Manali To Ladakh Motorbike Tour 2017


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Activity Cost Estimate
(per person)

Activity Fee
19900
Transportation Charge
(If required)
Porter/Mule Charge
(If required)

Total cost
Rs 19900
Note: Service tax of 5% has is payable on total cost.

Overview

Join team Adventurescape on a once in a lifetime journey from the beautiful and adventurous land of Manali to the mystic mountains of Ladakh. The ride will commence from Manali through some rugged terrain crossing high altitude mountain passes like Rohtang, Chang La, Baralacha and Tanglang La to reach the majestic and beautiful Leh in Ladakh region. This journey will consist of rugged stretches of roads, snow crossings, water crossings due to glacial melts and occasional landslides which will test your physical as well as your mental endurance.Riding along snow covered roads and through picturesque landscape makes it an adrenaline pumping and one of the great motorbike expedition in India. Pack your bags and book your seats for a great adventure with Adventurescape.

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Short Itinerary

Day1: Manali to Sarchu (225 KM)
Day2: Sarchu to Leh (250 KM)
Day3: Leh Rest Day
Day4: Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardungla (126 KM)
Day5: Nubra Valley to Pangong via Shyok/War La (206KM)
Day6: Pangong Tso to Leh via Chang La (156 KM)
Day7: Leh to Sarchu via Taglang La (251 KM)
Day8: Sarchu to Manali via Baralacha La (225 KM)
Day9: Buffer Day (will be used in case of bad weather or other unforeseen circumstances)

 

Detailed Itinerary

DAY1?
GEOGRAPHY: Manali–Sarchu (via Rohtang La & Baralacha La)
DISTANCE: 225 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 16,040ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (EasyModerate – Difficult)

Today we start our journey from Manali to Ladakh early in the morning and head for Sarchu crossing two high Altitude pass Rohtang La and Baralacha La. The ride from Manali to Sarchu would be full of adventure, negotiating rugged terrains and multiple water crossings. The jaw-dropping views of the Lahaul valley will leave everyone spell bounded. By evening we will reach Sarchu, and then relax at our camping site with dinner.

DAY2?
GEOGRAPHY: Sarachu to Leh (Tangllang la, Lachhung la)
DISTANCE: 251 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 17,580ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Tarmac road, off roads
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (Easy – Moderate – Difficult)

We will begin our ride early morning towards Leh. Just after Sarchu we will be riding across Gata Loops. These are 22 hair Pin bends, that makes you gain the altitude very quickly. We will be riding along two passes Nakee La and Lachung La before reaching Pang. Just after crossing Pang, we will ride across More Plains. More Plains are 50 KM long beautifully laid tarmac road in the middle of spell bounding landscape. After crossing More Plains we will ride across Taglang La and enter the Leh city by the evening.

DAY3?
GEOGRAPHY: Leh City
DISTANCE: NA
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 11,562ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: NA
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: NA

Today we will rest and enjoy the beautiful Leh city. Enjoy the town of Leh and monasteries nearby. Places to visit would be some very famous tourist spots; Shanti Stupa, Hall of fame, Old Fort, Leh palace, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib and much more.

DAY4?
GEOGRAPHY: Leh–Nubra (via Khardungla)
DISTANCE: 126 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:18,380ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (Easy – Moderate – Difficult)

Today we will take our journey to Khardung La which is ‘WORLDS HIGHEST MOTORABLE ROAD’ at an attitude of 5359 meters/18,380 feet. We will go further and reach Nubra Valley which has completely contrasting feature, characterized by white sands amid snowcapped mountain ranges.
The
Hunder Sand Dunes are a unique bed of nature, located between Hunder and Diskit villages in the Nubra Valley. We would stay overnight in a typical high altitude Ladakhi village and witness the rustic lifestyle of people in these most rugged terrains of the World. What you ride today has served as a caravan route which used to feed the Silk route through Karakoram Pass, for thousands of years. The Silk Route is now located in conflicted areas between India and China.


DAY5?
GEOGRAPHY: Nubra–Pangong Tso (via Shyok/Wari La)
DISTANCE: 126 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 18,380ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (Easy – Moderate – Difficult)

Today we ride to Pangong Tso from Nubra via Shyok village. Riding along the rugged terrain you would arrive at one the most spectacular high altitude lake known as Pangong Tso Lake. It has some of the most beautiful hues of blue that you would ever see in your life. It’s a lake that extends deep into China with only one-third with India. A night by the lakeside camp is an experience of a lifetime.

DAY6?
GEOGRAPHY: Pangong–Leh (via ChangLa)
DISTANCE: 156 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:17,688ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (Easy – Moderate – Difficult)

Now it’s time to return to Leh for your last evening in Ladakh. You could spend the time collecting some memorabilia from Leh town, or just have an easy evening looking back at your time spent in this wonderful part of the world. These memories will surely be embedded in your hearts and minds for a long time.

DAY7?
GEOGRAPHY: Leh–Sarachu (via TanglangLa, Lachungla, NakiLa)
DISTANCE: 251 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 17,580ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (Easy – Moderate – Difficult)

Today, we will ride on Leh-Manali highway across More Plains. More Plains are 50 KM long beautifully laid tarmac road in the middle of the beautiful landscape. After crossing More Plains we will take a halt at pang and then ride along the Gata Loops (21 Hair Pin bends) before reaching Sarchu.
Sarchu lies in the middle of the two beautiful destinations, Manali and Leh. Have a comfortable stay at night in the camp.
 

DAY8?
GEOGRAPHY: Sarachu–Manali (via Baralacha La & RohtangLa)
DISTANCE: 225km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE:16,040 ft
ROAD CONDITIONS: Mixed (Tarmac Road, Off Roading)
DIFFICULTY LEVEL: (EasyModerate – Difficult)

In the morning, drive through the Sarchu and reach the Baralaccha Pass till noon. Enjoy a smooth ride up the Lahaul ranges and reach Rohtang pass. Rohtang pass will come with a number of challenges with mini-rivers of mud. By evening arrive at Manali and have a comfortable stay at the hotel in Manali.

DAY 9? WILL BE BUFFER DAY

 

How to Reach

How to reach by Air?

The nearest airport for Manali is Bhuntar, 50 km (Approx.) from Manali. Air India & Air Himalayas (9 Seater Non-Scheduled Flight) are having flights for Kullu. Air India having flights to Kullu from Delhi Airport & Air Himalayas operates flights from Chandigarh Airport.

How to reach by Train?

The two nearest Railway Station for Manali are at Chandigarh (350 km.) and Ambala (360 km).
Onwards Journey can be traveled either by Chartered Taxis, Buses or by Air as Himalayan Bulls a private 8 seater charter is available between Chandigarh & Kullu.

How to reach by Road?

You can also reach Manali by road. There are many Volvo buses running from Delhi and Chandigarh daily. Delhi to Manali buses is available from RK Ashram Marg as well as ISBT Kashmiri gate. Chandigarh to Manali Buses is available from Sector 43 Bus Stand.

Delhi to Manali 585 km 14 Hrs
Chandigarh to Manali 350 Km 8-10 Hrs
Ambala to Manali 360 Km 8-10 Hrs
Shimla to Manali 270 km 7-8 Hrs

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Tariff and Details

Manali-Ladakh-Manali-2017

Fixed Departures:

24th June - 02nd July
15th July - 23rd July
12th August - 20th August

Tariff per person (Exclusive of taxes):

Biker-INR 19,900
Pillion-INR 18,900
Vehicle (per seat min 5 pax)- INR 26,500

  • We also provide Motorbikes
  • Enfield bullet 350cc and 500cc on additional cost on first cum first serve basis.
  • Prices will be levied on booking basis and on availability.

 

INCLUSIONS

Stay During Journey:

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

Meals:

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

OTHER RIDE INCLUSIONS:
1. Tents for camping in some locations
2. Meals and beverages as described in the meal details
3. Road Captains with experience in riding in high altitudes and   Himalayas.
4. Royal Enfield trained specialist mechanic
5. First aid and group health medical kits
6. Back Up Vehicle to carry central equipment

 

RIDE EXCLUSIONS:

1. Stay in Delhi.
2. Fight/train tickets during journey
3. Lunch during the journey
4. Fuel expenses during the ride
5. Personal Expenses(Snacks/water Bottles/Energy Drinks etc)
6. Riding Gear for the riders. (Gloves, jackets, boots, strap, helmets, bungee cords, guards)
7. Cost Escalation due to natural reason
8. Spare Parts if needed to be replaced while on ride (Riders can carry their own spare parts)
9. Laundry, tips, camera fee, monument and monastery entry fee, parking charges, wildlife sanctuary entry fee.
10.Any part of the package is not availed by the client refunds cannot be claimed for any part of package exchangeable with any services.
11.In case Buffer Day need to be used, then hotel/food/mechanic/backup vehicle charges.
12.Our tour costs do not include any travel insurance/repatriation charges/ damages/ claims etc. in the case of any eventuality.

13.Anything not mentioned in inclusions

DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED:

  1. Vehicle registration certificate.
  2. Pollution under control certificate
  3. Insurance of vehicle
  4. Driving License.
  5. Voter ID card/ Aadhar Card/ Passport.
  6. Passport size photographs (4)
  7. Emergency contact details.

Note: Above mentioned documents should be carried
in original copy along with the sufficient Xerox
copy.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
1. Wear Riding shoes till your ankles
2. Climatic conditions in the high altitudes are different from plain areas. Take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
3. Avoid wearing tight-fitted clothes as they might hinder your movement during the ride.
4. Wear double layered socks to avoid dust, mud, and infections during the trek
5. Wear proper protective headgear that fits perfectly along with eyewear and mouth protection to avoid the glare of the sun, dust, and
wind.
6. Avoid using earphones, as you might not be able to follow up the instructions from the road captains.
7. Consumption of alcohol/drugs during the bike ride is strictly prohibited
8. The ride takes place through eco-friendly zone do not litter the local sites or campsites.

Cancellation Policy

• Payment of 25% of total cost for booking a seat will be required.
• Remaining 75% deposit would be required 40 days prior to trip start day.
• If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees.
• If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees.
• If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees.
• In the case of any unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be canceled and in such case, the road captains will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However, no refund will be provided for the same.

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Why Book with us?

  • Qualified, experienced, and helpful staff

    Our staff includes Mountaineering qualified trek leaders, local guides with in depth knowledge of routes and the ability to act appropriately in case of emergencies.

  • Competitive pricing

    We provide all the services with quality at a very competitive price

  • Small groups = More fun

    Small groups mean more focus on individuals and better arrangements so that you can have a great trekking experience.

  • Healthy and nutritious food

    The food provided will be wholesome and of good quality during the trek.

  • Individual attention

    With smaller groups we can focus on individuals and make your trek more memorable.

  • Safety is our priority

    Our team is trained to keep you safe during the trek and evacuate in times of natural calamities.

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