The roof of the world Ladakh India opens to tourists only in the last two decades. Much of it is over 3,000 m (9,800 ft) above sea level. It spans the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges and the upper Indus River valley. Ladakh is famous for its picturesque beauty, unique culture, Buddhist monasteries, and exciting adventure spots. Mountain passes of India is Leh Ladakh's best itinerary for 10 days which starts, ends in Delhi. Our itinerary for Leh Ladakh trip from Delhi covers the culture of Leh Ladakh, river rafting, monasteries, famous mountain passes, lakes, and local bazaar and more.
Tour of famous monasteries
Local village visit
Over night luxury tent accommodation
Camel ride in Nubra valley
Overnight at pangong lake
Accommodation on double sharing as per program
Daily Breakfast & dinner in hotel / camps site
Entrance tickets and fees for monuments
Delhi - Leh - Delhi return flight in economy class
01 camel ride in Nubra valley
Transport from one destination to another destination.
English speaking tour guide from entire tour
Any Visa / travel insurance
Tips / Gratitude to drivers/ guide
Any soft and hard drinks during meal time.
Any personal expenses like room service, Spa or phone calls or internet
Any thing not mentioned above in inclusion
Day 01 : Arrival Delhi - Fly to Leh Arrival at Delhi airport early in the morning. Handling of customs formalities and meeting with the guide who will accompany you to the national terminal to take the flight to Leh, Make sure you get a window seat! Ladakh from Sky is awesome! Keep your camera and binoculars ready 15 minutes before arrival, Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel and lunch at the restaurant. Leh is the biggest city of Ladakh, the union territory of India, also nicknamed "Little Tibet", is located at an altitude of 3500 meters, so you need to be able to relax and acclimatize to the Himalayan altitude for rest of the day. Important note:All flights to Leh from Delhi departs from 06.00 hrs - 09.00 hrs in the morning hence try to land in Delhi at least 4 hours before the internal flight to Leh.
Day 02 : Excursion to Shey - Thiksey - Spituk Departure for Shey, the ancient capital of Ladakh located 15 km from Leh. Here, between the heights of a hill with a breathtaking view, stands one of the most evocative monasteries in the region, dating back to 1655 and containing the famous statue of the golden Buddha. The enveloping spiritual atmosphere will capture your mind and you will have time to enjoy the benefits. Continue to the Thiksey monastery, which stands alone on the slopes of a rock formation above the homonymous village and is home to 60 Buddhist monks. Finally, visit the Spituk monastery.
Day 03 : Nubra via Khardungla pass Departure early for the spectacular Nubra Valley, enjoy the drive up to Khardung La on the winding road. Savor the sight of Stok Kangri and other peaks of Ladakh ranges simmering in the sunrise, drink lovely tea and savor some light snacks in Fauji canteen or you can pick up some souvenir as well here. Upon arrival have little rest and then reach the dunes of the Himalayan desert place where people go for camel riding. take a camel and go for a ride in the dunes. Walk around in the dunes and click some nice pictures even as sunsets on the horizon.
Day 04 : Diskit e Hunder Visit the Diskit monastery and the beautiful statue of Avalokiteshwara. Enjoy the panoramic view of Shyok valley from here. the largest and oldest in the Nubra Valley, later drive to Hunder after visiting the monastery. On the way enjoy the sight of dunes on one side and mighty mountains on the other
Day 05 : Uleytokpo via Khardungla - Basgo Drive Once again early morning departure for Uleytokpo, crossing the khardung la pass again, lunch in Leh, en route stopped at magnetic hill experience and One of the most arresting moils of nature in Ladakh is Sangam, the confluence Indus and Zanskar Rivers. Nestled between the stunning mountains of the cold desert, there is a vantage point at about 35 km from Leh near the village of Nimmu.
Day 06 : Leh via Lamayuru - Alchi Wake In the morning visit, Lamayuru monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh dating back to the 10th century, while it is also the largest existing gompa in Ladakh, while returning to Leh visit Alchi, situated on the banks of the mighty Indus River in Alchi village (Ladakh), Alchi Monastery is one of the oldest Buddhist learning centers and a treasure of the Himalayas. The beautiful village of Alchi is nestled in the lower segment of Ladakh, 66 km away from the town of Leh. If time permits visit the castle of Basgo and back to Leh
Day 07 : Pangong via Chang la pass Morning drive to Pangong via Changla, The Chang La is a high mountain pass in Ladakh, India. It is claimed to be the second-highest motor-able road in the world. To approach the pass, one should have some good driving skills as it is steep. Especially during the summer when the snow melts and small streams cross the trails, it gets extremely difficult for the travelers to cross the pass. After having a 15- 20 min tea/coffee break here continue driving to Pangong lake, our final destination for tonight with a breathtaking view, Pangong Tso, Tibetan for "high grassland lake", also referred to as Pangong Lake, is an endorheic lake in the Himalayas situated at a height of about 4,350 m. It is 134 km long and extends from India to the Tibetan Autonomous Region, China.
Day 08 : Leh via Hemis After a relaxing morning and holding a cup of coffee while seeing lake water we proceed towards Leh, on the way visit Hemis gompa just before Leh, Hemis Monastery is the largest Tibetan monastery in the Ladakh region. It is one of the most visited monasteries by tourists in Ladakh. Hemis Monastery belongs to the Drukpa lineage or the red sect of Buddhism and is said to have been first established in the 11th century, and then re-established in the 17th century (the year 1670 approximately) by the then King Sengge Namgyal. So manifestly, it is enriched with a great deal of history and legends.Hemis Monastery belongs to the Drukpa lineage or the red sect of Buddhism and is said to have been first established in the 11th century, and then re-established in the 17th century (the year 1670 approximately) by the then King Sengge Namgyal. So manifestly, it is enriched with a great deal of history and legends.
Day 09 : Delhi Departure from Leh airport to Delhi. On arrival, free time for shopping and optional activities. In the afternoon we will visit the beautiful Sikh Bangla sahib Temple. In the evening we will celebrate the end of the journey with a typical dinner in an Indian style restaurant. In the end, transfer to the airport in time for the international flight.
NOTE Guide price is based on 04 adults ( with 02 rooms ) or 02 adults + 02 kids ( 02 rooms ) travel together Price is subject to change during peak / festival season or less than 04 pax are traveling
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