Rules on the trip
Travellers will be required to pay a refundable, security deposit of INR 10,000 per motorbike. Any major damage or loss to the motorbike and use of any spare parts will be deducted from the security deposit. This deposit is payable directly to the tour operator and any disputes involving the deposit will be settled between the tour operator and the traveller.
Travellers are required to follow all instructions of the road captain during the Ladakh motorbiking trip.
Consumption of alcohol and drugs is strictly prohibited during the trip. Travellers suspected of intoxication will not be allowed to participate in the trip.
Travellers are required to carry a valid, govt-issued photo ID card and a valid driver's licence.
Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.
If the tour operator cancels this Ladakh motorbiking trip on the scheduled departure date due to any unavoidable circumstances, then you'll either be offered a spot in the next scheduled departure date or a 100% refund will be provided.
If you cancel this Ladakh motorbiking trip at any day after the booking: no refund.
In case of no show: no refund.
All refunds will be processed after deducting a transaction fee of INR 200 per person. This fee is charged by The Great Next.
Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions
All prices displayed are for travellers with an Indian citizenship. Foreign nationals will be charged a premium to account for the additional cost of obtaining special Inner Line permits from the government.
Travellers are allowed to bring their own motorbike on this Ladakh motorbiking trip. In such cases, the price of the trip will not include safety helmets and fuel. Please ensure that your motorbike is registered to the rider's name and all documents (pollution check, insurance, driver's licence etc) are in order.
The departure date and itinerary of this Ladakh motorbiking trip is subject to change on account of any unavoidable circumstances like landslides, flight cancellations or weather conditions.
The tour operator reserves the right to alter the trip cost in case there is an unprecedented hike in the price of petrol.