This trip begins from Ladakh, where we pick-up from the airport & transfer to hotel, We relax and acclimatize on the 1st day. Then visit the monasteries, which portray the Buddhist culture of Ladakh. We explore other areas around Leh, visiting the Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake, Khardungla Pass and also indulging with locals to understand and experience their simple ways of life.
Upon arrival at the Leh Airport, our representative will guide you to your Hotel/Guest House. Rest of the day is at leisure. O/n in the hotel/ Guest House.
Day 02 : Excursion towards Western Part of Ladakh
After breakfast, we will be drive towards the Western region of ladakh, which is about 3 hours (60 kms) drive. Back to Leh City by evening. O/n in the hotel/ Guest House.
Spituk Gompa: 8 kms from Leh, was founded by Od-de, the elder brother of Lha Lama Changchub Od in the 11th Century. Founded as a Red Hat institution, the monastery was taken over by the Yellow Hat sect in the 15th century. The monastery contains 100 monks and a giant statue of Godess Kali (unveiled during the annual Spituk festival). Every year the Gustor Festival is held at Spituk.
Hall of Fame: You is a museum dedicated to the soldiers of Ladakhi Region, who fought the Kargil War and the Indian military posted at the Siachen Glacier. One can see different weapons used during Kargil War and many facts about Siachen.
Alchi Monastery & Alchi Hyrdo-dam
Day 03 : Leh - Nubra Valley (126kms, 6hrs)
After an early breakfast we depart for Nubra valley crossing the Khardung-La pass, the highest motorable road in the world at 5359m/ 17582ft, around 39kms from Leh. Reach Hundar village in Nubra valley and check in the guest house. After lunch and relaxing for some time, we move out to take a tour of Nubra valley visiting Diskit gompa, double humped camel ride and Hundar village. O/n in the guest house.
Nubra Valley: Nubra means Ldumra (the valley of flowers), situated in the north of Leh. The average altitude of the valley is about 10,000 ft. above the sea level. The main attraction here, are The Bactarian Camels (double humped camels) around sand dunes, Deskit & Samstanling monasteries.
Diskit Gompa: is the oldest and largest Buddhist monastery (gompa) in the Nubra valley, founded by Lama Sherab Zangpo of Stod in about 1420 AD during the reign of King Dragspa. About 100 monks reside in the gompa, which is a branch of Thiksey monastery. The monastery has statue of Maitreya Buddha in the prayer hall.
Hundar: is a beautiful village to stay with lot of trees and you will really enjoy your stay at Hundar. It has a small monastery and ruined fort above the village. The walk or Camel Safari (Double Hump bacterian camels) from Hundar to Deskit, through sand dunes for two hours is wonderful.
Day 04 : Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake via Shayok River
Cross a one of fabalous view between nubra valley and pangong, journey was little bit rough but view is tremodous and spectacular view in the ladakh.
Day 05: Pangong Lake to Leh on a way local sightseeing towards the below places
Hemis Gompa: About 45 kms south of Leh, Hemis is one of the most famous and largest monasteries in Ladakh. It belongs to the Drukpa order and was founded in the early 17 th century. It is best known to tourists for the colorful festival held in the month of July.
Thiksey Gompa: is considered to be one of the most beautiful monasteries in Ladakh and belongs to the Gelukspa order. It is noted for its resemblance to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet and is the largest gompa in central Ladakh.
Stok Palace: was constructed in the year 1825. This is where The Royal Family of Ladakh currently resides. A ritual dance-mask festival is held here annually.Day 06 : Leisure in Leh City Visit Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Spituk Gompa, Hall of Fame and around market. This is preferred to be a contingency day for unseen events or delays due to bad weather, flight cancellations etc. This can be used for resting or local sightseeing etc. O/n in the hotel.
Shanti Stupa: was constructed by a Japanese Buddhist organization, known as 'The Japanese for World Peace'. The aim behind the construction of the stupa was to commemorate 2500 years of Buddhism and to promote World Peace. His Holiness, the Dalai Lama inaugurated the Shanti Stupa in the year 1985. It offers spectacular views of the sunrise and sunset. The Stupa looks best at night, when it is beautifully illuminated with glittering lights.
Leh Palace: overlooks the Ladakhi Himalayan town of Leh, modelled on the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. The palace was built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century, but was later abandoned when Dogra forces took control of Ladakh in the mid-19th century. The royal family moved to Stok Palace. Leh Palace is nine storeys high; the upper floors accommodated the royal family, the stables and store rooms were in the lower floors. The palace, a ruin, is currently being restored by the Archaeological Survey of India. The palace is open to the public and the roof provides panoramic views of Leh and the surrounding areas.
Day 07 : Departure to Home
Enjoy a last view of Ladakh before Leaving to Leh Airport for your flight home. We hope you depart with happy and vivid memories of this enchanting, mysterious landscape and we look forward to welcoming you again in Ladakh. Why not share some of your photos and memories via our website and Facebook group/Page?
Food: Bed & Breakfast in Hotel/ Guest House/ Tents
Accommodation: Tents in Pangong & Nubra . Hotel/ Guest House in Leh.
Travel: local sightseeing in the vehicle, as per itinerary
1 x Xyo Vechicle (6 Pax ) , If Morethan 6 Pax than 1 x Tempo Traveller
Sightseeing, Guide Charges, Monastery & other Monument entry fees
Local sim card for mobile phone in Leh
Inner Line Permit
Travel Fare from Delhi to Leh & Leh to Delhi.
Any kind of Extra Meals/ Drinks ordered
Tips, Phone Calls & Laundry
Any kind of Personal Expenses
Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay due flight cancellation, bad weather, ill health, road block or any other factors beyond our control
Government & GST Tax
Insurance for accident, theft, medical, evacuation etc
Any expenses not included above
Inner Line Permit
Flight delays and cancellations is an issue when travelling from Delhi to Leh and back. It is advisable to check with the airlines before hand on the same.
Carrying an id proof is mandatory.
Travelling in vehicles beyond mentioned in the itinerary will charged extra on actual. The same should be settled with the driver itself.
Some changes in the itinerary might have to be considered due to delays because of bad weather, road block and other unseen events.
Acclimatization is to be considered seriously for a good and fun filled trip.
Map & Directions
Map & Directions
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