Manali To Leh
Manali to Leh – The Highest Motorable Road in the World . Driving over the four highest mountain passes in the world; Rohtang la, Baralacha la, Tanglang la & Lachlang la.
Manali in Himachal Pradesh is the roadhead for the trans-Himalayan highway for the legendary two-day journey to Ladakh”s capital, Leh. The breath-taking view at every turn of the Manali-Leh highway imprints images that remain long after.The 485 km route, open only for 3 months in the year, takes around 24 hours with an overnight camp at Sarchu at an altitude of 4,000 m.
Day 1: Manali.
Arrive Manali. Overnight at Hotel
Day 2: Manali.
Explore the picturesque Valley of Gods at Manali and Nagar. An easy day of strolling around Manali. Visit Dhungri Temple (also known as Hadimba Temple by locals) and the quaint village of Nagar with its many ancient temples, including the 11th-12th century Temple Gauri and the Tripura Sundri Devi Temple. Overnight at Hotel in Manali.
Day 3: Manali – Keylong – Sarchu (4630 Mts / 250 km / 8-9hrs)
Drive to Keylong over the Rohtang Pass (13054 Ft) the district headquarters of Lahaul & Spiti, which is like an oasis of green fields; willow planted watercourses and mighty brown mountains. The lady of Keylong is an imposing snow covered peak it is an amazing rock feature.
Continue drive further to Sarchu, the road from Darcha to Baralacha (16341 Ft) the pass goes through amazing switch back roads at Zing-Zing Bar and the sky blue Suraj Tal lake. Just over Baralacha is Sarchu the border of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Overnight at the Camp.
Day 4: Sarchu – Leh (220 km / 8-9 hrs)
Today drive to Leh over Tanglan-la (17548 Ft) the second highest road in the world and Lachlang-la (16613 Ft.)