Spiti Valley Bike Expedition Part-1
Spiti Valley Bike Expedition Part-1

Day 1 : Delhi To Jibhi

  • Get ready to be departed from Delhi by Evening 
  • Reach Jibhi the next morning by an overnight Volvo.

Day 2 : Arrive at Jibhi/ Gushani

  • Arrive at Jibhi/ Gushaini. 
  • Dinner and Overnight Stay At Jibhi/ Gushaini.

Day 3 : Gushaini to Chitkul/Sangla

  • Long drive through the scenic beauty of Kinnaur via Narkanda and Rampur. 
  • Travel along the Sutlej river to Karcham.
  • Arrive at Chitkul in the evening and overnight stay at Chitkul/ Sangla.

Day 4 : Chitkul to Kalpa

  • After Breakfast, spend some time at leisure and check out.
  •  Chitkul is the last Indian village towards China border. Explore the best of it. Next, you will be departing For Kalpa.
  •  Reach Kalpa, by evening, Check-into the stay and, have some dinner 
  • Over night stay at Kalpa 

Day 5 : Kalpa - Nako - Tabo - Kaza

  • After Breakfast, spend some time at leisure and check out.
  • Wake up to the Kinner Kailash view. 
  • Visit the popular Suicide point.
  • Transfer from Kalpa to Kaza by Nako & Tabo.
  • Reach Kaza, by evening, check in to your stay, and have local Spiti cuisine.

Day 6 : Kaza - Langza to Hikkim to Komic to Key Monastery

  • After Breakfast, spend some time at leisure.
  • Head towards Langza i.e. a high-altitude village known for ancient marine fossils. Collect some fossils to take memories of nature home.
  • After Langza head towards Hikkim i.e. At 4,400m above sea level. It is known for being the home of the highest post office in the world. You can send postcards to friends and family.
  • After Hikkim, visit Komic Village i.e. a destination where you would see how heaven meets earth. It is the World's Highest motorable village and is situated at a height of 18000 ft above sea level.
  • Visit the spectacular Tibetan Buddhist Key Monastery located on a picturesque hilltop at an altitude of 4,166 meters above sea level. 

Day 7 : Kaza - Chicham Bridge - Chandra Taal Lake

  • After Breakfast, head towards Chicham Bridge i.e. the highest bridge in Asia which allows you to have panoramic views.
  • Then reach Chandra Taal by evening via Kunzum La and Losar and have one of the best sunsets ever by moon lake. Followed by an overnight stay.

Day 8 : Chandra Taal Lake - Manali

  • After Breakfast at Chandra Taal stay and leave for Manali via Atal Tunnel.   
  • Overnight stay at Manali.

Day 9 : Manali to Delhi

  • Have Breakfast and Move ahead for Local Sightseeing in Manali.  
  • Depart for Delhi in the evening and reach the day by morning with amazing memories and new friends.

Challenging Terrains, high passes, exhilarating views, and one hell of a machine are what all bikers dream of. If you too are one of those who have a passion to ride on seemingly endless roads, then perhaps a bike trip to Spiti Valley is all that you need. Spiti Valley is a high-altitude desert whose beauty unveils after a tough and tricky ride through the most challenging roads of the Himalayas. If you feel the need for adrenaline, you got your share of the dose right throughout your trip to Spiti. A bike expedition to Spiti can give you the feel of riding through the passes of Leh Ladakh, as this place is popularly called the mini version of it! As you begin your journey to Spiti from Manali, you travel through the popular Rohtang Pass located in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. This ride will feed your appetite for thrill and vast soul-satiating panoramas. As you leave behind the chaos of cities, Spiti Valley will happily embrace you into a zone of peace and love. Soak in the holy vibes at Key Monastery, which is an important place of pilgrimage for the Buddhist population residing in Spiti. Explore the long-lost stories in the fossils of Langza Village and witness the grandeur of the golden statue of Buddha. Ride up to the highest post office in the world at Hikkim and send a postcard to your loved ones and also to yourself! In short, just forget about the metropolis life for a few days and spend some time in a natural retreat in this high-altitude desert!

Delhi to Delhi
Own Vehicle
Triple Occupancy 13999 / Person
Tempo Traveller
Triple Occupancy 20999 / Person
Himalayan (Solo Rider) - With Fuel
Triple Occupancy 39999 / Person
Himalayan (Dual Rider) - With Fuel
Triple Occupancy 29999 / Person
Own Bike - With Fuel
Triple Occupancy 22999 / Person
  • Volvo/ Bus Transfers from Delhi to Jibhi and Manali to Delhi.
  • Bike Rent for 7 Days (Bike Option)
  • Fuel Expenses for the bike from Manali to Manali
  • Entire travel from Aut to Manali by Tempo Traveler/cab (For Tempo Traveler Option)
  • Accommodation : 
  •       7 Nights (Hotels/Camps/Homestays) I.e., given below

          1 Night at Jibhi

          1 Night at Chitkul/Sangla

          1 Night at Kalpa

          2 Nights at Kaza 

          1 Night at Chandra Taal

          1 Night at Manali

  • Meals (7 Breakfasts and 7 Dinner) only in Stay’s.
  • Mechanical Backup
  • Riding Gears – Helmet, Riding Gloves ( only for riders), Elbow Guards, Knee Pads (Though it is recommended you carry your own helmet for comfort)
  • Team Leader throughout the trip.
  • All applicable toll, parking and driver charges.
  • All inner line permits.



  • 5% GST, if applicable.
  • The package doesn't include the cost of any form of insurance, rescue, evacuation, hospitalisation and entry tickets. 
  • Other expenses such as drinks and tips are not included. 
  • Any additional expenses such as of personal nature. Additional accommodation/food costs incurred due to any delay travel. 
  • Any lunch and other meals not mentioned in Package Inclusions. 
  • Any Airfare / Rail fare other than what is mentioned in “Inclusions” or any type of transportation. 
  • Parking and monument entry fees during sightseeing.
  • Additional Costs due to Flight Cancellations, Landslides, Roadblocks, and other natural calamities. 
  • Any other services not specified above in inclusions.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc. (to be borne directly by the customer on the spot)
  • Any damage to the bike except engine damage must be borne by the client.
  • Note: INR 10,000/- needs to be submitted as security for the bike before the start of the trip. Any damage to the bike, except engine damage, has to be borne directly by the client.
  • Note : Rs 2000/- extra per person for Double Sharing
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On a bike trip to Spiti Valley, you will get plenty of such spots especially between Sangla – Chitkul, Nako – Tabo – Kaza, etc.. There is a limit to the amount of time you can keep yourself concentrated. Plus, always remember that what matters most is the journey, not the destination.

The summer months of March-June are considered to be the best to visit Spiti not only due to the pleasant weather but also fewer crowds. For that perfect winter vacation, the months of October-February are the best time to visit Spiti.

If you're coming from Delhi then consider the Delhi to Kaza by road route via Shimla being the best one as it contains the best scenic views and is a little bit longer. It makes up for a good road trip if this factor is taken into consideration. The Shimla to Spiti valley distance is counted up to be a total of 413 kilometers.

The minimum age for eligibility is 14 years.

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