Spiti Valley Bike Tour
10 Days - 9 Night
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Spiti Valley Bike Tour
With many Buddhist monasteries and spectacular natural sites, the bulk of which are unexplored and therefore unspoiled, the Spiti Valley is a picturesque paradise evoking tranquillity and spirituality. The valley, which is located in Himachal Pradesh, has a jagged landscape carved out by the pure and swiftly flowing Spiti river, which flows through deep gorges and valleys. River rafting is one of the most common water sports on the river. The green and emerald scenery of the valley, which is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, is ideal for outdoor sports such as trekking, paragliding, and camping. Spiti is known as Little Tibet because of its similar geography, flora, and atmosphere to Tibet. Lahaul, Ladakh, Kinnaur, and Kullu surround it, and it lies at a height of 2,745 metres above sea level. The Kumzum La or Kumzum Pass, at 14,931 feet above sea level, is the entry point into Spiti Valley from Lahaul.
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Day 01: Delhi to Manali Tour
Our team will meet you at the pickup point in Delhi and take you to Manali, the Valley of Gods, where the Spiti Valley Bike Trip will begin.
The journey from Delhi to Manali will take about 11-12 hours and will definitely be fun, as it will keep you both excited and motivated for your Spiti Valley Bike Ride. Volvo will be in care of your convenience on overnight trips.
Day 02: Manali Local City Tour
Early in the morning, we’ll arrive in Manali, check into our quarters, and relax. Our team will then hand over the bikes to you, along with detailed information about the roads, guides, and destinations, as well as rules and regulations.
You’re now set to embark on a local Manali city walk, where you’ll witness the captivating beauty of nature blended with historical and mythological elements. Manu Maharishi Temple, Hadimba Temple, Tibetan Monasteries, Nature Reserve, and Old Manali (swaying eucalyptus, quaint avenues, cute little eateries, little kitschy marketplaces, and cafes serving your favorite continental food) are all worth visiting (one and only temple in India dedicated to Rishi Manu after whom the town is named). The night will be spent at the hotel after savoring Manali’s delectable local cuisine.
Day 03: Rampur from Manali
We carry on for 197 kilometres to Rampur, which has all of the modern conveniences and can be used as a stopover before the long journey to Lahaul Spiti.
Rampur is a small commercial area. The Satluj River is at a lower elevation than the rest of the region. When we arrive in Rampur, the first day of our journey from Manali will come to an end. The night will be spent in tents at Rampur, immediately under a brilliant star-studded sky, with a thrilling campfire.
Day 04: Chitkul from Rampur
After a wonderful breakfast, we’ll begin riding towards Chitkul, the Crown of Kinnaur. As you approach Chitkul Valley, the river Baspa will be on your right. On the way there, you’ll pass through Rakcham village.
There are several campsites throughout the apple gardens along the Baspa River. At an elevation of 3450 meters, it is the largest village in Himachal Pradesh’s Baspa Valley (11,345 feet). It is the last populated village on the Indo-China border. This is the point where the Indian path ends. You’ll spend the night in a tent when you arrive in Chitkul.
Day 05: Tabo from Chitkul
We start riding towards Tabo, a small village on the banks of the Spiti River in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, India. Tabo is a traditional Himalayan village in Himachal Pradesh, India, situated on the Rekong Peo and Kaza highway in the Lahaul-Spiti district. At an elevation of 10,000 feet above sea level, Tabo is a small town on the banks of the Spiti River. Tabo is well-known for its historic monastery, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Because of the vast number of frescoes painted on the walls, Tabo Monastery is also known as the “Himalayan Ajanta.” The frescoes were decorated with medicinal colors by Kashmiri artists, and “Jataka Tales” can be found all over the stone. When you arrive, check into a hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 06: Kaza from Tabo
In the morning, we’ll travel to Kaza and then into the Spiti Valleys. Kaza is a well-known and popular village in Himachal Pradesh’s Lahaul and Spiti district, located in the Spiti Valley. Kaza, situated on a hill 11,980 feet above sea level, is a stunningly beautiful spot to explore. High mountain ridges circle Kaza in both directions.
Day 07: Excursion Day to Key monastery, Langza, Komic, Hikkim villages
After breakfast, we’ll go on a tour of Kaza’s breathtaking natural beauty. We’ll go to the Key Gompa Monastery and Langza, a small remote village in the Spiti Valley nestled between the mountains in a bowl-shaped location. This village is located in the Himachal Pradesh district of Lahaul and Spiti at an elevation of 14,500 feet above sea level.
Langza is also recognised as one of the world’s top motorable-road settlements. And Komic is the world’s largest town with a road system. Hikkim is a village in northern India’s Himachal Pradesh’s Lahaul and Spiti district. It is very similar to the Kaza place. It is one of India’s largest year-round populated sites, with homes ranging from 4330 to 4400 meters. For the time being, the motel will be our house.
Day 08: Chandratal from Kaza
From Kaza, we’ll travel to Chandratal, where a motorable road leads to a parking lot 2 kilometers before the lake. The ‘Lake of the Moon,’ also known as Chandra Tal, is situated in Himachal Pradesh’s Lahaul and Spiti district in the Spiti region. The lake’s name comes from its crescent shape.
It is located at a height of around 4,300 meters in the Himalayas (14,100 feet). Mountains on one side overlook the bay, while a spectacular cirque on the other gives a view. Chandra Tal provides a stunning sunrise view (after sunset).
Day 09: Delhi from Manali via Chandratal
After breakfast, we start riding back to Manali early in the morning. It’s time to say goodbye to your best friend, the bike that has followed you on this dangerous trip, until you arrive in Manali. As a result, motorcycles will become obsolete. We’ll be on our way to Delhi in the evening.
Day 10: Delhi Arrival
We’ll arrive in Delhi about 10 a.m., and you’ll be leaving with a group of good friends and an extra bag full of daring, fun-filled memories to remember for a lifetime.