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Leh Ladakh Bike Trip Package: Cost & itinerary

Leh Ladakh Bike Trip Package: Cost & itinerary


This little town Leh Ladakh is the jewel of our country and it’s beauty cannot be denied. Your memories will be forever engraved with its rugged valleys and snow-covered mountains. Leh’s Tibetan population is another fascinating aspect. Another interesting thing about Leh is the opportunity to get a glimpse into its vibrant culture.


Many cultural festivals are held every now and again. They help you to understand the culture and lifestyle of the people who live here. These cultural events are organized by locals and lamas from various monasteries, and reflect joy and enthusiasm. Here you can breathe in fresh air and get away from the city’s hustle and bustle.


Paragliding, cliff jump, hot air ballooning and bungee jumping are all possible here. It is worth a visit to see the beautiful Pangong Lake, which is turquoise in color. This place is a haven for tourists, with the captivating sights of valleys such as Nubra Valley and Zanskar Valley.


We assume you have already planned a trip to Leh Ladakh, as we are assuming you have read this article. We aim to give you the best-suited itinerary and lowest cost for your trip. Let’s move on!

A short itinerary

This itinerary assumes a bike trip from Delhi via Manali to Leh and back. It would take approximately 12 days to enjoy the trip fully.

Day 1

This is the day you start your journey. Day 1: You’ll reach Manali by bus or air. Your choice of transportation will greatly impact the amount of time you spend sightseeing. You will have more time to enjoy the outdoors if you arrive earlier.

Day 2

Explore Manali. Enjoy this one-day opportunity to unwind and enjoy the beauty of Manali.

Day 3

You can travel from Manali to Jispa. Jispa is a must-visit place if you plan a trip from Delhi via Manali to Leh via Leh. It gradually adapts to the gradual ascent. You will be overwhelmed by the beauty of nature as soon as you reach Rohtang Pass. The scenic beauty of this past at 3970m will amaze you. Day 3: You will be in Jispa, enjoying the camping experience.

Day 4

You will continue your journey to Sarchu, a stunning plateau at 4300m above sea level. You will be captivated by the sky-stretching cliffs and will enjoy admiring the landscape until your sleep.

Day 5

You will be covering three passes, with approximately 21 hairpins, and reach Leh. You will discover that the journey to Leh is just as beautiful and as enjoyable as the destination. On this day, you will be able to visit Tanglang Pass, the 2nd highest motorable pass in the world. You can take some amazing pictures and show your friends. After a long day, you will reach Leh at around 5:00 pm.

Day 6

This is the day you’ve worked so hard for, the day of sightseeing. Visit Leh’s stupas, monasteries and shops. Take a look at its beautiful lakes.

Day 7

You can travel from Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass, which is also the highest motorable pass in the world. Enjoy the stunning views and the incredible Bactrian camel ride once you reach Nubra valley.

Day 8

From Nubra, drive to Pangong lake. You will feel at ease and relieved from stress by the calmness of the lake, which measures 5km in width and 134km long.

Day 9

After enjoying a stunning morning at this lake, you will be able to return via Changla Pass from Pangong.

Day 10

This day, you’ll be saying goodbye to Leh as you head back to Jispa via the Leh Manali highway.

Day 11

Today is the day you return to where you began. Volvo Volvos can take you from Manali to Delhi overnight. Some en route places include Sissu lake or Palam Dhara waterfall.


Your budget is the most important factor when planning a trip such as this. You can choose from a variety of trip packages for this trip. Most packages will follow the same itinerary, including those that go via Manali or Delhi to Leh. These packages are affordable at INR 30,000 to INR 40000. This is reasonable when you consider all of your travel, food and lodging expenses. You can cut costs by bringing your own bike. This would bring the package cost down to about 20k. However, this will mean that you’ll have to pay for fuel.


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