Motorcycle Ride / Roadtrip to Lahaul – Spiti Valley

"Spiti : A World within World" - Sir Rudyard Kipling

Place: Spiti Valley

Type: Bike

Endurance: Low

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Motorcycle Ride

Cost: Rs.32000.00




Motorcycle Rides


Adventure Tours








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Day 01: 

Arrival in Chandigarh, Bike collection and local site seeing, Stay in Chandigarh.


Day 2: 

Chandigarh to Simla, 114 km – 5 hrs.
This half a day ride will take you to the most beautiful Hill Station of Himachal. Rest day we will spend in sightseeing at Simla for its Mall Road, Lakhar Bazaar, Jakhu temple.Stay at Simla.


Day 3: 

Simla to Sangla, 224km – 8 hrs.
Start Early, Enjoy the 8-9 hrs ride through amazing Kinnaur Valley. Reach Sangla and Stay.


Day 4: 

Sangla to Chitkul and back to Kalpa via Sangla. 90km – 4 hrs.

Start early, Ride the beautiful Chitkul Valley, Lunch at Chitkul and Visit kamru Fort at Sangla. Reach Kalpa by 5 pm and watch the mesmerizing Sunset over Mt. KinnerKailash


Day 5: 

Kalpa to Tabo, 160 km - 8 hrs.
Now you will see the drastic change in the terrain, The greenery starts eloping into cold desert en route the oldest Indo- Tibet Highway. The mountain changes its colors in every 10-15 km. An amazing confluence of Sutlej and Spiti Rivers in the background of Leo Purygal Peak will take your 30 mins. We will be crossing the infamous Mallingnala post-Nako. The 2 hrsstip descend post-Nako will taste your riding skills.We will be visiting the 500-year-old GeyuMonestery after clearing military check at Sumdo.
Stay at Tabo


Day 6:

Tabo – Dhankar – Mud - Kaza, 100 kms – 3 hrs.
We will be visiting Dhankar monastery on the way and also we will try to visit Mud village which is the innermost village in Pin Parvati valley. It’s a rest day for Bike checkup and 0local market visit. Stay at Kaza.


Day 7: 11th Aug 17

Kaza – Ki Monastery -Kibber Village – Tashgang Village – Kaza
We will be visiting the famous Ki Monastery, Kibber Village &Tashgang Village. Kibber and Taashgang are a dead end of the road. The visit to Tashgang is absolutely dependent on road condition. Stay at Kaza.


Day 8: 

Kaza – Komic – Langza – Kaza
The travel today is one of most exciting one. The serpent style road leads to Langza – One of the highest inhabited villages in Asia. We can view ChauChau Kang Nelda Peak from Langza, The great Buddha Statue at Langza and Tanggyud Monastery at Komic are the major attraction. Stay at Kaza.


Day 9: 

Kaza – Losar – Kunzum Pass – Chandratal/ Battle, 100kms – 6 hrs
Now onwards you will be missing an important part of any road trip, i.e. The Road. Yes, Now onwards, it's completely off road. We will be crossing Kunzum Pass (15,000 ft approx.). The basic tented stay at amazing Chandratal.


Day 10: 

Chandratal -Manali. 120 km, 8 hrs
The complete out of the world experience of this 120 km ride is going through Batal – Chattru – Gramphu. It will take 8-9 hrs easily to cover this complete off road belt. Climb up the Rohtang Pass (13800 ft) and reacManali by the evening. Stay at Manali.


Day 11: 

Manali Sight Seeing / Buffer Day
You can explore Manali or just take rest in the hotel.


Day 12: 

Manali - Chandigarh, 300km – 10 hrs.
Start Early and reach Chandigarh by the evening. This beautiful day ride will take you through Kullu and Mandi valley.


Day 13: 

Chandigarh Sight Seeing /. Bike Transfers


Day 14: 

Chandigarh – Mumbai

• Identity Proof
• Windcheaters
• Cap
• Woolen cap
• Pair of Woolen Gloves
• Fleece Sweatshirt
• Windproof Jacket 01 nos.
• Leggings from a Track-suit
• Cotton Socks
• Woolen Socks
• Raincoat
• Torch with spare batteries
• Toiletries
• Note: It is very important that you line the inside of your bags with a big polythene sheet. Doing so will ensure, that in the event of rain, even though your bag may get wet, your clothes will still remain dry!

Accommodation on Triple sharing basis in Hotels/tents
Daily Breakfast and Dinner
Permissions / Entry Fees wherever necessary
Transportation by Tempo Traveller (for Non-Bikers)
Backup Vehicle and mechanic services (for bikers)
All Taxes

Daily Lunch
Any Airfare / Train tickets till Chandigarh and Back
Bike Transportation / Renting Charges
Fuel and Maintenance (for Bikers)
Any medical / rescue evacuation due to mishaps
Any personal nature items like Bar, Laundry Bills, Table Bills, Camera Fees, Tip and any other items
Mineral water, Soft OR Hard Drinks, Starters etc.
Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc (to be borne by the clients directly on the spot.)
Anything other than above mention inclusions

By Air

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By Train


By Road



Motorcycle Ride / Roadtrip to Lahaul – Spiti

Sir Rudyard Kipling called Spiti “a world within a world“ and it’s not hard to understand why.The giant rock mountains around could not have been carved by any mortal hand but only by the force of wind and water over millenmia.

In Lahaul and Spiti valley you will learn that there is another path to future-a path based on the
co-evolution between humans and Earth.At first, the traveler will only see the harsh life but give yourself a time and you'll see the rare kind of purity the people live with, activities to for the adventure traveler, Spiti is virtual“Natural theme part“ there are seemingly endleactivities to be enjoyed in the mountains.

The magnificent mountains, The pure ravines, The harsh climate, century old Monasteries, Gompas and amazing and humble people – that’s what LahualSpiti makes a place worth visiting once in a lifetime.

In this Roadtrip, We will be visiting Kinnaur Valley, Chitkul, Nako, Khab, Sutlej &Spiti River Confluence, Mulling Nalla, Chango, Sumdo, Geyu Monastery, Mud village, DhankarMonastery, KiMonestery, Kibber, Tashgang village, Komic, Langza Village, Kunzum pass, Chandratal, Batal,Rohtang Pass &Manali – Chandigarh.


Sorry, there are no batches for this trek!