Spiti Valley
Bike Trip

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26,999 INR

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    Spiti Valley Bike Trip

    Spiti Valley is a picturesque paradise evoking tranquillity and spirituality, with many Buddhist monasteries and breathtaking natural locations, the majority of which are unexplored and therefore unspoiled. The valley, which is nestled in Himachal Pradesh, has a jagged landscape sliced by the pure and fast-flowing Spiti river, which gushes through deep gorges and valleys. Water sports enthusiasts flock to the river, particularly for river rafting. The valley’s lush and emerald landscape, surrounded by snow-capped mountains, is perfect for adventure-sports enthusiasts such as trekking, paragliding, and camping. Read More

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    Itinerary Details

    Delhi – Manali
    The Spiti Valley Bike Trip expedition will begin in Delhi, where our team will meet you at the pickup point and drive you to Manali, the Valley of Gods. The trip from Delhi to Manali will take approximately 11-12 hours and will undoubtedly be enjoyable, as it will keep you all excited and passionate about your Spiti Valley Bike Trip. During overnight trips, Volvo will be in charge of your comfort issues.
    Day - 1
    Arrive Manali - Local City Tour
    We will arrive in Manali early in the morning, check into our rooms, and rest. The bikes will then be turned over to you, along with comprehensive information about the routes, maps, destinations, and rules and regulations that our team will provide. Now you're ready to go on a local Manali city trip, where you'll see the captivating beauty of nature mixed with historical and mythological elements. Hadimba Temple, Tibetan Monasteries, Nature Reserve, and Old Manali (swaying eucalyptus, charming roads, cute little eateries, small kitschy marketplaces and cafes that serve your favourite continental food), Manu Maharishi temple are all worth visiting (one and only temple in India dedicated to Rishi Manu after whom the town is named). After savouring Manali's delectable local cuisine, the night will be spent at the hotel.
    Day - 2
    Manali to Rampur
    After a delicious breakfast, we continue on for 197 kilometres to Rampur, which has all of the latest amenities and can be used as a stopover before the long voyage to Lahaul Spiti. Rampur is a small business centre. The Satluj River is lower in elevation than its surroundings. The first day of our journey from Manali will end when we arrive in Rampur. Overnight will be spent at Rampur in tents directly beneath a dazzling star-studded sky with an exhilarating campfire.
    Day - 3
    Rampur to Chitkul
    We'll start riding towards Chitkul, the Crown of Kinnaur, after a delicious breakfast. The river Baspa will be on your right side as you go to Chitkul valley. You'll pass through Rakcham village on your way there. Within the apple gardens along the Baspa River, there are numerous camp sites. It is the largest village in the Baspa Valley of Himachal Pradesh, at an elevation of 3450 metres (11,345 feet). Near the Indo-China border, it is the last inhabited village. This is where the Indian road comes to an end. When you arrive in Chitkul, you'll spend the night in a tent.
    Day - 4
    Chitkul to Tabo
    We begin riding towards Tabo, a small village in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, India, on the banks of the Spiti River. Tabo is a traditional Himalayan village located on the Rekong Peo and Kaza highway in the Lahaul-Spiti area of Himachal Pradesh, India. Tabo is a small town on the banks of the Spiti River, at an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level. Tabo is known for its ancient monastery, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tabo Monastery is also known as the "Himalayan Ajanta" because of the large number of frescoes painted on the walls. These frescoes were painted by Kashmiri artists with herbal colours, and “Jataka Tales” can be found all over the wall. Check into the hotel for an overnight stay when you arrive.
    Day - 5
    Tabo to Kaza
    We will ride to Kaza in the morning and then into the Spiti Valleys. Kaza is a well-known and prominent village in the Spiti Valley in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Kaza is a stunningly attractive place to visit, perched on a ridge 11,980 feet above sea level. Kaza is surrounded on all sides by high mountain ridges. The village is completely surrounded by greenery and is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna. Kaza Kaza Kaza Kaza Kaza Kaz Without mentioning its natural beauty and tranquil vegetation, a travel guide will be incomplete. The village is divided into two sections: old and new. An ancient monastery is the main attraction in the old town, which is situated on the city's outskirts. You now have your bike, which is awe-inspiring with its brilliant colours and ready to be studied for the rest of the day. The motel will be our home for the moment.
    Day - 6
    Kaza Excursion Day to Key monastery, Langza, Komic, Hikkim villages
    We will explore the magnificent beauty of Kaza after breakfast. We will visit the Key Gompa Monastery and Langza, a small remote village nestled between the mountains in a bowl-shaped area in the Spiti Valley. This village is situated at an elevation of 14,500 ft above sea level in the Himachal Pradesh district of Lahaul and Spiti. Langza is also regarded as one of the world's highest villages with a motorable road. And Komic is the world's largest road-connected town. Hikkim is a village in Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul and Spiti district in northern India. It is in close proximity to the Kaza locale. With homes ranging from 4330 to 4400 metres, it is one of India's largest year-round inhabited sites. The motel will be our home for the moment.
    Day - 7
    Kaza to Chandratal
    We'll ride from Kaza to Chandratal, where there's a motorable road that leads to a parking lot 2 kilometres before the lake. The ‘Lake of the Moon,' also known as Chandra Tal, is located in the Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul and Spiti district. The crescent shape of the lake gave it its name. It is situated in the Himalayas at a height of about 4,300 metres (14,100 feet). On one side, mountains overlook the lake, while on the other, a majestic cirque offers a view. At dawn, Chandra Tal gives a spectacular view (after sunset).
    Day - 8
    Chandratal to Manali to Delhi
    We start riding back to Manali early in the morning after breakfast. After arriving in Manali, it's time to bid farewell to your best friend, the bike that has accompanied you on this daring journey. Motorcycling would come to an end as a result of this. By the evening, we'll be on our way to Delhi on a Volvo bus.
    Day - 9
    Delhi
    We'll arrive in Delhi around 10 a.m., and now you've got a group of good friends and an extra bag to take home, which is full of daring, fun-filled memories to treasure for a lifetime.
    Day - 10

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    Important Details

    • From day 02 to day 09, one Enfield 350 cc motorcycle per rider will be used in accordance with the above itinerary. (Bike Rental Package)
    • During your bike trip in the Spiti Valley, you'll need to stay somewhere (camping)
    • For the duration of the Spiti Valley Bike Trip, fuel is required (Rented Bike Package)
    • Accommodation in a double bedded room in a hotel/camp/guest house on a sharing basis.
    • Dinner and Breakfast (From dinner on the second day of arrival in Manali until breakfast on the ninth day of departure from Manali)
    • For the entire Spiti Valley Bike Trip in bike, an experienced motorcycle mechanic is required.
    • All Spiti Valley Bike Trip Permission Fees Volvo transportation from Delhi to Manali & return 01 backup jeep for more than 10 riders
    • For the Spiti Valley Bike Trip, all fees and tolls are included.
    • Campfires with Bones (Depends upon Availability)
    • Spiti Valley Bike Trip Memories for a Lifetime
    • Spiti Valley Bike Trip Achievement Certificate
    • Lunch is not included, nor is any other food not specified in the itinerary.
    • Unless otherwise noted, all hotels offer early check-in or late checkout rooms.
    • Any entrance fees to any location
    • Any airline tickets, visa fees, and airport taxes
    • Drinks, laundry, phone calls, tips, camera fees, and other personal costs
    • Liability for changes in itinerary due to events outside our control, such as flight and train timetable changes, flight/train cancellations, political unrest, natural disasters, and so on.
    • Driver, guide, hotel staff, and representative tips
    • Are there any portages at the hotel? (for baggage on arrival and departure from the hotel)
    • At monuments, there is a charge for using a photograph or video camera.
    • GST 5%
    • Accommodation during the Har Ki Dun trek (camping)
    • All meals – vegetarian
    • Campfire at Camps (If Available)
    • Trekking permits and forest camping charges
    • Trekking equipment For Har Ki Dun Trek (Hiking Pole, Crampons,
    • Gaiters, tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.)
    • Services of an expert trek leader of Har Ki Dun Trek (qualified in basic/advanced mountaineering courses)
    • Services of an expert trek team Of Har Ki Dun Trek (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)
    • Safety equipment for Har Ki Dun Trek (first aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretcher, etc.)
    • Achievement Certificate of Har Ki Dun Trek
    • Memories of Life Time of Har Ki Dun Trek
    • Accommodation during the Har Ki Dun trek (camping)
    • All meals – vegetarian
    • Campfire at Camps (If Available)
    • Trekking permits and forest camping charges
    • Trekking equipment For Har Ki Dun Trek (Hiking Pole, Crampons,
    • Gaiters, tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.)
    • Services of an expert trek leader of Har Ki Dun Trek (qualified in basic/advanced mountaineering courses)
    • Services of an expert trek team Of Har Ki Dun Trek (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)
    • Safety equipment for Har Ki Dun Trek (first aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretcher, etc.)
    • Achievement Certificate of Har Ki Dun Trek
    • Memories of Life Time of Har Ki Dun Trek

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