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If you are looking for a trip of a lifetime, Ladakh is the destination for you. One of the most beautiful regions in the world with deep cultural and spiritual roots, the small kingdom is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, breath-taking mountains, mesmerizing fields, and beautiful valleys.

You can take out your bike or rent a bike and set out for a journey you will never forget for your next Ladakh bike trip.

 Ladakh is the only Indian province to have a Buddhist majority. Set in an extremely arid region, its colourful, meandering valleys are home to spectacular mountain landscapes, crystal clear lakes, sharp-edged coniferous forests and no end of historic monasteries.

It is a paradise of a place for a traveller a place of tranquillity solitude and beauty. Ladakh package is a place that captures people's heart and soul with every step they take.

You can either go to Ladakh by yourself or you can book Leh – Ladakh tour package through various websites to make your trip hassle-free.

The journey begins with this little town of Manali. Manali experiences a tremendous climate change towards the north side of the town so this gives you a wonderful experience itself. This place best serves as an ideal starting point for people who are visiting Ladakh, however, there are other places in Himachal where you can visit which are equally attractive.

When you will be riding from Manali to Leh, you will find the last petrol station at Tandi, a village in Lahaul district, until you reach Leh, so make sure your vehicle has a full tank of petrol and you are carrying some extra litres with you.

During your ride to Ladakh via Manali, you can either ride through Rohtang Pass or take the shorter route through Atal Tunnel. After entering Lahaul valley in In Himachal Pradesh, you will come across various spots like Tandi, Jispa, Sarchu and via Baralacha Pass you will enter the region of Ladakh.

Highlights –

  • Ride through high altitude passes of Himachal and Ladakh
  • A thrilling drive to Rohtang Pass
  • Cross the Bara-Lacha La Pass to enter Ladakh
  • Explore various monasteries on your way to Ladakh
  • Drive to Khar dung La & Chang La Pass
  • Ride to Pangong Tso lake.


Ladakh is on a higher altitude, where the sun can be burning your skin sometimes. The high altitude can also cause high altitude sickness which has its own symptoms like dizziness, nausea, headache and more.

Here are a few things you should carry while riding to Ladakh-



For protection from sun and UV-rays:

  • Sun Glasses
  • Sunscreen Lotion with high SPF (30 or above)
  • Mustard Oil (for applying in nostrils as it can become dry and painful due to dry and cold winds of Ladakh)
  • Lip Oil or Lip Balm
  • Gloves for bikers.
  • Thicker jackets and Mufflers
  • Caps or Hats
  • Water/Wind proof jacket.



To have a pleasant and safe ride, make sure you follow the following steps-


  •       Keep yourself Hydrated
  •       Keep a Healthy diet
  •       Do not ride all the way to Leh, Take Pit stops to acclimatize
  •       Avoid drinking or smoking
  •       Avoid Over- Hydration
  •       Do not eat unhealthily, eat high protein and carbohydrates
  •       Do not get exposed directly to the sun
  •       If you are suffering through sever acute altitude sickness, do not go any further
  •       Do not stay at high altitude passes for a long time
  •       Do not stay under-dressed as you can catch cold and fever.



Ladakh can be a journey of a lifetime for you if you do not ignore such minute details.

Break away from your busy everyday life to explore on an epic bike packing adventure in Ladakh group tour with Capture A Trip. A destination that offers the perfect combination of active recreation, spectacular landscapes, fascinating history, and rich culture. Life is on these backcountry roads, with scenic mountain ranges, northern desert plains, and preserved traditional villages.




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