Get ready to make your dream of riding in Ladakh come true in the action-packed bike trip
where one would be experiencing the fusion of thrill, serene beauty and culture of The Land of
High Passes. This amazing bike tour lets you explore the adventurous side of your personality
while enjoying this thrilling road trip to Ladakh from Manali via various exciting destinations
and twisty roads. Manali to Ladakh bike trip covers breathtaking destinations during your road
trip like Manali, Solang Valley, Jispa, Tso Kar, Leh, Khardung La, Nubra, Turtuk, Pangong and so
much more! Admired for its unparalleled scenic views, pristine icy lakes, and swirling roads,
Ladakh is becoming the most Instagrammable place in India and is on everyone’s bucket list, it
offers you a stay amidst the beautiful valley of mountains and a starlit sky in the night.

9 Nights 10 Days Available on request
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Bike 
  • Lead Biker with Bike
  • Service Back up Vehicle with Mechanic and Helper
  • Accommodation as per below mentioned hotels/camps or similar category
  • Dinner and breakfast at all the places
  • First Aid Kit and Oxygen Cylinder
  • Inner Line Permit

What is NOT included in the tour

  • GST @ 5%
  • Enroute Lunch, Beverages, Snacks, Minibar etc.
  • Any Adventure activity, Safari or adventure activity unless specified in inclusions.
  • Monument entry, Guide fee etc.
  • Any other sight-seeing other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion.
What makes this tour special





Day 4: TSO KAR - LEH

Day 5: LEH







Arrive at Manali After a meet and greet in Manali Volvo bus stand check in to the hotel. Take
some rest and fresh up. The afternoon we will give you a brief description of an upcoming
journey and will handover you the bikes. Then we will ride for a sightseeing tour in Manali so
that you can get used to your bikes. Later come back to the hotel. Relaxed and overnight stay.


Distance- 93 Kms
Duration- 3 Hrs
Highlights- Solang Valley, Atul Tunnel, Lahaul Valley

After breakfast, we will start the journey towards Jispa crossing Atal tunnel. Atal Tunnel is a
Newly built highway tunnel built under the Rohtang Pass. After crossing Tunnel, the landscape
changes drastically as we enter the Lahaul and Spiti District. The lush green grasslands
disappear and the barren slopes of the cold desert take over. We continue the ride towards
Jispa crossing the quaint mountain towns of Sissu and Keylong. Arrive at the destination early in
the evening and have an adventurous overnight stay in Camps / Hotel.


Distance- 225 Kms
Duration- 6 Hrs
Highlights- Sarchu, Pang, Tso Kar Lake

The drive from Jispa to Tso Kar in India is approximately 225 kilometers and takes about 6-7
hours to complete. The route typically involves driving from Jispa to Sarchu, then onto Pang and
finally to Tso Kar. The road from Jispa to Sarchu is mostly good, but can be narrow and winding
in some sections, so it is important to drive with caution. From Sarchu to Pang, the road is
mostly dirt and gravel, and the terrain is quite rugged, so a sturdy vehicle with good ground
clearance is recommended. From Pang to Tso Kar, the road improves somewhat, but it is still a
mix of dirt and gravel, with some rocky sections. The road passes through some high-altitude
mountain passes, so it is important to be prepared for the altitude and potential changes in
weather conditions. Overall, the drive from Jispa to Tso Kar can be quite challenging but also
offers stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding landscapes.


Day 4: TSO KAR - LEH
Distance- 153 Kms
Duration- 5 Hrs
Highlights- Changthang Plateau, Chang La Pass

The drive from Tso Kar to Leh is a scenic and memorable journey through the rugged and
mountainous terrain of the Ladakh region in northern India. The distance between Tso Kar and
Leh is approximately 153 kilometers, and the drive can take anywhere from 5 to 7 hours,
depending on the road conditions and the speed of your vehicle. The route from Tso Kar to Leh
takes you through the Changthang plateau, which is known for its vast expanses of arid desert,
high-altitude lakes, and snow-capped mountains. Along the way, you will pass through several
small villages, including Tangste and Karu, where you can stop for a break and refreshments.
The road from Tso Kar to Leh is a mix of paved and unpaved sections, with some stretches being
quite rough and bumpy. You will also need to cross several high mountain passes, including the
Chang La pass, which is the third-highest motorable pass in the world. While the drive can be
challenging at times, it is well worth the effort for the stunning scenery and unique cultural
experiences you will encounter along the way. Just be sure to stay well-hydrated to avoid
altitude sickness.

Day 5: LEH
Highlights - Leh Market , Shanti Stupa , Leh Palace

Replenish your energies with a healthy breakfast and enjoy a relaxing day in Leh. The first half
of the day is saved for a regular check-up of the bikes and the rest of the day can be spent
visiting a few sightseeing places in and around the city. Stop by the Leh Palace and enjoy the
splendid panoramic views of the Stok Kangri mountain range from the terrace. You may also
choose to visit the Shanti Stupa and the local market to indulge in some shopping and try out
the Ladakhi cuisine at the local eateries. Spend the night at the hotel.

Distance- 160 Kms
Duration- 5 Hrs
Highlights- Khardung La, Diskit Monastery, Nubra Valley

The Leh to Nubra Valley drive is a popular tourist route in Ladakh, India. The road trip is
approximately 150 kilometers long and takes around 4-5 hours to complete, depending on the
road conditions and traffic. The journey begins in Leh, the largest town in Ladakh, which is
located at an altitude of 3,500 meters. The road winds its way through the scenic Khardung La
pass, which is one of the highest motorable roads in the world at an altitude of 5,359 meters.
From Khardung La, the road descends into the picturesque Nubra Valley, which is known for its
sand dunes, double-humped Bactrian camels, and ancient monasteries. The valley is located at
an average altitude of 3,048 meters and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. Along the
way, there are several small villages and towns where you can stop for refreshments or to take
in the local culture. Some of the notable attractions in the area include the Diskit Monastery,
which houses a 32-meter-tall statue of Maitreya Buddha, and the Hunder Sand Dunes, where
you can take a camel ride. Overall, the Leh to Nubra Valley drive is a scenic and adventurous
journey that offers a unique glimpse into the rugged beauty of the Himalayan region.


Distance- 332 Kms
Duration- 10 Hrs
Highlights- Turtuk Village
After enjoying a delectable breakfast, set out on a ride towards the charming village of Turtuk.
This village serves as the final frontier in India before entering the Pakistan-controlled Gilgit-
Baltistan, and is one of the main gateways to the Siachen Glacier. Turtuk offers a unique
cultural, linguistic, and historical experience that differs from what you may have encountered
during your Ladakh trip, as it is part of the Gilgit-Baltistan region. The landscape is also
markedly different, with narrow valleys and steep mountains that contrast with the scenery of
Central Ladakh and Nubra. Additionally, Turtuk enjoys a lower altitude than Leh, resulting in
lush green pastures that yield fresh produce such as apricots and apples. Later, return to the
campsite for a hearty dinner and spend the night in comfortable camps at Nubra Valley.


Distance- 278 Kms
Duration- 8 Hrs
Highlights- Pangong Lake

As the morning light starts to filter through, we prepare ourselves for an exciting journey from
Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake, which adds a stunning charm to Leh. En route, we will pass by
the picturesque Shyaok Village, and take in the breathtaking views of the glistening shores of
the world's highest saltwater lake. The tranquil blue hues of the lake will leave you spellbound,
and you'll have ample opportunities to capture some stunning photographs. As the day winds
down, we'll gather around a cozy bonfire to soak in some warmth and make unforgettable
memories. We've arranged for an overnight stay amidst the serene beauty of nature to ensure
that you have a peaceful and rejuvenating experience.

Distance- 227 Kms
Duration- 6 Hrs
Highlights- Chang La

The drive from Pangong Lake to Leh is a popular tourist attraction that offers some of the most
stunning views of the Indian Himalayas. The distance between Pangong Lake and Leh is
approximately 227 km, and the drive usually takes around 5-6 hours, depending on the road
conditions and weather. The drive from Pangong Lake to Leh takes you through high-altitude
mountain passes such as Chang La, which is the third-highest motorable pass in the world, and
offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The route also passes
through several small villages and towns, where you can experience the local culture and
cuisine. The road from Pangong Lake to Leh is well-maintained, but it can be narrow and
winding at times. It is important to drive carefully and follow all traffic rules to ensure a safe
and enjoyable journey. Overall, the drive from Pangong Lake to Leh is a memorable experience
that offers a glimpse of the natural beauty and cultural diversity of the Indian Himalayas.


In the morning, wake up and have breakfast. Following that, return your bike and check out of
the hotel. You can either freely explore the city on your own or catch a flight back to Delhi.

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Terms and Conditions

1. We invite participants from all around the country. We encourage the participants with bikes only. Motorbike Ladakh is a self-drive expedition & is not aimed at providing a taxi or a car with driver. Extremely exceptional cases will be treated with special considerations & will entail extra costs over & above the price specified in this document.

2. All ‘driving’ participants must have a valid Indian driving license or an international driving license valid in India. We may at our discretion accept or reject any application.

3. There will be no refund for any service unveiled.

4. Any Bike can be used for participation. The vehicle must be in good condition mechanically. The condition of the brakes, tires, battery, clutch plates must be in reasonably good condition. The vehicle must have all the required documents that prove it can be legally driven on Indian roads and all permits should be in place. If the owner of the vehicle is not a participant, a letter of authority for use of the vehicle needs to be provided.

5. Safekeeping of the participants’ vehicle, belongings or any personal items would be the sole responsibility of the participant.

6. Vehicle mileage and fueling needs of the vehicle should be taken care by the participant, as extra fuel would not be carried by our team.

7. Our company would not be held responsible for any changes to the itinerary, amendments or exclusions to the expedition plan and will not be liable for any costs or claims arising from the same, if the changes or exclusions have been the direct or indirect result of a natural disasters, accidents, severe weather changes, or govt or military actions. Our crew will go the extra mile in accommodating any such event, to ensure minimum impact to our clients. And as far as reasonably possible, we will look to partially refund in case the expedition is cut short because of such reasons, in the number of activities or the number of days as outlined in this document.

8. The recovery vehicle & the car mechanic support is provided as part of the expedition. Not included in this service, are any costs attributable to vehicle repair which is carried out anywhere else than the place of breakdown, or which cannot be reasonably carried out by our recovery vehicle & mechanic at the time/place of breakdown. For eg. if there is a major incident like the axle breaks. If the mechanic is not able to repair the vehicle, then it will have to be sent to the nearest workshop. Spare parts cost is also not included.

9. The medical equipment’s & personnel support is provided as part of the expedition. Not included in this service are any costs attributable to treatment of sickness/ill-health, which cannot be reasonably treated by our expedition medical professional or using our expedition medical supplies, or which is carried out anywhere else than place of occurrence of ill-health or sickness. Our crew team will go beyond their contractual obligation & will aim to provide extended assistance in taking care of the participant’s vehicle & transporting the participant to a safe place where the participant will get good medical help. Cost arising of such incidents would have to be borne by the participants, with WA having no liability

10. Limitation of Liability: These terms and conditions govern the relation between you, the participant and WA (Wanderers Adventure). You will be bound by these terms and conditions upon joining this expedition. WA responsibility would be limited because of the fact that we liaise with 3rd parties such as hotels, adventure sports companies and other such companies for various arrangements for this expedition.