Ride the Indian Himalayas

Development journeys for students

For 4 months in the year, the snow melts, the ice recedes and the highest Himalayan passes in the world are opened to free-spirited adventurers. Very few people in the world get the opportunity to ride where bottled oxygen may be a necessity. Our trip takes you on classic Royal Enfield’s from Manali at the foothills of the Indian Himalayas, to Leh in Ladakh, one of the remotest places on earth. For eight days you will ride the highest official passes in the world, higher even than Everest Base Camp, and on the high Tibetan plateau you will ride parts of the ancient Silk Road, see nomadic tribes and visit a 1,000-year-old Buddhist monastery. This is a bucket-list tour that you will affect you in a good way.
This trip is truly unique because of the people that participants will be able to meet and converse with; the life coaching sessions are included in the cost and will take place every day as participants experience all that the changed environment has to offer.

This is one from the big bucket

Ride higher than Everest Base Camp

Visit to Buddhist temples

350cc Royal Enfield’s plus fuel

Travel and medical insurance

We will take a maximum of 10 riders to ensure a highly personalized experience

Join us on our next journey

1 to 14 September 2017

COST R56,000

Excluding VAT
The price includes all flights, all accommodation, all bike hire, all fuel, three meals per day.

EXCLUSIONS

Items of personal nature and drinks outside mealtime.

2017 TRAVEL DATES

Tour dates 1 to 14 September 2017

BUCKET LIST

This is a BIG bucket!
Ride higher than Everest Base Camp

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Tour dates
1 to 14 September 2017

Royal Enfield Classic Himalayan Odyssey 2017

The following are all included in the price:

All return flights to India and Manali (ex JHB)

All accommodation at mid range hotels and camps (one tented night)

All meals

All entrance fee’s

All guiding and mechanical assistance

Back up vehicle

Visit to Buddhist temples and private audiences with Tibetan monks

Oxygen in case of emergency

Rental of 350cc Royal Enfield’s plus fuel

Travel and medical insurance