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Trikon #921 Srinagar to Manali Biking

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Event Tag : Trikon #921
Event Name: Ladakh Bike Expedition
Event Date: 26th June to 06th July
Event Cost: Rider / Pillion : 40000 + 5% GST
Solo rider : 50000 + 5% GST
Total Seats: 10
Location: Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir
Base Village : Srinagar
Grade: Easy / Moderate / Hard
Approximate Distance: kms
Route: Srinagar-Leh-Manali


You’ve read about it in books, seen the imagery in films and heard about it from your friends. It’s high time you witnessed it too, because none of those options above can give full justice to the actual feeling of being there. So pack your bags with zeal and enthusiasm for once-in-a-lifetime experience and ride it out to Ladakh with Travel Trikon!

Ladakh boasts of the most scenic of backdrops you’ll ever see, the most adventurous of passes you’ll ever ride and the most thrilling of experiences you’ll ever get. The Pangong and Tso Moriri lakes and Nubra Valley are just highlights of the trip but there’s lots more to explore. Now you can also visit the Umling La which is the world’s new highest motorable road built at 19,300 ft.

Don’t forget to make most of the local food, culture and unique lifestyles of the natives here. They are peace loving and welcome travellers from all continents with a huge heart.

Major Attractions
Kargil war memorial
Zozila Pass, Khardung La Pass, Chang La Pass, Umling La, Rohtang Pass
Leh Palace Lamayuru Monastery, Mulbek, Shanti Stupa at Leh
Nubra Valley, Diksit Monastery
Pangong, Tso Kar Lakes
Hanle Monastery

About Ladakh
One can list hundreds of reasons why Ladakh features as the topmost destination on travellers’ bucket lists. To begin with, its sprawling picturesque landscapes give you an outworldly experience. The play of bright colors with light and shadows...one can only imagine the kind of images nature can create on this vast canvas. Ladakh is home to peace loving monks which is what perhaps gives the region a calm, tranquil ambience. You can soak in the vibrant Tibetan culture through its food, garments and world famous monasteries. The route leading to this magnificent region is also blessed with the most scenic of views that make the journey as well as the destination so apt for bike expeditions.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Tuesday, June 26: Arrival at Srinagar to Sonmarg
Arrive at Srinagar before noon, from there we will pick you up by TT and travel to Sonmarg. A traditional welcome followed by introduction and allotment of rooms. A safety & rescue session, a tour briefing and flagship celebrations followed by dinner.

Day 2: Wednesday, June 27: Sonmarg To Kargil
We pay respects at the Kargil war memorial here. The sight of army headquarters and establishments along Drass will definitely give you goose bumps! We will also witness Zozila Pass which is one the most significant passes in India. At an elevation of 11,575 ft (3528 mtrs) above the sea level, the pass connects
Srinagar and Leh in the Western Himalayan Mountain Ranges.

Day 3: Thursday, June 28: Kargil - Leh (218kms; 4.5hrs)
We arrive at the most awaited destination-Leh! We explore the Leh Palace, Lamayuru Monastery and Mulbek which is the rock carved Buddha statue on the way. We spend overnight at Leh Hotel

Day 4: Friday, June 29: Leh to Khardung La Top to Nubra Valley
We proceed to Nubra Valley via Khardung La which is the highest motorable pass. Enjoy the spectacular views of Nubra Valley, a high altitude cold desert. The vast expanse of earth against the backdrop of a clear blue sky will leave you spellbound for sure. We spend the night at Hunder.

Day 5: Saturday, June 30: Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso
While Chang La is world’s third highest motorable pass, riding through this pass is tougher than the world’s highest pass because of its gradient. Visit Shayok village which was opened recently for the tourist though. This route is also known for waterfalls. We will stay very close to the famous Pangong Lake.

Day 6: Sunday, July 1: Pangong Tso to Hanle
The Hanle Monastery which is home to 10 Lamas currently, was built by the “Lion King” Sengge Namgyal under the Drukpa lineage. We will reach Hanle by afternoon and explore the area. Tonight we also enjoy
Astronomy and camping!

Day 7: Monday, July 2: Hanle to Umlingla to Hanle
Welcome to the world’s new highest motorable road, Umling La, built by the BRO at 19,300 ft. It connects Chisumle and Demchok villages. We can proudly say that it is the highest Motorable pass in the world (Umlingla pass is more than 1000 ft higher than Khardungla). Overnight in Guest House

Day 8: Tuesday, July 3: Hanle to Tsokar
The beautiful and ever enchanting Tso Kar Lake also called as White Lake awaits us. Your camera just won’t get enough of this natural wonder-the splash of blues and greens with amid majestic mountains!

Day 9: Wednesday, July 4: Tsokar to Jispa
Today we have to cross 3 more passes. Nakila, Lachungla and Baralacha pass at an altitude of approximately 16000 ft and we have to cross Gata loops which has 21 hair pin bends.

Day 10: Thursday, July 5: Jispa to Manali
We will visit Rohtang Pass today through a scenic route. On reaching Manali, we will deposit the bikes and call it a day.

Day 11: Friday, July 6: Manali to Delhi
We spend the day exploring this famous hill station. Journey to Delhi will be at 4pm.

Accommodation on Double/Triple sharing basis as per itinerary in hotels/camps
Daily Breakfast and Dinner
Royal Enfield 500cc bike including fuel for above itinerary
Dedicated tour Guide and Group leaders
Mechanic with back up vehicle for entire route
Manali-Delhi journey by private AC volvo bus
An Oxygen Cylinder 24X7 in the car in case of emergency
Permissions, entry fees, inner line permits, wildlife charges etc
Fuel Cost for the circuit as specified
Travel Trikon expertise charges

Food which are not mentioned in inclusions
Any Travel expense to Srinagar
Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, tips etc.
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks..Etc
Monastery fees, personal expenses, tips and RTO fines
Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions
Permit Cost for Hanle cost 600 per person
Any accidental damage cost will be borne by the participant

Things to Carry
ID Proof
Good U/V Protected Sun GlassesSun Cap / Sun Creams Lotion
Armor jacket, knee / elbow protectors for rider & pillion
Comfortable warm Clothing / No Formals
Personal Medicines
Pair of sturdy shoes with rubber sole
Camera (Optional)
Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder
Snacks & Biscuits


Safety gears are must both for rider & pillion
Road Rules (1 file or 2 file) to be decided by group leader
It’s not a race so be in file and don’t try to overtake other riders
No wrong side riding or stunt on the highway
No alcohol on rides

Consuming liquor or any kind of Alcoholic substance is prohibited. Carrying any kind of substance that’s illegal is not allowed. Smoking is strictly not allowed. Anybody found smoking or consuming alcoholic drinks will be expelled from the event without refund.

Bookings your seats
You have an option to pay Rs.20,000 in part to book a seat now. However, full payment will be needed at least 60 days prior to the event date for confirmation.

Net Banking Details:
Bank Name: ICICI Bank
Account ID: 698505600192
Account Type: Current Account
Account name: TRAVEL TRIKON
IFSC Code : ICIC0006985

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