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Arrival at Delhi(Reporting at 11:00) AM      (Day-1)

Delhi will be the briefing and "know how" destination about the trip. Meanwhile the process of examination and mending (if asked by the rider) of the bikes will be in process by the technicians on minimalistic charges.

Delhi to Manali (553 K.M.)      (Day-2)

Starting our trip from or "Flag out" would be from IMF (Indian Mountaineering Foundation). Ride to Manali is the first and the longest ride in our trip, with deceptive and stretched bends.

Manali to Sarchu (223 K.M.)      (Day-3)

Driving along the Beas river upstream through quaint settlements and after crossing a passport checkpoint, one does get to awe at the bewitching and treacherous bends.

Sarchu to Pengong(75 K.M.)      (Day-4)

The great Himalayan view with much bigger mountains and the shadows of the hanging glacial tops would a dominating companion for the most part of the trip.

Pangong to Leh (175 K.M.)      (Day-5)

These roads will test your biking skills with a bit of gruelling and grinding when we cross the second- highest Motorable road in the world, leading on forward is a well kept road all the way to Leh.

Leh to Khardungla to Nubra valley(124 K.M.)      (Day-7)

While we start our journey by riding the bikes from one of the world's highest vehicle accessible pass, riding here gives us satisfaction with a sense of achievement and a curiosity to explore more.

Nugra to Leh (124 K.M.)      (Day-8)

We will be coming back from Nubra to Leh.

Leh to Pengong (160K.M.)      (Day-9)

Visit to the largest saline water lake in Asia portioned between India and China situated at the height of about 4,350 m (14,270 ft.), it is 134 km long and extends from India to Tibet. During winter the lake freezes completely.

Leh to Kargil (214 K.M.)      (Day-11)

"KARGIL" the mere sound of the word when strikes our mind a wave of Patriotism unites all of us and our head looks up to the sky with pride and at the same it bows down in honour of The Fallen. It seems to be the reminder of the war at the LOC border of INDIA AND PAKISTAN in 1999 and also reminds us of the soldiers' selfless bravery and that feeling only increases respect for our Nation and its soldiers.

Kargil to Srinagar (205 K.M.)      (Day-12)

Yes its our 12th day and today we will be riding till Srinagar.Kings to saints and movies to books practically anyone who has ever been or read has entitled Srinagar as "Paradise on Earth", in 17 sanctuary Badshah Jahangir once said while living on a house boat on "Dal Lake" "Gar firdaus , ruhe Zamin ast, hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin asto" .

Srinagar sightseeing      (Day-13)

After a bit of rest and refreshing stay in your house boats while you enjoy the beauty of "Venice of East" its time to familiarize with the buzzing bazaars or visit places like Mughal Gardens, Chashma Shai, Pari Mahal, Nishant Bagh, Shankarachary Temple, Kheer Bhawani Temple etc. or even venture and explore the flora and fauna.

Srinagar to Pathankot (400 K.M.)      (Day-14)

Pathankot is a very famous place connected to Jammu and Kashmir, Himanchal, and Punjab.This place is special because it was the last stop of "Alexander the great" ,therefore, considering the historical significance of the place we decide this place to be our last spot of the tour before getting back to the capital.

Pathankot to Delhi (485 K.M.)      (Day-15)

Today we will leave for the capital and it is the second last day of our trip and of driving so ride hard.

Departure from Delhi      (Day-16)

Most of the people will say it is the end of our trip and techically it is but for us it is just a beginning to so many routes to explore and so many destinations to discover which starts with a feeling "i wish i did that" and ends with a feeling "i can't believe i did that" so we will meet again on a trip with full of Adventure and Fun where we do not wait for life but we ride to meet it.

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