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Stupendous, breathtaking, spectacular, marvellous, gorgeous, incredible, awesome, WOW! Just some of the many superlatives that are used by visitors to Ladakh. And this trip is on a road that is considered among the finest road trips in the world! Each day of the journey filled with many moments to cherish and remember.

The ride into Ladakh is a memory to cherish. Starting from the sights from the hotel room in Kullu, to Manali, the hot springs of Vashisht, the grandeur (and crowds) of Rohtang, the stark welcome into Koksar, the night in a tent at Sarchu, the crossing of the many 15,000 foot plus passes on the way to Leh, the first view of the Indus Valley, the moments spent in the cold and windy point at Khardung La, the highest motorable road in the world, the Bactrian camels on the sand dunes of Hunder, the salt water lake at Pangong, the moonscape of Lamayuru, the rock carving at Mulbekh, the now famous town of Kargil and the poignant reminder of our soldiers' sacrifices at the War Memorial, Dras, the second coldest inhabited place on earth, the passes at Zozila and Fotula, the awesome scenery of the Valley of Kashmir at Sonamarg, the therapeutic shikara rides on the Dal Lake, there is so much that is packed into a few incredible days that it is a wonder that so much actually becomes possible.

Things to carry
The trip to Ladakh is a high altitude journey. It is one place where you could get heatstroke and frostbite at the same time. You need to be adequately equipped to make this journey. Sunburn is never far away. And neither is high altitude illness. We will send you a detailed checklist of things to carry specific to the Ladakh journey once you have booked with us.

How do we travel?
There are two options - motorcycles or four wheelers or a combination of both. It is a better idea for motorbikers to bring their own vehicles. At an additional cost, we can provide the services of a mechanic during the journey.

Minimum numbers to run the tour
We require a minimum of six motorbikers or five passengers on four wheelers to run this trip. One way to do is to get your friends together to comprise a homogenous group who know each other prior to the journey. Alternatively, this is also a great way to make new friends.

How to book
So, if you want to make this once-in-a-lifetime journey to the monscape of Ladakh, book yourself now. Once we hear from you, we will let you know all other relevant details like things to carry, how to prepare and the costs.