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IRCTC will be able to book not only trains, flights but also ‘bikes’, the whole trip will be full of adventure

IRCTC has launched a special tour package of Leh-Manali, in which the entire journey will be covered by road and not by train. This trip will start from Delhi, and after reaching Manali by bus, the entire journey ahead will be covered by bike.

Indian Railways ( Indian Railways ) official website of IRCTC ( IRCTC through) now train and flight not only, but also on-line booking of Bikes ( Bikes Online Booking maybe). Recently, Railways has made this big announcement while announcing a new tour package.

IRCTC will make all the arrangements

Officials said that this trip is for those bike riders who want to go on a trip to Manali and Leh-Ladakh by bike. In this package, apart from the bike tour, complete arrangements for the accommodation, food, and drink of the passengers will be done by IRCTC. That is, during this journey, you will be tension-free in every way and you will be able to enjoy the journey to the fullest. Let us now know about the features that will be supported with this package. Along with this, we will also tell you about the cost of this tour package. 

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Journey will start from Delhi

According to IRCTC, this journey will start from Delhi, where you will be taken to Manali by road via Volvo. After this, the journey on a bike will start from Manali which will be done till Kargil via Leh. During this, you will have to ride the bike yourself. This is so that you can enjoy the adventure. Transport, hotel, miles, guide, and insurance will be arranged by IRCTC for you throughout this trip.

The more people the cheaper the ticket

Talking about the entire package, a single person will have to pay Rs 46,890. Whereas on booking a package of two people, a total of Rs 35,750 will have to be paid. At the same time, to book a package for three people, Rs 35,490 will have to be paid. It will be a journey of 12 nights and 13 days. During this, apart from shopping, you will not have to spend one rupee from your pocket. Railways will bear all the expenses of all of you.

How can I book online?

First of all, you have to visit the official website of Indian Railways. After this, you have to click on Indian Domestic Holidays and then click on Leh Tour Packages. After this, the complete list will open in front of you. Select the number of days you want to go on the tour and book it.

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