Explore Delhi to Ladakh and Explore Happiness

Every biker for sure has a bike trip to Ladakh in his/her bucket list. Starting this trip from Delhi is surely a good choice. And obviously, the perfect choice of bike would be a Royal Enfield! Other bikes like Bajaj Pulsar, KTM Duke, CBR 250 may also work.  Even if bikers stumble upon certain barriers on the roads, the Himalayan beauty hails them to move forward without any fear.

The best time to plan your Delhi to Ladakh bike trip would be from June to September. Although most of the bikers celebrate their New Year in Ladakh. To be clear, other than monsoon, you can plan your Delhi to Leh bike tour in any season. If don’t know how to prepare and you can get complete guide on Delhi to Ladakh bike tour, you can explore before you go.

Why choose Delhi route?

To enjoy the perfect picturesque scenery of the snow-clad mountains and experience the thrilling challenges awaited just for you!

Things to do in your bike trip from Delhi to Ladakh:

1. Enjoy the Punjabi cuisine- the most amazing thing to start with is to enjoy the Punjabi cuisine at the famous Dhabas of Murthal. Stop at different Dhabas where the truck drivers eat. Do not worry about the hygiene part. They take good care of it. What not to miss? The Panchranga Achaar along with many types of digestive Golis. If possible, don't forget to enjoy the Chai at Ambala.

2. Feel the fresh air from the rivers of Jammu- Beas and Ravi rivers are the ones which you get to see whiile this trip. These rivers originate from the Himalayas. One thing you should know is, fresh water Dolphins are found only in river Beas! You're lucky if you get to see those pretty water creatures.

Also, do try the amazing sand roasted corn or Chhali, Murunda or the puffed rice cake and freshly plucked Jamuns.

3. Cross one of the newly opened Panitop Tunnel- witness the proud moment of being an Indian when you get into the world's longest tunnel (9.28 km). The Chenani-Nashri  or Panitop tunnel connects Chennai in Udhampur district to Nashri in Ramban district.

Stop for the deep fried Parathas with floating butter on it near to Udhampur. It tastes really yummy. Lastly, cross the tunnel travelling along the Chenab river. You may also have a look at the alluring Dal lake.

4. Drive into the most amazing scenery to the trip- Sonamarg- this surely would be a not-to-forget place. Sonamarg is the most popular hill station in this trip. A major tributary of Jhelum- Sind would be a major sight to see. You can literally see the glaciers out there. The glaciers seem hut-like which release water drop by drop.

5. Visit the Amar Nath Yatra Base Camp at Bal Tal- after crossing Sonamarg, have a look into the huge camp on the bend of Sind River. The camp has colorful tents arranged in rows which look like lego blocks. These are special camps for Amarnath yatris who rest there.

6. Experience the stunning Zojila pass- one of the highest passes in the world, the pass will show you its dull, gray, muddy path with glaciers in matching colors all around. While you enter the pass, the air becomes thin which marks the start of your bike trip to Ladakh.

7. Enjoy the Panoramic view of city Kargil from river Drass- the city of Kargil seems much bigger from the Drass river than you can ever imagine. Viewing the city would be worth the trip to Ladakh.

8. Relish the Kargil-Leh drive- the green and colorful path throughout the drive would be a treat to your eyes. The amazing stone hill hail you throughout your drive. This drive would be a sure-shot memorable one.

9. Mulbekh monastery visit-this is a small and lovely monastery on the path of your drive. The most interesting part of the monastery is the Maitrayee Buddha or the future Buddha carved on one rock face.

10. Finally, to the Namik La and  Fotu La- these passes are more like photo-shops. On this route, you will pass through Lamayuru and the confluence of Zanskar & Indus River. You will surely be amazed with the blue color of the Zanskar river.

For more, get your Delhi-Ladakh bike trip planned now!