Leh Ladakh road trip takes a top position amongst any other road trip in India. Two weeks long and adventurous trip keeps you enthralled and exuberant till the last movement of your trip to Leh Ladakh. Basically, there are two routes to start your Leh Ladakh road trip. One route goes through Chandigarh and another one from Srinagar too. From where your journey will take a start is up to you, it’s all your decision to opt for.
With an extremely stunning sight view of Leh Ladakh, when you see this lovely place at an altitude over 11,400 feet above sea level, you got stuck for some time. Leh Ladakh road trip is just like going to a dream come true, either you are solo or taking a group with you, no matter, Ladakh is beautiful in a dramatic way for everyone who visits here at once.
Obviously, you get tired somewhere throughout your journey because it is self-driven and a long way but it doesn’t stop your enthusiasm anyway. If I covenant you that your Leh Ladakh road trip will be full of excitement and adventure, then it would not be wrong to say so.
To reach finally at Leh Ladakh, you have two ways to choose for- one way goes from Srinagar and next from Manali to Ladakh.
In fact, when you the right route from Srinagar, you further continue your journey alongside beholding the lovely villages, Lamayuru monasteries, Kargil war memorial, Himalayan valley, and much more. Also, before reaching Srinagar you have to cross the Jawahar tunnel, its length is 2.85 km. While passing through an exuberant Leh-Ladakh road trip, you travel across the many stunning locations such as Drass valley, Mulbekh, Moonland, Lamayuru, Alchi, Likir, Rohtang La, Keylong, Jispa, Darcha, Zingzing Bar, Baralacha La, Sarchu, Gata loops, Nakee La, Lachulung La, Tanglang La, Upshi, Karu, Pangong Lake, and Nubra valley.
Likewise, during the Leh Ladakh Road Trip you see the precise greenery of Sonmargh and picturesque villages located at the bank of the Sindh River. An open sight view with its essence and sweet sound mark Ladakh as a perfect destination to visit for. After reaching a distance of around 435 km, actually, you find true nature all around you. Srinagar environment helps you acclimatize easily rather than Manali. Because going through Srinagar, the temperature decreases slowly. So you get the time to acclimatize.
Next, you can also take another route from Manali for Leh, this route is equally appealing and attractive too due to its diversity. You pass through the panoramic valley and high mountains that compel to you to stay for a moment and spend some time with this place. Anymore, a scenic view does not stop you to explore and get a stunning photograph. You can witness this incredible and elegant village lifestyle, monasteries, jaw-dropping views, ancient culture, and lush green environment.
Finally, reaching Ladakh, when you see clouds touching mountains, you really get crazy after having this amazing view. It is just fantastic to stay right at that place. Now, you can continue your trip to Leh and catch the scenic view of the Khardungla pass.
The Leh Ladakh road trip begins with your arrival and meet up with The Crazy Mountaineers team. After the briefing, you will be allotted bikes for a test drive so you can get accustomed to your rides. After that, you will retire to accommodation (Not Included in the package.) to take some rest as we leave early in the morning the next day.
Early morning you are expected to meet The Crazy Mountaineers Team & fellow riders. After a short briefing we say goodbye to Chandigarh & start off our trip on NH-154
After having our breakfast we check out and get back on the road. We will pass through the plains of the state of punjab. Riding for a few more hours we will enter the state of Himachal Pradesh and cross the towns of Bilaspur & Mandi. As we move further the ride becomes very exciting as we continue to ride along the Beas river on the route from Bhuntar to Manali. Overnight stay at Manali hotels. You can explore the beautiful Old Manali if we reach there on time.
Today we will leave from Manali for Jispa on the Manali-Leh Highway. We will be leaving early as today we will have to cross Rohtang Pass located at 3978m. It's important to leave early as the pass gets a bit crowded as the day progresses. As we cross the Rohtang Pass, you will see a drastic change in the vegetation of the area as we pass through the Lahaul & Spiti District. The trees and the grassland disappear & is taken over by barren mountains. We will cross the mountain towns of Sissu & Keylong as we continue our ride towards Jispa. Overnight stay will be in tents.
The third day of the Leh Ladakh road trip is going to be a short but thrilling ride, make sure to keep yourself hydrated as we will be riding above 4000m. We will keep riding on the Manali-Leh highway after crossing Darcha on this high altitude terrain which is full of adventures. As we get closer to the treacherous Baralacha Pass the road starts to ascend steeply. On the way, we will cross the famous Suraj Tal also known as Emerald Lake. Continuing on the route to Sarchu, you will be able to see the Tsarp River. We arrive at Sarchu late in the evening & spend the night in tents.
We have breakfast in the morning and get ready for a long & exciting ride. You will come across many water crossings while you ride on the road towards Leh. We leave Sarchu and ascend towards Nakee La which is at an altitude of 4770m. You will be crossing Gata Loops which are a series of 21 bends within 7 Km. As soon as we finish the descent from Nakee La we will start ascending to Lachung La at an altitude of 5060. Descending down from Lachung La we will come down to the village Pang at 4600m. You will notice an obvious change in the landscape after crossing Pang we will ride the plateau of Morey Plains for 45Km and then start climbing towards Tanglang La which is the highest motorable pass of the Manali-Leh highway located at an altitude of 5328m. As we keep riding along the Indus River, we reach Leh in the evening and spend the night at a hotel.
Today is the day to rest and relax, there will be a check up of bikes in the first half of the day and you can visit some places for sightseeing for the rest. Be sure to check out the Leh Palace, you can catch a glimpse of Stok Kangri mountain range from the terrace of the building. You can visit the Shanti Stupa and the local market at Leh. Overnight stay at a hotel.
After spending the day in Leh, today we continue our Leh Ladakh raod trip & ride towards Nubra Valley which is the highest motorable road in the world at Khardung La at 5360m. The road is well paved till the Pullu checkpoint but beyond that, it becomes a little slushy. We won’t be staying at Khardung La for long because of the height and thin air. After climbing down the pass, we will have our lunch and move forward and ride for a couple of hours to reach Diskit Monastery where a 32m statue of Maitreya Buddha stands tall. Upon our arrival in the valley, you will see the landscape you have ever seen before. We will be spending nights at the camps.
Today we will be heading to the most beautiful destination in Ladakh, after having breakfast, we head towards the Pangong Lake. The ride today will be interesting as we will be taking the less traveled route via Shyok. Riding along the Shyok river we will cross Agham, Shyok, Durbuk & Tangste villages. The ride will be exciting as you cross water crossings and rocky terrain. As we cross Durbuk village, we will ride along the Pangong lake, the mesmerizing view of the lake for sure leaves a mark on the visitors. We will be camping along the lake tonight.
Waking up to the sunrise near the Pangong Lake is like a dream come true for every traveller. After having breakfast, we will start on the same route from where we came from yesterday, as we cross Durbuk, we will once again climb on the highest motorable pass in the world, the Chang La at an altitude of 5360m and after crossing Chang La we will stop for lunch & and continue our journey to Leh on the Manali-Leh highway. We will cross the Thiksey monastery & Druk White Lotus School. After arriving at Leh, we will spend the night at a hotel.
Today we head towards Kargil from Leh, the ride will take less time as the roads are in a good condition. You will be riding along the mighty Indus River towards Kargil on the Leh-Srinagar Highway. The view is picturesque along the way and we will reach Lamayuru, which houses the highest monastery in the region. Crossing Lamayuru we will start climbing towards Namika La at 3700m. The pass will take us to Musbekh Valley. Passing through beautiful villages we reach Kargil and spend the night.
After having breakfast, we check out of the accommodation and ride towards the Kashmir Valley via Dras, which is one of the coldest inhabited places on earth. We will stop to take a break at the Dras War Memorial. Driving uphill to Zoji La located at 3520m after Dras, you will experience beautiful views of the Himalayas. Crossing the Zoji La pass we will enter the Sonmarg valley and continue to ride for about 2 more hours until we reach Srinagar. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Today we will ride to Pathankot from Srinagar through the mesmerizing valley of Kashmir. We will once again pass through the two longest tunnels of the region, the Jawahar Tunnel about 2.85Km long and the Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Tunnel which is 9.2Km in length. Stay will be at the hotel in Pathankot.
Today is the last day of the Leh-Ladakh Road Trip, we will start early as we have a long day ahead of us, the longest ride of the trip. We will be riding from Pathankot to Chandigarh through the plains of Punjab & Haryana.
Section 01: Package without Motorcycle
Section 02: Package with Motorbike
Section 03: Package with MUV
Total Distance: 2787 KM
Documents to Carry :
Passport size photographs
Original Photo ID ( voter card or passport )
If bringing your own bike, all documents related to your bike should be submitted along with insurance papers.
COVID 19 related Terms & Condition :
Crazy Mountaineer shall follow Covid 19 Protocols as per the government guidelines applicable to it. However, it is made clear, that the individual participants are responsible for maintaining all such protocols and guidelines that are applicable at his/her own level towards the prevention and spread of Covid 19. If any participants develop any symptoms around Covid 19, it shall immediately inform the Crazy Mountaineer's team who shall then follow and adopt all such measures as it deems fit under the situation. Crazy Mountaineer's decision shall be final and all participants shall abide by the above conditions to ensure safely of himself/herself and the people around.
Crazy Mountaineer shall not be liable for any loss, cost, expense, damage, delay, missed connections, or any other consequential damages or losses which may be the direct or indirect result of any actions taken by it as stated above.
Cancellation Charges Per Person
30 days or more before departure: 75% Refund of the total cost
29 - 20 days before departure: 50% Refund of total cost
Less than 20 days before departure: No Refunds.
IF WE CHANGE OR CANCEL YOUR ADVENTURE HOLIDAY
We do plan the arrangements in advance. It is unlikely that we will have to make any changes to your travel arrangements. Occasionally, we may have to make changes due to Force Majeure Events and we reserve the right to do so at any time before or during the trip.
If there are any changes, we will advise you of them at the earliest possible date before or during the trip based on the Force Majeure Events.
We also reserve the right under Force Majeure Events to cancel your travel arrangements / offer alternative dates / revise the itinerary before or during the trip. Any additional cost incurred due to the above-mentioned reasons will have to be borne by the traveller himself. There shall be no refund to the traveller under Force Majeure Events.
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|Own Bike - Solo Rider Without fuel||25,999|
|Own Bike - with Pillion Without Fuel||25,999|
|Single Rider with RE 350cc including fuel||56,999|
|Dual Rider with RE 350cc including fuel||42,999|
|Innova / Tempo Traveller||39,999|
|500 CC Motorbike Upgrade||4,499|
|Himalayan Motorbike Upgrade||9,499|
|Gear - Elbow Guard + Knee Guard + Gloves||1000|