Srinagar to Manali Leh Bike Trip with Siachen Glacier

11D / 10N
Tour Type:
Adventure, Bike Trip
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Original price was: ₹26,999.00.Current price is: ₹24,999.00.


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2 Person 1 Bike  - 32999
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The journey from Srinagar to Delhi via Manali, covering Nubra Valley, Turtuk Village, and Pangong Tso, is an extraordinary expedition that spans across 11 days, immersing travelers in the diverse and breathtaking landscapes of Northern India. This itinerary is tailored for adventurers seeking to explore the majestic Himalayas, experiencing its unique culture and natural beauty.

Beginning in Srinagar

The trip kicks off in the enchanting city of Srinagar, known for its serene Dal Lake and lush Mughal gardens. The city serves as a gateway to the adventures that lie ahead, setting the tone with its tranquil beauty and vibrant culture.

Through Kargil to Leh

Travelers then move towards Kargil, a town steeped in history, before proceeding to Leh. This route through the arid landscapes of Ladakh introduces the stark contrasts of the region, with visits to ancient monasteries and stunning geological formations en route enhancing the cultural immersion.

Exploring Nubra and Turtuk

The itinerary includes a visit to the mesmerizing Nubra Valley via the high Khardung La pass, followed by a day trip to Turtuk Village, one of the northernmost inhabited places in India. These destinations offer a glimpse into the diverse ecosystems and cultures within the Himalayas, from desert sand dunes to lush green valleys.

The Pangong Tso Experience

The journey to Pangong Tso, a high-altitude lake known for its mesmerizing changing colors, is a highlight of the trip, showcasing the natural wonders that make Ladakh a unique destination.

Returning via Manali

As the expedition turns southward, travelers pass through Sarchu and cross high-altitude passes to reach Manali, a resort town nestled in the scenic Kullu Valley. This segment offers a change in landscape from the rugged terrains of Ladakh to the lush greenery of Himachal Pradesh, providing a soothing conclusion to the adventurous journey.

Conclusion in Delhi

The trip culminates in Delhi, where the memories of the breathtaking landscapes, challenging rides, and cultural experiences form a mosaic of unforgettable experiences.

This itinerary not only challenges the adventurers with its high-altitude passes and rugged terrains but also enchants them with the serene beauty and cultural richness of the Himalayas. It's a journey of discovery, endurance, and exploration, offering a deep dive into the heart of Northern India's most iconic landscapes.


Day 01: Arrival in Srinagar

  • Begin your journey in the serene and picturesque Srinagar, known for its beautiful Dal Lake, historic gardens, and houseboats. Spend the day exploring the city or relaxing by the lake.

Day 02: Srinagar to Kargil

  • Depart from Srinagar, crossing the Zoji La Pass and entering the arid landscapes of Ladakh to reach Kargil. This leg offers stunning views and a glimpse into the region’s history.

Day 03: Kargil to Leh

  • Continue from Kargil to Leh, passing through Mulbekh, Lamayuru, and the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers. This journey provides an opportunity to witness the region’s monastic heritage and unique landscapes.

Day 04: Leh to Nubra Valley

  • Head north from Leh to the Nubra Valley via the Khardung La pass, one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Nubra Valley, with its sand dunes and double-humped camels, offers a stark contrast to the usual mountainous landscape.

Day 05: Nubra Valley to Turtuk Village to Nubra Valley

  • Take a day trip from Nubra Valley to Turtuk Village, one of the northernmost villages in India, showcasing a different cultural aspect of Ladakh. Return to Nubra Valley for the night.

Day 06: Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso

  • Depart Nubra for the mesmerizing Pangong Tso, a high-altitude lake known for its changing colors. This route involves crossing challenging terrains but offers incredible scenic beauty.

Day 07: Pangong Tso to Leh

  • Return to Leh from Pangong Tso, spending the rest of the day at leisure in Leh. This is an opportunity to explore local sights, monasteries, and markets.

Day 08: Leh to Sarchu

  • Begin your journey back towards Manali, stopping at Sarchu. This leg of the journey takes you back through high-altitude passes and stunning landscapes, marking the entry into Himachal Pradesh.

Day 09: Sarchu to Manali

  • Continue from Sarchu to Manali, crossing the Baralacha La, Rohtang Pass, and witnessing the dramatic change in landscape from the arid mountains of Ladakh to the lush greenery of the Kullu valley.

Day 10: Manali Departure

  • Spend the day in Manali, exploring local attractions or simply relaxing. Manali, with its cool climate and scenic beauty, is the perfect place to unwind after the long journey.

Day 11: Arrival in Delhi

  • Depart from Manali and conclude your epic journey upon arrival in Delhi, carrying back memories of an unforgettable adventure through some of the most captivating terrains of India.

This itinerary provides an immersive experience of the diverse landscapes, cultures, and climates of the regions between Srinagar and Delhi, making it an ideal adventure for those seeking to explore the Indian Himalayas.


  • Stay in triple sharing (double sharing for couples) in advance-booked Deluxe hotels in Leh, Kullu Manali, Kargil, and Srinagar.
  • Comfortable stays in triple sharing (double sharing for couples) in the Swiss Camps in Sarchu, Pangong Tso, and Nubra valley, with adjacent restrooms.
  • Buffet dinner will be served from Day 1 through Day 9, and buffet breakfast from Day 2 through Day 10.
  • From Day 2 in the morning to Day 9 in the evening, Bikes will be available.
  • Inner Line and bicycle permits are required for every traveller.
  • All permits for Chang La and Khardung La, the highest motorable passes in the world.
  • Fuel will be supplied in accordance with the itinerary’s suggested route.
  • The services of a skilled motorbike mechanic and road captain are available from Day 2 in the morning until Day 9 in the evening.
  • For groups of more than ten motorcycles, the backup seat in a car is only available in an emergency.
  • First Aid Medical Kit, Oxygen Cylinder, and Road Captain Facility for luggage dispersal; each traveller may only bring one 60-liter rucksack or duffle bag in a separate vehicle.
  • Luxury semi-sleeper Volvo seats reserved in advance for passengers from Manali to Delhi.
  • Online certificate upon trip completion achievement.


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