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Spiti Valley Bike Trip

Spiti
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Duration

11 Day !0 Night

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

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Overview

Spiti Valley Bike Trip

Spiti Valley may be a cold desert mountain valley located high within the Himalayas within the north-eastern a part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The middle land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India.

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Itinerary

Day 1

Departure from Delhi to Manali (approx. 530 KM, 13 hours)
Report to the Volvo pickup point within the evening.
Board the bus and travel overnight in an AC Volvo from Delhi to Manali.
Tomorrow, you’ll awaken to the fresh lush greens and mesmerizing mountains of Himachal Pradesh.
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Day 2

Manali; Hidimba Devi Temple, Mall Road, and more
Upon arrival in Manali, get transferred from the bus stand to the hotel.
Check-in to the hotels and kit up for exploring the gorgeous town of Manali together with your bikes.
You can head bent places like Hidimba Devi Temple, Manu Devi Temple, Vashisht Village, Manali Mall Road, and lots of more.
In the evening our local tour caption will brief you about the varied safety measures, riding tips, and kit checkups.
The group would have a chance to urge familiar with the guy riders at bonfire time.
Relish delicious dinner and have an overnight occupy the hotel in Manali.
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Day 3

Manali to Jibhi; Try your hands on the famous activity of 'trout fishing' (Approx. 102 KM; 4 hrs)
Today morning after a delicious breakfast, start your journey to Jibhi Village.
Take a diversion from Aut to Saraj Valley.
As your reach, Jibhi the favourite backpacker destinations you'll try trout fishing, and therefore the Great Himalayan park
Enjoy your delicious dinner at the hotel and snuggle into your beds for the night.
Overnight occupy your hotel in Jibhi.
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Day 4

Jibhi to Narkanda; Explore the apple orchards and undulating forests of oaks and cedar (103 KM/3 hrs)
After breakfast, we start our journey towards Narkanda.
On the way, we visit Rampur where you'll explore the local market.
In the evening after reaching Narkanda you'll visit Hatu Peak which is legendary for Hatu Mata Temple.
Enjoy your delicious dinner at the hotel and snuggle into your beds for the night.
Overnight occupy your hotel in Jibhi.
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Day 5

Narkanda to Chitkul; Visit last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibet Border (183 KM/6 hrs)
Early within the morning, start for Kinnaur valley and head towards Sangla and further to Chitkul.
The road is sort of adventurous and has been carved from the mountain and hold close cliffs for many of the journey and followed by the Baspa river adds extra charm to the route.
By evening reach Chitkul, upon arrival sign up to the hotel/camps.
Enjoy your delicious dinner at the hotel and snuggle into your beds for the night.
Overnight occupy hotel in Chitkul.
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Day 6

Chitkul to Kalpa; Savour mouth-watering delicacies at ‘Hindustan ka Akhiri Dhabha' (61 KM, 3 hrs)
Chitkul has magical beauty and therefore the views which village provides are unmatched and incomparable. The temples are brilliantly carved here and even the homes .
Don’t forget to require a photograph with a signboard saying – ‘Hindustan ka Akhiri Dhabha'.
In the afternoon, head towards Kalpa.
By evening reach Kalpa, arrival sign up to the hotel/camps.
Enjoy your delicious dinner at the hotel and snuggle into your beds for the night.
Overnight occupy your hotel in Kalpa.
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Day 7

Kalpa to Kaza; Explore the sacred lake in Nako (196 KM, 5 hrs)
Today, you'll ride along side the Upper Kinnaur Area and on the thanks to Nako Village (3662m).
The Nako lies on the sting of the Kinnaur district but character-wise it's almost like Spiti valley within the centre of Nako village, there's a sacred lake.
Seeing the moving shadows of the floating clouds on the flood plains of Spiti and Pin River will cause you to feel that you simply are the God of those mountains.
Reach Kaza before the evening.
Overnight stay in Kaza.
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Day 8

Kaza; Explore Key Kibber, Langza, Komik and Hikkim
Kaza (3800m) is that the main headquarter of Spiti Valley.
Today are going to be our sightseeing day around Kaza during which we'll cover the very best village and highest post office within the world.
We start from Kibber which is around 20 KM from Kaza. The Key Monastery in Kibber is approximately 1000 years old and Kibber village is additionally very beautiful.
Then move to Langza, alittle village situated at an altitude of 4400 meters. The grand Buddha statue is that the primary attraction of the village.
Langza is additionally known for locating ancient fossils and there's also a fossil centre within the village.
Komic village at an altitude of 4600 meters is that the world highest motorable village.
The village has high vantage points with some awesome views and a Tangyud Monastery.
You can see the whole Spiti valley from here.
Then we'll visit Hikkim village (4440 m) which has the planet highest post office, you'll also send postcards to your loved ones from here.
Relish delicious dinner and have an honest sleep at your hotel in Kaza.
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Day 9

Kaza to Chandartal; Soak in panoramic views of the cresent moon lake (51 KM)
In the morning, we'll hit the road for Chandratal Lake (4300m).
After Losar, brace yourself for the ascent to Kunzum La and for an additional episode of World’s Worst Roads (which lasts until you reach Gramphu and merge with the traffic of Leh-Manali).
Kunzum Pass (4590m) features a small temple of the goddess Durga and much of flags.
Chandratal is additionally referred to as the moon lake thanks to its crescent shape. within the midst of the brown shade of mountains, there's a turquoise blue patch of the lake.
Your eye is soothed by the sweetness of the lake. The lake looks completely different at different times of the day.
We can also attend the Parikarma of the lake which can take around 2 hours.
If you dare enough you'll also take a dip on the side of the lake.
Overnight stay in camps.
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Day 10

Chandratal to Manali; Take an adventurous route to Manali via Pagal Nala (133 KM, 5 hours)
Today is our final day, the ride are going to be the toughest to urge back home. we'll attempt to leave as early as possible because water streams on the road start gushing at full speed because the rising temperature makes the snow melt rapidly.
The infamous Pagal Nalla on the way will test your riding skills. Till Chatru road is followed by Chandra river and may be a complete off-road trail filled with water streams. From Gramphoo we'll hook up with the Leh – Manali highway and begin the ascend for Rohtang pass towards Manali.
Rohtang pass(3978m) connects the Lahaul valley and Kullu valley.
The first time you'll see the herds of vehicles and traffic jams within the entire tour. But the views of high Pir Panjal peaks are breathtaking from above.
Finally, within the evening we'll reach Manali.
Relish delicious dinner and have an overnight occupy the hotel
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Day 11

Manali to Delhi; Say goodbye to the mountains (533 KM, 12 hrs)
Reach Delhi within the morning with a lot of memories that you simply can cherish for a lifetime.

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  • Emergency transit or personal transport
  • Any personal expence

Durations

11 Days or More

Tour's Location

Spiti

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