SPITI VALLEY BIKE TOUR
Spiti Valley, with an average height of 12,500 feet above sea level, is a desert mountain which lies nestled between India and Tibet. With clear shinning blue skies, snow-capped mountains piercing up and turquoise green streams as your companions, this 10 day Spiti Valley and Kinnaur round trip on the Hindustan-Tibet highway and the Manali – Kaza highway is by far the most unforgettable drives you’ll take in your life.
Starting in Chandigarh and ending in Manali, this 7 day Spiti Valley tour is designed for travelers looking for an authentic and comprehensive Spiti Valley holiday. Shared by a small group of co-travelers, this Spiti Valley tour goes through the lush green valleys of Kinnaur and, into the brown Badlands of Spiti Valley and descends into Manali.
Come travel with us – the most experienced local Spiti Valley tour operator, and explore the native culture, food and thousand-year-old heritage by interacting with the effervescent, warm, and extremely gregarious locals.
> Travel by a Motorcycle – Royal Enfield Bullet.
> Drive through both roads to Spiti Valley – Shimla – Kaza Highway and Kaza – Manali Highway to get the best of Spiti Valley
> Camp in Chandratal Lake in comfortable and well-equipped fixed Tents and gaze at the Milky Way and the millions of stars above
> Visit the 1000 year old UNESCO World Heritage Site – Tabo Monastery and the Key Monastery
> Visit Asia’s Highest Himalayan Villages – Komik and Kibber
Book this fixed shared seven daySpiti Valley Motorcycle tour with Mornis – The only local Spiti Valley tour operator to be certified by Lonely Planet.
> Best Local Prices. No Middleman. No extra commissions.
Women safety: Our handpicked and trained staff is sensitized about women safety. All single women get an independent tent on treks.
> 24/7 on-ground personal, phone and online support before and during your holiday.
> Highly knowledgeable, adept, trustworthy English- speaking local guides and drivers
> Delicious multi-cuisine food cooked fresh on treks. Try healthy local cuisines at homestays.
> State-of-the-art trek and camping equipment wherever required to ensure your warmth and comfort.
> We care for you: Medical kits are included.
We care for Spiti: Your money is ploughed back into the development of the local community.
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) can occur to anyone at an altitude above 10,000 feet – which is the average elevation of Spiti Valley. Common symptoms of AMS are headache, disturbed sleep, loss of appetite, nausea, coughing, irregular breathing, breathlessness, lack of energy, difficulty in passing urine, lack of concentration and chest gurgles.
The experienced staff of Spiti Holiday Adventure has been well trained to handle travellers who suffer from AMS. Painkillers and extra fluids can usually reduce the discomfort of altitude sickness but if a traveller ever shows persistent symptoms, we always descend to a more comfortable altitude to be safe.
To avoid AMS, it’s extremely important to acclimatize well to the conditions and the altitude. Once you reach Spiti Valley, it is advisable to take complete rest for a day before commending any physical excursion. AMS can be alleviated or avoided by slowing the pace of ascent. It is for this reason that we usually recommend a minimum of seven days for a tour of Spiti valley. This gives the body plenty of time to adapt to the increasing altitude.
You could choose to pack the following items which will come handy when you go on your Spiti Valley Tour:
1) Windproof Jackets (heavy/feather if you are coming before June and after October)
3) Warmers/ThermalsRead more
4) Woolen caps, mufflers, gloves and socks
5) Raincoat (not necessary – but good to have one)
6) Waterproof/snow-proof trekking shoes
7) An extra pair of shoes
8) Sleeping bag (if you are trekking on your own)
10) Personal Medicines
11) Water bottle
12) A flashlight
13) Solar chargers/Power banks
14) Lip guard
17) Inhalers (if you suffer from asthma)
18) BSNL Prepaid/Postpaid SIM Card
If you are buying new shoes for your Spiti Valley Tour, please remember to use them for at least a month before you commence your holiday.
DAY 1: Chandigarh – Rampur – Hotel/Guest House.
DAY 2: Rampur – Sangla. (110kms)
DAY 3: Sangla – Nako, (130km)
DAY 4: Nako – Tabo (65km), Tabo – Dhankar – Dhankar Lake Trek – Lhalung. (30kms)Read more
Dhankar – Kaza – Key Monastery. (60kms), Stay
DAY 5: Kaza – Hikkim (15km)- Komik (3kms) – Kibber (19kms)
Kaza – Kunzom Pass – Batal (total 105km)
Stay@ Chandertal Camp (Moon Lake).
DAY 6:Chandertal Camp/ Battal – Kunzom Pass – Rohtang Pass –
DAY 7: Manali – Chandigarh (310km)