Leh Ladakh Bike Trip Package: Cost & itinerary


The Leh Ladakh Bike Trip is a journey through the beautiful and picturesque landscape of Ladakh. It offers a chance to explore the region’s rich cultural heritage, as well as its natural beauty. This guide will help you plan your trip better. The trip starts with a visit to Magnetic Hill, which is located at an altitude of 4,200 m (14,000 ft). 

You will also see some interesting rock formations here with names like “Godhuli” and “Sangam Of Indus And Zanskar River”. Ladakh’s snow-clad mountains and rugged valleys are going to be engraved in your memories forever. Another captivating thing about Leh is its Tibetan population. Getting insight into this lively culture is yet another interesting experience. 

Khardungla Pass 

After this short hike, you will reach Khardungla Pass which requires skilful driving skills due to its steep inclines and hairpin bends on both sides of the road; if you don’t know how to handle your bike then better hire them before starting any trip!

There are various cultural festivals organized now and then which would make you understand the lifestyle and culture of the people living here in a better and more enjoyable way. These cultural events are organised by the locals and the lamas of various monasteries reflecting great enthusiasm and joy. Being away from the hustle and bustle of the city and its not-so-pure air, here you get to live under the clear blue skies breathing in the fresh air. 

This is one reason which makes it an excellent destination for activities like paragliding, cliff jumping, hot air ballooning, and bungee jumping. The beautiful turquoise-coloured Pangong Lake is a sight to behold. Adorned with bewitching views of valleys like Nubra Valley, Zanskar Valley, and many more making this place truly a paradise for tourists.

Now considering that you are here reading this article, we assume that you already planning a trip to the enchanting Leh Ladakh. Through this write up we aim to provide you with the best-suited and the most recommended itinerary and the overall expense for this trip. With no further ado, let’s get on to it! 


This itinerary is planned to assume a bike tour trip from Delhi to Leh via Manali and then back again. This would take you around 12 days to fully enjoy the trip to its fullest. 

First day 

this is the day when you would start your trip. You will reach Manali on day 1 by air or by bus. The means of transport you choose would greatly affect the time you spend sightseeing. The earlier you reach your destination, the more time you get to engage with nature. 

Second day 

Explore Manali. This one day will be given to you to relax and please yourself with the beauty of Manali.

Third day

Travel from Manali to Jispa. Jispa is considered one of the must-visit places when you are planning a trip from Delhi to Leh via Manali as it gradually makes your body used to the gradual ascend. The moment you get to Rohtang Pass, you would be bombarded with the beauty of nature. This past being 3970 m high will amaze you with its scenic beauty of the lush greenery and thrilling turns. On day 3, you would be staying in Jispa enjoying the camping experience.

Fourth day

on this day you will continue your journey from Jispa to Sarchu which is a beautiful plateau about 4300 m high. The sky-touching cliffs will enchant you and you will find yourself admiring the landscape until you doze off!

Fifth day

This day will have you pretty much worked out as you will be covering three passes with about 21 hairpins and reaching Leh. On your way to Leh, you would realize that this journey to your destination is as beautiful and enjoyable as the destination itself. You will get to explore the world’s 2nd highest motorable pass, Tanglang pass on this day where you can capture some dramatic adventure portraying pictures to flaunt to your friends later. By the time you reach Leh, it will be past evening and you would be ready to hit the hay after this long day. 

Sixth day

this is the day for which you have worked so much, the day of sightseeing. Explore the city of Leh, its stupas, monasteries, shops, and its beautiful lakes.

Seventh day

Travel from Leh to Nubra valley via Khardungla pass which is also the world’s highest motorable pass. Once you reach the Nubra valley, enjoy the breathtaking views along with experiencing the amazing Bactrian camel ride.

Eight day

Drive from Nubra to Pangong lake. The calmness of the lake which is 5km wide and 134 km long, will put you at peace giving you relief from all your stress.

Ninth day

Get back from Pangong to Leh via Changla pass after witnessing a beautiful morning near this amazing lake.

Tenth day

On this day you will be bidding adieu to Leh and heading back to Jispa taking the Leh Manali highway.

Eleventh day

today is the day when you get back to where you started. Reach Delhi via Manali overnight by a Volvo. You can explore some en-route places like Sissu lake and Palam Dhara waterfall.

Your Expenses:

While planning a trip like this one, your budget is one factor that matters the most. There are various trip packages available for this trip and the itinerary will be followed by most of the packages from Delhi to Leh via Manali. These packages will cost you in the range of INR 30,000- INR 40000, which is pretty much reasonable considering all your travelling, food, and lodging expenses will be taken care of. One way of cost-cutting is bringing your bike, which would reduce the package price to around 20k. But note that in this case, you will have to bear the expense of fuel

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