Delhi to Manali Leh Srinagar Bike Trip 11D

10N / 11D
Tour Type:
Adventure, Bike Trip
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Original price was: ₹34,999.00.Current price is: ₹24,999.00.


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2 Person 1 Bike -  32999
1 Person 1 Bike -  42999
Seat in Coach -  32999
Own Bike / Car & Fuel -  24999


Embarking on a bike trip from Delhi to Manali, then onto Leh, and finally Srinagar, is an adventure of a lifetime, offering an unparalleled sense of freedom and connection to the vast and varied landscapes of Northern India. This journey is not just about the destinations but also about the exhilarating experience of riding through some of the most challenging and scenic routes in the world.

Delhi to Manali

The journey starts from the capital city, Delhi, moving towards the hills of Himachal Pradesh to reach Manali. This stretch introduces riders to diverse terrains, starting from the plains and gradually ascending into the cooler climates of the Himalayas. Manali serves as a pit stop for riders to acclimatize and prepare for the rugged terrains ahead. It’s also an opportunity to explore this popular hill station, known for its breathtaking valleys and adventure sports.

Manali to Leh

The ride from Manali to Leh is the highlight of this trip, taking bikers through some of the highest motorable passes in the world, including Rohtang Pass, Baralacha La, and Tanglang La. This route is a test of endurance and skill, with its narrow roads, sharp bends, and varying weather conditions. The landscapes transition from lush green valleys to arid, moon-like terrains as you approach Leh, offering mesmerizing views and a sense of solitude amidst nature's grandeur.

Leh and Surroundings

Leh, the capital of Ladakh, is more than just a stopover; it’s a destination with deep cultural roots, surrounded by starkly beautiful landscapes. While in Leh, bikers can explore local monasteries, palaces, and markets. The region around Leh, including Nubra Valley and Pangong Tso Lake, offers some of the most stunning sceneries and challenging routes for bikers, making it a crucial part of the adventure.

Leh to Srinagar

The journey from Leh to Srinagar, through Kargil and over the Zoji La pass, is another highlight, offering riders the experience of navigating through challenging terrains while being surrounded by majestic mountains and valleys. Srinagar, known for its beautiful Dal Lake, Mughal gardens, and a more temperate climate, provides a soothing end to the thrilling ride. The change in landscape from the rugged terrains of Ladakh to the lush greenery of Kashmir is refreshing and visually stunning.


A bike trip from Delhi to Srinagar via Manali and Leh is an epic journey that takes riders through some of the most majestic and challenging landscapes India has to offer. It’s a test of resilience, riding skill, and adaptability, offering an unparalleled sense of achievement upon completion. Beyond the thrill of the ride, it’s an opportunity to immerse in diverse cultures, encounter unique wildlife, and forge a deep connection with nature. This journey is not just about reaching a destination; it's about the stories, experiences, and bonds formed along the way.


Your 11-day bike trip itinerary from Delhi to Srinagar via Manali and Leh offers an incredible journey through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in India, passing through key locations that showcase the beauty and diversity of the region. Here’s a brief overview of your planned route:

Day 00: Departure from Delhi

  • Begin your adventure from Delhi, heading towards Manali. This initial stretch is about acclimatizing to the journey ahead.

Day 01: Arrival in Manali

  • Arrive in Manali, a beautiful resort town nestled in the mountains. Spend the day exploring local sights or simply relaxing and preparing for the challenging roads ahead.

Day 02: Manali to Jispa

  • Start your ascent to the higher Himalayas, passing the Rohtang Pass into the Lahaul and Spiti district, and reaching Jispa. This leg is crucial for acclimatization to high altitudes.

Day 03: Jispa to Sarchu

  • Continue your journey through the rugged terrains, crossing Baralacha La to reach Sarchu, marking the border between Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh. The landscape starts to change, offering stark, mesmerizing views.

Day 04: Sarchu to Leh

  • Cross high-altitude passes such as Nakee La, Lachulung La, and Tanglang La. This stretch is challenging but rewards riders with breathtaking views and a sense of achievement upon reaching Leh.

Day 05: Leh to Nubra

  • Explore the beautiful Nubra Valley via Khardung La, one of the highest motorable roads in the world. The valley offers stunning landscapes and unique cultural experiences.

Day 06: Nubra to Turtuk to Nubra

  • Visit Turtuk, a village showcasing a blend of Balti culture, unique in its lifestyle and beauty. Return to Nubra for the night.

Day 07: Nubra to Pangong

  • Head to the mesmerizing Pangong Lake, crossing challenging terrains and witnessing the changing colors of this high-altitude lake. It’s a highlight for many travelers.

Day 08: Pangong to Leh

  • Return to Leh, allowing for some rest after the intense previous days. Use this day to explore Leh, its monasteries, palaces, and markets.

Day 09: Leh to Kargil

  • Depart Leh, heading towards Kargil. This route offers insights into the region’s history, particularly at the Kargil War Memorial. Enjoy the contrasting landscapes as you move closer to Kashmir.

Day 10: Kargil to Srinagar

  • The final leg of your bike trip takes you to Srinagar, passing through the picturesque valleys of Kashmir. The Zoji La pass is a notable part of this journey, offering thrilling riding experiences.

Day 11: Srinagar Departure

  • Your journey concludes in Srinagar. Depending on your schedule, explore local sights such as Dal Lake, Mughal gardens, or simply relax before your departure.

This itinerary is an epic journey through some of the most spectacular and challenging terrains offered by the Indian Himalayas, combining adventure with cultural immersion and natural beauty.


  • Free Himalayan bike with fuel and helmet included.
  • Stay in triple sharing (double sharing for couples) in Deluxe hotels that are reserved in advance in Leh, Kullu Manali, Kargil, and Srinagar.
  • Cosy stays in Swiss Camps at Jispa, Sarchu, Pangong Tso, Nubra Valley, and triple sharing (double sharing for couples) with attached bathrooms.
  • Buffet dinner will be served from Day 1 through Day 10, and buffet breakfast from Day 2 through Day 11.
  • From Day 2 in the morning until Day 10 in the evening, Bikes will be available.
  • Inner Line and bicycle permits are required for every traveller.
  • All permits for Khardung La and Chang La, the highest motorable passes in the world.
  • Fuel will be supplied in accordance with the itinerary’s suggested route.
  • Services of a Skilled Motorbike Mechanic and Road Captain from Day 2 morning till Day 10 night.
  • For groups of more than ten motorcycles, the backup seat in a car is only available in an emergency.
  • One 60-liter rucksack or duffle bag per traveller is allowed, with an oxygen cylinder and first aid kit available for dispersal with the road captain facility. Please refer to the schedule of charges for excess luggage.
  • Luxury Semi-sleeper Volvo Seats reserved in advance for passengers travelling from Delhi to Manali on Day 0 (zero).
  • Online certificate upon trip completion achievement.


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