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From Jammu and Kashmir in the North West to Sikkim in the North East, the Himalayas form an inevitable part of the beauty and ambiance of India, a reflection of her very soul– tall, strong and unrelenting. The arid semi desert of Spiti valley lies on the northern flank of the Great Himalayas, and is geographically very like Ladakh, which is why it is usually ignored by travellers. But if you visit this beautiful kingdom of the skies you will curse yourself for ignoring it forever. At an elevation of 12,500 feet, Spiti is the wild and untamed valley of the clouds, with the Himalayas guarding it like a mother; it is where the skies speak, and the mountains echo, and the poppies and the edelweiss bloom. Royal Indulge in the Expedition. Spiti Valley Royal Enfield Tour Let you experience the core of Motorbiking.

Itinerary

Day 01: Manali Local Discovery

Indulge yourself in the local discovery and find the hidden gems of this enchanting Himalayan town. Visit Haddimba Devi Temple, perhaps the one and only shrine in the whole of India where the main deity is not a goddess in the real sense of the term, but a ‘Rakshasi’ or a female demon. Short visit to Vashisht Rishi Temple dedicated to sage Vashisht and houses a natural hot spring with therapeutic properties, the local Tibetan monastery and captivating Solang valley.

Day 02: Manali to Chadrataal

After breakfast, start your biking journey from Manali to Chandrataal, over Kothi, Beas Nalla, Marhi, Rohtang Pass(3980m), Himalayan hamlets, Chhatru, Batal a high-altitude lake in the Himalayas.
The Chandrataal Lake is located on Samudra Tapu plateau of Spiti valley and is listed among the high-altitude lakes falling in the Himalayan region. The Chandrataal Lake is the source of the Chandra River which is a major tributary of Chenab River. You can spend the day relaxing here or hiking around the lake. 

 

Day 03: Chandrataal to Kaza

Have fresh breakfast and accelerate towards Kaza district headquarters and transport hub of Spiti. Kaza serves as the place to base yourself for your explorations of Spiti. Situated along the Spiti River at an elevation of 3,650 metres (11,980 ft.) above mean sea level, Kaza is the largest township and commercial centre of the valley. Its high altitude cold deserts have close similarities to the neighbouring Tibet and Ladakh regions in terms of terrain, climate and the Buddhist culture.

Day 04: Ride around Kaza (Key Monastry and Khibber Village)

Ride around Kaza. Start your journey by visiting Key Monastery, it is the largest monastery in the Spiti Valley and was established in the 11th century BC. The monastery treasures ancient Buddhist scrolls and paintings and is home to the largest number of Buddhist monks and nuns. Then to the north, visit Khibber village(4500m) which is the supposedly the highest Village in Asia. Its mere geography turns an avid traveler into a hard-core Himalayan enthusiast. Khibber is a sheer phenomenon.

Day 5: Kaza to Pin Valley National Park

After breakfast, ride to Pin Valley National Park. The snow laden virgin reaches and slopes set against the backdrop of awe inspiring icy mountain range, a region of hills, cliffs and mountain fissures dispersed with grassy lower slopes harbours rarest of the species in animal kingdom. Snowed in for a good part of the year a trek to this fascinating wildlife habitat should be attempted once in a lifetime. The perennial streams, springs and glaciers along with rich high altitude wild habitat make Pin Valley national park a hot shot destination for spirited adventure travellers. It was established in 1987 by Government of India to prevent the further degradation of high altitude deserts in India.

Pin valley arises from the glaciers of Pin-Parvati pass and is located at a height of 4802 m. It further flows down to meet Spiti, a large tributary of Sutlej at Lingti Village lower in the valley. Pin Parahio and Khamengar are major rivers that flow through the park. At most 400 species of plants have been recorded in Pin valley which is largely devoid of vegetation. Best known for its Siberian Ibex and rare snow leopard it also harbours several interesting wild animals. Tibetan wolf Canis Lupus, the Tibetan gazelle, Royale’s pika, Himalayan brown fox and the Himalayan blue sheep are some of the endangered species that can have encountered here. Several rare species of Birds can also be spotted here.

 

Day 6: Pin Valley National Park to Tabo Village to Dhankar Gompa

Ride to Tabo Village. Tabo is an ancient village situated on the left bank of river Spiti. The village is home to one of the most important Buddhist monasteries regarded as next to the Tholing Gompa in Tibet. The monastery has been declared a protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India and is called the Ajanta of the Himalayas. There are meditation caves adjacent to the premises, which mark the border of the town. 4 stupas, 9 temples, dormitory and classrooms make up the premises of the Tabo Monastery. Unique paintings form a significant part of the monasteries’ interiors. The monastery sees a lot of footfall from local people and tourists. 

Your next attraction on the stop is the small settlement of Dhankar Gompa which is calm and runs at its own pace like an ordinary hamlet. Strings closely knit to its nomenclature, the village of Dhankar Gompa complex is set on 1000-foot-high spur. The spectacular setup is away from the worldly echoes and noisy materialistic trumpets that we see in the bigger cities. Resting high over the valley, this is an exquisite norm of Spiti’s traditional architectural skills. With a tradition, Tibetan pattern enriching its beauty, it is a fort monastery with bright colourful flags adding to the richest charm. There are small houses with roofs covered by the layers of dry twigs and woods. There is a broad road which goes to the monastery from the new monastery towards the upper side of the village. Road is marginal and full of crag. One must exercise extra caution while climbing on that cliff. From the top of the hill that extends above the village, Dhankar looks like a bowl-shaped structure in the hills. It seems like almost all the old Dhankar houses emerged straight from the mountains with their main wall on the back being merged on the hills. This is a specialty of Dhankar houses and from wide angle or from distance provides spectacular views.

Day 7: Tabo to Nako village

After breakfast, we ride to Nako village crossing Sumdo village. Cosily fitted with the village of Nako is the sacred picturesque Nako lake in the eastern Himachal Pradesh, India. The lake remains frozen during the winters and is at a 3 minutes walking distance from the village. Adding to the beauty of the lake are the snow-crowned Himalayas. Lying in a rain-shadow region, the lake is encompassed by a stone path of about 75 m radius which offers a breath-taking walk for nature lovers. This lake is levelled at a height of 3662m (12,014 ft.) above sea level. We leave Spiti and enter the Kinnaur region of Himachal Pradesh.
Due to its remote location topped with limited tourist infrastructure, the Nako Lake is a rarely-visited but rewarding destination. The fauna of the lake includes a few species of fishes that populate at such a great height in the lake and numerous species of overhead flying birds. People enjoy skating on this lake when it freezes in the winter.

Day 8: Nako Village to Kalpa

The most impressive of all the terrestrial manifestation of God, Kalpa kindle to the religious consciousness standing like a devout worshipper waiting to be blessed. The river hurtling through deep gorges, the winding mountain bordered by chilgoza forests and the serenity of this sleepy hamlet provides the most stunning pleasure retreat to a traveller. Perched on the hilltop overlooking the Kinner Kailasa (the abode of God Shiva) and fed by Sutlej river Kalpa is a part of Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. The massive snow clad scene dominated by Kinner kailash provides Kalpa a regal dignity. These mountains display a grand theatre for spectacular sights early morning as the rising sun touches the snowy peaks with crimson and golden light. The evenings are equally mesmerizing and romantic. Coupled with fruit laden orchards of Apples, apricots, pears and flower bedecked meadows it is a traveller’s paradise nowhere to be found in India. The traditional architecture steeped in time showcases an exemplary example of the local craftsmanship.

Day 9: Kalpa to Sangla Valley

Day 9: Ride through the beautiful and remote region of Baspa valley following the immense Sutlej River, before arriving at Sangla Valley. Check into the hotel at Sangla Valley and simply relax. If a landscape had the powers of casting spells, then the Sangla valley would be an extraordinary magician. Once seen, it is a place that can never be forgotten. Even the rushing waters of the Baspa river, that flow through its 95km length, seem to absorb some of the magic and slows down to savour its snow-frame beauty.
You can simply wish to relax yourself at the hotel or go for a local discovery to Kamru fort at 2km or to Chitkul village at the Indo-China Border.

Day 10: Sangla Valley to Rampur

Ride towards Rampur and enter Shimla District. Overnight at Rampur.

Day 11: Rampur to Kullu Manali

We enter the Kullu District crossing Jalori Pass, Shoja and Banjar. Jalori pass join Shimla to Kullu valley. Shoja is a breathtakingly beautiful Himalayan hamlet. The mornings in Shoja are particularly invigorating. One can just stroll around, walk up to the meadows or perhaps take the pathway into the jungle. Nature lovers can enjoy thick wooded hill slopes starting from bottom as far down or up or sideways or deep as one can look. Reach Manali by evening and depart for Delhi.

Inclusion

  • Accommodation in Guest house/hotel in Manali/Jispa & Leh on MAP (breakfast & dinner) 
  • Accommodation in Fixed Tented Camps at Sarchu, Tsokar Lake,Nubra valley on MAP (breakfast & dinner)
  • MAP basis (Room+Breakfast+Dinner.) Breakfast will start on 2nd day And Dinner will start from day one. 
  • One support/ back-up vehicle (Mahindra Bolero camper) throughout the bike tour.
    350 CC Royal Enfield bike with fuel & helmet as per the itinerary.(Dual Rider)
  • Fuel for the journey.
  • One bike mechanic through the biking tour with spare parts.
  • Tour Guide & Entrances to place of visit & Restricted Area Permit and wildlife fee for Nubra valley & Pangong Lake.
  • First aid kit entire tour
  • One time Bonfire during camping(based on permit and availability of wood)
  • One Helmet + Go Pro Camera for Bike leader to shoot video and pictures of the entire tour.
  • A tempo traveller Vehicle for day tour to Pangong Lake.
  • Delhi-Manali-Delhi Volvo Bus tickets
  • ATV ride free in Solang Valley or Nubra Depending on Travellers Wish.
  • Service Tax of 9 % as per updated regulations

Exclusion

  • Any airfare & train fare apart from mentioned above in inclusion.
  • Travel & medical insurance.
  • Any rescue service expenses.
  • Accompanied paramedic/ doctor.
  • Main meal (lunch) throughout the tour.
  • Any personnel expenses like, biking gears (optional), drinks, bar & beverages, laundry, telephone, tips, donations, video camera fees, room service, and anything which is not included in the above.

Cancellation Policy

  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of booking value will be charged as cancellation fees.
  •  In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However, no refund will be provided for the same