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₹ 33500 /-* Per Person

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Ladakh, a word which means “land of high passes”, is a region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir of Northern India sandwiched between the Karakoram mountain range to the north and the Himalayas to the south and is situated at the height of 11,400 ft.

Tour Includes

Accommodation On Twin Sharing Basis.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner.
Assistance Upon Arrival And Departure, Welcome In Ladakhi Style Tea In Hotel Or Guest House.
Transfers, Sightseeing & Overland Journey By Non-Air-Conditioned Vehicle.
Wildlife Fee.
Environment Fee Charges.
First Aid Medical Kit In Cab.

Tour Excludes

Meals Other Than Those Specified.
Personal Expenses Like Portages, Tips, Laundry, Mineral Water Etc.
Monument Entrances, Camera Charges, Etc.
Any Activity Not Mentioned In The Inclusions
Travel Insurance
Additional Cost Due To Flight Cancellation/ Roadblocks, Political Unrest Etc.
Additional Cost Of Hotel To Be Borne By Customer In Case Of Road Blockage Due To Snow.


  • Day 1 Arrive In Leh

    Upon Arrival In Leh, Welcome By Our Local Representative And Transfer To A Ladakhi

    Style Hotel. Later Take A Complete Rest For Acclimatization To The Arid High Altitude Of Leh (3505 M). Later In The Evening Enjoy The Sunset Point (Shanti Stupa & Leh Market) Followed By Dinner And Overnight Stay At The Hotel.

  • Day 2 Sham Valley Excursion (90 Kms Round Trip)

    After Breakfast You Drive Downstream Along The River Indus On Leh – Kargil Highway. Enjoy Sightseeing With Hall Of Fame (Museum Constructed By India Army) Near Leh Is Worth A Visit For Every Indian, And Proceed Further To Gurudwara Patthar Sahib Nestled Deep In The Himalayas, A Drive Of Another 4 Km Took Us To Magnetic Hill Which Defies The Law Of Gravity & Further Driving Through A Picturesque Landscape We Reached The Confluence Of The Indus And Zanskar River. After Visiting Above Places We Drive Back To Leh Enroute Visiting Spituk Monastery, Built In 15th Century During The Reign Of Grags ‘Bum-Lde, These New Gelug-Pa Monastery Was Built Like Fortress On The Summit Of Crags. Evening At Leisure And Overnight At Hotel In Leh

  • Day 3 Leh - Nubra Valley (125 Kms / 4Hrs)

    Today After Breakfast Drive About 04- 05 Hrs. [125 Kms] To Nubra – Known As Valley Of Flowers. After Drive About 02 Hrs. We Will Reach – The World’s Highest Motorable Road Called Khardungla High About 18,380 Feet Above Sea Level. From The Top We Can See The Most Beautiful View Of Indus Valley & Its Snow Covered Peaks Towering The Sky And Other Side Of The Pass If Weather Remain Clear We Can See Karakorum Mountain Range And Peaks Too. We Descend Down To Beautiful Valley & Transfer To The Hotel, Later Have Rest Till Evening ,Before Sunset We Will Take You For A Short Drive To Hunder Sand Dunes To Visit & Ride Double Humped Bactrian Camel, Later Back To Hotel For Overnight Stay. If Time Permits We Will Have A Village Walk To See Local People & Its Culture.

  • Day 4 Nubra To Leh

    Morning After Breakfast We Will Visit The Most Picturesque Disket Monastery On The Hill Top. Later Continue Drive To Other Side Of Nubra Valley – Was The Main Part Of Silk Route. We Will Continue Our Drive Back To Leh Via Khardungla. Reach Leh & Transfer To Hotel For Overnight Stay.

  • Day 5 Leh To Pangong, Via Changla Pass - 5320 Mts) (150 Kms /5-6hrs)

    After Breakfast, Drive (154 Km/ 6 Hrs) To The Spectacular Changthang Valley, Winding Your Way Over The Exhilarating Chang La (5320m.)- The Second Highest Point Of Our Journey. The Landscape On The Way To Pangong Is Just Spectacular. Overnight In Camp Or Guesthouse

  • Day 6 Pangong Explore And Drive Back To Leh.

    The Lake Is Situated At 13,930 Ft./ About 4300 Mts. Above Sea Level And Is 125 Km Long, But Is  Only Four Km At Its Widest, And Extends Almost In A Straight Line, Way To Tibet; In Fact, Only A Quarter Of The Lake Is In India. En Route You Will See Some Himalayan Marmots & Migrated Birds. Later Leave For Leh For Overnight In A Hotel.

  • Day 7 Departure

    Transfer To Airport For Onwards Journey.