Day 1: Delhi International Airport Pickup
When You arrive at Delhi airport our representative will pickup you at Airport, and drop Shimla hotel by road.
Day 2: Shimla local Ride
After morning breakfast start tour from Delhi to Shimla. Shimla is the beautiful capital of Himachal Pradesh, which offers wonderful holiday experience full of adventure, romance and complete spiritual as well as inner relaxation. Perfect time to visit Shimla starts from April till mid-July and mid-September till October end. But, for snow lovers, winter is the best time to visit. Shimla offers a host of temples such as the temple of Tara DeviGoddess of Stars, Jakhu Templebeautiful temple of Lord Hanuman , located at a height of 2455m, Sankat Mochan the temple of Lord Hanuman which is famous for the numerous monkeys that are always found in its vicinity, Kali Bari Templededicated to Goddess Shyamala, Anand Vilas or the temple of all faiths Sarva Dharma Mandir etc.
Day 3: Shimla to Narkanda (63 km)
After morning breakfast start tour.Narkanda is a well known hill station in Himachal Pradesh and is situated at an attitude of 8100 ft on India - Tibet road (NH - 22). It is one of the popular attraction not to miss in a Shimla tour package and also a well known Tourist places in Himachal Pradesh. Narkanda is a hill station located between the valleys of River Sutlej and Giri. it is a well known destination for adventure in Himachal state. iIt is a place of natural beauty with scenic views of snow-clad mountains. It commands a unique view of the eternal snow line, the inviting apple orchards and dense forests. Narkanda also has a lake called the Tannu Jubbar Lake which is one of the most important tourist attractions here.
Day 4: Narkanda to Sangla (161 km)
After take breakfast today riding almost 161km you will continue toward sutlaj ri er flowing angrily in the gorgeous below you will reach karchham at this turning point baspa valley on to the beautiful village of Sangla Stay in Hotel. One of the most charming valleys in the whole Kinnaur District, Sangla Valley is a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of the swarming cities. It is named after a beautiful village by the same name. Bounded by strapping mountain slopes, sprawling evergreen forests and snow covered peaks, the valley is set apart from others by its red apples orchard and luscious cherry trees. Baspa River also makes its way through the place, meandering and gurgling, famous for trout fishing. The place is dotted with several attractions from temple and fort to nearby villages making it an amazing holiday destination.
Day 5: Sangla to kalpa (40km)
After breakfast this morning, check-out from your hotel and drive to Kalpa. 2670 metres above the sea level, Kalpa is the district headquarter of Kinnaur and was once the favorite getaway of Lord Dalhousie. On reaching Kalpa, check-in to your Hotel. Once known as Chini, little has changed in Kalpa in the last 500 years. Legend has it that when Lord Dalhousie wanted to take a break from his hectic schedule in Shimla, he would come here on his Horseback. By the side of Kalpa is a 79-foot rock formation that resembles a Shivlinga that changes the colour as the day passes and is visible to the naked eye on a clear day. After lunch, rest in your hotel for a while. In the evening, visit the Buddhist Gompa - Hu Bu Lan Kar. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 6: Kalpa to Tabo
After breakfast, ride towards Tabo, placed at an altitude of 3050 m. Lying on the banks of River Spiti, this pristine town is flanked by hills an both the sides. As you arrive in Tabo, check-in at the Camp. Now you have some time in your hand for relaxing. Feel close to the nature and enjoy the peace sprinkled all around. Now you have got some time to explore the area in and around Tabo on your own.Overnight stay in the Camp.
Day 7: Tabo to Kaza (48 km)
After breakfast, visit the very popular and one of the most significant Buddhist monasteries, the Tabo Monastery that is also known as Ajanta of Himalaya. The largest monastery complex in Spiti, it was erected in 996 AD. After this, begin driving to Kaza, perched at an altitude of 3600 m above the sea level. It is placed on the left bank of Spiti River. In the old times, Kaza was the capital of Nono, the Chief of Spiti. On the way, halt at Dhankar monastery- 24 km from Kaza, this old fort monastery was built in the 16th century, originally used as a prison. The new monastery is right below the old one. The next halt is at the Pin valley- located below the Kungri Glacier, this valley is known for its natural beauty and offering superb trekking opportunities. Later, continue to Kaza.Upon arriving in Kaza, check- into a camp and take rest. The capital of Spiti, Kaza has crystal clear water streams, green patches and snow-clad peaks. Explore the nearby surroundings and Sakya Tangyud Monastery, an ancient Gompa that is built in the form of a fortified castle. Located at an altitude of 4,587 m above the sea level. This monastery is one of the oldest one in Himachal Pradesh state.Stay overnight in Kaza.
Day 8: Kaza to Chandra Taal lake (54 km)
The spiti valley higher Himalaya.Today you will arrive at the second highest lake on your tour.After crossing a high pass( kunzum la 4550m ) the beautiful and desolated lake of chandra taal lake.Stay in Camp.( Dinner & Breakfast). the Chandra Tal Lake is also famous as the ‘Lake of the Moon.’ The name comes from the crescent shape of the lake, which is easily noticeable from a distance. The lake is not just known for its beauty, but is also considered pious by all Hindus. According to legend, it was at this lake from where God Indra’s Chariot picked up the eldest pandava, Yudhishtira, for his journey to the heavens up above.
Day 9: Chandra Taal to Keylong (57 km)
Morning after breakfast leave for Chandratal Lake to Keylong. Keylong lies in the state of Himachal Pradesh and is the administrative center for Lahul and Spiti Valley. Like other spots of Himachal Pradesh, Keylong also shares that same and virgin beauty. the place is surrounded by snow-capped mountains, rivers, streams and lush green valleys with awe-striking beauty to gaze all long. The place grosses many Buddhist monastery and is a place for Buddhist community. The place is a perfect place for all adventure seeker as it offers many such activities like rafting, trekking, mountaineering, camping, biking and many more. The place is complete serenity and flavors one’s mind with the freshness and the greenery around. The place gives a perfect composition where one can find temples and monasteries on one hand and another hand the majestic nature who beautify itself with time slots. The place is remarkable regarding to its versatility of such nature’s beauty.
Day 10: Keylong to Sarchu (108 km)
This drive is absolutely breathtaking and you will not be able to resist the many photo-ops during your drive from Keylong to Sarchu even though you freeze every time you get off! Factors in plenty of time for these stops. Make a reasonably early start at 7 a.m. and preferably carry a packed lunch as the only place that offers any form of food en route is close to your destination!
Day 11: Sarchu to Leh
Today is a very long day and we start very early. Travel by surface from Sarchu to Leh crossing over Lachang La (5065 m) and Tanglang La (5360 m). On arrival check-in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 12: Leh freeday (Local side seen)
Today is relax day.We can exploring Local seen in Leh like Magnetic hill, Gurudwara Temple Local Market for Shopping. The Ladakh capital city of Leh lies near the eastern parts of Jammu and Kashmir, on the crossroads of the historic "Silk Route" from Sinkiang to West Asia and to the plains of India. The humbling monasteries of Shey, Hemis, Alchi, Thikse and Lamayuru will nurture your spiritual needs, and the landscape of Leh provides for a number of adventure activities including mountaineering, white-water rafting and trekking along the Markha Valley.
Day 13: Leh to Khardungla (Same Day Return)
Khardungla Pass is at an altitude of 5,359 meters and is 39.7 km from Leh. Journey from Leh to Khardungla was a painful 3 hours drive up on a winding road, interrupted by minor landslides and avalanches. Higher up, the mountains were still covered with sheet of snow that melts slowly into slush of mud. The army maintains this road through out the day. Khardungla Pass is an important gateway to the Nubra and Shyok Valley. The pass is another important gateway to Siachen Glacier. Construction work for the pass began in 1976 and was first opened in 1988. Khardungla Pass is the highest place.
Day 14: Leh to Airport Drop
Today bid farewell to Adventure bike tours.Leh motorcycle expedition,after transfer to airport for your journey.