Safety Being Our Main Moto We Ensure The Safety Of Every Participant As We Brief Them Prior To Every Event With Respect To The Necessary Safety And Precautionary Measures To Be Taken When On The Highway And During The Event If There Is Any Scope To Improve.
As Safety Is Are Main Moto We Promote The Use Of Riding Gear When On The Rides And By Showing Their Importance We Are Promoting Their Use In Day To Day Riding Use.
We Also Discuss Topic As Well As Experiences which Will Help Every Individual To Know Their Vehicles Better And Help Them When Traveling In The Future.
Fun Will Never Have Its Limitations.
Day 01 – 28th August (Chandigarh)
Approx. Kilometers for day 01: 00 km
All riders who will be joining the ride for 18 days journey will meet is directly in
Chandigarh. After collecting their bikes, they will proceed to the hotel where they will
spend the night.
Day 02 – 29th August (Chandigarh – Kasol)
Approx. Kilometers for day 02: 300 km
After breakfast we leave for Kasol our first camping expedition for the ride. After
reaching later evening, we pitching our tents and relax on the river banks over a cup
• Camping besides a river, surrounded by mountains.
Day 03 – 30th August (Kasol – Manali)
Approx. Kilometers for day 03: 76 km
After a late breakfast we head towards Manali. Reaching early evening we call it a
Day 04 – 31st August (Manali)
Approx. Kilometers for day 04: 00 km
A free day in Manali. Roaming the streets of Manali and places around, we call it a
night but a bit late.
• Enjoying whatever Manali has to offer and living its nightlife.
Day 05 – 01st September (Manali - Keylong)
Approx. Kilometers for day 05: 118 km
Riding to Kylong through the gruesome Rhotang Pass we reach early evening.
Calling it a day as we have a long ride the next day.
• Crossing Rhotang Pass.
Day 06 – 02nd September (Keylong – Pang)
Approx. Kilometers for day 06: 184 km
Leaving early morning after breakfast we head towards Pang. Crossing maximum
number of streams in Baralacha Pass we reach Pang for the night. We stay in local
tent like dhabas and call it a night.
• Crossing the Jispa Pass.
• Crossing the Zingzingbar Pass.
• Crossing the notorious Baralacha Pass.
• Staying in man-made tents in low temperatures.
• Crossing one State Border (Jammu Kashmir to Himachal Pradesh).
Day 07 – 03rd September (Pang – Leh)
Approx. Kilometers for day 07: 140km
Leaving early morning we head for LEH. Crossing the silts of More Planes and
Tanglang La pass we reach Pang.
• Riding through Tanglang La Pass.
Day 08 – 04th September (Leh)
Approx. Kilometers for day 08: 00km
We rest for the day and acclimatize to the high altitude (12000ft). The whole day is a
free-day, all bikers could explore Leh and places around as mentioned and advised
by us or our local help. Bikes will be serviced and tuned for the high altitude to come
the next day. (Meal allowance will be provided for the day)
• Exploring Leh city and living the night life.
• Visiting Tibetan Exhibition.
Day 09 – 05th September (Leh – Khardungla – Nubra)
Approx. Kilometers for day 09: 114 km
Leaving early morning, to cross Khardungla one of the highest motor able pass in
the world. After halting for tea and memorable pic on the world’s highest motor able
pass we leave for Nubra. Reaching Nubra we set up our camps and call it a day.
• Riding through Khardungla one of the highest motor able pass in the
• Stay at Nubra. (World Highest Desert)
Day 10 – 06th September (Nubra – Leh)
Approx. Kilometers for day 10: 114 km
We explore the cold desert of Nubra, which is located 3048 meters above sea level
and ride the 2 humped camels(Cost not included in the package). Post a late
breakfast we leave for Leh. We cross Khardungla once again, as we descend to Leh.
Late lunch in the city of Leh.
• Exploring Nubra.
Day 11 – 07th September (Leh – Pangong Tso)
Approx. Kilometers for day 11: 214 km
We leave for Pangong Tso in the morning with the needed camping gears and
essentials. 214 km on these roads is a difficult feat. We reach our destination late
evening and check in the local tent accommodation.
• Riding through the twisty roads to reach Pangong Tso.
• Staying in Luxury Tents at Pangong Tso Lake.
Day 12 – 08th September (Pangong Tso – Leh)
Approx. Kilometers for day 12: 214 km
We spend the night at Pangong Tso lake and getting up to the scenic view we leave
• Photo session at Pangong Tso lake.
Day 13 – 09th September (Leh – Kargil)
Approx. Kilometers for day 13: 200 km
After an early breakfast we hear for Kargil where we stop for the night. A long
journey for those road conditions.
• Magnetic Hill.
• Lamayuru Gompa
• Crossing Fotula Pass.
Day 14 – 10th September (Kargil - Srinagar)
Approx. Kilometers for day 14: 208 km
Post breakfast we head towards Kargil Memorial to pay our tribute to the fallen
martyrs of the Kargil war. After spending an hour we head towards Srinagar.
• Visiting Kargil Memorial.
• Halting at Drass world’s second coldest place.
• Crossing Zojila pass.
• Hot KAVA in the evening (local tea).
Day 15 – 11th September (Srinagar)
Approx. Kilometers for day 15:00 km
Next morning we get ready and go for a stole in the local street markets and for
those who would like to go for a ride in Shikara’s on Dal Lake can do so on their
We will service the bikes as they need to be in the best conditions for the roads
• Staying in houseboats.
• Shikara rides in the Dal Lake.
Day 16 – 12th September (Srinagar – Jammu)
Approx. Kilometers for day 16: 295 km
We leave early morning as we have to cover 295km to reach Jammu, our last of our
journey. Reaching our hotel, we settle in for the last night in our journey.
• Experiencing the transition in the scenic beauty after crossing 3km length of
Day 17 – 13th September (Jammu)
Approx. Kilometers for day 17: 00 km
Today we bid farewell to all the riders. After loading the bikes,