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About the Tour

Ladakh, the Land of High Passes, wins hearts with its simplicity and rugged natural beauty.
Spectacular landscapes enfolded by serrated mountains, give the region its unique character.
Largely influenced by Buddhism, Ladakh is home to numerous ornate monasteries. The pristine
natural heritage of this fabled realm can be seen in its picturesque lakes, unspool by human
civilization. Showcasing an exotic character and cloaked in a transcendental aura, Ladakh is a
destination, which is gaining immense popularity among globetrotters Ladakh tour package are
opportunities that would take you to see a world, so serene and picture- perfect, that is would
seem like a dreamland. Reaching Ladakh can be a little tricky due to the undulating quality of its
terrain; however, it is accessible by various means of transport, the main airport in the region is
in Leh, its largest city. There are roads to access Ladakh for those, Who would like to enjoy a
drive. People can use National Highway 1D to come here from Srinagar or drive on the more
popular Leh – Manali Highway. Ladakh has been bestowed with an abundance of nature
wonders. Located in the north eastern part of Ladakh,TheNubra Valley matches the ideals of
scenic Beauty…

Brief Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Leh

Day 02: Leh – Shey – Thiksey- Himis & Leh

Day 03: Leh – Khardung-La – Hundur – Nubra Valley

Day 04: Nubra Valley – Shyok – Durbuk – Tangste – PangongTso

Day 05: Pangong to Leh Via Changla Pass

Day 06: Leh – Sangam –Magnetic hill, Hall of fame

Day 07: Leh airport drop,


Day 1Arrival in Leh

Arrival in Leh, our representative will transfer you to Hotel in Leh where you will check in with
a traditional welcome. Days rest advised to acclimatize to the high altitude of Ladakh. In the
evening visit Shanti Stupa, a popular sunset spot with a panoramic city view and then to Leh
Palace, later drop at the local bazaar in Leh to explore the city. Spend overnight at the Shanila
Guest House.
Shanti Stupa (Japanese Peace Pagoda): Shanti Stupa/Japanese peace pagoda is built by a
Japanese religious organization headed by Head monk Nakamura with help from the
organization and local people. It is situated at a hill top in Changspa village providing a bird’s
eye view of the Leh town. Architecturally it has the Japanese touch with small clean rooms on
the side for mediators and the main Japanese shrine at the entrance.
Leh Palace: The Palace overlooks Leh town and is modeled on the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.
The palace was built by King SenggeNamgyal 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 storey’s 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. The richest collection of jewellery,
ornaments, Thangkas, ceremonial dresses, crowns, and centuries-old pieces of jewellery are kept
here for public display. There are Chinese Thangka or sooth paintings which are more than 450
years old but still look new.
Day 02: Leh – Shey – Thiksey- Himis & Leh (approx 5

Day 2Leh – Shey – Thiksey- Himis & Leh (approx 56 km)

After breakfast, visit Thiksey Monastery, shay place, Ranchos school,. In the evening return to
Leh overnight stay at the hotel
Hemis monastery is about 45 kms south of Leh. It is one of the most famous and largest
monasteries in Ladakh. This beautiful monastery belongs to the Drukpa order and was founded
in the early 17′Th century.
Thiksey Monastery is located close to Shey and is about 17 kms from Leh. This monastery is
considered to be one of the most beautiful monasteries in Ladakh and belongs to the Gelukspa
Shey place is about 15 kms from Leh. It used to be the summer palace of the kings of Ladakh.
There are lots of Stupas and Gompas built around the palace. SheyGompa was built in the
beginning of 17th century AD by DeldanNamgyal. One of the major attractions in Shey is the
12m Shakyamuni Buddha statue located inside the Dresthang Gompa

Day 3 Leh - Khardung-La - Hundur - Nubra Valley (approx 150 km)

After breakfast in the morning, we will ride to Nubra Valley. Start your ride at 9:00 am. En route
visit Khardung-La, the highest motorable road in the world at 18,380ft. The pass on the Ladakh
Range lies north of Leh and is the gateway to the Shyok and Nubra valleys. The Siachen Glacier
lies part way up the latter valley. Built in 1976, it was opened to public motor vehicles in 1988
and has since seen many automobile, motorbike and mountain biking expeditions. Maintained by
the Border Roads Organization, the pass is strategically important to India as it is used to carry
supplies to the Siachen Glacier, Overnight Hotel at HunderNubra.
Nubra Valley is popularly known as Ldorma or the valley of flowers. It is situated to the north of
Ladakh between the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas. Arrive at Hunder& check
in at Hotel. Later enjoy the Camel ride on sand dunes. Like an oasis amidst the cold desert,
Hunder Sand Dunes are beautiful beyond imagination. Located at an altitude of 4,000 meters, the
desert is cut across by a gentle stream and the beautiful countryside. With such stunning
landscapes against the backdrop of the snow-clad mountains, the Hunder Sand Dune looks
nothing less than a fairy world. Beyond its beauty, the dunes are home to the Bactrian Camels,
the major key players during the ancient silk route, and Pashmina Goats. Tourists can also go on
a safari on the Bactrian camel that will take them back to the time when the trade was quite
prominent within Central Asia and to the remote village of Hunder, Overnight Hotel at Nubra.

Day 4Nubra Valley – Shyok – Durbuk – Tangste – PangongTso (approx 153 km

After early breakfast, check out early and start your journey alongside Shyok River. This route
follows the Shyok River from Agham to Shyok Village, 36 km. You will have to cross the water
streams on the way. Stop at Shyok village for a quick bite and snacks and move to PangongTso
which is perhaps one of the most amazing lakes in Asia which changes its color 4 – 5 times a
day. At evening, enjoy the breathtaking view of Pangong Lake, Overnight in Camp at Pangong
The Pangong Lake or “lake of the great hollow” is considered as the largest lake in Asia. The
water is clearer though salty. It is believed that these waters must have been fresh at some
ancient age. The mountain ranges at the Pangong’s north-western extremity are of lime stones
which seem to affect its water. The Crystal clear salty water shines in many shades of blue
depending upon its depth. It literally changes shades with sunlight. With a backdrop of
mountains of various hues and colors, it is a sight for the Gods. At an elevation of 4300 meter,
the air is cool even in summers at Ladakh. Pangong Lake is about 4 Km wide on the average and
at least 136 Km long. The extent of the known portion is, therefore, upwards of 250 square miles
(400 sq km)

Day 5Pangong to Leh Via Changla Pass (approx 156 km)

After breakfast at campsite, we will start our journey to Leh. En route you will cross Spangmik,
Lukung, Tangste, Durbuk and Chang-La. Chang-La is situated at a height of 5360m. ASL
(considered being world’s 3rd highest motorable road). Stop here for quick tea and snacks and
move towards Leh, on the way visit Himis, Thiksay & Rancho school
Overnight hotel in Leh

Day 6 Leh – Sangam –Magnetic hill, Hall of fame – Leh (approx 28 km)

After breakfast, visit Sham Valley Tours Sangam{ confluence} Magnetic Hill, Parhar Sahib,
Hall of Fame,{Army museum }, In the evening return to Leh overnight stay at the hotel.
Your first stop can be at you follow the Indus running through a deep gorge, and emerge to view
a dramatic confluence of the muddy Indus with the sparkling blue Zanskar river{ Option Rafting
in Zanskar River}
The next stop is not one to be missed – around 5km further, you will find a sign on your side of
the road that reads “Magnetic Hill”. Park your vehicle; turn off the engine, release the brake and
you will find yourself moving uphill for a good 10ft or more, without any external assistance!
The explanation for this gravity-defying feat is something as mundane as an optical illusion but
you be the judge!!
Next GurudwaraPathar Sahib. According to legend, in 1517 when Guru Nanak was on his
way back after a two year journey to Nepal, Sikkim and Tibet, he stopped and spent time here.
The Gurudwara holds the rock with the imprint of Guru Nanak’s sitting body and is visited by
people of all the faiths.
Hall of Fame, located near the LehAirfiled. This museum is constructed as well as maintained
by the Indian Army in the memory of the soldiers who had lost their lives during the Indo-Pak
wars. It is also termed as a memorial for the war heroes. This building consists of two floors.
While on the ground floor, there is information about the brave soldiers as and a souvenir shop
but on the first floor, there are artifacts of various wars (mainly Kargil war) such as the weapons
used during the war and some important documents, related to the same. Overnight stay at hotel
in Leh

Day 7Leh airport drop

After breakfast at hotel, check-out and we will drop you at Leh airport for your onward journey

Departure & Return Location

Leh (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • Transportation Leh to Leh
  • 6 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • 12 Meals ( 6 breakfast & 6 dinner)
  • All Parking charges, toll tax, and driver's night charge
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Food other than mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any other activity charges like camera charges, video & gopro charges. Adventure activities fares etc.
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Things To Carry??

  • Down Jacket or main jacket
  • Sunscream
  • Thermal wears
  • Lower or Trek pants
  • Extra Pair of Socks
  • Outdoor or Trekking shoes
  • Hats/Caps
  • 2 Water Bottle( 1 litre each)
  • Power bank
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Toiletries
  • Rucksack & Daily Backpack
  • Personal medicines
  • Documents – ID (Driver’s License, AADHAR Card, Voter ID:: Passport and Visa copy for Foreign Nationals)