Ultimate Ladhak Bike Expedition

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The Ultimate Bike Expedition Fixed Departure starting from June 24th to August 28th, 2017. This 11 nights & 12 days tour takes you through some of the world’s toughest roads and high mountain passes you have ever travelled before. Experience Ladakhi culture, a visit to Khardung La Pass, the highest motorable pass in the world along with a visit to Pangong Tso, one of the most famous and breathtaking lakes in the world. This and many more adventures await you as you take on this journey of a lifetime.

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    • Activity Level Tough
    • 1 - 15 riders
    All about the Ultimate Ladhak Bike Expedition.

    WeTrippy announces 2017 Leh-Ladhak Bike Expedition Fixed Departures, starting from June 2017.

    We have a total of SIX expeditions planned this year.

    1st Expedition: Saturday, June 24th - July 5th
    2nd Expedition: Friday, July 7th - July 18th
    3rd Expedition: Thursday, July 20th - July 31st
    4th Expedition: Wednesday, August 2nd - August 13th
    5th Expedition: Tuesday, August 15th - August 26th
    6th Expedition: Monday, August 28th - September 8th


    Special 15% discount offered for bookings done before March 31st. 2017.

    Suggested HOTELS & CAMPS used by us

    In Manali - Sylvan Woods Cottage / Manali Inn / Snow Princess
    In Jispa - Jispa Journeys Camps
    In Sarchu - Camp Planet Himalayas / Goldrop Adventure Camps
    In Leh City - Hotel Naro / Hotel Kaal or Similar
    In Nubra - Nature Nest Camp
    In Pangong Lake - Nature Nest Camp
    In TsoMoriri - Camp Yak / Camp Norling

    Trip Pricing

    Bike ride to Ladakh needs no introduction.

    So we will give you the basics here. This Bike ride features the following itinerary prices:

    1. Rs.23,999 per rider - If you are ON YOUR "OWN" BIKE
    2. Rs.40,000 per rider - If you are RENTING A BIKE from WeTrippy
    3. Rs.46,000 per rider - If you are RENTING A BIKE + FUEL from WeTrippy
    4. Rs.17,999 per pillion rider

    In all the above 3 options the following remain common -

    WeTrippy will take care of your Stay & Meals.

    Backup Vehicle, Mechanic & Necessary Spares will accompany only with groups above 11+ riders.

    Booking Amount:

    Pay Rs.2500 and book your spot.
    Balance in easy monthly instalments.


    Rs.5500 on or before Monday, April 10th
    Rs.6000 on or before Wednesday, May 10th
    Rs.9,999 in Manali (during check-in).

    Reporting Schedule

    Manali is our Starting point for the trip so everyone has to reach Manali.

    Coming on your OWN Bike

    You will have to report directly in Manali, if you are coming on your own Bikes. Kindly plan your trip from your home city, accordingly.

    RENTING Bike from us in Manali

    WeTrippy will arrange for your Volvo Tickets from Delhi/Chandigarh to Manali. Overnight journey from Delhi/Chandigarh to Manali in Semi Sleeper AC Volvo.

    On reaching Manali, we will provide you the bikes, after completing all the formalities.

    Original Documents (to confirm) along with a self-attested copy of these documents will be needed for Renting a Bike

    1. Valid Driving License
    2. PAN Card Copy
    3. Aadhar Card
    4. Passport size Photographs - 5 Nos.
    5. Medical Certificate

    Kindly carry 2 sets of the above documents to be used in Manali as well as Leh.

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • This is a Group Trip so all accommodation & stay arrangements will be on sharing basis in cozy & comfortable Homestays/Hotels and deluxe camps.
    • Buffet Meals, on all days of the trip, along with AM/PM Tea/Coffee.
    • All Camps available with attached toilet facility.
    • Lockers & Wash and Change Facility also available on request.
    • Stay on Twin, Triple or Quad sharing basis (based on package selected)
    • Experienced & Professional Guides
    • Well furbished and Good Conditioned Bikes
    • Backup Vehicles with experienced Mechanics and First Aid kits.
    • Forest Entry and all Necessary Permissions
    • First Aid & Oxygen Cylinders (on request)
    Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • No airfare or any private / group additional transportation arrangement other than that mentioned in the Inclusions above, or extra over and above the package plan.
    • Return transportation / airfare from Leh to Home city.
    • Cost of Flights or Transportation or Personal travel
    • Travel insurance, any expenses towards medical exigencies and other emergencies, however, all help will be provided for any medical exigencies, if any.
    • Potter for Personal Luggage
    • Personal expenses towards tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
    • Liquors, beers and bottled beverages
    • Photography accessories like cameras etc.
    • Any other cost not mentioned in the inclusions.
    • Unforeseen handling costs due to weather disturbance, landslides, political unrest.
    1. Reporting Day For Delhi / Chandigarh Participants

      Important Instructions

      • This is a Fixed Departure Tour, therefore you will need to report at the Delhi's – RK Ashram Terminal latest by at 04:30 PM.
      • Alternately for those of you joining us from Chandigarh will need to report at 10:30 PM on your selected reporting date.
      • For those coming on their own bikes will need to reach Manali on their own.

    2. Day 1 Your arrival day in Manali

      Your Volvo Journey

      • Overnight at the BaseCamp in Manali.
      • Your trip starts with an exciting overnight journey to Manali from Delhi & Chandigarh in a Volvo Bus. This is one of the best mode of travel to Manali.
      • Delhi to Manali is approx 540 Kms, and it takes around 12 to 13 hours to reach Manali from Delhi. (Distance from Delhi to Chandigarh is 230 Kms around 5 hours and Chandigarh to Manali is 310 Kms around 7 to 8 hours).
      • The Volvo normally takes a halt for Dinner near Chandigarh and another stop, early morning just before Manali for a hot cup of tea.
      • As you sip your tea, you can already see the snow clad mountains and cool breeze blowing across your face. Welcome to The Valley of Gods, Himachal Pradesh.

      Welcome to the Valley of the Gods!

      • Welcome to Manali, your reporting point at the Base Camp Manali. (Maximum Height Gained 6,610 Ft/2050M).
      • Riders with own Bike may report directly at the Base Camp Manali on this day.
      • Upon your arrival at Manali (probably around 9AM), our representative will meet you at the Manali Volvo Stand and escort you to the hotel. Please check-in to the hotel & relax. You can get fresh & proceed for a hearty breakfast.
      • Detailed Route Orientation & Bike Distribution in the Evening. Bike Check up & Trial Ride.

      What all you can do in Manali.

      • Today is a easy day so enjoy your visit to Manali.
      • The day is at leisure, go sightseeing or try local food. Post-noon, enjoy sightseeing, River Crossing, Rock Climbing and Rappelling or rent a bike to ride by the river beas and explore Old Manali.
      • You can also visit the famous Hidimba Temple and Manu Temple or go visit the famous Vashisth Hot Springs.

    3. Day 2 Start for Jispa via Solang & Rohtang Pass

      Crossing Rohtang Pass and Beyond

      • We hope you had a good night sleep as today, after breakfast, you will be beginning your journey onwards, towards Ladhak.
      • Drive from Manali to Jispa after breakfast via the famous Rohtang Pass.

        Rohtang Pass

        Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3978 m, (13051 ft.) It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is around 51 kms. from Manali. The word “Rohtang" in the local language means “pile of corpse” due to many people dying on the pass while trying to cross it, due to bad weather. Day trips from Manali to Rohtang Pass are quite popular during the tourist season, with tourists usually heading back to Manali in the afternoon.
      • Thankfully the tourist traffic almost vanishes as soon as you cross Rohtang, except for those traveling ahead to Keylong or in the Spiti direction.
      • Manali to Jispa is approx 140 kms and a 5 to 6 hours journey usually takes almost the entire day, due to bad road conditions ahead of Rohtang.
      • Interestingly, the only official Indian Oil petrol pump on the Manali-Leh highway is at a village called Tandi (3080 m / 10,100 ft) just 22 kms before Keylong. Almost all the vehicles driving ahead towards Leh get their tanks filled up here.
      • So please ensure you get your tank as well your other fuel containers completely full at this point.
      • Also while your other biker colleagues are getting their tanks filled, you should stop aside and take pictures at the sign-board as a keepsake.
      • Jispa, is a village in Lahaul and located 20 km north of Keylong and 7 km south of Darcha along the Manali-Leh Highway, on the Bhaga river. There are approximately 20 villages between Jispa and Keylong.
      • On reaching Jispa, check-in to your hotel and freshen-up. After a hot tea with mixed pakoras, try walking down to the Bhaga river before sunset. The entire valley around the place is very beautiful. Don’t forget to take your gloves and warm cap as it will get quite cold on your way back to the hotel
      • Delectable dinner and comfortable overnight stay.

    4. Day 3 Jispa to Sarchu

      Ride ahead to Sarchu

      • Start your ride early from Jispa to Sarchu after breakfast.
      • During today's ride you will be passing thru some of the most beautiful trains on the Manali-Leh highway. As you cross Jispa, you will be climbing to cross the famous Baralacha Pass (5030 m, 16,500 ft).
      • Soon you will reach Bharatpur where you will stop for lunch
      • Rest for a while and then continue your ride to Sarchu

        Baralacha Pass

        Folklore states that there were two lovers, Chandra being the daughter of the Moon and Bhaga the son of the Sun god. To perform their eternal marriage, they decided to climb to the Bara-lacha-la and from there they ran in opposite directions. Chandra being active and smart, easily found her way and reached Tandi after covering the distance of 115 km (71 mi). Soon Bhaga was found coming with great struggle through the narrow gorges to Tandi, where consequently both met and the celestial marriage was performed. Bhaga covered about 60 km (37 mi) distance, which was very difficult. Baralachala means summit with cross roads from Spiti, Ladakh, Zanskar and Lahaul meet here and in ancient times it was part of a trade route. On the North West lies the Bhaga River while the Chandra flows south-east. Near below the Baralacha-la is having a beautiful emerald lake the Suraj tal (Sun lake), the source of the river Bhaga.  


        An important stopover on the Leh-Manali highway, Sarchu lies on the boundary of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Situated at an elevation of just over 14,500 ft between the Himalayan mountain passes of Baralacha La and Lachlung La, Sarchu is of great importance mainly due to its location on the Leh-Manali highway. Sarchu, also known as Sir Bhum Chun, closely resembles Ladakh with its barren splendor and is a beehive of activity between May and September when the snow melts and the Leh-Manali highway is open for traffic. An important trading point in the ancient Silk Route, Sarchu is still a hot favorite with traders, nomadic tribes and adventure seekers. Between May and September, Sarchu becomes the starting point for treks to Zanskar in Ladakh. A trip to Sarchu has its own challenges; altitude sickness being the foremost among them. Travelers often ascend from lower altitude to acclimatize to the rarefied atmosphere; traveling from Keylong and traveling up to Sarchu is the preferred route.

    5. Day 4 Journey to Leh

      Travel to Leh & Ladhak

      • Start your drive from Sarchu towards Leh after breakfast.
      • This drive will be one of the most memorable rides of your life as you will be passing thru unbelievable landscapes, biggest plateau Shyang Chu Thang, 21 road turnings (the 21 Ghata Loops), countless small and big monasteries. Most significantly, you will be crossing another 3 of the world’s highest passes - Nakee La (4769 m, 15,675 ft), Lachung La (5059 m, 16,600 ft) and Tanglang La (5328 m, 17,480 ft).

        Tanglang La Pass

        Tanglang La is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 5328 m, (17,480 ft.). The pass is believed to be the 2nd highest motorable pass in the world, but that is not correct. It is 70 kms ahead of Pang crossing over Mori plains. There is a holy temple and a number of sign boards to help you out where one of the sign boards give details about the altitude of the pass and the other tells that from the pass, Leh is around 111 kms. Travellers normally stop for a picture as well as pay their respects at the holy temple. Surprisingly, it is the residence of the nomadic Changpa herdsman who can be seen herding their cattle and goats around the Pass.
      • And yes, whenever and wherever you wish to stop for a picture, please request your driver as we assure you that this journey will be worth capturing for a long long time.
      • On reaching Leh, check-in to your hotel and freshen-up. It would be late in the evening when you arrive in Leh so best is to take rest or step outside and explore the local market nearby to your hotel.
      • Again, don’t forget to take your gloves and warm cap as it will get quite cold on your way back to the hotel
      • Dinner and comfortable overnight stay at your hotel.

      Juley - The magic word in Leh

      Yes, Let us warn you. Each time you say “Juley” when some local Ladhaki person offers you anything, you will be amazed to see the infectious smile on their lovely faces. You can say Juley (or Juleh) when you want to say hello, goodbye, thank you, how are you, nice to meet you and you’re welcome. So isn’t Juley the Magic word? Don’t believe us. Try it for yourself.

    6. Day 5 Relax & Explore Leh City

      Rest Day in Leh

      • This is the liesure day in Leh to explore in and around places in Leh.
      • There are quite a few places in Leh town which you should absolutely visit during your day stay in Leh, today.
      • The Khar which houses the Leh Palace Tsemo Castle and Namgyal Gompa on the same hills and Shanti Stupa built on a hilltop in Changspa region of Leh are two places one must visit.

        Leh Main Bazaar

        The best place for shopping is Leh main baazar where you can have finest of cuisines and shop for variety of accessories, woollens and other memorabilia. Leh main bazaar is the busiest place in leh Ladakh.
      • Incase you are interested, best way to explore Leh city is to hire a Royal Enfield motorcycle. It normally costs between Rs.1200 to Rs.1400 per bike per day. Petrol extra. Our Local Tour Manager in Leh will be able to assist you with arranging for a bike.
      • Later in the evening do go out and explore the local market, but don’t forget to take your gloves and warm cap as it will get quite cold on your way back to the hotel
      • Dinner and comfortable overnight stay at your hotel.

    7. Day 6 Desert Beyond Khardung La

      It’s Khardung La Today!

      • Today is the day when you will be passing across the Khardung La Pass - is one of the highest motor able road in the world (and certainly not the highest roads).
      • At 5602 m, 18,380 ft. Khardung La Pass is just 40 kms from Leh city and quite visible, only if you ask a local person. The Pass is the gateway to the Shyok and Nubra valleys.
      • Everyone is excited to stop and take a picture in-front of the Khardung La board. Infant many a times there is a long queue of travellers waiting their turn for the picture in front of the board.
      • And while others are busy with pictures, there is an excellent cafe - Rinchen Cafeteria when you are at Khardung La and you must try their Maggie and Masala Tea. There is a Souvenir Shop as well as a Goddess Durga & Lord Ganesh temple here.
      • But please DO NOT STAY at the Khardung La for more than 20 - 25 minutes. It is not advisable due to high altitude and people do tend to feel a bit uncomfortable if they stay here too long.

        A word of Caution

        The Khardung La zone is prone to heavy mist, snowstorms and blizzards, and driving under these conditions, can be extremely challenging and dangerous due to low visibility conditions. Our Tour manager will be able to advise you of the onward journey incase of any unwarranted situation. Please pay close attention to our Tour Manager and follow his instructions all the time. Do not travel this pass in severe weather conditions. Avalanches, heavy snowfalls and landslides can occur anytime.

      Welcome to Nubra Valley

      • Continue your journey onwards towards Diskit & Nubra valley.
      • Diskit is one of the major towns in Nubra region. It is a popular destination for tourists and is situated around 118 km from Leh. Situated on the banks of river Shyok, Diskit has many home-stay and guest house options that are open throughout the year. The main market is a small place with a few tiny restaurants. Diskit Monastery / Gompa is also quite popular with the tourists and you will be visiting it on your way to Hunder. This is the oldest and the largest Gompa in the Nubra region with a giant 33 metre high Maitreya Buddha statue, facing Pakistan - as a symbol of peace. Established in 14th Century, it is associated with the Thiksey Monastery (situated near to Leh city)
      • As you near the Hunder Town, you will see a sudden change in the landscape. The rugged mountains will gradually change into a cold desert.
      • Check-in to your camp and fresh up. Later if you want you can drive to the Hunder desert. Do meet and take pictures with the double hump bactrian camels a symbol of Nubra Valley.
      • Dinner and comfortable overnight stay at your camp.

    8. Day 7 Onward to The High Grasslands (Pangong Tso)

      It’s Pangong Lake Today!

      • After an amazing drive across one of the highest motor able road in the world yesterday, you will be once again be driving thru one of the most scenic and isolated parts of this region.
      • Your destination is the famous Pangong Tso. - Lake in local language is called Tso.
      • Today you will be driving mostly along the Shyok river till you reach Pangong Lake.

        Pangong Lake

        Situated at roughly 4350 m, 14,270 ft. Pangong Lake is 134 kms long and extends from India into China. Approximately 60% of the length of the lake lies in China. The lake is 5 km (3.1 mi) wide at its broadest point. All together it covers 604 km2. During winter the lake freezes completely, despite being saline water.
      • Check-in to your camp on reaching the Pangong Lake and fresh up.
      • Do catch the sunset reflected over the beautiful lake as it changes its colours over the beautiful blue sky and bronze snow capped mountains
      • There is also an Army base by the lake and a souvenir shop in case you are interested to buy something that would remind you of the trip.
      • Dinner and comfortable overnight stay at your camp.

    9. Day 8 Return back to Leh

      145 kms Drive back to Leh

      • We suggest you get up early (preferably before sunrise) to photograph and capture the beauty of the lake during sunrise. It’s is indeed worth the effort.
      • And once your done, come back to your camp for a hot tea and hearty breakfast.
      • Pack your stuff as you will be driving back to Leh via Chang La pass (which is 3rd highest road in the world at 5362 m, 17,590 ft.
      • Along the way you will be passing thru a bustling town of Tangste which has a few shops, hotels and guest houses. It is also a good place to stop for lunch or some snacks.
      • Your journey will take approximately 7 to 8 hours and you will have adequate time to return back to Leh and plan your evening.
      • On reaching your hotel in Leh, you can settle down and begin to download all the 1000s of photographs you have taken so far or simply have a hot shower, relax, or walk down to the Leh market to buy a souvenir for your loved one at home.
    10. Day 9 Leh to Sarchu

      Return back to Manali

        Ride from Leh to Sarchu (260 Kms/8-9 Hours) via the TanglangLa Pass (17480 ft. / 5328 m) Overnight at Sarchu.
        Incase you are planning on returning back in a vehicle or shared taxi then there are quite a few private and public transport available from Leh that can take you back to Manali. Usually there are shared taxi (Tempo Traveller) from Leh market, going to Manali. It will cost you around Rs.2000 per seat while a private vehicle (Toyota Innova) will cost you between Rs.16,000 to Rs.19,000 depending on the driver. This journey will be done at a stretch and you will be covering most of the road during the night. If you leave Leh between 7 or 8PM you will be reaching Manali next afternoon between 3 to 4PM, just in time to catch the evening Volvo to Delhi.
        In case you want to travel back by road to Manali and want out team’s assistance in arranging a seat for you, kindly inform us a day prior. Our local team in Leh will assist you to reserve your seat for overnight journey to Manali at an additional cost.

    11. Day 10 Sarchu to Manali

        From Sarchu you ride back to Manali via Baralacha Pass, Jispa & Keylong Overnight in Manali.

    12. Day 11 Return back with fond memories.

      Your Trip Ends Here

      • After breakfast, checkout of the hotel and begin your next journey back home.
      • Today your Trip Ends with us.
      • You will have the option to take a Volvo Bus back to your home destination (if you have already booked your return tickets). We can assist you with your Volvo Bus Tickers, at an additional cost.

    • Your stay and accommodation will be on Twin sharing basis, preferably a family suite in Homestays or hotels.
    • You can leave your luggage Safely at your hotel in Leh for onward journey Nubra & Pangong Tso and collect the same when you return.
    • You will be staying in Deluxe camps at Nubra and Pangong Tso.
    • Child below 5 Yrs of age will be complimentary.
    • Child between 5 - 12 years will be charged 75% of the package cost (ie. Rs.20,000) and will be provided with an Extra Bed.

    Suggested HOTELS & CAMPS used by us

    In Manali - Sylvan Woods Cottage / Manali Inn / Snow Princess
    In Jispa - Jispa Journeys Camps
    In Sarchu - Camp Planet Himalayas / Goldrop Adventure Camps
    In Leh City - Hotel Naro / Hotel Kaal or Similar
    In Nubra - Nature Nest Camp
    In Pangong Lake - Nature Nest Camp
    In TsoMoriri - Camp Yak / Camp Norling

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.


    • Comfortable clothes
    • Windproof jacket, Raincoat / Poncho
    • Fleece / Full-sleeve Woollen sweater
    • Thermal inner wear (upper and lower)
    • Woollen cap, Woollen gloves, Woollen socks along with extra pairs
    • Raincoat / Poncho
    • Scarf
    • Comfortable Trekking/Hiking shoes with a thick sole
    • Towel
    • Water bottle
    • Cap / Hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Walking stick / Trekking pole
    • Sunscreen Lotion
    • Lip Balm
    • Torch / Flashlight (with extra batteries)
    • Personal medication
    • Personal toiletries
    • Books, if required.
    • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; so please take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
    • Pay heed to the tour guides and instructors in order to avoid any mishaps
    • Follow the rules and guidelines of the local authorities.
    • All bookings are strictly subject to availability and confirmation by payment of Non-refundable Advance.
    • All payments to be made in advance.
    • No Check-in to the Manali Hotel without full payment confirmation.
    • No Check-in without valid Govt approved ID. Your id will be checked before Check-in.
    • No pickup/drop will be made on­route. No detours will be made for picking up/dropping people.
    • Departure time is given and is fixed. You have to report by that time. It's on you to update your status to trip coordinator. Anyone missing the check-in will not be entertained for refund etc and it will not be WeTrippy’s responsibility. We will try to call you twice before departure. Any phone not getting connected will not be WeTrippy’s responsibility.
    • Timings are sacrosanct. Two times follow up will be done on phone. If we are unable to reach/we do not get a communication, we will be departing. No refund will be made for late arrival no matter what the reason for the delay is.
    • We request not to travel with heavy luggage only light luggage or bags are allowed.
    • Management shall not take responsibility of a missing items during trip, hence requested not to travel with too much ornaments, jewelry, cash and other etc.
    • All our packages are ‘group packages’ and same services/items are applicable for each person in the group.
    • Any meal, activity or service not availed by the participants will not be adjusted in the package cost and non-refundable under any circumstances.
    • We do not allow drinking during the expedition. Anyone found drunk at the time of expedition will be refused entry and no amount will be refunded. WeTrippy also reserves the right to discontinue your trip at any point on the grounds of misconduct.
    • We entertain only those persons at the campsite for whom the booking has been made. No additional persons will be entertained under any circumstances until communicated through email.
    • We do not have any insurance policy covering the expenses for accident, sickness, loss due to theft or any other reason, guests are advised to seek such insurance arrangements in their home country. We shall not be responsible for any delays & alterations in the program or expenses incurred­ directly or indirectly due to natural hazards, accident, breakdown of machinery, equipment's, transport, weather condition, sickness, landslides, political closures or any untoward incidents.
    • Numerous factors such as weather, road conditions, the physical ability of participants etc. may dictate itinerary change. We reserve the rights to change any schedule in the interest of safety, comfort & general well-being.
    • We reserve the right to revoke services of anyone not following the instructions of our guide during an activity. We reserve to right for cancellation in case someone misbehaves under influence of alcohol.
    • Do not encourage or participate in littering in any form
    • Do not disturb the local life in any form
    • While visiting the religious sites dress modestly and accordingly
    • Avoid roaming during the nights
    • Monument entrances, rafting & camel safari charges are to be borne by individual.
    • The following can be availed at extra prices as mentioned:
      • Two hump camel ride at Nubra valley at sand dunes: INR 350 (15 mins) / INR 700 (30 mins)
      • 1 Litre Packaged water bottle: INR 30 per bottle.
    • Oxygen cylinder Rs. 500-700 per day in Leh.
    • Consult with a physician if you are fit to undertake the journey. Local medical hospital services are available at Leh and Dixit (Nubra)
    • Your trip takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.
    • Since you will be travelling through many local villages it’s advised to observe decency and respect the local customs as advised by your local guides and trek instructors, from time to time.
    • Avoid taking pictures of locals if they are not interested.


    Any member of the group, if found creating any indecency or misbehaving with any fellow member and or not observing or following the instructions of the tour guides / instructors, will be asked to leave the trip immediately at his own cost. No refund of any nature will be entitled to such member.

    • Minimum 25% advance is required to block your booking. Balance 07-10 days prior to travel date.
    • If travel date is between 10 days of booking date, then 100% advance is required to secure the booking


    • If any cancellations are made before the start date of the trip, 100% of booking value 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.


    • Once you are booking with us, you will receive a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking.
    • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
    • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking and a full refund will be processed.


    By Road

    Manali is well connected to Delhi.

    Take an overnight bus from Delhi and you will reach Manali in 12 ‐ 14 hours (approx 540 KMS). Tickets can be booked online at or

    Important Tip:

    Since Delhi - Manali is a long journey, most Volvo private buses leave Delhi between 5 pm and 6 pm. The last govt bus leaves at 8.30 pm from ISBT Kashmere Gate. Volvo buses charges between Rs.1,000 to 1,400 per sector from Delhi to Manali and vice versa. Manali to Delhi: Like the onward journey, buses leave from Manali to Delhi between 4 and 5 p.m. Your tentative arrival at Delhi may be anywhere between 6 a.m and 10 a.m. Plan your onward journeys only post noon giving enough buffer for bus delays.

    By Train / Railways

    Nearest Railway station is Ambala (350 kms) and Chandigarh (310 kms).

    Important Tip:

    Regular Volvo and Buses are available from Chandigarh to Manali in the evening. Volvo buses charges between Rs.700 to Rs.1,000 per sector from Chandigarh to Manali and vice versa.

    Tip: Regular Volvo and Buses are available from Chandigarh to Manali in the evening. Volvo buses charges between Rs.700 to Rs.1,000 per sector from Chandigarh to Manali and vice versa.

    By Air

    Nearest Airport is Bhuntar is 60 Kms. ​Bhuntar, which is 52 km away from Manali, is the nearest airport. Taxi services are available from Bhuntar to Manali, which costs about Rs.700‐ Rs.1,000. Bhuntar is well connected to Delhi by air. The airliners that take you to this Airport are Indian Airlines, Kingfisher airlines, MDLR Airlines and Jagson Airlines, operating flights from Delhi and Chandigarh to Kullu.

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