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New Delhi – Manali – Jibhi – Rampur – Sangla – Chitkul – Kalpa – Nako – Tabo – Kaza – Hiikkim – Komic -Langza – Chicham bridge
Area – New Delhi – Himachal Pradesh (Spiti and kinnaur)
Kilometer – 1200 approx
Duration – 11 Nights – 12 Days
Max Altitude – 15,500 ft
Trip start – New Delhi
Trip End – New Delhi
Best time – February End to April
Maximum Bike’s – 16
|Own Bike Own Fuel|
|Standard 500cc dual|
|Himalayan 411cc dual|
|Standard 500cc solo|
|Himalayan 411cc solo|
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All the participants have to reach Delhi by 03:00 Pm. In Delhi You have to reach at Rama Krishna Ashram Marg Metro station, Piller no 09. You have to reach at above address by yourself and from there our journey will start towards Manali and our Team will share all kind of contact details to reach easily at Volvo boarding point where our Volvo bus will be waiting for you. After riders Check-into the Volvo bus, we will start our overnight journey towards Manali. Overnight Travelling in Volvo bus.
Early morning we will reach Manali, from where you need to get to the hotel address and you’ll meet the team marshal who will brief you about the routes, rules, regulations, and about the riding skills in Himalayas and preparing for a thrilling journey to Spiti and Kinnaur. O/N Stay at Manali.
Manali to Rampur via Jalori (200km) From here you will start your journey fully geared up for Kinnaur. Starting early in the morning as you will be covering close to 200km in a day including a scenic stop at Jalori pass on the altitude of 10,000ft. You will reach Rampur(3350ft) around evening, where you can rest and recharge in your hotel after a long ride.
Rampur to Chitkul(120km) Your 4th day will take you to the remotes of our country and you will get to spend the night in the Last village of India , Chitkul(11,320ft) Covering 116 km from Rampur You will reach Chitkul by afternoon so you can roam around in the village, visit the local temples, taste local food and go till the last point of the border of India to feel the patriotic rush. Nights at Chitkul are bound to be cold even in summer so riders are advised to carry extra woolens other than the riding jackets.
Chitkul to Nako(150 km) After breakfast, you will start your journey to the end of Kinnaur to a yet again remote village called Nako. Due to its closeness to the Indo-China border, travellers are required to have an inner line permit (for foreigners) or a written entry at the checkpoint near sumdo to enter the region upon reaching Nako, you can spend your evening sitting by the Nako lake surrounded by willow and poplar trees or enjoy the stunning views of the village at around 12,000ft
A spectacular sunrise from Nako village will set a tone for your entry to Spiti valley. Day 6 journey will take you through the desert landscapes of Spiti. Your first stop will be Gue monastery where a 500year old Mummy of Monk Sangha Tenzin is established in sitting position, one of a kind in the world with it’s teeth and hair intact. After this brief introduction of History, then our next stop at Dhankar village which is famous for its 1000ft. high fort on cliff overshadowing confluence of Spiti & Pin rivers and 1000 year old Lha-O-pa Gompa or monastery . Your destination of the day would be the heart of the Spiti valley, Kaza(12,470ft). Modernized with time Kaza has become a center point of all civilized activity in Spiti so you can buy your souvenirs or taste local food here. You will be staying at Kaza for two nights.
Day 7 brings many milestones and ticks to the bucket list. You will start your day by visiting the famous Key monastery (13,500ft), said to be the oldest school of Monks in our country. After gathering up this bit of history, you will start for Chicham via Kibber village. Chicham (13,596ft), which is home to Asia’s highest bridge, will give you all the chills and thrills needed. Next you will be posting a postcard to your family & friends from World’s highest post office in Hikkim (14,567ft) and then we will go off to the highest motorable village in the World i.e. Komic. At Komic (15,500ft), in the highest restaurant in the world you can try out local delicacies and visit the Komic Monastery for a peek into the History on riding back to Kaza, you will cross Langza, where you will witness a gigantic Buddha statue residing with a backdrop of Chow Chow peak which is sure to take your breath away.
Early morning after breakfast now it’s time to say goodbye to remote Spiti valley and trace back your way to civilization. Riders would have to gear up early in the morning for a long journey to Kalpa in Kinnaur the mighty Kinner Kailash resides, Kalpa (9,711ft) This small hamlet in the corner of Kinnaur is famous for its views of Kailash in the backdrop and house of Kinnauri Apple , said to be the crunchiest apple in the World.
Kalpa to Jibhi (190 km) Tracing back from Kinnaur to Kullu, you will start early in the morning stopping near Rampur for Lunch, again crossing Jalori pass where the group will take a short break to relax and enjoy the 360° view of Himachal hopefully with a stunning sunset. Your destination of the day would be Jibhi (5,250ft) in Banjar valley, surrounded by pine forests and pristine waterfalls.
Jibhi to Manali (105 km) Following a laid back breakfast, you can roam around in the village, visit Jibhi waterfall or the temple of the local deity in the middle of a pine forest. You can also taste a variety of local food like Siddu or dham offered in various cafes & restaurants. After an eventful morning, you will start for your last destination, Manali. Upon reaching the hotel, You will handover your bike, riding jacket and gears to our team and check-in your hotel room. You can go for shopping for souvenirs or can sit & share your Spiti experience with our team and fellow riders
Manali to Delhi (531km) It’s time to say Goodbye to mountains, you will be transferred to Manali Volvo bus station by our team where you will take a pre-designated bus to Delhi ,taking a bag full of memories with you. You got Spitified 🤟
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The best time for White spiti Bike trip is from Feb-April – the trip has been especially arranged for winter to enjoy the snow covered roads and valley.
We at Golden Eagle Expedition Pvt Ltd have been more than happy to provide the trip of a lifetime to our riders. We are a locally based company in Leh itself. It’s our passion and our expertise, we know the trails and the towns inside and out, we have an experience of more than a decade.
We know the hoteliers and their rooms, restaurateurs and their menus. We don’t guide on any route we haven’t done many times before. Our expertise gives you a richer, more enjoyable experience, and we will make better use of your time.
We also provide Complementary Riding Gears for your safety.
Jio connections is available in most part of Spiti, if you have postpaid sim you can enjoy jio connections. Besides jio, Bsnl is also available.
Yes, we provide riding gears such as – Biker Jackets and Knee Guards. You won’t be charged for the riding gears as it is complimentary in the packages.
One always needs to be prepared for the cold as even if its summers, while crossing the passes the temperature drops drastically and it’s usually going to be very windy. Cross checking of all the essential items is important. Most importantly, carry woolen clothing, extra pair of socks and shoes.