Spiti Valley Bike Trip 2024

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Spiti Valley Bike Trip 2024

Join our ultimate 10 night, 11 day Spiti Valley Bike Trip from Delhi to Manali covering Kullu (1N) – Sarahan (1N) – Sangla (1N) – Tabo (1N) – Kaza (2N) – Chandratal (1N) – Manali (1N). Book now and save 20%! Limited time offer.

Spiti Valley Bike Trip Route Description:

Kullu (1N) – Sarahan (1N) – Sangla (1N) – Tabo (1N) – Kaza (2N) – Chandratal (1N) – Manali (1N) 

Spiti Valley Bike Trip Duration:

09 Nights & 10 Days

Spiti Valley Bike Trip  Fixed Departure Dates:

May: 31st
June: 8th, 16th, 24th
July: 2nd, 10th, 18th, 26th
August: 3rd, 11th, 19th, 27th
September: 5th, 12th, 20th

Spiti Valley Bike Trip Highlights:

  • Complimentary Himalayan
  • Total distance covered during the tour – 1,800 KM.
  • Deluxe Hotels and Swiss Camps with attached bathrooms for Solos, Couples, Friends, and Family.
  • 10 Nights and 11 Days
  • Experienced Road Captains, Mechanics and Support Staff
  • Bike Permits and Inner Line Permits
  • Bike ride on the highest motorable passes in the world – Kunzum Pass
  • Kinnaur Valley, Chandratal Lake, Ki, Kinner, Hikkim Village, Dhankar, Gue

Spiti Valley Bike Trip Itinerary

Day 01: Delhi to Kullu | Overnight Volvo

  • Depart from Delhi in the evening aboard a comfortable Volvo bus headed for Kullu.
  • Enjoy the scenic drive through the night, passing by towns and villages nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas.
  • Arrive in Kullu early the next morning and check into your pre booked accommodation for some rest.

Day 02: Leisure Day in Kullu

    • After a relaxing night’s sleep, wake up to the fresh mountain air of Kullu.
    • Spend the day leisurely exploring the town. Visit local markets to shop for souvenirs and handicrafts, or take a stroll along the Beas River.
    • You can also visit nearby attractions such as Raghunath Temple or Naggar Castle on your own.
    • In the evening, indulge in some delicious Himachali cuisine.

    Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Kullu

Day 03: Kullu to Sarahan Via Jalori Pass

    • Depart from Kullu after breakfast and begin your journey towards Sarahan.
    • Drive through the scenic Jalori Pass, surrounded by dense forests and offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas.
    • Stop at Jalori Pass for a short break and enjoy some snacks while admiring the panoramic vistas.
    • Continue your drive to Sarahan, a picturesque village known for its ancient Bhimakali Temple.
    • Upon arrival in Sarahan, visit the Bhimakali Temple and explore the charming surroundings.
    • Check into your accommodation for the night and relax after a day of travel.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Sarahan

Day 04: Sarahan to Sangla | Explore Chitkul Village

    • After breakfast, depart from Sarahan and head towards Sangla Valley.
    • En route, visit the quaint village of Chitkul, located near the Indo-Tibetan border. Explore the traditional wooden houses and interact with the friendly locals.
    • Enjoy stunning views of the Sangla Valley as you continue your drive to Sangla.
    • Upon reaching Sangla, check into your accommodation and spend the evening relaxing amidst the natural beauty of the valley.
    • You can take a leisurely walk around the village or simply unwind and enjoy the serene surroundings.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Sangla

Day 05: Sangla to Tabo Via Nako and Gue

    • Depart from Sangla after breakfast and begin your journey towards Tabo.
    • En route, stop at Nako Lake, a serene high-altitude lake surrounded by snow-capped peaks. Take some time to enjoy the tranquil beauty of the lake and click some photographs.
    • Visit the ancient Gue Monastery, which houses the mummified body of a Buddhist monk. Explore the monastery and learn about its fascinating history.
    • Continue your drive to Tabo and check into your accommodation upon arrival.
    • Spend the evening exploring Tabo Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its ancient murals and scriptures.
    • Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant and retire for the night.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Tabo

Day 06: Tabo to Kaza Via Dhankar

    • After breakfast, visit Dhankar Village, situated atop a hill overlooking the Spiti River. Explore the ancient Dhankar Monastery, which dates back to the 7th century, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes.
    • Continue your drive to Kaza, the administrative capital of the Spiti Valley.
    • Upon reaching Kaza, check into your accommodation and relax for a while.
    • In the evening, explore the local market and pick up some souvenirs or handicrafts.
    • Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant and spend the night in Kaza.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Kaza

Day 07: Ki, Kibber, Hikkim, Komik, Chicham Bridge & Langza

    • Embark on a full day excursion to some of the most iconic attractions in the Spiti Valley.
    • Visit the ancient Ki Monastery, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery perched on a hilltop overlooking the Spiti River.
    • Explore the picturesque village of Kibber, known for its traditional architecture and stunning mountain views.
    • Visit the remote villages of Hikkim and Komik, among the highest inhabited villages in the world.
    • Cross the thrilling Chicham Bridge, which connects the villages of Chicham and Kibber.
    • Explore the fossil-rich terrain of Langza and search for ancient marine fossils embedded in the rocks.
    • Return to Kaza in the evening and relax after a day of exploration.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Kaza 

Day 08: Kaza to Chandratal Via Kunzum Pass

    • Depart from Kaza early in the morning and drive towards Chandratal Lake.
    • Cross the majestic Kunzum Pass, adorned with colorful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze.
    • Arrive at Chandratal Lake, a stunning high-altitude lake surrounded by towering peaks and pristine meadows.
    • Spend some time soaking in the breathtaking beauty of the lake and enjoy a picnic lunch amidst the serene surroundings.
    • In the afternoon, embark on a short hike around the lake to explore the area further and capture some memorable photographs.
    • Later in the day, continue your drive to Manali via the newly constructed Atal Tunnel.
    • Arrive in Manali in the evening and check into your accommodation for the night.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Chandratal 

Day 09: Chandratal to Manali Via Atal Tunnel

    • After breakfast, bid farewell to the enchanting landscapes of the Himalayas as you depart from Chandratal.
    • Drive through the Atal Tunnel, a marvel of modern engineering, and make your way to Manali.
    • Upon reaching Manali, check into your accommodation and relax after the long journey.
    • Spend the rest of the day exploring Manali at your own pace. You can visit popular attractions e.g. Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, or the Mall Road.
    • In the evening, enjoy a delicious dinner at a local restaurant and reminisce about your adventures in Himachal Pradesh.

    Bikes, Breakfast, Dinner, and Overnight Stay in Manali

Day 10: Departure from Manali

  • At last depending on your travel plans, you can either spend the morning exploring more of Manali or head straight to the airport or bus station for your onward journey.
  • Additionally if time permits, you can indulge in some last-minute shopping for souvenirs or handicrafts to take home as mementos of your trip.
  • Bid farewell to the beautiful hill town of Manali as you embark on your journey back home or to your next destination.

Spiti Valley Bike Trip Hotel Detail

Manali : Grand Krisha | Similar

Kullu : Meridian Camp | Similar

Kaza : Himalyan Hermitage | Similar

Tabo : Kunjum Spiti Inn & Mandala | Similar

Chandartaal : Moon Lake Camp | Similar

Sarahan : Apple Pie & Negi Cottage & Zambala & Vaspa Camp | Similar

Price Per Person

Package Variant Package Amount Early Bird Discount Amount Per Person
2 Person 1 Bike 39000 6500 32500
1 Person 1 Bike 51000 8500 42500
Seat in Coach 39000 6500 32500
Own Bike / Car & Fuel 29400 4900 24500

*plus 5% GST

Spiti Valley Bike Trip Other Information

  1. 1.Complimentary Himalayan Bike with Fuel and Helmet. 2.Stay in pre-booked Deluxe Hotels / Campson triple sharing (double sharing for couples).4.Buffet Breakfast will be available from Day 2 till Day 10 and Buffet Dinner will be available from Day 2 till Day 9.5.The Bikes will be provided from Day 2 in the morning till Day 9 in the evening.6.Bike permits and Inner Line Permits for all travelers.7.All Permits for the highest motorable passes in the world – Kunzum Pass.8.Fuel will be provided as per the route mentioned in the itinerary.9.Services of an Experienced Road Captain and Motorbike Mechanic from Day 2 in the morning till Day 9 in the evening.10.Services of the backup seat in a vehicle for a group of more than 10 motorbikes are restricted for exigencies11.First Aid Medical Kit and Oxygen Cylinder at dispersal with the Road Captain12.Facility to carry luggage in a separate vehicle restricted to 1 Rucksack/Duffle Bag of 60 Liters per Traveler (kindly refer to schedule of charges for additional luggage).13.Pre-booked Luxury Semi-sleeper Volvo Seats for travelers from Delhi to Manali on Day 1.14.Online Certificate on successful completion of the trip.
  1. Personal expenses like Telephone, Laundry, Tips, and Table Drinks, etc.
  2. Any type of Insurance – Medical, Accidental, and Theft.
  3. Any Airfare / Rail fare other than what is mentioned in “Inclusions”.
  4. Pick-up or Drop – Airport, Railway station, or Bus Stop
  5. Cost of any spare part which will be used due to the accidental damage incurred when the motorbike is in rider’s possession.
  6. In case Motorbike is dropped on the way – The cost incurred to transfer/tow, vehicle servicing or maintenance cost.
  7. Any lunch and other meals not mentioned in package inclusions
  8. Security deposit per motorbike of Rs. 10,000/- for accidental damages or dropping back the bike if in case you leave the bike in between the route before the end date of the trip.
  9. Parking, Monastery, and Monument entry fees during sightseeing.
  10. Any cost incurred due to extension, change of itinerary due to natural calamities, road, blocks, vehicle breakdown, union issues, and factors beyond our control
  11. Additional accommodation/food cost incurred due to any delay
  12. Applicable GST
  13. Anything that is not mentioned in the Inclusion sections

Our participation process is very simple for Spiti Valley Bike Trip. You may book online to reserve your seat or call us at 7827956056 between 09:00 AM to 09:00 PM on any working day.

Alternatively, you may email us at for booking and assistance. You may deposit Rs.2500 Per Person and Balance as per our Payment Policy.

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  • Covid-19 Negative Report is Mandatory as per the prevailing guidelines.
  • The check-in time is 12 noon/early check-in subject to availability of the room.
  • We require minimum strength of 10 bikes to operate one group. We have the right to cancel the group if we do not get the minimum strength of bikes in any group.
  • If there are any additional expenses due to bad weather or any other reason beyond the control of the tour operator on account of a hotel stay, transportation, and meals, etc. extra bill will be raised. Neither International Youth Club nor the participating partners/hotels will be responsible for the additional expenses.
  • International Youth Club is not responsible for any 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…
  • If any group member wants to leave the group in-between the tour then he/she has to pay the cost for transportation of bike from point of leaving the tour till the tour endpoint.
  • Group members would have to get their own riding gears. Wearing a helmet, carrying a valid ID proof & Driving license is mandatory.
  • All guests will be responsible for the safety and security of their own luggage. We will not be at all responsible for the damage/missing/lost luggage. So carry a small daypack bag to carry all the expensive things with you.
  • Compensation for any damage/accident done by you during the tour to others property/person would be directly payable by you.
  • We will run the departures subject to having a minimum group strength of 6 to 8 riders in each batch.
  • We have the right to cancel the departure due to insufficient members in the batches. In such a situation, guests are eligible for a full refund.
  • Foreign Nationals have to pay separately for the permits for Khardungla and Pangong Tso.
  • Basic First Aid Kit – It’s advised that one should bring his/her own medicines which are known and suitable to him.
  • Raod Captain will be responsible to manage the group by taking all safety measures. The group has to follow him to make the tour a success.
  • We provide a well-experienced and skilled Royal Enfield Mechanic with spare parts and tools. They are well trained to handle large groups.
  • The spares used on the way will be chargeable. Backing vehicle – Xylo/Innova/tempo for mechanical and medical support.
  • In case of an emergency, if any rider is feeling uneasy then he can sit in it and the mechanic will ride the bike.
  • Only one rucksack/backpack of 60 liters will be adjusted as it will be having tools and spares too.
Optional Add-ons Amount
Knee Pads and Elbow Guards for entire tour package Rs.750/- Per Person
Riding Gloves for entire tour package Rs.500/- Per Person
Riding Jacket for entire tour package Rs.3,000/- Per Person
Combo Offer (Knee Pads + Elbow Gaurds + Riding Gloves + Riding Jacket) for entire package Knee Pads: Rs.750/- Riding Gloves: Rs.500/- Riding Jacket: Rs.3,000/- Total: Rs.4,250/- Discount: Rs.750/- Amount Payable: Rs.3,500/- Rs.3500/- Per Person
Bike Upgrades for Extra Day
350CC Royal Enfield without Fuel for Extra Day Rs.1500/- Per Bike/Per Day
500CC Royal Enfield without Fuel for Extra Day Rs.2,500/- Per Bike/Per Day
Royal Enfield Himalayan without Fuel for Extra Day Rs.3,000/- Per Bike/Per Day
Accommodation and Occupancy
Extra luggage, other than the allowed one 60 liters of rucksack/backpack Rs.500/- Per Bag/Per Day
Additional Accommodation for Extra Night in hotel on double or triple sharing basis Rs.2,000/- Per Person/Per Night
Upgrade to Double Occupancy supplement in hotel and camps for entire tour package Rs.7,500/- Per Person
Upgrade to Single Occupancy supplement in hotel and camps for entire tour package Rs.15,000/- Per Person

For Ground Package

  • Booking Amount: Rs.2,500/-
  • 46 Days or more before the Date of Travel: 25% of the Total Cost
  • 31 – 45 Days before date of departure: 50% of Total Cost
  • 15 – 30 Days before date of departure: 100% of Total Cost

Important: The booking stands liable to be canceled if 100% payment is not received less than 15 days before the Date of Travel. The received amount will be forfeited.

For Flight Tickets

  • 100% Amount of flight tickets at the time of flight booking.
  • Any rescheduling, cancellation, and refunds of flight tickets shall be as per respective airlines rules.

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 Credit Voucher.

  • Cancellation made within 30 to 15 Days from the Date of Travel – Credit Voucher worth 50% of Paid Amount
  • Cancellation made within 15 Days from the Date of Travel – No Refund on the Paid Amount

The applicable Credit Voucher will be sent to you on your registered email id within 7 to 10 working days from the date of Cancellation. Cancellation will only be accepted on Email at

  • The Credit Voucher shall be valid for one year from the Date of Cancellation.
  • The Credit Voucher can be redeemed against the equivalent or higher amount of the booked package amount.

In case of Lockdown or Covid Positive Report, Credit Voucher worth 100% of Received Amount with a validity of 1 year from the date of travel with be credited.

In case you are unable to travel as planned and need to reschedule your date of travel:

  • Before 15 Days from the Date of Travel – One-time Complementary.
  • Within 15 Days from the Date of Travel – The cost of rescheduling needs to be paid by the guest subject to amendment charges from hotels and transporters.
  • Rescheduling will only be accepted on Email at


Why is Spiti so famous?

Spiti Valley is most famous for breathtaking landscapes, the crystal clear skies, the highest mountain passes, thrilling adventure activities, Buddhist Monasteries and festivals.

What should you buy in Spiti Valley ?

The famous things to buy while shopping in Ladakh can be divided into three categories:

  • Everyday items: Apricot items, kitchenware, Kurtis, shawls, t-shirts, hats, Chhang (local alcoholic beverage)
  • Artefacts: Tibetan handicrafts like Buddha statues, singing bowls, choktse (carved wooden tables painted in colours), prayer wheels, pashmina wool products, carpets & rugs.
  • Souvenirs: Jewellery, baskets & bamboo baby cradles, beads, masks.

What is the minimum period needed to fully explore Leh Ladakh?

Based on our travel experts, a minimum of 9 to 10 days is good for covering all of the most popular places in Spiti Valley.

Can we bring children to our trip to Spiti Valley?

Yes, provided they are physically fit.

Will there be any briefing session before we start our tour?

Yes, there will be. You would be provided clear instructions on the do’s and don’ts for the complete trip.

Food in Spiti: 10 must-try local dishes and drinks

  • Momos
  • Thupka
  • Shyu
  • Chhutagi
  • Tingmo
  • Chhurpe (dried yak cheese)
  • Butter Tea
  • Chhang
  • Khambir
  • Apricot Jam

How long does it take to get adapted to weather in Spiti Valley?

Taking rest for a day or two to get yourself acclimatized is a piece of advice that is always recommended. Also, it is always suggested to avoid any strenuous activity during your initial days.

How can I pay for my travel?

You can make payment via UPI, bank transfer, or internet banking.

Should I visit Spiti Valley during winters?

For exploring the real beauty of Ladakh, it is advised to visit during winters. At the same time, as oxygen levels are low during winters, its generally not recommended to most of the people due to adaptability issues.

Are there any ATM’s in Spiti Valley? Or Do I need to survive on cash?

Do note that cards are not accepted at major places like petrol pumps, restaurants, etc. And during your travel, only a few ATMs can be found at some places like Manali, Srinagar, which again aren’t a guarantee. It is recommended to carry at least ₹20,000 in hand to fill in as a bunker if needed.

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