Ladakh Bike Expedition (Hemis Festival) - Mumbai Travellers

Ladakh Bike Expedition (Hemis Festival)
16 days
Yes Its Difficult!


Ladakh is not only a trekker’s paradise, but a delight to every traveller as it offers serenity and tranquillity amidst picturesque and scenic views of nature.

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Rs. 41,000.00

Brief Event Description

Event Organiser Mumbai Travellers
Event Location Ladakh
Pickup Point Mumbai
Pickup Time 08:00 a.m
Things to Carry NA
Itinerary Day 1:
Flight from Mumbai to Srinagar. Collects bikes from Gati’s Office. Rest of the day is leisure and for bike servicing. Overnight in Srinagar.

Day 2:
Srinagar local sightseeing which covers Mughol Gardens (Shalimar Garden, Nishat Gaarden, Chashmeshahi etc. ) , Dal Lake, Shankaracharya Temple. Overnight at Srinagar.

Day 3:
Travel from Srinagar to Kargil (220 Kms)En route visit Zojila Pass and Kargil War Memorial. Overnight in Kargil.

Day 4:
Ride from Kargil to Leh (220 Kms)En route visit Lamayuru Monastery (Moon land). Alchi and Magnetic Hill. Overnight in Leh.

Day 5:
Leh to Pangong- 160 Kms Ride. Enroute visit Thiksey Monastry and Shey Palace. Ride through Chang La Pass (Third Highest motorable road). Evening leisure at Pangong LakeOvernight at Pangong (Tents)

Day 6:
Pangong Lake to Leh – 160KmsEvening visit Hall of fame army Museum in Leh City and local market.Overnight in Leh.

Day 7:
A Complete day for Hemis Festival visit. Visit Hemis Monastery and various cultural activities. Overnight at Leh.

Day 8:
Ride from Leh till Nubra via Khardungla (120 Kms)Ride through Khardung La Pass (Highest motorable road). Evening visit famous sand dunes.Overnight at Nubra (Tents)

Day 9:
Ride from Nubra till Leh. Evening leisure time to explore market. Overnight in Leh.

Day 10:
Leh – Karu – Pang – Sarchu (235 kms)Arrival at Sarchu ( Tents)

Day 11:
Sarchu – Jispa (165 Kms) Overnight in Jispa

Day 12:
Jispa to Manali via Rohtang pass (120 Kms) Arrival at Manali. And leisure time in Market.Overnight in Manali.

Day 13:
Local sightseeing in Manali which covers Solan Valley, Manikaran and Mall Road. Overnight in Manali.

Day 14:
Manali to Chandigarh – 310 kms. Arrival at Chandigarh.

Day 15:
Bike transfers in Chandigarh

Day 16:
Fly from Chandigarh to Mumbai.

Inclusions :
Sleeper class train tickets from Mumbai to Chandigarh
Accommodation on Triple sharing basis in Hotels and sharing basis in tents
Daily Breakfast and Dinner
Permissions wherever necessary
Utility vehicle (For broken down Bikes and accessories)
Transportation by Jeeps (for 4 wheel tourists)
All Taxes

Exclusions :
Daily Lunch
Bike Transportation charges (Mumbai – Chandigarh & Srinagar – Mumbai by Cargo)
Fuel and Maintanence Charges
Any airfare to and fro /return train fare or overland journey which is not mention in the above itinerary.
Any medical / rescue evacuation due to mishaps
Any personal nature items like Bar, Laundry Bills, Table Bills, Camera Fees, Tip and any other items
Mineral water, Soft OR Hard drinks, Starters etc.
Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, roadblocks etc (to be borne by the clients directly on the sport.)
Anything other than above mention inclusions
Instructions & Guidelines NA
Difficulty Level Yes Its Difficult !

Event Description

About the Tour :
Ladakh – The land of mystery and intrigue which never ceases to amaze travellers with its towering peaks and snow-capped Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges, the rapidly-flowing Indus and Zanskar rivers and numerous streams carrying the glaciers from the mountains tucked amidst lush green valleys, all conjure a travellers dream. In short, Ladakh is an art of nature. Ladakh is not only a trekker’s paradise, but a delight to every traveller as it offers serenity and tranquillity amidst picturesque and scenic views of nature.

The manali- Leh road is one of the most exciting and scenic biking trails anywhere across the country, crossing as it does four high passes over the great Himalayas and the parallel Pir Panjal and Zanskar range. The route which any biker would like to visit at least once in his life time. And the beauty which mesmerizes anyone in his first look.

Hemis Festival: It is a buddhist festival and held in commemoration of the birth anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava. The two day peagent is marked with the victory of good over evil where local people are seen with their colorful attire. The festival is organized by Head of Lama. Hemis is colorful festival showcasing the beautiful handicrafts of the region. The festival is also famous for the “devil dances” that constitute an important element in the social entertainment of Ladakhis. The major attractions are the masked dances, that depicts the victory of right over the evil. “Chang” A country liquor is been served on this occasion.

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