Located at an average height of 14010 feet above sea level, ‘Spiti – the Land Of Gods’ consists of stark high alpine lands, scattered with small postcard-perfect villages of whitewashed mud-homes and monasteries. With freckles of green over a dry, weather-beaten face, Spiti is a cold desert. Characterized by stark beauty, narrow valleys and high mountains Spiti has some of the highest villages in the world- Kibber, Gete, Langza, Hikkim, and Komic.
Get ready to travel to a world where villages appear like a mirage after miles of trailing a turquoise green river nestled between snow-capped barren mountains and blue lakes; a world which has the coldest winters you’ll ever see, but therein reside the warmest people you will ever meet; ‘A world within a world’.
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Day 0: Delhi - Shimla Day 1: Shimla - Narkanda - Sarahan - Rock Tunnel - Sangla/Spello Day 2: Sangla/Spello - Khab Sangam - Ka Loops - Nako - Gue Monastery - Tabo/Gue Day 3: Tabo/Gue - Tabo Monastery - Dhankar Monastery - Chicham/KazaDay Day 4: Chicham/Kaza - Chicham Bridge - Key Monastery - Chicham/Kaza Day 5: Chicham/Kaza - Langza - Hikkim Post office - Komic - Kaza - Tabo Day 6: Tabo -Nako - Kalpa Suicide point - Sarahan -Narkanda -Sainj Day 7: Sainj - Shimla
Day 0: Delhi - Shimla ( For the people who have opted Delhi - Delhi Package)
Report at Majnu ka Tilla by 8:00 PM
Leave Delhi by 8 PM and reach Shimla by the next morning.
Distance: 350 KM || 9 to 10 Hrs
Altitude: Delhi (700 ft) to Shimla (7,238 ft)
Day 01 : Shimla - Narkanda - Sarahan - Kinnaur Rock Tunnel - Sangla/Spello
Reach Shimla before 6:00 AM
Reporting Point: Victory Tunnel, Shimla. (If you have opted for Shimla to Shimla)
Freshen up and have breakfast on the way
We ride through the hills of Shimla and reach Kinnaur filled with apple orchids all along the way.
Once we cross Rampur, the terrain starts changing dramatically. Huge mountains welcome you on both sides with rocky and sharp edges and the roads curving in and out of tunnels driving alongside the Sutlej River.
Stop at Rock Tunnel famously called The Gateway of Kinnaur Post a Group picture we will move along the Indo-Tibetan highway on the way to Sangla.
Sangla valley is also known as Baspa valley. The natural beauty of Sangla Valley will surely charm you and you will enjoy every minute you spend here. The scenery is like nothing that you had ever seen. This region boasts of growing the world’s best quality apples.
Distance: 240 KM || 10 to 11 Hrs
Altitude: Shimla (7,238 ft) to Sangla/Spello (8,530 Ft)
Stay: Sangla / Spello (Hotel)
Day 02: Sangla/Spello - Khab Sangam - Ka Loops - Nako - Gue Monastery - Kaza
After breakfast, we start our journey towards the Spiti valley and enjoy the spectacle of the transitions in the landscape from hill stations of Kinnaur to the villages of the cold desert of Spiti.
Visit Khab Sangam - confluence point of Spiti and Sutlej river
Till Khab Sangam the river flowing adjacent to the road is Sutlej (Flowing from Tibet) after crossing Khab Sangam bridge it will be Spiti River (Flowing from the Kunzum Range of the Himalayas) Ka Loops - Ka Loops is a series of hairpin bends between Khab and Nako.
Reach Nako village for a quick break.
Visit Gue Village - Gue is a quiet, peaceful, and beautiful hamlet with a few houses in the midst of the mighty Himalayas and only a couple of kilometers away from the Indo-China border. Gue village is the home to India's one and only 500-year-old natural mummy Sangha Tenzin, a Buddhist monk who started the self-mummification process while still alive!
Distance: 160 KM || 8 to 9 Hrs
Altitude: Sangla/Spello (8,530 Ft) to Kaza (11,980 Ft)
Visit Chicham Bridge - The highest bridge in Asia connecting Chicham and Kibber at a staggering height of 13,596Ft
Visit Key Monastery - A 1000-year-old monastery, home to around 300 lamas who receive their religious education here surrounded by snow-capped mountains and glaciers. A small hike takes you to the Key monastery viewpoint from where you can witness surreal views of the Key monastery and Spiti River.
Distance: 30 KM || 6 to 7 Hrs
Altitude: Kaza (11,98- Ft) to Kaza/Chicham (11,980/13,596 Ft)
Visit Dhankar Monastery - A 1000-year-old Monastery almost hanging on the tip of a peak and overlooking the confluence of the Spiti and Pin Rivers.
Visit Tabo monasteries (old and new ) - Tabo Monastery built in 996AD is quoted as ‘Ajanta of the Himalayas’ for its painted wall murals. Tabo Monastery is the oldest continuously operating Buddhist enclave in both India and the Himalayas.
Distance: 70 KM || 7 to 8 Hrs
Altitude: Kaza (11,980 Ft) to Tabo (10,760 Ft)
Stay: Tabo (Home Stay)
Day 06: Tabo - Nako - Kalpa Suicide Point - Sarahan - Narkanda - Sainj
Today will be the longest stretch of the entire trip so we will start very early in the morning post breakfast.
Visit Kalpa suicide point - The dangerous trench and vertical slopes are the highlights of this place. Also, the breathtaking mountain scenery gives tourists a taste of height and turns their experience into something more interesting.
Distance: 290 KM || 11 to 12 Hrs
Altitude: Tabo (10,760 Ft) to Sainj (8,900Ft)
Stay: Sainj (Hotel)
Day 07: Sainj - Shimla
Start to Shimla after breakfast and some leisure time.
Reach Shimla by evening.
Shimla sightseeing (If time permits).
Book your return after 9 PM from Shimla if you have opted Shimla - Shimla Package.
Board bus to Delhi at 9:00 PM from Shimla, If you have chosen Delhi - Delhi Package.
Day 08: One Day after the Event End Date - Shimla to Delhi (357 Km)
You can plan your return journey after 12:00 PM from Delhi Airport. (If you have chosen Delhi to Delhi)
Note: There might be few changes in the itinerary due to weather, road conditions, and the physical ability of the team. Goadventure reserves the right to change the itinerary at any point in time considering the team's safety.
Documents to carry (Hard Copy) :
Adhar Card (2 Copies)
Driving License (2Copies)
Windcheater & Raincoat
Heavy thick jacket/down jacket
Comfortable clothes (Full sleeves shirts & full Trek pants - 3 to 5 pairs)
Head and skin Protection :
Cap / Sun hat
Balaclava/ Woolen cap
UV protected Sunglasses
Sunscreen (SPF 40 and above)
Above ankle length waterproof shoes
Sandals or Flip-flops
Socks (3 to 4 pairs)
Woolen socks (2 pairs)
Camera & Kit (Optional)
Personal medicine ( If any )
One strip of Diamox
Headache, diarrhea, motion sickness
Hydration Pack or Reusable Water bottle - 2Ltr
50-60L Backpack & A small day backpack
Dry snacks, ORS, dry fruits, chocolates, Nutri bars, etc.
Use your garbage bag or properly dispose of used wet tissues and napkins. Do not litter wet tissues and sanitary napkins in the mountains as well as other public areas.
Tip: While packing, use plastic bags to compartmentalize things and carry a few extra plastic bags for wet clothes.
Note 1: We need not carry backpacks with us. You can keep your luggage in one of our backup vehicles and carry only a small day backpack with you during the ride.
Note 2: Only postpaid numbers will work in the Leh region.
Accommodation Triple sharing basis as per the itinerary
Meals: 7 Breakfasts & 7 Dinners. Day 2: Dinner Day 3-8: Breakfast & Dinner Day 9: Breakfast
Transport from Manali to Leh by Bike or Four Wheeler as per your selection.
Leh to Manali Bike dropping charges.
Entry Fees & Inner line Permits
Fuel for the entire journey
Back-up vehicle for luggage
Mechanic for assistance
Helmet for the Rider and the pillion
Experienced Tour captain
First-aid kit with 24x7 oxygen cylinders
Sightseeing as per the itinerary. (Vehicle will be on a non-disposal basis).
Anything which is not mentioned in inclusions
Meals not mentioned in inclusions
Caution deposit of INR 8000/- per bike
Any kind of personal expenses, optional tours, insurance, laundry
Biking Gear (Available on rental basis)
Costs incidental to any changes in the itinerary due to bad weather or natural calamities that are beyond our control.
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