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  10 Days, 9 Nights

  Altitude : 17,480 Ft..

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  Min-Age : 12+

  Group Size : Max 15

  Meal : Veg

  Accomodation : Tent

About The Tour


Manali - Jispa - Sarchu - Leh - Nubra Valley - PangongTso - Hanle-Tsomoriri - Sarchu - Manali

its a three day trek packed with the adventure's like you have never faced before mounatins covered with green sheet and white beas river carving the mountain and sheep's grazing in meadows land form's the perfect landscape which you can never forget . for next 3 days you will live under the roof of tent's in the lap of mountains in safe hands of professonal guide's of the trippy frog community . if you wish to explore this awesome trek and face the greate mountains of himalayas you can either join us or just sit in office chair and keep doing boring job . the required info of this trek is down below you can scroll down ..



  • DAY 1 -Arrival at Manali

  • DAY 2 - Manali To Jispa

  • DAY 3 - Jispa To Sarchu

  • DAY 4 - Sarchu to Leh

  • DAY 5 - Leh to Nubra Valley

  • DAY 6 - Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso

  • DAY 7 - Pangong Tso To Hanle

  • DAY 8 - Hanle To Tsomoriri

  • DAY 9 - Tso Moriri To Sarchu

  • DAY 10 - Sarchu to Manali


 What's Included

  accommodation on Double/Triple sharing basis as per itinerary in hotels/camps mentioned or similar (Double sharing for married couples only)

   Royal Enfield bike 500 CC including Petrol only for use as per the itinerary.

  Dedicated Tour Guide and Group leaders

  Daily Breakfast and Dinner

   Back up mechanics and vehicle

   Helmets for the Rider and the Pillion

   An Oxygen Cylinder 24X7 in the car in case of emergency

   All sightseeing and excursions as per the itinerary

  Delhi to Manali Transfer By Volvo

 What's Not Included

  All The Thing That Are Not Mentioned In Including Section

   Meals which are not mentioned under inclusions

  Hanle Permit Fee Not Included In a Package (INR 600) PP

  Any Travel expenses to Delhi and Back

  Any travel expenses from Leh

  Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, tips etc

  Any kind of Biking gears (Gloves, knee guard, elbow guard etc)

  Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc. to be borne by the client directly on the spot

  Security Deposit - INR5000 per bike (refundable)

  Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions

  GST @ 5%

  Any entrance fee to the monastery and monuments

  Travel Insurance

 Things To Pack

  Hiking Shoes: You need good Hiking shoes with good grip & ankle support. Do not carry sport shoes.

  Clothing: You need to have warm clothes with three-layer jackets, fleece or down feather jacket. Carry 1 or 2 full sleeves t-shirt. For lowers carry cotton pants suitable for trek. Do no carry jeans or shorts for trekking.

  Thermals: Carry top and bottom thermals.

  Socks: Carry 2 - 3 pair of sports socks along with woolen socks to be worn at night.

  Sunglasses: To protect from sunlight in snow you require UV rays protected sunglasses.

  Woolen Cap and Gloves are also necessary as the climate will be cold. Carry waterproof gloves as they get wet in snow.

  Raincoat/Ponchos: At high altitudes, snowfall and rain are quite common and it’s mandatory to carry a poncho so that one doesn’t get wet.



 What's Included

  All land transport in private vehicles including airport transfers, Support Vehicle.

  All meals as per itinerary.

  Professional and experienced guides with relevant qualifications

  All permits and entry fees.

  Porters for carrying your bags .

  Comfortable accommodation during the adventure

  Comprehensive support for all aspects of the trip

  A detailed adventure information pack

  Knowledgeable advisors to assist with trip planning

  Regular updates about the adventure itinerary

  Emphasis on safety and risk management

 What's Not Included

  Fees for visas to enter or exit the country

  Travel & Medical insurance (compulsory and must include helicopter evacuation)

  Medical costs that may be incurred during the trip

  Lodging expenses before and after the adventure

  Transportation to the adventure starting point

  Rental fees for equipment needed during the adventure

  Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks consumed during the trip

  Meals that are not part of the planned itinerary

  Personal purchases made during the adventure

  Optional additional activities that can be arranged for an extra cost.

 Mandatory Documents

  Identification document

  Booking Receipt, if Booked Online (PDF will work)

 Cancellation Policy

  More than 30-days prior to departure - 50% refund.

  In Between 15-30-days prior to departure - 25% refund.

  Less than 15-days prior to departure - No Refund.

 Frequently Asked question

Your tour guides for mountain biking in Nepal are seasoned professionals who are native to the region and have a genuine love for the country's culture and terrain. They prioritize your safety and strive to ensure that you have a memorable experience. Your guides will be readily available to assist with any inquiries or needs you may have during your journey.

Our priority is to provide the best experience to all participants, which is why we limit the size of our groups. Typically, our groups consist of 8 to 12 people. However, we require a minimum of 4 people to run our mountain bike tour in Nepal.

You are not required to carry all of your equipment with you. Instead, you only need to bring a 20 litre day pack while cycling. Our team provides a support vehicle and driver who will transport your luggage to your next lodging each day, ensuring that it is available for you upon arrival.

During your mountain bike tour in Nepal, if you encounter a trail section that seems difficult to ride, your guide will be pleased to provide you with some bike skills training to enhance your confidence and enjoyment. In case you do not feel comfortable riding a certain section, you can always dismount and walk through it. Remember, it is not a competition of biking skills, but a relaxing mountain biking vacation where everyone can take their own pace and enjoy the experience.

it is recommended to use a high-quality full suspension mountain bike with 120mm travel in both the front and rear. The terrain can be challenging in certain areas, and a full suspension bike will provide more comfort during the entire trip. However, it is still possible to ride a hard tail bike every day if that is your preference. Please keep in mind that the trails in Nepal can have thorns, so it's recommended to bring tubeless tires or tires with thicker walls and inner tubes. Bringing your own bike to Nepal is also advised.

To obtain a short-term tourist visa for Nepal, one can either buy it on arrival at the Kathmandu airport using cash in US dollars or purchase it in advance online through VisaHQ. It's important to note that personal checks, travelers' checks, and credit cards are not accepted as payment for the visa at the airport. Opting to buy the visa in advance can save time and hassle after a long flight.

In the event of injuries and emergencies, our guides are equipped with professional first aid kits to provide treatment for minor injuries. Additionally, health professionals are available at villages and camps throughout the journey. It is mandatory for travelers to have travel insurance which covers emergency rescue and evacuation expenses.

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