Spiti Valley is a vast cold desert mountain valley located in Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The word "Spiti" depicts "The Middle Land", which means it is the land between India and Tibet.
The subdivisional headquarters or capital of this valley is Kaza, which is situated near the Spiti River at an elevation of around 3,800 meters. There are two routes by which one can reach Spiti, which are from Manali via Rohtang and Kunzum Pass and from Shimla via Hindustan Tibet highway, which is often considered one of the most treacherous road.
Being one of the remotest regions of India which remains blocked for most of the year is ideal for Wravelers looking to explore places. A circular 9 days road trip can be the best way to explore this amazing place called Spiti.
Day 1 : Departure from Delhi to Manali
Day 2 : Manali Leisure Day and Bike Introduction
Day 3 : Manali to Jibhi
Day 4 : Jibhi to Chitkul
Day 5 : Chitkul to Kalpa
Day 6 : Kalpa to Kaza
Day 7 : Kaza to Kee , Kibber, Komik , Langza. Back to Kaza.
Day 8 : Kaza to Chandratal
Day 9 : Chandratal to Manali To Delhi
Day 10 : Reach Delhi. End of tour.
19th Jun to 28th Jun Open
10th Jul to 19th Jul Open
14th Aug to 23rd Aug Open
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
Arrive at Manali.
Check-In to the property.
Leisure Day at Manali. Bike Introduction later in the evening.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel at Manali
On the third day of the tour, you will be riding towards Nako and finally to Tabo. Nako is 100 km from Kalpa. It is a small village lies near the border and India and Tibet. The place is famous for a lake and monastery. While riding, you will also get to see the confluence of rivers Spiti and Sutlej. Enroute Tabo and explore 1000 years old monastery.
After visiting Nako, we continue our ride to Tabo.
Dinner and overnight stay at Tabo.
Today, you will be moving towards Dhankar village. We first travel to Mud which is a village in Pin Valley and later ride to Dhankar.
Dhankar, the former capital of the Spiti Valley, offers panoramic views of valley. It stands perched above the confluence of the Spiti and Pin river. Explore Dhankar lake and dinner and overnight stay at Dhankar village.
Wake up and ride your motorbike towards the world’s highest inhabited village, Komik. Enroute we will be crossing Kaza which is the main town in Spiti region. Ride up to this village while exploring other destinations on the way.
Dinner and overnight stay in Homestay at Komik.
This day ride your bike towards Kee and Kibber village. Visit the beautiful Key Monastery. Explore the amazing culture of the people living there.
Dinner and overnight stay at Kibber/Kaza.
After breakfast, we start our ride to Kaza from Kibber and other local sightseeing locations in Spiti Valley
Dinner and overnight stay in Kaza.
Head towards one of the most scenic lakes in India, i.e., Chandra tal also called as Moon Lake. The lake is beautiful, surrounded by mountains and is situated at an altitude of 4300 meters.
You will be crossing Kunzum Pass which is at an altitude of 4590 mts .Enjoy the views. Get yourself clicked with the lake.
Dinner and overnight stay in camps at Chandra Taal.
This will be your last day of this epic road trip in Spiti Valley. You will cross 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.
Overnight journey from Manali
Reach Delhi by 8 am. End of Tour
350cc Enfield bikes
Tour guide with bike and fuel
Backup vehicle with driver and fuel
Accomodation on MAP meal plan
First aid kit and oxygen cylinder
Spare parts and tools (chargable when used)
1 Night bonfire
Volvo tickets for Shimla and Return
Inner line permits (650 rs)person
Any kind of drinks
Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
Booking amount is non-refundable.
No refund of total trip amount will be provided on cancellation, 10 days prior to departure date.
50% of total trip amount can be refunded on cancellation between 11-20 days prior to scheduled departure date.
90% of total trip amount can be refunded on cancellation between 21-90 days prior to scheduled departure date.
100% of total trip amount can be refunded on cancellation, 90+ days prior to scheduled departure date.
If due to any unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control. Act of God, we won't be able to refund the complete amount.
For Cancellations/ Refund Request , kindly reply to the confirmation mail and get in touch with the Team. All cancellations will be considered only after the mail has been received.
• Down Jacket /Main Jacket
• Thermals (Upper & Lower)
• Running Shoes/ Outdoor Shoes
• Medicines (Diamox – to reduce chances of AMS)
• First Aid Kit
• Documents – ID (Driver’s License, AADHAR Card, Voter ID :: Passport and Visa copy for Foreign Nationals)
• Sun Glasses
• Water Bottle
• Power bank
• Mobile Charger / Travel Charger
• Hand Sanitizer
• Cold Cream
• Lip Guard
• Sunscreen Lotion
Cost is Per Person, on single rider basis
Q. What will be the group size?
Usually, we take maximum of 15-18 people in one group. We believe bigger groups have less fun and less coordination so that’s why we prefer smaller groups.
We need at least 6 people to operate our fixed departure tours/treks.
Q. Who all will go along with us on the trip/trek?
All our treks are led by professional trek leaders who are certifie, mountaineers. Apart from them, there will be one local guide, cook, helper, porters and other staff.
All our trips are led by professional trip coordinators who have a good experience in leading groups.
Q. I am the only girl in the group, is it safe to travel/trek solo?
Yes definitely it is, the safety of girls is most important for us. All our guides and other staff are carefully chosen for trips/treks. They are honest and reliable but we also advise you to take care of your personal belongings.
Q. What are the things that we need to carry on the trek/trip?
Once you confirm the trip/trek and done with the booking, we will send you the packing list according to the trip/trek.
Q. What type of ground transportation will be used on the trip?
We hire taxis such as Innova, Tempo Traveller, Bolero, Tata Sumo, etc. from our vendors.
Q. I cannot carry my rucksack/bag on the trek, can I offload it?
We always recommend that you carry your rucksack during the trek because it helps in maintaining your body posture. In case if you cannot, then we can provide you a mule/porter to carry your rucksack. You will have to tell us at least 1 week before the trek. The charges for offloading would be INR 300 per person per day.
Q. Which shoes should I buy?
Shoes are your lifeline on the trek. It is highly advisable to buy trekking shoes of a good and known brand. You can consider companies like Quechua, Columbia, etc. A waterproof shoes with ankle support will work good.
Q. What are the washroom/toilet facilities like on the trek?
During the treks, separate toilet tents will be set up on each campsite.
Q. What will be the type of accommodation?
It depends on the tour. If it is a trek then you will be staying in dome tents or if it is a road trip the the accommodation can be in hotel/alpine tent/dome tent/home stay.
Q. Will you provide sleeping bags and mattresses?
Yes, we will provide sleeping bags and mattresses during the trek. Our sleeping bags can withstand temperature as low as -10 degree.
Q. How many trekkers will be in one tent?
It totally depends on group dynamics. If there is a couple, we can give them a separate tent or if there are odd number of people, then there would be triple sharing.
Q. How can I book a trek/trip with you?
After selecting the trip/trek, you can book by clicking on the book now button or you can contact us and we will guide you in booking.
Q. What type of food is served during the trek?
We provide nutritious and healthy food during the treks. We always serve Indian vegetarian food and eggs.
Q. How to get safe drinking water on the trek?
Himalayan water is considered the purest water and safe to drink. But for safety purpose, we sometimes boil the water and then use it for drinking and cooking.
In case you find any clean water on the trek, always fill your water where the water is running not where the water is stable or is in rest.
Q. Can we change the itinerary?
Yes, you can give suggestions. We will look into that and if we find it feasible then we will apply it.
Q. Can you customize the trip/trek?
Yes, we can customize any trip/trek as per your needs and as per the feasibility.
Q. Will doctor accompany us on the trek?
No, but our trek leaders are certified in Wildlife First Aid course and they always carry first aid kit and oxygen cylinders on high altitude treks.
Q. Do you prefer I should bring some medicines with me?
Yes it is advisable that you carry your own medication on the trek.
Q. Diamox is advisable or not?
Well, it totally depends on person to person. Usually, there are no side effects of Diamox but if you are having any prior medical conditions then it is better to consult your doctor.
Our itinerary is designed in a way that we take sufficient time to get acclimatized. In case if you are having problem on the trek then tell your trek leader about your condition as soon as possible.
Q. Can I take my child along on this trek? What is the age limit?
It depends on the difficulty level of the trek. Minimum age for eligibility is 14 years.
Q. What will we do if it rains?
If it starts raining slowly while trekking then we will continue our trek as per the plan. Your poncho will keep you dry. In case if it is raining heavily then we will try to find any shelter and wait for the rain to stop or slow. If it rains at the campsite then there would not be any problem because all our living tents, kitchen tents and toilet tents are waterproof. You will stay dry inside.
Q. Why is the trekking pole necessary?
Differs from person to person. If you think that it would help you maintaining balance while trekking then do bring the pole. Some people think that trekking pole disturbs the walking rhythm. So it’s upto you.
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