Many of us make plans and day dream about road trip on bike from Manali to leh and most of us never able to do so. There are people who take there travelling passion very seriously and for them travelling is work. This time our Himalyan Girl Parul Jasrotia from Jammu went from Manali-Leh on bike with her group.
She did this trip under the name of her travel based vblog Travels Tales India. Trip began on June 10th from Manali and they traveled RohtangLa – BaralachLa – Sarchu – Upshi – Leh – KhardungLa – Nubra – Pangong – ChangLa – Leh – Kargil – Drass- Sonamarg -Srinagar – Jammu its a long journey.
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We presents to you a glimpse through the eyes and experience of Parul Jasrotia, a Jammu based biker and traveller.
“We had a great experience and as a group, you learn a lot to manage with different personalities. we were from different parts, Sandeep Singh from Samba, Jasbir Singh from Ramban, Satyam Mahto from Bihar and Umesh Mandal from Jaharkhand though it seems bit irritating sometimes but ultimately it add more to the memories once you are back,” Parul Jasrotia, told Jammuvirasat.
For miles, one is cut off from the rest of the world without any mobile network or internet. It provides perfect setup for reflecting back on ones goals and life.
This is a perfect trip to experience solitude and solace. Yet one is never alone as fellow bikers, even if total strangers, are always ready to help.
Along the way, you can also visit the world’s highest restaurant at Changla Top.
Your path is as tough as you think it is & as easy as you want to make it. Enroute Tanglangla, at height of 17582 feet, is the second highest motorable pass of the world.
Agreed, the terrains are not the best to ride on, but a few kilometres on them and you’ll want the journey to never end.
Planning a road-trip. That’s great.
Keep us posted with your travel trails. Enjoy.