If you are planning a Mumbai to Ladakh bike trip, you have come to the right place. Ladakh is a dream place for travellers but how and when to plan a trip are the questions asked by many. If you too wonder about it, all your questions will be answered in this travel guide.
Ladakh not only offers you the most beautiful scenery to see but it also offers you so many adventure activities to try. No matter which place you choose to visit or adventure to enjoy on your visit to Ladakh from Mumbai on a bike, you will have a fantastic holiday that you will always remember. So, what are you waiting for? Go and plan your Ladakh trip now. At Go2Ladakh, we offer a wide variety of Leh Ladakh bike tour packages from Mumbai that too at great deals.
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Choose from the Leh packages from Mumbai so that you don’t have to worry about any planning. Just leave it to us and we will take care of everything. Board a flight from Mumbai to Delhi and from here your journey to Manali begins in Volvo. Upon arriving in Manali you will be provided with the bike to begin your adventure-filled journey to Ladakh. So, before you embark on the journey take a quick look at what is the best time to visit, places to visit, things to do, a checklist to follow so that you can make the most of your Ladakh trip.
Mumbai to Ladakh distance by bike: If you start with our group bike tour from Manali the distance will be approx 964 km. And if you would like to take the customized bike trip from Delhi (additional cost) the distance will be 427 km.
Mumbai to Ladakh bike trip cost: The cost of the Mumbai to Ladakh bike trip depends on whether you are taking our group tour or a customized private bike trip. Flight/train tickets from Mumbai to Delhi are not included in the Leh Ladakh bike tour packages from Mumbai. However, if you need any assistance in planning your trip right from scratch including the air ticket, we can do that for you.
Mumbai to Ladakh by road on bike best route:
Mumbai to Delhi (flight/train) > Delhi to Manali (Volvo bus) > Manali (bike) > Sissu > Tandi > Keylong > Jispa > Darcha > Zing Zing Bar > Sarchu > Upshi > Karu > Leh.
Ladakh is an all-time tourist destination. And the best time to visit Ladakh from Mumbai depends on the kind of experience you are looking for. For a bike trip, the best time is considered to be in the summer season from April to June As the temperature at this time ranges from 15°C to 30°C making it the perfect time to indulge in exploring Ladakh on the bike.
While planning a trip to Ladakh it is important to know the best ways to reach there. For the Ladakh trip from Mumbai, you can choose to travel by air or train to first reach Delhi and then start with your bike trip either from Delhi or Manali. Below is the detailed information on how to reach Ladakh from Mumbai by air, train, bus, bike etc.
The best and most convenient way of reaching Ladakh from Mumbai is by flight. There are connecting flights from Mumbai to Leh which take approx 6 hrs. From Leh’s Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport you can take a taxi, rent a bike or board a bus to reach the final destination in Ladakh.
If you are up for the Leh Ladakh trip from Mumbai by train, you can board a train to Delhi and then either board a bus operated by HPTDC/HRTC or take a taxi to reach Manali and from there board another bus for Leh. Ladakh doesn’t have its own railway station. The nearest is in Jammu (Jammu Tawi Railway Station) which is 685 km away from Leh.
Leh Ladakh bike trip from Mumbai will be a very long and tiring journey. It is recommended to first reach Delhi and then start the bike trip from there. In our Leh Ladakh bike tour packages from Mumbai, we assist our guests in coming to Delhi and from here we take care of everything else. However, just to mention the Mumbai to Ladakh distance by bike would be approx 2,369 km and the entire trip takes around a month including your return.
A bike trip from Mumbai to Ladakh means you should be well prepared to ride on treacherous paths and under unpredictable weather conditions. The facilities in Ladakh are way more sparse when compared to any other mountain destination. So, what are the important things to carry on a Mumbai to Ladakh bike trip?
Here we have mentioned a checklist that you should definitely follow:
There are so many amazing places to visit in Ladakh. These places not only offer you beautiful sceneries but also offer thrilling adventure activities like trekking, camping, etc. Let us know what are these places you should surely plan your visit to while going to Ladakh on a trip.
This is a very beautiful domed-shaped monastery and a very popular tourist attraction in Ladakh. One must go there to experience the most peaceful and soothing vibes. And the best thing about visiting Shanti stupa is that it offers you a complete view of Leh. The place is a part of all the itineraries of the Leh Ladakh package from Mumbai.
One of the best places to visit on your Ladakh trip to Mumbai is Moonland-Lamayuru which is located at a distance of approx 100 km from Leh. Lamayuru is a quaint village that boasts a moon-like landscape and for this, the place has rightly been called ‘Moonscape for tourists.’ A stay in Lamayuru village gives you an opportunity to indulge in stargazing at night. Other than admiring the landscape. Head to visit the Lamayuru Monastery which dates back to the 11th century.
A high-altitude saltwater lake-Pangong Tso cannot be missed when on a Ladakh trip. The magical setting of the place leaves the travellers speechless. The beauty of the place cannot be expressed in words but one has to be there to witness beauty with one's own eyes. The deserted mountains, with their gradual slopes meeting the blue therapeutic waters of the lake, is a sight to behold. You can even spot Brahminy ducks and Bar-headed goose standing on the banks of the lake when visiting Pangong Tso during summers.
A deep-cut gorge created by the combined Shyok and Nubra (Siachen) rivers, Nubra Valley is home to the much-celebrated Diskit monastery under which sits the most Instagrammed statue of Maitreya Buddha. Take a walk inside the monastery and treat your eyes with the intricate frescoes & wall paintings. Sit in peace inside the prayer hall called Dukhang. Don’t forget to get your picture clicked with the 106 feet Maitreya Buddha statue. Taking a short detour from Diskit you reach Hunder where you can enjoy a joyful ride on the double-humped camel safari.
The wildlife enthusiasts can head to Hemis National Park where you can get a chance to see snow leopards. And you know what, this national park is considered to be the capital of Snow Leopard of India. Don’t forget to visit the Hemis Monastery which is 86 km away from the national park.
An offbeat place which is flanked by Nubra on one side and Baltistan on the other, Turtuk village is considered to be the last village on the Indo-Pak border. The people living here are generous and offer warm hospitality to anybody visiting the village. Apricots are locally grown here in abundance. This gives you an opportunity to not only taste the fresh and delicious apricots but also take them back home. Don’t leave the place without trying the Balti cuisine.
Head to yet another best place to visit in Ladakh on your trip from Mumbai is Panamik village. If you love taking a dip in the hot water springs, Panamik village is the right place which is in close proximity to Nubra Valley and approx 150 km from Leh. The hot water springs contain a high amount of sulphur which possess medicinal properties that cure skin issues and rheumatism. Other than this, trek from around 4 hours to witness Ensa Monastery, a 250-year-old Gompa. The place views that will have your heart.
A place for the daredevils, Zanskar valley offers a number of adventure activities and so we add this place to our customized Leh Ladakh packages from Mumbai. Locally the place is also called Zahar and is famous for the splendid mountains and unparalleled landscape. Not to forget, Zanskar Valley is home to the world-renowned Chadar or Frozen River Trek which is done in the winter months from December to February. Other summer treks from Zanskar include Padum to Darcha, Zanskar to Sham, Padum to Pidmo and more. Apart from trekking, you can also enjoy camping and river rafting in Zanskar Valley.
Yarab Tso is a beautiful location that is located at a distance of 15 km from Diskit village in Nubra Valley. You have to hike for approx 20 minutes to reach the serene setting of Yarab Tso. The lake is considered to be one of the holiest lakes of Nubra Valley. As you reach the lake, you will be mesmerised by the crystal-clear water of the lake in sync with the beautiful surroundings. Head to Yarab Tso on your Leh Ladakh trip from Mumbai to experience the serenity and mystical aura.
A bike trip to Ladakh from Mumbai will remain incomplete without visiting Magnetic Hill. Also known as mystery hill, zero-gravity hill, anti-gravity hill, mystery spot; Magnetic hill is where you will witness an optical illusion or phenomenon that defies gravity or science taking a step back. Keep your vehicle in neutral mode and you will be shocked to see how it moves forward uphill on its own.
That’s all for planning the best Mumbai to Ladakh bike trip. The heaven-like place has so much to offer to not only the bikers but travellers of all kinds. So, what are you waiting for? Go and check out amazing Leh Ladakh bike tour packages from Mumbai and plan your trip ASAP! Hope this information has helped you enough but if you still have any queries in your mind, you can call us at +91 98702 23962. We will be more than happy to serve you the best ever bike trip to Ladakh.
We are local group tour operators offering bike trips for over a decade. Our team of experts make sure to offer the best experiences to our guests by taking them to the paths less travelled. Client satisfaction is what keeps us moving forward and for this, we keep in mind the preferences of our clients and craft the itineraries of the tour packages accordingly. We don’t compromise on the quality and being professional bike trip operators, we only go with Himalayan bikes that are comfortable and ride smoothly on the bumpy roads of Ladakh.
We provide premium bike riding gear and accessories because for us the safety of our clients is the priority. We prefer deluxe accommodation over guesthouses because we understand the need for a comfortable room with a good ambience after a tiring bike journey of 200-250 km. The deluxe category accommodations included in our packages are well sanitized and hygienic. Most guesthouses don’t follow Covid-19 safety protocols and we can’t take this risk when it comes to serving our clients.