Day 1: Arrive Delhi
Arrive Delhi, transfer to hotel.

Day 2: In Delhi
After breakfast, Delhi sightseeing. Overnight at hotel in Delhi.

Day 3: Delhi – Amritsar Train
After early breakfast transfer to Railway station for catch the train to Amritsar. Arrive Amritsar, transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel in Amritsar.

Day 4: In Amritsar
After breakfast visit Golden Temple and Jallianwala Bagh. Afternoon drive to Bagha Border to see flag ceremony on the India – Pakistan border. The evening visit Jallianwala Bagh. Overnight at Hotel in Amritsar.

Amritsar is home to the Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple), the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh religion. Amritsar is also known for the incidents of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919. The main commercial activities include tourism, carpets and fabric, farm produce, handicrafts, service trades and light engineering. The city is known for its food and culture.

Day 5: Ride Bike Amritsar – Dharamshala (210 km)
After early morning breakfast, start your first day journey to Dharmasala on your Royal Enfield bike. Overnight in Dharamshala.

Day 6: In Dharamshala
Post breakfast ride your bike around Dharamshala and visit Macelodganj where HH Dalai Lama resides. Overnight at Hotel in Dharamshala.

Day 7: Ride Bike Dharamshala – Mandi (125 km)
After breakfast, ride to Mandi 125 km from Dharmasala. Overnight at Hotel in Mandi.

Day 8: Ride Bike Mandi – Manali (110 km)
After breakfast, ride your bike to Manali. En-route, picturesque Kullu valley of Himalayan range, enchanting scenery of surrounding greenery huge spectacular mountains. Overnight at Hotel in Manali.

Day 9: Ride Bike Manali – Rohtangla (3950m) – Keylong (128 km)
Morning, after breakfast, Create the history of most exciting and breathtaking adventurous tour (motorbike riding) in the lap of Himalaya and Karakoram ranges. Right from Manali, ride your bike to Keylong. En-route, halt for few minutes at Rohtang pass (3978m) to enjoy the delightful view of awe inspiring landscape of Lahoul Spiti valleys and distant panoramic view of snow clad peaks of Himalayas. Then continue your journey as far as Keylong. On way you pass across wonderful gorges and many beautiful and charming villages of Lahaul Spiti valley. Arrive Keylong by afternoon. Overnight at hotel in Keylong (3156m).

Day 10: Ride Bike Keylong – Baralachala (4890m) - Sarchu (116 km)
After breakfast, ride your bike towards Sarchu, 112 Km from to Keylong. Enroute you cross Baralacha pass (4890m). After crossing Baralacha, arrive at Baratpur, some restaurant for refreshment. Have tea and relax for few minutes then adventurous and exciting journey to Sarchu. Overnight at fix camp. (4290m)

Day 11: Ride Bike Sarchu – Nakeela (4730m) - Tsokar Lake (120 km)
Morning after breakfast, ride your bike to Tsokar, 118 Km from Sarchu. After crossing the border between Himachal and Jammu & Kashmir at Sarchu, drive straight to foot of Nakeela (4740m) then drive up hill in loops (gata loop) up to the Nakeela. En-route superb view of surrounding colored mountains, halt at Pang for tea and some refreshment then proceed to Tsokar. Arrive Tsokar (Salty Lake), Overnight at fix camp in Pangunagu. (4590m)

Tsokar Lake is approximately 95 km. northwest of the Tsomoriri Lake at a height of (4,490m). It is also called "White Lake" because of the salt deposited around it- this is because there is no outlet from the lake which makes the water brackish. In ancient times, the salt from the lake used to take out and sell it all over Ladakh and Kashmir by the local nomads known as the Changpas. Tsokar Lake is breeding grounds for a variety of birds among them the bar-headed goose, the great crested grebe, the brahmin duck and the brown headed gull.

Day 12: Ride Bike Tsokar – Polokongkala (4970m) - Tsomoriri Lake (86 km)
Leave camp after breakfast for Tsomoriri, 86km. Today you cross one pass and ou pass through spectacular view of surrounding mountains and hot sulphur spring at Puga village, Tibetan refugee village Sumdo and awesome Kyagar-tso Lake (beautiful small Lake) with Nomadic camp. Continue with enjoying the riding along the bank of Tsomoriri Lake up as far as Korzok village. Overnight at fix camp in Korzok with spectacular view of Lake. Afternoon short ride around the Lake while capturing the view of imposing scenery of the turquoise Lake. (4620m)

Tsomoriri Lake located in the Changthang (northern plains) area, is a High Altitude Lake with an altitude of 4620m, is the largest of the High Altitude Lakes in the Trans-Himalayan biogeographic region, entirely within India. It is 23 km. long and 4 to 5 km. wide and is hemmed between Ladakh in the North and Tibet in the east and Zanskar in the west; the Changthang plateau is the geographical setting with snow peaks that provides the source of water for the Lake. Accessibility to the lake is limited to summer season only. Tsomoriri Lake is also breeding grounds for a variety of birds among them the bar-headed goose, the great crested grebe, the brahmin duck and the brown headed gull.

Day 13: Ride Bike Tsomoriri – Chumathang - Sakti (190 km)
Have breakfast with spectacular and beautiful view of Tsomoriri Lake. Start your riding to Sakti village. Cross Mahe Bridge over Indus River then continue your journey along with the Indus River as far as Kharu village. On the way, many beautiful villages and Hot sulphur spring at Chumathang. At Kharu, take right hand side road that leads to Sakti village. Arrive Sakti and visit Takthok (Rock roof) monastery, famous for meditation. Famous for black and white astrology. Overnight at Camp in Sakti. (3650m)

Day 14: Ride Bike Sakti – Warila (5250m) - Nubra (135 km)
Morning after breakfast, ride bike to Nubra by crossing Wari-la pass (5250m) that provides spectacular view of wonderful landscape. Cross the pass then enter in Nubra valley also known as valley of flowers. En route, you enjoy riding across Shyok River, enchanting valley and wonderful gorges and charming villages of Nubra valley. Overnight at fix Camp in Nubra.

Day 15: Ride Bike Tirith – Diskit – Hunder – Tirith
Morning after breakfast drive to Deskit and visit the picturesque monastery , built on hill top in 1820 by Lama Paldan Sherap, It's a branch of Thiksey monastery and there reside about 80 monks. Just below the monastery you, visit recently built big statue (100ft) of Maitreya Buddha. This statue was inaugurated by H.H. 14th Dalai Lama on 26 July 2010. After Diskit, continue drive to Hunder where you find attractive Sand dunes and you enjoy the double humped camel riding for an hour. After enjoying the camel riding, drive back to Tirith. Overnight at Fixed Tent Camp in Tirith. (3400m)

Day 16: Ride Bike Nubra – Khardung-La (5602m) – Leh (120 km)
Morning after breakfast, ride to Leh, 120 km. En-route you cross the world highest motorable road, Khardong-la (5400m). Creating the history, cross the Khardong-la then ride downhill to Leh. From across here, capture and enjoy picturesque and amazing view of landscape of Leh town and Indus valley surrounded by snow covered huge Himalayan Mountains. Arrive Leh by afternoon, Post Lunch, relax for a couple of hours then short hike around Leh market. Overnight at hotel in Leh.

Day 17: Leh
Day Free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 18: Ride Bike Leh – Likir – Alchi – Leh
Morning after breakfast, ride bike to Alchi. En-route visit Likir monastery. Today you enjoy riding on Leh-Srinagar highway. On the way, you travel through spectacular and magnificent view of landscape and its beautiful mountains, sometime imposing gorge and you pass across Magnetic hill, confluence of Indus and Zanskar before Nimoo village; beautiful and charming villages of Ladakh. After Basgo, winding highway scenic for few meters and then open barren terrain till Likir village. Leave highway towards the right and continue ride about more than 2kms up till Likir monastery. Visit Likir exquisite Gelugpa sect monastery built on hill top with awe inspiring view of the valley, by Lhachen Gyalpo in 1065AD.
You also visit Big Statue of Maitreya Buddha (Future Buddha) beside the monastery. After the visit, continue ride to Alchi village (8km). After Saspol village, you cross Indus River over a bridge on left and follow the road that leads to Alchi. Visit the 1000 years Gelugpa sect monastery. After visit Alchi, drive back to Leh. Overnight at hotel in Leh.

Day 19: Flight Leh – Delhi
After early breakfast at hotel, transfer to Leh airport for return flight to Delhi. Arrive Delhi, transfer to Hotel. Afternoon free. Late evening transfer to IGI Airport to catch return flight.

Day 20: Departure

  • Travel information

    DELHI MANALI -volvo timings
    20:30, 21:00, 16:40, 17:40; 18:00
    DELHI Shimla -volvo timings
    22:30, 23:30, 23:25, 22:45, 13:50
    Chandigarh Shimla-volvo timings
    05:00, 04:30, 15:00, 05:50, 15:01
    Chandigarh Manali-volvo timings
    13:15, 13:54, 13:00, 01:35, 12:10
    Shimla MANALI -non A/c bus timings
    08:15, 08:14, 08:15, 08:14
    MANALI Dharamshala-bus timings
    08:08, 06:25, 05:30
    Delhi Kalka train timings
    17:10, 07:40, 07:10
    Delhi amb andaura train timings
    10:25, 22:50, 05:50
    Delhi Chandigarh train timings
    04:15, 5:50, 7:40, 11:05, 14:25
    Shimla Ropeway timing 09:30 -17:30
    solang Ropeway timing 07:00-18:30
    Tara devi aarti timings
    08:00, 17:30, 18:00, 12:00, 17:00
    Jakhu temple arti timings
    06:10, 17:30, 18:30, 12:00, 20:00
    Shimla Zoo timings 
    summers 09:00-18:30, 6 days a week
    winters 09:30-17:30 tuesday close
    Shimla Kalka train timings
    Shimla Kalka express 18:45
    Himalayan Queen CC-FC 10:55
    Rail motor-First class FC 12:00
    Shimla Kalka exp-Vistadom 15:50
    Shimla Deluxe exp-FC 18:05
    Kathmandu Delhi Flight timings
    16:30, 09:55, 17:00, 08:00, 15:05
     20,500/- onwards 18th dec 2022
    Kullu Dhakposhedrupling monaestry
    timings 06:00-18:00 no entry fees

  • *) Losar festival in manali, Celebrated around the last week of February, Losar Festival marks the Tibetan New Year.2) Winter in snowy Manali is enchanting. Winter starts setting in from October. December and January are the coldest months of the year. Temperature often drops to -2°C accompanied by snowfall. 3) 5 January 2022: Heavy snowfall in Manali, Rohtang pass, Lahaul Valley, Atal Tunnel, Solang valley and nearby areas. 4) Snowfall in Manali occurs between December and February. Manali is one of the most beautiful hill stations in India drawing tourists throughout the year. March to June (10°C to 25°C): Summer season in Manali is from March to June, which is the best time to visit Manali especially with friends and family. 5) October to February is the winter season and is considered to be the best time to visit Manali if you like the cold and January is best to enjoy the chilly pleasure of fresh snowfall . The temperature drops down below zero degrees Celsius.