Spiti is a desert mountain valley in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, rightly called as the Tibet of India. Spiti – ‘a world within a world' as described by Rudyard Kipling (of 'Kim' fame) - is a relatively unknown world, tucked away in the Trans-Himalayan belt of Himachal Pradesh. It is at a remote corner of the world to be accessed by traversing the highest mountain passes in the world. From Manali, you can easily access Spiti through newly built Atal Tunnel - a true engineering marvel!

Spiti valley is home to some of the oldest monasteries (Tabo, Sherkhang and Dhankar - all around 1000 years old), highest motorable villages in Asia (Langza and Komic), highest post office in the world (Hikkim), Chandrataal lake, beautiful and vast landscape, ancient and intact culture and simple people. The valley is home to a distinctive Tibetan Buddhist culture similar to that found in Tibet and the Ladakh region in India.

Explore the untamed beauty of Spiti, conquer challenging terrains, and soak in the serenity of the Himalayas. Whether you're an experienced rider or a biking enthusiast seeking an extraordinary adventure, the Spiti Biking Tour offers the perfect blend of thrill, culture, and fun in a remarkable setting. Get ready to rev your engines and embark on an unforgettable journey through the enchanting Spiti Valley!


The costing is as follows*:

SUV - Rs. 42500 per person 

Royal Enfield Solo riding (500cc) - Rs. 47500 per person

Himalayan Solo riding - Rs. 48500 per person


*(Costing prepared for a group consisting a minimum of 8 riders & for SUV, a minimum of 4 travelers required)

8 Nights 9 Days 23rd September - 1st October 2023 Manali, Himachal Pradesh

What is included in the tour

  • Stay for 8 nights – Guesthouse and Camping 
  • Breakfast & Dinner (Day 2 breakfast to Day 9 breakfast)
  • Royal Enfield Bikes, Helmets and Fuel for the entire tour
  • SUV / Tempo Traveller
  • Utility Support vehicle & Motorbike Mechanic for the entire tour
  • Oxygen Cylinder and first aid kit
  • An experienced Tour Lead
  • Inner line permits
  • Professional Photo and video coverage of the tour! 

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Transportation till Starting point and back from End Point
  • Lunch & Snacks / Beverages
  • Biking gears and Bike spares 
  • Entry ticket of Monasteries & Monuments
  • Items of personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, tips, camera fees etc
  • Extra meals and stays 
  • Anything other than above mention inclusions
  • Ride through Atal Tunnel and cross the Kunzum that connect the picturesque Spiti Valley with Kullu Valley
  • Visit the India's last village - Chitkul and India's highest post office! 
  • Experience euphoria riding the divide between the Kullu valley and the high altitude Spiti valley
  • Stay at Kaza, shop or window-shop the famous pure wool shawls, carpets and woollen clothes
  • We head out to discover some of the stunning scenery and roads that are part of this beautiful region like the Key Gompa, Chandertaal lake
  • Experience the cold desert at The Pin Valley National Park
  • Visit the high altitude offbeat villages inhabited all through the year like Komic, Hikkim and Langza

Day 1 – Arrive at Manali
Day 2 – Manali to Shoja
Day 3 – Shoja to Sangla via Rampur
Day 4 – Sangla to Nako via Chitkul
Day 5 – Nako to Kaza 
Day 6 – Kaza to Langza to Komic to Hikkim to Kaza
Day 7 – Kaza to Key, Kibber to Tashigang to Kaza
Day 8 – Kaza to Chandartaal via Kunzum-la
Day 9 – Chandartaal to Chattru to Manali via Atal Tunnel 


Day 1 - Arrive at Manali 
Upon your arrival in Manali, you will have some time to rest and prepare for the exciting journey ahead. Spend the evening getting acquainted with your bike and ensuring everything is in perfect working condition. You can explore the charming town of Manali and take in its picturesque surroundings.

Riding Distance: 20km
Stay in Manali 


Day 2 – Manali to Shoja
Gear up for the first leg of your adventure as you leave Manali and ride towards  Shoja, a small village nestled amidst dense forests in the Seraj Valley. Enjoy the scenic route that takes you through lush green valleys, winding roads, and charming villages. As you ascend, the landscape transforms, offering panoramic views of the majestic mountains. Enjoy the cool breeze and stunning views of the mountains as you make your way to Shoja.

Riding Distance: 110km
Stay at Shoja


Day 3 – Shoja to Sangla via Rampur
Today's ride takes you to the enchanting Sangla Valley, known for its stunning beauty and apple orchards. Explore the picturesque village of Chitkul, the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibetan border. Later, proceed to Kalpa, a serene hill station known for its magnificent views of the Kinner Kailash range.

Riding Distance: 180km
Stay at Sangla


Day 4 – Sangla to Nako via Chitkul
Leave the enchanting Sangla Valley behind as you ride towards Nako, with a memorable stop at Chitkul. Ride through the captivating landscapes, with the Baspa River flowing alongside. Explore Chitkul, the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibetan border, known for its stunning beauty and traditional wooden houses. Continue your journey towards Nako, where you'll be greeted by the serene Nako Lake and the ancient Nako Monastery.

Riding Distance: 175km
Stay at Nako


Day 5 – Nako to Kaza 
Today, you'll head towards Kaza, the largest township in the Spiti Valley. The route takes you through challenging mountain roads and high-altitude passes, providing you with breathtaking views of barren landscapes, glistening streams, and snow-capped peaks. Reach Kaza and immerse yourself in its unique blend of culture and adventure.

Riding Distance: 110km
Stay at Kaza


Day 6 – Kaza to Langza to Komic to Hikkim to Kaza
Embark on a captivating loop journey from Kaza, visiting the picturesque villages of Langza, Komic, and Hikkim. Marvel at the ancient monasteries, vibrant Buddhist culture, and the iconic Buddha statue at Langza. Discover the highest village in the world, Komic, and send a postcard from the world's highest post office in Hikkim. Then we head to have a panoramic view of Kaza city and head back for a good night sleep prepping for tomorrow.

Riding Distance: 50km
Stay at Kaza


Day 7  – Kaza to Key to Kibber to Kaza
Explore the wonders of the Spiti Valley as you ride to the iconic Key Monastery, perched atop a hill. Continue to the charming village of Kibber, known for its wildlife sanctuary and breathtaking landscapes. From there, make your way to Tashigang, a remote village with tiny little marketplace that offers stunning views of the valley.

Riding Distance: 80km
Stay at Kaza


Day 8 – Kaza to Chandartaal via Kunzum La
After a good breakfast, prepare for a thrilling ride as you conquer the challenging Kunzum Pass to reach Chandartaal Lake. Enjoy the exhilarating experience of riding through this high-altitude pass, surrounded by majestic peaks. Once we reach the campsite and park our vehicles and head for the lake. The lake in all its glory just lets you in it. The spine-chilling cold will force us to find warmth so we start the campfire and fill our starving stomach with hot soup and Rajmah-Chawal. (The Campfire is subject to availability of firewood). We tuck ourselves under the thick warm blankets in the chilly night by the lake.

Riding Distance: 130km
Stay at Chandrataal Camp


Day 9 – Chandartaal to Chattru to Manali via Atal Tunnel
As you bid farewell to Chandratal, get ready for an adventure-filled ride towards Manali. Traverse through the scenic landscapes of Chattru, navigating through rocky terrain and river valleys. Finally, ride through the famous Atal Tunnel, an engineering marvel, and emerge on the other side to reach Manali, completing your exhilarating Spiti biking tour.

Riding Distance: 125km


Thus your Spiti Odyssey comes to an end with lots of new memories and experiences to take back.


Throughout this tour, you will witness a remarkable variety of landscapes, from the lush valleys and greenery around Manali to the arid desert-like terrain of the Spiti Valley. You'll conquer high-altitude passes, ride along winding mountain roads, and cross pristine rivers. The towering snow-capped peaks, deep gorges, and serene lakes will leave you in awe at every turn.

In addition to the awe-inspiring landscapes, you'll also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique culture of the region. Explore ancient monasteries, interact with friendly locals, and witness their vibrant traditions and festivals. The Spiti Valley is known for its strong Buddhist heritage, and you'll encounter numerous monastic settlements along the way, each with its own distinct charm.

During the tour, make sure to take breaks and capture stunning photographs of the breathtaking scenery. Enjoy the delicious local cuisine and experience the warm hospitality of the people you meet along the way. This biking tour promises not only thrilling rides and magnificent vistas but also a deep connection with the rich cultural tapestry of the Spiti Valley.

Get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure, where every twist and turn reveals a new facet of Spiti's beauty. Whether you are an experienced rider seeking a challenging terrain or an adventure enthusiast looking for a unique cultural experience, the Spiti Biking Tour is bound to leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.


*We visit this place if time permits


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Pickup point
Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India View on Map
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