Biking Tour

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Aptly known as ‘the Land of high Passes’ Ladakh is one of the most unique and enchanting regions of India. This sparsely populated, vast landscape is a dream destination for adventure lovers
worldwide. The Leh Ladakh Bike Trip is an unprecedented chance to experience the
charm of the region. As the expedition is two-week long, we will have ample time
to explore this vast cold desert at a slow and relaxing pace. We will start our
Leh Ladakh Bike Tour Package from Delhi,  and those coming from outside
the city, are required to reach here 24 hours prior to the departure time.

Every biker, irrespective of gender, dreams of going on a Leh Ladakh bike trip once in their lifetime.
While they dream of a flawless journey, the reality does come into contact with a lot of shortcomings. Having understood that bikers are bound to stumble upon a few barriers on a rugged landscape
like that of Leh and Ladakh, we’ve put in our best efforts to collate every information in this
blog that will help them encounter any such difficulties on the way.

The old saying “there’s beauty everywhere, all you have to do is just look around” is true to the core
when it comes to the mesmerizing Leh Ladakh travel. Offering scenic vistas of one of the a trip
to Leh Ladakh India is all about the feel of snow-clad mountains, rugged landscape,
soaring peaks, dangerous routes, and roaring bike engines. In short, going on a
Ladakh bike tour is all about the good vibes and the undying spirit of a rider.

Best Time

The best time to go on a bike trip to Leh Ladakh is from the months of June to September. These months enable the bikers to enjoy the tourist circuits of Ladakh, as much as they enjoy their Lahaul & Spiti trip. However, most of the riders love to kick-start their new year with this crazy bike trip as Ladakh offers magical vistas which can be cherished round the year except for monsoon season.

Duration

Depending on a lot of factors like the route you’ve taken, your entire schedule, and mainly the weather conditions, an ideal duration for a Leh Ladakh bike tour would span over a period of 15 days or more. Also, this duration is apt when one opts for Manali to Leh bike trip from Delhi.

Bike

Talking about the first things first, every biker must give his or her total attention to their first love, which is their bike. One must be very careful and picky when it comes to choosing their Leh Ladakh road trip bike. So whenever you’re choosing a bike for any road trip, make sure you go for suitability more than popularity. Consider it one of the most vital aspects of your Leh Ladakh bike trip plan!

Opting for the kind of bikes that one can easily handle and are easy to maintain, has always proven to be safe, and helpful for the riders for journeys like Leh Ladakh bike trip. Hence, the five best bikes for Leh Ladakh bike trip are:

  • Royal Enfield – Considered to be the best bike for Leh Ladakh trip, it is a powerful bike with an engine of either 350 CC or 500 CC that is enough to be a lifesaver on a Leh Ladakh bullet trip.
     

  • Royal Enfield Himalayan – With a strong engine of 400 CC, Royal Enfield Himalayan will make your ride smooth and hassle-free on any rugged trail and offbeat roads.

    Sample Route
     

Considering Delhi as a base for Leh Ladakh bike trip route, Srinagar to Leh and Manali to Leh are the two main routes that offer the best road conditions and picturesque views. Srinagar to Leh route doesn’t overlap and forms a complete circle from end to end. Leh Ladakh bike trip route from Manali encircles the rugged mountainous landscapes, offers better views, increases the level of difficulty, and the level of danger.

Route 1: Srinagar To Leh And Back

Route Map: Delhi → Jalandhar → Jammu → Srinagar → Kargil
→ Leh → Karu → Sarchu → Manali → Delhi
Distance Covered: Approximately 2,295 kilometres

Route 2: Manali To Leh And Back

Route Map: Delhi → Manali → Sarchu → Leh → Khardung La
→ Nubra Valley → Kargil → Srinagar → Delhi
Distance Covered: Approximately 2,569 kilometres

Route 3: Delhi To Leh And Back

Route Map: Delhi → Manali → Sarchu → Leh → Khardung La
→ Nubra Valley → Kargil → Srinagar → Delhi
Distance Covered: Approximately 2,022 kilometres