Tour overview

Overall view of the itinerary :
It is a dream of every biker, be it an Indian or a foreign tourist er to experience the rides on
the sloppy snow-clad mountains with the gushing waters melted from the fresh
snow,rugged landscape the rocky terrains or the smooth stretch of roads, trust us no other
place can give you such experience other than the roads that lead to ” Heaven ”


June 2020                             July 2020                        August 2020                          September 2020
15 June – 26 June           03 July – 14 July                02 August – 13 August          01 Sep. – 12 Sep.
18 June – 29 June           06 July -17 July                  05  August – 16 August          04 Sep. – 13 Sep.
21 June – 02 July            09 July – 20 July                 08 August – 19 August          07 Sep. – 16 Sep.
24 June- 05 July            12 July – 23 July                 11 August – 22 August          10 Sep. – 19 Sep.
27 June – 08 July           15 July – 26 July                  14 August – 25 August

30 June – 11 July            18 July – 29 July                  17 August – 28 August
21 July – 01 August              20 August – 31 August
24 July – 04 August             23 August – 03 Sep.
27 July – 07 August               26 August – 06 Sep.
30 July – 10 August              29 August – 09 Sep.


  • Royal Enfield Bikes(Himalayan 410cc & Standard 500cc) for the whole trip.
  • Royal Enfield Bikes(Himalayan 410cc & Standard 500cc) At Leh.
  • Accommodation in standard hotels / camps on double / triple sharing.
  • Oxygen Cylinders and basic first aid kit.
  • Experienced and Professional Tour Marshal.
  • Experienced and Professional Tour Mechanic.
  • Experienced and Professional Backup Team with Backup car.
  • Fuel (Bike+Backup Car) For The Whole Trip.
  • Daily Breakfast from 2nd day till last day and Dinner from 1st day till second last day.
  • Pick-up and drop from Delhi in Volvo(Semi-Sleeper).
  • Required permits(Rohtang Permits+Leh Inner Line Permits).
  • Badges & expedition stickers for bikes and helmets.

Not Included

  • 5% GST.
  • Lunch
  • Personal Expenses.
  • Insurance, Tips, Laundry, Phone calls.
  • Soft and Hard drinks
  • Photography / Videography
  • Additional vehicles apart from the one already provided
  • Extended stay due to health issues or weather conditions or any factor beyond control.
  • Difference due to change in tax by the Government.
  • Anything not specified under inclusions

Day 0 | Delhi - Manali(Naggar)

Upon arrival at Delhi airport/railway station, you will have to reach the Volvo pick up point
at Majnu ka Tilla. Semi-sleeper Volvo pick up will be between 5:30-6:00 pm and you will
have an overnight journey to Manali which is 537 kms.

Day 1 | Manali(Naggar):-

Upon your arrival at Patlikuhl stop near Manali, the team will take you by tempo traveller to
your respective hotels to freshen up and rest a while.
In the afternoon,we will have our first briefing session by the Road Marshall who will brief
the team about the road conditions and ridding techniques.Post lunch the team will be
allotted bikes and will be taken for a test ride till Jana waterfalls. Post the test ride the team
can confirm if any issues with the bikes they have been allotted.
Naggar is an ancient town situated on the left bank of river Beas at an altitude of 1,800
meters. Jana Falls is a beautiful natural waterfall inside a small village known as Jana 10kms
away from Naggar. The Jana Falls is surrounded by deodar trees, pine trees, apple orchards
and mountain peaks; this fall is a charming picnic spot. The first sight of the falls is quite
hidden and will be a surprise for the visitor as the water unexpectedly rushes from a cluster
of rocks overlooking a wooden bridge. The road towards Jana waterfalls is breathtakingly

Day 2 | Manali(Naggar) - Keylong/Jispa:

Today we begin our journey towards our 1st stop at Keylong which is 137 kms. We will
start our day early by 7am since we will have to enroute Rohtang pass which faces heavy
traffic during morning hours due to high volume of tourists.Upon our arrival at
Keylong/Jispa,the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay in Hotel/camps.
Rohtang Pass:
Elevation 3,978 m 13,050 ft
It is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km
from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal
Pradesh, India.
Keylong is the administrative centre of Lahaul and Spiti district in the Indian state of
Himachal Pradesh, 126 km north of Manali and 120 km from the Indo-Tibetan border.
Jispa is a village in Lahaul, in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Jispa is located 20 km
north of Keylong and 7 km south of Darcha, along the Manali-Leh Highway and the Bhaga
river. There are approximately 20 villages between Jispa and Keylong

Day 3 | Keylong/Jispa - Sarchu

Today post breakfast we will continue our journey to our 2nd stop at Sarchu enroute Jispa
which is 85 kms.Upon our arrival at Sarchu, the evening will be at rest with dinner and night
stay in camps.
Sarchu is a major halt point with tented accommodation in the Himalayas on the
Leh-Manali Highway, on the boundary between Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh in India. It is
situated between Baralacha La to the south and Lachulung La to the north, at an altitude of
4,290 m and 14500 ft above sea level.
Elevation 4,890 m or 16,040 ft
Also known as Bara-lacha Pass, or Bārā Lācha La, is a high mountain pass in Zanskar range,
connecting Lahaul district in Himachal Pradesh to Leh district in Ladakh, situated along the
Leh–Manali Highway.

Day 4 | Sarchu - Leh

Today post breakfast we will continue our journey towards our 3rd stop at Leh which is 250
kms.Upon our arrival at Leh, the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay in hotels.
Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s
Jammu and Kashmir state. Originally a stop for trading caravans, Leh is now known for its
Buddhist sites and nearby trekking areas. Massive 17th-century Leh Palace, modeled on the
Dalai Lama’s former home (Tibet’s Potala Palace), overlooks the old town’s bazaar and
mazelike lanes.
Ladakh is a region administered by India as a union territory. Until 2019, Ladakh was a
region of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. In August 2019, the Parliament of India passed an
act by which Ladakh became a union territory on 31 October 2019.The largest town in
Ladakh is Leh, followed by Kargil.The Leh district contains the Indus, Shyok and Nubra river
valleys. The Kargil district contains the Suru, Dras and Zanskar river valleys. The main
populated regions are the river valleys, but Ladakh is one of the most sparsely populated
regions in India and its culture and history are closely related to that of Tibet. It is renowned
for its remote mountain beauty and culture.
Nakee La:
Elevation of 4.769m or 15,647ft
Nakeela is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.769m (15,647ft) above sea level,
located in the Ladakh region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.The pass is traversed
by the Manali-Leh-Highway, on the way to Manali from Taglang La. Nakeela Pass is the third
of the five passes to be crossed while traveling from Manali to Leh. It is between Sarchu and
Pang. You've got to be really careful with the wheels because of pathetic road conditions
that could test the patience of even the most seasoned drivers. But you really deserve a
medal if you've driven on the road.The ascent to the pass is called 21 'Gata loops'. It’s 23km
ascent from 4250m to 4980m to the Nakee-la, with 21 hairpin bends. The road is said to be
haunted by the ghost of a tourist who was buried here. People offer cigarettes and mineral
water on the spot and then carry on with their journey.
Lachulung La:
Elevation 5,059 m or 16,600 ft
Lāchālūng La or Lungalacha La, is a mountain pass along the Leh–Manali Highway. It is
located some 54 km from Sarchu and 24 km from Pang on the Leh–Manali Highway. This is
one of the easier 16,000 ft passes and it can be traversed cross-country by moving along the
nala on both sides.
Taglang La or Tanglang La:
Elevation 5,328 metres 17,480 ft
Tanglang La Is a high altitude mountain pass in the Indian union territory of Ladakh. As of
September 2018, the Leh–Manali Highway leading south from Upshi to Tanglang La is paved,
with the exception of a very short unpaved section just north of the pass.

Day 5 | Leh

The day is at leisure and sightseeing. Post breakfast we will head for sightseeing at Leh
within 100 kms.Upon our arrival at Leh, the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay
in hotel.
Shanti Stupa is a Buddhist white-domed stupa (chorten) on a hilltop in Chanspa. It was built
in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu, Gyomyo Nakamura and part of the Peace Pagoda
mission. The Shanti Stupa holds the relics of the Buddha at its base, enshrined by the 14th
Dalai Lama.Located approximately 4 km from Leh on the Leh-Kargil Road, the Hall of Fame is
a museum which was built in memory of the brave soldiers who lost their lives fighting for
India at the Indo-Pakistan war.
Leh Palace The Leh Palace, also known as 'Lhachen Palkhar' is one of the most historically
rich edifices that can be found in the country and is located in the breathtakingly beautiful
town of Leh. This grand structure was built in the 17th century by King Sengge Namgyal as a
royal palace, overlooking the town of Leh and the King and his family were the former
residents of the majestic mansion. The Leh Palace is also one of the tallest buildings of its
time with nine stories in all, and offers marvellous panoramic views of the entire town of
Leh, as well as of the Stok Kangri and Zanskar mountains of the mighty Himalayan ranges,
thereby giving the palace a strategic position.The palace was abandoned when Dogra forces
took control of Ladakh in the mid-19th century and forced the royal family to move to Stok
Magnet Hill is a "Cyclops hill" located near Leh. The layout of the area and surrounding
slopes create the optical illusion of a hill. The hill road is actually a downhill road. Objects
and cars on the hill road may appear to roll uphill in defiance of gravity when they are, in
fact, rolling downhill.
Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is a highly revered gem located 25 miles away from Leh town on
Kargil Leh Highway. Devoted to Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikh Religion, the sacred
place beautifully commemorates his visit to Ladakh. Dating back to 1517, the Gurudwara
houses a boulder with imprints of the head, shoulders and backside of Shree Guru Nanak
Leh Market & Mall Road The main market of Leh is a Street market with many lanes and
bylanes, all of which have small shops selling a variety of products. One can find everything
here from shoes to clothes and woolen wear as well as jewelry. Also, carpets, shawls, and
souvenirs are available here. The Tibetan Refugee Market is also set up here which sells
locks with unique carvings, artifacts, and souvenirs. The market also sells sonorous bowls
prepared by a combination of nine metals like cymbals, decorative brass and copper
trumpets. One can also find a few old ladies selling jewelry and handicrafts in the Leh Main

Day 6 | Leh - Nubra Valley

Post breakfast our journey continues towards our 4th stop at Nubra Valley which is 154kms.
Upon our arrival at Nubra valley,the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay in
camps.Bonfire with a musical night will be organised at the camp.
Khardung La:
Elevation of 5602 meters 18379 ft
Khardungla Pass Is a mountain pass in the Leh district of the Indian union territory of
Ladakh. The local pronunciation is "Khardung La" or "Khardung La" but, as with most names
in Ladakh, the romanised spelling varies. The pass on the Ladakh Range is north of Leh and is
the gateway to the Shyok and Nubra valleys.
Nubra Valley is a tri-armed valley located to the north east of Ladakh valley, in
Indian-administered Kashmir. Local scholars say that its original name was Ldumra (the
valley of flowers). The Shyok River meets the Nubra or Siachan River to form a large valley
that separates the Ladakh and Karakoram Ranges. The Shyok river is a tributary of the Indus
river. The average altitude of the valley is about 10,000 ft. i.e. 3048 metres above sea level.
The common way to access this valley is to travel over the Khardung La pass from Leh town.

Day 7 | Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake

Post breakfast early in the morning we continue to head towards Pangong which is our 5th
and last stop which is 200kms.Upon our arrival at Pangong, the evening will be at rest with
dinner and night stay in camps.
Pangong Lake Pangong Tso, Tibetan name for "high grassland lake", also referred to as
Pangong Lake, is an endorheic lake in the Himalayas situated at a height of about 4,350 m. It
is 134 km long and extends from India to the Tibetan Autonomous Region, China.This is one
of the famous lake shown in the 3 idiots movie and you can take some similar photos with
proms available at the lake.

Day 8 | Pangong Lake - Leh

We will begin our return journey today post breakfast by heading back towards Leh which
will be 225kms.Upon our arrival at Leh, the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay
in hotel / Camps.
Chang La:
Elevation 5,360 m or 17,590 ft
The Chang La is a high mountain pass in Ladakh, India. It is claimed to be the second highest
motor-able road in the world. Chang La is approached from Leh via Kharu and Sakti village
by an asphalt road. The climb is very steep and requires a careful drive.

Day 9 |Leh - Sarchu

We begin early morning post breakfast for Sarchu which is 250 kms.Upon our arrival at
Sarchu, the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay in camps.

Day 10|Sarchu - Manali(Naggar)

Post breakfast we head back towards our final destination at Manali which is 225 kms.Upon
our arrival at Manali, the evening will be at rest with dinner and night stay in hotel.

Day 11|Manali(Naggar) - Delhi

The day is free for local sightseeing and shopping.The Semi-sleeper volvo to Delhi will be on
the evening between 6:00-7:00 Overnight journey to Delhi in Volvo which will be 537 kms.

Day12 | Delhi

The Volvo will reach Delhi early morning, post which you can plan your return journey home
from Delhi post afternoon