How to Calculate Cost of Motorcycle Trip to Ladakh

by Vargis.Khan

“Will I be able to afford it” is one of the first few questions that we ask ourselves when we plan a vacation. It becomes of even more relevance when the journey is to a far off place like Ladakh and for a greater duration. The question is totally justified but the truth is that even with Ladakh; if you planned carefully, you can easily travel here keeping your expenses within a budget. In this article I will provide information on how you can calculate the total cost of Ladakh trip by Bike. Please do note though that I am referring to a self-owned bike here and not a rented one. I will provide a sample itinerary, a most common one that will cover majority of the tourist destinations in Ladakh; and then run it day by day providing an estimated cost of motorcycle trip to Ladakh.

cost of motorcycle trip to ladakh

I will make a few assumptions for the sake of this article. First one is in terms of the itinerary. I will suggest the travel plan from Delhi and provide the cost breakdown accordingly. If you were starting from a different place, then the only change will be regarding the cost incurred on first and last day, rest will be the same. Cost estimate below will be from two point of views. First one is that you are traveling solo and will bear the entire cost yourself. Second estimate will be that you are riding with a Pillion and the cost will be divided equally between both.

Also read: How to Obtain Inner Line Permit for Ladakh

Cost of Ladakh Trip by Bike

The cost estimate I will provide below will also include the money that you will pay for these permits.

Acute Mountain sickness is one of the big concerns when you travel to a high altitude place like Ladakh. I will draft an itinerary below keeping in mind that the gain in altitude should be gradual which is one of the biggest steps against AMS. But then not everyone will be able to follow this plan to the point and you may have to omit several days from this itinerary; and make this a short trip in which case AMS can be a bit of a problem. To know what the symptoms of AMS are and how you can avoid it, please read How to Handle Acute Mountain Sickness in Ladakh.

Last but not the least, in terms of accommodation and meals, I will provide an estimate of minimum cost. This is open to a lot of change depending on your own preference of stay and food but the amount here should give you an idea on how much you will spend at the least.

Please note that Inner Line Permit has been reintroduced in Ladakh and is a mandate to visit places like Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri. This permit can either be obtained online or in person from DM office Leh. Please take a look at the article below for a detailed explanation on how to obtain this permit and the related charges.

Cost of Motorcycle Trip to Ladakh

To begin with, let me first post a sample itinerary that I will be using to help explain the cost incurred.

  • Delhi to Jammu – Day 1
  • Jammu to Srinagar – Day 2
  • Srinagar to Kargil – Day 3
  • Kargil to Padum – Day 4
  • Padum to Kargil – Day 5
  • Kargil to Leh  -Day 6
  • Leh – Day 7
  • Leh to Diskit – Day 8
  • Diskit to Leh – Day 9
  • Leh to Pangong – Day 10
  • Pangong to Leh – Day 11
  • Leh to Tso Moriri – Day 12
  • Tso Moriri to Pang via Tso Kar – Day 13
  • Pang to Jispa / Keylong – Day 14
  • Jispa / Keylong to Manali – Day 15
  • Manali to Delhi – Day 16

I know, the plan seems a little too long but I kept it this way keeping in mind a few things. The first one is that it covers almost all the major tourist places in Ladakh, except for a few others. Second is that the travel does not involve a hectic schedule and throughout these 16 days, you can travel at leisure. Some internal routes of Ladakh open a bit late than all the other routes which I have kept excluded from here. I will however explain those later in the article. So In a way, you can follow this itinerary in any months when Ladakh is open and you can afford to ride around there on a bike.

Also read: How to Prepare your Motorcycle for Ladakh Trip

 How much it will cost to visit Ladakh by motorcycle?

To answer the question above, the biggest cost of course will be of petrol. If you were riding with a friend as pillion, this will get divided in two. For the sake of this article, I will assume an a minimum average of 25 kilometers per liter. I think that is the bare minimum that any bike will give here; even a Royal Enfield. If your motorcycle gives a better fuel efficiency, I will still recommend that you still calculate keeping it on the lower side. Ladakh being all steep and challenging roads is bound to affect your bike’s mileage and it may not be as great as it was in city or highway.

Budget for Leh Ladakh Bike Trip

To calculate the total budget, the numbers that I am using for Petrol are Rs. 76.00 per liter. At the time of writing this article, the cost of petrol in Delhi, Srinagar and Manali is around Rs. 72. In Leh however, it is at Rs. 80 per liter. So to average it out, I will assume a number of Rs. 76 per liter for the calculation below.

For meals I am assuming a safe number of Rs. 400 per person per day. If you were on a budget then this is the maximum that the digit would go. Eating at Dhabas while riding, you can very well keep it well below this number but then while staying at places like Srinagar, Leh and Manali; you may chose to eat at a good restaurant which can be a bit costly. So as a safe number, I will assume Rs. 400 as total meal cost per day.

Accommodation cost I will suggest depending on the place you are staying at the night; as per the itinerary. I will assume a number of Rs. 700 at a budget hotel for 1 room. You may find cheaper accommodation than this if you were lucky but I will keep it at a safe number of Rs. 700.

Day 1: Delhi to Jammu
  • Total distance: 590 kilometers, travel time of about 10-12 hours depending upon your speed and breaks.
  • Fuel Cost: Rs. 1,793.00 and Rs. 896.00 per person if traveling with Pillion
  • Meal Cost: 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Jammu: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if traveling with pillion.
  • Total Expense so far: Rs. 2,893 if solo; Rs. 1,646 if with Pillion

Also read: Clothes for Ladakh Trip: What to Pack

Day 2: Jammu to Srinagar
  • Total distance: 270 kilometers, travel time of about 7-8 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Rs. 820 if solo and Rs. 410 if with Pillion
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Srinagar: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if traveling with pillion.
  • Total Expense for the day: Rs. 1,920 if solo and Rs. 1,160 if with Pillion
  • Total Expense of the trip so far: Rs. 4,814 if solo and Rs. 2,807 if with Pillion
Day 3: Srinagar to Kargil
  • Total Distance: 200 Kilometers covered in about 6-8 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 608; With Pillion – Rs. 304
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Kargil: Rs. 1000 for a decent enough hotel. Rs. 500 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 2,008; With Pillion Rs. 1,204
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 6,822; With Pillion Rs. 4,011
Day 4: Kargil to Padum
  • Total Distance: 230 Kilometers covered in about 8-10 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 700; With Pillion – Rs. 350
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Padum: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,800; With Pillion Rs. 1,100
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 8,622; With Pillion Rs. 5,110
Day 5: Padum to Kargil
  • Total Distance: 230 Kilometers covered in about 8-10 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 700; With Pillion – Rs. 350
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Kargil: Rs. 1,000 for a budget hotel. Rs. 500 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 2,100; With Pillion Rs. 1,250
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 10,720; With Pillion Rs. 6,360

Also read: List of Things you Must Carry for Ladakh Trip

Day 6: Kargil to Leh
  • Total Distance: 220 Kilometers covered in about 6-8 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 670; With Pillion – Rs. 335
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Leh: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,770; With Pillion Rs. 1,085
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 12,500; With Pillion Rs. 7,500
Day 7: Leh
  • Permit Charges: Rs. 600 per person for 5 days
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Leh: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,700; With Pillion Rs. 1,350
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 14,200; With Pillion Rs. 8,800
Day 8: Leh to Diskit (Nubra Valley)
  • Total Distance: 120 Kilometers covered in about 5-6 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 365; With Pillion – Rs. 183
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Diskit: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,465; With Pillion Rs. 932
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 15,655; With Pillion Rs. 9,728

Also read: List of Hotels & Guest Houses in Nubra Valley

Day 9: Diskit to Leh
  • Total Distance: 120 Kilometers covered in about 5-6 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 365; With Pillion – Rs. 183
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Leh: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,465; With Pillion Rs. 932
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 17,120; With Pillion Rs. 10,660
Day 10: Leh to Pangong Tso
  • Total Distance: 225 Kilometers covered in about 7-8 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 700; With Pillion – Rs. 350
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Pangong: Rs. 500 per person
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,600; With Pillion Rs. 1,250
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 18,703; With Pillion Rs. 11,900

Accommodation at Pangong gets a bit tricky. Camp Sites will charge you about Rs. 2000 – Rs. 3000 per person including means. A bed at Chadar tents will cost about Rs. 300 – 400 per person. Staying at a guest house at Spangmik, Man, Merak can cost you anywhere between Rs. 800 to Rs. 2000 so please calculate accordingly.

Also read: List of Hotels & Camp Sites at Pangong

Day 11: Pangong Tso to Leh
  • Total Distance: 225 Kilometers covered in about 7-8 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 700; With Pillion – Rs. 350
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Leh: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,785; With Pillion Rs. 1,093
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 20,488; With Pillion Rs. 13,000
Day 12: Leh to Tso Moriri
  • Total Distance: 220 Kilometers covered in about 7-8 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 700; With Pillion – Rs. 350
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Karzok: Rs. 1,000 for a budget hotel. Rs. 500 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 2,100; With Pillion Rs. 1,235
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 22,556; With Pillion Rs. 14,200

Also read: List of Hotels at Tso Moriri

Day 13: Tso Moriri to Pang via Tso Kar
  • Total Distance: 155 Kilometers covered in about 6-7 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 470; With Pillion – Rs. 235
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Pang: Rs. 300 per person
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,170; With Pillion Rs. 935
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 23,728; With Pillion Rs. 15,164
Day 14: Pang to Keylong
  • Total Distance: 180 Kilometers covered in about 6-7 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 550; With Pillion – Rs. 275
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Keylong: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,650; With Pillion Rs. 1,000
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 25,375; With Pillion Rs. 16,188
Day 15: Keylong to Manali
  • Total Distance: 115 Kilometers covered in about 6-7 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 350; With Pillion – Rs. 175
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Accommodation at Keylong: Rs. 700 for a budget hotel. Rs. 350 per person if shared with pillion
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 1,450; With Pillion Rs. 925
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 26,825; With Pillion Rs. 17,112
Day 16: Manali to Delhi
  • Total Distance: 555 Kilometers covered in about 13-14 hours
  • Fuel Cost: Solo – Rs. 1,680; With Pillion – Rs. 845
  • Meal Cost: Rs. 400 per person
  • Total Expense of the day: Solo – Rs. 2,087 With Pillion Rs. 1,243
  • Total Trip Expense so Far: Solo – Rs. 28,900; With Pillion Rs. 18,355
Cost of Ladakh trip by Bike

So total cost incurred for a leisurely bike ride of about 16 days, following the itinerary I mentioned above is as mentioned below.

  • Total distance covered: 3,655 kilometers approximately
  • Total Fuel Consumption: 150 liters approximately with a minimum average of about 25 kilometers per liter
  • Fuel Expense: Rs. 11,100 if traveling solo; Rs. 5,550 if with pillion
  • Meal Expense: Rs. 6,400 approximately
  • Accommodation: Rs. 10,800 if traveling solo; Rs.5,800 if with Pillion
  • Total Trip Expense for 16 day: Rs. 28,900 if traveling solo; Rs. 18,355 if riding with pillion

Budget for Leh Ladakh Bike Trip

I agree, this number looks a bit high and cannot exactly be called a budget trip. But then you need to consider in the fact that this was a leisurely ride for 16 days covering all tourist areas. This number also is on a safer end; more like that there is no way you will end up spending more than this. Depending on how many days you travel for; what your final itinerary is; where you eat or stay; you can still further reduce this total cost.

If I were to be asked, an average cost of Ladakh ride for about 2 weeks will cost Rs. 20,000 to Rs.22,000 if you were riding solo. If you had a pillion with you to share the fuel and accommodation cost, this cost can easily be capped under Rs. 15,000 per person; but then you will carefully plan your itinerary and chose your accommodation wisely.

Ladakh bike trip budget

There are several areas in Ladakh that are popular among riders but I have not included those in the itinerary. Reason being is that I wanted to draft the itinerary from a point of view that the road will definitely be open and you do not go too remote. To however give you an idea still; I will mention the routes.

Agham Shyok Road

This is the road that connects Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso. About 2 years ago, it was one of the most dangerous roads of Ladakh but after a lot of work by BRO; it is now a smooth sailing all the way. Traveling on this road, you can easily make it to Pangong from Nubra in about 5-6 hours. This will save a day in your itinerary as you will not have to go back to Leh anymore. It is about a 160 kilometers long stretch between Diskit and Spangmik. I have mentioned further details on this route in the article below.

Also read: How to go from Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso by Shyok Road

Chushul Route

If you want to travel from Pangong to Tso Moriri directly, then total distance covered between these two destinations will be about 300 kilometers with a night halt at Hanle. If you cover the entire journey in one day and do not go to Hanle, then the distance will be about 200 kilometers. I have mentioned further details on this route in the article below.

Also read: How to go directly to Tso Moriri from Pangong Tso

Leh Ladakh Bike Trip Cost – Conclusion

I hope the information provided above on cost of motorcycle trip to Ladakh was was of help. If you have any other questions; or need any further details; please feel free to ask in the comments section below; or at our Community Forum; and I will be glad to answer.

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Dhiraj September 9, 2020 - 2:56 pm

Hii vargis sir

I will plan to trip on baike Dominar 250 , Surat to leh ,can you say this baike is perfect for ladakh . I will go in Jun 2021 .

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Vargis.Khan September 9, 2020 - 5:50 pm

Hi Dhiraj Bhai – Yes, Dominar is good for Ladakh. Bike ki lower faring hata dena taaki vo damage na ho. Trip ke baad phir vaapis aake lagva lena

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Dhiraj September 9, 2020 - 2:56 pm

Hii vargis sir

I will plan to trip on baike Dominar 250 , Surat to leh ,can you say this baike is perfect for ladakh . I will go in Jun 2021 .

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Vargis.Khan September 9, 2020 - 5:50 pm

Hi Dhiraj Bhai – Yes, Dominar is good for Ladakh. Bike ki lower faring hata dena taaki vo damage na ho. Trip ke baad phir vaapis aake lagva lena

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Dinesh Ravipalli July 25, 2020 - 3:08 pm

Hi Vargis …..
Traveling from leh to Manali ……I heard there is no petrol bunks ….is it real ….if yes …then how can I cover this 330 Kms stretch in one full tank …..my bike range 270 Kms …,…..
And I’m a solo traveler …..can you give any solution

And can you tell what all documents I need to carry ?

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Vargis.Khan July 25, 2020 - 8:38 pm

You will have to carry spare fuel Dinesh. Which bike do you have?

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chirag chothani February 1, 2020 - 7:21 am

Hello Vargis
Just to cut the cost, can we find homestay very easily in turtuk, man/merak. hanle, korzok??
how much they charge? is it less than average hotel rent (like 700rs-1000rs hotel)??

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Vargis.Khan February 2, 2020 - 3:29 pm

Hi Chirag – Keep an average of Rs. 1000 – 1500 per day for accommodation in Ladakh. Even paying guest will charge you almost as much as a hotel or guest house.

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Vishnu Vardhan November 8, 2019 - 11:26 am

Hlo vargis
Am having a second handed cb250r is there any problem or any permission that the bike should be on my name?

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Vargis.Khan November 11, 2019 - 6:20 pm

Yes Vishnu. It must be registered in your name.

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Deepak August 18, 2019 - 9:34 am

Hi Vargis, i am planning to go to leh ladakh by scooty. I am from Lucknow. Is there any special permission that i require to go by scooty??? Please tell me.

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Vargis.Khan August 20, 2019 - 12:11 am

Hi Deepak – As long as it is registered in your name, you do not need any special permission.

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Naveen Kumar April 9, 2019 - 6:07 am

Hi Vargis,

Your posts are really informative. Thanks for sharing these posts. We are 2 people planning for Ladakh trip. its a budget trip. we are Planning from Hyderbad to Srinagar to Ladakh – Pangong Lake – Ladakh and back srinagar then Hyderabad. We are planning to hire a bike at srinagar and start our joutrney but to go to Pongong lake this hired vehicle is not allowed. can you please share your thoughts for this trip. TYIA.

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Vargis.Khan June 6, 2019 - 11:54 pm

Hi Naveen, that is correct. Your Srinagar rented bike would have to be left out parked at a hotel in Leh. For visiting Pangong, you will have to rent another bike in Le.

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Ankit saxena October 4, 2018 - 9:50 am

Hey dude… Really appreciate the pains you took for putting up all that info for us…… I am planning a trip next year with my bros and would like to travel to leh from srinagar and return from leh to manali…. I’ll possibly take a flight from delhi to srinagar and for returns i’ll take the manali to delhi route in a cab…. So is it possible to get bikes on rent in srinagar which we can drop off in manali…. Is there any tour operator who provides such service….or is there any other way to go about it….

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Vargis.Khan October 4, 2018 - 12:21 pm

Thanks Ankit. A lot of bike rentals will provide this service but will charge you an additional 10 – 15k for it

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Vinod July 23, 2018 - 2:21 pm

Hi Vargis, I am planning for a solo trip from Delhi- Manali-Leh- Manali-Delhi. Planning to get by Volvo till Manali and then rent a bike at Manali and then proceed towards Leh.

Do you think it will be fine if I start my journey in September First week, and complete it in 8 days.

Plan to go this way.. Delhi – Manali – Bus
Manali—–> Leh Leh-> Nubra-> Pangong -> Tso Moriri -> Pang -> Manali

Also, I am looking for some middle place in Manali Leh Highway which is around 200 kms from both the places so that I get to stay for 1 day before reaching Leh from Manali. Could you help with that.

Regards,
Vinod

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Vargis.Khan July 23, 2018 - 3:05 pm

Hi Vinod,

1. Sep first week is a good time to visit Ladakh
2. 8 Days – What is your complete itinerary?
3. Middle place would be Sarchu

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Vinod July 31, 2018 - 11:56 am

Hi Vargis,

Below is the details itinerary I am planning for.

Date Day Activity Day
30th Aug Thur Leave for Delhi 0
31st Aug Fri Leave for Manali 1
1st Sep Sat Reach Manali 2
1st Sep Sat Stay in Manali 2
2nd Sep Sun Leave for Sarchu 3
2nd Sep Sun Stay in Sarchu 3
3rd Sep Mon Leave for Leh 4
3rd Sep Mon Stay in Leh 4
4th Sep Tue Leave for Nubra 5
4th Sep Tue Stay in Nubra 5
5th Sep Wed Leave for Pangong 6
5th Sep Wed Stay in Pangong 6
6th Sep Thur Leave for Leh 7
6th Sep Thur Stay in Leh 7
7th Sep Fri Leave for Sarchu 8
7th Sep Fri Stay in Sarchu 8
8th Sep Sat Leave for Manali 9
8th Sep Sat Take bus for Delhi 9
9th Sep Sun Reach Delhi 9

Any feedback/suggestions on this ?

Regards,
Vinod

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Vargis.Khan July 31, 2018 - 3:27 pm

Hi Vinod – Your itinerary looks great. If you can add another day then you can also cover Tso Moriri though.

4- Leh to Nubra
5- Nubra to Pangong via Shyok
6- Pangong to Hanle
7- Hanle to Karzok (Tso Moriri)
8- Karzok to Pang / Sarchu
9- Pang / Sarchu to Leh

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Vinod August 6, 2018 - 8:29 am

Hi Vargis,

Thanks so far in answering questions. 2 more doubts.

1. As you can see above I am planning to travel in HP bike in Leh Ladakh region, will it be a problem since I will be returning in same bike.

2. If I get a bike at Manali and drop it off at Leh, how much extra will it cost me. Would you suggest this option?

Regards,
Vinod

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Vargis.Khan August 6, 2018 - 3:13 pm

Hi Vinod,

1. Any bike rented outside Leh is only good to be brought to Leh city only. For local sightseeing in Ladakh, you will have to rent another bike locally.
2. If you take a bike from Manali and drop at Leh, it will cost you about 15k additional for that.

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Vinod August 6, 2018 - 7:26 pm

Hi Vargis,

Thanks, that will be problematic and costly too. I want to cover Manali to Leh on bike and then Ladakh too on bike. Is there any other alternative to this.

Regards,
Vinod

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Vargis.Khan August 6, 2018 - 10:22 pm

Not really. You will have to give up Manali – Leh on bike plan or bear the additional 15k cost.

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Vinod August 7, 2018 - 7:22 am

Okay Thanks. Will it make sense to travel directly to Leh without covering Manali- Leh on bike ? or does the extra payment of 15k is worth taking the cost…. I checked online with Manali Bike Rentals and they said that it is mandatory to pay for min 7 days to rent a bike from Manali so the total expense would be 1200*7 + 10000 (drop cost).

I got to know this route is the best part of the travel towards Leh – Ladakh.

Your opinion and suggestions please. 🙂

Regards,
Vinod

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Vargis.Khan August 7, 2018 - 9:30 am

Yeah this is one of the best routes but not worth all that money. Better would be to focus on Ladakh for now and leave Manali Leh highway for another time. Maybe as a reason to visit Ladakh in future.

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Vinod August 7, 2018 - 6:42 pm

Hey Vargis, is there any way I can get JK10 bikes in Manali. Are you aware of such dealers who do this transportation or can help me with this, would be very helpful.

Regards,
Vinod

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Vargis.Khan August 7, 2018 - 10:06 pm

Hi Vinod – No that would be extremely tough to find and not available at all as far as I can tell.

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Ishan khanna July 4, 2018 - 10:08 pm

Hi vargis

I am planning solo trip on 13 July for 9 to 10 days from Delhi to manali and than Leh Ladakh. I will rent the bike from Manali which places should I go between Manali to Leh. And my budget is 22k

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Vargis.Khan July 5, 2018 - 2:52 am

See this post please for a list of places to see on Manali Leh road.

https://vargiskhan.com/log/primary-attractions-manali-leh-highway/

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