Things to know about Ladakh
When it comes to road trips the ‘Land of High Passes, Leh-Ladakh is the place to be!
How to reach Ladakh
Reaching Ladakh is not a big deal as the place enjoys good connectivity via air, rail and road. Ladakh has its own airport called Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, which is also one of the highest aerodromes in the world at 10,682 ft above sea level. Those planning to come by train can book their tickets till Jammu Tawi railway station, which is closest to Ladakh. Besides, one can also drive to Ladakh from Srinagar, Jammu and Delhi. J & K State Road Transportation Corporation (JKSRTC) and Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) buses can be easily availed from various cities and towns. Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport or Ladakh Airport (8 km away) connects this beautiful destination with rest of country via regular flights
Preparation for Ladakh
Extending from the Kunlun mountain range to the Great Himalayas to the south, the mystical region of Leh-Ladakh features jaw-dropping landscapes as far as your eye can go. Before heading to Ladakh Bike Trip, make sure you have checked the temperature and weather of the location. Pre-plan your holidays to avoid peak charges of hotels, holiday packages and more. The later you book the more price you will have to pay as a bike tour to Ladakh is one of the most selling packages in May, June, July, and August. It is essential for you to wear all the gears important for the riding, as the roads are barren and bumpy, while the wind is fierce, making it difficult for the rider to zoom past the environment without gears. Know your route before you travel as the journey is lengthy, and it is not possible for the entire group to ride together. It is necessary for you to recheck your motorbike before leaving, and also keep checking it throughout the tour before leaving from any destination.