrain from alcohol at least for first few days.

Further Reading: How To Prevent Mountain Sickness On A Motorcycle Tour of Himalayas

Do I need a visa to participate in Ladakh motorcycle tours?

All the participants that would like to venture on a motorcycle tour of Ladakh are required by law to obtain an Indian visa prior to their departure from home country.

This applies to all foreign nationals, including those from Europe, UK and USA. However, you don’t need to visit any Indian embassy for this, as you can submit the application form online directly with the Bureau of Immigration ( Click here to visit website).

Your Indian visa will be emailed to you once it has been issued, and all you have to do is print it out and carry along with you.

Advice : Since you are visiting the country just for leisure, you can apply for an e-visa, also known as ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization), which is the cheapest and fastest way to get a tourist visa.

Do I need travel health insurance?

All the participants that have private insurance cover need to check their policy for international coverage. Typically, coverage outside the home country is limited, and not all policies include medical evacuation in the event of mishap.

This is why we recommend that you choose a specialized travel health insurance that covers your health outside of your home country as well. This type of insurance will protect you in case you fall sick or require any kind of treatment during your trip.

Subject to certain conditions, it will also cover the cost of return transport. Moreover, these insurances are not very expensive and usually cost around $150 for a two-week long trip.

What is the minimum & maximum number of participants in this tour?

In order to guarantee a quality service at a reasonable price, we require a certain number of participants. As such, we require a minimum number of 6 riders (excluding pillion riders) to successfully commence a guided motorcycle tour.

In the event that this is not achieved, we can propose an exclusive private motorcycle tour for you and your friends for a small surcharge.

Likewise, a maximum of 14 riders are allowed in a group in order to guarantee a satisfactory experience.

Is there an option to modify the tour?

A group of 6 or more riders may, by mutual consent, request customization before booking the tour. Such customizations may include a change in the overall duration of the tour, starting date, addition of specific destinations, altogether different motorcycles, or changes in the level of difficulty.

As an alternate to the aforementioned motorcycle tour, we also have few other routes on offer. Feel free to explore our entire range of Himalayan motorcycle tours to get a detailed insight.

Do pillion riders hold a guaranteed seat in the support vehicle?

All the pillion riders accompanying the tour have a guaranteed seat in the backup vehicle.

However, do note that we may change the vehicle type depending on the number of pillion riders accompanying the tour. For instance, a couple of pillion riders can easily relax in the back seat of an SUV, but if the group size is significantly big, we would switch to a 15-seater mini-bus.

Do I need a driving license?

Yes, international travelers must carry their country-issued driver’s license along with international driver’s license in order to drive any kind of motorized vehicle in India.

This international driver’s license is a kind of translation of your country issued license and is meant to make it easier for the officials or the traffic patrol officer to check whether you are authorized to ride a motorcycle or not.

What documents do I need for participating in this tour?

Apart from a valid driver’s license, passport and your ETA / Visa, all the international riders visiting Ladakh need to carry a Protective Area Permit (PAP Act 1958) to visit regions that are close to the international borders or are deemed restricted by the Government of India to ensure the protection of ecosystem and the local culture alike.

Not to worry though, the day you arrive in Ladakh, our representative will ensure that you have this important document issued before we enter in these restricted regions.

Do note however, if you are a diplomatic passport holder, a member of the United Nations, or a citizen of any neighboring countries of India ( see list here ), you will have to apply for this permit yourself three months in advance from either Indian Ministry of External Affairs or Home Affairs.

How much is the security deposit for the motorcycle?

You are required to deposit cash in the amount of $500 prior to the start of the tour. This deposit will be refunded in full after inspecting your motorcycle at the end of the tour.

And while all minor tumbles or tip-overs that do not significantly damage the motorcycle are generally covered by us, no refunds shall be made in the event of a serious fall, particularly involving negligence on the part of rider.

Where can I keep my luggage?

As a guided motorcycle tour operator, we bear the responsibility for carrying all the luggage on the tour. We usually bring a pickup truck along on these kinds of tours to store reserve fuel, spare parts, and luggage of all the tour participants.

Do I need to buy an Indian SIM card for my phone?

Except for some remote locations where even Indian sims won’t work, almost all regions in the Himalayas have an Internet connection.

So, in most cases, you will have access to a Wi-Fi network in your hotels, through which you can connect with your friends and family back home. Besides, we usually lend a cell phone to our group in case the local network is slow or has a poor connection. All in all, the choice is yours!

Do I need to follow any traffic laws in Ladakh?

All the Indian traffic laws and regulations apply to the Himalayan region of Ladakh as well.

Remember that vehicles in India drive on the left side of the road. Moreover, as a motorcyclist, always make way for bigger vehicles in case they are overtaking or are coming from the opposite direction.

And remember, honking in India is not at all offensive. It is sometimes used as a gesture to warn someone or as a precaution while entering a blind curve.

Road signs are equally important to understand as they guide drivers on the road. Read everything about them here .

What can I eat or drink in Ladakh?

Motorcycle touring in Ladakh also means relaxing over a cup of tea or enjoying your time with a delicious bowl of hot soup and noodles in between.

You will find many restaurants and cafés that serve authentic traditional dishes as well as international cuisines (Chinese, Nepalese, etc.), so you can really indulge in anything you like.

As for beverages, in Leh, the capital of Ladakh, there are many good bars and pubs that offer countless alcoholic options such as scotch, wine and beer. In the other remote regions, you won’t find much except for beer, so you can keep some reserve in the backup vehicle if you wish.

Should I bring Indian rupees to Ladakh, or are US dollars preferable?

It is advised to carry Indian rupees with you during the entire tour period.

All the international travelers are allowed to carry a maximum of 25,000 rupees while crossing international borders. However, you can bring in up to US$5,000 in cash into India without following any legal formalities. Should you wish to bring in more foreign currency, you will need to fill out a customs declaration form provided by the authorities.

Upon arrival in India, you can either use your credit / debit card with pin to withdraw cash from the ATMs found almost in every part of the city, or you can visit a foreign exchange counter at the airport.

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A Soulful and Blissful Tour to Ladakh on Motorcycle for those who are solitude seekers as well as Motorbike adventure enthusiasts. Bikers on this journey to the Himalayas ride through a realm of ancient silk routes, Buddhist Monasteries and the contrast of crimson(clothes of little monks) against the backdrop of ivory-white mountains whereby your Motorbike offers a more intimate connection with the people of the places you pass by. Feel the chill in your spine as you cross the highest mountain passes of the world on Royal Enfield.

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LADAKH-  India’s highest plateau , cradled between the two highest mountain ranges in the world- Karakoram Range and the Greater Himalayas. Defined by the barren cliffs, craggy plateaus and highest cold desert, Ladakh’s astounding scenery is peppered with a number of colourful monasteries , multi coloured prayer flags and traditional culture- making it a sanctuary of Buddhist calm.

A Journey to Leh offers a head turner sensational scenery and mind-bending hairpin turns, making it one of the favourite routes of bikers around the world. This undisputed champion of road trips weaves together the highest mountain passes in the world, Khardung La (5359 m) and Buddhist Monasteries that whisper spiritual stories whereas the ancient Gompas telecast the tales of historical Buddhism.

Why to Choose “Motorcycle Tour To Land Of Lamas: Ladakh”?

  • Experience the splendid mix of Tibetan, Chinese, and Indian Buddhism.
  • Challenge your riding skills with 112 consecutive hairpins, each one carefully numbered.
  • Share trials and tribulations with a great bunch of guys with excellent backup.
  • We are a team of native passionate riders, who have been riding world’s thrilling terrains for more than 16 years 

“Motorcycle Tour To Land Of Lamas”, offered by Indian Rides, is a throttle-open Motorcycle ride across the Mighty Himalayas where the landscape changes from cities to Himalayan villages to the highest snowy mountains and finally ends where civilization disappears quickly into the moon-like landscape of desert terrain.

Highlights of the tour  

  • Experience the surge of adrenaline coursing through your veins as you travel Leh on a motorcycle traversing through stunning landscapes, rugged mountains, high-altitude deserts, and pristine lakes..
  • Navigate your motorcycle through the exhilarating challenge of conquering the world's highest motorable passes On Royal Enfield like Khardung La, Fotu La, NamkiLa and Tanglang La passes.
  • Take a glimpse into Tibetan Buddhism and its stunning architecture as you visit the ancient monasteries of Leh on a Motorcycle, such as Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, and Diskit Monastery. 
  • Bask in eternal ecstasy as you immerse yourself in the mystical beauty of the Lunar-like landscape of Lamayuru in Leh On a MotorBike.
  • Witness the contrasting landscape of lush green valley and sand dunes in Nubra -“A Valley of Flowers”.
  • Engage with Ladakhi people- descendants of a blended race of Mons of North India, Dards of Baltistan and Mongols of Central Asia.
  • Leh offers Instagram beauty as it is surrounded by the Himalayas, Karakoram Range, and Zanskar Range, providing play of light and shadow on the mountains.
  • Feel mesmerised with the display of stars and constellations at Tso Kar Lake at night which  shimmers like a sapphire- a tranquil oasis amidst the stark. Stroll through the bustling markets of Leh for Indian handicrafts and to indulge in flavorful Ladakhi cuisine

Feel the stillness of the azure sky sprouting spirituality within you on this Spiritual Tour to Trans-himalayas. The ringing bells of Monasteries, pious prayers, and the colourful spiritual flags ignite any heart and soul

Leh threads through thrilling mountain roads to Nubra, with grin-inducing bends all the way to the Roof of the world!

Welcome to India! Greetings in India! Upon your arrival at Delhi International Airport, a representative from Indian Rides will be there to warmly welcome you and provide assistance for your transfer to the hotel. Take the remainder of the day to relax and recover from your flight.

Delhi to Leh {3500 }

Today, our dedicated representative will drop you to Delhi Airport for your onward domestic flight to Leh. A short and picturesque flight will take you to Leh, your enchanting gateway to the Motorcycle Tour To the Himalayas from the new route!

Upon arrival in Leh, we will ensure your smooth transfer to your hotel for a well-deserved rest. Leh sits at an elevation of 3500 meters above sea level, so the following hours of the next day will be dedicated to leisure, allowing you to acclimate to the weather, high altitude, and lower air pressure. This preparation is essential to ensure your readiness for the upcoming adventurous motorcycle Tour to the Indian Himalayas of Leh and Ladakh.

After a quick and delightful lunch, you will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the Indian Rides Team, and your fellow travel companions on this thrilling motorcycle adventure to the Himalayas. Mr. Naren, the founder of Indian Rides, will personally lead the group, supported by his experienced team.

Today, indulge in a light and nourishing breakfast and complement it with ample of garlic water and soothing soups to stay hydrated to aid your acclimatization to the high altitude.

After a hearty breakfast, commence the first chapter of your Ladakh Motorcycle Tour . Today you can visit the serene Shanti Stupa, a pristine white structure adorned with golden artwork and with Buddhist murals and paintings. Its tranquil ambiance has the power to soothe any restless soul, offering a profound sense of peace. As you walk around the stupa, you can chant mantras, immersing yourself in the serene surroundings and the breathtaking beauty of the landscapes. A symbol of unity and spirituality, the Shanti Stupa was built by Japanese monks in 1991 to commemorate 2,500 years of the Buddhist religion. As the evening descends, take the opportunity to explore the vibrant Leh Main market, teeming with an array of colorful shops and charming cafes. Treat yourself to the delectable flavors of authentic tandoori Ladakhi cuisine at lovely eateries, Just keep it light!

Remember, Acclimatization is a gradual process just ensure you get adequate rest and sleep and always listen to your body!

Leh - Hemis - Thiksey - Leh

Begin your day with an early morning start, embarking on the first leg of your Ladakh Ciruit with the Spiritual Motorcycle Tour To Leh and Ladakh which is an ideal and safest route for a Motorcycle Tour in the Himalayas this season, due to unfavorable climatic conditions in the lower Himalayas.

Your fully guided Motorcycle Tour To the Himalayas commences with a comprehensive briefing covering essential safety measures, touring approach, road conditions, and a personal equipment check. It is time to handpick your Royal Enfield for the upcoming Motorcycle Tour to Leh and Ladakh. Familiarize yourself with starting procedures, control layouts, and adept bike handling. Get to know your motorcycle intimately, as it will be your steadfast companion throughout the enthralling Himalayan Tour on Motorcycle.

Don your stylish leather gear and head towards   Hemis Monastery , the largest and most opulent monastic institution in Ladakh. Nestled along the tranquil banks of the Indus River, this monastery houses a magnificent copper -gilt statue of Lord Buddha, as well as numerous gold and silver stupas, and sacred thangka paintings. It stands as a Himalayan Buddhist gompa of the revered Drukpa Lineage.

Continue your Adventurous Himalayan Motorcycle Expedition and venture towards Thiksey Monastery , a majestic gem in Ladakh. Thiksey lies 17 km from Leh on the Manali -Leh highway in the serene Indus Valley. It is an unmissable and enchanting pit stop that adds a touch of wonder to your thrilling Ladakh Motorcycle road trip adventure. Witness the enchanting prayer ceremonies and be captivated by the young Buddhist monks reciting sacred texts. This twelve-storied Monastery is affiliated with the Gelugpa sect, also known as the Yellow Hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism.

After a spiritual journey on a motorcycle in Indian Himalayas, return to your Leh hotel, cherishing the experiences of the day.

Leh - Lamayuru { 3500 M }

Today get ready for your Motorcycle Adventure in Indian Himalayas with a ride of 125 km to Lamayuru on  Leh- Srinagar highway. Lamayuru is an offbeat but easily accessible destination on Motorcycle in Ladakh.

Lamayuru captivates with its ancient charm and unique "lunar landscape," often referred to as a "Moonscape" due to its extraordinary geographical formations. Prepare to be mesmerized as you visit the Lamayuru Monastery, a serene sanctuary adorned with antique designs, captivating vistas, and devoted monks. The monastery perches at an altitude of 3510 meters and is one of the oldest monasteries sitting at the head of the Indus Valley.

Ride your Royal Enfield along the awe-inspiring Himalayan roads with the best routes for Himalayan Motorcycle Touring that meander alongside the flowing river, traverse the barren desert, and lead you through mud- walled villages enveloped in vibrant green fields. The journey culminates at the base of an immense gorge, where the allure of Lamayuru awaits.

Lamayuru - Kargil { 3500 M }

The best guided Motorcycle Tour to Leh and Ladakh, the updated Himalayan route from August 2023 onwards traverses through Kargil.

Today Morning, start your day with an early breakfast and gear up for an exhilarating and adventurous motorcycle route in the Himalayas, offering breathtaking views of the Ladakh region. Begin your ride towards Fotu La Pass, one of the highest mountain passes in the region at a height of 4108 meters. The natural beauty of this place offers a wonderful opportunity to revel in the essence of the region. Descend down to the picturesque village of Mulbekh and visit one of the popular tourist attractions on the Leh- Kargil Highway, about 70 km from Lamayuru is Mulbekh Monastery. Witness the 30 feet tall statue of the Maitreya Buddha which is carved on an enormous slab of stone.

Resume your Motorcycle trip to the Himalayas from Leh to Kargil Via Namkila Pass, located at a height of 3700 meters. Ride through rugged terrains and sublime landscapes of brown mountains, adorned with winding and serpentine trails, creating a mesmerizing sight that is perfect for photography enthusiasts.

Kargil – Aryan Valley - Temisgam { 3200 M }

Post Breakfast, Initiate your Motorcycle journey In Indian Himalayas from Kargil to Temisgam, venturing through the captivating Aryan valley , a route that offers stunning views of the surrounding brown mountains, dotted with traditional Ladakhi houses that seem frozen in time. Ride through the Aryan Valley in Ladakh, a hidden gem renowned for its unique and fascinating culture and its hospitable locals. Villages in this valley are inhabited by the last remaining descendants of the Dards in the region. The Dards are regarded as the last race of Aryans in the Indus Valley.  Continuing your Motorcycle Tour to Leh and Ladakh visit Temisgam which is an offbeat tourist destination in the Himalayas, a picturesque village surrounded by green fields and apricot orchards and a haven for the travelers seeking serenity and peace. Here one can Engage with the locals, learn from their ancient wisdom, and appreciate their deep connection to the land and their heritage Or can visit Temisgam Palace and Temisgam Monastery in the evening.  

Temisgam - Leh { 3000 M }

This morning, after a hearty breakfast, kick- start your Royal Enfield motorcycle for an unforgettable journey to the Himalayas on Motorcycle towards Leh. Departing from Temisgam, the road meanders through rugged landscapes and picturesque villages. Along the way, you will be enveloped by verdant fields, apricot orchards, and the majestic peaks of the Ladakh region, creating a genuinely mesmerizing backdrop for your ride.

Have a relaxed evening and process the experiences and beauty with a pause and get into the vibe of the city of Leh.

Evening at leisure, free to explore the city.

Leh - Khardung la - Hunder

This morning, after a hearty breakfast, kick- start your Royal Enfield motorcycle for an unforgettable journey to the Himalayas on Motorcycle towards Nubra Valley via World’s highest motorable pass. 

Riding atop your  Royal Enfield with a Motorcycle Tour to the Highest passes of India , chart a course towards the renowned Khardung La Pass, a majestic sentinel that towers at an impressive altitude of 5359 meters above sea level. Ascend towards this legendary pass, alternatively referred to as K-Top or the 'Pass of Lower Castle’ with a Must- do Motorcycle ride in the world for a biker . Prepare your lens to capture every spectacular moment with your troop on top, against the serene beauty of the valley.

Descend into the enchanting "Valley of Flowers," Nubra Valley , a stunning expanse nestled at the confluence of the Shyok and Nubra rivers cradled by the towering peaks of the Himalayan mountain ranges. The landscape here is nothing short of picturesque, offering a 360-degree panoramic view that leaves a lasting impression.

Hunder Village , like a hidden gem in the heart of the cold desert, is surrounded by pristine white sand dunes, a unique feature of this high-  altitude desert. Adding to the charm of Hunder are the two- humped Bactrian camels, a rare and captivating sight in this part of the world.

As the evening descends indulge in a camel safari on a double- humped Bactrian camel. Or stroll through the village lanes, or simply gaze at the towering peaks in the Valley, a place where the wonders of nature unfold in all their glory.

Hunder - Disket - Leh { 3500 M }

Enjoy the breathtaking spectacle of the Nubra Valley with the rising sun, painting the sky with vibrant hues. The surrounding Himalayan peaks, already imposing in their stature, begin to emerge from the cloak of darkness, their snow-capped tips catching the early rays of the sun. The Nubra River glistening like liquid gold in the gentle morning light.

After a delightful breakfast, your exhilarating fully guided Himalayan Tour to Leh and Ladakh on Royal Enfield begins, taking you to the famous Diskit Monastery, also known as Diskit Gompa which stands as the largest and oldest Buddhist monastery in Ladakh , affiliated with the Gelugpa sect (Yellow Hat) of Tibetan Buddhism and holds a sacred place as a sub gompa of Thiksey Monastery. Perched at an elevation of 10,315 feet, Diskit Monastery treats with panoramic vistas of the Shyok Valley and its picturesque surroundings including the Shyok River, towering mountains set against the backdrop of the azure sky, and lush green meadows.

As the day unfolds, ride back to Nubra. As you retire to your sanctuary of rest, cherish the joy of riding high and far with the Royal Enfield tour to the Indian Himalayas , as you created unforgettable moments in your heart.  

Leh - Tsokar Lake { 4400 M }

Today Morning, following a delightful breakfast, set off early for an Adventurous Motorcycle Tour in the Himalayas from Leh to Tsokar Lake. Starting from Leh, you will embark on your journey eastward, leaving behind the bustling town and heading into the tranquil wilderness of Ladakh on Royal Enfield. The road takes you along the Indus River, with majestic mountains flanking both sides of the valley. The views of the rugged terrain and the river's pristine waters are simply awe-inspiring.

The key landmark of this route is Mahe Bridge which offers not only a picturesque view but this road leads deep into the heart of Ladakh, whereby you will pass through small villages, where you can catch glimpses of Ladakhi nomadic life and culture . The stark beauty of the landscape is contrasted by the vivid colors of Ladakhi attire and Buddhist prayer flags fluttering in the wind. Riding through Ladakh on a motorcycle allows you to immerse yourself fully in the culture and natural beauty of the region.

As you approach Tsokar Lake, the landscape transforms into a high- altitude desert, Tso Kar is a saltwater lake that is about 7 km in length and more than 2 km in width. The lake is at an elevation of about 14,850 ft and is surrounded by two towering peaks – 6,370 m high Gursan Peak and 6,050 m high Thugie Peak. Dedicate your day to discovering the enchanting allure of this region, engaging with the warm-hearted locals, and submerging yourself in the rich tapestry of Ladakh.

As the sun gracefully descended behind Tsokar Lake, its warm embrace cast a mesmerizing palette of colors across the serene waters, marking the end of the day.  

Tsokar Lake - Leh { 3500 M }

Tsokar is a salt water lake, that serves as a haven for a diverse array of wildlife, drawing in migratory birds and creating a paradise for avid birdwatchers. Let your camera's shutter compose its sweet symphony with the early morning light, and allow the timeless beauty of the village to enchant all who witness it.

Following breakfast, resume your offbeat Motorcycle Tour through the Himalayas by riding back to Leh via Tanglang La Pass . It is one of the world's highest motorable passes, reaching an elevation of over 5,328 m. The challenging ascent to the pass rewards you with breathtaking panoramic views of the rugged Himalayan terrain. The thrill of conquering mountain passes of India on a motorcycle is an experience in itself. The challenge of navigating the steep and winding roads adds to the sense of adventure. As you reach the summit of Tanglang La, take a moment to savor the achievement and the jaw- dropping vistas which is every biker’s dream. The pass is adorned with colorful prayer flags that flutter the wind, and the air is crisp and thin.

After conquering the pass, you will begin your descent toward Leh, where you can retire with an unforgettable motorbike experience in India.

Leh - Delhi

Bid adieu to the enchanting landscapes of Ladakh with an experience that touches the heart and board a flight to Delhi, the vibrant Indian capital. On arrival, you will an official from Indian Rides and be transferred to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure. You can rest or discover the capital city on your own.

Delhi and departure

Today an ambassador of Indian Rides will help to transfer you to Delhi International Airport for your onward travel arrangements.

A journey to Ladakh will forever hold a special place in your soul, making this tour to Leh and Ladakh on Royal Enfield an unforgettable and cherished chapter in your travel tales.


Our price Include

  • Price are based per person on 2 people with Dbl/Twin Room & breakfast.
  • Motorcycle Royal Enfield 500 CC with mechanic.
  • Include unlimited kilometres and fuel.
  • English speaking guide on the motorcycle.
  • Assistance vehicle with driver for your baggage.
  • Hotels – Taxes.
  • Service of local guides for monuments.
  • All domestic transports.
  • 24 * 7 Assistance by team INDIAN RIDES.
  • 3rd party Insurance

Our prices do not Include

  • International round – trip.
  • Lunch and Dinner.
  • Personal expenses 
  • Tips (no obligation).
  • Entrance fees relating to cameras / video sites.
  • Repatriation Insurance
  • Motorbike Gear & Personal equipment

Our satisfied customers

This trip had been in my bucket list for long and when I did it I have become super confident about my decisions. We were a small group of 07 and from the team management to route planning to Hotels everyday was just Perfect. We were really happy to take back the sweet lifetime memories and our best of luck to Team Indian Rides and wish that they keep continuing this amazing adventure.

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Thank you for arranging such a well organized and enjoyable tour for 6 Kiwis and 2 Frogs. The bikes were great, guide and support mechanic were great, and the Ladakh scenery was impressive. Roads were mostly excellent, but with a few rough bits thrown in which added to the challenge. All our needs were well looked after - suitable accommodation, restaurants and liquids as required (during ride and beers after a hard day in the saddle). I would highly recommend Indian Rides for your Indian motorcycle tour.

This was my time time in India and on a Royal Enfield Motorcycle . Narendra has put together an unforgettable adventure and a well planned challenge to the seasoned rider. His planning includes periods for staged altitude acclimatization, expected travel time, availability of accommodation and reduced traffic density. I cannot thank Narendra, Ram and Armar enough for providing us a fabulous journey, good company and amazing memories of one of the most breathtaking areas in the world.

We had been to Ladakh for 2 weeks and it seems that the tour is over but in our minds we are still their. Many thanks to Indian Rides for organising such memorable trip and offering their best services. The memories will always be cherished and we would want to come back to India again with them.

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Bikes for Ladakh Trip 

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Have a thrilling bike ride experience while exploring the beauty of Leh Ladakh

Royal Enfield Bullet 500/350 CC

Royal Enfield Bullet 500/350 CC

Royal Enfield Bullet with a 350 CC or 500 CC engine is a powerful bike that is enough to be a lifeguard, and it is considered to be the best bike for Leh Ladakh Trip  The 350 vintage bike has been a favorite of many bikers due to its iconic classic style, which is identical to that of its elder brother, the classic 500. Both these bikes have a classic retro design that identifies them from the others. This one has the most recent UCE engine, which has a displacement of 346cc and generates 346cc of power , making it ideal for riding in hilly, rocky terrain. It is one of the best bikes for Ladakh, and it has the strength to tackle the steep roads and challenging situations. It will give you a smooth and pleasurable ride on your journey to Leh Ladakh. Because of its heavyweight body and robust shock absorbers, it can tackle highways like a breeze.

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Royal Enfield Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan is ideal for traveling in Himalayan terrains, and it is often referred to as the best bike for Ladakh tour. It is developed specifically for those, as the name implies. The 400 cc engine is more than competent at carrying it through any route or ascent, and the long-travel makes riding tracks enjoyable. This bike was developed specifically for India a few years ago with the primary goal of handling the Himalayan highlands' hilly rocky roads. This is the best bike for a Ladakh trip with a pillion, and both the rider and the pillion sit in a straight and comfortable position. There's enough room for all of your belongings, including the jerry cans for extra gasoline. So, certainly, riding a Royal Enfield Himalayan to Leh Ladakh will be a lot of fun.

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KTM 390 Adventure

KTM 390 Adventure

KTM 390 Adventure, a lightweight bike with a strong new engine type, will be the best bike for Leh Ladakh trip. Riding these bikes on the difficult roads of Ladakh would be exciting and entertaining. KTM 390 adventure has recently been added to the list of finest bikes for Ladakh journeys, thanks to its long-travel shocks and dual-sport tyres, which provide a pleasurable ride on dirt paths. Let's talk about its engine, which is capable of handling steep inclines, difficult routes, mountain passes, and everything else that comes along. These bikes have LED headlights, making them the best bike for Ladakh for a night ride.

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Bajaj Dominar 400

Bajaj Dominar 400

This bike boasts a 373.3 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that produces 39.5 horsepower and 35 nm of torque, which is why this is one of the best bikes for Leh Ladakh trip. Because of extra features and a revised upside-down fork layout, it has grown more powerful and comfortable in its second iteration. It also allows for the addition of a passenger, and the seating posture is adequate, making it the best bike for Ladakh trip with a pillion. LED headlamps, turn indicators, taillamps, and a computerized gadget interface are included. All of these features make this motorcycle suitable for overnight trips to faraway locations. The ground clearance on the Bajaj Dominar 400 cc is 157 mm. This bike is both comfortable and adequate for handling muddy trails.

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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650

The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is one of the most famous bikes among bikers due to its simple and classic design. This royal bike is gaining popularity due to its smooth parallel twin 649cc air/oil-cooled engine that produces 47 horsepower and 52 nm of torque. It features a twin-cylinder motor, as we all know, which gives it more power to accomplish, and ride through the rocky terrains. Replace the basic seat with a more comfortable one and get dual-purpose tyres to make your Leh Ladakh road trip even better. This bike's powerful performance allows users to go mountain bike riding with firmness, and it comes with a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper assist clutch. 

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Bajaj Pulsar 220

Bajaj Pulsar 220

This superbike requires no introduction because it continues to be adored by millions of people. However, the Bajaj Pulsar 220 has undergone numerous improvements and technological advancements over the years, so it isn't a vintage machine. These bikes have earned a reputation as the best bike for Ladakh trip, as well as being the first choice of avid riders. The Pulsar 220 is powered by a 220 cc, oil-cooled, 4-stroke single-cylinder engine that produces 20.64 bhp at 8500 rpm and 18.55 nm at 7000 rpm. These bikes will never let you down on Ladakh's tough roads. Pulsar 200 provides you with an unending degree of support, performance, practicality, goodness, and refinement.

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Hero XPulse 200

Hero XPulse 200 is also regarded as an off-road champion because it is equipped with a 200 cc FI (fuel injected motor) engine that provides enough potential for your road journey. LED headlights make riding in the dark easy. It's the greatest buddy for your road trip because you can connect it to your smartphone for quick navigation. Another advantage of your companion is its 20 mm ground clearance, which allows you to transport it pretty much anywhere. The Hero XPulse 200 cc sports a large front suspension for rocky roads and is one of the lightest bikes available for off-road riding experience. This bike also has the advantage of being one of the most economical and best bikes for Ladakh trips.

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Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500/ 350 CC

It's another best bike for a Ladakh trip because it has a comfortable riding position and a large fuel tank. It is powered by a 346 cc single-cylinder, and a twin-spark air-cooled engine that produces 19.8 Bhp of peak power at 5250 RPM and 28 Nm of torque at 4000 RPM. This bike has a 20-liter petrol tank, which means you won't have to carry any more fuel in cans for the long journey. This magnificent bike has something unique about it that draws so many riders to ride it. The Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 is the best bike for Ladakh trip with pillion. If you're going on a long ride, sitting positions should be a major consideration. This is a bike for the more experienced rider who prefers to relax in his seat and enjoy the journey. There are several competitors in the market, but none compare to the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350's nobility and power.

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Yamaha FZ and Fazer

The Yamaha FZ and Fazer would be an excellent companion, and these are definitely the best bikes for a Ladakh trip. Both these bikes have solid engines that make them a superbly polished and well-designed bike. The straight handlebar and upright seating position of these bikes add comfort to your journey, allowing you to ride for longer periods of time without becoming weary. Another tough bike for the Leh Ladakh motorcycle road trip is the Yamaha Fezar. The gasoline tanks on these bikes are 12-liters, and the tires are wide for perfect balancing. Yamaha FZ and Fezar are the finest picks for a Ladakh bike trip because of these attributes.

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Avenger Street & Cruiser

Avenger Street & Cruiser

Avenger Street & Cruiser are the best bikes for Ladakh trip, reason being these bikes were specially upgraded with long-distance travel improvements. The handlebars have been moved back a touch, making this bike a much more pleasant to ride. Both of these bikes are really steady, and you will feel very light when riding them. The Avenger Street and Cruiser sports a 19bhp 220cc oil-cooled DTS-i engine that performs admirably on high rocky terrains such as those in Leh and Ladakh. Both of these bikes are sporty, and will give you an adventurous feel when you ride it. 

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1. Hero XPulse 200: This bike is one of the best to ride on the hilly roads of Leh Ladakh because its engine provides enough power and durability. 2. Bajaj Dominar 400: This bike has comfortable seating that makes it one of the best bikes for long adventure rides. 3. KTM 390 Adventure: This sports bike itself is developed in a way that it runs smoothly on the rocky terrains of places such as Leh Ladakh. 

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Heaven, Peace, Silence, and Tranquility at one place? Come and spend a few hours at Pangong Lake in Ladakh! A pristine place in Ladakh marked by subtle to high peaks around, crystal blue waters and the vast expansion catches the eye so much, so long as if a magic is happening right in front of the eyes.Pangong Lake, also known as Pangong Tso, lies calmly at a breathtaking elevation of 14,270 feet. Interestingly, the lake is 12 km long and marks itself between the laps of India and China. Rather, 60% of the portion is stretching in the neighboring nation and this excites every traveler to be here.The surreal clean blue waters are actually brackish or salty in nature and this feature doesn’t let any aquatic life survive in the same. Moreover, the temperature range between -30 to -10 degrees make even this salty lake freeze with thick ice sheets, which is quite opposite in case of salt ridden water bodies.This picturesque landscape location enhances its beauty with the arrival of migrating birds every year and attracts many travelers in search of adventure, photographs, bird-watching and chilling experience. Pangong has another unique and catchy feature; when it acts like a chameleon and changes its color from blue to green to even grey at times. The brackish water of Pangong attracts the migratory birds every year during winters in Ladakh.There is not a single reason to say No to this beauty once in a lifetime. And if you wish to repeat it again, it’s a blessing! Suggested Read: Leh Ladakh Tour Packages

Nubra Valley

One of the most beautiful parts of the moonscapes of Ladakh, Nubra Valley is a deep-cut gorge created by the combined effects of Shyok and Nubra (Siachen) rivers. A high altitude cold desert, Nubra Valley is actually an extension of the Tibetan Plateau (Qing-Zang Plateau) that starts in China and extends up to Ladakh. This valley in the plateau separates the Ladakh Range from the Karakoram Range. But more than anything, Nubra Valley is the most beautiful region in all of Ladakh. Home to wonders like the Diskit Monastery,Hunder Sand Dunes, Samstanling Gompa, Yarab Tso Lake, and the villages of Turtuk and Panamik.Located about 160 km from Leh, the capital of Ladakh, Nubra Valley is a great attraction to all those who come here. The gateway to the upper reaches of the country, especially Siachen, Nubra Valley has an oasis of a town in the heart, Diskit, making a great place to stop you and reflect at the beauty around. And while you are at it, take a short detour to the famous white sand dunes of Hunder. The shapes and forms that these dunes take during different times of the year mesmerize every visitor who comes here. To make it further interesting, there are the double-humped Bactrian Camels, offering rides through the dunes.And when it turns dusky, head to the Diskit Monastery and visit the towering statue of Maitreya Buddha which looks over the entire valley and blesses it for another day to come.Planning a Trip to Ladakh, Book Now Leh Ladakh Sighseeing Tour with an Experience of Chadar Trek - The Frozen River Trek

Khardung La

Khardung La pass is a gateway to some of the most enchanting and unexplored landscapes. This famed mountain pass is very popular amongst adventure seekers and regular tourists alike. Located in the Leh district of the Indian Union Territory, Khardung La is situated at an elevation of 5,359 meters. It is hailed to be the highest motorable pass all across the globe. Historically speaking, Khardung La is quite significant as it lies on the major caravan route that links Leh to Kashgar in Central Asia. During the second world war, an attempt to transfer war well to China was made through this route. Khardung La was constructed in the year 1976 and was made accessible to public motor vehicles in the year 1988. The pass is maintained by the Border Roads Organisation and is of great strategic importance as it is used to carry goods to the Siachen Glacier. A detailed travel guide for Srinagar to Leh Road Trip.

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Delhi To leh Ladakh Motorbike Tour in Indian Himalayas

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Delhi To Leh Ladakh Bike Tour About

Delhi to Leh Ladakh bike tour is one of the most enduring and adventurous bike trips one can choose in their lifetime. Every biker dreams of fulfilling Delhi to Leh Ladakh Bike tour  once in their life and the reason is very simple, It’s just so amazing.

Just Imagine yourself riding through the 15 feet huge snow walls when the entire India suffers from high mercury levels. Another reason why The Indian Himalayas Motorbike tour to Ladakh is considered heaven for riders is due to the presence of the highest motorable passes on the way to Leh. Just Imagine yourself crossing 6 world’s highest mountain passes in 10-11 days, Isn’t that amazing?

This adventurous once-in-a-lifetime Himalayas Bike Tour to Leh Ladakh  begins from the famous town of Manali  covering places like the famous Atal Tunnel , Jispa  3200m (10500ft),  Tanglang-la  5328m (17480ft),  Baralacha-la  4890m (16040),  Chang-la  5360m (17590ft), Pangong So  4350m (14270ft), Turtuk 3001m(9846ft) and finally ends up in Leh  3500m (11562ft).

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Delhi To Leh Ladakh Bike Trip Program

On the first day of your trip, board a Volvo bus to Manali from Delhi/Chandigarh. It will be an overnight journey so make sure that you are well prepared.

On the second day after reaching Manali our Tour Guide will be there to receive you at the Bus stand. After the warm and pleasant welcome, we will take you towards your hotel, where you can rest for a while and after that, our Tour guide will provide you with the Bikes . This first day is all about connecting your soul to the bikes that you are going to ride for the next 10 days. Local sightseeing is the best way to understand the Himalayan terrain and the riding conditions so we will cover all the local destinations around Manali on that Day. After that, you will return back to your hotel, where you will have dinner along with a bonfire.

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On the third day we will start early in the morning from Manali. The journey from Manali to Jispa will be the most beautiful and opulent journey of your life

thsi is the khoksor and lush green motion jeep and house

On fourth day after having the traditional Lahauli breakfast we will leave for Sarchu. On the way to Sarchu from Jispa the roads are in terrible condition, one need to cross the world famous pagal nala at Zing zing bar, Our Guides at Motorbike Expeditions will be 24/7 present with you in case of any help making your ride not only adventurous but also the safest. After crossing Zing-zing bar we will cross the world famous Baralacha-la pass and if you are lucky we can even spot fresh snowfall at this pass. After cross Baralacha-la we will head towards our stay for the night at Sarchu. After reaching Sarchu one can take bath with hot water shower and soon after that food will be served.

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On the fifth day we will leave Sarchu and head towards Leh-Ladakh, the land of high passes. The journey to Leh from Sarchu will be through the world’s most dangerous and dreaded passes like Nakeela, Tanglang-La. Many people ask us what if one is not able to ride due to the dangerous terrains, So the answer to that is we at Motorbikeexpedtions will have a backup vehicle 24/7 so that in case of emergency one can rest inside the car instead of riding. After few hours of ride we will finally reach Leh, Where after reaching we will check in into the hotels.

On seventh day we will leave towards the world-famous Pangong Lake. This is the lake where the movie of Amir khan , 3 Idiots was shot. After exploring the place click some great pictures for your Instagram and facebook.

On the Eighth day, we will head towards the famous Nubra valley. Nubra Valley is located at a distance of 120km from Pangong and is famous for its double-hump camel. After reaching Nubra we will check in to the Camp and then go for the world-famous double hump camel ride and later explore the famous Diskit Monastery.

On the ninth day after having the Ladakhi breakfast, we will head back towards Leh from Nubra. Visiting Khardung-la Pass is an adventure in itself as it is the world’s highest motorable pass. One can spend 10 to 15 minutes here clicking pictures and can also have hot tea at the army’s canteen. Just imagine yourself sipping hot tea at the world’s highest pass, such is the beauty of a trip to Leh Ladakh. This ride will cover the Khardung la pass once again so the people who haven’t clicked the picture before can surely click this time. After reaching Leh we will have our dinner and can go for a short walk in Leh town.

On the final day of our trip, we will greet all our fellow riders and bid them farewell along with best wishes for life in the hope of meeting them soon again. The overnight journey of 12 hours will finally drop you in the nation’s capital Delhi, from where you can continue their journey back home. So if you are planning a trip from Delhi to Leh then this itinerary is surely and undoubtedly the best itinerary you can get online. As we have been running tours on the same plan for the past 3-4 years.


This refers to the places where participants will stay overnight during the tour. The specific details about the accommodation, such as the type of lodging and its amenities, are usually mentioned in the daily itinerary.

Motorbike Mechanic. 

This indicates the presence of a mechanic who is knowledgeable about motorbikes and can provide assistance and maintenance throughout the tour. They are responsible for addressing any mechanical issues or breakdowns that may occur during the journey.

Environmental & Permit fee.

This fee covers any necessary permits or fees required for accessing certain areas or regions during the tour. It ensures compliance with local regulations and helps to support the preservation of the environment.

01 backup vehicle to carry luggage. 

A backup vehicle is provided to carry luggage. Participants can store their belongings in the backup vehicle, allowing them to ride their motorbikes without carrying heavy baggage.

First aid box and oxygen cylinder.

These are safety provisions included in case of any medical emergencies during the tour. The first aid box contains basic medical supplies to address minor injuries or ailments, while the oxygen cylinder is used in case of altitude-related issues or breathing difficulties in high-altitude regions.

Experienced English-speaking road captain.

The road captain is a knowledgeable and experienced individual who leads the tour. They are fluent in English and guide the participants throughout the journey, ensuring smooth navigation and addressing any concerns or questions along the way.

Royal Enfield Himalayan 411cc.

This specifies the type of motorbike provided for the tour. The Royal Enfield Himalayan is a popular model known for its reliability and suitability for adventure or off-road riding.

Fuel for the motorbikes is included in the tour package. This ensures that participants have a sufficient fuel supply to cover the distances travelled during the tour.

  • Personal expenses like Telephone, Laundry, Tips and Table Drinks etc.
  • Any type of insurance-Medical, Accidental, theft
  • Any Airfare / Rail fare other than what in mentioned in “Inclusions”
  • Cost of any spare part which will be used due to the accidental damage incurred when the motorbike is in rider’s possession.
  • Cost incurred to transfer or tow the motorbike in case it is dropped on the way (Till our main office).
  • Vehicle servicing or maintenance cost
  • Any lunch and other meals not mentioned in package inclusions
  • Security deposit per motorbike of £140 . As per the deposit policy (This is refundable at the end of the trip if there is no damage or spare parts used.)
  • Parking and monument entry fees during sightseeing.
  • Any cost incurred due to extension, change of itinerary due to natural calamities, road, blocks, vehicle breakdown, union issues and factors beyond our control (to be paid by the client directly on spot)
  • Anything that is not mentioned in the Inclusion sections
  • The advisable maximum size of baggage should not exceed 60 liters. Remember that you have to carry the luggage to the backup vehicle and into the accommodation
  • Riding Gears for the rider which can be hired.
  • Consumption of alcohol/drugs and smoking during the bike ride is strictly prohibited
  • Children are not allowed on bike trips, only people above the age of 18 and holders of proper Driving licenses
  • Additional accommodation/food cost incurred due to any delay

Things To Carry

Bike Gear (* required)

The easiest way to bring your riding gear is by wearing it on the flight if you need to transfer onto a smaller, national flight with luggage restrictions (Please check before you leave home). Should you only fly international flights to the meeting point, it’s easy to pack all this gear into a duffel bag, which can be folded and kept with your luggage which will travel in the backup van for the duration of your motorcycle tour.

  • Helmet (we also provide helmet)
  • Padded/armoured bike jacket 
  • Riding pants (with knee pads) 
  • Bike gloves 
  • Bike boots (Dualsport / MX) 
  • Kidney belt (highly recommended)
  • Snood / Buff / Dust mask
  • License, Medical Insurance and Travel Insurance
  • Saddlebags/ Magnetic tank bag
  • Comfortable clothes: tracks, raincoats, tee-shirts
  • Flashlight with extra batteries
  • Personal medication
  • Riding Shoes, a pair of slippers for the night, extra pair of socks
  • Sunglasses, caps or hats, sunscreen lotion and insect repellents
  • Personal toiletries
  • Water bottles, backpack with plastic lining, daypack

Confirmation Policy

The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking

In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.

Booking & payment conditions:

A deposit of 30% of the total cost of the tour is required at the time of booking and is made by bank transfer.

The full payment (the remaining 70%) has to be done until 2 weeks before the start of the tour.

Documents To Carry

  •  Original Passport ID
  •  International Driving License  Or Domestic Driving Licence With IDP – Original Read full infomation IDP

Tour Key Points

How to get there.

Indira Gandhi International Airport

 Transfer not provided

Bus Pick-Up Stations

Majnu ka Tila Volvo pickup spot – TRAVAMIGO, P62G+QVR, Magazine Rd, Block H, Majnu-ka-tilla, Timarpur, Delhi, 110054

Bus Timing (India)

6 PM To 11 PM

The ticket will be shared two days before the tour departure.

Import Notes

We require a minimum strength of 3 riders to operate one group.

We have the right to cancel the group if we do not get the minimum strength of riders in any group.

If there are any additional expenses due to bad weather or any other reason beyond the control of the tour operator on account of a hotel stay, transportation, and meals, etc. extra bill will be raised.

Neither Motorbike Expeditions Ltd nor the participating partners/hotels will be responsible for the additional expenses.

Motorbike Expeditions Ltd is not responsible for any change in itinerary due to reasons beyond our control like change in flight and train schedule, cancellation of flights/trains, political disturbances, natural phenomenon, etc.

If any group member wants to leave the group in-between the tour then he/she has to pay the cost for transportation of bike from point of leaving the tour till  Main office  drop.

Group members would have to get their own riding gear. Wearing a helmet, carrying a valid ID proof &  driving license is mandatory.

All guests will be responsible for the safety and security of their own luggage. We will not be at all responsible for the damage/missing / lost luggage. So carry a small daypack bag to carry all the expensive things with you. Compensation for any damage/accident done by you during a tour to another property/person would be directly payable by you.

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Our payment system accommodates all types of currency.

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Motorbike Insurance (Full Damage Protection) + £ 140

Single Room Supplement  + £300

Confirm Departure Date

No matter how many minimum riders there are, the tour will still proceed

2024 Tour Date

24 May-3Jun

10/12 Bike Left Only

16 Jun – 26 Jun 2024

10/6 Bike Left 

30 Jun – 10 Jul 2024

12/6 Bike Left Only

14 Jul – 24 Jul 2024

25 Aug – 04 Sept 2024

12/07 Bike Left

19 Jul-29 Jul

12/12 Bike Left Only

05 Sep – 15 Sep 2024

12/12 Bike Left

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People Also Ask About Ladakh Bike Tour (FAQs)

Why should i travel to leh ladakh.

In a world full of stress and worries there is very little time which we give to ourselves. All we do is exploit ourselves to the fullest without seeing the beauty with which we are surrounded. Our company Motorbike Expeditions  try to make this Leh Ladakh tour the best tour of your life making you understand the real meaning of  Exploring the unexplored. We will try to cover the places which are  offbeat  and not visited by many people but we will surely take your insight into consideration and plan the trip according to your priorities.

Will my phone work during the journey

Signals are very rare to get on this route but still if you have Jio, Airtel & BSNL you can surely get signals in, Keylong, Jispa or other places depending upon the climate.

In Leh, we have to Buy leh local sim card our team member help you to buy one.

What is the current situation by road from manali to Ladakh?

Due to the newly inaugurated Atal tunnel, the Manali-Leh Highway is easily feasible. Atal tunnel has made it very easy as 45 kms road distance has been cut into a 9 km exciting tunnel expedition. Baralacha La and Tanglang La pass will open in approximately 1 week as these places have received fresh snowfall.

Which bike is best for Leh Ladakh trip?

Without any doubt, the Royal Enfield bikes are the best for the Leh Ladakh bike tour. These powerful bikes are also known for sheer comfort during long rides. Roads which lead to Leh Ladakh are really exciting and full of adventure with off-roading experience.

Which are the best Leh Ladakh Bike Trip Packages?

If you are looking for a memorable Ladakh bike trip, Motorbike Expeditions packages are the right choice for you. Motorbike Expeditions offers the three customizable Ladakh bike trip packages to suit every kind of traveler from Delhi, Chandigarh or any other place.

Which month is best for Leh Ladakh bike trip?

The best time to visit Leh Ladakh is between May – end to October. Leh Ladakh is the most beautiful and blissful landscape in the world. Driving amidst the beautiful and serene hills on two wheels during these months gives rider a wonderful experience. During the months of June-July snow tends to melt down and there are fewer chances of avalanches and high-snow bound passes remaining open and temperatures are pleasant. During the time between August to October, you will see the lush green views. The entire drive during this time is so scenic, that it will leave you in awe. If you are a travel photographer you will stop at every curve to capture the scenic view.

How much does Leh Ladakh bike trip cost?

*Group Size:  Max 10 Bikes Only | Open for  Solo or Group

Is Ladakh expensive?

If your plan and budget is well prepared it can be effectively managed. If you travel with your family or you are travelling with your partner the rooms can be shared and the cost will fall automatically. Also, the room and food cost are not that much high in Ladakh.

Is Passport required for Ladakh?

Inner line permit and all the necessary documents required will be provided by us so, you don’t have to worry about that. If you are a resident of India you are required to carry a valid Indian Driving License, Aadhar card and 3 passport-size photos. If you are a resident of a country other than India, you are required to carry your passport, international driving license and 3 passport-size photos.

How can I plan a budget for Leh Ladakh?

If you are planning for Leh Ladakh on your own bike you should keep in mind that roads are tough to ride on and include various hurdles which will test your bike to the limits. You will be required to carry extra fuel other than a full tank because filling stations are very limited in Leh. Also, the spare part is extremely difficult to find on the Leh Ladakh route. The bike will pass through highest passes in the world so if your bike suffers some breakdown in middle of nowhere, that could be very risky. When you plan your bike trip with Motorbike Expeditions , all the necessary arrangements will be done by us and it will make your bike trip memorable as well as cost-saving. Our team of experts will always be there with you so that you don’t have to worry about anything.

Is Leh Ladakh Motorbike Trip safe for couples?

Motorbike Expeditions gives exciting offers to the couples. It is totally safe to plan a bike trip with us. To go on an expedition or an adventure like Leh Ladakh, you have to plan a lot of things. However, Motorbike Expeditions Pvt Ltd will provide you with all the necessary arrangements so that you can enjoy the ride of the lifetime with your partner

Inner line permit and all the necessary documents required will be provided by us so, you don’t have to worry about that. If you are resident of India you are required to carry a valid Indian Driving License, Aadhar card and 3 passport size photos. If you are a resident of country other than India, you are required to carry your passport, international driving license and 3 passport size photos.

How can I go to Leh by bike?

You can reach Manali by bus or you can take a flight from Delhi to Bhuntar or you can take a train service till Joginder Nagar from where you can hire a car or take bus till Bhuntar. When you reach Bhuntar, you can hire a bike ranging from Rs. 1000 to Rs.1800 per day. Motorbike Expeditions  gives you exciting offers so that your bike trip is full of adventure without a worry and cost saving.

How many days are needed for leh-ladakh bike trip?

If you want a ride of the lifetime 8-12 days are required. Motorbike Expeditions provide two exciting and cost saving itinerary options. One is Manali to Leh which will require 12 days and other is Leh-Ladakh Trip which will be done in 10 days.

How far is Manali from Ladakh?

By road, it is approximately 498 kms via Leh Manali Highway. It is one of those highways which will offer almost everything to a nature or adventure lover. The Manali to Leh-Ladakh road trip is in every travelers’ bucket list. By Delhi to Leh flight, it usually takes 1h 15m to 1h 30m. It is the fastest way to travel Leh Ladakh and spares you few days. You will also witness the breathtaking aerial view of The Great Himalayas.

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Motorbike trip in Ladakh : travel map & tips

Our tips to organise your road-trip in ladakh.

In this article, you will find all our advice to organise your motorbike trip in Ladakh: itinerary, motorbike rental, practical information, budget, etc .

  • If you are planning a trip to Ladakh, our book EXPLORE LADAKH will be of great help to you
  • If you want to rent a motorbike, you will find our recommendations in this article .

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Riding in Ladakh, India

Ladakh is a   wild land , known for having some of the   highest roads in the world . This Indian region nestled in the Himalayan range, between Tibet and Pakistan, is the   ideal terrain for an unforgettable road trip.

Surrounded by vertiginous peaks   (some of them, more than 8,000m of altitude), you will drive through   magnificent green valleys   with   abundant fauna . Then, as you reach higher altitudes, landscapes get more arid and there is nothing but a few camels and   Buddhist monasteries   perched on the mountains. Huge lakes rise from the mountains… In short, you will get it, we fell in love with this place.  The terrain is particularly suitable for motorcycle exploration and there are many motorcycle rentals in Leh, the capital city. It is also possible to rent a 4×4 with driver. Once there, you can also add to your journey outdoor activities (horse trekking, hiking, rafting…) and cultural activities (monasteries visits).

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How to plan your motorcycle trip in Ladakh? Our travel map

There is   currently no book about motorcycle travel in this region. Only the tourist offices in Leh can help you. Since we do not wish to depend on any guide, we improvised everything locally up there, using a topographic map of the region. This trip moved us to write by ourselves a collection of the most beautiful trails in the region because an article or a map could never be enough!

A brief overview of our on-site itinerary (15 days by motorbike) on the map below  :

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Our adventure guide book: Explore Ladakh

Designed like a  roadbook , and illustrated with a multitude of maps and photos, EXPLORE LADAKH is   both a tool and guide for independent travellers  who wish to discover, understand, and explore Ladakh. We offer in this book   a selection of 12 off-road routes to discover by motorbike, 4×4 or bicycle.

Take a look at this video to find out what’s in the book!

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EXPLORE LADAKH differs from the traditional travel guide book because it does not list the good addresses and tourist sites. You will be able to improvise your way fully independently while having knowledge of the terrain thanks to our detailed maps.

Each route is presented on a satellite map with the main sites of natural or cultural interest (monastery, lake, glacier, hot springs, etc.), the viewpoints, the camping spots and the key points (petrol station, water source, etc.).

The book also contains informations about the culture, fauna and flora of Ladakh . Finally, a part of the book is dedicated to technical advice and all the necessary equipment to leave in safety and autonomy (camping gear, basic mechanics…).

Useful informations about Ladakh

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Ladakhi Indian Some english

Tip: have a small lexicon with you

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E-visa: €44, valid for 60 days

Must be requested at least 4 days before arrival and only on this site: indianvisaonline.gov.in

A border permit is required for some restricted areas : 800 rupees (10 euros) for one week (the second week costs 400 rupees). More informations in this article .

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Paris – Delhi : 350-400€ round-trip

Delhi – Leh : 70-120€ round trip

Choose the window seat because the views of the Himalayas are just breathtaking!! Best season: June to September

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There are many motorcycle rental agencies in Leh. The rental prices are regulated, fixed and non-negotiable. We chose the Himalayan 410cc of Royal Enfield, which is good enough in off-road. With a Classic Royal Enfield, you may be quite limited off the paved road! More informations about motorbike rental here .

Price of a Royal Enfield Himalayan 410cc: 2000 rupees/day (around 25 euros) + 2 euros/day for the baggage rack with 2 5-liters cans for gasoline (essential).

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– Food: €1 – 5 for a meal at the restaurant

– Airbnb Leh: 20-30€

– Wild camping allowed, except in some border areas that are clearly marked by signs.

– Fuel: 0,5€/L

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In Leh you will only find rentals with drivers , prices are regulated by the Ladakh Taxi Union . You will find 4×4 without drivers in Manali or Srinagar but unfortunately since October 2019, it is forbidden to visit Ladakh with a vehicle rented outside Ladakh. In other words, you will not be able to visit Ladakh with a car rented in Manali or Srinagar . As regulations are subject to change we will update this information here .

Our budget for a motorcycle road-trip to Ladakh

Our budget for our group:  17 days and 3 people   (13 motobike days + 2 days in Leh + 2 days in Delhi (September 2018)

Our favorites in Ladakh

Zanskar valley.

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Pangong lake

Perched at an altitude of 4250m, Lake Pangong is 134 kilometers long between India and Tibet. It can be reached from the Nubra valley through a new road, without going through Leh again! Camping at night here will allow you to see the bird’s show at sunset: hundreds of birds flying to take place in the smallest lake for the night. Morning is even more hypnotizing, the mountains and the lake change colors every minute, first rays of sun make this place hypnotizing.  

Nubra Valley

Different landscapes once more, but still sumptuous ones: here is where sand dunes and green pastures are between the mountains. It is hard to believe your eyes; this place is really unique. We found a totally crazy bivouac spot: we were sleeping on a sand dune where some shrubs grow. Slightly in height, the view of the valley is stunning!

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Tso Kar lake

What a surprise to have this multicolored lake with islands of white salt on our way. At this place, fauna is abundant! Hundreds of birds live near this lake, it’s a sight to see the birds flying away with their reflection in the lake. In the valley behind this lake, roads go to infinity while we are unable to see the end. There are herds of wild horses. An ideal place for the bivouac. 

Sham valley

You will find many monasteries and typical villages in this valley. We have found here two sumptuous roads! One where you do not have vertigo mountainside with views of mountains of all colors! The other road is included in our top 3 most beautiful roads in Ladakh. What is there to say? We stopped every 5 minutes to take pictures, this kind of road where a new landscape shows up in every turn… and each one is more beautiful… Chills guaranteed!

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Tso Moriri lake

Another jewel of Ladakh… The color of the lake varies according to the time of day: blue, green, turquoise… Nomads raise their tent in summer at the edge of this lake with their flocks. The calm atmosphere is ideal for meditation

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If you have any questions ( motorbike rental , itinerary, camping recommendations, etc.), feel free to leave a comment at the end of this article! Don’t forget to download our GPS routes if you haven’t already done so!

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Riding the new Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 on the tarmac twisties of Himachal

The new royal enfield himalayan 450 is a lightweight and capable traveller’s motorcycle that can be ridden across countries and continents.

The new Himalayan 450 is a lightweight adventure tourer that is versatile, incredibly adept, and easy to ride over all kinds of terrain.

The ‘all new’ Himalayan 450 that will be launched at MotoVerse Goa later this month is truly brand new—not a bolt has been carried over from the previous Himalayan 411.

The Himalayan, first launched by Royal Enfield in 2016, was envisioned as a purpose-built, capable motorcycle purely for those keen to explore the changeable and mountainous terrain of the Himalayas. While it came with its own gremlins, it found fans not only among explorers of high-altitude mountain trails, but also in the Americas, Europe, Australia and South East Asia, and has been ridden to the South Pole and to the inhospitable heights of the Karakoram.

On a recent trip to Ladakh in June this year , the most common motorcycle I saw loaded with luggage and often a pillion rider was the Himalayan 411. Royal Enfield realized they had a remarkable platform on their hands—a lightweight adventure tourer that is versatile, incredibly adept, and easy to ride over all kinds of terrain—and knew there was scope for an evolved version. The company took to the drawing board to design and develop the new Himalayan 450 as early as 2017, just a year after the Himalayan 411 debuted.

I have ridden the old Himalayan from the high-altitude tarmac of Tibet to the bone-rearranging dirt tracks of Mustang in Nepal and along the gravel hairpin bends of Zanskar, and, just by comparing the technical specifications and features of the old and the new, it is apparent that the new Himalayan is an evolved one.

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When I first saw the Himalayan 450 parked outside the Sitara Himalaya, a lovely hotel above Manali, it tugged at my heartstrings. It is such a handsome motorcycle. The 17-litre fuel tank is as burly as a barrel-chested body builder and gives way to a slim contoured seat. The seat height is adjustable from 825 to 845mm with an optional low seat adjustable from 805 to 825mm. The engine’s cylinder block is angled forward, compared to the old Himalayan’s straight up position. It sits on a combination of 21-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. It has an all-new twin-spar frame with the engine as a stressed member. The front suspension duties are done by an upside-down (USD) open cartridge fork and there is an adjustable preload monoshock spring at the rear.

Swinging a leg over it, I fired up the engine. Christened as the Sherpa 450 in honour of the hardy inhabitants of the Himalayas, this 452cc liquid-cooled engine develops 40 horsepower at 8000rpm and 40nM of torque at 5500rpm, which is a huge jump from the older 411cc engine that makes 24.3hp and develops 32nM. Add the 196kg kerb weight and you get a 204hp per tonne power to weight ration. The old one stood at 122hp per tonne. More simply put, more muscle on tarmac and generous grunt at high altitudes.

This extra power was apparent when I rode the tarmac twisties up from Sitara to the Atal tunnel. I remember a few years ago, when I was riding the old Himalayan on the tarmac roads in Tibet, my gripe was that it was a sitting duck, straining at 100kph. The new Himalayan 350 will barely break a sweat at 120kph.

With its sweetly tuned suspension and dynamics I could carry the speed of the straights into cambered corners, leaning the motorcycle to foot peg scraping angles. At times, when I shifted down two gears mid-corner, the slipper clutch kept things neat and tidy by ensuring that the rear wheel didn’t momentarily lock up.

Riding these curvy roads, I explored the new 4-inch circular TFT display. TFT or thin-film transistor is used in LCD screens to make the images look brighter. The Himalayan’s TFT is light-sensitive, meaning it goes bright when it’s dark and vice-versa. In fact, it is so sensitive that it constantly switched from night to day mode as I rode that morning through dark shadows and bright sunlight. I found this quite distracting but fortunately, there is an option to set it to either night or day mode irrespective of light conditions. The beauty of this colour display is that it gives you all the information you need at a glance. For the cluttered and monotone cluster of old Himalayan, you needed the cognitive capability of a fighter pilot—which, let’s face it, most of us don’t have.

The four-inch round display runs a Google map engine that syncs with the Royal Enfield app on your smartphone via wi-fi and you can switch between a full map display or a smaller turn-by-turn map display. The latter mode also displays engine rpm, speed, and gear speed with an indication to shift up or down and the music playing on your phone.

You can also control your smartphone music apps via a four-way joystick button next to the horn button on the left hand side. This joystick flips through various modes and information, including fuel range, fuel consumption, battery voltage and engine temperature. But the joystick is so sensitive that I would often inadvertently move it in the wrong direction. My biggest grouse, though, is that the Google Maps engine ravages a smartphone battery like a cloud of locusts in a field of crops. While there is a USB-C socket to keep a phone charged, this means either having a charging cable run from the socket to the phone in your pocket, or mounting the phone on the handlebar—the latter is exactly what the TFT has been designed to do away with, so this phone battery greediness of Royal Enfield app when running the Google maps engine is an issue Royal Enfield will have to soon address. 

Royal Enfield has added provisions for accessories like luggage panniers, pannier rails and a mount for a rear luggage box. These have been designed alongside the motorcycle so that unwieldy bolt-ons won’t have to be added later as was the case with the Himalayan 411.

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I knew that the throttle on the new Himalayan is ride-by-wire, meaning there is no cable, and it is a delight that also gives it four throttle modes: Performance with ABS on or off and a corresponding eco mode. In eco mode the throttle response through the first four of the six gears is gentle and gradual. More than fuel economy, this is great for a milder response to a twist of the wrist while riding on ice or gravel surfaces where traction is whimsical.

On that first day, I rode from Manali to Udaipur at the start of the Pangi Valley in Lahaul, a 204km fear-free trip along incredibly narrow roads with quick corners. It is here that I appreciated how much lighter and more powerful it is than its predecessor. When I arrived back at Sitara I was quite free of fatigue both in mind and body and I changed my scheduled deep tissue massage session to a 45-minute guided breath work session.

The next morning, I was back on the motorcycle and up in the mountains but this time on the road to Kaza through the valley alongside the Chenab River. Veteran travellers will know that the Gramphu to Chattru road is deceptive—it’s easy to be mesmerized by its stunning beauty and assume that the dirt road is gentle and forgiving. It is not!

On the day I rode that road, the devil had thrown everything into the cauldron to make the road a wicked concoction of black ice, fast flowing streams, boulder stretches, soft sand traps and loose gravel. The new Himalayan, with 10mm more ground clearance and a vastly improved suspension setup than its predecessor, was the Harry Potter of horsepower and like a benevolent wizard it kept me safe. Even when I got a little ambitious and started jumping over rocks to go airborne, the motorcycle would land gracefully.

After two days of riding the Himalayan 450 over tarmac and dirt my biggest take away was that while this motorcycle is definitely more forgiving on dirt, it is on tarmac that it shines. It will not only power through a stubborn sand trap at 12,000 feet but also provides more than enough grunt on smooth tarmac. It is a motorcycle not only for the Himalayas but also for the roads leading to and away from the ranges. This new addition to the Royal Enfield stables, though born in the Himalayas, has evolved into a motorcycle that is a globetrotter.

Himalayan Electric breaks cover

Royal Enfield unveiled its first-ever electric vehicle design concept at the EICMA Motor Show 2023 on 7 November 2023 in Milan, Italy, the company’s first step towards encouraging sustainable travel in the Himalayas so that generations of motorcyclists can enjoy these high mountain roads that are a bucket list trip for many. The Royal Enfield Himalayan Electric was showcased at the premier autoshow alongside the new Himalayan 450. The company’s Electric Testbed project uses rapid prototyping and iterative design with the objective of augmenting the experience of exploration by allowing the rider to listen to the soundtrack of the Himalayas: the voices in the villages, and the sound of wind through the desert lands. The specs of the Himalayan Electric have not been announced, and it will be a while before it hits the streets.

Rishad Saam Mehta is a Mumbai-based author, travel writer and budding travel video maker.

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All About Leh Ladakh Bike Tour

Royal Enfield is one of the oldest surviving motorcycle manufacturers in the world. Royal Enfield bikes are known for the class they exude as much as for their signature thump. It’s an ideal bike for Ladakh Bike trip & provided with 02 options for rent “350cc and 500cc engines” for Ladakh bike trip .

You will be also able to explore various amazing places of India throung our customised packages like North Sikkim Tour 2n/3d , Pelling Ravangla Gangtok tour from Bagdogra , Silk Route Package Tour , North East Tour Package , Dooars Package Tour , Andaman Package Tour , North East Package Tour , Kashmir Package Tour , Sundarban Tour Package and many more with your friends and family.

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Besides its rich historical significance, one cannot deny the natural beauty that it beholds. Being located in a remote area, the place does not receive much footfall which eventually helps to maintain its tranquility. If you are planning to spend a quiet time amidst Himalaya, we offer a Ladakh tour package for your up-coming vacation..

On arrive in Leh you will be greet by our representative & drive towards your confirmed hotel. Full day is for rest & leisure by your own. Dinner & overnight stay in Leh.

  • Night Stay at Leh

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Lamayuru. Enroute visit Sham Valley sightseeing’s like:- Hall of Fame: - Hall of Fame: - Hall of Fame is a museum constructed by the Indian Army in memory of the brave Indian soldiers who laid down their lives defending the motherland in the Indo-Pak wars. Pathar Sahib Gurudwara: - Gurudwara Pathar Sahib stands at the place where Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikh religion and the first guru, is believed to have vanquished a demon. Magnetic Hills: - Magnet Hill is a gravity hill located near Leh in Ladakh, India. The layout of the area and surrounding slopes create the optical illusion of a hill. The hill road is actually a downhill road. Objects and cars on the hill road may appear to roll uphill in defiance of gravity when they are, in fact, rolling downhill. Sangam Point: - Sangam Point is the place where you can see the confluence Indus, and Zanskar Rivers. On arrival in Lamayuru check in to the hotel. Dinner & overnight stay. Lamayuru is known for its monastery, and for its “lunar” landscape – quaintly promoted as a “Moonscape” for tourists. The landscape is certainly incredible with its spectacularly odd geological formations, though this is not unique to Lamayuru.

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  • Stay at Resort/Hotel
  • Trip time: 8am - 4.30pm

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Kargil. Enroute visit Namika La Pass. Namika La Pass: - Namika La is a high mountain pass in the Zaskar Range of the Himalayas in Ladakh. Namika La is one of two high passes between Kargil and Leh. The other is the even higher Fotu La Pass. Fotu La Pass: - Fotu La is a mountain pass on the Srinagar-Leh highway in the Zanskar Range of the Himalayas. It is the highest point on the highway, surpassing the famed Zojila. On arrival in Kargil check in to the hotel. Dinner & overnight stay in Kargil. Kargil: - Kargil is a city and a joint capital of the union territory of Ladakh, It is the second-largest city in Ladakh after Leh

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Temisgam Village. On arrival check in to the camp/ homestay, after fresh up visit The Tingmosgang castle & monastery, dinner & overnight stay in Temisgam Village. Temisgam village: - Temisgam village is Small & peaceful village of Ladakh, ideal for people who love to explore offbeat destinations.

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Leh, on arrival check in to the hotel, after fresh up you will free to visit Leh town by your own. Back to hotel dinner & overnight stay in Leh.

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Tsokar, on arrival check in to the camps. After fresh up visit Tsokar Lake, back to hotel. Dinner & overnight stay. Tsokar: - Tsokar is famous for Tsokar Lake known as the “White Lake” because its shores are marked with white salt of the water deposits.

  • Checkout time: 9 A.M.

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Tsomoriri, on arrival check in to the camp/ cottage. After fresh up visit Tsomoriri Lake & Nearby Monastery , back to hotel dinner & overnight stay. Tsomoriri: - Tsomoriri is most famous for Tsomoriri Lake known as Sacred Lake for Ladakhis, located on the highest altitude in Ladakh.

Morning after breakfast check out from hotel & drive towards Leh, on arrival check in to the hotel, rest day free for leisure by your own, back to hotel for final dinner with your tour mates. Overnight stay in Leh.

Then you can start from the best hotels in leh ladakh to reach the Leh Airport, you can have your breakfast or lunch at Airport as per your flight departure time.


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Here are some places that you must include in your Ladakh bike tour package -

  • Thiksey Monastery is a beautiful monastery located in the Thiksey village of Ladakh. It is one of the largest monasteries in Ladakh and is known for its stunning architecture and beautiful paintings. The monastery is home to around 80 monks and is an important center for Buddhist teachings in the region.
  • Shey Monastery is an ancient monastery located in the Shey village of Ladakh. It was built in the 17th century and is known for its beautiful wall paintings and sculptures. The monastery is located on a hill and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscapes.
  • 3 Idiot School is a popular tourist destination in Ladakh. The school was featured in the Bollywood movie "3 Idiots" and is known for its beautiful architecture and scenic location. The school is located in the Hemis village and offers stunning views of the Hemis National Park.
  • Leh Palace is an ancient palace located in the city of Leh. It was built in the 17th century and is known for its beautiful architecture and stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. The palace was the former residence of the royal family of Ladakh and is now a popular tourist attraction in the region.
  • Shanti Stupa is a beautiful stupa located in the city of Leh. It was built in the 20th century and is known for its stunning white dome and beautiful views of the surrounding landscapes. The stupa is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike and is a symbol of peace and unity.
  • Hemis Monastery is an ancient monastery located in the Hemis village of Ladakh. It was built in the 17th century and is known for its beautiful wall paintings and sculptures. The monastery is located in a scenic valley and is a popular destination for tourists.
  • Sindhu Ghat is a beautiful ghat located on the banks of the Indus River in the city of Leh. It is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike and offers stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. The ghat is also a popular spot for picnics and other recreational activities.
  • Pangong Lake is a beautiful lake located in the eastern part of Ladakh. It is known for its crystal-clear blue waters and stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The lake is a popular destination for tourists and is a must-visit spot for anyone traveling to Ladakh.
  • Nubra Valley is a beautiful valley located in the northern part of Ladakh. It is known for its beautiful landscapes, picturesque villages, and ancient monasteries. The valley is home to several rare species of flora and fauna and is a popular destination for trekkers and nature enthusiasts.
  • Khardung La Khardung La pass is a high mountain pass located in the Ladakh region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It sits at an elevation of 5,359 meters (17,582 feet) above sea level, making it one of the highest motorable passes in the world.

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Popular attractions and activities in your Ladakh bike tour -

  • Monasteries: Ladakh is home to several ancient monasteries, which are an integral part of the region's rich cultural heritage. Some of the most famous monasteries that are included in a typical leh Ladakh Bike tour are Thiksey Monastery, Hemis Monastery, and Shey Monastery. These monasteries are known for their intricate architecture, beautiful artwork, and unique Buddhist traditions.
  • Trekking Ladakh is a trekker's paradise, with several scenic trails that offer breathtaking views of the mountains, valleys, and lakes. Popular trekking routes that are included in a Ladakh package tour are the Markha Valley Trek, the Stok Kangri Trek, and the Chadar Trek. These treks offer a unique opportunity to experience the rugged beauty of the Ladakhi landscape and interact with the local communities.
  • Culture and Villages: Ladakh is known for its unique culture, which is a blend of Tibetan and Indian influences. A leh ladakh bike tour packages includes visits to remote villages such as Lamayuru, Alchi, and Nubra Valley, where travelers can experience the local way of life, interact with the villagers, and learn about their customs and traditions.
  • Adventure Sports: Ladakh is also a popular destination for adventure sports enthusiasts. Activities such as river rafting, mountain biking, and camel safaris are included in many Ladakh package tours. These activities offer a thrilling way to explore the rugged terrain and experience the natural beauty of the region.
  • Lakes: Ladakh is home to several serene lakes, such as Pangong Lake and Tso Moriri Lake, which are included in a Leh Ladkah bike trip package . These lakes offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains and are ideal for activities such as boating and camping.
  • Local Cuisine: Ladakh has a unique cuisine that is a blend of Tibetan and Indian flavors. A Ladakh bike trip package includes opportunities to taste the local delicacies such as momos, thukpa, and butter tea.
  • In addition to the above attractions and activities, a Leh Ladkah bike tour packages also includes accommodations, transportation, and a guide who is knowledgeable about the region's history, culture, and traditions. The cost of a Ladakh package tour varies depending on the duration, itinerary, and level of comfort of the accommodations and transportation.

Manali to Ladakh Tour Guide

If you are planning a Ladakh bike tour , here are some tips and suggestions to help you make the most of your journey: Choose the Right Time: The best time to go on a Ladakh bike trip is between June and September when the weather is favorable, and the roads are accessible. During this time, the temperature is pleasant, and the snow has melted, making it easier to ride. Plan Your Route: Research and plan your route carefully, taking into account the distance, terrain, and weather conditions. Make sure to include enough time for acclimatization and rest days. Rent a Reliable Bike: Rent a reliable bike from a trusted rental company. Make sure the bike is well-maintained and in good condition. It is also a good idea to carry spare parts and tools in case of any breakdowns. Pack Light: Pack only the essentials for your journey. Carry warm clothes, a good quality sleeping bag, a tent, and a first aid kit. Make sure to carry enough water and food for the journey, as there are few shops and restaurants along the way. Acclimatize Properly: Ladakh is situated at high altitudes, and it is important to acclimatize properly to avoid altitude sickness. Spend a few days in Leh or other lower-altitude areas to acclimatize before starting your journey. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water and fluids to stay hydrated. It is important to drink water regularly, especially while riding. Respect the Local Culture: Ladakh has a unique culture and way of life. Respect the local traditions, customs, and beliefs. Dress appropriately and be mindful of your behavior while interacting with the locals. Be Prepared for the Unexpected: Be prepared for unexpected situations, such as extreme weather conditions, roadblocks, and breakdowns. Carry a map, a GPS device, and a mobile phone with good network coverage. Practice Responsible Tourism: Practice responsible tourism by minimizing your impact on the environment and respecting the local culture. Avoid littering, use eco-friendly products, and support local businesses. Stay Safe: Your safety is paramount. Wear appropriate safety gear, such as helmets and knee pads. Follow traffic rules and ride defensively. Avoid riding at night or in bad weather conditions.

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Why Do You choose ladakh bike trip With Tourist Hub India?

More than words, we let our service speak for us. As a Ladakh tour operator from Kolakta , we have provided our esteemed clienteles with an unmatched the Best Ladakh package Cost. We believe in the utmost customer satisfaction which is why we have a flexible and tailor made Ladakh tour packages and easy online Ladakh tour booking system. As we are a trusted Ladakh tour operator in Kolkata “Safety and Comfort” is the foundation of Tourist Hub India which has helped us two thrive in this competitive travel business. We have sucsessfully completed and have so many happy guest last five years. As a part of our amazing Leh Ladakh packages , we provide:

  •   → The best accommodation facilities.
  •   → Delicious healthy breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  •   → Complete tour management.
  •   → Custom Sightseeing and Explore amazing places.
  •   → 100% pocket friendly best Package Price.
  •   → Doctor On Call on Trip
  •   → 100% Safety & Security
  •   → Customize Ladkah tour itinerary.
  •   → AC comfortable transportation, entertainment and celebration
  •   → 100% Covid Safety Guideline followed by Team

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Tips for Leh Ladakh Bike Trip

The significance of Leh Ladakh Package Tour offered by Tourist Hub India is not for the people who look for comfort and luxury in the places. The entire region is relatively remote; thus, amenities are limited. Here are a few things that you need to consider if you are willing to explore the region

  •   → The places that are included in the Ladakh tour package are mostly remote so you should not expect modern facilities. The home stays will provide you with basic amenities which are comfortable. There will be no internet connection, luxury furniture, and television with cable connection.
  •   → As the place is remote, finding an ATM is hard. So, we suggest you carry enough cash for emergencies.
  •   → You will be travelling to a high security zone of India and that is why you need to carry your original photo ID along with you.
  •   → The weather condition is relatively harsh in that region so you must carry woolen clothes, and necessary medicines.
  •   → While you are travelling to a high altitude region like Nathag valley, we ask you to refrain from consuming liquor.
  •   → The altitude is not favorable for elderly people and children; so we suggest deferring from buying Ladakh Tour Package if you are not physically fit or accompanying someone who is too young or old.
  •   → Basic medicines for fever, cough, cold, stomach upset for your own safety


If you book our Ladakh Bike Trip Package , we will provide pick up and drop facilities from and to the railway station/airport. While you travel in difference place at Leh-Ladakh, you need to know the distance and duration so that you can plan the tour accordingly.

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COVID 19 Precautions During Travel To Leh Ladakh Bike Trip:

  •   → We will provide Face Mask & Sanitizer for all tourists in the tour..
  •   → Sanitization process maintained by our trained staff before check in and check out.
  •   → Maintain daily basis sanitization for our boat.
  •   → Sanitizer is also available in every room and restaurant.
  •   → Transportation vehicle is also fully sanitized by our own staff.

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Find The Answer On Your Queries about Ladakh Bike Tour

The bike trip from Delhi or Manali to Ladakh usually takes around 10 to 14 days, depending on the route you choose and the number of stops you make along the way. The most popular route is from Delhi to Manali, and then to Ladakh via Rohtang Pass and Leh. This route is approximately 1014 km long and takes around 3 to 4 days to reach Leh. Once you reach Leh, you can explore the local attractions and nearby places like Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso Lake, and Khardungla Pass, which can take another 4 to 5 days. The return journey usually takes the same amount of time. However, it's important to note that the actual duration of the trip may vary depending on factors like road conditions, weather, and your pace of travel.

The best time to visit Ladakh by bike is from June to September. During these months, the weather is relatively stable, the roads are clear, and the temperatures are mild. The monsoon season in Ladakh is from July to August, but the region is largely rain-shadowed and receives very little rainfall. The months of June and September are usually considered the best time to visit as the weather is pleasant, and the crowds are relatively less as compared to peak season in July and August. However, it's important to note that the weather in Ladakh can be unpredictable, and it's important to stay informed about the weather conditions before embarking on a bike trip. Additionally, it's important to acclimatize to the high altitude before starting any adventure activities, including biking.

Ladakh is generally considered a safe place to visit. However, as with any destination, it is important to take necessary precautions and practice common sense to ensure your safety. The region is prone to natural hazards such as landslides and flash floods, especially during the monsoon season. It is important to check weather conditions and follow instructions from local authorities to stay safe. In recent times, there have been some security concerns in the region due to its proximity to the border with China and Pakistan. However, the Indian government has taken measures to ensure the safety of tourists in the area, and there is a strong presence of the Indian military in the region. It is always recommended to stay aware of your surroundings, follow local rules and customs, and take necessary precautions while traveling in any destination.

Riding a bike in Ladakh can be a challenging but rewarding experience. The region has some of the highest motorable roads in the world, and the terrain is rugged and mountainous, with steep ascents and descents, narrow roads, and sharp turns. The high altitude can also pose a challenge, as it may take time for riders to acclimatize and adjust to the thin air. It is important to stay hydrated, take frequent breaks, and avoid overexertion. Additionally, weather conditions can be unpredictable in Ladakh, with sudden changes in temperature and weather patterns. Riders must be prepared with appropriate gear and clothing for different weather conditions. Overall, riding a bike in Ladakh requires experience and skill, and it is important to take necessary precautions and follow safety guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip.

Yes, a bike ride to Ladakh is definitely worth it for those who love adventure and breathtaking landscapes. Ladakh offers some of the most stunning and unique landscapes in the world, with towering mountain ranges, shimmering lakes, and vast expanses of barren desert. Riding through these landscapes on a bike can be an unforgettable experience. In addition to the natural beauty, the cultural heritage of Ladakh is also worth exploring. The region has a rich history and a unique blend of Indian, Tibetan, and Central Asian cultures, with ancient monasteries, traditional villages, and colorful festivals. However, a bike ride to Ladakh can also be challenging due to the rugged terrain, high altitude, and unpredictable weather. It is important to be prepared and take necessary precautions to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. Riders should also be aware of the environmental impact of their journey and practice responsible tourism. Overall, a bike ride to Ladakh is a unique and rewarding experience that offers a chance to explore one of the most beautiful and fascinating regions in the world.

Riding a bike in Ladakh can be challenging, even for experienced riders. The terrain is rugged, with steep ascents and descents, narrow roads, and sharp turns. The high altitude can also pose a challenge, as it may take time for riders to acclimatize and adjust to the thin air. As a beginner, it is advisable to gain some experience in riding in similar terrain before attempting to ride in Ladakh. It is important to have a good level of fitness and endurance, as well as experience in riding on mountainous terrain. If you do plan to ride in Ladakh as a beginner, it is important to take necessary precautions and follow safety guidelines. This includes wearing appropriate safety gear, maintaining a safe speed, avoiding overexertion, and being prepared for changes in weather conditions. Alternatively, you can consider hiring a professional rider or taking a guided tour.

Leh Ladakh Bike Tour Booking and Cancellation Policy :

  •   → Ladakh Package Tour booking Would be Intimated through corporated emailm id.
  •   → Company Service Voucher Would be Issued to the Guest aginst the same.
  •   → 50% advance payment (100% for super peak time) is required to get the confirmation.
  •   → 100% Payment to be made before 3 days of Check In.
  •   → For any cancellation irrespective of no of days 15% charges will be levied.
  •   → 25% of the Package amount to be levied if cancelled between 20- 07 days before Check in.
  •   → 50% of the package amount to be levied If Cancelled between 07 – 03 days of Check in.
  •   → No Refund incase Of No show /Short Stay/or if Cancelled between 72 Hrs of Check in.
  •   → 100% cancellation Charge once Booking is made for Super Peak Season.

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Thankyou Tourist Hub India for this wonderful ladakh trip. It was fun, comfortable & extremely adventurous . I recommend you guys to everyone around me. Thanks once again :).

Abhishek Chatterjee

We planned to visit Ladkh and kashmir, I made sure Ladakh was a part of it. Though this wasn’t the first time, but I never enjoyed and explored ladakh trip from kolkata better than this time. The guides knew the territory like the back of their hand. Thanks to them, I managed to capture some excellent shots of the nature of ladakh.

Rahul Agarwal

I chose Tourist Hub India after one of my friends opted for their service Ladakh package and i’m glad. I chose them for my elderly parents and according to them, each member of the team was exsiting for this ladakh tour. They took care of their parents and made sure they didn't feel uncomfortable and lifetime experience of ladakh.

Dhiman Laheri

This was my first time in Ladakh trip from kolkata and I'm glad I chose Tourist Hub India. They were friendly and accepted all our requests. they even helped me to get the best view room in the hotel.


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  1. Himalayan Odyssey

    This 18-day adventure ride traversed approx. 2200 km in some of the roughest terrain and highest mountain passes. Origin New Delhi Distance 2,200 Kms Terrain Tarmac, Dirt, Mud Duration 18 Days Destination Khardung La Price INR 38000 View gallery Key places of Himalayan Odyssey Kaza Nubra Valley Khardung La Rohtang Pass Sarchu Kaza Nubra Valley

  2. Himalayan Escape

    This Royal Enfield motorcycle tour takes in the most spectacular locations and routes of the Ladakh region in the Indian Himalayas. You'll visit… Home > > Asia > Himalayas > Himalayan Escape Premium Package Destinations: Asia Himalayas India Max Group Size: 12 Riders Trip Type: Guided & Supported Riding Type: Royal Enfield Ask a Question

  3. Astral Ride Ladakh 2022

    10th September to 18th September 2022 Landscape Himalayas Destination Leh Price INR 35,000 Single registration Confirmed Riders Key Places Hanle Leh Pangong Tso Tso Moriri Hanle Leh Pangong Tso Tso Moriri Hanle Leh At 11,562 ft above msl, Leh serves as the capital of the Ladakh region of India. Itinerary Day 0

  4. Royal Enfield Bike Tour to Ladakh

    Join this 7N/8D Royal Enfield Bike Tour to Ladakh; ride to some of the hidden destinations, scenic villages, and stunning meadows in Ladakh Valley. Also, while riding through them, enjoy the salubrious beauty of the natural marvels and fill your travelogue with the best of biking memories in Ladakh! SHORT ITINERARY Day 01: Arrival in Leh

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    Bikers and travelers enthusiastically wait for an ideal time to hit the road and have a ride on royal enfield to Ladakh at the time of summer season. The picture of the road to Ladakh has become more and more attractive with every passing year with a growing demand for biking tours.

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    The Road to Ladakh: A 5200km Ride on Royal Enfield. A trip to Ladakh is the ultimate relief from the scorching heat of summer in India. Bikers and road trippers eagerly wait for the right time to hit the road to Ladakh in the thick of summer, while the rest of India keeps the fingers crossed in prayer to the god of rains for showers.

  9. Astral Ride Ladakh 2022

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  11. What's Included

    Before the ride All the entry permits for the Ladakh region Limited edition Astral Ride Ladakh 2022 t-shirts, stickers and luggage tags. Motorcycles (Royal Enfield Himalayan) for the duration of the tour. En Route Photography Workshop fees for Astrophotography Training. Accommodation arrangements on a twin sharing basis.

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  17. Ladakh Motorcycle Tour

    On the second day of your trip, you will set out early on your Royal Enfield to visit the famous Lamayuru Monastery, one of the most fascinating, ancient, and enormous monasteries of Ladakh. This monastery performs traditional spiritual ceremonies on a daily basis, reflecting the practices of Drikung and Kagyu Buddhism.

  18. Conquer Himalayas on Royal Enfield

    Resume your Motorcycle trip to the Himalayas from Leh to Kargil Via Namkila Pass, located at a height of 3700 meters. Ride through rugged terrains and sublime landscapes of brown mountains, adorned with winding and serpentine trails, creating a mesmerizing sight that is perfect for photography enthusiasts. D7.

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    Royal Enfield Himalayan 3. KTM 390 Adventure 4. Bajaj Dominar 400 5. Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 6. Bajaj Pulsar 220 7. Hero XPulse 200 8. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500/ 350 CC 9. Yamaha FZ and Fazer 10. Avenger Street & Cruiser Opting for the best bikes for the Ladakh trip is very much essential to have an adventurous experience.

  20. Delhi To leh Ladakh Motorbike Tour in Indian Himalayas

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  21. Moto Trip in Ladakh

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