List Of Places For An Overnight Stay During Himalayan Motorbike Tour

The Himalayan motorbike tour offers unforgettable moments and experiences in life. It is on the bucket list of every traveler. Riding through the scenic views of the Himalayas, the rugged mountain roads, snaking mountain passes, desolate valleys, and vibrant small towns- the Himalayan bike tour packages take you on an incredible journey and region. Visiting unimaginable places such as Khardung La Pass, Sissu, Nubra valley, Baralachal La Pass, and more, Himalaya motorbike tour packages will surely fulfill your urge for adventure. Here is the list of places you must do an overnight stay during the bike tour.

List Of Places For An Overnight Stay During Himalayan Motorbike Tour

Ladakh

Past Buddhist kingdom, Ladakh is a wonderland in the Himalayas. Arid mountains, panoramic gompas, colorful flags, dramatic rocky outcrops, and a meditational environment are a few glimpses that describe Ladakh. It is one of the places considered a synonym of heaven for souls looking to satiate their adventurous needs. With the well-balanced blend of traditions and ecological awareness Ladakh is also known as the “Land of Passes.” Ladakh is at an elevation of 2750-7672 meters above the sea, offering rich topography that consists of lush green grasslands, hilly rugged terrains, and high-altitude peaks. Ladakh has many options for trekking in Ladakh, making it a popular destination for a Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh.

Leh

The magical view of Leh will mesmerize you every time you’ll take a look at its photo. Leh is a heavenly and mystic travel destination amidst the Himalayas. The rugged terrains of the valley and giant mountains, whirling roads united with the vibrant Himalayan cultural life upkeeps the charm of the region. Leh is the destination that crosses everyone’s mind when they hear about a bike trip. It is one of the popular destinations for bike tour packages. The frozen paradise has many best tourist places in Leh, such as Sankar Gonpa, Shanti Stupa, Hall of fame, Leh Palace, Choglamsar, and more.

Nubra Valley

Another beautiful destination on a Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh is Nubra Valley. It is also amongst the moonscapes of Ladakh valley and is located at a distance of 106 km from Leh, being a gateway to the upper part like Siachen. The deep-cut valley was formed by mixed effects of the Nubra and Shyok rivers. Nubra Valley is the cold desert which is an extension of Qing-Zang Plateau (Tibetan Plateau) starting in China and covers up to Ladakh and is the most beautiful part of the union territory. Nubra Valley homes Hunder dunes, Yarab Tso Lake, Diskit Monastery, Turtuk and Panamik village, and more.

Manali

Manali, a famous hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh, is the starting point of many Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh. Located amidst the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal range, Manali offers the most magnificent views of the Himalayas. Manali is a hub of many treks like the Parvati Valley trek, Beas Kund trek, Hampta pass trek, Prashar Lake trek, and many more. Manali to Leh is the most popular biking route in India because you get to familiarize yourself with the high altitude during the journey. The scenic routes of Manali will cast a spell on you to explore the zigzagging mountain terrains and picturesque views.

Rohtang Pass

Any bike trip to Ladakh would be incomplete without passing through Rohtang Pass. The pass is quite famous amongst bikers for the scenic views of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, the Chandra River, and the Lahaul valley. Rohtang pass is 51 km from Manali and part of the Pir Panjal Himalayan range. Rohtang pass is the highest pass in the Himalayas, at the height of 3978 meters. Not just it, it is also one of the highest motorable highways. As you ride through the Rohtang Pass, the dramatic scenes will remind you of the movie Jab we met and Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani.

Keylong

Nestled between Spiti and Lahaul district, Keylong makes the perfect place to stop during a Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh. The serene place has dry weather and does not have lush green, but the snow-capped mountains and picturesque region are rich in mountain culture and relaxing small-town life. Keylong is a stop-over for bikers and travelers and generally stays for a day. But stay longer to explore the untamed scenic routes and hidden monasteries that Keylong has to offer. In our bike tour packages, you don’t have to worry about taking the special permit required to visit Keylong from Tourist Development Council Manali, as we do all the paperwork.

Sarchu

Sarchu, also known as Sir Bhum Chun, is situated at the border of Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh. The place is famous for an overnight stay for bikers and adventurers who travel via the Leh-Manali expressway. The camping site Sarchu is 220 km away from Manali and 250 km from Leh, offering stunning views of the mighty Himalayas. The best way to enjoy the scenic views and serene environment of this tiny hamlet nestled between Lachulung La Pass and Baralacha La Pass is by an overnight stay in camp. Sarchu is the base camp for many treks like the Zanskar trek, Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh, tours to Spiti valley, and more.

Lamayuru

Known as “Moonland of Ladakh, Lamayuru is located on Leh-Kargil Road. This tiny village is famous for homing the largest and oldest monastery and offers landscapes like the one on the moon carved in the mountains. The location of the Lamayuru has never been a concern for vivid travelers, and what matters is the spellbound beauty and picturesque moonlike landscapes. There is an overnight stay in this place during the Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh.

Pangong Tso Lake

Have you ever heard Peace, Serenity, Silence, and Heaven are in one place? Come to Pangong Lake and witness it by yourself. Also known as Pangong Tso, it is a famous place in Ladakh and one of the hot spots on the Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh. The calm and breath-taking Pangong Tso is 14,270 feet above sea level and is 12 km long amid India and China. It is one of the highest altitude lakes in the world and is famous for its color-changing phenomenon. Though there is no aquatic life present due to saline water in the lake, it still attracts migrating birds. The lake got famous after the movie 3 Idiots, and the yellow scooter is at the lakeside where one can click photos.

These places are added to our Himalayan motorbike tour to Leh and Ladakh, along with a few more. When you book bike tour packages with us, bike, hotel/camp stay, meals, Inner line permits, and many more amenities are included in our packages to provide comfort. For more information, visit our official website.

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