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Tour De Spiti

11 Days Motorcycle Tour of Spiti Valley and Kinnaur Valley

Spiti Valley is home to wonders that make for a lifetime’s experience

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Welcome to TOUR DE SPITI, an adventure-packed expedition that promises to leave you spellbound. Join BRM Expeditions as we ride through the forests of Dhauladhar Range, to the winding roads in the Kinnaur region and the rugged terrain of the Spiti Valley, observing a starkly changing landscape and warmth of the local culture. This Spiti Valley Motorcycle tour is your perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. 

The trip is uniquely designed to showcase the beauty of majestic Himalayan mountains, ancient monasteries, and traditional lifestyle of the locals.
Discover the hidden gems of this remote region, as you immerse yourself in the ride and allure of Spiti Valley. From riding through some of the toughest motorable roads in the world to exploring the majestic Landscape of lesser Himalayas , Tour de Spiti is one of a kind experience you shouldn’t miss.

At a Glance

Quick Look

Tour Duration

11 Days

Pillion Friendly


Max Altitude

4590 m




1800 $ onwards


950 kms

Group Size

15 Riders Max

Fixed Departures

4 Departures


1500 $

Tour Highlights

  • Ride through the Most Treacherous and adventurous road in the world.
  • Ride on Indo-Tibetan frontiers’ remotest roads.
  • Visit ancient Buddhist Monasteries and observe the daily routines of monks.
  • Experience the impressive & enchanting culture of Himalayas.
  • Pay a Visit to the naturally preserved ancient Mummy in Giu village.
  • Visit Tabo monastery which is one of the oldest monasteries in the world and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Spend a night at ChandraTal also know as “Moon Lake”
  • Visit the last Indian village, Chitkul on the chinese border.
  • Ride through Chicham Bridge which is also Asia’s highest (13,596 feet) suspension steel truss bridge.
  • Ride to Hikkim and visit the world’s highest post office (14,400 ft.)
  • Incredible view of Bara Shigri Glacier, the second longest glacier in the world from Kunzum La pass.
  • Tour De Spiti raw gopro footage.
  • Explore the local villages and experiencing the traditional way of life in the Spiti Valley.
Visit Mummy In Gue Village @ Brm Expeditions

Visit 500 year old Mummy of Gue

Visit ancient Mummy of a monk that has been preserved in a seated position for over 500 years.

See the famous Chandertaal Lake

Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, located in the middle of a desert and known for its serene and picturesque beauty

Ki Monestary

See the statue of the Maitreya Buddha, which is said to be over 500 years old and get an opportunity to witness the daily rituals and ceremonies of the monks

Chicham Bridge

With a length of 164 meters, it is one of the highest bridges in the world, standing at a height of 4,000 meters above sea level.

World's Highest Post office.

Post your loved ones a letter from the highest post office in the World and see well known traditional mud houses.

Visit Chitkul with brm Expeditions on Tour de spiti


Small village nestled in the heart of the Himalayas. Known as the last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibetan border

Tour De Spiti - Motorcycle Tour To Spiti Valley by BRM Expeditions​

Tour Overview

Spiti Valley, often referred to as “Little Tibet,” is a land of stark contrasts, where barren landscapes meet lush green valleys, ancient monasteries cling to steep cliffs, and serene lakes reflect towering snow-capped peaks. Spiti Valley is a paradise for adventure seekers, nature lovers, and those in search of authentic cultural experiences.

Tour De Spiti by BRM Expeditions is perfect for thrill-seekers and culture enthusiasts alike, as we explore the treasure trove of rugged terrain, ancient monasteries, and diverse flora and fauna that Kinnaur and Spiti Valley have to offer.

Our tour is specially designed to provide you with an experience like no other. You’ll visit remote villages in Kinnaur Valley get a glimpse into the local culture and history, providing you with insight into the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of the region. Boasting of some of the oldest monasteries in the world, Spiti will appeal to spirituality and the aura of the region is quite unlike you will ever experience elsewhere.

But that’s not all. You’ll also have the opportunity to witness breathtaking landscapes that’ll stay with you forever. You will not only experience the thrill of riding motorcycles on some of the most challenging terrain in the world, but also gain an appreciation for the beauty and grandeur of this awe-inspiring part of the world. So, get ready to join us for an exhilarating motorcycle tour of Spiti Valley that will leave you with unforgettable memories.


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Where we ride

The starting day of the tour will lead us to meet the staff and create a rapport, with not just team, who would be guiding you about the things to do and don’ts, but also getting familiar with the bikes that will be the part of our overall journey. After greeting session, we will be testing the bike with a short ride across the Manali town, visiting places of interest such as the Solang Valley, Hadimba Temple and Sissu Valley. We will cover approx. 100 km and then off to our hotels for a comfortable sleep post dinner.

Distance : 100 Kms

On the following day, we ride from Manali to Jibhi via Kullu. After a refreshing breakfast, we ride to a small hamlet in the Tirthan valley. The village of Jibhi is on the outskirts of the great Himalayan National park and just 8 kms before the Jalori pass. The ride on this day is along the banks of river Beas for most part and once we enter the Tirthan valley, the natural splendour of the place is just amazing. We take a small detour and visit Shangarh, a meadow on top of a hill, straight out of a post card. Our halt for the night is at Jibhi which  is surrounded by thick Deodhar and pine forests and many hiking trails lead into the forest for us to explore if you are up for it. 

Distance : 130 Kms

Day 3 ride from Jibhi to Sarahan would bring us closer to our first Mountain pass of the tour, jalori pass. Settled in the lower ranges of the Himalayas, Jalori pass (10800ft) is one of the lesser-travelled passes but an important connection between the Kullu and Sainj valleys. The winding roads of the pass offer the first major riding challenge as the road is not metalled, but carved out of mountains. Further on from Jalori we explore the town of Rampur and enter the  Kinnaur valley, one of the places often titled amongst the most dangerous roads in the world. We halt overnight at Sarahan, which is a small village famous for Bhimakali temple, dedicated to Goddess Bhīma Devi.

Distance : 131 Kms

After breakfast at Sarahan, we begin the 85 km ride to Sangla in the Baspa valley. Baspa valley is the final valley in India, which connects its border with Tibet. The Baspa river flows in the Sangla Valley which is rich in apple orchards, apricot, Wall-nut, Cedar trees, and glacial streams with trout. The road offers pleasant views with a valley of flowers running parallel to a stream for a good part of the road. The most vital achievement of this region worth being lauded is that this area boasts of growing the world’s best quality potatoes. Though only 85kms, the journey takes time, as the roads are narrow and stops for Photography are very frequent.

Distance : 82  Kms

we have a short ride to Chitkul, the last Indian village on the Chinese border planned for this day. After breakfast we ride to Chitkul, visit the village and return to our campsite in Sangla for Lunch. Post lunch we cross the Baspa river on foot and visit Batseri village, interact with the locals and learn about Kinnauri way of life, through their stories and also pay a visit to the local temple, a fine specimen of religious harmony in the region.

Distance : 40  Kms

On 6th day of our Tour De Spiti, we ride from Sangla  to Kalpa. We would be continuing the same road that brought us to Sangla till Karchham from where we take a right on to the NH22 and climb beyond Reckong Peo, the district headquarters for Kinnaur. Reckong Peo is also the place where we get the inner line permits for the Spiti Valley. We visit Roghi, famous as the suicide point , but you would not find a more apt place for a photograph, we guarantee. Our overnight stay is in Kalpa village, which has a history of ancient temples and majestic view of Kinner Kailash Peak.

Distance : 90 Kms

With completing our half journey, we begin our travel the next day with a descend from Kalpa village. The condition of the road gets better as we head along to our next stop, which is Nako village. The Village has an 11th-century Monastery and a small lake. Nako overlooks the Reo Purgyal, which has an elevation of 6,816 meters (22,362 ft) and is the highest mountain in Himachal Pradesh. The village is now near the Nako Lake formed by the slopes of the mountains of Reo Purgyal, compared to the opposite bank across the Nako river where it was located earlier and then shifted because of tectonic shift at the site.

Distance :  107 Kms

The road connecting Nako to Kaza is one of the pleasing roads we will come across in Spiti Valley. Our first halt in this 130 km journey is a detour of 15kms that we take to visit the Gue monastery, which is home to a perfectly preserved Mummy form the 15th century. Our next halt is Tabo Monastery, a monastery that is claimed to be one of the holiest in the world by HH the Dalai Lama. The monastery celebrated its millennium anniversary in 1996 and is a must visit. After spending some time at the monastery we would head towards the town of Kaza, which is the headquarter of the Spiti valley.

Distance :  130 Kms

The 9th day of this Motorcycle tour of Spiti Valley is reserved to enjoy the magnificence of Kaza. We would visit the Key  and Kibber Gompa along with a visit to the major tourist attractions in and around Kaza, Tangyud Monastery. We shall also cover the loop of Langza, Komic, Hikkim villages which have the highest post office in the world, the highest village with year round residence in the world and a great place for collecting some fossils.

Distance :  60 Kms

Day 10 is yet another adventurous day that would take us through the highest suspension bridge in Asia, Chicham bridge and through our second high altitude pass, Kunzum pass. Located at an altitude of 15060ft, Kunzum is the gateway to Chandertal, the moon lake. We would be camping near the lake and this promises to be an adventure within the adventure. The ride from Kaza to Chandertal is rough and tough as the road is mostly broken and the terrain tough. The distance of 80 km should take about 4-5 hrs

Distance : 80 Kms

We recommend an early morning ride to check the sunrise at the lake.  After breakfast at Camp, we take the long road back to Baatal. The ride is completely on the off road segmented takes some time getting to Gramphu, from where we take a right and oride on back to Manali via the magnificent Atal Tunnel.  the lush green forest of Manali that welcome you back from this adventure provide an instant reset and the difference in Landscape in 30 mins ride puts things in perspective. Today’s the last day of our tour and by the evening we Reach Manali and have a Farewell dinner and share our thoughts about the adventure.

Distance :  111 Kms

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Common Questions About This Tour

Answers to some basic questions you might have about this trip .

You should hold a valid motorcycle driving license. An international Driving License though not mandatory is better for you as it would ease any insurance claims that might arise.


You would need a valid passport good for at least 6 months after the last day of the tour you are participating in. You are also advised to carry medical insurance as well as travel insurance that sufficiently covers the bike, you and any third party damages/injuries.


In Event of Sickness or Injury, The BRM Expeditions Support team will try to get the participant to the nearest medical facility. Any Costs or expenditures incurred as a result are to be paid by the participant. Also, depending on the nature of Sickness/ injury and in consultation with the local medical examiner, the BRM Expedition staff reserves the right to cancel the participation of the affected individual. No refund shall be offered in such a case.


No. The tour prices do not cover any Airfare, Be it International or Domestic. The price quoted for a tour can be Inclusive of Taxes, and the confirmation for the same is shared on every tours Included Section.


Yes. The participants must get their riding gear consisting a Hemet, armored Jacket and trousers, Eye Protection Gear, Arm and Knee guards. You can write in to us to discuss the gear and if you want to purchase some in India. Though its better to bring your own gear, BRM Expeditions can offer some gear if one finds getting his gear along difficult.


For Every Tour That We Organize, An Inclusions / Exclusion Section Is Shared. You May Contact Us If There Is Any Question Or If You Want More Clarity Around Any Points.


Yes, Lodging For All Our Tours Are On Double-Occupancy Basis, But You Can Choose To Avail Of Single-Occupancy Lodging For An Additional Charge.


Yes, We Always Have Support Vehicles In Our Tours Which Have More Than 5 Bikes. Our Support Vehicles Normally Include Isuzu Dmax Vcross 4×4 And Mahindra XUV500. On Our Larger Groups We Take A Tempo Traveller. These Vehicles Carry All Your Luggage, Spare Fuel And Spares As Well.


Yes. A Passenger Can Join A Tour As A Pillion Or Can Book A Seat In SUV.  Please Write To Us For More Info Regarding This Option.

Yes, We Can Securely Store Any Item At Our Base Until You Return And We Can Even Courier Your Luggage To Your Forward Location If Hiring One Way. If You Are Picking Up The Luggage From Same Place U Left It, Its Free Of Charge. But If U Need To Get It Sent Somewhere Else, Extra Charges Apply.

We are also happy to organize this tour as a Private Tour with your group, your private tour date.

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