Departure Date: june 15, july 1, july 15, august 1 august 15 september 1, september 15

Duration: 9 days

Rajsthan Motorbike Tour

Place for an adventure motorcyclist, stunningly beautiful, lush green to barren mountains to lush green again. On the way visiting some of the oldest Buddhist monasteries for a rich cultural experience and staying in isolated villages. Ride across three high-altitude passes, visit the highest villages in the world.

Detailed itinerary

Day 1: Motorbike Test Ride and Tour Introduction. (50kms, 3 hours)

Upon arriving in Manali, you will check into your hotel. Following lunch, you will be introduced to your motorcycles and given a brief rundown of how to operate them. You can then take a short ride to test the bike yourself. Later in the evening, the tour leader will provide an introduction to the tour, and if you need to make any purchases, you can visit the local market.

Day 2: Manali to Sojha (109 kms, 5 hours)

After breakfast, you will begin your motorcycle journey through the Himalayas from Manali towards Sojha in the Banjar Valley. Along the way, you will cross the Kullu Valley, which is also known as the “valley of gods.” From Aut, you will take a diversion towards the Banjar Valley, which is home to many beautiful places in Himachal that have yet to be explored by tourists. After passing through Jibhi, you will arrive in Sojha, where you will rest for the night after enjoying a hearty meal.

Day 3: Sojha to Sarahan (124 kms, 5 hours)

Following breakfast, we will depart from Sojha and proceed towards Sarahan, a quaint village that houses the Bhimakali Temple. The temple, originally known as the Bhimadevi Temple, is over 800 years old and is dedicated to the mother goddess Bhimakali. After exploring the temple, we will retire for the night at the temple guest house, where dinner will be provided.

Day 4: Sarahan to Sangla (83kms, 5 hours)

Today, we will begin our journey from Sarahan and make our way towards Sangla, passing through Thach, Karcham Dam, and Shaung. The Sangla valley is widely considered one of the most beautiful valleys in the country, with houses and temples constructed in the Kinnuari wood and stone style. The valley is also home to dense forest slopes and apple orchards, which produce the world’s best quality apples. Upon reaching Sangla, we will have dinner and retire for the night.

Day 5: Sangla to Nako (170kms, 7 hours)

After breakfast, we will journey towards Chitkul, the last village in the region, which is a stunning village that remains untouched by tourists. We will then ride towards Recong Peo to prepare our permits. Along the way, we will visit the confluence of the Satluj and Spiti rivers at Khab. Nako, a small village situated near the Indo-China border, will be our next destination. After arriving in Nako in the evening and checking in, you will be free to explore the village located on the banks of Nako Lake. In Nako, you can visit the Nako Monastery, which dates back to 1025, as well as several other Buddhist chortens. Additionally, you can visit Nako Lake, which is believed to have the footprints of Padmasambhava. This lake also freezes during the winter, providing a venue for ice skating practice.

Day 6: Nako to Kaza (111 kms, 5 hours)

We will begin our day with an early breakfast and ride towards Kaza along the Spiti River. Our first stop en route will be Tabo Monastery, founded in 996 AD by the great teacher Richensang-Po. The monastery features nine temples, four decorated stupas, and several cave shrines adorned with frescoes and contemporary structures. We will then continue our journey towards Dhankar, where we will visit the Dhankar Monastery, a stunning example of local architecture that sits high over the valley. This monastery was once a fort and served as the residence of the ruler of Spiti. After visiting the monastery, we will proceed directly to Kaza, where we will have dinner and stay overnight.

Day 7: Kaza-chandertal (108kms, 4 hours)

After breakfast, we will start our journey on motorcycles from Kaza to Chandertal, crossing the Kunzum Pass and taking some offbeat tracks to reach our campsite. In the evening, you may take a short walk towards Chandertal and enjoy its stunning beauty. We will have dinner at the campsite and spend the night there

Day 8: Chandertal- Manali (90kms, 6 hours)

Today will be an exciting and adventurous day as we will be riding on some of the most challenging off-road tracks, crossing several water crossings and dusty roads. After reaching Khoksar, we will have smoother roads and eventually cross through the Atal Tunnel, before finally reaching Manali and witnessing the lush greenery of the area. We will then check into our hotel in Manali.

Day 9: Tour ends, check out hotel by 12 noon

The tour ends so we all say our goodbyes and well wishes.


* Rider : Rs /35000-
* Pillion : Rs 20,000/-
* Own bike : Rs. 21,000/-(without fuel)
* Single occupancy: +12,000/-

Tour Package Includes:

* One Royal Enfield Himalayan411cc per rider
* Accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast and dinner
* Backup Vehicle with mechanic, basic spare parts and medical Kit
* Road captain on his own bike
* All Toll, Taxes and Permits
* Fuel for the entire journey
* Professional Road Captain as guide.
* Bottled water


* Any beverages, lunch and table tips.
* Any cost due to force majeure.
* Any travel outside the itinerary.
* Anything not mentioned in includes.

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