MOTORCYCLING TOURS INDIA / HIMALAYA
The Manali Leh Highway is the holy grail for all motorcycle enthusiasts,
Taking you to Khardung La which at 5,540 m is disputably the highest motorable road in the world but it’s the bits in between that actually make this journey legendary.
“The Himalayas is a fickle mistress” comes to mind as one is reminded that you could only propose a journey into the Himalayas, it was upto the Mountains to allow passage.
Tha Manali Leh Highway is the holy grail for all motorcycle enthusiasts, taking you to Khardung La which at 5,540 m is disputably the highest motorable road in the world but its the bits in between that actually make this journey legendary.Rivers, wind, snow and its melt are the architects in this region and what they have created goes beyond description.
Unimaginable landscapes, shapes, gullies, and river beaches dot the ever-changing landscape. Its a mixture of wonder, awe and bewilderment as you traverse from the green of Rohtang, to the icy white of Baralacha,to the Martian landscapes near Pang to the lunar setting of the eerie More plains.
You will return cos you have found a lover who is as demanding as she is generous.
WELCOME to THE HIMALAYAS.
10 day road trip on the most adventurous road in the world. Khardung La,the highest motorable road at 5348, the Manali-Leh highway, Khardung La, Hundar, Pangong, Tso Kar, Diskit Gompa, Royal Enfield,
Unpredictable weather ranging from rain, to bright sunshine, snow blizzards to sand storms.
INR 200,000/ Person
“I was traveling with my 2 nieces and joined a Karma Yatri group. It was one of the most special experiences we could imagine. Everyone on the tour was friendly and we became one big family by the end of the trip. ”
– Chantal, Manon, Anne- 2014
“I loved riding on the classic bike in my awesome trip, something else here too , thanks a ton!!”
– Guy on Ride
“This was the first of many trips with Karma Yatri. I traveled with 2 other friends and experienced Ladakh under some unique circumstances. I have been on tip in Bhutan and the lower Himalayas since this trip. ”
– Nils Finger- 2015