12 Day All Inclusive Himalayan Motorbike Rumble, India – INCLUDES FLIGHTS!

*Please Note – Prices listed are per person, based on twin/double accommodation and subject to availability. Valid for travel 2018/ 2019 departures as listed. Includes return flights from any Australian capital city, domestic transfers additional. Bookable with deposit only outside 8 weeks of departure, ask The Travel Project for custom payment plans and group pricing!

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$8,759.00 Per Person


Your Epic Motorbike Himalayan Journey Includes: 

Return international airfares from any Australian capital city!

All transfers within India (including airport transfers)

Royal Enfield motorcycle – Hell Yeah!

Luggage transport


Spare parts


Mechanics and tools

Some entry fees

Some entertainment

Adventure guide

The best food in India (3 solid meals per day)

Comfortable air-conditioned accommodation

Travel insurance and bike (with an excess) insurance also included

TTP EXCLUSIVE BONUS: Custom Digital Itinerary – which can be synced to your phone!


Some highlights of your trip include:

The Kinnaur Valley – Quality tarred roads winding all day between 2000 and 3500 metres. Ride through lush alpine scenery under waterfalls that gradually change to alpine desert as we approach the infamous Spiti Valley.

The Spiti Valley –  The Spiti Valley is breathtaking as far as the eye can see and further than one could ever imagine. River crossings, glaciers, and sheer drops that will send shivers down your spine. Amazing Buddhist culture and some of the most remote border villages on earth.

Leh, Ladakh. The road approaching Leh will put an ear-to-ear grin on your dial. Tough and exhausting but always breathtaking. Ride the two highest mountain passes on the planet and stroll through the handcraft markets of Leh.


Daily Itinerary:

Day 1. Delhi to Manali (Car)

Day 2. Manali to Tirthan Valley

Day 3. Secret mountain pass (nearby Jalori Pass) to Narkanda

Day 4. Sangla Valley

Day 5. Kalpa

Day 6. Into the amazing Spiti Valley – Nako on the Tibetan border

Day 7. Kaza for a rest day

Day 8. Kaza Rest day – awesome little Tibetan village

Day 9. Sissu camp

Day 10. Sarchu or alternatively Psokar depending on road conditions

Day 11. Into Kashmir – Leh, Ladakh

Day 12. Kardung La (the world’s highest road) and back to Leh for lunch


**Subject to change without notice depending on road and traffic conditions, political stability, livestock movements, weather and rock falls.

Starting in the carnage of Old Delhi we take you to a secret location about 4 hours north of Delhi for the night, collect our bikes in the morning and ride to our eco-lodge near Narkanda via Shimla the following day.

You will experience the worlds most amazing roads in The Kinnaur Valley, the famous Buddhist alpine desert, The Spiti Valley, Ladakh and Leh. The world’s highest and second highest mountain passes, disputed borders with China and Pakistan, and camp at the Moon Lake.

Ride the Hindustan-Tibetan “Highway” east into the Spiti Valley. Visiting Kalpa and Nako on the Tibet border, well known as India’s wildest and scariest road. Stop for a few nights at a rugged little hamlet high up in the Himalayas to hang with Buddhist monks.

Camp at Chandra Taal, The Lake of the Moon and camp (or glamp!) on the shore of a glacial pool among stunning snow peaks.

From Jispa/Sarchu we ride to Leh taking a trip out to Khardung La, the worlds highest motorable road.

As ambitious and adventurous as it gets.


Your Accommodation:

Old Delhi – Our guesthouse, tucked down an alleyway away from the craziness, is an oasis in Old Delhi. Let us show you the real India, this is not a backpacker or tourist enclave and not for the faint hearted. Real, in-your-face India at its best, you will grow to love this hidden little treasure!

Eco Lodge Narkanda – Stay in cozy cabins perched high above the clouds looking down upon Shimla and the plains of India. This could well be Switzerland apart from the amazing home cooked Dal Makarni, chapati and Indian sweets. You will never forget the amazing road to access the lodge.


Please contact The Travel Project crew if you require further assistance regarding groups and additional guests. Alternative dates may also be available for similar style packages if this package does not work in with your ideal dates and duration spent abroad. 

Additional information




6 AUGUST 2018 – 17 AUGUST 2018, 21 AUGUST 2018 – 1 SEPTEMBER 2018, 5 JULY 2019 – 16 JULY 2019, 22 JULY 2019 – 2 AUGUST 2019, 6 AUGUST 2019 – 17 AUGUST 2019, 21 AUGUST 2019 – 1 SEPTEMBER 2019