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Spiti valley
9 days 8 Nights Leh 1712 Km
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The word Spiti means, “at the middle of”. Spiti valley is being known as the land between Tibet and India. Spiti valley is a cold desert area, you will hardly get any green tree in the valley.
The valley remain separated from rest of the world for about 8 months of the year due to heavy snowfall, which makes the valley more special Temperature goes till -20 to -35 derees during winters.
Mountain pass Kunzum La – 15090 feet and Spiti River 13054 feet are the two best destinations apart from the Key Monester. Valley also contains the highest village connected to any motorable road- Komic and also the highest post office of the world in Hikkim.
A deadly rope way which goes to the village Chiccham is a kind of free deadly adventure for those who keep the guts.

Day 1 Delhi to Narkanda - 420 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 8,892ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Black tarmac road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy Moderate Difficult We will start from India Gate delhi. As the Ride is going to be long, so we will start early at 05:00 AM. We will pass through the Chandighar-Shimla-Kufri enroute Narkanda. Narkanda is at 8599 Feet above sea level and is famous for Himalayan Tibet Road, NH22 and the best quality Apples.
Day 2 Narkanda to Chitkul - 210km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 9,711 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Tarmac and Off road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy Moderate Difficult Exploring the Narkanda on our Machines we will head towards Kinnaur Valley, Chitkul. Chitkul is the last inhabited place towards the Indo Tibetan border. After one crosses over the 5,242 m high Charang Pass, it is a long and steep run down through slithery scree slopes to Chitkul(3,450m). The Sangla Valley is a delight for nature lovers; especially the stretch after Raksham and right up to Chitkul. The valley is extremely beautiful, on the left bank of the Baspa River are snow-clad mountains and on the right bank the whole terrain is full of apple orchids and wooden houses.
Day 3 Chitkul to Kalpa - 150km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 10,760 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mostly Offroad DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Difficult This day on our Machines we will head towards Kalpa via Reckong Peo. Reckong Peo is a small town which is just above the River Satluj, we will also ride with the River Satluj, enroute Kalpa. Stay at hotels. Many temples of Kalpa are famous, as they are dedicated to both Hindu and Buddhist. The view from Kalpa is beautiful with an observer getting the feeling that he is sitting in the lap of the mountains with the entire range of peaks being visible
Day 4 Kalpa to Nako - 150 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 12,470 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Tarmac and Off road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate This day we will pass through the “world’s most tracherous road”, it will be a bit off-road ride. Along the way to Nako we will pass the famous Kazig Loops. 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 call of our day at Nako and relax in our Guest House/Camp.
Day 5 Nako to Kaza - 111 Km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 15,050 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Off Road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate This day we will leave for Kaza. On the way we will take a stop at Tabo village. After exploring Tabo we will head for Kaza. Kaza is the District Headquarter of Spiti valley. Stays will be at Key Monastery; we will get the chance to understand the Buddhist culture, their daily schedule, their food and much more.
Day 6 Kaza Rest Day
This will be a rest day, we will refill our Machines and will get some cash from the ATMs, as there is no petrol or ATMs after Rekong Peo. We will also explore the village, Komic, Langza and Hikkim. The highest post office is also there in Hikkim.
Day 7 Kaza to Chandratal - 126 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 15,060 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Mostly Off road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Difficult This day, we will leave early as we will be Crossing the highest mountain pass of the valley; Kunzum La which is 15059 feet. The roads over there are bit off road and also got couple of water crossings en-route Chandratal. We will reach chandratal by afternoon so that we will explore the chandratal lake completely, which also includes a small trek after parking our Machines. After exploring Chandratal, we will come back to our tents.
Day 8 Chandratal to Manali - 126 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 13,058 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Off Road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Difficult Gramphu This is going to the toughest ride of our Trip, from Bathal till G This is going to the toughest ride of our Trip, from Bathal till is going to take your test as a Rider, but as it is said life starts after your comfort zone, we will explore another Mountain Pass- Rohtang La which is again 4600 Meter. We will reach Manali by evening, stay at hotels.
Day 9 Manali to Delhi - 550 km
HIGHEST ALTITUDE: 6.726 ft ROAD CONDITIONS: Black Tarmac road DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy As it is going to a ride of around 600 km, and everyone will be waithing to share their amazing memories and stories, we will leave for Delhi early in the morning by 06:00 AM. We will end up our ride by evening, as an Story Teller, with lots of happy memories and stories.

Guesthouses/Hotels on Triple Sharing Basis
Tents on Double or Triple Sharing Basis


Breakfast, Dinner on all days (Veg Meals)
Coffee/Tea twice on all days

Other Inclusion
  • Tents where the camping will be done
  • Meals and beverages as described in the meal details
  • Road Captains with experience in riding in high altitudes and Himalayas
  • Royal Enfield trained specialist mechanic
  • First aid and group health medical kits
  • Back Up Vehicle to carry central equipment
Things To Carry
  • Vehicle registration certificate.
  • Pollution under control certificate
  • Insurance of vehicle
  • Driving License.
  • Voter ID card/ Aadhar Card/ Passport.
  • Passport size photographs (4)
  • Emergency contact details.
  • Riding Gear for the riders. (Gloves, jackets, boots, strap, helmets, bungee cords, guards)
  • Spare Parts if needed to be replaced while on ride (Riders can carry their own spare parts)
Terms & Condition
Terms and Conditions for tours as per the organizing vendors. The refund and cancellation policy will be explained in detail by the vendors. Advisory information will be provided before the commencement of the tour. For any further queries, you can contact Wheelstreet or the vendors.
  • Wear Riding shoes till your ankles
  • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes are different from plain areas. Take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
  • Avoid wearing tight-fitted clothes as they might hinder with your movement during the ride.
  • Wear a double layered socks to avoid dust, mud and infections during the trek
  • Wear proper protective headgear that fits perfectly along with eyewear and mouth protection wear to avoid the glare of the sun, dust and wind.
  • Avoid using earphones, as you might not be able to follow up the instructions from the road captains.
  • Consumption of alcohol/drugs during the bike ride is strictly prohibited
  • The ride takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not litter the local sites or campsites.
  • If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of tour fee will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of tour fee 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 road captains www.tantraadventurez.com will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.
  • Booking will be based on First come First serve.
  • 25% of the tour fee would be required at the time of booking.
  • Remaining 75% deposit would be required 60 days prior to trip start day.