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  • 11 Days / 12 Nights
  • DIWALI and DEV DIWALI in ONE and the DIVERSITY OF INDIA

Route: DELHI-MANALI-MARHI-JISPA-SPITI-KIBBER-CHITKUL-SHIMLA-CHANDIGARH-DELHI

Date: You choose (between April and September)

Note: This itinerary is fully customizable as per your wish.

For a person who loves adventure and sport, riding a Royal Enfield Motorbike has always been a pleasure. Mountain biking is like climbing a mountain using a bike. If you are looking for the excitement of challenging climbs then it is present in our very own Ladakh Biking Tour. The Ladakh Biking Tour will start from Manali and will end in Shimla and will take almost 12 days to complete.

Located in Himachal Pradesh, Lahaul and Spiti is a vast district that shares its international borders with Tibet. These places are rich in scenery, mountains, rivers, monasteries, valleys, ancient royal structures, glaciers, pastures and forests. All of this and the slow-paced, adventurous peaks attract keen bikers from all over the world. Opt for our well planned 11 day Lahaul Spiti Motorcycle Tour. Experience adventure and thrills along with immense natural beauty.

Enjoy a ride on your bike past the deep valleys and high mountain ranges that will leave you in awe. You can also ride right into the hidden towns and villages of the interior. During this Lahaul and Spiti bike tour you will visit some of the most famous monasteries in the region. The places and attractions you will see are Shimla, Tabo, Kaza, Ki Kibber, Chander Tal, Keylong and Manali.

Royal Enfield Classic 350:

Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Classic 500 are models of Royal Enfield motorcycles in production since 2009. The Classic range of Royal Enfield motorcycles is inspired by the Royal Enfield G2 350cc Bullet motorcycle, which was first produced in 1948.

In 1955, the Redditch-based company partnered with Madras Motors in India to form ‘Enfield India’ to assemble the 350cc Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle under licence in Madras (now Chennai). The tooling was sold to Enfield India to manufacture components. By 1962 all components were made in India.

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  • ITB-Highlights:* Visit famous temples and ancient forts.
  • * Pay a visit to famous monasteries.
  • * Sightseeing in Ki Kibber.
  • * Night Stay on the banks of the scenic Chandra Tal.
  • * Enjoy scenic views while bike riding.
  • * Bike Ride on the high-altitude Rohtang Pass.
  • * Experience the colorful everyday life of India on rickshaw rides and market visits
  • * Visiting a village school during the trip
  • * And little surprise programmes throughout the trip
  • Included in the Price:
    • Accommodation in double rooms on twin sharing basis
    • Bike Rent
    • American/Continental breakfast throughout the tour.
    • Fullboard during the bike trip
    • Services of qualified local guides (English speaking or languages of your choice) throughout the tour.
    • For groups of 10 or more, the group will be accompanied by ITB Tour Escort.
    • All entrance fees to monuments during the sightseeing as mentioned above
    • All transfers on arrival and departure by ITB representative.
    • All transfers and sightseeing during the tour by air-conditioned car with driver.
    • For groups an individual air-conditioned bus will be provided.
  • Not included in the price:
    • All personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills and beverages.
    • Camera fees (still or film).
    • Any airfare.
    • Unspecified meals etc.
    • Anything not mentioned under inclusions.

Tour Plan

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Day 1: International flight to Delhi

Arrive Delhi, meeting and assistance upon arrival, transfer to hotel. Overnight.
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Day 02: New Delhi

In the morning we have a sightseeing tour of Old Delhi. The sightseeing of Old Delhi includes the "Rajghat" and the "Jama Masjid", the great mosque of Old Delhi. Today we also have a visit to the famous "Humayun Tomb" which is the first substantial example of Mughal architecture in India. We also visit the Qutub Minar, which is 71 metres high and has five storeys. Construction of this tower began in 1199. It was intended to be the most glorious victory tower in the world. Before returning to the hotel, we will take a tour of New Delhi. We will visit India Gate, government buildings and embassies.
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Day 03: New Delhi – Manali

Drive to Manali in the morning after breakfast. On arrival you will be met by an ITB representative and transferred to your hotel. Manali is situated on the National Highway to Leh, near the end of the valley. The scenery here is breathtaking. There are spectacular views of snow-capped peaks and forested slopes. The Beas river rushes along its rocky course amidst grassy meadows carpeted with wild flowers, and wagtails hop from rock to rock along the banks of the river. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, small fields and orchards. A favourite stop for trekkers to various regions of the Kashmir valley, it is an excellent place for a holiday. It is also known as the 'Switzerland of India'. In the evening we will go sightseeing in Manali. Visit Hadimba Devi temple, Vashisht hot spring, Naggar castle and Arjun cave.
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Day 04: Manali - Marrhi (36 kms)

Today is the start of our mountain bike ride from Manali to Marrhi.

After breakfast, the morning is scheduled for getting introduced to your Royal Enfield 350cc Motorcycle and the road Captain who makes you aware of all the driving rules in India. Now begin your motorbike ride to Sarahan, a beautiful serene hamlet.

From Manali we will be on the way to the Rallah falls by bike. At Kothi, we will have lunch. Then we cycle towards Marrhi. We reach Marrhi in the evening. Spend the night in Marrhi.
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Day 05. Marrhi - Rohtang Pass – Jispa (93 km)

We leave Marrhi in the morning after breakfast. From Marrhi we cycle towards Gondla. We will also cross the Rohtang Pass, which is situated at an altitude of 3980m. The Rohtang Pass is an adventurer's dream destination, situated at an altitude of about 4000m, this pass is the gateway to the Lahual region from Manali. A trek to and beyond the pass makes a trekker's dream come true. In the lush green meadows we find some stud farmers and their beautiful animals grazing. We will have our lunch in Gondla. Then we cycle via Keylong to Jispa. Arrive in Jispa in the evening. We spend the night in Jispa.
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Day 06: Jispa - Kunzam Pass – Spiti

In the morning after breakfast, we leave Jispa. We then gear up to cycle 50km uphill to cross the famous Kunzam Pass (4551m). Kunzam provides the main access to the Lahaul valley through the great Kunzam range. The lofty Shigri glacier can be seen in all its glory. The panorama from the top of the pass is thrilling and inspiring. There is a temple dedicated to Kali, known as Kunzam Devi. Rahul was the son of Buddha and the name Lahaul is derived from Rahul. After visiting the temple, we cycle into the Spiti Valley, home to some of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in the world. Spiti is a sub-division of Lahaul and Spiti district with its headquarters at Kaza. It is called "Little Tibet" because it has almost the same terrain, vegetation & climate. Spiti also means 'middle land'. It is situated between Tibet, Ladakh, Kinnaur, Lahaul & Kulu. The Spiti River flows fast through deep gorges at some places. The valley is not wide but there are villages and some fields. By the evening we will arrive in Spiti. We will spend night in Spiti.
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Day 07: Spiti – Kibber

Today we leave Spiti after breakfast. We then gear up for the climb and cross the village of Kibber, the highest village in the valley. There are a large number of Gompas in this valley but it also has some important and famous monasteries. We will visit these monasteries like Kye Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Tabo Monastery. Kye Monastery is the oldest and largest monastery of the valley and is situated at a height of 4116 m above Kye village. It houses beautiful scriptures and paintings of Buddha and other goddesses. Dhankar Monastery is situated in Dhankar village, which was once the capital of the Spiti kingdom. This monastery has about 100 lamas and has some Buddhist scriptures in Bhoti language. The main figure is a statue of "Vairochana" (Dhayan Budha) consisting of 4 complete figures sitting back to back. It has relics in the form of paintings and sculptures. Tabo Monastery belongs to the tenth century. It is a famous gompa next to Tholing Gompa in Tibet. It has about 60 lamas and a large collection of scriptures, wall paintings etc. The murals of this gompa are very similar to the Ajanta paintings. Evening at leisure.
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Day 08: Kibber - Sangla – Chitkul

After breakfast we leave Kibber village and cycle uphill towards the Sangla valley. It is a picturesque ride on winding mountain roads. The topography changes constantly - coniferous forests, terraced fields, huts perched precariously on distant ridges, the Sutlej river roaring through the valley. Then we get our first glimpse of snow-capped Himalayan peaks as we approach Karcham, about 18km from Sangla Valley. Sangla Valley is located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh in the northern Himalayas of India. From Sangla Valley we drive to Chitkul.
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Day 09: Chitkul – Shimla

Today we will leave Chitkul after breakfast. We will cycle uphill towards Shimla. Here in Shimla our cycle tour ends. The British called Shimla the "Queen of hill stations". Shimla is located in the northwestern Himalayas. It was the summer capital of India before independence. It is now the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla takes its name from "Shyamala", the goddess Kali, whose temple stood in the dense forest that covered Jakhu Hill in the early 19th century. It is one of the most popular and largest hill stations in India due to its well-developed facilities, easy accessibility and numerous attractions. There are several places like The Mall, Christ Church, Jakhu Hill, Shimla State Museum etc. in and around Shimla. We will visit these places. Evening free to visit the local market.
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Day 10: Shimla – Chandigarh by historical railways Kalka-Shimla Himaylan Queen

We will return our Motorbike today and leave Shimla after breakfast for Chandigarh by train. From Kalka transfer to Chandigarh. Chandigarh is known as the modern city of India. Evening at leisure.
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Day 11: Chandigarh - New Delhi

A short sightseeing in the morning after breakfast. Catch the train Shatabdi Express to Delhi. Evening is at your leisure to do some last-minute shopping or enjoy a massage at the hotel. After dinner we leave the hotel and transfer to the airport.

Overnight stay is required if your flight is on the next day.

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