Himalayas Leh Ladakh Road Trip

Himalayas Leh Ladakh Road Trip

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Muthu H

The Ladhak Expedition organised by the team was really remarkable, they have adequate knowledge about the terrains and gave me an memorable trip for my life time.

Marimuthu Marimuthu

Trip to Ladakh was very good. Thanks team.

The Leh-Manali Highway is a high mountain road situated in India. It spans over a length of 479 km (298 mi) among the Himalaya mountain range. It passes through some of the world’s highest mountain passes in the world, with a mean altitude between 2 to 3 miles above sea level. Uncertain weather, high altitude, extreme cold and no civilization for miles make this a very treacherous track.

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Trip Overview

  • –      18,380ft
  • –     Roadtrip
  • –    16 Days
  • –    June to October
  • –      Solo or Group (Flexible for private groups)
  • –      Delhi - Srinagar
  • –      June 4th
  • –     Triumph Expedition gives you the minimum of three star category hotels which will make the travellers comfortable.

Trip Details

Ladakh, the Land of High Passes is one of the most beautiful and coveted holiday destinations in India. It calls to people of all ages to come find themselves in this mesmerizing arid mountain plateau. Home to some of the highest mountain passes in the world.

This trip takes you from Srinagar in Kashmir, through Kargil, Leh and finally on the highest motorable road of the world. This bike trip through some of the most amazing roads in the world will leave you mesmerized by the sights that you will encounter- mountains, waterfalls, and valleys.

Route : Delhi-Chandigrah-Manali-Jispa-Leh-Pangong-Nubra-Leh-Kargil-Sonmarg-Srinagar

Ladakh is open for tourists throughout the year, while the best period for the cultural tour is between April and October ending. For adventure tours from June to October is the suitable period. Most of the trekking routes are closed after November due to snow at high passes except the Liker to Khaltsey trek. The best period for Chadar-trek (frozen river trek) to Zanskar is from January to mid-March.

The festivals of Stok, Matho and New Year take place in winter and it is possible to visit monasteries in winters. There are few hotels and guest houses with heating facilities in Leh that provide accommodation in winter.

Triumph Expeditions organize bike and car trips at Summer and only car trips during winter.

Ladakh is spread over an area of 97,000 Sq. Kms and lies on an average of 3500 meters above the sea level. Ladakh has a population of around 1,70,000.


  • Day 01- Arrive Delhi

    Arrive Delhi at your convenience and check in to the pre-booked hotel.

    For those who do not have many purchases to make can relax in the hotel and prepare your body and mind for the great expedition ahead.

  • Day 02– Delhi to Chandigrah

    Today we flag off from Delhi, after a quick briefing, early enough to avoid the city traffic in the morning.

    Today's drive is completely through Delhi Chandigarh Highway, you will travel past some vast fields and simple villages in the plains of Haryana.

    Once we reach Chandigarh, we check in to our pre-booked hotel and relax.

    Depending on availability of time you will be taken to the mighty Rock Gardens of Chandigarh.

  • Day 03– Chandigrah – Manali

    Today you will leave the plains behind and gradually start to climb the mountains. We will be starting the day by checking out from the hotel with an early breakfast.

    Drive along National Highway 1 and admire the lush farms on both sides of the highway. You will also pass the serene hill station of Kullu, and enjoy driving along the gushing Beas River.

    We slowly reach Manali, fondly termed as the “Gateway to Ladakh”, by late evening, crossing the Himalayan towns like Mandi and Kullu.

    Himachal Pradesh is also known as the “Apple State of India”, so beware to see lots and lots of apple orchards along the way.

  • Day 04– Manali- Jispa

    Today we start our ride towards Jispa through the much-awaited Manali-Leh Highway. At a length of 9.02 kms, Atal Tunnel is the longest tunnel above 10,000 feet, and cuts the travel time between Manali and Leh  by around 3-4 hours. You enter the tunnel in Manali and end up in the Lahul Valley.

    And the very fact that you can travel from Manali to Sissu in 15-20 minutes via the Atal Tunnel is what has turned Atal Tunnel into the most talked about attraction in and around Manali. We continue the drive towards Jispa crossing the prominent villages and small mountain towns like Sissu and Keylong. Reach Jispa by early evening and check in to the pre-booked hotel or camp.

  • Day 05– Jispa – Leh

    Today we get to cross some great high altitude passes and other interesting road features before reaching Leh. The road conditions will be pretty much good with well-tarred roads throughout.

    After Deepak Tal, we start our climb towards the treacherous Baralacha Pass at 4890m,negotiating Zing Zing Bar and crossing the beautiful Emerald lake Suraj Tal on your right.

    You will find snow in Baralacha Pass Just after leaving Sarchu we start our climb towards Nakeela Pass at 4739m, crossing the zigzag Gata loop which is a series of 21 hairpin bends within a span of just 7KMS.

    We descended from Nakeela and soon again started to climb to reach the next high pass Lachung La at 5065m. Soon we reached Pang at 4600m, after descending from Lachung La, which is basically an Army Transit Camp claimed to be the highest in the world.

    From Upshi we will have the Indus river accompanying us along on the left side. We reach Leh by evening, check in to the hotel and relax.

  • Day0 6– Local Sight Seeing

    Today we rejuvenate yourself and reflect on the adventures of the last few days. The day can be utilised to roam around the Leh city and do some sightseeing of the attractions.

    Later head to the Shanti Stupa perched upon the hilltop in the Changspa region. Constructed to endorse world peace and to celebrate 2500 years of Buddhism, this monument is known to hold the relics of the Buddha at its base, enshrined by the 14th Dalai Lama himself.

    The evening is saved for exploring the colourful markets of Leh and getting insights into the lives of the warm, local people here

  • Day 07– Leh – Pangong Tso

    We check out from the hotel after breakfast and start our ride towards the much-awaited Pangong Tso Lake.

    Early morning Drive to the world famous Pangong-Tso crossing the Mighty Changla,World's, Second Highest Motorable Road.

    Pangong Lake is an endorheic lake in the Himalayas and one of the largest brackish lakes in, Asia

    We check-in into the luxury camps pre-booked and spend our late evening stroll along the serene lake.

  • Day 08– Pangong Tso –Nubra

    Today's ride is unique because of two major things, one, we will not cross any high altitude passes today and two, it is one of the least travelled routes in the whole trip.

    The outer world came to know about this route from Pangong Tso to Nubra via Shyok village and Agham only about a decade ago.

    The entire Nubra valley is a tourist destination in itself there’s nothing that isn't worth visiting. Nubra is a tri-armed valley located to the northeast of Ladakh valley.

  • Day 09– Nubra- Turtuk – Nubra

    After Breakfast, check out from the Hotel & visit Diskit Monastery.  We are heading towards Turtuk, one of the gateways to Siachen Glacier. If time permits you can also go for ATV ride (personal expense) and then continue further till Turtuk. 

    Turtuk falls in Baltistan- the place was under Pakistani control till 1971,Don't miss the chance to interact with the locals and their friendly behaviour - the whole feel is like being in Pakistan. You can try delicious apricots here which are major source of income for the locals 

    Visit Turtuk Waterfall and Turtuk Museum later on Enjoy the magnificent view of K2 peak while walking around.

  • Day 10– Nubra – Khardungla – Leh

    The road towards Khardungla is well paved and tarred till South Pullu and checkpoint before the pass, from here to North Pullu which is about 15KMS from Kahardung La is unpaved and mostly muddy, loose rocks and melting snow.

    Once in Khardung La we will have some quick photo sessions and continue our ride.

    Time to turn on the adventure mode at Khardungla (also popularly known as K-top) the doorway to Shyok and Nubra valleys and the world's topmost motorable pass according to BRO (Border Road Organization), with almost 'Heart in mouth' condition!

  • Day 11– Leh – Kargil

    The ride from Leh to Kargil is pretty fast and exciting with mostly good roads. We bid adieu to Leh and follow the mighty Indus towards Kargil through Leh - Srinagar Highway.

    The drive goes through a spectacular moonscape and reaches Lamayaru. Just after Lamayuru we start a gradual climb towards the Fotu La Pass at 4108m, after Fotu La you climb down a bit and again climb up for yet another pass which is Namika La Pass at 3700m. This twin passes are in Zanskar ranges and takes us into the Mulbekh valley.

    You will see many small villages along the route till you reach Kargil. Once in Kargil we check into our pre booked hotel and relax.

  • Day 12– Kargil – Srinagar

    The beauty of this route cannot be described here in words. This is something which has to be experienced directly. Our drive towards Kashmir Valley starts from Kargil and a few kilometers before reaching Drass we stop to visit the war memorial.

    After the visit we continue to ride towards Srinagar via Drass, Zojila Pass and Sonamarg. Drass is also known to be the second coldest inhabited place in the world. The life here is really harsh.

    After Drass we climb to cross the famed Zojila Pass at 3528m, the jaw dropping views from Zojila pass will make you completely happy and excited.

  • Day 13– Srinagar Sightseeing

    If paradise exists in this planet Earth, it is undoubtedly in Jammu and Kashmir. Dal Lake is the main attraction point in the city. Also called the ‘Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir’ or ‘Srinagar’s Crown’, this stunning lake is the second largest lake in the entire of Jammu and Kashmir.

    The Shalimar Bagh in Srinagar is truly a colourful gift of the nature. Built by the Mughal Emperor Jahangi, this lush and green garden is jotted with rare as well as exotic species of flora and dates back to the 2nd century.

    Nishat Bagh is the second largest Mughal Garden in Jammu and Kashmir.

    Another quintessential lake in Srinagar, the Nagin Lake is also known as the ‘Jewel in the Ring’ and is amongst the most scenic lakes in Jammu and Kashmir. Pari Mahal is also one of the must visit gardens in Srinagar.

  • Day 14– Srinagar - Pathankot

    Today’s drive will take us from the beautiful mountain valleys of Srinagar to the plains of Pathankot in Punjab.

    The road conditions are pretty much very good, which lets us negotiate more distance at less time.

    We cross the towns like Anantnag and Udhampur before reaching Pathankot. We check in to our pre booked comfortable hotel and spend a good night sleep.

  • Day 15– Pathankot - Delhi

    This day is very special in many ways. Today we end our trip in Delhi, it's pretty emotional that such an epic expedition is about to come to an end. But we are not going back empty handed, we are finishing the expedition with lots of beautiful memories, experiences and above all a new family to cherish. Then we check into the hotel for a well deserved freshen up. Soon after the souvenirs will be distributed along with some happy photo shoots of the entire team.

  • Day 16– Fly out from Delhi

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Inclusion & Exclusion

Inclusions :

  • Transport by Innova or equivalent vehicle.
  • Accommodation on twin occupancy at best available hotels/Camps.
  • Daily breakfast and dinner provided.
  • All Permissions.
  • Flight Tickets.
  • Complete Trip Assistance
  • A backup vehicle with mechanics.
  • 24X7 Medical supplies with oxygen cylinders.
  • Communication facilities.

Exclusions :

  • GST @ 5.0%
  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips, laundry, and phone calls
  • Any kind of drinks (alcoholic, mineral or aerated)
  • Any personal expenses
  • Cost of any form of rescue, evacuation, hospitalization, etc.
  • Anything not mentioned under Inclusions
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.

Things to Carry

  • Shirts/t-shirts, trousers/track pants
  • Windproof jacket, raincoat/poncho
  • Fleece/full-sleeve woollen sweater
  • Thermal inner wear (upper and lower)
  • Woollen cap, woollen gloves, scarf woollen socks along with extra pairs
  • Comfortable shoes with a thick sole
  • Towel, water bottle
  • Caps/hats and sunglasses
  • Walking stick/trekking pole
  • Sunscreen lotion, lip balm
  • Flashlight (with extra batteries)
  • Personal medication
  • Personal toiletries

Tour Type

  • This is a solo / group tour

Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

Why with us

We know that you have many options to choose from for adventure travel. There are companies out there that offer essentially the same trek and the same Road Trips for around the same price.

What makes travel with Triumph Expedition different?

We simply offer you more! More Culture, Value, Personal service, Experiences and Safety.

For ” Triumph It’s Not More A Business ,It’s Our Passion”.

Better Insight Into Culture

Going on one of Triumph Expedition means you’ll have the opportunity to:

Intimately know the people: Guides ,porters, their familiar and friends in the local communities.

Directly contribute to support of local economies.

Experience a variety of local foods.

Travel to special interest areas and new regions off the beaten path.

Personal Service

Triumph Expeditions has been in operation since 2015, Where we look back into our past the passion started 25 Years Back.

Our fully staffed operational office in India is working year round to assure you receive the best service.

Our guides specialize in the areas they know and love. They are expert in preventing and solving problems.

You will be treated as the member of Triumph Family.

You are welcome to speak with those who have previously traveled with us.

More Value For Your Money.

We offer true adventure at a competitive price. We do not cut corners. The services you receive are simply the best.

We keep our group size small (our favorite is around 6 to 8), which allows for flexibility, independent time, rest, exploration
and interesting side trips.

Once you have booked the trip with us , we guarantee the price will not increase and the trip will definitely run!

We provide the best possible group equipment (e.g. tents, sleeping bags and pads).

we Charge no single supplements, whenever possible.

A Safety Record Second to None

Our Team have completed trekking and mountaineering school. We have an ongoing training program to keep all our guides up-to-date on wilderness first aid and hygiene.

We always carry a group first aid lit and oxygen for our higher altitude treks and climbs.

In the unlikely event of a serious injury, we have on deposit funds that will allow for immediate helicopter dispatch.

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