Ladakh, meaning land of high passes is a favourite destination of travellers around the world looking for adventure. There is a saying about ladakh; Only the best of our friends and worst of our enemies visit us.
Travel with us on our journey to Ladakh, visiting some of us the highest mountain passes of the world, ride over the highest motorable road of the world, visit alpine lakes such as Pangong Lake, experience double hump camel safari and much more.
- Duration: 6 days
- Transportation: Motorcycle
- Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
- Accomodation: Hotel/Homestay/Camp
Day 1 – Arrival to Leh
- Arrive to Leh and check in to the hotel. Spend the day walking around, explore the market and acclimatise
Day 2 – Leh local sightseeing
- Head out and explore the places near by Leh such as Magnetic Hill, Indus-Zanskar confluence and more
Day 3 – Leh to Nubra via Khardung La
- We’ll experience one of the main attractions of the trip and ride over the highest motorable road in the world Khardung La pass and head to Nubra valley
Day 4 – Nubra to Pangong Lake
- Ride to Pangong Lake on Indo-Tibetian border via Shyok valley
Day 5 – Pangong Lake to Leh
- Ride back to Leh from Pangong Lake via Chang La, the second highest motorable road in the world
Day 6 – Departure From Leh
- Enjoy the breakfast and depart from Leh.
- Bikes: 350CC Royal Enfield for single rider and 500CC Royal Enfield for Double Rider (Depends on package)
- Helmets for rider and pillion
- Accomodation on twin sharing basis for couples and triple sharing basis for others
- Breakfast and Dinner
- Spare parts for bike(Any damage or change of spares should be payable directly)
- First aid kit
- Tour leader and Mechanic
- Backup vehicle
- Riding gear
- Parking fees for bikes and entry fees for museums, monasteries etc
- Fuel for bikes
- Personal expenses like telephone bill, laundry etc
- Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- Cost of any spare part used
- Insurance of any type such as Medical, Travel etc
- Lunch or any other meal not mentioned in inclusions
- Any additional costs incurred due to nature's fury
Some Frequently asked questions about places to visit in Coorg
Question: Can I get different bike?
Answer: Definitely. However there will be extra charges applicable based on which bike you choose.
Question: Can I customise plan?
Answer: You can customise the plan if you’re coming with a group of minimum 10 people.
Question: Will there be backup fuel in case of emergency?
Answer: Yes. We’ll carry backup fuel and it’ll be charged based on usage.
You Should Know
- Please avoid wearing jewellery and other valuable items
- Rain gears are mandatory for all participants.
- The team/Organizers are not responsible for any loss of your valuables
- We do not entertain Alcohol/any kind of Drug during the event
- We strictly follow the "Litter free Atmosphere", do co-operate
- Kindly adhere to the instructions of the Leads in order to enjoy the road trip in a safe manner
We will be following below measures to keep our fellow travelers safe during this pandemic -
- Participants should get masks and sanitizers of their own
- People falling under the age group of below 16 and above 50 are not allowed (having their health as our concern)
- Participants with any symptoms of cough/cold/fever are advised to stay back
- We ensure that the place of stay is well sanitized and safe for travelers
You Should Carry
- Identity proof
- Face Mask
- Trekking shoes – good trekking shoes with a good grip and ankle support. Avoid carrying the sports shoes
- Minimum two layers of warm clothes – two to three layers of jackets including the padded and fleece
- Trek Pants – two to three trek pants are required. Jeans/Denims are not suitable for trekking
- Sunglasses – it is essential because sometimes the humongous amount of snow could lead to snow
- Thermals – top and bottom thermals are important
- Water proof hand gloves – avoid woollen gloves as it might get wet while touching the snow
- Cap – sunrays are quite strong at height so keep a cap to protect yourself
- Socks – keep 3-4 pairs of sports socks with a pair of woollen socks especially for the night time
- LED torch/ Headlamp – it’s a Must
- Ponchos/Raincoats – snowfall and rain are very common at high altitudes and poncho and raincoats could
help in avoiding getting wet. If possible, carry a backpack cover to protect your belongings.
- Toiletries – it is mandatory
- Snacks – like dry fruits, light biscuits, energy bars, etc.
- Medication – personal medication is also required
- Water Bottles – carrying your own good quality water bottle is a must
Please check the travel instructions issued by the state govrenment/local authorities
before booking, as some destinations may have COVID-19 related travel/camping restrictions.