DAY 01: Arrival Delhi,
On arrival at IGIA (Indira Gandhi International Airport) you will be met by our representative and will escort you to the hotel, overnight at hotel in Delhi.
DAY 02: Delhi to Manali,
2000 Mtrs, 570 kms, 16 hours by Mini bus, 14 hours by Jeep. Early morning at 5 am Check out, breakfast on the way, Passing through most fertile states of North India (Haryana – Punjab) Afternoon lunch stop while entering in Himachal Pradesh is a mountainous state of India, By evening reach Manali, overnight at hotel in Manali.
DAY 03: In and Around Manali, O/N in hotel, (Introduction on Indian Road) MTB
After breakfast Motor bike will be provided to each individual and you will explore Manali and its surrounding with local guide. Visit Nagar castle, Roerich art gallery, Hindu Temple’s and hot spring at Vashisht, after the sightseeing return back to hotel for overnight stay.
DAY 04: Manali to Marhi-39 Km 3320 mtrs. night at camp. (Uphill road) MTB
First day of expedition, up hill ride by curved road through villages and forest.
DAY 05: Marhi to Gondla (41 km) 3160m, over Rohtang pass 3950, (Up and down hill road) MTB
13 kms uphill road till Rohtang pass, Having spectacle view of snow caped mountains of Himalaya. Down hill to Gramphu, passport will be checked at Khokasar the first village of tribal district of Lahoul and spiti, easy road to Gondla, overnight stay at camp in Gondla.
DAY 06: Gondla to Jispa (Darcha) (50 km) 3400 m., (Flat and Gradual road) MTB
on the way visit keylong, the district headquarter, most of time flat scenic road, overnight stay at camp in Jispa (Darcha).
DAY 07: Jispa to Bharat pur (55 km) 4400m. over Baralachla 4800 mtrs) (Flat and Zig-Zag uphill road) MTB.
Gradual and Up hill ride for about 32 kms till Baralachala, long descend till Beautiful campsite, overnight stay in Bharatpur.
DAY 08: Bharatpur to Whiskey bridge “(65 km) 3 950 m.) (Flat road) MTB
Road goes through vast plateau of Sarchu, Border of two states Jamu- Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh, later ride till the next camp site accompanied by Tsarap River.
DAY 09: whiskey bridge to Pang” over Namkila pass 4950 m and Lachlangla Ã Æ’ 5 090 m
(44 km) 4 630 m. (Gradual uphill and down hill road) MTB Long climb by Snake curved road till first pass and than short descend of 3 kms, again 3 kms climb to Lachulangla and long descend to pang by the gorge of Ganglajal. campsite beside the stream before check post.
DAY 10: Pang to Base of Tanglangla (Debring) (54 km) 4500 m.
(Gradual and flat road) MTB Short easy climb for 5to 7 kms, enjoy the magnificent view of Zara chu (stream) with canyon erected both side in different shape and mirages on the large Qyangchuthang (wild donkey ground)., Rest all is flat ride in Pang plateau.till campsite.
DAY 11: Base of Tanglangla to Rumtse (48 km, 4320 m)
over Tanglangla (5332 m.) (Gradual and down hill road) MTB. 23 kms gradual climb to the top of world the second highest motor able pass Tanglangla, after long descend to the Indus valley, a series of Chhorten will lead you to the Rumtse the first village of Ladakh, campsite beside the stream on the meadow .
DAY 12: Rumtse to Leh. (90 km) 3400 mtrs. (Flat road) MTB
Easy ride through Ladakhi villages, on the way visit shey and Thiksey monasteries, by afternoon reach Leh , the capital of Ladakh O/N in the hotel.
Day 13: Leh – Khardungla-(5540 m) 39 kms one way.
Back to Leh (steep hill climb) MTB. Most exciting day, steep road , half of the stretch is mettled and half is Rough. Reaching on the top of highest road of the world is a thrill, having extensive view from the top and same way descend to Leh,
DAY 14: Explore Leh, O/N in hotel. End of MTB
Visit Shanti stupa and old fort of Leh., monastery in the town,. Afternoon pack up the mountain bike rest time at leisure, O/N in hotel.
DAY 15: Leh-Delhi flight,
Transfer to the domestic airport, flight to Delhi..Transfer from airport to the hotel. Visit old or new Delhi (Full day sightseeing), evening transfer to IGIA to board flight for onward destination. O/N in hotel.
DAY 16: Departure:
Transfer to airport to board flight for onward destination.