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The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains
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from/per person 18,000/-
  • Nature of Trip
    Adventure
  • Durations
    10 Nights and 11 Days
  • Group Size
    10
  • Reporting Month
    Aug-Sep 2018
  • Base Camp
    IYC Delhi
  • Programme Fees
    Rs. 18,000/person

Nature of Trip: Advanture. 
Trip Duration10 Nights & 11 Days
Group Size: Minimum 1 and Maximum 10
Participation FeeRs.18,000/- Per Person
Fixed Departures: Delhi to Delhi 11 Days Fixed Departure Dates: 12th August and 11th September’2018 
Who Can Join: Open for Solo Travelers, Couples, Group of Friends & Families
Inclusions: All meals at Camp and Expert Guides  
Reporting Months: August to September 2018

CALL 8010224422 or EMAIL US at info@internationalyouthclub.org for BOOKINGS

Take a bike trip to India’s one of the most unexplored and offbeat destinations - Spiti Valley. Get on the bikes from Manali and ride to some of the most surreal places in India which will leave you breathless. You will agree with us when we say that for some of us mountains are like second home and you feel like you belong to them. Once you are amidst these grand structures of pure awe you feel at home. If you are in an eternal love with mountains then Spiti Valley will be a paradise for you.
 
The ever-changing tinge of the barren mountains in Spiti is the sight to behold. The starry sky with stars shining bright like diamonds and the rare sight of Milky Way will leave you speechless. The Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in Tabo which dates back to 996 AD is located in Spiti Valley and visiting it is like taking a trip through history. Key Gompa has the picture perfect location by the Spiti River at the height of 13668 feet. The beautiful monastery amidst the mountains is a must visit place. Spiti offers a perfect blend of beauty and adventure!
 
The spellbinding Spiti Valley will surprise you. You’ll see the dreamlike Chandratal Lake before concluding the journey at Manali. Cross the Jalori Pass and explore the offbeat Tirthan Valley. Take back home unforgettable memories from Spiti


Pick a Ride
  • Own Bike or SUV: INR 18,000 Per Person
  • Sharing Rented Bike including Fuel: INR 32000 Per Person
  • Single Rented Bike including Fuel: INR 42000 Per Person
  • Seat in Traveler/SUV: INR 28000 Per Person
Short Itinerary :
  • Day 01: Delhi – Manali (560km/12hrs)
  • Day 02: Arrive Manali – Local City Tour
  • Day 03: Manali – Sarahan(233 km)
  • Day 04: Sarahan – Sangla(85 km)
  • Day 05: Sangla – Chitkul - Sangla(60 km)
  • Day 06: Sangla – Tabo(178 km)
  • Day 07: Tabo - Kaza(50 km)
  • Day 08: Kaza(60 km)
  • Day 09: Kaza - Chandratal(100 km)
  • Day 10: Chandratal - Manali(160 km)
  • Day 11: Manali –Delhi (560 Km/12 Hrs)

Day-wise details

  • Day 01 : Delhi – Manali (560km/12hrs)
The Bike expedition will start from Delhi; our team will be receiving you from the pickup point and we will be heading towards Manali the valley of gods. The journey from Delhi to Manali will approximately be an 11-12 hours journey and it will surely be all fun as it will keep you all excited and enthusiastic about your bike trip to Spiti valley. Volvo will be the in charge of your comfort concerns during overnight journeys.

  • Day 02 : Arrive Manali – Local City Tour 
We will drop in at Manali in the morning and check-in to the hotels and take some rest. After that the bikes will be handed over to you along with the detailed information about the routes, maps, destinations, rules and regulations which will be provided to you by our team. Now you are ready to take a local city tour of Manali where you witness the charming beauty of nature with a historical and mythological touch in it, the places that are worth visiting are: Hadimba Temple , Local Tibetan Monasteries, Nature Reserve and Old Manali (swaying eucalyptus, lovely roads, sweet little eateries, small kitschy marketplaces and cafes that serve your favourite continental food), Manu Maharishi temple (one and only temple in India dedicated to Rishi Manu after whom the town is named). And after enjoying the appetizing local food of Manali the night stay will be at the hotel.
Highlights: Beas River, Hadimba Temple, Manali Mall Road, Tibetan Monasteries, Manu Temple

  • Day 03 : Manali – Jibhi - Tirthan Valley – Jalori Pass- Rampur - Sarahan(233 km)
After having some yummy breakfast, we ride on for 233 kilometres while heading on towards Sarahan it has all the modern facilities and it can be used as stopover before the long journey to Lahaul Spiti. Rampur is a small commercial hub. Satluj River is at lower height than the surrounding areas. Stay will be overnight at Sarahan in camps directly under a luminous star-studded sky with exhilarating Campfire.
Sarahan is a small village in Himachal Pradesh of India. It is the site of the Bhimakali Temple, originally known as Bhimadevi Temple (Bhīmā Kālī), dedicated to the mother goddess Bhimakali, presiding deity of the rulers of the former Bushahr State. 

  • Day 04 : Sarahan – Sangla(85 km)
You will be travelling to one of the most beautiful valleys of Himalayas, Sangla valley also known as Baspa valley because of river Baspa. Once you enter the border of Kinnaur you will be passing through beautifully engineered roads that takes you to different villages of Kinnaur district. Overnight at camp/hotel.

  • Day 05 : Sangla to Chitkul – The Last Village (60 km)
After enjoying some enticing breakfast we will start riding towards Chitkul-The Crown of Kinnaur. While travelling to Chitkul valley, river Baspa will be at your right side. On the way you will pass through Rakcham village. It is situated at an altitude of 3450 Metre. (11,345 ft.), this makes it the highest village of Baspa Valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibet border. The Indian road ends here. Arriving at Chitkul, the overnight stay will be in camps at Sarahan.

  • Day 06 : Sangla – Kalpa – Nako - Tabo(178 km)
After breakfast leave towards in Sangla valley, we will start our drive towards Reckong Peo, the headquarter of Kinnaur and further few minutes drive will take you to Kalpa. Kalpa is a beautiful place overlooking the Kinner Kailash in the vicinity of famous apple orchards of Kinnaur.
Nako is situated at an altitude of 12014 ft above sea level with the back drop of Reo Purgyal, the highest mountain in Himachal Pradesh. Nako is famous for its lake, Guru Padmasambhava has his footprints on a rock near by and is revered by Buddhists all around the world. 
We will be entering Spiti valley at Sumdo and little further we will take the link road to Gyu where you will be visiting the famous mummy of the old monk. Later drive towards Tabo, also known as the Ajanta of the Himalayas. Lotsawa Rinchen Zangpo, the reknowned translator is said to have built this monastery. Interestingly the statues are very similar to that of Alchi monastery in Ladakh. Overnight at Camps/Hotel in Tabo.

  • Day 07 : Tabo - Kaza(50 km)
In morning we will be riding to Kaza and here you are into the Spiti Valleys. Kaza, located in the state of Himachal Pradesh is a famous and important town in the Spiti Valley in Lahaul and Spiti district. Situated on a ridge 11,980 ft above sea level, Kaza is a very beautiful place to visit. Kaza is overlooked by high mountain ridges on all sides. The town is entirely surrounded by greenery and is rich in flora and fauna. Kaza Travel guide is incomplete without a mention of its natural beauty and serene vegetation. The town is divided in two parts- The old and the new. The old town is located on the outer edge of the city and the major attraction here is an ancient monastery. Now, you have your bike and awe-inspiring with its shining colours to be explored rest of the day. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.

  • Day 08 : Kaza Excursion Day to Key monastery, Langza, Komic, Hikkim villages
After having breakfast, we will explore the magnificient beauty of Kaza. We will visit the Key Gompa Monastery and nestled between the mountains in a bowl shaped area in the Spiti Valley is a small remote village named Langza. This village is situated at an altitude of 14,500 feet above sea level in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Langza is also considered to be one of the highest villages in the world with a motorable road. And Komic the world’s highest village with a road. Hikkim is a village in Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh state in northern India. It is near to the Kaza location. It is one of the highest year-round inhabited locations in India, with residences from 4330 to 4400 meters. Overnight stay will be at hotel.

  • Day 09 : Kaza to Chandratal (100km)
From Kaza we will ride towards Chandratal here is also a motorable road available till a parking made 2km before the lake. ‘Chandra Tal’ (meaning the Lake of the Moon), or Chandra Tal is situated in the Spiti part of the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. The name of the lake originates from its crescent shape. It is situated at an altitude of about 4,300 meters (14,100 ft) in the Himalayas. Mountains overlook the lake on one side, and a magnificent cirque presents a view on the other. Chandra Tal offers magnificent view at night (after sunset). While temperature drops below Zero degree Celsius during pre-winter, the sky is filled count-less stars & offers Spectacular Milky way view. After having dinner we will spend the night at campsite and doze off in the tents under the dazzling sky.

  • Day 10 : Chandratal to Kullu Manali (160km)
Early morning after having breakfast, we start riding back toward Manali. On arrival, check in at hotel and time to say goodbye to your best companion, the bike which has been your best buddy throughout the entire adventurous trip. This will be the end of motor biking. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.

  • Day 11 : Manali to Delhi
Today is a free day to relax and for the restless ones to explore and soak the beauty of Manali and nearby places one more time! In the evening we will depart for Delhi by Volvo bus. We will arrive at Delhi around 10 A.M. on next day in the morning and now you have a bunch of good friends an extra luggage to carry home and that is a bag full of adventurous fun-filled memories to cherish for lifetime.

How to Join
Join Now Our participation process is very simple. You may book online to reserve your seat or call us at 8010 22 44 22 between 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM on any working day. Alternatively, you may email us at info@internationalyouthclub.org for booking and assistance.

You may Book Offline through NEFT or Direct Transfer by making the payment in below bank account: 
Bank Name: YES Bank 
Account Name: International Youth Club 
Account Number: 006188700000308 
IFSC Code: YESB0000061 
Branch: Saket, New Delhi 

You need to email NEFT/Transfer/Proof of deposit details at info@internationalyouthclub.org along with Expedition Name, Date of Reporting, Participant’s- Name, Mobile, Email, DOB, City and Gender in order to send you the confirmation within 48 working hours from our side.

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Contact Details: 
Call Support at 8010224422
Laviral Kalra at 9999944848
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International Youth Club, Opposite Manu Temple, Old Manali, Himachal Pradesh
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Online : Our participation process is very simple. You may apply online to reserve your seat through this page or call us at 8010224422 between 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM on any working day. Alternatively, you may email us at bookings@internationalyouthclub.org for booking and assistance.Offline : You may Book Offline through NEFT or Direct Transfer by making the payment in below bank account: 

Bank Name: YES Bank
Account Name: International Youth Club 
Account Number: 006188700000308 
IFSC Code: YESB0000061 
Branch: Saket, New Delhi 

You need to email NEFT/Transfer/Proof of deposit details at bookings@internationalyouthclub.org along with Expedition Name, Date of Reporting, Participant’s- Name, Mobile, Email, DOB, City and Gender in order to send you the confirmation within 48 working hours from our side.


Contact Details: 
Call Support at 8010224422
Laviral Kalra at 9999944848
bookings@internationalyouthclub.org
International Youth Club, Shanti-Stupa Road, Leh 194101, India
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By Road

Manali is well connected to Delhi. Take an overnight bus from Delhi and you will reach Manali in 12 ‐ 14 hours(approx 540 KMS). Tickets can be booked online at www.redbus.in or www.hrtc.gov.in

Tips: Since Delhi Manali is a long journey most Volvo private buses leave Delhi between 5 pm and 6 pm. The last govt bus leaves at 8.30 pm from ISBT Kashmere Gate. Volvo buses charges between Rs.1,000 to 1,400 per sector from Delhi to Manali and vice versa. Manali to Delhi: Like the onward journey, buses leave from Manali to Delhi between 4 and 5 p.m. Your tentative arrival at Delhi may be anywhere between 6 a.m and 10 a.m. Plan your onward journeys only post noon giving enough buffer for bus delays.

By Train

Nearest Railway station is Ambala (350 kms) and Chandigarh (310 kms). Tip: Regular Volvo and Buses are available from Chandigarh to Manali in the evening. Volvo buses charges between Rs.700 to Rs.1,000 per sector from Chandigarh to Manali and vice versa.

By Air

Nearest Airport is Bhuntar is 60 Kms. Bhuntar, which is 52 km away from Manali, is the nearest airport. Taxi services are available from Bhuntar to Manali, which costs about Rs.700‐ Rs.1,000. Bhuntar is well connected to Delhi by air. The airliners that take you to this Airport are Indian Airlines, Kingfisher airlines, MDLR Airlines and Jagson Airlines, operating flights from Delhi and Chandigarh to Kullu.


Contact Details: 
Call Support at 8010224422
Laviral Kalra at 9999944848
bookings@internationalyouthclub.org
International Youth Club, Shanti-Stupa Road, Leh 194101, India
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What's included

  • One Enfield 350 cc motorbike with fuel per rider and as per the above itinerary from day 02 to day 10. 
  • Sharing based accommodation in double bedded room in hotels/camps/guest house.
  • Breakfast and Dinner (Starting from Breakfast on day 02 on Arriving in Manali till Breakfast on departure from Manali on day 11
  • Experienced Motorbike Mechanic for the entire tour in bike
  • Volvo transportation from Delhi to Manali & Back
  • 01 backup jeep for more than 10 riders
  • All taxes and tolls
  • Bone fire on departure

What's excluded

  • Lunch is not included and any other meal than mentioned in itinerary
  • Any insurance
  • Early check in or a late checkout rooms at any hotels unless specified above
  • Any entry fees to visit any place
  • Any air fare, visa fees, airport tax
  • Any personal expenses like drinks, laundry, telephone calls, tips, camera fees etc
  • Liability for change in itinerary due to reasons beyond our control like change in flight and train schedule; cancellation of flights/trains, political disturbances, natural phenomenon, etc.
  • Tips to driver, guide, hotel staff & representative.
  • Any portages at hotel (for baggage on arrival and departure from the hotel)
  • Camera/video camera fee at monuments
*****Any damage/ change of spares in bike during tour would be payable by guest directly.

CANCELLATION POLICY

We would love to host you, but in case you are unable to travel as planned and need to cancel your booking, do not worry. Our simple cancellation process makes sure you receive a quick confirmation and fast refunds. 
  • Cancellation made before 30 Days – 70% Refund 
  • Cancellation made within 30 to 15 Days – 50% Refund 
  • Cancellation made after within 15 Days – No Refund 
  • Rescheduling dates within the same trek – 20% of trip charges subject to availability 
The applicable refund amount will be credited to you within 30 days after trip completion date

Day-wise details

    Day 1: Delhi – Manali (560km/12hrs)                 
    The Bike expedition will start from Delhi; our team will be receiving you from the pickup point and we will be heading towards Manali the valley of gods. The journey from Delhi to Manali will approximately be an 11-12 hours journey and it will surely be all fun as it will keep you all excited and enthusiastic about your bike trip to Spiti valley. Volvo will be the in charge of your comfort concerns during overnight journeys.           

    Day 2: Arrive Manali – Local City Tour               
      We will drop in at Manali in the morning and check-in to the hotels and take some rest. After that the bikes will be handed over to you along with the detailed information about the routes, maps, destinations, rules and regulations which will be provided to you by our team. Now you are ready to take a local city tour of Manali where you witness the charming beauty of nature with a historical and mythological touch in it, the places that are worth visiting are: Hadimba Temple , Local Tibetan Monasteries, Nature Reserve and Old Manali (swaying eucalyptus, lovely roads, sweet little eateries, small kitschy marketplaces and cafes that serve your favourite continental food), Manu Maharishi temple (one and only temple in India dedicated to Rishi Manu after whom the town is named). And after enjoying the appetizing local food of Manali the night stay will be at the hotel.
    Highlights: Beas River, Hadimba Temple, Manali Mall Road, Tibetan Monasteries, Manu Temple     


    Day 3: Manali – Jibhi - Tirthan Valley – Jalori Pass- Rampur - Sarahan(233 km)                
      After having some yummy breakfast, we ride on for 233 kilometres while heading on towards Sarahan it has all the modern facilities and it can be used as stopover before the long journey to Lahaul Spiti. Rampur is a small commercial hub. Satluj River is at lower height than the surrounding areas. Stay will be overnight at Sarahan in camps directly under a luminous star-studded sky with exhilarating Campfire.
    Sarahan is a small village in Himachal Pradesh of India. It is the site of the Bhimakali Temple, originally known as Bhimadevi Temple (Bhīmā Kālī), dedicated to the mother goddess Bhimakali, presiding deity of the rulers of the former Bushahr State.        


    Day 4: Sarahan – Sangla(85 km)              
    You will be travelling to one of the most beautiful valleys of Himalayas, Sangla valley also known as Baspa valley because of river Baspa. Once you enter the border of Kinnaur you will be passing through beautifully engineered roads that takes you to different villages of Kinnaur district. Overnight at camp/hotel.     

    Day 5: Sangla to Chitkul – The Last Village (60 km)               
    After enjoying some enticing breakfast we will start riding towards Chitkul-The Crown of Kinnaur. While travelling to Chitkul valley, river Baspa will be at your right side. On the way you will pass through Rakcham village. It is situated at an altitude of 3450 Metre. (11,345 ft.), this makes it the highest village of Baspa Valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibet border. The Indian road ends here. Arriving at Chitkul, the overnight stay will be in camps at Sarahan.

    Day 6: Sangla – Kalpa – Nako - Tabo(178 km)            
      After breakfast leave towards in Sangla valley, we will start our drive towards Reckong Peo, the headquarter of Kinnaur and further few minutes drive will take you to Kalpa. Kalpa is a beautiful place overlooking the Kinner Kailash in the vicinity of famous apple orchards of Kinnaur.
      Nako is situated at an altitude of 12014 ft above sea level with the back drop of Reo Purgyal, the highest mountain in Himachal Pradesh. Nako is famous for its lake, Guru Padmasambhava has his footprints on a rock near by and is revered by Buddhists all around the world. 
      We will be entering Spiti valley at Sumdo and little further we will take the link road to Gyu where you will be visiting the famous mummy of the old monk. Later drive towards Tabo, also known as the Ajanta of the Himalayas. Lotsawa Rinchen Zangpo, the reknowned translator is said to have built this monastery. Interestingly the statues are very similar to that of Alchi monastery in Ladakh. Overnight at Camps/Hotel in Tabo.
    Day 7: Tabo - Kaza(50 km)              
      In morning we will be riding to Kaza and here you are into the Spiti Valleys. Kaza, located in the state of Himachal Pradesh is a famous and important town in the Spiti Valley in Lahaul and Spiti district. Situated on a ridge 11,980 ft above sea level, Kaza is a very beautiful place to visit. Kaza is overlooked by high mountain ridges on all sides. The town is entirely surrounded by greenery and is rich in flora and fauna. Kaza Travel guide is incomplete without a mention of its natural beauty and serene vegetation. The town is divided in two parts- The old and the new. The old town is located on the outer edge of the city and the major attraction here is an ancient monastery. Now, you have your bike and awe-inspiring with its shining colours to be explored rest of the day. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.
    Day 8: Kaza Excursion Day to Key monastery, Langza, Komic, Hikkim villages                 
    After having breakfast, we will explore the magnificient beauty of Kaza. We will visit the Key Gompa Monastery and nestled between the mountains in a bowl shaped area in the Spiti Valley is a small remote village named Langza. This village is situated at an altitude of 14,500 feet above sea level in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. Langza is also considered to be one of the highest villages in the world with a motorable road. And Komic the world’s highest village with a road. Hikkim is a village in Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh state in northern India. It is near to the Kaza location. It is one of the highest year-round inhabited locations in India, with residences from 4330 to 4400 meters. Overnight stay will be at hotel.    
                    
    Day 9: Kaza to Chandratal (100km)             
    From Kaza we will ride towards Chandratal here is also a motorable road available till a parking made 2km before the lake. ‘Chandra Tal’ (meaning the Lake of the Moon), or Chandra Tal is situated in the Spiti part of the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. The name of the lake originates from its crescent shape. It is situated at an altitude of about 4,300 meters (14,100 ft) in the Himalayas. Mountains overlook the lake on one side, and a magnificent cirque presents a view on the other. Chandra Tal offers magnificent view at night (after sunset). While temperature drops below Zero degree Celsius during pre-winter, the sky is filled count-less stars & offers Spectacular Milky way view. After having dinner we will spend the night at campsite and doze off in the tents under the dazzling sky.
     
    Day 10: Chandratal to Kullu Manali (160km)               
    Early morning after having breakfast, we start riding back toward Manali. On arrival, check in at hotel and time to say goodbye to your best companion, the bike which has been your best buddy throughout the entire adventurous trip. This will be the end of motor biking. Overnight stay will be at the hotel.

    Day 11: Manali to Delhi             
    Today is a free day to relax and for the restless ones to explore and soak the beauty of Manali and nearby places one more time! In the evening we will depart for Delhi by Volvo bus. We will arrive at Delhi around 10 A.M. on next day in the morning and now you have a bunch of good friends an extra luggage to carry home and that is a bag full of adventurous fun-filled memories to cherish for lifetime.

Contact Details: 
Call Support at 8010224422
Laviral Kalra at 9999944848
bookings@internationalyouthclub.org
International Youth Club, Shanti-Stupa Road, Leh 194101, India
Join community of 70,000+ Followers at https://www.facebook.com/InternationalYouthClub.Org/
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