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Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D)

Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D)

Leh, Ladakh, India
4.5 (21)
7D/6N

Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D) Highlights

🛣️ Route: Leh → Leh Local → Nubra → Siachen BC/Turtuk → Pangong → Leh → Departure

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Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D) Overview

Variants For Ladakh Bike Trip 2024

➔ 2 Person Sharing 1 Bike: INR 23000

➔ 1 Person On 1 Bike: INR 28000

➔ Seat In SUV/Tempo Traveler: INR 24000

➔ Own Bike Own Fuel: INR 19000

➔ 5% GST is Extra On the mentioned Prices

 

Available Departures of 2024

➔ April: 13, 20, 27

➔ May: 4, 11, 18, 19, 25, 26, 28, 30

➔ June: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 21, 22, 24, 26, 29, 30

➔ July: 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 29, 30

➔ August: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 14, 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 26, 28, 29, 31

➔ September: 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28

➔ October: 5, 12  

 

About Leh Ladakh Bike Trip

Ladakh- A union territory of India, is a land of natural wonders and full of surprises. You can't compare the views there because as you see one picture, then another one will be surprisingly more beautiful than the previous one. This region is the first adventure and tourist destination of India, which is an equivalent favorite among foreigners and Indians. 
 
Ladakh territory is 18,875 ft high from sea level, where Himalayan winds can touch you easily. It will chill your body as well as your soul. In terms of altitude, it is 2900 Meters to 5900 Meters. The temperature range measured is +26 ℃ to -20 ℃.  Generally, people confuse Leh Ladakh with-" Is Leh and Ladakh Same" or "How is Leh Ladakh Different from each other." Leh is a  district of Ladakh territory and is most significant in terms of area in the country. According to the data, it is the most inhabited region of the world in terms of elevation. Ladakh region is safe for tourism because the people of the place are so innocent, and they like to welcome tourists. As Buddhism influences them, they respect the guests. Apart from its local governance is also useful in terms of tourists as well as in terms of civilians. 
 
There you will find that all the attractions of Ladakh provide you with a natural 360-degree panoramic view. It is just like in one canvas god made a painting with all colors of nature. When you see snow-clad mountains in one direction, then there will be a view of the river with lush green vegetation and wildflowers at the banks of the river will amaze you. Monasteries settled at the heights are just like those made by God only. There is a desert full of moon sand, which is one of the wonders of Ladakh. There are the top highest passes that also go through the land of Ladakh, where everybody has heard about "Khardung La - World's Highest Motorable Pass." Every biker in this world wants to attempt all these highest motorable roads during the Leh Ladakh Bike Trip.
 
Ladakh is the land of lamas, which means the majority of Ladakh's population is Buddhist and influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. There are two kinds of Buddhist philosophy Mahayana and Vajrayana. Beautiful Monasteries and Gompas are gifts to this area where anyone can seek the blessings of Lord Buddha and experience the practices of Buddhism. If some knowledge-seeker wants to know more about Buddhism, then there is a world-known premier institute working as the "Central Institute of Buddhist Study" established in 1959 with the support of the Indian Government. This institute offers primary education to Doctoral studies. It is situated at Choglamsar.       
 
Ladakh is the destination where you can enjoy as much as you want in terms of leisure, adventure, and spirituality. You can do various activities like camping, trekking, desert safari, rock climbing, hiking, Biking, Cycling & Photography. It is the main hot spot for bikers, or you can say that -" A Heaven of Bikers."As the route changes turn by turn adrenaline rushes according to the levels. Every biker in this world makes the Leh Ladakh Bike trip for adventure as well as for leisure. Each turn of the curvy roads with bumps provides a thrill and the view provides relaxation in-between time between strenuous journeys on the route. Still, now it is the dream of many youngsters to Leh Ladakh Bike trip with friends or loved ones or with their soulmate. 
 
Tourist attractions of Ladakh spellbound the visitors. All locations are must-visit locations, but if you miss the Khardung La pass and Pangong Tso Lake, you will lose the main essence of Ladakh. The main tourist attractions are Shanti Stupa, Alchi Monastery, Spituk Gompa, Diskit Gompa, Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Thiksey Monastery, Khardungla  Pass, Pangong Tso Lake, Nubra Valley, Indus and Zanskar River Confluence, White Desert Safari at Hunder. Every single destination has its, specialty which mesmerizes the visitor with its beauty and ambiance. Monasteries and valleys will provide inner peace where high motorable passes like Khardung La thrill you. The turquoise water of Pangong Tso Lake will hypnotize you, whereas a milky white stream of rivers will give you feelings of peace. Apart from all of these, one of the miraculous spots is Magnetic Hill, where your vehicle will start rolling at a particular point without an engine start. It is a mystery for all of the world, but this miracle will amaze you. This is just like a natural magic show for visitors.   
 
The Leh Ladakh Bike Trip is a one-of-a-kind experience that will please your soul! Experience the thrill of riding a bike on the world's highest motorable road - the Khardung La Pass! At 17,582 ft, the Khardung La Pass is the highest motorable road accessible by civilians anywhere in the world! The Chang La pass is another exciting aspect of this magical journey through the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh! Located amidst the majestic Karakoram range and the mighty Himalayan range, Ladakh presents to the world this tremendous touring opportunity that will truly make your holidays special. This is the dream of many riders, and the exciting thing is one who has done this, wants to attempt it again and again. This route is the source of all kinds of thrills that bikers want to feel. When you see the roads from the height, they look like a thread is lying on the ground in a sinusoidal pattern—the vehicles on these roads from the top look like small toy cars or buses.  
     
This biking tour of Ladakh gives you the most exciting adventure opportunity to visit all these wonders, all the while ensuring that you explore the entire valley and take in all its glory! During this biking adventure, you will explore the local Leh market, scouring the streets for souvenirs and a bit of their culture! You will also visit the Shanti Stupa - the sunset point with a stunning vista of the city of Leh! While in Leh, it's only natural that you visit the Magnetic Hill, the Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, and the confluence point of rivers Zanskar and Indus.
 
For this exciting journey, you will be staying in a luxurious hotel in Leh for most nights. Moreover, one of the most exciting aspects of this heart-thumping journey is the camping opportunities it provides. This biking tour of Leh Ladakh takes you to Pangong Lake - the world's highest saltwater lake. You stay in a camp near the lake for a night! Another exciting night of camping under the sky full of stars is on Day 3 when you will be camping in Nubra Valley! It will feel like you have the whole galaxy in front of your eyes and on top of your head. 
 
This exciting biking tour of Ladakh starts at Leh. As you begin the ride, the level of thrill increases point by point. It will take you to the height of adventure and fun. The route will test your patience and skills, but whatever efforts you will do to cover the way the reward of your journey will be double the same. You can take a direct flight from Delhi to Leh, as most flight operators run at least one flight between the two capitals every day.
 
Best Time to Visit Leh Ladakh:
 
April to June and September to October is the best time to enjoy the exotic Leh Ladakh Tour. Weather conditions changed according to the month. At the start of April, snow started melting, so the market, guest houses, and hotels got ready to welcome the tourists. It is the starting time of the tourist season. Monuments are also open to visitors.
 
After June, at the start of the Monsoon, this area has heavy rainfall as a result of it, there are road blockages, and the condition of roads becomes worse for traveling, however, initially, Manali highway road remains in running condition along Rohtang pass. So the monsoon season is not the right time to travel because it is hazardous.
 
As the Monsoon ends, tourist activities start again with a clear sky and picturesque views. The second tourist season remains until October end after this extreme cold covers the whole area. When snowfall starts, life remains at a halt due to heavy snow and minus degree temperature where locals can only survive. It continues until the end of the march. Then again, the tourist season starts at the beginning of April month. 
 
Tips
  • The area is quite sensitive in terms of defense, so whenever it is required to get the permit from the authorities. To visit the inner line area, it is compulsory to have a license.
  • Banking facilities are limited to only Leh and Kargil, so carry an ample amount of cash to avoid a shortage of money. A cashless transaction facility is also limited to managing your money suitably.
  • Ladakh is the most picturesque place, so carrying a camera with good lens quality will help you to capture memorable moments and majestic scenes of exotic Ladakh.
  • The area is seated at the elevation of 18,875 ft, so summers are even colder in comparison to flat areas, so carry suitable woolen clothes with you.
  • Carry a first aid kit with you. It will help you to help others if required and for you also.
  • Most of the area is remotely located, so carry general medicines, and if your physician prescribed any particular medication, then take it also according to requirement.  
  • Acclimatize yourself to avoid any rare chance of mountain sickness.
  • Carry suitable thermal wear clothes to avoid any chance of getting cold. 
Do's & Don'ts
 
Don'ts
  • This area is a politically sensitive zone, so take permission before capturing any photo and also keep an eye on warning signboards regarding photography.
  • As authority is responsible for the governance and security of the area & people so do not misbehave with them.
  • Try to avoid any anti-religious comments and activities to respect the local religion as well as your tour mates.
  • In place of getting a permit from an unknown person, it will be better to get the license from government authorities, which will be quickly provided to you by doing some formalities.
  • The place is known for its natural beauty, so do not indulge in any activity which harms nature.
  • Try to avoid plastic bags as much as possible to conserve the planet and nature. In place of plastic bags, use cloth bags and paper bags. In any extreme condition, if you have used plastics, then dispose of them at the proper place. 
Do's
  • Follow the guidelines provided by the Group Leader/Trip leader/Road Captain to avoid any difficulty on the trip. They will give you instructions based on their experiences, not to dominate you.
  • Follow traffic rules according to the area to avoid any hazards.
  • Respect the locals and their traditions to have harmony between both of you.
  • Respect religious icons and deities because the emotions of locals are strongly connected to these.
  • Since it is a highly security-oriented area in terms of defense so always carry all your identity proofs like Adhar, Voter-Id, Office-Id, etc.
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Itinerary For Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D)

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Day 1 - Arrival in Leh- Rest & Acclimatization

Leh

Overnight Stay At Leh

  • On arrival at Leh, Meet our company representative.
  • After getting briefed about the schedule and upcoming events of the trip, you will be transferred to a hotel/guest house.
  • Dinner
  • Overnight stay at the hotel, Leh. 
2

Day 2 - Leh Local Sightseeing

Leh

Visiting Magnetic Hill, Pathar Sahab Gurudwara And More

  • Get ready for Leh Local sightseeing.
  • Today, you will be visiting Magnetic Hill, Pathar Sahab Gurudwara, Hall of Fame, Monastery, Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, and Sangam Confluence.
  • visit Leh market.
  • Dinner
  • Overnight Stay at Hotel in Leh.
3

Day 3 - Leh to Nubra Valley | (160 Km | 2-3 Hrs | 5,441 M)

Nubra Valley

The Ride Begins From Khardung La Pass

  • After getting ready in the morning,
  • Now the ride begins. Khardung La Pass is located at 17,580 ft. The world's highest motorable road and the dream of every biker to ride on this route. It is a gateway to enter Shyok and Nubra Valley. This road came into existence in 1988 due to the hard work and interest of the government. The Indian Army maintains it. There you can find Caffe and Medical services handled and maintained by the Indian Army.  
  • As we make our way to the desert town of Hundar, the ride will get steeper. Upon reaching, soak in the beautiful sight of the white dunes and have the views prettier. The sand looks like moon sand due to its white color. It will be an experience of a lifetime riding the exotic Bactrian Camel or the double-humped camel, found in the cold desert.
  • The Hunder desert lies on the Silk Route. An ancient route that was used by traders hundreds of years ago to import and export goods from one country to another. So riding on the camels on this route will take you to the ancient era for a while.   We will also visit the Diskit Gompa or Diskit Monastery in the evening - the largest and oldest monastery of the Nubra Valley.
  • The Diskit Gompa came into existence in the 14th century by Changzem Tserab Zangpo. This belongs to Gelugpa, one of the sects of Tibetan Buddhism. It is the largest, as well as the oldest monastery of the Nubra Valley. It attracts visitors and pilgrims by its purity and ambiance. The best place to find inner peace inside you and to know about Lord Buddha.
  • We will be staying in the Nubra Valley Camp/Hotel for the night!
4

Day 4 - Nubra to Siachen Base Camp/Turtuk Village to Nubra | (163 Km | 4-5 Hrs | 3,001 M)

Nubra Valley

Way To Siachen Base Camp

  • Breakfast.
  • Wake up and get ready to leave for Siachen Base Camp. It is located in the Nubra Valley of the Ladakh region.
  • Once you reach Nubra valley, you will cross and drive through Panamik and Warshi villages to reach the Base camp.
  • Enjoy the enthralling experience by staying in the Swiss camp/Hotel at Nubra Valley.
  • Dinner
  • Overnight Stay in Nubra Valley!
5

Day 5 - Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso | (150 Km | 3-4 Hrs | 4,349 M)

Pangong Lake

Way To The Lakeside Campsite

  • Wake up at the campsite to an enchanting Himalayan sunrise and a refreshing breakfast. Enjoy the views of Nubra Valley and its surroundings.
  • After this, we start on the route to the Pangong Tso, which takes you through the quaint villages of Thiksey and Shey, via the Chemrey and Shakti Valleys. Revel in the peace and serenity permeating the air around the lake and explore the areas around it! 
  • Pangong Tso Lake is a 134 km long lake extending from India to China. This lake's specialty is changing its color according to the level of daylight; however, this is not a miracle. It is just due to reflection, which will leave you in awe. 
  • Afterward, we will make our way to the lakeside campsite, where we will be staying for the night. Spending a night at the campground will be of a lifetime memorable experience. Stargazing at the camp with child winds will be another kind of experience. 
  • Dinner!
  • Overnight stay at Pangong Tso region!
6

Day 6 - Pangong Lake back to Leh | (160 Km | 5-6 Hrs | 4,522 M)

Leh

Visit The Thiksey Gompa The Shey Gompa And Palace

  • This morning, we started the picturesque drive back to Leh after a delicious, hot breakfast at the campsite.
  • We will follow the same route as before and negotiate the Chang La Pass. This is considered the third highest motorable road in the world. You will access this pass via Kharu and Sakti village during the course. Same as Khardung La Pass, it will also test your skills and persistence. It is a steep climb road that requires careful driving, but again it gives you the thrill that you never expected before.   
  • This time, we will stop by peaceful and beautiful villages along the way to visit the Thiksey Gompa and the Shey Gompa and Palace. The Shey Palace ruins situated at Shey village, built near Shey Village, are known for the copper statue of Shakyamuni Buddha. This name is due to the belief that Lord Buddha was the muni of the Shakya people who lived in the Himalayan foothills and civilized at Kapilvastu. Another monastery is Thiksey Gompa, which is rooted in the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It is situated in Thiksey village. It is known for its resemblance to the world-known Potala Palace, Lhasa, Tibet. It is a twelve-story building and a beautiful example of Tibetan architectural design. It amazes all visitors with its looks and ambiance. The whole building is decorated with beautiful Buddhist art, which shows the richness of Tibetan Art.   
  • The monasteries instill in you a deep sense of calm and serenity, and the Palace has a grand look reflecting from every corner! Make the most of your last day of biking on this memorable bike tour of Leh Ladakh.
  • Upon reaching, head back to the hotel to retire for the night. Remove the stress of riding by chit-chatting with your tripmates. All members will remember it as a lifetime memorable experience.
  • In case Pangong Tso is closed then we shall ride back to Leh and do the day excursion to Pangong Tso on the next day in an SUV/tempo traveler)
  • Dinner
  • Overnight stay in Leh!
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Day 7 - Departure from Leh

Leh

TIme To Say Goodbye With Amazing Memories

  • Wake up for a delicious breakfast and prepare to check out. 
  • Check out as your journey with us concludes here. But it does not end here. The memory of this journey will continue with you forever.
  • Get transferred on your own for the ongoing journey from Leh Airport. 
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Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D) Reviews

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Divina

Excellent

Ladakh was the dream destination that I wanted to go and that too for a Solo trip, But my parents were not in favor of my solo trip, then I finally convinced them and started to search for packages and then I checked various tour packages offered by Banbanjara and then I opted for one of them and for my parent's satisfaction. and it was a great trip for me.

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Vinayak

Excellent

Best adventure ever. Also made a lot of new friends while on this trip and learnt a lot about the place as well. Great accommodation, food and transportation. The fuel comes with the package as well which was a great thing for us. Everything was also well organized for us. Best trip ever.

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Suresh

Excellent

It was a great bike trip for all of us. We were 12 members in our group and had the greatest adventure while exploring the amazing beauty of this region. It was our dream to explore Ladakh and it came true. We also had an amazing guide throughout the tour. The food and accommodation were great as well. Loved it.

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Amish

Excellent

It was indeed a fun ride. I had a great time. I wish to take more such trips often. But take this only if you are a biker or passionate about biking. My friend and I took this and we enjoyed it a lot. The trip was very well organized. Visited Pangong Lake and Nubra valley and I was amazed to see desert in Ladakh. We came with lot of memories and photographs.

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Kiran

Excellent

This is the most precious bike trip that I have taken in my lifetime. Once we reached Leh we got introduced to the fellow bikers and followed by the briefing session. We also spent one day in Leh and saw some of the most beautiful monasteries and markets. this is lifetime memorable movement.

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Navjot

Excellent

I had the best biking experience ever on this trip. It was so brilliant. The drive-through was mind-boggling. I loved it totally. If you are a biker, then it is a sin, if you have not taken a Ladakh bike trip. Visited almost all the famous places of Leh. Once you must visit this tri

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Abhishek

Excellent

A beautifully organized trip to a beautiful place. The whole tour was thrilling and adventurous. The local support won my heart, especially our team leader and host. Amazed by the experience and I would definitely like to go on another trip through Banbanjara....

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Anuja

Excellent

While the bike ride was fun, one must admit that it was indeed very tedious. I wish I had taken a partner along. That was a convenient option to do. That being said, the trip was overall a nice and fun😃 experience. I had a great time. I enjoyed the bike😉 tour so much.

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Giriraaj

Excellent

It was sheer and absolute fun. I wish I could take more such biking expeditions. It was not that costly too. It was quite cheap and affordable. Also, we covered some of the best bikable roads ever. The fun of being on the road is unexplainable.😊😊😊

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simon

Excellent

One of the best experiences I ever had. Staff members were too good, helpful, and fun at the same time. The weather was splendid, and stays offered by Wanderon were good and good too good.

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Leh Ladakh Bike Trip (6N/7D) FAQs

What is the network and internet connectivity like during this biking tour of Ladakh?

You will get network and internet connectivity until Leh. Beyond that, the network becomes pretty unreliable, and at some points during this biking tour of Ladakh, there is no connection whatsoever. You should inform anxious relatives beforehand.

Can we customize a trek?

Definitely! You are welcome to chalk out an independent plan at your convenient time frame for any number of people. The cost for a private trip is fixed based on the group size, tour area, duration, and tour style.

What is the best time to undertake this biking tour to Ladakh?

The summer season is generally considered to be the best time to visit the Leh Ladakh region. With the rare and exotic alpine flora in full bloom and the valleys bursting with colors, it is a slight to behold. Late April is when the Pangong Lake starts unfreezing, however the Khardung La Pass and the Chang La pass open only halfway through May!

Can I smoke or consume alcohol during the Leh Ladakh Biking Tour?

Alcohol and smoking are strictly prohibited during this Leh Ladakh Biking Tour. Anyone found indulging in either will be expelled immediately without a refund. The locals believe the place to be sacred and get offended if they observe anyone drinking or smoking.

What medicines should I carry for a high-altitude tour like the Leh Ladakh Biking?

All tourists are required to carry a medical kit for the Leh Ladakh Biking Tour. The medical equipment should contain essential medicines like Crocin, Diamox, Avomine, Avil, Disprin, Combiflam, Norflox, and Digene besides medical essentials like a crepe bandage, cotton, antiseptic liquid-like Dettol, band-aid, gauze and ORS packets. Besides these, all tourists must carry any medicines prescribed to them personally by their physicians.

How to reach Ladakh?

You can reach Ladakh in three ways by train, by air, and by road.
 
By Road: through this way you can reach from two sides. There are government and private buses available from Manali and Srinagar. Where it takes two days from Manali night stay at Keylong, through Srinagar, you will go through Zoji La Pass, and from Manali, you will go through Rohtang Pass.
 
By Train: The nearest railway station is Tawi, where the difference between Ladakh and Tawi is 700 km. This station is connected with all major stations like Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and other cities. From the railway station, you can take public transport as well as you can hire a private taxi cab.
 
By Air: The nearest airport is Leh Airport. It is handled and maintained under the surveillance of the Indian Army. So if you are going by air then carry all the essential documents to show at the airport.

Which is the best way to reach Leh Ladakh?

The best way to reach Leh Ladakh is by air because, by road and train, it consumes time. In the comparison of other mediums through the air, you will reach the same day. The best way to reach without wasting time is, catch a flight from Delhi to Leh.

What kind of accommodation facilities available at Ladakh?

There is various kind of hotels, guest house, and homestays available at Ladakh from budget to expensive. The choice depends upon your budget. You will find that all are decorated with Tibetan art. You can also enjoy camping in some regions of Ladakh.

Is camping is allowed in Ladakh?

There are some points where camping is allowed by authority. Ladakh is essential in terms of security so that you can camp at only allowed places like Pangong Tso Lake, Nubra Valley, etc.

At which point I can enjoy camping at Ladakh?

The allowed camping sites by authorities are Pangong Tso Lake, Tsomoriri Lake, Nubra Valley, Thiksey Village, Beam Lasting Dha Beema Mohalla.

Can I hire a private taxi cab at Leh?

Yes, you can easily hire a private cab there. There is various kind of taxi service provider in Leh. You can hire a vehicle according to your requirements. If you want to visit in a group, there are tempo travelers also available. Cost depends upon the tourist season and weather conditions. 

How are the taxi services of Leh?

Taxi services are very good at Leh. You can choose the vehicle for the trip according to your choice and requirement.

Are ATMs available in Ladakh?

ATM facility in Ladakh available at Leh only and some you will find at Kargil. So it is advised that you carry an ample amount of cash if you are going far from Leh to visit other parts of Ladakh. 

What items should I carry while visiting Ladakh?

As you know that Ladakh is situated at 18,875 ft above from the sea level, so weather conditions are dynamic. In summers, Ladakh is even coldest in comparison to flat areas. So you must carry woolen clothes, woolen socks, good quality shoes, sunscreen lotion, UV protected sunglasses, good quality backpack, general medicine, particular medicine if prescribed by your physician.

What are the medical facilities available at Leh?

Leh is the main center of Ladakh, so there are medical facilities available.SNM hospital is the main hospital at Leh, where the staff is well equipped to handle all kinds of medical problems. There are district-level hospitals and dispensaries are also available. 

How many minimum days required to explore Ladakh?

Ladakh is full of surprises and wonders. All sites are picturesque, which spellbound the visitors. Whatever time you will spend there, you feel the time is short to visit this designed landscape by God. However, you should spend at least seven days at Ladakh.

How to plan Ladakh bike trip?

Ladakh bike trip is a dream trip for every trip lover. This can be done solo, with a group or with a soul mate. You have to manage your holiday and budget. As banbanajar.com, we offer you to customize as well as pre-defined Ladakh bike trip packages.

Ladakh bike tour packages from manali?

There are two types of packages for Ladakh bike trip one is from Leh to Leh and another is from Manali to Manali. The banbanjara.com offers you both at a reasonable price.

Best time to do Ladakh bike trip?

April to June and September to October will be the best time to make a Ladakh bike trip due to excellent weather conditions.

Can I go with my soulmate on the Ladakh bike trip?

Yes, you can go with your soulmate on the Ladakh bike trip. It will be a memorable journey for both of you. However, carry the necessary items required for the ride.

Can I do Ladakh bike trip in a group?

Yes, generally, all the bike trip lovers used to make Ladakh bike trip in a group. It will be a more enjoyable trip when you ride in a group, and it will also be important in terms of safety & any emergency.

Is it possible to go on a Ladakh bike trip in December?

December month is so tight for the Ladakh bike trip due to extreme cold, and all the area is covered with snow so that it will be risky. In December, you can go to the Chadar Trek at Ladakh in the place of a bike trip.

Will it be good to do a Ladakh bike trip in October?

Yes, it will be the best time to make the trip as the weather remains in excellent condition with all favorable conditions for riding.

What are the basic requirements for the Ladakh bike trip?

For the Ladakh biking trip, basic requirements are riding gears, permits, and pre-booked accommodation. Apart from it, you can check the list of things to carry and tour the page of the Ladakh bike trip at banbanjara.com for your information. 

Is the Ladakh bike trip is possible with a pillion?

Yes, you can make the trip with a pillion, but the condition is you have to take care of the weight of Luggage.

How to do a Ladakh bike trip via Srinagar?

To make the Ladakh bike trip via Srinagar first, you have to reach Srinagar. The best way to reach there is by air it will save time. Then from there, hire a private tourist cab or take public transport to reach Leh because packages are available from Leh to Leh. If you are coming with your bike, then in two ways, you can reach Ladakh via Manali or Srinagar.

What about the Ladakh bike trip map?

The map depends upon the way you have chosen either via Manali to Manali or Leh to Leh. 

Will it be good to do Ladakh bike trip with Royal Enfield Bike?

Royal Enfield is a big brand of manufacturing bikes, and it is famous for years. The specialty of the bike is solid metal and made for all kinds of terrains, either it is highway or offroading. Many riders have used this bike on the Ladakh trip, and their experiences are good. It provides you stability as well as power on the road. In terms of carrying luggage, it performs very well. 

Can I do Ladakh bike trip solo from Leh to Leh?

Yes, of course, you can do it solo. It will be the best way to know yourself and to test your riding skills. However, it is advised that if you are going solo and do not have prior experience, then it will be better to attach with a group there. It will be better in terms of security and for any emergency conditions.

Is Ladakh bike trip safe for couples from Leh to Leh?

In terms of security and safety, Ladakh is a safe area. The condition is you both have to wear required riding gear during the ride and drive with precautions because no-body knows what may happen as the roads are a little bit risky due to the hilly area. It is advised that you, as a couple, can go on the ride but ride in a couples group, which will be the best option. 

Confirmation Policy

  • Upon booking, the traveller will receive a confirmation voucher via email, within 24 hours.
  • In the special cases of slots not being available, feasible alternatives will be provided to the customer, in regards to the customer’s preference. In such cases, a new voucher would be sent via email, consisting of the new travel details.
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Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellation made 30 days prior to the date of departure, would levy 20% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made 15-30 days prior to the date of departure, would levy 30% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made 7-15 days prior to the date of departure, would levy 50% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made 0-7 days prior to the date of departure, would levy 100% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Due to any restrictions such as sudden government policies or regulations, or unprecedented weather conditions, activities and tours may be nonoperational and be cancelled.
  • In cases such as these, operators will attempt to cater to the traveller an alternative that is feasible in nature. However, any refund would not be catered.
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Refund Policy

  • Any refund applicable will be processed within 7 business days.
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Advisory

  • Carry minimum weight with necessary items
  • Do not litter to maintain the dignity of tourist places
  • The trek package has several variations - depending upon the number of riders on a  bike. Please convey your choice to us beforehand to avoid any miscommunication. 
  • Alcohol and smoking are not allowed.
  • Taking Drugs or any intoxicant during the trip is strictly prohibited if found with such things the deal will be canceled without any refund. 
  • The decision of the tour leader will be final and binding.
  • To avoid any mishappening stick with the rules explained by the Tour Leader.  
  • Delays may occur due to weather conditions, so at some point, if the same happens, then please cooperate with the team leader and team.
  • During the route, stick with the team and do not try to take your way. It may lead you to any difficulty due to the remote area.
  • Any person with health conditions like Asthma etc. is advised not to go for this expedition. However, if they so decide, it is at their own risk. 
  • Please take care of your baggage. 
  • Consult a physician before embarking on the trip. 
  • In case Pangong Tso is closed then we shall ride back to Leh and do the day excursion to Pangong Tso on the next day in SUV/tempo traveler.
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