Spiti Tour Itinerary

DAY 1:  
Arrival in Delhi, check into a hotel.  
 
DAY 2:  
Local sightseeing and shopping at some interesting markets in Delhi. 

DAY 3:  
DELHI – KUFRI
Early departure from Delhi onwards to Kurfi, near the popular tourist destination of Shimla. Get acquainted with your motorcycle, the Royal Enfield in the evening.

DAY 4:  
KUFRI – SARHAN
Leave behind the hustle and bustle of Kufri as you begin your journey riding towards the quaint little town of Sarhan.

DAY 5:  
SARHAN – KALPA
Lovely ride through the meandering roads towards Kalpa, the camp for the night. Kalpa offers the best panoramic view of the 6,000m high Kinner Kailash range and Shiva Ling peaks.

DAY 6:  
KALPA – NAKO
Lazy breakfast with the Kinner Kailash range in the backdrop. Head out to Nako which has a beautiful lake in the centre of the town.

DAY 7:  
NAKO – TABO – KAZA
From Nako we will head towards “Maling Nala”, the first of your many major water crossings and down into the Spiti Valley. En route we will visit the famous monastery at Tabo, followed by lunch and head towards our base for the night Kaza.

DAY 8:  
KAZA SIGHTSEEING
Kaza is the headquarters of the Spiti region and we will visit its busy market place to stock up essentials and also visit the Ki Gompa and Kibber village located at a height of about 14,200 ft considered to be one of the highest villages in Asia. 

DAY 9:  
KAZA – CHANDRATAL
Today we head towards Chandratal, also known as the Moon lake.

DAY 10:  
CHANDRATAL – MANALI
From Chandratal we will ride towards Grampoo, from where we will hit the Manali Leh highway, crossing the ROHTANG PASS at a height of 13050 Ft, arriving at our destination Manali.

DAY 11: 
MANALI SIGHTSEEING
The entire day would be spent visiting the markets around Manali and relaxing. There are some decent restaurants and cafes around the place.
 
DAY 12:  
MANALI– SHOJA
We will leave Manali and ride towards our destination Shoja. The ride along the Beas river on one side and the breathtaking Kullu valley stretching in front of you is something that will be etched in your memory for a long time. After Aut we will leave the main highway and start the ascent towards Shoja.

DAY 13:  
SHOJA - PARWANOO 
Away from the hustle and bustle we will enjoy a hearty breakfast at our camp, in Shoja.
Right after leaving Shoja we will have to cross the last pass of our journey; Jalori Pass (10280 ft), after which it is pretty much smooth sailing till Parwanoo, our camp for the night.

DAY 14:  
PARWANOO – DELHI
Please enjoy your last breakfast in the hills, on this trip, after which it’s pretty much downhill and dodging the traffic till Delhi.

DAY 15:  
FLIGHT BACK HOME

Was a pleasure having you on this trip and hope you would join us soon on another one of our expeditions.

PRICE (PER PERSON):
RIDER:  EURO 2900.00
PILLION:  EURO 1800.00

*TOUR DATES – BETWEEN JUNE TO SEPTEMBER (PLEASE CONTACT TO CHECK ON AVAILABILITY AND CONDITION OF THE ROUTE)
*Participants: Min. 4 and max. 10 riders.

* If required this route can be customized from Manali onwards to Leh.

The tours are package tours and includes: 
  • Pickup and drop at the airports in India
  • Hotel rentals throughout the trip in India. (Accommodation would be on a twin sharing basis where available and thereafter in common tents).
  • All meals
  • Motorcycle with crash guard and carrier
  • Petrol
  • All sightseeing
  • Luxury cab fare from Delhi to Kufri
  • Team leaders
  • Royal Enfield mechanic’s
  • Support vehicle  
Not included:
  • Flights from host country to India and return.
  • Visa fees     
  • Travel Insurance, including medical and repatriation. 
  • Alcoholic beverages, bottled water, tips, personal telephone charges and personal purchases.
  • Personal riding gear (protective clothing, helmet, backpack, gloves, boots, sleeping bags and flashlight) – In case of any assistance required regarding purchase of riding gear please contact us.
  • Please carry your own sleeping bags and mats, as would be required during the trip. In case of any assistance required please contact us

Documentation

You will need a passport with valid visa, appropriate travel insurance and an international driving license.

Climate

The climate at these altitudes can be most harsh and unforgiving. Rainfall is rare but cannot be ruled out. It can be warm during the day but when overcast it can get chilly.

Riding Gear

Since we would encounter roads with loose gravel and slush it is highly advisable to have proper, well armored motorcycling jacket, pant, gloves, etc. A full face helmet is advisable. Good water proof motorcycling shoes is also recommended. Incase you don’t want to carry excess luggage and wish to buy the gear here in India, please contact us.

Luggage

Your main luggage will be carried in a support vehicle but we advise you may want to get a small rucksack/tankbag to carry your small articles while on the road. Also the main bag you carry should ideally be a rucksack/bag. Please do not carry any suitcases.

Riding Skills

An international driving license is mandatory. The terrain that you would encounter would be harsh and possibly something that you may not have encountered so far. This is certainly not recommended for amateur riders and a reasonable amount of riding experience preferably in mountainous terrain would be helpful.

Health & Hygiene

Please inform us about any medical symptoms / history beforehand.


Kindly note that 2% of the payment made by you will be contributed to an NGO for animal welfare 

*CUSTOMISED ITINERARIES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
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