Ladakh Bike Trip From Kolkata
Ladakh Bike Trip From Kolkata- Most bikers have this one trip on their bucket list which they want to go on once in their lifetime, Yes we are talking about the bike road trip to Leh Ladakh. Nothing can match the level of adventure and excitement that this trip brings. A bike trip in such a beautiful place like Leh is destined to be one of the most memorable trips you will go on in a lifetime. This blog is about Ladakh Bike Trip From Kolkata.
Ladakh Bike Trip From Kolkata
The duration of the bike trip may vary according to your budget and the package chosen by you and the trip partner you select. Although a common estimate suggests that the trip might take around 16 days. The route followed is as follows-
Day 1- Kolkata to Varanasi
The route is 679 km long. It takes around 13 hours to complete this journey.
Day 2- Varanasi to Delhi
This route is 821 km long and takes around 14 hours to complete
Day 3- Delhi to Jammu
The length of this route is around 588 km and takes 10 hours to complete.
Day 4- Jammu to Srinagar
This route is about 266 km long and takes around 8-9 hours to cover.
Day 5- Srinagar to Kargil
The distance is around 216 km long and takes around 6 hours to cover. A stop at Kargil is recommended as the place is beautiful in itself and deserves a day to visit and explore. On the way, you can stop at Drass for some time.
Day 6- Kargil to Leh
This is around 217 km long. On the way, you can also stop at Likir, Mulbekh, Lamayuru Monastery, and Alchi Monastery
Day 7- Stay at Leh
This is the day to relax a bit and reflect. Get your permits before the trip and visit Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, and the local markets, you can stay for longer in Leh if you want.
Day 8- Leh to KhardungLa Pass to Nubra Valley
You should stop at Khardung La Pass on your way and enjoy the beautiful view there. Have tea and pakora at the army canteen, and take some photographs of memories in the beautiful place. Some places you can visit at Nubra Valley are Diskit Monastery, the Maitreya Buddha statue, and the Camel safari at Hunder, Turtuk.
Day 9- Nubra Valley to Shyok to Pangong Lake
This is around 274 km and takes about 7 hours to complete. The road conditions from Shyok village to Pangong Tso have some bad stretches. Also, the Shyok River often overflows the route. This route has almost no civilization, so getting help during any mishap would be difficult. Make sure to check the road conditions on this route before starting the journey.
Day 10- Pangong to Man to Merak to Chusul to Loma to Mahe to Tso Moriri
This route is around 301 km long and takes 9 hours to reach. Start early on this way as it is going to be a long day. The advantage of taking this route is that you can go to Tso Moriri without having to get back to Leh and save a day. Although, you will need a separate permit to travel on this route. This road is very risky and has almost no traffic, so be handy with a repair kit and extra petrol for emergencies.
Day 11- Tso Moriri to Leh
This route is around 220 km long and takes around 5.5 hours to complete. This route goes through Kozork and Chumthank to Leh. On your way back, you can stop at Hemis Monastery and Shey Palace.
Day 12- Leh to Sarchu
It is around 250 km and takes 7 hours to complete. This journey starts with Leh Manali Highway and has adventure written all over it, The rugged landscapes, the loops, and bends all make for quite a thrilling and adventurous journey. You can also stay at Sarchu for the night.
Day 13- Sarchu to Manali
It is around 223 km and 8 hours to complete. Start the journey along this way early to reach early and get the much-required rest.
Day 14- Manali to Noida
It is 568 km long and takes 13 hours to complete. This is going to be a long day, you can stop at Chandigarh.
Day 15- Noida to Allahabad
It is around 651 km and takes around 10 hours to finish. The aim here is to cover as much distance as possible for the return.
Day 16- Allahabad to Kolkata
It is around 792 km and takes around 15 hours to cover. This is the final day journey and returns home.
Right Time for the Road Trip
The Ladakh terrain is difficult. During the winter months, from October to April, the roads and highways are closed due to heavy rainfall and landslides risk. So, the best time to go on this Road trip is between June to September.
Why Choose Himalayan Rider as your Trip Partner?
Himalayan Rider is the perfect partner for your road trip requirements as we offer the best packages suited to your budget. We alter the trip packages according to your personalized needs. Himalayan Rider also provides you with a variety of two-wheelers that you can choose from for hiring for your road trip needs.
Himalayan Rider is one of the most trusted Travelling Companies in India because of the efforts we put into planning every detail of the trip. Today we operate 25 motorcycle tours with approx 600 people each year. We now have a fleet of 52 Royal Enfield motorcycles and Four 4×4 vehicles.
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