Trip Overview

One of the greatest adventure tours one can do to witness snowfall in the Himalayas during the winter is the Winter Spiti Expedition. The Winter Spiti Expedition takes place in the northeastern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, in a frigid desert alpine region high in the Himalayan Mountains. The word “Spiti” means “Middle Ground,” referring to the region that lies between Tibet and India.

Trip Map

Trip Itinerary

Our Winter Spiti Expedition will start from Delhi Volvo Bus Stand at Majnu Ka Tilla by evening. Shimla is almost 350 km away from Delhi and it will take 9 to 10 hours. Volvo will be in charge of your comfort concerns during the overnight journey. That is all for the firtst day in Winter Spiti Expedition.

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Reach Shimla by Morning. Check into the Hotel. After Breakfast, We will proceed for a half day excursion to Kufri (2500mts). Also, visit Indira Bungalow & the Himalayan Zoo (closed on Monday). By afternoon: Dropped off to Shimla Mall Road for own exploration. Overnight at Shimla.

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Today, Drive to Last Village of India Chitkul, as river Baspa will be at your right side. On the way you will pass through Rakcham village. The Indian road ends here. Chitkul is situated at 3450m height. Chitkul is the last Indian village on the India-China border and experience another beautiful valley.
According to the Centre of Atmospheric Sciences at IIT Delhi, Chitkul has the cleanest air in India. Overnight stay at Chitkul/Sangla.

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By Morning after Breakfast, we will start our journey to Tabo. The destination is around 210 Km from Chitkul/Sangla and would take almost 7 hours. En route, we will cross through Sumdo Border and Ka loops. Tabo is famous for its ancient monastery; this monastery is awarded with World Heritage site by UNESCO in this Winter Spiti Expedition. Visit the Oldest Monastery in Spiti Valley which is Tabo Monastery. Overnight stay at Kaza.

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Today, we will drive to Kaza, which is around 70 km away from Tabo. We will reach to Kaza by the afternoon. The old town is located on the outer edge of the city and the major attraction here is an ancient monastery in this Winter Spiti Expedition. Visit Hikkim, the location of the World’s Highest Post Office. Komic, the Highest village connected by a motorable road in Winter Spiti. Also, Visit Langza very famous for the Buddha Statue. Overnight at Kaza.


Today will be important day in this Winter Spiti Expedition, we will explore the magnificent beauty of Kaza. Visit The Key Monastery situated at 4166m in height, the most scenic monastery of Spiti Valley. Also visit the highest suspension bridge in Asia – The Chicham Bridge is quite an astounding spectacle at that. The bridge is at a staggering height of 13596 ft and connects the two villages named Chicham and Kibber. Look down this one and you will find yourself gaping below, at a 1000 ft deep gorge! Overnight at Kaza.


Today we will move back to Kalpa. Enroute visit Dhankar Monastery which is situated at a height of 3894m. Dhankar is the confluence of the Spiti River & Pin River. Reach Kalpa by evening. Overnight at Kalpa.

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By morning we will depart for Shimla. Reach Shimla by Evening. By evening board Vehicle & overnight journey to Delhi.

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The overnight journey will be in a Bus. The next day morning reaches Delhi. This is where the most amazing Winter Spiti Expedition comes to an end.

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Trip Dates

Trip Price

USD 1800 PP (Rider)

USD 1400 PP (Pillon)

Add on USD 420 for Single Sharing

Trip Details

What's Included
  • Personal Medicines, Sunscreen lotion, Lip balm, Glucose
  • Couple of water bottles
  • Chocolates, biscuits and nuts:
  • Other essentials: Paper soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb and toilet paper.
  • Full Face Helmet with Clear Visor
  • UV sunglasses
  • Gloves
  • Riding Jacket
  • Riding pants
  • Shoes
  • Raincoat
  • Jeans/pants
  • Shirts/t-shirts/sweatshirt
  • Sweater, Socks
  • Cap
  • Warm inner
  • Innerwear
  • Handkerchief/towels
  • Slippers
  • Chargers for all the gadgets, cameras and mobile
  • Spare camera batteries
  • Car charger or battery bank
  • 3 socket power strip
  • Enough memory cards to last you the entire trip
  • Torch
  • Driving License
  • Registration Certificate (We will provide you)
  • Medical Insurance Card
  • Secondary ID
  • Map and itinerary (We will provide you)

Important Information

E-Visa for India

An e-visa is required for travel to India. Online applications have simplified and made this process easier to use. By going to the E-VISA APPLICATION PROCESS, the official website, you can apply for your e-visa. The application procedure is simple. During your application process, you will be required to enter the address of an Indian company in order to receive your e-visa. This is among the details required to handle your visa application. For the application process to go smoothly, it’s critical that you have all the necessary information and supporting documentation ready before beginning. It’s recommended to take care of your e-visa application well in advance of your travel dates because it’s an important step in organizing your trip to India. In this manner, you can anticipate your trip without worrying about unforeseen circumstances.

Three different types of visas are available for visitors to India through the e-Tourist Visa system, each with a different duration and purpose. Here’s a quick rundown:

1. One-Month e-Tourist Visa: Both individual and group travelers can use this type of visa. It was made available to tourists in groups starting on October 15, 2021, and to individuals starting on November 15, 2021. The 30-day or one-month validity period of the visa permits two entries. It’s crucial to remember that this visa cannot be renewed or changed into another kind.

2. One Year e-Tourist Visa: This visa is issued electronically and is valid for 365 days, or one year, from the date of the ETA award. It allows for several entry into India. For people who want to visit India multiple times in a year without having to renew for a visa, this is the best option.

3. Five Year e-Tourist Visa: This is the ideal choice for people who want to travel for extended periods of time or make several trips over a number of years. Multiple entries are permitted, and it is valid for five years from the date of ETA grant. One significant requirement for holders of the one-year and five-year e-Tourist Visas is that they cannot spend more than 180 days in India overall in any given calendar year.

These visa alternatives give travelers flexibility based on their itinerary, which facilitates the exploration of India’s rich cultural and historical legacy.

Booking Process:

1. Make an Enquiry through Call, Email or WhatsApp.

2. Chose your appropriate trip and travel dates.

3. Share the required doucments (Valid Passport)

4. Make the initial payment as per your trip.

5. Get the confirmation over an email with a voucher.

Conditions for reservations and payments:

When making a reservation, deposit of the trips advance required. The remaining of the total cost must be made prior two weeks of the trips departure.


  • A. July to October is best time for Spiti valley Bike trip.
  • A. We provide Royal Enfield Himalayan Bikes for the Spiti Valley Bike Trip.
  • A. Yes, you have other options of bikes like Bajaj Avenger, Royal Enfield 350 & Royal Enfield 500 in Spiti Valley Bike Trip.
  • A. In the Spiti Valley Bike Trip, we provide all the required accessories like Riding Jacket, Helmets, Riding Gloves, Riding Guards, Cans for fuel, etc.
  • A. In the Spiti Valley Road Trip, we provide you best and perfect conditions of bike, with adding new bikes to our fleet every year.
  • A. Yes, the fuel is also included in the Spiti Valley Bike Trip cost.
  • A. During the time of Spiti Road Trip, 60% Roads are in good condition and in other 40% you can experience off road driving.
  • A. No, You do not need to carry any kit regarding bike repair. We will provide you mechanic and every tool you need during the Spiti Valley Bike Trip.
  • A. During Spiti Valley Bike Trip, we mostly provide you with Tempo Traveller / Tata Sumo / Mahindra Bolero as the backup vehicle.
  • A. There are 30-40 members are in one group during Spiti Valley Bike Trip.
  • A. Yes, You need to carry thermal wear because the weather of the Spiti Valley Bike Trip is very cold.
  • A. During the daytime, the temperature will be around 8° to 12° and during the night it will fall down to -10° in the Spiti Valley Bike Trip.
  • A. Anybody traveling 10,000 feet above sea level will find difficulty in breathing or is likely to fall prey to altitude sickness. It happens due to low levels of atmospheric oxygen. The biggest cause of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) is dehydration. People on the trip forget to drink enough water, they just keep on riding.

    To beat AMS, take the following steps:
    1. Drink lots and lots of water mixed with glucose.
    2. Take everything slow. Even little labor at high altitudes will leave you spent.
    3. Take one Diamox at Manali on the morning when you leave for Spiti Valley. Diamox takes one hour to start working.
    4. Don’t push too hard, take the trip slow. Ascent slowly, decent slowly.
    5. If you feel the symptoms creeping up, stop and take some rest. Don’t keep pushing.

  • A. We provide food for 2 times a day i.e. Breakfast and dinner during the Spiti Valley Bike Trip.
  • A. Carry an original ID card and a photograph.
Winter Spiti Expedition

Price $2300 $1800

$199 Booking Deposit

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