Take a bike trip to India’s one of the most unexplored and offbeat destinations - Spiti Valley. Get on the bikes from Chandigarh and ride to some of the most surreal places in India which will leave you breathless. You will agree with us when we say that for some of us mountains are like a second home and you feel like you belong to them. Once you are amidst these grand structures of pure awe you feel at home. If you are in eternal love with mountains then Spiti Valley will be a paradise for you.
The ever-changing tinge of the barren mountains in Spiti is the sight to behold. The starry sky with stars shining bright like diamonds and the rare sight of Milky Way will leave you speechless. The Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in Tabo which dates back to 996 AD is located in Spiti Valley and visiting it is like taking a trip through history. Key Gompa has the picture-perfect location by the Spiti River at the height of 13668 feet. The beautiful monastery amidst the mountains is a must-visit place. Spiti offers a perfect blend of beauty and adventure!
The spellbinding Spiti Valley will surprise you. You’ll see the dreamlike Chandratal Lake before concluding the journey at Manali. Take back home unforgettable memories from Spiti. This is the ultimate adrenaline-pumping adventure!
Day 01: Chandigarh to Narkanda (180 km / 8hours)
Start your journey from Chandigarh to Narkanda. Drive through the plain to beautiful hilly roads of Shimla, Shoghi and Narkanda. Every turn you take will have a beautiful view of the grand mountains. You will reach Narkanda on the same day and check-in at the hotel.
Day 02: Narkanda to Chitkul Via Sangla (185 km / 9hours)
Today’s destination is Sangla valley, a scenic station also known as Baspa valley as the river Baspa is nearby. You will be entering the border of Kinnaur district today and that will take you from beautifully made roads to picturesque villages of the district.
As you travel alongside river Baspa toward Chitkul valley, you will likely pass through Rakcham village (3,450 m). This is the highest altitude village of Baspa Valley in Himachal Pradesh and is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibet border. The Indian road ends here.
Overnight stay in camps at Chitkul.
Day 03: Chitkul to Kalpa (72Km / 4hours)
After breakfast in the morning, head out towards Sangla valley. Start out by riding towards Reckong Peo, the headquarter of Kinnaur. A few minutes from here, you will reach Kalpa, a beautiful place overlooking the Kinner Kailash. You will find the famous apple orchards here in Kinnaur.
Stay overnight at camps/hotel in Kalpa
Day 04: Kalpa - Kaza (207km / 10hours)
In the morning, start heading to Kaza, Spiti valley of Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on a ridge at a height of about 11,980 ft above the sea level. A scenic treat, Kaza is overlooked by high mountain ridges on all fronts. In the splendid greens, the town is incredibly rich in high-altitude flora and fauna.
Enjoy the serenity of this town; the town is segregated into two parts: the old and the new. The old town is located on the outer edge of the city and you can visit an ancient monastery here. Spend the day exploring the surroundings.
Overnight stay at a hotel.
Day 05: Kaza Excursion Day to Key monastery, Langza, Komic, Hikkim villages
Post early morning breakfast, take your bike out today to explore the spectacular beauty of Kaza. Visit the tourist spots including Key Gompa monastery that is nestled between the mountains in a bowl shape, in the small village Langza of Spiti valley. This village is at a whopping height of about 14,500 ft above sea level. It is also considered to be one of the highest villages in the world with a motorable road and Komic is the highest village with a road.
Another location, Hikkim is a village in the Spiti district, close to Kaza. This is one of the highest year-round inhabited locations in India.
Overnight stay at a hotel.
Day 06: Kaza to Chandratal (100km)
As we ride our motorbikes out of Kaza, the next location on our maps is the beautiful crescent-shaped Chandratal Lake. Parking here is available two kilometres away from the lake. The lake is situated in the Spiti part of the Lahaul and Spiti district and is also called “Moon Lake” (courtesy its shape). It is overlooked by the mountains on one side and a cirque on the other. After sunset, it is a beauty to behold. Enjoy the night in camps under a starry sky.
Day 07: Chandratal to Kullu Manali (160km)
Today you will start riding back to Manali. Once you check into the hotel, your bikes will be collected back and this is the end of your motorbiking expedition.
Overnight stay at the hotel
Day 08: Manali to Chandigarh / Delhi
Today is a day kept free for you to relax and explore the natural beauty of Manali just one more time.
Later in the evening, you will be leaving for Delhi or Chandigarh in the Volvo.
|Own Bike - Solo Rider Without fuel||23,999|
|Own Bike - with Pillion Without Fuel||23,999|
|Single Rider with RE 350cc including fuel||44,999|
|Dual Rider with RE 350cc including fuel||34,999|
|Innova / Tempo Traveller||37,999|
|Single sharing Supplement Cost||9,600|
|500 CC Motorbike Upgrade||4,200|
|Himalayan Motorbike Upgrade||9,000|
|Gear - Elbow Guard + Knee Guard + Gloves||900|
Section 01: Package without Motorcycle
Section 02: Package with Motorbike
Section 03: Package with MUV