Himalaya Bike Tour

HIMALAYAN BIKE TOURTour Itinerary 13 Nights / 14 Days

Day 1: DelhiOn arrival in Delhi, you will meet our representative at airport with garland welcome & he will assist you to the hotel for smooth check in. After long journeys have hot shower & rest. If you have morning flight then you can visit historical monuments of Old Delhi. We give some details about monuments below.Qutab Minar - is a 73 meter high tower of victory which is built in 1193 by King Qutab ud-din Aibak after the defeat of Hindu Kingdom. It is believe that It was built with material obtained from demolishing 27 Hindu temples.Humayun’s Tomb - is the one of the finest example of Mughal architecture in India.It was built in 1565 after the death of Humayun. Here garden is so beautiful & pathway. You will see many graves of the Mughal rulers.Red Fort - was the royal residence for Mughal Emperors for more than 200 years. It has many palaces built by red stones & marble. Red fort walls built in 1638 by red stones are 33 meter high to design to keep out invaders. After all these world’s famous sightseeing come back to the hotel & overnight stay in Delhi.Day 2: Delhi - NalagarhAfter Breakfast you will leave Delhi by A/c vehicle for Nalagarh. Reach in Nalagarh, first time you will be introduced to our Royal Enfield Motorcycles. Get important instructions for the tour to Himachal Pradesh. Take a warm up ride in Nalagarh & around Nalagarh. Nalagrh is the gateway to Himachal Pradesh in North India. We will stay at Nalagarh fort, now converted into luxury hotel from here you have spectacular view of the plains. Overnight stay in Nalagarh fort.Day 3: Nalagarh - ShimlaAfter Breakfast ride Royal Enfield for Shimla from Nalagarh. We will ride through amazing scenery & beautiful picturesque of Shimla. Shimla, was the Summer capital of India under British rule. Presently, it is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. The place is also famous for its natural beauty, architectural buildings, wooden crafts and apples. Overnight stay in Shimla.Day 4: Shimla (local)Full day sightseeing various view points around Shimla like Mashobra, naldehra, Kufri, Shilon Bagh & Chail Including Golfcourse at Naldehra. Nestled between the beautiful lofty ranges of the Himalayas, lies the Naldehra hill station. The Naldehra hill resort near Shimla is no less than a picture perfect destination. The blue skies, lush green forests and an occasional rainbow thrown in makes the place look like it has been painted on a canvas. The most famous attraction of Naldehra hill station is the 18 – hole golf course that is considered to be the most challenging golf course. This is because it is situated at an altitude of 2044 meters! The golf course is one of the most gorgeous stretches of land in Naldehra. Overnight stay in Shimla.Day 5: Shimla – SarahanSoaked in nature’s beauty, Sarahan is flanked on the banks of the meandering Sutlej River. The way to Sarahan through Fagu, Theog, Narkanda, Rampur, and Jeori is extremely scenic-traversing through mountains flanked by steep cliffs on one side and deep ravines on the other, dense emerald pine forests, terraced farms, apple orchards.Once in Sarahan, one beholds a range of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks and one of them is the Shrikhand Peak. The rather peculiar thing about this peak is that it is only one whose tip remains uncovered with snow. In the evening, sunrays adorn the peaks and the sight is simply stupendous. Overnight stay at the guesthouse.Day 6: Sarahan – SangalaAbout 54 km from Sarahan lies in the Sangla valley. The road to Sangla is narrow, rough, and hazardous, taking one through Wangtu and Karchham. The Sutlej River that meanders below now emerges in all its frenzied ferocity.The sheer force with which it gushes down makes it awesome. The road to Sangla is crudely carved out of rocks and runs parallel to the river that is deep down in the forge. At some places, there is barely enough space for the bus to wriggle through the rough road and the rock above. Sangla Valley is also famous for its natural beauty and few old villages. Overnight stay at the guesthouse.Day 7: Sangala – KalpaKalpa has all the makings of an Indian Fairyland. At a height of 10,900 feet in Himachal Pradesh, 265 kms ahead of Shimla on the NH22 in Kinnaur District is this hideaway town. It is located at the base of the imposing Kinner Kailash ranges and Shivling peaks which rise upto 20,000 feet, towering above the clouds, kissing the heavens, encircling the area around.Kalpa itself is spread amidst chilgoza forests, apple plantations and the holy deodhars. It is reached after crossing the quaint town of Recong Peo, which has a hundred-year-old monasteryDay 8: Kalpa – TaboThe Tabo Gompa, or Buddhist monastery, is second in importance only to the Tholing Gompa in Tibet in the entire Himalayan region. It was developed as an advanced centre for learning by the great teacher and translator Lotsawa Rinchen Tsang Po, the king of western Himalayan Kingdom of Guge — also known as Lha Lama Yeshe O’d or Mahaguru Ratnabhadra. The Chos-Khor at Tabo remained one of the most important Buddhist establishments during the time of Lotsawa after the Chos-Khor at Tholing, the capital town of Guge. It is known that the Chos-Khor at Tabo commanded great importance, and hosted for a considerable period, many great scholars and translators in the Buddhist history studies. To date, it is the preserver of the Buddhist Legacy and is one of the most important Gompa of the entire Tibetan Buddhist world.Overnight stay in the guesthouse of the monastery.Day 9: Tabo – KibberKibber, the highest village in the world, is located in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, at an altitude of about 4205 mThe main attraction is Kibber Sanctuary. Kibber also serves as a base camp for the trek to the Tso Morari Lake in Ladakh. Kibber Sanctuaryis the only sanctuary in the country which is situated in the cold desert area and covers about 1400 sq km.Wildlife species include blue sheep and ibex. Panoramic views of Shilla Peak and Parang La Pass are the added features. Kee Gompa, on the way to Kibber, is worth a visit.The Kibber sanctuary also covers the highest peak in Himachal Pradesh, Gya (22,290 ft) in the north and it will touch another high point of Kamelong (19,362 ft) in the south.Kibber Sanctuary is linked with road via Lalung, Langcha and Kibber village.Day 10: KibberParangPass : Parang Pass (Parang La), situated at an altitude of 5,580 m above sea level, connects the Spiti Valley with other parts of Ladakh. The Parilungbi River flows on the Spitian side of the pass and the track runs on its side. There is a glacier about 3 km north-east of this pass. There are a number of crevasses, which make it difficult to cross.Tabo : Situated at the height of 3050 meters and On the left bank of river Spiti not far from Sumdo, Tabo is surrounded by high mountains. The thousand year old Tabo Gompa, that was established by the painted stucco, the monastery has priceless collections of manuscripts and thankas.Tso Morari Lake : Tso Morari, sometimes spelt Tsomiriri Lake, one of the largest lakes in the Ladakh region, is situated at an altitude of about 4900 m. This lake which is almost like an inland sea, has a length of about 22 km and a depth of more than 30 m at the deepest point. Day 11: Kibber – ManaliJust 40 kms away from Kullu to the north, Manali is situated near the end of the valley on the National  Highway leading to Leh. The landscape here is breath taking. One sees well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas river with its clear water meanders through the town. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchards.It is an excellent place for a holiday, a favorite resort for trekkers to Lahaul, Spiti, Bara Bhangal (Kangra), and Zanskar ranges. From temples to antiquity, to picturesque sight-seeing spots and adventure activities, Manali is a popular resort for all seasons and for all travellers. Overnight stay in Manali.Day 12: Manali – ShojaAfter Breakfast start riding towards Shoja, an ultimate place for farewell party. Shoja is a small village. On the way to Shoja we pass many small & high villages on the bank of river. Shoja is a remote village in Kullu district & this is our most favourite place for village accommodations. Arrive at Shoja & check into the hotel/CampOvernight stay in Shoja.Day 13: Shoja – Kalka - Delhi After Breakfast we will ride our legendary Royal Enfield classic towards Kalka railway station. First we cross Jalori pass at 3120 M. after crossing this pass you will see many spectacular villages & towns. We stop at Ani for the tea break & later we have lunch on the way to Shimla. Arrive at Kalka station & take your train to Delhi. Our driver will pick up you from Delhi railway station & will transfer to hotel.Day 14: Departure for Home TownAfter Breakfast you will be transferred to New Delhi International airport for your flight to Home. If you have evening or night flight then you can go for shopping or for sightseeing in Old Delhi and New Delhi. Later you will be transferred to Aiport.

 



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