The Manali-Leh aka 'The Trans-Himalayan' Trail in India
The Manali-Leh Highway, aka The Trans-Himalayan, is definitely the most beautiful and awe-inspiring riding trails in India But more than beauty, it’s the stimulated Adventure that rules the day here.~
Straddling your Royal Enfield, as you cross Rohtang La (a3900m/12,975ft high pass) and Khardung La (5602m/18379ft) often regarded as passages to two worlds - of mythological Hinduism and the contemporary Tibetan Buddhism, you not only conquer the world’s highest motorable roads, but also the mot treacherous. So be ready for some action and many uncalled-for physical challenges. Join us on a journey, seeking the ultimate!
In around a 1000km ride, that takes at least 10 days to cover, you come across bewitching lunar landscapes, nomadic people, goat and Yak herders and sometimes a snow leopard too. ~
What our recent guests have to say about us...

Kostas (Greece)

Perfectly carved itinerary & a very professional approach. Dev (who even came to receive and see us off at the airport) stayed with us like a shadow, while appreciating our personal space. He is, indeed, a remarkable host!

Chris (Australia)

Dev’s motorbiking in the Himalayas+Taj Mahal tour will show you (almost) everything that India has to offer. In just 15 days, you will travel the lengths and breadths of this highly diversified country. Totally recommended!

Max (Germany)

It took me almost 4 months to carefully choose a tour in India and I am happy that I did it with Footloose Dev. Their approach of carrying out tours with foreign tourists was starkly professional. Look forward to revisiting India soon.

Amandine (France)

I know Dev personally and travelled with him the first time about 4 years ago while backpacking in India. Dev's deep understanding about India that he has collected over years of travelling across India, makes him a great host.
Experience The Deadliest & The Most Unpredictable Roads In The World

The Organiser

Hi my name is Dev and I am the only face behind FootlooseDev Expeditions. From the heights of Ladakh to the depths of the Indian Ocean, I know my country 'India' like the back of my hand. I did my last job as a documentary producer in England, before moving to India and becoming a full time travel blogger/photographer, and a nomad, in 2015. Join me on one of the most epic and adventurous motorbiking trails in the Himalayas!