If you’re already getting a bit of excitement up on the Roof of the World, where better than on the back of a bike – it saves on the uphill shoe leather and its not short of excitement.
The specific where is Ladakh, essentially Manali to Leh. So of course, you already need to be in the region, it’s more of an excursion than a package tour, but if you like a rush with your back-packing adventures and can get up to Manali sometime soon, there will be plenty of excitement, tons of spectacular scenery, challenging mini-rivers of mud, old forts, crystal clear lakes, the Tanglang-La Pass said to be the second-highest motorable drive in the world and in case I didn’t mention it plenty of excitement.
Dev Bhumi and the team are leading further trips through the rest of August and September
Book now and get to Manali by August 17th, 24th or 31st or other dates in September
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“The FCO advise against all travel to Jammu and Kashmir with the exception of (i) travel within the city Jammu, (ii) travel by air to the city of Jammu, (iii) travel within the region of Ladakh.”
“On 3 October 2016, the Jammu and Kashmir government confirmed foreign nationals travelling to the Nubra valley in Leh no longer require a protected area permit to visit the area.”
But through a wider lens about Jammu and Kashmir:
“Foreigners remain vulnerable in rural districts and outside the main population centres and tourist areas. There is a risk of unpredictable violence, including bombings, grenade attacks, shootings and kidnapping. The long-standing policy of the British Government is not to make substantive concessions to hostage takers. The level of consular assistance that the British High Commission can provide in Jammu & Kashmir is extremely limited.”