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Bike Expedition to Spiti Valley

Bike Expedition to Spiti Valley

Biking - On the Wheelz!

Duration: 11 Days/10 Nights | Price (Per Person*): Call for Price

Spiti Valley – The Middle Land is the cold desert mountain valley situated in the north-eastern part of the Himachal Pradesh. Spiti means middle land i.e, Land between India and Tibet.

The road trip to spiti covers more than 1000kms on NH-22 (Old Hindustan – Tibet Highway) that’s termed as one of the World’s Deadliest Road. This journey is through the rugged terrain, but finally makes up to the gorgeous landscape along the way and some breathtaking views of the valley.

Its snow capped peaks, tranquil lakes, friendly & hospitable people continue to entice the travellers. 

Travel361° invites passionate travellers to the thrilling Bike Expedition to the magical and rugged land of Spiti.  


June 2018


Day 1 : Mumbai to Chandigarh

Reach Chandigarh. Collect Bikes. Overnight stay at Chandigarh.

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Only Dinner)

Day 2:  Chandigarh to Narkand  (173 Kms)

The adventure begins on NH-22 (Hindustan-Tibet Highway). Narkanda is located around 65km from Shimla in Shivalik range. Its first stopover of our journey.

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 3: Narkand to Chitkul (184 Kms)

Journey begins early in the morning. Spend some time enjoying vistas enroute. Its 8-9 hrs of beautiful ride through Kinnaur Valley.  Overnight Stay  at Chitkul- The last inhabited village on Indo Tibetian border.

Accommodation:  Hotel/tents

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 4: Chitkul  to Nako (150 Kms)

Ride back from Chitkul to Sangla and continue journey towards Nako.Check Out Khab, Confluence of Spiti and Satluj Rivers.   See the Leo Purygal Peak from Khab Bridge.

Accommodation:  Hotel/tents

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 5: Nako to Mud (128 Kms)

The day starts early.  Enjoy the magnificent vistas all day. Traverse the Pin Valley. Overnight Stay at Mud Village.

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 6: Mud to Kaza (50 Kms)

Short ride to headquarters of District Spiti-Kaza. Have lunch and check into the hotel. In second half visit ki monestry and kibber on a lonely drive. Return back to Kaza.

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 7: Kaza-Hikkim-Komik (50 Kms)

This is less travelled road near Kaza. Visit Buddha Statue near Langza and Tanggyud Monastery at Komik – The highest village connected by motorable road. Return back to kaza.

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 8: Kaza to Chandratal (90 Kms)

Visit chandratal Lake via Kunzhum La and enjoy the day there.

Camping at Chandratal.

Accommodation:  Tents

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 9: Chandratal to Manali (125 Kms)

Head towards Manali via Rohtang La.  Drive through Battal – Chattru – Gramphu towards Rohtang Pass is out of the world

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 10: Manali to Chandigarh (320 Kms)

It’s the last stretch of thrilling bike expedition.

Reach chandigarh.

Accommodation:  Hotel

(Breakfast + Dinner)

Day 11:Back to home town

Bikes to be returned. Fly back to your home town with memories to cherish for rest of your life.


1)     Accommodation of the participants on double Sharing Basis

2)     Travel361° Expertise Charges

3)     All Necessary Taxes

4)     All Meals as suggested in above itinerary

5)     Charge for All inner line permits.

6)     Expert Mechanic & Safety Vehicle which will also be carrying the luggage during the trip.


1)     Travelling expenses for participants up to Chandigarh and back.

2)     Bike transportation from Mumbai to Chandigarh & back to Mumbai

3)     Fuel expense for the bikes.

4)     During the trip repairing / replacement charges of any Bike part due to damage has to be incurred by participants only.

5)     All personal expenses made by participants

6)     Cold Drinks/Deserts cost will not be included in meal

7)     Any Medical / Rescue evacuations due to Mishaps.

8)     Mineral Water, Soft / Hard Drinks, Starters etc.

9)     Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.

10)  Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, roadblocks etc (to be borne by the clients directly on the sport.) 

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