Start and end in Leh! With the motorcycle ride tour Get Leh'd in Ladakh - The Great Lakes, you have a 9 day tour package taking you through Leh, India and 6 other destinations in India. Get Leh'd in Ladakh - The Great Lakes includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.
In and around LehTransfer to hotel and ensuring that you spend the day relaxing and indulging only in mild physical activity.Keep vigilant for signs of AMS. Meet & Greet the team.
We get on our bikes and do an exploratory circuit of the sigths around Leh. We will cover easy terrain and will encounter some traffic but the ride is fairly relaxed and filled with stops.
In and around HunderTodays ride takes you across, Khardung La at 5348 M (18400 ft). We cross into the stunning Nubra valley and ride to the sand dunes of Hunder after a stop over at Diskit Gompa.
We ride through the Shyok valley (if Wari La is open) and cross back into Leh via another spectacular road in these regions. This is a relatively unexplored part of Ladakh and thereby more special.
The ride to the iconic Pangong Lake takes you across Chang la (another 5000 M pass). The surreal beauty of this region and the colors of the lake, from its first view to the ride along its shores will leave you amazed.
We return to Leh on the same roads as the previous day. We break journey at a special spot and have a picnic lunch.An interesting ride becaus eo the ability to see it all again, but from a different perspective.
We only have 1 planned activity which takes you on rafting expedition on the Zanskar. Part of the day is yours-to spend in your own style and at your convenience.
We return along, now familiar roads, before we leave the highway and divert towards Tso Moriri. Another remote region of Ladakh, the transition in colors and texture and the extreme remoteness of the region redefine remote.
We wake up for an early breakfast overlooking the deep blue Tso Moriri lake. We ride along empty spaces to break for lunch at Tso Kar and cross over Tanglang La and the home stretch to Leh.