Wheelie Ladakh

8 Days


To explore Ladakh on Bike is the adventure of next level. The trip of leh to the other places through Bikes gives you the thrill and you can smell the fresh air and the aroma of the Nature. This program offers many shades of ladakh that you are going to discover on your Bike  with the culture heritage to the unparalleled beauty of this Land. The monasteries in Leh, Dixit will blow your mind with their amazing architecture. The world highest motorable road in the world, double hump camel which gives you an idea of bygone era. The highest salt lake – Pangong where many Bollywood films has been directed. The landscape in the whole tour is fascinating. This tour starts with Leh and goes into a circular trip and in the end it’s ended in Leh.


  • Ride on the Bikes
  • Visiting famous sites of Leh
  • Visit Kardung la (5360 meters) the world highest motorable road Cold desert of Ladakh – Nubra valley
  • Cold desert of Ladakh – Nubra valley
  • See the double hump camel


Arrive Leh. Leh is situated at an altitude of 3500 meters, passing over the Himalayan barrier.. Upon arrival transfer to hotel. Rest of the day free for independent activities and for acclimatization. In the afternoon we will make a visit to Shanti Stupa.
Meal - B, D

We spend one more day in Leh and surroundings, as it is essential for proper acclimatization before leaving on the trek. Today we visit to Leh Palace, Thiske Monastery and Shey Palace. Today we drive to some of the important monasteries and palaces of Leh.
Leh Palace: The Leh palace has been described as a miniature version of Lahasa’s Potala Palace. It was built in the mid-16th century, the palace was partly in ruins by the 19th century. It has nine storeys, slopping buttresses and projecting wooden balconies. From the town below it is dazzling in the morning sun and ghostly at night. Built by king Singe-namgyal and stil owned by the royal family, it is now unoccupied – they live in the Palace at Stock. A part of the palace is a museum. Like the Lahasa Potala Palace it has numerous rooms, steps and narrow passages lined with old thangkas, paintings and arms. The central prayer room (not in use), usually locked but opened on request, has religious texts lining the walls. There are many painted scrolls, murals and old manuscripts in the ruined palace.
Shey Palace: 15 km east of Leh, the ruined palace of Shey sits on a knife edged with the main Indus Valley road running along its base. The flat valley floor near the palace has scores of Stupas. Inside a temple near the road is two-story image of Buddha. Another temple contains a Buddha that was gilded in bronze by eight Newari craftsmen from Nepal.
Thiksey: 19 km southeast of Leh, this is the most architecturally impressive Gompa of Ladakh, situated on a splendid hill-top perch. This is the 12-storeyed, 800 years old monastery. There are ten temples, around 50-60 Lamas and few nuns (called Chomos) live here. The treasure of this monastery is a gold and silver statue of Buddha, ancient swords, Tankhas and Tantric wall paintings. There is also a huge brass pillar, which came from Tibet, engraved with Buddha’s sayings.
Later in the afternoon explore the beautiful market of Leh.
Overnight at the Guest house or Hotel
Meals – B, D

After breakfast 05 hours (135 kms.) drive to Nubra valley on the way we pass the highest motorable pass of the world - Khardung-La (5.360 m) we spend some time here to take some breathtaking pictures. Later drive to Nubra.
Nubra valley is famous for its orchards and also known as the orchard of Ladakh or the valley of flowers, beautiful riverscape where one can see the sand dunes or one can say cold desert, Mongolian camel and eye-catching monasteries. Surrounded by snowcapped Himalayan ranges, Nubra valley lies sandwiched between Tibet and Kashmir.
In winter the whole valley transformed into the landscape of the moon therefore it also called Moonland and in summer a lush green valley.
The valley is predominantly Buddhist and boasts of several centres of Buddhist learning. Ensa, Samstemling, Diskit and Hunder monastery are famous Buddhist monasteries.
The Mongolian camels which were left by the traders came from Mongolia when they were injured as Nubra valley was the major stopover on the ancient Silk Route, Nubra is still important as it is a major trade centre for woolen textiles made of Pashmina wool and horticultural crops. Locals produce fruits like apples, walnuts, apricots, almonds and staple crops like wheat, barley, etc.
Upon arrival transfer to the Guest house or Homestay.
Overnight at the Guest House or Homestay
Meals – B, D

In the Nubra valley we visit the famous monastery of Diskit, which rises directly above a rock face and crosses several small villages to immerse in the life of the locals. Later we come near to the river side where if someone interested can enjoy the camel ride or can easily explore the dunes by walking.
Diskit Monastery, also known as Diskit Gompa is the largest and the oldest surviving monastery in Nubra Valley. The Gompa was founded in 14th century by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, a founder of Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism in Ladakh. The Monastery is situated on a clifftop above Shayok River.
There is a statue of Cho Rinpoche (Crowned Buddha) in the prayer hall along with various images of fierce protector deities and it also possesses Tibetan and Mongolian texts. The main attraction of Diskit Monastery is a gigantic 32 metre Maitreya statue of Lord Buddha on its top which was inaugurated by His Holiness Dalai Lama. The Gompa offers stunning views of Nubra valley from its top where statue of Buddha is also mounted. The monastery also runs a school for the Tibetan children in the region with the help of Tibet Support Group, a social organization.
Overnight at the Guest House or Homestay
Meals – B, D

After breakfast we drive back to Leh.
Overnight at the Guest House or Homestay
Meals – B, D

A long day today. 05 hours drive bring us to this turquoise lake Pangong. We drive to Pangong Lake via Shyok Village crossing Durbuk and Tangste. The landscape on the way to Pangong is spectacular.
Pangong Lake 40 miles in length and nearly 2-4 miles in width is the world’s highest brackish lake at 4230 meters above sea level which makes it world highest saltwater lake. The name is driven form the Tibetan word “Pangong Tso- high grassland lake”. What strikes the eye in coming first in view of this lake is the lovely color of its water, especially towards evening, which is of the richest deep blue over the whole expanse, at morning time, it is of a lighter a very brilliant color. The water of the lake is so clear that it changes the colour with the time.
Upon arrival transfer to the camp and later explores the scenic beautiful Pangong lake and its surroundings.
Overnight camping
Meals – B, L,D

After breakfast we drive 04 to 05 hours to Leh. Upon arrival transfer to the hotel or Guest house. Rest of the day is free for independent activities.
Overnight at the Hotel or Guest house
Meals – B, D

Day 8 :
Depart Leh

Our services end by giving the departure transfer from the hotel to the Airport.

Inclusions / Exclusions


  • Tour Leader throughout the trip.
  • Royal Enfield 350cc motorbike.
  • Helmet for both rider and pillion.
  • Motorbike Fuel for the complete trip as per the itinerary.
  • Extra fuel for back up.
  • Backup Rider for emergency situations.
  • Accommodation in hotels on a triple sharing basis.
  • Breakfast and Dinner.
  • Basic First Aid and Rescue arrangements Experienced mechanic with spare parts and tool kit.


  • 5% GST.
  • Personal expenses like Telephone, Laundry, Tips and Table Drinks etc.
  • Any Airfare / Rail fare.
  • Any Meal s Not Mentioned in Package and Fuel for Bike.
  • Security Deposit per motorbike. As per the Deposit policy (This is refundable at the end of the trip).
  • Rider / Pillion will be responsible for paying for their personal transportation and snacks other than that included in Package.
  • If at all unavoidable circumstances or natural calamities arises due to which the trip get s extended then extra charge will be taken for the same.
  • Inalaya holidays have the rights to cancel the tour if minimum 10 pax are not booked.


What is backup vehicle support ?

Yes, there will be a supporting vehicle as it is very necessary and plays an important role in carrying client luggages , Bike spae parts & extra fuel etc.

What are the vital documents required during the bike trip to Leh Ladakh?

You must carry a valid driving license, government-issued photo ID proof, address proof, and photocopies of these documents.

What is the age limit for the people who want to travel by bike to Leh Ladakh?

The minimum age should be 25 year for the tourist to ride the bike in Leh, Ladakh.

Which kind of riding experience ?

Biker must drive at least 2000 km before looking for the Ladakh bike trip.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the trip

We shall charge only the services which are paid and non-refundable and our professional charges on the actual basis. This means we will pay you nearly 90% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation between 24 days and 14 days to the start of the trip

We will refund you 70% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation between 14 days and 10 days to the start of the trip

We will refund you 50% of the payment and if you want to adjust your payment for the next trip then it will be adjusted. But also note that the balance payment for the future tour shall be paid by the client.

Cancellation less than 10 days to the start of the trip

It will be calculated and hence the refund is initiated.

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Wheelie Ladakh
  • 08 days
  • The best time to do this trip is between June to mid October
  • Climate and Average Weather Year Round in Leh India. In Leh, the summers are comfortable, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are freezing, snowy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from -16°C to 23°C and is rarely below -21°C or above 26°C.
  • As shown in Program