10-Days Spiti Bike Tour from Delhi to Manali

Bike trip to the Spiti valley from Himachal allows you to have an unforgettable experience. Standing tall at an elevation of 12,500 ft Spiti valley provides you with an extremely cold yet mesmerizing experience of the Himalayas.

Throughout the journey, you will get to pass through roads that are dreamt by many and only tenacious people dare to ride here. Also, the trip remains incomplete without mixing with the locals and exploring the culture. Additionally, being away from the hustle and bustle of urban life, the air of Spiti Valley lets us breathe.

Trips take place from May to October as it is the best time to visit the Spiti Valley on Bike and the weather in Spiti Valley remains pleasant during these months. But, one can say that June and July are the best months to visit the Spiti valley if we narrow down even further. The reason being the temperature of Spiti Valley which ranges between 15-20 degrees Celsius.

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$587

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Duration

10 days

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  • What's included :
    • 8x Breakfast
    • 7x Dinner
    • Accommodation included: 7 nights
    • Accommodation on MAP meal plan ( Breakfast + Dinner) during Stay
    • First aid kit and oxygen cylinder
    • Mechanic + backup vehicle with driver and fuel
    • Permission for Spiti Valley
    • Royal Enfield bikes
    • Spare parts and tools (chargable when used)
    • Tour guide with Bike
    • Volvo Tickets - Delhi to Manali and return
    What's excluded :
    • 10000 INR - Security Deposit for the bike ( Refundable)
    • Any kind of drinks
    • Meals Apart from mentioned in the Itinerary
    • Spare Parts
    • GST (Goods and Services Tax)
    • Entry/Admission - Club House

  • Day 1: Departure from Delhi to Manali

    Stop At: Manali, Manali, Manali Tehsil, Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh
    Today we start our Journey from Delhi to Manali.

    Meeting point will be RK Ashram Metro station by 7pm. Meet the Group Lead and other members. Later we board Volvo bus from Delhi to Manali



    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 2: Manali Leisure Day and Bike Introduction

    Stop At: Club House, Manali, Manali Tehsil 175131 India
    The Club House in Manali is an amusement and adventure retreat set up on the banks of the Manalsu Nalla, a branch of the breathtaking Beas River. It is one place in the Manali Valley that has something for the entire family - whether it is indoor games/sports, entertainment or recreational activities. There is also a restaurant where scrumptious local and international cuisine is served along with an auditorium, library and a video game centre.

    The Manali Club House is run and managed by Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (HPTDC). It is a perfect escape for kids and adults both with many indoor games like the billiards room, the skating rinks etc. The adventurists can indulge in river crossing and zip lining here. Other than recreational activities, tourists can also shop in the Government Shops at the Club House where one can find beautiful handicraft at decent rates.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Jogini Waterfall, Vashisht Village, Manali, Manali Tehsil 175103 India
    Jogini Waterfall is located in the beautiful Valley of Manali, about 3 kilometres away from the bustling town and around 2 kilometres away from the famous Vashisht Temple. What makes it a popular tourist spot is the trek from Vashisht Temple, through pine trees and orchards, to the mesmerising Jogini Waterfalls cascading from a height of 160 feet. The trekkers are enchanted as they cross several smaller streams with a dazzling view of River Beas and the snow-dusted peaks of Rohtang. A complete treat for nature lovers and adventure seekers, the Jogini Waterfall must be visited when exploring the breathtaking valley of Manali.

    It takes about 3 hours to climb to the Jogini Waterfall, so make sure to carry a camera to capture the mind stirring beauty of the location. If you want to take a pit stop, there are restaurants on the route serving local snacks with a piping hot cup of Chai. The captivating waterfall is considered as one of the most romantic attractions in Manali, thronged by couples. However, the region is also famous for adventure and recreational activities and is a favourite picnic spot among tourists. Just pack your essentials, wear your trekking gea
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Hadimba Temple Road, Hadimba Temple Rd, Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh 175131, India
    ocated amidst the snow-covered hills of Manali, the Hadimba Temple is a unique shrine dedicated to Hidimba Devi, who was the wife of Bhima and mother of Ghatothkach. Surrounded by gorgeous cedar forests, this beautiful shrine is built on a rock which is believed to be in the image of goddess Hidimba herself. The construction style of the Hidimba Devi temple is entirely different from that of any of the other temples, with its wooden doorways, walls, and cone-shaped roof. This temple is a fitting dedication to its presiding deity Hadimba.

    The magnificent Hidimba Devi Temple holds monumental importance to Hindu pilgrims as it is a part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Even apart from that, the Hadimba Temple is no less of wonder to nature lovers. Packed away into the laps of nature, this temple offers a quiet getaway to nature and peace lovers. Being quite a quaint story in itself, the Hidimba Temple is slowly but steadily attracting tourists from all over the country to its doors where history and heritage meet natural beauty.
    Duration: 20 minutes

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Montana Bliss Rssort

    Day 3: Manali to Jibhi

    Stop At: Jibhi, Jibhi, Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh
    Often referred to as a mesmerising "hamlet" situated amidst the lush green forests and surrounded by variegated mountain, 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. You will be spellbound after visiting this place and would not want to leave it. The cozy Victorian style cottages in which you can stay are an added bonus that makes you feel as if you are living in the Victorian Period. So enjoy a cup of chai breathing in fresh air and listening to the sweet chirpings of the birds in the lap of nature.
    Duration: 14 hours

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Hotel Mansoravar

    Day 4: Jibhi to Chitkul

    Stop At: Kinnaur District, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh
    Kinnaur, also known as "Land of God" is about 235 Km from Shimla and is known for its serenity and beauty of the lush green and rocky mountainscape having Satluj, Baspa and Spiti river meandering through it. A brotherly fusion of Hinduism and Buddhism at one place reflects the existence of a culture of a different sort which is well preserved by its people in this era of modernization. Hindus visit Kinnaur to see the famous Kinner Kailash, believed to be the home of Lord Shiva and the Shivaling rocks, the stories of Pandavas and their link with Kinnaur is a great attraction.

    There are also old Buddhist monasteries and temples in the vicinity which hold special importance and are revered by Buddhists. Apart from religion, Kinnaur also has a vast scope in adventure sports like trekking and skiing. There are about nine known routes for trekking and some which are five days or six-day trips. Kinnaur is well known for its delicious apples, Chilgoza, handlooms and handicrafts materials. Slight traces of modernization can be seen in the town, its cultures and people but the area continue to be pristine, pure and magnificently beautiful.

    Stop At: Sangla, Sangla, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh
    One of the most charming valleys in the whole Kinnaur District, Sangla Valley is a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of the swarming cities. It is named after a beautiful village by the same name.

    Bounded by strapping mountain slopes, sprawling evergreen forests and snow covered peaks, the valley is set apart from others by its red apples orchard and luscious cherry trees. Baspa River also makes its way through the place, meandering and gurgling, famous for trout fishing. The place is dotted with several attractions from temple and fort to nearby villages making it an amazing holiday destination.

    Stop At: Chitkul, Chitkul, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh
    Chitkul is said to be the last inhabited village within the Indian boundaries on the old Indo-Tibetan Road. Situated at the height of 3450 meters, the village is located at a distance of 28 km from Sangla, about 600 kilometres from Delhi in the Kinnaur Valley. It is like a doorway which opens into an exquisite landscape of breathtaking beauty and a serene environment. There are orchids, mountains, meadows, huge rocks, river, jungle, and grasslands in the village with the help of which it has made a unique identity for itself. A drive to the Chitkul village is pleasant. One can go for trekking in the forest as well and a wildlife sanctuary for all the wildlife as well as nature lovers out there.
    Duration: 14 hours

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Hotel Snow View

    Day 5: Chitkul to Kalpa

    Stop At: Chitkul, Himachal Pradesh 172109, India
    ast Dhaba ( Dhaba is the name given to roadside restaurants in India ) of India Situated at Chitkul Small Village of Himachal Pradesh and on India-China Border. Chitkul (Chittkul) is a village in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. The Indian road ends here.



    Stop At: Kalpa, Kalpa, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh
    Kalpa, the main village of Kinnaur, in the Sutlej River Valley is a place to remember and cherish. Known for its many beautiful temples and monasteries, this town is also famed for its apple orchards. The majestic Kinnaur-Kailash range peeking from across the Sutlej River makes for a blissful break.

    An early morning walk through this paradise will give you a chance to experience magic and mystery with the sunrise. The pinkish hue on the peaks that slowly gets tinted with the golden glow is a sight to behold. Adorned with rich flora and fauna, this small hamlet is a must visit destination.

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Hotel Norboling

    Day 6: Kalpa to Kaza

    Stop At: Nako, Nako, Kinnaur District, Himachal Pradesh
    Located at the height of 3,600 metres above the sea level, Nako is a mesmerising and picturesque village that is full of eye capturing surroundings and is the most significant village situated in the Kinnaur district of the Himachal Pradesh. The village can be found on the eastern end of the Kinnaur District and is most popular amongst nature lovers and trekkers. While travelling to Malling Nullah, Nako village falls on the way and is, in fact, the last attraction on the way to the final destination.

    This beautiful village is rightly known as the 'Land of the Fairytales' as it is surrounded by the greenery of nature and is home to many rare species. The village also offers the visitors with multiple sightseeing options such as the famous Nako Lake, Buddhist Temples and Rakham amongst others. Near the lake, one can also find the footprints of the saint Padmasambhava, who is believed to have meditated at the spot for many years.

    The Nako Village is located between Kinnaur and Spiti Valley, and thus shares a mixed culture of both. The village is also one of the most happening travel destinations that are located in the area. Since the stretch lies close to the Tibetan Border, travellers need inner line permits to travel to the region. Foreign nationals also need permissions to stay overnight in any part of the village. This exciting village seems so much removed from reality that the visitors feel as if they have been transported to some other world altogether, and thus, the Nako Village is a must visit on your next visit to Himachal Pradesh.

    Stop At: Tabo, Tabo, Lahaul and Spiti District, Himachal Pradesh
    Tabo is a small Buddhist village of a few hundred, located 3050 m (10,006 feet) above sea level in the cold desert region of the Lahaul-Spiti valley in Himachal Pradesh. It has a beautiful monastery, or gompa, with the ancient compound dating back to 996 A.D. – making it the oldest continually functioning Buddhist establishment in India.

    According to some texts I purchased at the monastery’s book shop, the Tabo gompa came up under the patronage of the ancient Tibetan royal dynasty of Purang-Guge; it was one of the 108 constructed between the tenth to twelfth centuries AD, when the second diffusion of Buddhism was supposed to have taken place. These were spread across the Lahaul-Spiti valley, Kinnaur region and Ladakh, all a part of present day India, as well as what is now Western Tibet. These were located along the trade routes of the time and involved heavy financial outlays; traders could take night halts here securing their lives and possessions from bandits. The monastery is currently home to about 50 lamas or monks, many still very young

    Stop At: Kaza, Kaza, Lahaul and Spiti District, Himachal Pradesh
    Kaza, sitting huddled in the corner of Himachal Pradesh is a tranquil getaway on the plains of the Spiti River. Lapped by majestic mountains covered in snow, meandering and bubbling rivers and streams and picturesque barren landscape with scattered patches of green, Kaza is a dream destination.

    It is divided in to two parts: old and new Kaza, each accommodating government offices and king's palace respectively. Monasteries, Gompas and other historic wonders add charm to this already magical city. Today, this city is a wonderful blend of modernity and unique ancient culture that will leave you enchanted with its mystery.

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Hotel Delek House

    Day 7: Kaza to Kee , Kibber, Komik , Langza. Back to Kaza.

    Stop At: Key Monastery, 172114 India
    The Key Monastery is a famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the Lahaul and Spiti District of India. Located at an altitude of 4,166 metres above the sea level, the monastery is very close to the Spiti River in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh in India. Also known as the Kye Monastery and Ki Monastery, it is believed to have been founded by Dromton, who was a student of the famous teacher Atisha in the 11th century.

    The stunning Key Monastery is over a thousand years old and is also the largest monastery to be found in the entire Spiti Valley. The magnificent monastery doubles up as a religious training centre for the Lamas, and about 300 lamas receive their education from here. It has a long and quite fascinating history that is attached to it: a long history that involves numerous attacks that the place had to face. Nevertheless, Kye Monastery survived and celebrated the completion of its thousand years in the year 2000 in the presence of Dalai Lama. Today, the Key Monastery is visited not only by locals but also by tourists from all parts of the country who come looking for it in order to seek quietude, silence and inner tranquillity.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Kibber, Kibber, Lahaul and Spiti District, Himachal Pradesh
    Kibber, also known as Kyibar, is a small village located in the Spiti Valley at an altitude of 4270 metres in Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by picturesque mountains and barren landscapes, Kibber boasts of being the highest village with a motorable road. The village is particularly famous for the local monastery and Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary. The high altitude and pollution-free environment make the village a perfect place for sky gazers and photographers.

    Located at 4,270 meters above sea level, it is the highest inhabited village with 77 houses with 366 people only. There are 187 men and 179 women in the town.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Chicham Bridge, Chicham Khas, 172114 India
    The bridge is situated above a deep gorge about 1000 feet high. Before this bridge the villagers of Chicham used a dangerous ropeway to cross this section. This brought relief to these villages. The new bridge was under construction for 14 years.
    This suspension bridge was open for vehicles on 15th Aug 2017. It connects Kibber village to Chicham village. Located in the Spiti valley, over the Parilungbi Canyon, the bridge is 113.83 m (373.47 ft) long.

    Stop At: Hikkim, Kaza 172114 India
    Hikkim, a small village in Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, is known for housing the world's highest post office. Besides this universal fact, the serene location of the place makes it a perfect holiday destination for those in search of tranquillity. Due to its high elevation, the village remains snow-capped for a considerable time around the year. Hence, you would want to visit Hikkim when the weather is pleasant.

    Stop At: Hikkim, Kaza 172114 India
    The post office will be your key attraction as it is considered the world's highest post office situated above 14,000 ft.
    Connected to Kaza, the postman here would have to deliver mails on foot.
    Mails are sent to Reckong Peo by bus, then to Shimla which then reaches Delhi.
    The post office also gives a savings account option to the villagers.
    Handled Rinchen Chhering, you can strike up a conversation about the post office with him as well!
    The postal index of the village is 172114. You can easily send a postcard from the village to commemorate the visit
    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Komic Monastery, Kaza 172114 India
    Komic Village, situated at a height of 4275m is a location where fossils are found. Villagers might tempt you to buy the fossils, however do not get trapped since buying and transporting fossils is not legal.

    The village also owns a small monastery where women are not allowed during prayers

    Stop At: Langza, Langza, Lahaul and Spiti District, Himachal Pradesh
    Located at higher altitude, with a range of over 4000m, a giant statue of the meditating Buddha can be seen with a backdrop of snow clad mountain.

    Lagza is a very small village, not more than 40 houses is famous for presents of marine fossils.
    Duration: 20 minutes

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Hotel Delek House

    Day 8: Kaza to Chandratal / Batal

    Stop At: Kunzum Pass, Dhar Thachakarpo India
    Kunzum Pass or Kunzum La, as it is called by locals, is one of the highest motorable mountain passes of India, located at an altitude of 4,551m above mean sea level. It serves as a gateway to the beautiful Spiti valley Via Kullu and Lahaul. It lies on the eastern Kunzum Range of the Himalayas and is at a distance of 122 km from Manali. Kunzum La offers an incredible 360-degree view of Bara- Shigri Glacier (the second longest glacier in the world), a jaw-dropping vista of Chandrabhaga Range and a spectacular view of the Spiti valley. This enthralling view makes Kunzum Pass a photographer's dream.

    There is a 15km trek to the famous Chandratal Lake (moon lake) from Kunzum Pass. It is believed that the visitors have to stop at the temple of Goddess Kunzum Devi, on their way to the pass, to pay their respect and seek the blessing to travel safely through the rugged terrain safely. The tradition is to take a complete circle of the temple in your vehicle

    Stop At: Chandratal Lake, Middle Of Himalaya and Spiti Valley, 175140 India
    A camper and trekker's paradise, Chandratal Lake is often referred to as one of the most beautiful lakes located at an altitude of about 4300 m in the mighty Himalayas. The stunning lake is situated on the Samudra Tapu plateau which overlooks the Chandra River. The name "Chandra Taal" (Lake of the Moon) comes from its crescent shape. This lake is also one of two high-altitude wetlands of India that have been designated as Ramsar sites. Once a tentative residence for Tibetan traders traveling to Spiti and the Kullu valley, it attracts thousands of adventure enthusiasts from all over the world.

    Legend has that the Chandratal Lake lies in the vicinity of a place from where God Indra's chariot picked up Yudhishthira, the eldest of Pandava brothers in Mahabharata. This fact renders the lake sacred and thus, is flocked by a lot of Hindu devotees. The colour of water of this holy lake keeps changing from reddish to orange to blue to emerald green as the day ends. Vast stretches of green meadows house the best camping sites and an array of different wildflowers during springtime. The trek from Batal to Chandratal can be quite a tedious trail, but the captivating views and charm of the place will be worth it. The sun's light reflecting on the surface of the astounding Chandratal Lake makes it seem crystal clear.
    Duration: 30 minutes

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Chandratal Camps

    Day 9: Chandratal to Manali To Delhi

    Stop At: Manali, Manali, Manali Tehsil, Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh
    This will be your last day of this epic road trip to Spiti Valley. You will cross a high mountain pass, Rohtang Pass (3978 m). Kunzum Pass differentiates Lahaul Valley from Spiti Valley while Rohtang Pass differentiates Kullu Valley from Lahaul & Spiti Valley.

    Reach Manali by late afternoon.

    Departure from Manali to Delhi.

    An overnight journey from Manali

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    No accommodation included on this day.

    Day 10: Reach Delhi

    Stop At: Majnu ka Tilla, G.T. Road, New Delhi 110002 India
    Reach Delhi by 8 am. End of Tour

    No meals included on this day.
    No accommodation included on this day.
  • Departure Point :
    Majnu Ka Tila, Manali Volvo Pickup Point, Church, Block J, Majnu-ka-tilla, Timarpur, Delhi, 110054, India
    Departure Time :
    12:00 PM
    Return Detail :
    Returns to original departure point
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
    • Near public transportation
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 18 travelers
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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English

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Group Size

1

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Activity ID: V-169267P13

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