Traveling more than 3000 kilometers, across the world's highest motorable roads and mountain passes to experience the landscape which is completely different from the rest of the country.
Ladakh - the land of high passes, the place like no other with superabundance of attractions to visit, captivating landscapes, vibrant culture, rich traditions and welcoming localites.
The snow-clad Himalayas, pristine glacier lakes, streams and beautiful valleys, Ladakh is truly blessed with nature's bounty. An adventure filled road trip to Ladakh through the World's highest motorable roads will give you an ultimate life experience. Road trip to Leh is not just another Himalayan destination, but it is a dream in itself. A journey to create unforgettable stories, new bonds and rejuvenate your soul in the land of Lamas. Ladakh is home to one of the most hospitable people, delightful food & cuisines and peace-loving culture. Decorated with beautiful monasteries & stupas, whitewashed houses and Tibetan-style palaces & forts, Ladakh has it all to fall in love with.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 CC (With Pillion) Rs 32,999 Per Person
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 CC (With Pillion) Rs 34,999 Per Person
Royal Enfield Himalayan (With Pillion) Rs 37,999 Per Person
Royal Enfield Bullet 350 CC (Solo) Rs 37,999 Per Person
Royal Enfield Bullet 500 CC (Solo) Rs 38,999 Per Person
Royal Enfield Himalayan (Solo) Rs 41,999 Per Person
Things to Pack
Waterproof and good quality backpack or rucksack is recommended over trolley bags since you’ll be changing multiple accommodations during the entire trip.
Warm woolen jackets/sweaters, air/water resistant jackets, body thermal wears, gloves, caps and extra pairs of socks to protect yourself from wind chill and low temperatures.
Sunglasses, comfortable clothing and sports shoes.
Personal water bottle (avoid single-use plastic) to avoid dehydration issues.
Quick snacks for journeys like dry fruits, biscuits, chocolates, energy bars, glucose sachets.
Personal care items, sunscreen lotion (prefer SPF30 or higher), lip balm, toiletries, wet wipes and hand sanitizer.
Diamox (altitude sickness drug), camphor tablets, medicines for motion sickness, fever, stomach ache, headache, cold, body pain and any other personal medicines.
Phone, camera, power banks and photography equipment.
ATMs and an adequate amount of cash for shopping, cafe visits.
Travellers residing outside Delhi are suggested to book trains/flights reaching Delhi not later than 4 PM on the trip start date. Similarly, on the trip end date, it is advised to book returning trains/flights leaving post 2 PM.
Numerous factors such as weather, road conditions, the physical ability of participants etc. may cause itinerary change. In such a case, we will look for best possible alternatives, as feasible. We reserve the rights to change any schedule in the interest of safety, comfort and general wellbeing as per the call taken by locals, the driver and your trip leader.