Leh ladak bike trip route itinerary
Ladakh is one of the most beautiful places in all of India. You can not reached there by water and is surrounded by deserts and high mountains.
The Ladakh region is one of the most scenic destinations in India. It's a landlocked state surrounded by high mountains and deserts, but it has plenty to offer travelers. In this tour package, you'll experience some of the best scenery on Earth while learning about its history and culture as well.
Ladakh is a place full of contrasting landscapes, from barren mountains to verdant valleys and stretches of desert, it offers a feast for the eyes.
The region is also known as the 'Land of High Passes' because of its many mountain passes.
The summer months are best spent in this high-altitude area as temperatures stay cool during the daytime but can reach 40 degrees Celsius at night when you are camping outdoors or staying in hotels that have air conditioning.
This package is ex-Srinagar.
This package is ex-Srinagar. It is a 10-day trip, and you will be riding your own bike throughout the tour. The itinerary covers many scenic spots, such as Leh Ladakh, Pahalgam and so on. This package can be customized to suit your needs and budget requirements!
You will be picked up from the airport in Srinagar and then spend the next two days sightseeing in the city.
You will be picked up from the airport in Srinagar and then spend the next two days sightseeing in the city. You will have time to explore Srinagar before you head out on your bike tour.
Srinagar is a beautiful city with many attractions, including its mosques, shrines and palaces. It is also home to some of India’s most famous monuments such as Hazratbal Shrine and Chinar Fort.
The Gateway of Ladakh
lies at an altitude of 3,000 meters (9,842 feet), making it one of the highest cities in India! The warm weather here makes cycling an excellent way to explore this region while enjoying its natural beauty along with amazing views over the valleys below!
You will drive along the mountains which border Pakistan and take in the beautiful sights of this breathtakingly beautiful stretch of the country.
You will start your trip from Leh City,
which is located at an altitude of 1750 m (5700 feet) above sea level. The city has a population of about 40,000 people and is known as “The Queen of Spiti” because it was once ruled by Princess Shyam Lai Thapa who married King Shyam Tsang Sherpa and came from Tibet in 1959. You can visit one or two temples here – one dedicated to Guru Padmasambhava who founded Buddhism in Tibet and another dedicated to Ganesh where you can find two statues depicting him as well as his son Ganesha sitting on his head!
You will stay at Leh for three days and visit some of the major landmarks in the area, including ancient palaces and monasteries.
The Leh Palace was built by General Amar Singh Thapa in 1815. It is one of the most famous buildings in all of Ladakh because it has more than 50 rooms with frescoes depicting scenes from mythology and local folklore, as well as a library containing thousands of manuscripts written by Buddhist monks during their stay at this site.
King Lhatoo Singh
The Stok Palace was built by King Lhatoo Singh after his father’s death in 1781 CE (common era). The palace complex includes several temples dedicated to Vishnu or Krishna; these temples have been rebuilt since their original construction centuries ago due to frequent earthquakes which have destroyed much historical evidence around them over time!
Hemis Monastery is another popular destination for visitors who want something different from what they usually find when traveling through Ladakh - here you will find beautiful architecture coupled with amazing religious artwork inside its walls!
You will head to Kargil for lunch before riding to Lamayuru and then to Leh where you will stay for two days.
Kargil is a beautiful town with a lot of history. It was once the capital of Ladakh but now it has been replaced by Leh as the capital city of this region. This place is famous for its delicious food, especially its momos (steamed dumplings), which are one of my favourite foods on earth! Lamayuru is also known as “The Monastery City” because there are many monasteries here that date back thousands of years ago when they were founded by Buddhist monks who came from Tibet around 500 CE. The main attraction here is probably the monastery itself; many people come here just to visit even though they don't have any intentions whatsoever other than admiring its beauty at first glance before moving on elsewhere...
This is followed by a ride towards Khardung La, which is one of the highest motorable roads in the world and then, back to Leh on day 10.
After the ride to Khardung La,
which is one of the highest motorable roads in the world and back to Leh on day 10, you will be able to see more views of the Himalayas. The Pangong Tso lake is another place that you can visit while riding on this route.
Your trip ends here with a drive back to Srinagar on day 11.
The tour ends in Srinagar, the capital of Jammu & Kashmir state. You will then be taken back to Srinagar airport or bus stand depending upon your departure time and flight schedule.
A tour that can't be missed if you are visiting Ladakh
If you are visiting Ladakh, then this route is the best way to experience the beauty of this region. You will see many different landscapes and get to visit many ancient monasteries and palaces. The culture of Ladakh can also be experienced by visiting temples and monasteries.
You should start your trip from Leh where there are many hotels that offer accommodation facilities for tourists in Leh city itself or at other nearby places such as Nubra Valley, Alchi etc., but if you prefer staying away from crowded tourist spots then these hotels may not suit your taste because they would be too expensive for staying here overnight only!
It is not just the stunning sceneries that make Ladakh a must-visit destination for any traveller. It is also home to some of the most beautiful monasteries and palaces that can take your breath away. In fact, this entire area has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1992. With such rich history behind it, it's no wonder why Ladakh is considered one of the best places in India to visit!