Leh-Ladakh is situated in the northern part of the country. The area stretches from the Siachen Glacier to the Greater Himalayas and can be rightfully called “Heaven on Earth.” When you think of Ladakh, images of rugged terrain, glacial lakes, Tibetan monasteries, stupas, and prayer flags come to mind. But, it becomes even more exciting when you explore Ladakh on a bike. Leh Ladakh bike tour packages have gained immense popularity in the last few years, with everybody wanting to explore the union territory on a bike. Our Leh Ladakh bike trip packages include bikes, fuel, and accommodation. You can choose from a wide range of bikes, from KTM Bikes to Royal Enfield Bikes.
- Baralacha La Pass: This is a high mountainous pass in the Zanskar range. It connects the Lahaul district in Himachal Pradesh to Leh in Ladakh district. The headwaters of the Chenab river are Chandra and Bhaga. These have their origin near the Baralacha La Pass. If you are starting your trip from Himachal Pradesh, you go through this pass, located at 16,000 ft. it offers you a breathtaking view of the mountains surrounding it.
- Pangong Tso: Pangong Lake has become compulsory for all Leh Ladakh bike trip packages. Located at an altitude of 4350 meters, it is the world’s highest saltwater lake. The turquoise clear blue water of the lake is in absolute contrast with the arid mountains surrounding the lake. The lake extends into China, with one-third of the lake in India and the other two-thirds in China. Pangong Tso is a Tibetan word that means “high grassland lake.” The unique feature of the lake is that it can change colours. The lake’s color sometimes changes to green, blue, and red.
- Spiti Valley: “Spiti” signifies “the land in between.” And Spiti Valley lies between Tibet and India. Situated in the Spiti district, this cold desert valley is filled with pine trees, alpine trees, Buddhist monasteries, and beautiful villages. Located at 12,500 ft, Spiti Valley’s barren and arid mountains change their colour at times. If you are starting your bike trip from Himachal Pradesh, you shall go through this one-of-a-kind cold desert valley.
- Nubra Valley: Also called the Orchard of Ladakh, Nubra Valley lies between Tibet and Kashmir. The valley boasts of orchards, Bactrian camels, and Buddhist monasteries. During the summer months, the valley is filled with blooming flowers. In winter, the valley resembles the rugged landscape of the moon, which is why it is also called “Moonland.” You have to cross Khardung La Pass to reach Nubra Valley.
You can go through the several Leh Ladakh bike tour packages and choose the most suitable one for yourself!