Manali – Rohtang – Kaza – Manali Bike Tour
This tour route from Manali, Rohtang, Batal, Chandrataal, Kunzum La Pass, Spiti, Dhanker, Tabo, Rampur, Jibhi and Manali. The town of Kaza is the subdivisional headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley in the Lahaul and Spiti district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in the Western Himalayas of India. Spiti, which is a part of the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal, is a high altitude or cold desert having close similarities to the neighboring Tibet and Ladakh regions in terms of terrain, climate and the Buddhist culture. Kaza, situated along the Spiti River river at an elevation of 3,650 meters (11,980 ft) above mean sea level, is the largest township and commercial center of the valley.
Region: Kullu Manali, Lahaul & Spiti
Tour Type: Motor Bike Tour
Season: June to September
Route: Manali, Rohtang, Lahual, Batal, Losar, Chanderataal, Kunzum Pass, kaza, Dhanker, Tabo, Jibhi Manali
Duration: 10 Days 9 Nights
Cost: 32000/- per peson
Group Size: 15 People
Tour Bikes: Standard 350/500, Thunderbird 350/500, Classic 350/500, RE Himalayan
Arrive in Delhi
Arrive Delhi Volvo station (as per the Volvo time). Overnight in Volvo bus.
Arrive in Manali
Arrive in Manali by Morning time, where you will meet our team memebr and your co-riders (Tour Guide). Post lunch, the tour guide briefs everyone on theroute and the day-wise plan. After the briefing, we head out for a short round on the motorcycle. If any adjustments are needed as per your preference, our mechanics will take care of it.
O/N Stay & Dinner at Manali.
Manali Rohtang Pass, Lahual and Chandrataal (120 km/ 7 hrs)
After breakfast, start riding with the Beas river toward Rohtang top. Riding over Rohtang Pass (3980m) which offers fine views of glaciers and snow, capped peaks. After Rohtang La top we will enter in beautiful valley of Lahual and Spiti and we will take right turn to Spiti valley after 13 Km from Rohtang. Enjoy the ride with Chandra river and between the mountains. We will reach Chandrataal in the evening and will Stay in camping there.
Chandrataal to Kaza (100 km/ 5 hrs)
Leave the Chandrataal lake and ride up towards the Kuzum La Pass (4590 meter) the highest point of the journey. This is a challenging part of the day’s journey because the road goes from bad to worse towards the top, with some tricky curves thrown in as well. After the descent from Kuzum La, we move toward to Losar village and Kaza city. We will reach Kaza in evening time where we stay in hotel/camping/guest house for the night.
Pin valley/Kaza- visit Langza, Hikkim villages.
After an early breakfast, we will start riding to visit the Kaza. Kaza (11,980 Ft) is the capital of the Spiti region. Today’s highlight is the ride to the Kibber (14,200 feet) and Komic (14,830 feet) villages, the highest altitude villages in the world to be populated all year round. The village of Hikkim (14,435 feet) has thehighest Post Office in the world (Pin Code 172114). It’s a good idea to mail a postcardfrom this Post Office as a souvenir of your journey. Finally, a visit to the beautiful KiGompa (aka Kee, Key), the largest monastery in Spiti, wraps up the day’s ride. Overnight stay in hotel/camping/guest house for the night.
Pin Valley/Dhankar/Tabo (100 km/ 6 hrs)
After an early breakfast in Kaza, we will start riding to visit Dankhar monastery (12,774 feet) one of the oldest monasteries in the world. Then ride to Tabo monastery (10,010 feet). This monastery is famed for its vast collection of frescos and stucco paintings and is called the “Ajanta of the Himalayas”. Overnight stay in hotel/camping/guest house for the night in Tabo.
Tabo/Nako/Rakchham (150 km/ 7 hrs)
After an early breakfast in Tabo, we ride toward the Nako to explore beautiful Nako lake and Nako village and from Nako to Rakchham village. Rakchham is a beautiful village located in the backdrop of Kinner Kailash Mountain range. Evening free to walk around the Rakchham village. Overnight stay in hotel/camping/guest house for the night in Rakchham village.
Rakchham/Sangla/Sarahan(130 km/ 6 hrs)
After breakfast travel by surface from beautiful Sangla Valley. The route is along the Sutlej river. On arrival check in at the hotel. evening visit Bhimakali Devi temple. Overnight in hotel.
Sarahan/Rampur/Jibhi (150 km/ 6 hrs)
After breakfast, we start riding from Sarahan to Rampur toward the Jalori pass (3223 M). On arrival check in at the camping. Overnight at camping with born fire.
Jhibhi/Banjar/Kullu/Manali (110/5 hrs)
This is the last day of the tour. After breakfast in Banjar we will ride toward the Kullu valley and manali. and this tour ends in manali with beautiful and unforgettable memory.
Inclusion Of Spiti Valley Bike Tour:-
- Accommodation in hotels/camping or guesthouse on twin sharing basis.
- MAP basis in hotel (Room+Breakfast+Dinner).
- One Enfield 350cc bike (with fuel) per rider with halmet.
- Fuel backup for Bike.
- Experience guide for the entire tour.
- Motorbike Mechanic for the entire tour.
- Entrance or permit to place of visit.
- Volvo tickets from Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi.
- First aid box with oxygen cylinder.
- Backup SUV vehicle for more than 5 riders.
- Beautiful memories of unique destination.
Exclusion Of Spiti Valley Bike Tour :-
- Extra charges for other meal than mentioned in itinerary.
- Accessories for bikes (Available on direct cost)
- Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours
- Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc
- Medical & Travel insurance
- Change in itinerary due to reasons, which is not in our control like a change in flight or train schedule; cancellation of flights/trains, political disturbances, natural etc.
- In case of major mechanical damage, participant will have to pay for replaced parts and for servicing done by the local shop & accident damage will have to be paid by the rider.
- Any other item, which is not mentioned in the inclusion.
|Group Number||Arrival Date in Manali||Departure Date from Manali||Status of Group|
|1||15 June 2019||24 June 2019||Available|
|2||29 June 2019||08 July 2019||Available|
|3||13 July 2019||22 July 2019||Available|
|4||27 July 2019||05 August 2019||Available|
|5||10 August 2019||19 August 2019||Available|
|6||24 August 2019||03 September 2019||Available|
|7||08 September 2019||17 September 2019||Available|