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Ladakh Tour Packages

Ladakh :
Ladakh is a land abounding in awesome physical features, set in an enormous and spectacular environment. Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Karakoram in the north and the Great Himalaya in the south, it is traversed by two other parallel chains, the Ladakh Range and the Zanskar Range. In geological terms, this is a young land, formed a few million years ago. Its basic contours, uplifted by tectonic movements, have been modified over the millennia by the process of erosion due to wind and water, sculpted into the form that we see today. For nearly 900 years, from the middle of the 10th century, Ladakh was an independent kingdom, its ruling dynasties descending from the kings of old Tibet. The kingdom attained its greatest geographical extent and glory in the early 17th century under the famous king Singge Namgyal, whose domain extended across Spiti and western Tibet right up to the Mayum-la, beyond the sacred sites of Mount Kailash and Lake Mansarovar.

Cultural Ladakh
Leh town offers a number of sightseeing options for the visitors. A historic town that served as the royal capital of the Old Kingdom, it is dominated by the nine-storey palace built by King Singge Namgyal in the grand tradition of Tibetan architecture, which is said to have inspired the famous Potala in Lhasa built about half a century later.

Above the palace, on the Namgyal Tsemo hill, are the ruins of a fort, the earliest royal residence built by King Tashi Namgyal in the 16th century. The associated temples remain intact, but they are kept locked except during the morning and evening hours, when a monk from Sankar Gompa hikes up the hill to attend to the butter-lamps in front of the images.

Down in the historic bazaar, the main sites to visit are the Jo-khang, a newly built Buddhist temple, and the imposing historic mosque founded in the late 17th century standing, almost opposite. But the pleasures of Leh are not confined to the visiting of monuments and sites. For locals and visitors alike, a stroll along the main bazaar, observing the varied crowd and looking into the curio shops is an engaging experience. A particularly attractive sight is the line of women from nearby villages sitting along the edge of the footpath with baskets of fresh vegetables brought for sale. Behind the main bazaar, In the other direction, are the Tibetan markets where one can bargain for pearls, turquoise, coral, lapis lazuli and many other kinds of semi-precious stones and jewellery, as well as carved yak-horn boxes, quaint brass locks, china or metal bowls, or any of a whole array of curios. One can also strike off away from the bazaar, past Zangsti and the Moravian Church to the Ladakh Ecological Centre and appreciate the work being done by this NGO in applying folk technology to meet the demands of modern life in Ladakh. From here a footpath across the fields leads to Sankar Gompa, which is half an hour’s walk away.

An attractive suburb of Leh, is the Changspa area, lying below the hill on which stands the imposing Ladakh Shanti Stupa, which can be reached by a winding road. There are also several attractive sightseeing and walking destinations within a 10-km radius of Leh. Sabu, a charming village with a small gompa, nestles between two minor spurs of the Ladakh range, about 9 kms away from the town. In the same direction, but nearer town is Choglamsar, with the Tibetan refugee settlement including a children’s village, a handicrafts centre devoted largely to carpet weaving and the Dalai Lama's prayer-ground, Jiva-tsal. And in the opposite direction, about 8 kms on the Srinagar road, is the turning for Spituk village and its imposing monastery

Sightseeing across ladakh:
The Indus Valley, particularly from Upshi down to Khalatse, which is the region's historic heartland, is dotted with all the major sites connected with the former kingdom's dynastic history. The monasteries of Ladakh are the fountainhead of Buddhist religion and culture. They are also the repositories of the region’s centuries old artistic and cultural heritage. Starting with Leh, the capital,The central area of Ladakh has the greatest concentration of major Buddhist monasteries or gompas. Of the twelve situated on or near the Indus, the oldest monastery is that of Lamayuru, which is believed to have been a sacred site for the pre-Buddhist religion known as Bon. The monasteries of Phiyang, Hemis and Chemrey were all founded under the direct patronage of members of the ruling Namgyal dynasty. Phiyang represents an act of penance by the 16th century King Tashi Namgyal forthe violence and treachery by which he reached the throne. Hemis monastery, together with that of Hanle near the Tibetan border, was established at the instance of King Singge Namgyal, while his widow founded Chemrey as a posthumous act of merit for him. Stakna, dating from a slightly earlier period, was endowed by the Namgyal kings at various times. All these belong to the Red Hat (Kargyud-Pa) sect of Tibetan monasticism.

The reformist Gelugs-pa, or Yellow-Hat sect, is also well represented in central Ladakh by the monasteries of Thiksey, Likir, Ri-dzong and Spituk, the last of which has branch monasteries at Stok, Sabu and Sankar. Ri-dzong, situated a few kilometres up a side-valley from Uley-Tokpo, was founded only a century and a quarter ago by a devout layman-turned-lama, with the purpose of following the strict monastic rules of the Gelugs-pa sect.

Tak-thok and Matho gompas represent the smaller but much older Nying-ma-pa and Saskya-pa monastic sects respectively. Tak-thok, situated at the foot of the Chang-la pass, incorporates one of the many caves in the Himalayas where the Indian Buddhist apostle Padmasambhava is said to have rested and meditated on his journey to Tibet. Matho gompa is famous for its festival of the oracles, which is held early in the year, usually in the first half of March. But the jewel among Ladakh's monastic foundations is Alchi. Abandoned centuries ago as a place of active worship, it has been lovingly maintained by the monks of Likir, the nearest functioning monastery. Known as Chos-kor, or religious enclave, it comprises five temples, the richest in paintings and images being the Du-khang (assembly hall) and the three-storey Sum-tsek. Its murals, dating from the 11th and 12th centuries, pre-date the Tibetan style of painting seen in all the other gompas of the region. Some of them are reminiscent of the paintings of the Ajanta Caves and are presumed to be almost the sole survivors (along with some in Phugtal gompa in Zanskar, and Tabo gompa in Spiti) of the Buddhist style prevailing in Kashmir during the first millennium AD.

Adventure Ladakh:
Ladakh offers many options for undertaking adventure activities amidst landscapes of spectacular, rugged beauty. These mainly include river rafting, mountaineering and trekking.

River Rafting:
River rafting in Ladakh is quite unlike anywhere else in the world. It provides the best opportunity to enjoy and experience the natural beauty of the spectacular landscape with deep gorges, towering snow-capped peaks, hilltop monasteries, hillside villages, and glimpses of the unique wildlife. Ladakh offers a range of rafting options on the Indus and its major tributaries. The best stretch for professionally guided runs in white water is on the Indus between Spituk and Nimu or Saspol, which rates 2 to 3 in the international river grading scale of 1 to 6. Upstream of Spituk, the Indus has the easiest stretch up to Karu, which is ideal for basic training or "scenic floating". In recent years, running the Indus has become an attractive option to complement with sightseeing, and features on the itinerary of most visitors. The most difficult but exciting rafting option is available on the Zanskar River, along its spectacular course through a gorge in the Zanskar Mountains, between Padum and Nimu. This is suitable only for well-organized white-water expeditions, prepared for about a week of rafting and camping in absolute wilderness.

Mountain Climbing:
The area most frequented is the Nun-Kun massif in the Great Himalayan Range. Its easy accessibility from the Kargil-Padum road and the shortest possible approach march to the base camps makes this massif the most attractive climbing destination in the Great Himalayan, necessitating advance booking years ahead. Among its six known peaks accessible from the Suru Valley, Nun (7,135 m) and Kun (7,087 m) are the highest summits.

The area nearest to Leh is the Stok-Khangri massif in the Zanskar Mountains, south of Leh. The base camp for the various peaks of this massif is about two days' trek from the Stok village. Among its known peaks, Stok- Khangri (6,150 m) is the highest. It offers a spectacular perspective to the central expanse of the Indus Valley, which it dominates.

Other peaks in the area include Gulap Khangri (5,900 m), Matho West (5,950 m) and Kantaka (5,275 m). The much higher Konglacha Peak (6,700 m) lies southwest of Leh and is reached via Rumbak on the first leg of the Markha Valley trek from Stok. Besides there are many unnamed peaks in the altitude range of 5,500 m to 6,400 m available for climbing. The trekking options range from short, day-long walks up and down mountain slopes to visit monuments or monastic settlements (or across a ridge to enjoy the sheer beauty of the lunar landscape), or long, trans-mountain treks involving weeks of walking and camping in the wilderness. For example, the trek from Lamayuru in the Indus Valley to Darcha in Lahoul, across Zanskar Valley, takes nearly three weeks and crosses 2 major mountain ranges. Most of the established routes traverse the Zanskar range, which separates the Indus Valley from Zanskar. The 10-day Markha Valley trek, the 11-day Lamayuru- Padum traverse and the 4/5-day Stok-Khangri round trek are the more popular ones. In recent years, parts of the Ladakh range, which lie between the Indus and Shayok valleys, have also become available for trekking. The winter access to Zanskar is actually along the frozen surface of the Zanskar River called Chaddar route. This route, though difficult and highly demanding in terms of arrangements, is perhaps one of the most exciting and memorable foot journeys in the world.

Leh – Khardong La – Leh( 03 Nights / 04 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our Representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market.. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: A Complete Day Of Visit To The Monasteries:
After breakfast drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries. These monasteries are were in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. After visiting the monasteries we will drive to Stok Palace Museum. The Museum showcases the worthy royal artifacts and paraphernalia which include royal crowns, precious heirlooms, copper coins, prayer instruments and materials, precious stones and jewelers and also very old 16th century Thangkas, the Thangkas represents the life and teachings of Buddha. Later return to Leh. Overnight in hotel.KhardungLa

Day 03: Leh to Khardong La to Leh (78 Kms):
Drive for Khardongla Pass, which is the World’s highest motorable road ranging at 18380 feet. Return to Leh. Afternoon will be at leisure, free for independent activities. Overnight in hotel.

Day 04: Departure:
Early morning by 06:00
hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.



Leh – Pangong – Khardungla - Leh ( 04 Nights / 05 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: A Complete Day of Visit to the Monasteries (104 Kms):
After breakfast drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries. These monasteries were built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, and are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. After visiting the monasteries we will drive to Stok Palace Museum. The Museum showcases the worthy royal artifacts and paraphernalia which include royal crowns, precious heirlooms, copper coins, prayer instruments and materials, precious stones and jewels.Pangong The monasteries also have very old 16th century Thangkas, that represent the life and teachings of Buddha. Later return to Leh. Overnight in hotel.

DAY 03: Leh to Pangong Lake to Leh (320 Kms):
After early breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft), through Changla Pass 17,350 ft. (third highest motorable road in the world) .The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Packed or hot lunch will be served. Enjoy the beauty of the lake on the banks of Pangong while appreciating the changing colors and fascinating high altitude of the Lake. Drive back to Leh by the same route. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 04: Full day visit to khardung la and gurdawara and sangam:
KhardungLaAfter breakfast drive to Khardung la, the highest motor-able road in the world. Return to Leh by afternoon. Lunch at hotel. After Lunch drive to visit Gurudwara Pather Sahib, Magnetic Hill and Sangam of Zangskar and Indus River. Overnight in hotel.

Day 05: Departure:
Early morning at 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.





Leh – Lamayuru – Alchi - Leh ( 04 Nights / 05 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: Leh to Lamayuru to Ule (160 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Lamayuru en-route visit Liker Monastery and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Check in Camp at Alchi or Ule and enjoy your hot Lunch. After Lunch drive to visit the mesmerizing Moon landscapes and the Lamayuru monastery (Oldest Monastery in Ladakh).Overnight in hotel or Camp.

Day 03: Alchi to Leh (70 Kms):
LamayuruAfter the Breakfast drive to Leh en-route visit Alchi monastery, Basgo Palace and Hall of Fame. Arrive at Leh by afternoon. Afternoon will be at leisure, free for independent activities. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 04: A Complete Day of Visit to the Monasteries (104 Kms):
After breakfast drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries. These monasteries were built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. After visiting the monasteries we will drive to Stok Palace Museum. The Museum showcases the worthy royal artifacts and paraphernalia which include royal crowns, precious heirlooms, copper coins, prayer instruments and materials, precious stones and jewelers and also very old 16th century Thangkas, the Thangkas represents the life and teachings of Buddha. Later return to Leh. Overnight in hotel.alchi

Day 05: Departure
Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.









Delhi - Leh - Khardungla - Deskit – Hemis- Leh - Delhi
( 04 Nights / 05 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
KhardungLaYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our Representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: A Complete Day of Visit to the Monasteries (104 Kms):
After breakfast drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries. These monasteries are built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. After visiting the monasteries we will drive to Stok Palace Museum. The Museum showcases the worthy royal artifacts and paraphernalia which include royal crowns, precious heirlooms, copper coins, prayer instruments and materials, precious stones and jewelers and also very old 16th century Thangkas, the Thangkas represents the life and teachings of Buddha. Later return to Leh. Overnight in hotel.Diskit Monastery Leh

Day 03: Leh to Nubra Valley (120 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft.)We will stop at the pass to admire and click some photographs of the fantastic view, before driving down in the Nubra valley. Arrive at Deskit-the tiny capital of Nubra by afternoon. Rest of the day free to explore Deskit, Hunder Villages and camel Safari in Sand Dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village. Overnight in camp.

Day 04: Nubra Valley to Leh (120 Kms):
After Breakfast visit Deskit Monastery and drive back to Leh by same Route, crossing Khardungla Pass. Overnight in hotel.hemis

Day 05: Departure
Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.










Leh - Phey - Rumbak - Zingchen - Stok - Leh
( 05 Nights/06 Days )



Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel

Day 02: Leh to Phey to Rumbak (5 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Phey Bridge. Cross the bridge and start walking towards the Zingchen Gorge. Enroute one can see snow leopard signs along the valley bottom of the side valleys, if you are trekking during winter or early spring fall. Arrive Rumbak by evening. Overnight home stay.

Day 03: Wildlife Viewing (Full Day):
rumbakAfter breakfast proceed for full day wildlife viewing along with a trained local guide. Wildlife viewing possibilities are; Blue sheep, the Great Tibetan sheep or the Argali, various mountain and migratory birds, high altitude flora and occasionally a Tibetan Wolf or a Snow leopard . Overnight Home stay.


Day 04: Rumbak to Stok to Leh (8 Hours):
Make an early start for your trek up the Stokla pass (4900mts) for 3 hours. Follow the path on the extreme left along the south facing hillside. After one hour the path gets slower as you start climbing up to the pass. From the pass you can get great views of the Indus valley. Descend all the way down to the village of Stok. Optional visit to Stok Palace museum. Later drive back to Leh. Overnight in hotel.zingchen

Day 05: River Rafting on Indus River (Full Day):
Morning after breakfast drive to Phey and board your rafts for your destination point of Nimu. Later drive back to Leh. Rest of the Day free. Overnight in hotel

Day 06: Departure:

Early morning at 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.




Delhi - Leh - Hemis - Khardungla - Pangong - Leh - Delhi
( 05 Nights / 06 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:

lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our Representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: Full Day Sightseeing:
After breakfast drive for full day sightseeing to the Likir, Alchi Monastery, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Hall of Fame museum and Sangam (Confluence of Zanskar & Indus River).In the evening we will drive back to Leh. Overnight in hotel.

Day 03: Leh to Pangong Lake (160 Kms):
hemisAfter breakfast leave for Pangong Lake 14,500 ft, through Changla Pass 17,350 ft. third Highest Motorable road in the world. The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The Lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Overnight in the Camp.

Day 04: Pangong Lake to Leh (160 Kms):
After Breakfast drive back to Leh, enroute visit Hemis, Thikse Monastery and Shey Palace. Overnight in hotel.



Day 05: Leh to Khardong La to Leh (78 Kms):
KhardungLaDrive for Khardongla Pass, World’s highest motorable road at 18380 feet. In the afternoon we will drive back to Leh, hot lunch will be served at the hotel. After lunch you are free to explore the local markets. Overnight in hotel.

Day 06: Departure:
Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back.





Leh - Lamayuru - Pangong - Khardong La - Leh
(06 Nights /07 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight stay in the Hotel.

Day 02: Leh to Lamayuru to Ule (160 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Lamayuru enroute visit Liker Monastery and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Check in Camp at Alchi or Ule and enjoy your hot Lunch. After Lunch drive to visit the mesmerizing Moon landscapes and the Lamayuru monastery (Oldest Monastery in Ladakh). Overnight stay in the Camp or Hotel.

Day 03: Alchi to Leh (70 Kms):
PangongAfter breakfast visit Alchi monastery, later drive to leh en-route visit Basgo Palace and Hall of Fame. Arrive at Leh by afternoon. Hot Lunch at hotel. Afternoon free at your leisure. Overnight in hotel.

Day 04: Leh to Pangong Lake (160 Kms):
After breakfast leave for Pangong Lake 14,500 ft, through Changla Pass 17,350 ft. (third Highest Motor-able road in the world.) The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Overnight in camp.


Day 05: Pangong Lake to Leh (160 Kms):
KhardungLaAfter breakfast drive back to Leh, en-route visit Hemis, Thiksey Monastery and Shey Palace. These monasteries are built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. Overnight in hotel.

Day 06: Leh - Khardungla Pass - Leh:
After breakfast drive for Khardungla Pass, World’s highest motor-able road at 18380 feet (39 Kms. Approx.) Return to Leh in the afternoon. After lunch day at disposal to explore the local markets. Overnight in hotel.

Day 07: Departure:
Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back.



Leh - Hemis – Lamayuru - Kargil - Gulmarg - Srinagar
( 06 nights/ 07 days )



Day 01: Arrive Leh:
leh You will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: Full Day Visit to Monasteries (104 Kms):
After breakfast drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries. These monasteries were built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. After visiting the monasteries we will drive to Stok Palace Museum. The Museum showcases the worthy royal artifacts and paraphernalia which include royal crowns, precious heirlooms, copper coins, prayer instruments and materials, precious stones and jewelers and also very old 16th century Thangkas, the Thangkas represents the life and teachings of Buddha. Later return to Leh. Overnight in hotel.hemis

Day 03: Leh to Kargil (230 Kms):
After Breakfast leave for Kargil, enroute visit Gurudwara Pather Sahib, Alchi monastery, Moon landscape, Lamayuru (Oldest Monastery in Ladakh) and Giant Maitreya at Mulbekh. Arrive at Kargil by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 04: Kargil to Srinagar via Drass & Sonmarg (204 Kms):
After early breakfast drive to Srinagar passing through Drass, the second coldest inhabited Place on earth and you can have spectacular view of Kargil War famous Peaks Tiger Hill and other Peaks. Arrive at Srinagar by evening. Overnight in deluxe houseboat.

Day 05: Srinagar-Gulmarg-Srinagar (55 Kms):
LamayuruMorning leave for Gulmarg (Meadow of Flowers) 2730 Mts Above the sea level. The distance of 60 kms will be covered in about 2 hours. Gulmarg has one of the best ski slopes in the world and highest golf course with 18 holes. If weather permits one can also have the view of Nanga Parbat, the naked mountain that is over 26,000 feet’s and dominates the entire region, also enjoy cable car (Gondola) for mountain ride up to khilangmarg.In. In the evening drive back to Srinagar. Overnight in deluxe houseboat.

Day 6: In Srinagar:
Morning sightseeing of the Mughal Gardens, visiting Nishat Bagh built by Asaf Khan, the brother -in- law of Jehangir in 1632 AD, and Shalimar Bagh built by Jehangir for his wife empress Nur Jahan. All the gardens are situated on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan hills in the background. In the afternoon you take a Shikara ride on Dal Lake, where you will visit the floating vegetable gardens. While riding the Shikara’s there are plenty of opportunities for bird watching with plentiful species including Kingfisher, Little Bittern, Common Pariah Kites, Grebe etc. Dinner and Overnight in deluxe houseboat.

Day 07: Departure from Srinagar:
After breakfast transfer to Srinagar airport for onward flight.

Manali - Sarchu - Leh - Alchi - Nubra - Pangong - Leh
( 07 Nights/08 Days )


Day 01: Manali to Sarchu (222 Kms):
Leave for Sarchu by early Morning, through Rohtang Pass (13050 ft), Lahaul Valley, Tandi, Keylong, Jispa, lunch break at Darcha. After lunch drive to Sarchu through Baralacha Pass (16020 ft). Overnight in camp.

Day 02: Sarchu to Leh (255 Kms):
Leave for Leh by early morning, through Nakeela and Lachlangla Pass 16,617 ft. Lunch at Pang. After lunch drive to Leh passing through Morey plains (Biggest and Highest Plateau on Earth on Stretch of 42 Kms), Tanglang La Pass 17,585ft and Indus Valley. Arrive at Leh by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 03: Leh to Lamayuru to Ule (160 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Lamayuru enroute visit Liker Monastery and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Check in Camp at Alchi or Ule and enjoy your hot lunch. After lunch drive to visit the mesmerizing Moon landscapes and the Lamayuru monastery (Oldest Monastery in Ladakh). Overnight in camp or hotel.

Day 04: Alchi to Leh (70 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Leh enroute visit Alchi monastery, Basgo Palace and Hall of Fame. Arrive Leh by afternoon. Hot lunch will be served at hotel. Afternoon free for leisure and personal activities. Overnight in hotel.

Day 05: Leh to Pangong Lake To Leh (320 Kms):
After early breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft), through Changla Pass 17,350 ft., third highest motorable road in the world. The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Packed or hot lunch will be served. Enjoy the beauty of lake on the Banks of the Pangong while appreciating the changing Colors and fascinating high altitude of the Lake. Drive back to Leh by same route. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 06: Leh to Nubra Valley (120 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft.)we will stop at the pass to admire and click some photographs of the fantastic view, before driving down in the Nubra valley. Arrive at Deskit-the tiny capital of Nubra by afternoon. Rest of the day free to explore Deskit, Hunder Villages and camel Safari in Sand Dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village. In the evening drive to Panamik for your overnight in camp.

Day 07: Nubra Valley To Leh (120 Kms):
After breakfast visit Deskit Monastery and drive back to Leh by same Route, crossing Khardungla Pass. Overnight in hotel.

Day 08: Departure:
Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.

Leh - Alchi - Nubra - Pangong - Leh
( 07 Nights/08 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
leh You will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our Representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Leh Palace, Hall of Fame and Shanti Stupa. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: Leh to Lamayuru To Ule (160 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Lamayuru enroute visit Liker Monastery and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Check in Camp at Alchi or Ule and enjoy your hot Lunch. After Lunch drive to visit the mesmerizing Moon landscapes and the Lamayuru monastery (Oldest Monastery in Ladakh). Overnight stay in the camp or hotel.

Day 03: Alchi to Leh (70 Kms):
alchiAfter breakfast drive to Leh enroute visit Alchi monastery, Basgo Palace and Hall of Fame. Arrive at Leh by afternoon. Hot lunch at hotel. Afternoon free at your leisure. Overnight in hotel.

Day 04: Leh to Nubra Valley (120 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft.)we will stop at the pass to admire and click some photographs of the fantastic view,before driving down in the Nubra valley. Arrive at Deskit-the tiny capital of Nubra by afternoon. Rest of the day free to explore Deskit, Hunder Villages and camel Safari in Sand Dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village. Later driv e to Panamik for your overnight in camp.

Day 05: Nubra Valley To Leh (120 Kms):
PangongAfter breakfast visit Deskit Monastery and drive back to Leh by same route, crossing Khardungla Pass. Overnight in hotel.

Day 06: Leh to Pangong Lake (160 Kms):
After breakfast leave for Pangong Lake 14,500 ft, through Changla Pass 17,350 ft. third Highest Motor-able road in the world. The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Overnight in Camp.

Day 07: Pangong Lake to Leh (160 Kms):
After breakfast drive back to Leh, en-route visit Hemis, Thikse Monastery and Shey Palace. These monasteries are built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. Overnight in hotel.

Day 08: Departure:
Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back.

Srinagar - Kargil - Leh - Alchi - Pangong - Nubra - Leh
( 09 Nights / 10 Days )


Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met by our representative at the Srinagar airport . He will assist and transfer you to the deluxe houseboat. Afternoon sightseeing of the Mughal Gardens, visiting Nishat Bagh built by Asaf Khan, the brother -in- law of Jehangir in 1632 AD, and Shalimar Bagh built by Jehangir for his wife empress Nur Jahan. All the gardens are situated on the banks of the Dal Lake with the Zabarwan hills in the background. Overnight in deluxe houseboat.

Day 02: Srinagar – Pahalgam - Srinagar:
After breakfast drive to Pahalgam (The valley of shepherds).The total distance is about 96 kms, will be covered in about 3 hours. En-route, visiting the saffron fields of Pampore, Awantipura Ruins (1100 years old temple of Lord Vishnu built by the King Awantivarman), and enjoy the beautiful countryside. Drive through the pine forests. Arrive at Pahalgam and enjoy Lidder stream. Later walk along pony trails with a magnificent view of the mountains. Drive back to Srinagar. Overnight stay in deluxe houseboat.alchi

Day 03: Srinagar - Gulmarg - Srinagar:
Morning leave for Gulmarg(Meadow of Flowers) 2730 Mts. Above the sea level. The distance of 60 kms will be covered in about 2 hours. Gulmarg has one of the best ski slopes in the world and highest golf course with 18 holes. If weather permits one can also have the view of Nanga Parbat, the naked mountain that is over 26,000 feet’s and dominates the entire region, also enjoy cable car (Gondola) for mountain ride upto khilanmarg. In the evening Drive Back to Srinagar. Overnight in deluxe houseboat.

Day 04: Srinagar to Kargil (204 Kms):
After breakfast leave for Kargil, by visiting Sonamarg (Known as Meadow of Gold), Drass Village (2 Coldest inhabitated place in the World), Enroute have a magnificent view of Kargil war Famous Peaks (Tiger, Tololing), reach Kargil by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 05: Kargil to Alchi (160 Kms):
PangongAfter breakfast leave for Alchi, en-route visit Mulbek, Giant Living Buddha Sculpture on Rock Mountain, Lamayuru, the oldest Monastery of Ladakh and Moon Landscape. Arrive Alchi by evening. Overnight in camp.

Day 06: Alchi to Leh (70 Kms):
After breakfast leave for Leh enroute visit Alchi, Likir Monastery, Magnetic Hill, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara and Hall of Fame. Reach Leh by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 07: Leh to Pangong Lake To Leh (320 Kms):
After early breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft), through Changla Pass 17,350 ft., third highest motor-able road in the world. The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Packed or hot lunch will be served. Enjoy the beauty of lake on the Banks of the Pangong while appreciating the changing Colors and fascinating high altitude of the Lake. Drive back to Leh by same route. Overnight in hotel.

Day 08: Leh to Nubra Valley (120 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft). we will stop at the pass to admire and click some photographs of the fantastic view,before driving down in the Nubra valley. Arrive at Deskit-the tiny capital of Nubra by afternoon. Rest of the day free to explore Deskit, Hunder Villages and camel Safari in Sand Dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village. Later drive to Panamik for your overnight in camp.

Day 9: Nubra Valley to Leh (120 Kms):
After breakfast visit Deskit Monastery and drive back to Leh by same Route, crossing Khardungla Pass. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 10: Departure:
Early morning at 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back to Delhi.

Leh - Nubra - Panamik - Alchi - Dhahanu - Kargil – Padum- Tsomoriri - Pangong - Leh
(13 nights / 14 days)



Day 01: Arrive Leh:
lehYou will be met at the airport upon your arrival in Leh. Our Representative will then escort you to your pre-booked hotel situated in the central part of the city. The day will be spent in complete rest to acclimatize you in this high altitude region. In the evening you will take a light stroll to the market. Overnight in hotel.

Day 02: Leh to Nubra Valley (120 Kms):
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft.)we will stop at the pass to admire and click some photographs of the fantastic view,before driving down in the Nubra valley. Arrive at Deskit-the tiny capital of Nubra by afternoon. Rest of the day free to explore Deskit, Hunder Villages and camel Safari in Sand Dunes between Deskit and Hunder Village. Later drive to Panamik for your overnight in camp. alchi

Day 03: Nubra Valley To Leh (120 Kms):

After breakfast visit Deskit Monastery and drive back to Leh by same route, crossing Khardungla Pass. Overnight in hotel.

Day 04: Leh to Pangong Lake To Leh (320 Kms):
After early breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft), through Changla Pass 17,350 ft., third highest motor-able road in the world. The drive takes about 3-4 hours to reach. The lake is situated on the borders of India and Tibet. The lake is around 120 kms long and 50 kms in width. The lake is home to a large number of migratory and resident birds. Packed or hot lunch will be served. Enjoy the beauty of lake on the Banks of the Pangong while appreciating the changing Colors and fascinating high altitude of the Lake. Drive back to Leh by same route. Overnight in hotel.

Day 05: Leh to Alchi (70 Kms):
PangongAfter breakfast drive to Alchi enroute visit Basgo Palace, Liker Monastery and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Arrive Alchi by afternoon. Packed or hot lunch will be served. Visit Alchi monastery and spend rest of the day free to explore Alchi village. Overnight in hotel or camp.

Day 06: Alchi to Kargil:
After breakfast drive to Kargil. Arrive Kargil by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 07: Kargil to Padum (250 Kms):
Early morning drive to Padum (Zanskar), On the way you have magnificent view of Nun Kun Peak and Dran Drung Glacier. Visit Rangdum Monastery. Reach Padum by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 08: Padum:
After breakfast leave for full sightseeing of Karsha, Stongdey & Sani. Back to Padum by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 09: Padum to Kargil (250 Kms):
After breakfast leave back to Kargil by same route via Penzi La Pass. Overnight in hotel.

Day 10: Kargil to Leh (230 Kms):
After breakfast leave back to Leh by same route. Reach Leh by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 11: Leh to Tsomoriri Lake (240 Kms):
After breakfast leave for Tsomoriri Lake (240 Kms. approx.) via Push, Chumathang (Hot spring) Reach Tsomoriri by afternoon. Evening take a walk around the lake to enjoy the scenic beauty. Overnight in camp.

Day 12: Tsomoriri Lake to Tsokar Lake (120 Kms):
Early morning leave for leisure walk around the Lake and enjoy the beauty of Lake and Changing colors. After breakfast leave back for Tsokar Lake, enroute visit Sulphur mines. Arrive Tsokar Lake by afternoon. Packed lunch will be served.Evening free for leisure. Overnight in Camp.

Day 13: Tsokar to Leh (130 Kms):
After breakfast drive to leh passing through Tanlang la, second height motor-able road in the world 17,585 ft. enroute visit hemis and thiksey monasteries and shey palace. These monasteries were built in between the period of 15th and 17th centuries, the monasteries are a living example of the Buddhist teachings .An interesting collection of murals, frescoes and statues can be seen inside the main temples. Arrive Leh by evening. Overnight in hotel.

Day 14: Departure:

Early morning by 06:00 hrs you will be transfer to airport to board flight back.

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