Every avid biker’s bucket list includes a bike ride to the rugged mountain landscape of Leh – Ladakh. Only a few months of the year are the roads open. The Manali – Leh roadway connects the lower Himalayas to Ladakh, which is at a higher elevation. This excursion will take us via seven passes, three of which are the highest in the world.
The Leh Ladakh bike trip is packed with exciting adventures that will enchant you. The allure of the wide road and the enticement of the unknown. Weather, topography, and culture will all change dramatically over 12 days. Mountains covered with snow, waterfalls, lakes, and deserts can transport you to another world. So sit back and enjoy the ride with Gulliver Adventures. As someone put it,
We will begin our journey to Jispa, which is 140 kilometers from Manali, this morning. You will be awestruck by the beauty of the Himalayas by the time we reach Rohtang Pass (3,978m). A lovely bike ride will be provided by the magnificent lush green valley and hairpin bend. We will enter the Lahaul valley after crossing our first pass, and our ride will continue alongside the Chandra river until late afternoon when we will arrive in Jispa (3,200m). We’ll make a bonfire and camp out here for the night. Staying in Jispa is also recommended because your body will begin to acclimate as the altitude rises gradually.
Today will be a huge day for all of us because we’ll be crossing three passes, one of which is the world’s second-highest. As soon as the sun shines, we’ll be on our way. The 21 hairpin twists of the Gata loops continue to rise towards the Nakila and Lachungla Passes. . We’ll stop for lunch and refreshments in the afternoon at Pang. We will also see 50 kilometers of flatlands before going to Tanglang La Pass (5328m), the world’s second-highest motorable road pass.Prepare to shoot some breathtaking shots, as the environment resembles a Yeti-created football field.We shall arrive at Leh in the evening (3500m). After such a hard day, we all require complete relaxation.
Natural beauty abounds in the dunes and bleak surroundings. Don’t forget about the Bactrian camel with two humps.
We shall begin our trek to Pangong Lake in the morning. We’ll continue side by side on Agham Shayok Road to Shyok River. We may have to cross several large bodies of water along the route. We will arrive at Pangong Lake (4,250m), also known as Pangong Tso, which means high grassland lake, after a 6-hour ride. This location is unlike any other in India in terms of beauty. It has a different kind of attractiveness because of its calm and remoteness, as well as its tranquillity. The lake is approximately 5 km broad and 134 km long, with China accounting for 60% of its length.
On the next day of your Leh Ladakh tour package, we’ll depart for the Leh-Manali highway. We’ll be riding for 8 to 10 hours today, so it’ll be the longest ride yet.We’ll stop for lunch in Pang before continuing on to Manali . Riding in long lines with friends, especially in this type of atmosphere, is a once-in-a-lifetime event. We’ll arrive at Jispa in the evening, and we’ll have a bonfire and music to commemorate our voyage.
Today is a day for resting, exploring, and having fun in Leh. We’ll visit Shanti Stupa and the monasteries in the area. The architecture and beauty of Shanti Stup are indescribable. The elevation of Shanti Stupa allows us to observe the entire landscape of Leh Ladakh. Spend the evening strolling through Leh’s dazzling market.
We set out in the morning, fully charged, for the Baralacha Pass (4900m). Baralacha La is a high mountain pass in the Zanskar Range that is mostly covered in snow all year. We shall arrive in Sarchu in the early evening (4300m). Sarchu is a vast plateau with a beautiful, Mars-like scenery. Cliffs with sandcastle-like needle-like structures are squeezing their way to the top. Remember to go to bed early tomorrow because it’s going to be a long day.