Spiti Motorcycle Tour Starting From ₹20,999/ - 10 Days

Spiti, the land of adventure and thrill. Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. This region is covered with the cold mountain deserts of the Himalayas, green patches, quiet villages and monasteries. Spiti has a world of its own, it’s a valley where we can find scenic Himalayan lakes, surreal moonscapes, highlands nourished by prayers, glacial streams and rugged terrains. Spiti valleys separate India and Tibet and the valley with surrounding regions are a few of the least populated regions in India.

INCLUDED
Accommodation for 9 Night on Triple Sharing basis mentioned as per the itinerary (Double Sharing basis for couples).
Back up vehicle 4*4 with mechanic
Inner Line permits
9 Breakfast and 9 Dinners / person
Dedicated tour guide and Tour captain, First-aid medical kits
Pick-up and drop from Delhi to Delhi in Volvo(Semi-Sleeper)

Royal Enfield bikes 500cc & Himalayan.
An Oxygen Cylinder 24X7 in the car in case of emergency
Fuel Included
Charges as mentioned in the itinerary
Badges & expedition stickers for bikes and helmets

Pick-up and drop from Delhi to Delhi in Volvo(Semi-Sleeper)
NOT INCLUDED
Meals which are not mentioned in the inclusions
Any Travel expense from Delhi and Back

Any personal expenses like laundry, telephone bills, tips etc
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc to be borne by the client directly on the spot
Any other item which is not specified under cost inclusions.
Any entrance fee to the monastery and monuments.
Travel Insurance.
Taxes: 5% GST

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Overview

Spiti, the land of adventure and thrill. Spiti Valley is a cold
desert mountain valley located in the northern Indian state
of Himachal Pradesh. This region is covered with the cold
mountain deserts of Himalayas, green patches, quiet villages
and monastries. Spiti has a world of its own, its a valley
where we can find scenic Himalayan lakes, surreal
moonscapes, highlands nourished by prayers, glacial
streams and rugged terrains. Spiti valleys separates India
and Tibet and the valley with surrounding regions are few of
the least populated regions in India.

Itinerary

Day 1
Delhi to Manali

The trip starts from Delhi, Meet our
representative at Volvo pick up meeting point in
Delhi, You will further travel in Volvo in an
overnight journey to Manali , from Manali our
motorcycle trip will start.

Day 2
Manali

Upon your arrival at Patlikuhl stop near
Manali, the team will take you by tempo
traveller to your respective hotels to freshen
up and rest a while. In the afternoon,we will
have our first briefing session by the Road
Marshall who will brief the team about the
road conditions and ridding techniques.Post
lunch the team will be allotted bikes and will
be taken for a test ride till Jana waterfalls.
Post the test ride the team can confirm if any
issues with the bikes they have been
allotted

Day 3
Manalito Jibhi

Today we begin our journey towards our 1st
stop at Jibhi. We will start our day post
breakfast.Dinner & Night Stay at Jibhi. Often
referred to as a mesmerising “hamlet”
situated amidst the lush green forests and
surrounded by variegated mountains. Jibhi is
just the right place to relax and spend some
peaceful moments with your loved ones. An
offbeat place in Himachal Pradesh, Jibhi is
untouched by industrialization and surrounded
by nature. The dense pine forests, tranquil
freshwater lakes and pristine temples make
this place worth visiting.

Day 4
Jibhi to Sangla

Today we will be heading towards
Sangla.Upon arrival at Sangla, you may rest
and gear up for the ride the next day. Dinner
& Night Stay at Sangla. Sangla, a populous
village, situated on the right bank of the
Baspa river, is famous for its high fertile soil.
The natural scenery all around and the
eternal snow view are picturesque and
charming. It is located in the famous Baspa
valley

Day 5
Sangla to Kalpa

Today we will be heading towards Kalpa,
Dinner & Night stay at Kalpa. Kalpa is a
small town in the Sutlej river valley, above
Reckong Peo in Kinnaur district of Himachal
Pradesh, Northern India, in the Indian
Himalaya. Inhabited by Kinnauri people and
known for its apple orchards. Apples are a
major cash-crop for the region.

Day 6
Kalpa to Kaza

Today we will be heading towards Kaza. Upon
arrival at Kaza, we will explore the town along
with its local Monasteries such as ancient
Sakya Tangyud Monastery, Tangyud
Monastery, Key Gompa, Kibber village, Gette
Village.Dinner & Night Stay at Kaza. The town
of Kaza or Kaze is the sub divisional
headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley in the
western Himalayas in Lahaul and Spiti district
of Himachal Pradesh.We will return by
evening post which you may rest and gear up
for the ride the next day.

Day 7
Kaza

By far, this will be the most eventful day of
your journey. Start your ride early in the
morning as this one is going to be a long day.
Visit the world’s highest post office which is
located in Hikkim and also the world’s highest
village connected via motorable road, Komik.
Also, visit the famous Langza where you will
get tremendous views of the Chau Chau Kang
Nelda Peak and the Buddha Statue looking
down at the valley. Dinner and overnight stay
at Kaza.

Day 8
Kaza to Chandratal

Post breakfast we continue our journey by riding
towards Chandra Taal. Dinner & Night Stay at
Tents near Chandratal lake. Chandra Taal, or
Chandra Tal is a lake in the Spiti part of Lahaul
and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh
.ChandraTal starts from Batal, and the journey is
breathtakingly beautiful.

Day 9
Chandartalto Manali

Today we start our return journey back to Manali.
Upon arrival the team may rest for a while. Rest
of the night is for leisure. Dinner & Night Stay at Manali

Day 10
Manalito Delhi

Ta doransha, kha-leh shu, yâng-kya pheb-ronang!! (It’s time to go, Goodbye, Please
come again!!) Goodbyes are not the end!! It
is the beginning of a new chapter. You will be
dropped at volvo pick up point from where
you will head back to Delhi in an overnight
journey

What is famous about Spiti?

Paradise for adventurers. Mesmerising view of the mountains with fresh air.

What is not so good about Spiti?

Risky highways. Hostile in late monsoons and winters. Become deserted during the winters.

Who should visit Spiti?

Ideal for all sorts of adventurers, whether trekking, or camping, or even hiking. Also suitable for backpackers from nearby sites like New Delhi, Shimla, Manali, etc.

What is the best time to visit Spiti?

The best time to visit Spiti is from March to June. The ones who are into a relaxing vacation should visit Spiti during this season when the temperature ranges from 0 – 15-degree Celcius, which starts from March and lasts until June. Winters in Spiti are for the daring. The road connectivity is unreliable during the winters with Manali-Kaza highway being cut-off. The snow leopard expedition is one activity that takes the cake during this season. It is best to avoid planning a trip to Spiti during the monsoon months (July- September), since the continuous heavy rainfall, followed by landslides and slippery roads, may spoil your holiday mood to a great extent.

What is the local food in Spiti?

Spiti’s cuisine has an interesting mix of delicacies which one must indulge in. Though the Tibetan food dominates the platters here, one finds satisfying North-Indian food as well as a dash of Israeli food. The village sways with barley fields which is the biggest source of food. The grain is used to produce arrack (barley whisky), chang (barley beer); and roasted flour is made into laddoos or breakfast cereal called thungpa. The local food items that one should not miss include Momos, Thukpa, Butter tea, Chang (a locally made beer), Arkah (a locally made whiskey) and more. Other than these, flavoured and aromatic teas such as those with garnishes of lemon, mint, ginger, honey are quite popular.

What are the things to do in Spiti?

The top things to do in Spiti are Chandratal Lake, Key Monastery, Kunzum Pass, Pin Valley National Park, Suraj Tal, Dhankar Monastery. You can see all the places to visit in Spiti here

What are the places near Spiti?

The top places near to Spiti are Manali which is 79 km from Spiti, Kaza which is located 3 km from Spiti, Kasol which is located 72 km from Spiti, Ladakh which is located 195 km from Spiti, Shimla which is located 150 km from Spiti

The Trip Cost

Solo Rider (1 Bike,1 Rider)


Dual Rider (2 Person, 1 Bike)


BYOB (Bring Your Own Bike, Fuel
Excluded)


SEAT in Car (traveller/innova)
: INR39,500 +5%GST
: INR33,500 +5%GST
: INR21,000+5%GST
: INR24,000+5%GST,
: INR27,000+5%GST


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*Himalayan Solo 2.5k extra
Himalayan Dual 1.5k extra


 

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