Explore Ladakh

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Explore Ladakh

Ladakh is a mountainous area in North India also called the "country of high mountain passes." The capital of Ladakh, Leh, is located at 3500 metres above sea level in the Great Himalayan, Karakoram, Zanskar, and Ladakh ranges. Ladakh is famed for its isolated alpine scenery and monasteries and stupas. Because of its proximity to Tibet and strong ties to Tibetan culture, Ladakh is frequently referred to as "Little Tibet."

Day 1

Leh

Once you arrive at Leh Airport, our representative will greet you and guide you to your hotel. A refreshing welcome drink should lift your spirits up. High altitudes require some biological adjustments and we recommend that you take complete rest before you begin your adventure on the next day. Stay the day and night at the hotel in Leh as you enjoy your arrival and get accustomed to the weather and height. Overnight stay Dinner Breakfast

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Overnight stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Leh – Indus valley Monastery

A full day tour awaits you today. You will get to see some of the most beautiful palaces and monasteries in the Indus Valley as you drive along River Indus. The magnificent summer palace called the Shey Palace is a sight to see - it belongs to the Royal family and the Thiksey Monastery in Ladakh. See the wonderful Maitrey Buddha enshrined here. You will also get to visit the Hemis Monastery, which is the largest and richest monastery in Ladakh. We should be back in Leh by sun down. Enjoy a leisurely evening and an overnight stay.

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Night Stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Day 2
Day 3

Leh - Nubra Valley - Khardung LA

We recommend a hearty breakfast before we embark on a long journey of about 39 kms between Leh, and Nubra Valley via Khardung La on road. Khardung La is the highest motorable pass and lies at 18,380 feet above sea level. A popular attraction, you can alight at this highest point and feel the chilly yet calm wind blowing, enjoy the expanse of Leh right below the valley and feel the power of the altitude. For most visitors this is a memory never to forget. Explore Hunder Village, the rest of the valley, a ride on the Bactrian camel in the sand dunes and inspect the Diskit Monastery. We should once again be back at camp in Leh by sundown. Alternatively, enjoy a great evening at a hotel in Nubra.

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Overnight Stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Nubra Valley – Pangong

About 150kms and 4400m east of Leh lies the Pangong Lake. After your breakfast, we get to drive into the Changthang region of Ladakh through the Durbuk and Tangtse Villages. Here you will get to admire the amazing lake that changes colour at least four to five times in a day. Enjoy a quiet walk along the lake, explore the area and camp overnight at Pangong.

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Overnight Stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Day 4
Day 5

Pangong - Leh

What’s a trip worth if you don’t have photos? After a delectable breakfast you get to click some great morning photographs and then head back to Leh. We should drive through Chang La Pass once again - enjoy its altitude and beauty as we get back to Leh by afternoon. Take time out to do some shopping and get some collectibles.

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Overnight Stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Leh – Ulley – Alchi Via Lamayuru

The trip isn’t over yet on Day 6 as you visit the Lamayuru Monastery situated at least 125 kms from Leh. Visit the Likir Monastery enroute and get an eyeful of the lunar-like landscape formations near Lamayuru Village. Later, you get to visit Ulleytokpo or Alchi where you stay overnight.

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Night Stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Day 6
Day 7

Ulley – Alchi – Leh

The Rizong Nunnery holds a special significance for Tibetian monks. The Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated at the Rizong caves. After your breakfast, we will be heading back to Leh and enroute, will visit one of the largest nunneries, the Rizong Nunnery in Ladakh. You also get to witness the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers called the Sangam - where one is sky blue and the other is muddy green. Also known as the Cyclops Hill, the magnetic hill creates an optical illusion of a hill - but in fact, is a downhill road - watch this magnificence from a safe distance. Finally, you also visit the Military Hall of Fame, the Shanti Stupa for an aerial view of Leh and also go for a walk along Leh bazaar. We are back in Leh now by sundown.

OVERNIGHT

Overnight Stay, Dinner, Breakfast

Depart Leh

On Day 8, it's time to say our goodbyes. Have a hearty breakfast and get transferred to Leh Airport to get back to your place of origin or fly across to your next destination.

Breakfast, Checkout

Day 8

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