Manali Ladakh Srinagar Bike Trip

Tour Highlights

About Manali Leh Ladakh Srinagar Bike Trip:

This circuit features some of the world’s highest motorable passes with the spectacular beauty of snow-capped mountains, Lakes, rivers on their side while covering these breathtaking destinations, Solang valley, Gata Loops, Zojila pass, Kargil, Magnetic hill, Confluence of Indus and Zanskar river, Dal lake and many more waiting on the way! Admired for its unparalleled scenic views, pristine icy lakes and swirling roads, This circuit 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.

  • Manali: Hadimba Temple -Tibetan Monastery-Vashisht Hot Spring-Mall Road-Solang Valley-Attal Tannel.
  • Jispa:Jispa Monastery & Jispa Village
  • Leh & Shey:Shey Palace-Thiksey Moneastry-Magnetic Hill-Leh Market-Shanti Stupa
  • Khardungla Pass: Highest motorable road in the world at the height of 5602mtrs / 18,390 ft.
  • Nubra Valley: Sand Dunes-Double Hump Camel.
  • Pangong: Pangong Lake
  • Kashmir: Zojila Pass - Sonmarg - Srinagar - Dal Lake – Mughal Garden – Shankaracharya temple

Tour at a glance

  Day-1: Delhi – Manali by Overnight Volvo Bus.

  Day-2: In Manali Local Sightseeing.

  Day-3: Manali – Jispa (140 Kms / Approx 6 hrs).

  Day-4: Jispa – Leh (335 Kms / Approx 12 hrs)

  Day-5: Leh Palace – Shey Palace -Thickey Moneastry - Stanti Stupa.

  Day-6: Leh – Nubra Valley Over Khardungla Pass 5600m, 18380 Ft. (150 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

  Day-7: Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake (150 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

  Day-8: Pangong Lake – Leh (150 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

  Day-9: Leh – Magnetic Hill - Confluence of Indus and Zanskar Rivers - Lamayuru Monastery - Kargil (220 Kms / Approx 5-6 hrs)

  Day-10: Kargil - Zojila Pass - Sonmarg – Srinagar (200 Kms / Approx 5-6 hrs)

  Day-11: In Srinagar Sightseeing

  Day-12: Srinagar Airport drop


 Day 01/ Delhi – Manali by Overnight Volvo Bus (570Kms / Approx 14 hrs)

Meet Delhi ISBT and board your bus to Manali. Enjoy your overnight travel by a/c Sami sleeper Volvo Bus.

 Day 02/ In Manali Local Sightseeing

In the Morning, you will reach Manali & transfer to you hotel.
Afternoon Manali sightseeing visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Club House, Tibetan Monastery and Vashisht Village, Van Vihar. In evening free to stroll on Mall Road. Overnight stay at Manali.

 Day 03/ Manali – Jispa (140 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

Morning after breakfast drive from Manali to Jispa, a name that only a few would know of. It is a quiet little village located on the Manali Leh route and mostly acts as a stopover for people traveling to Ladakh. In and around Jispa Village are some of the best views that you can get on the Leh highway as well as in the Lahaul Valley. Overnight stay at Jispa

 Day 04/ Jispa – Leh (335 Kms / Approx 12 hrs)

Early morning after breakfast drive from Jispa to Leh, is in the Indus river valley, at a crossroads of the old trading routes from Xinjiang, Tibet and Kashmir. There is a pass that links it directly to Khotan. The city's importance as a trading town slowed down with the partition of British India, and ended with the closure of the border in 1962 during the Sino-Indian war. Since opening to tourists in 1974, it has become a bustling tourist town, with many Kashmiri traders. Since 2000, Indian tourists have been visiting Ladakh, with a dramatic increase in 2010 after the film Three Idiots. Overnight stay at Leh.

 Day 05/ Leh Palace – Shey Palace -Thickey Moneastry - Stanti Stupa:

Shey Palace: Was built by Deldan Namgyal in the beginning of 17th century AD. The main image inn the monastery is three story statue of Buddha Shakamuni, made of copper gilt which was made by Deldan Namgyal in the memory of his father Singay Namgyal. The statue is the only of its kind in the region.
Thiksey Monastery: The most beautifully in all the monasteries in Ladakh, belongs to the Gelukspa order.

Shanti Stupa:The next destination is the white-domed chorten known as Shanti Stupa Japanese monks at the summit of a rocky peak constructed the monument and it is the best place in Leh for sunset. From here, you can contemplate magnificent views of the whole of city and the surrounding villages. After sunset, go back down to the city centre and spend some time in the Main Bazar, a bustling market where women in traditional Ladakhi dress sell fruits and vegetable Overnight stay at Leh.

 Day 06/ Leh – Nubra Valley Over Khardungla Pass 5600m, 18380 Ft. (150 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

Today we proceed to Nubra valley is a part of the old Silk Road to Central Asia. The valley connected eastern Tibet with Turkistan through the Karakoram Pass. Nubra valley is known for its centuries-old gompas, hot sulphur springs, high-altitude sand dunes, double-humped Bactrian camels and a unique amalgamation of mountains, rivers and deserts. The Karakoram mountain range and the valley combine to create a fantastic desert landscape and fertile fields. Nubra is known as Ldumra, meaning “valley of flowers” in Ladakhi language. Nubra is also the gateway to Siachen glacier, the highest and coldest battlefield in the world at an altitude of almost 6,000 metres where the temperature falls below minus 60 degrees in the winter. Tourists need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to enter Nubra valley. Overnight stay at Nubra Valley.

 Day 07/ Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake (150 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

Morning after early breakfast drive from Nubra Valley to Pangong via Shayok. Pangong Lake, one of the most famous lakes in Leh Ladakh, derives its name from the Tibetan word, “Pangong Tso”, which means “high grassland lake”. You could spend some time here in contemplation here, and still not have enough of its beauty. Pangong Lake is also known to change colors, appearing blue, green and red at different times. Overnight stay at Pangong.

 Day 08/ Pangong Lake – Leh (150 Kms / Approx 6 hrs)

Morning after early breakfast drive from Pangong Lake to Leh. Upon arrival at Leh check in hotel. Evening free for your own to explore local market. Overnight stay at Leh.

 Day 09/ Leh – Magnetic Hill - Confluence of Indus and Zanskar Rivers - Lamayuru Monastery - Kargil (220 Kms / Approx 5-6 hrs)

Morning after breakfast drive from Leh to Kargil which is in Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir of India.

Magnetic Hill: A half-an-hour drive from Leh brings you to the strange Magnetic Hill where you can see the car with engine turned off and in neutral starting moving uphill against gravity, To understand what’s really going on, don’t forget to bring a spirit level. A few kilometres further on the Leh-Srinagar highway, you arrive at the famous photo spot of Sangam, the confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers.

Lamayuru Monastery: Lamayuru or Yuru Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Lamayouro, Leh district, Ladakh, India. It is situated on the Srinagar-Leh highway 15 kilometres east of the Fotu La at a height of 3,510 metres.

It is an important transit hub of Ladakh with roads leading from here to Leh-Srinagar and Padum in Zanskar. The unofficial capital of Muslim Ladakh and capital of the Kargil district. It is still a small town while interesting in many ways due to its historic position on the caravan routes nothing of this is visible to the casual visitor. It is notorious with travellers as a necessary stop between Central Ladakh, Zangskar and Kashmir. It is now famous due to the Kargil Conflict when the town and surrounding areas was shelled by Pakistani based militants. Overnight stay at Kargil.

 Day 10/ Kargil - Zojila Pass - Sonmarg – Srinagar (200 Kms / Approx 5-6 hrs)

Morning after breakfast drive from Leh to Srinagar the capital city of Jammu & Kashmir is situated at an altitude of 1,730 mts. In the heart of the Kashmir valley. Srinagar spreads out on both sides of the Jhelum River. The valley's beauty has enticed visitors from distant lands. Srinagar bears the hallmark of the Mughal, dry fruits and the traditional Kashmiri handicrafts are the other major attractions of the city. Overnight stay at Srinagar.

 Day 11/ In Srinagar Sightseeing

Morning after breakfast proceed to visit Shalimar Garden known as ‘Garden of love’ built in 16th century (1619) by Mughal Kin King Jahangir for his beloved wife Noor Jahan or (Mehr-un-Nissa). The garden is considered the high point of MuMughal horticulture. It is now a public park. This time it's also called as crown of Srinagar.Nishat Garden known as ‘Garden of of pleasure’ built in 16th century (1633) by Mughal King Asif Khan. Nishat Bagh is a terraced Mughal garden built on the eastern side of the Dal Lake,. It is the second largest Mughal garden in the Kashmir Valley. The largest in size is the Shalimar BagBagh, which is also located on the bank of the Dal Lake. ‘Nishat Bagh’ is Urdu, which means "Garden of Joy," "Garden of Glagladness" and "Garden of Delight. Overnight stay at Srinagar.

 Day 12/ Srinagar Airport drop

Morning after breakfast departure transfer from hotel to Srinagar airport drop for your onward journey.

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Important Places to Visit In This Tour

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Manali Mall Road
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Sundar Nagar
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Hidimba Temple
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Solan Valley
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Leh Market
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Leh Palace
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Tsemo Gompa
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Shanti Stupa
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Magnetic Hills
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Confluence of Indus and Zanskar Rivers
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Basgo Monastery
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Alchi Monastery
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Gurdwara Pathar Sahib
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Spituk Monastery
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Khardungla Pass
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Diksit Monastery
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Hunder Sand Dunes
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Nubra Valley
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Shyok River
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Pangong Lake
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Chang La Pass
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Hemis Monastery
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Thiksey Monastery
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Turtuk Viillage
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Dal Lake Kashmir
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Zojila Pass
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Mughal Garden
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Shankaracharya Temple
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Jispa Monestary

Package Tour Price

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11 Nights & 12 Days | Pickup - Manali & Drop: Srinagar
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Thrill Himalaya Recomended:

  • Enjoy Thukpa, traditional Ladakhi cuisine at The Tibetan Kitchen restaurant
  • Hangout at Lala's Art Café for a tall glass of Italian coffee
  • River rafting at the world’s highest river-rafting point, Sangam
  • Ride the remarkable double-humped (Bactrian) camels found exclusively at Nubra valley
  • Feast on delicious noodles at the Khardungla-pass
  • Shop souvenirs for friends and family at the Leh Market

Package Includes:

  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Royal Enfield Himalaya Motor Bike / Royal Enfield Himalaya 500 CC
  • 10 Nights Accommodation in hotels, camps, and Guest Houses.
  • 10 Breakfast & 10 Dinners
  • Helmets for driver & pillion (used helmets).
  • Environmental green fees and other related permits, Road Tax and Pollution certificates.
  • 1 Bonfire and music nights during the tour.
  • Galleons to carry extra fuel and back.
  • Unforgettable memory and friends for life.
  • Team captain to be provided for group of 10 riders
  • Backup vehicle to be provided for the group of 10 riders.
  • An oxygen Cylinder to be provided for the group of 10 riders.
  • Pick up and drop Volvo Bus Stand Manali.

Package Excludes:

  • All personal expenses, meals those not available in the itinerary, and anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Volvo transfer from Delhi to Manali.
  • Motorbike Fuel for the complete trip.
  • Entry fees to the sightseeing spots, camera fees, and cost of all other optional activities (subjected to choice of package) like camel ride.
  • Any kind of cost for any extra spare parts used during the tour due to rough riding, or accidental damage incurred when the motorbike is in rider’s possession.
  • REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT OF INR 10,000/- PER BIKE (If any, damages in bike. Damage cost shall be deducted from refundable security deposit of INR 10,000/-).
  • Any entrance fee to the monastery and monuments.
  • Travel Insurance if any.
  • Cost incurred to transfer or tow the motorbike back to Manali in case of breakdown / dropping off the Bike on the way.
  • Room Heater to be provided on extra cost.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc.(to be borne directly by customer on the spot)
  • GST 5% Extra

Guidelines for Bikers:

  • Bike is the responsibility of the traveler. A traveler joining the expedition takes full responsibility to keep the bike safe and Sound. Please understand in a motorcycle expedition the situation at times are not under the control of traveler and are affected by multiple external factors. In any case a bike is
  • Damaged while riding, the traveler is responsible for the same. Please read the following guidelines for motorcycle damage:
  • In case the bike is damaged to such an extent that it becomes expensive to repair the bike. The expenses of the repairs will have to be transferred to the riders and riders shall have to pay the amount to settle the damage. The list of categories of damages will be handed over to the riders during the tour briefing.
  • In case the Bike becomes totally non repairable, which means the bike has suffered huge damage and not in a state to recovered to use it further, the amount discussed upon further discussion have to be borne by the traveler.
  • Any cost of Medical Expenses such as Transfer to satellite town due to Medical Emergencies will have to be covered by the traveler. Also in case of any additional medical services plus an additional service to carry out the medical service is required the cost have to be borne by the traveler.
  • The tour is an adventure tour and the travelers have to adhere to the rules and regulations – During the expedition any behavior which might result in delay, non-completion of the tour will result in termination of the traveler.
  • The motorcycle included in the itinerary is a machine and can breakdown any time during the tour. The Mechanic responsibility is to repair the Motorcycle. The repair at times goes beyond the capacity of mechanic and can take longer than expected.
  • The tour is specifically an adventure tour and not a luxury vacation. Though we promise to keep everything hygienic and luxury cannot be promised at our ends.
  • The food provided to you is veg during Tour. The meals are designed to provide you with enough nutrition for the tour. Hygiene is a priority and will not be compromised with, however the taste is subjective. Please also note that there may be times you are provided with Rice in two meals simultaneously. Bear with it. It is because of the arduous conditions and not because of our in capabilities
  • Thank you & wishing you happy holidays with The Thrill Himalaya.

Safety Gears as per the demand of Riders with Extra Cost :

  • Riding Gears are Mandatory for bike riders. (Compulsory for both Rider and pillion Rider).
  • Rain Coat / Riding Jacket
  • Knee Pads and Elbow guards
  • Boots and Boots Cover / Gum Boots

Booking Procedure:

  • 50% of the booking amounts need to be paid in advance. Booking will be confirmed only after receiving the advance money.
  • You can transfer advance amount and inform us transaction details through email or call to your personal executive and we initiate booking.
  • You will be updated with booking status and will be sending Package voucher once booking is completed.
  • Pick up details will be sent to you through SMS one day prior to your date of arrival.

Cancellation Policy:

  • In case of cancellation for group from organizer side, due to any unavoidable circumstances, we will try to transfer the booking in other group departure (if client deny opting for transfer of booking to other group then there will be no refund). Else, we will refund 100% amount deposited.
  • In case of cancellation from client side, after the registration at any point of time, then in that case there will be no refund.

Documents Required:

  • Itinerary Printout (at least 2)
  • Two passport size photographs copy of passport and visa, copy of international drivers permit (For foreign National)
  • At least 4 Copies of Photo ID proof for all members. (Pan Card is not Valid ID proof)
  • Valid driving Licence in case you are driving / riding. (Pillion rider don’t need it)

Accessories Need to Carry:

  • Mobile phone. BSNL number if possible. Otherwise Airtel /JIO Prepaid connections also work most places. BSNL work in most of the terrains.
  • Camera (Your choice)
  • Mobile Charger & Power bank
  • Sunglasses – Recommended. Both for safety and style
  • Recommended for remote areas – Small water bottle, say 500 ml.


  • Tooth Brush & Paste
  • Toilet Soap/ Hand sanitizer.
  • Tissue papers and hand towel.
  • Face wash and Deodorant
  • Moisturizing Cream and Talc powder.(Must for Bike Riders)
  • Sunscreen recommended.
  • Lip Guard (very much needed)

Clothing Kit :

  • Backpack Allowed Only (Suitcase or Trolley Bags are not allowed)
  • 1 Towel. 4 – 6 Pairs of socks (woollen)
  • 1 pair of flip flops. At least two light jackets. Warm head cover, ear covers & Forehead covers (To avoid getting AMS in high altitude due to cold winds). 2 heavy woolen jacket. Woollen hand gloves. At least 1-2 pairs of thermal – Most useful thing. This way your bag comes down to half its size.
  • Rain coat – A Must thing. Even if it’s not raining it will save you from cold winds, mud and water on roads.
  • 2-3 Jeans / Track pants (If you want more comfort) and 3 to 4 T shirt.

Terms & Conditions :

  • Above rates are calculated on the basis of hotels mentioned.
  • Thrill Himalaya Tour and Travels does not have any HIDDEN charges.
  • During the journey if someone asks for extra money, Please inform us and we will not be responsible if you pay the amount without our concern.
  • Booking will be confirmed only after receiving the advance payment.
  • In case of non-availability of rooms in the mentioned hotels, this will be communicated to you and we will provide other options.
  • In case you are not convinced with the new options, advance paid will be refunded to you without deducting any service charge and this need to be communicated to us in one day’s time after receiving the new hotels.
  • There will not be any change in the hotels mentioned without your concern.
  • Meals those included in the package will be served at the hotel or at any other our tied-up restaurants.
  • Hotels for each category are selected as per the budget and through our feedback system.
  • We suggest you to check reviews and location of hotels mentioned to make sure it is as per your preferences before confirming the package.
  • Any extra breakfast for kids which is not mentioned has to be paid directly by guest as per the hotel policy.
  • Star category hotels are not available in certain places. However, we provide the best possible option as per your tour category.
  • The dedicated vehicle provided to you is only to serve you the itinerary. It is not at your disposal.
  • Thrill Himalaya Tour and Travels has the right to upgrade any hotel room type or vehicle type without charging extra amount from the guest. However, we never downgrade the same.
  • The Thrill Himalaya Tour and Travels is not responsible for acts of God or force major events, sanitation problems, lack of medical care, , weather conditions, strikes and other labor activities, acts of terrorism, acts of war (declared or undeclared), quarantines, embargoes, blockades, criminal activities or any other act or event beyond the direct control of The Thrill Himalaya Tour and Travels.
  • Thank you & wishing you happy holidays with The Thrill Himalaya Tour and Travels.

Reviews on this Tour

Our guests from #Gujarat speaking about the Thrill Himalaya. They travel Leh Ladakh with us from 30th of June to 10th July 2022.
Our guest from #Delhi speaking about The Thrill Himalaya. They travel Leh Ladakh with us from 23rd of September to 30th of September 2021.
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