Experience the thrill of travelling in western Himalaya by motorbike. The routes selected offer a combination of breath - taking location with thrilling speed, beauty and most of all great adventure. Each day will involve a different area and different distance travelled. You will camp under the Himalaya stars with the support of a full backup crew that will be going ahead and set up camp. Himalayan Yeti provides you back-up jeep, a guide, a cook, tents, mattresses and food. Himalaya Yeti can organizing tour in these places :
First part of the journey is through lush green hills and apple orchards, visiting some of the Hindu temples with wooden and stone architecture.
Spiti has a haunting and unforgettable beauty. As Kipling describes in his famous saga, Kim "Surely the Gods live here, this is no place for human". The Spiti Valley may be one of such rare pockets where one can trace a continuous course of the development of Lamaism from its very primitive form of the days of the Padmasambhava, when it had more of the Bon- Pa overtone, to its latest version, the Ge-lug-pa. In Spiti, where faith is so very deep that the culture of life is focused around its several monasteries - Dhankar, Ki, Tabo, to name a few.
Over Kunzum Pass we enter Lahaul, with its beautiful valleys, it is a massive trough that divides the Great Himalaya and Pir Panjal Ranges. This is a typical Himalayan Alpine area as high summits surrounds the valley and along the track lies massive moraines and glaciers. Its inhabitants, are a mixture of Buddhists and Hindus.. Using glacial water channeled down the mountains through ancient irrigation ducts, Lahauli farmers manage to reap a bumper crop of potatoes and peas. The region is also sole supplier of hops to India's breweries. Lahaul generally used as a transit point to Ladakh, is a very interesting destination for tourists. The monasteries of Guru Gantal, Kardang, Shesur in Bhaga Valley and Temple and Monastery of Trilokinath and Udaipur are worth visiting.
Further the journey moves over the high passes amidst the Great Himalayan Mountain desert resembling the Prairies of North America, into the widely extended Chang Thang with its beautiful brackish Lake of Tsokar, sparsely populated by Changpas - the high altitude nomads with their herds of Pashmina and yaks. The Journey finally ends in Leh.
Himalayan Yeti offering you a beautiful 14 days tour riding through the valleys of Kinaur and Lahaul - Spiti. The roads are quiet beautiful valley and snow covered high mountains without much traffic but they can be rough.
Motor bike tours are following the rough roads at the Western Himalaya on an original Enfield 350cc or 500cc these strong bikes cross the Himalaya easily.
Himalayan Yeti he can organize the mountain motor bike.
Some of our suggested tour :
1.Manali to Manali
Start from :-Manali - Rohtang - Keylong - Jispa - Sarchu - Pang - Leh - Manali with return.
2.Shimla to Leh
Start from:- Shimla - Kaza- Loser - Keylong-Jispa - Pang - Leh one way tour.
3. Dharamsala to Leh
Start from:-Dharamsala - Srinagger - Leh one way tour.
4.Manali - Kullu - Bijlimahadev - Manikaran - Manali (one day)
5.Trance Himalaya Tour (Chander Tal ‘The lake of moon’)
Start from :-Manali - Batel - Chander Tal - kaza - Keylong - Jispa - Sarchu Pang - Leh one way tour
6.The travers of Himalaya via Jhalori pass
Start from :- Manali - Kullu - Banjar - Jhalori Pas - Narkanda - Shimla - Kinaur - Spiti - Keylong - Leh - Manali with return
7.Manali - Spiti valley tour
Start from :-Manali - Rohtang La - Ki and Kibar - Monasteries - Kaja - Dhankar Lake and Tabo Monasteries - Nako - Manali with return.
Optional extensions from Leh :
Start from :-leh - Khardungla - Diskit - Hunder - Panamik - Leh (3 days)
2. Leh - Chang La - Pangong - Tso - Leh (3 days)
3. Leh - Likir - Alchi - Rizong - Lamayuru Monasteries - Leh (3 days)