6 Days Ladakh Package Tour from Leh

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6 Days
Lehand
Leh
Min Age : 5+
Max People : 20

leh ladakh tour

Tour Description

The Land of Colorful Mountains, Pristine Lakes and Ancient Monasteries.

This adventure will take you from the scorching heat of the North India plains to the interior regions of the Mighty Himalayan Deserts of Ladakh. We will pass through the highest motor able Passes of the world with snow walls, picturesque locations, scattered and remote villages. Where one encounter incredible, gentle, easy to interact, outgoing, and helpful, hard-working, God-fearing, people of this region. Savor legendary hospitality of the natives of this region.

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What to Expect
  • Standard accommodation at vantage locations on twin sharing basis
  • Expert drivers
  • Personalized attention to details.
  • Local Guides, who have been to this trail number of times
  • Neat and clean accommodation in homestays/ hotels and camps.
  • Hygienic, nutritious and variety in meals.
  • Paramount concern for safety of adventurers
  • Exhilarating drive through High Mountain passes.
  • Pristine glory of high altitude lake.
  • Confluence of Zanksar and Indus Rivers.
  • Lakes which changes color at different times of the day.
  • Surrounding intrigue and customs of villages on the trail.
  • Great concern for the environment and its preservation during each step of the adventure..
  • The exhilarating drive through High Mountain passes.
  • Unique architectural, artistic and spiritual experience of the monasteries.
  • Employment generation for local population though sustainable tourism.
  • Legendary hospitality of natives while staying in Home stays

Departure & Return Location

Departure from Lehand the Trip Calls off at Leh.

Departure Time

As per schedule

Itinerary

Day 1. Leh

Arrival a Leh. You will be received at the Airport and transferred to Hotel. Full day rest for acclimatization and in the evening visit to the market area, to get the first hand feel of the city. After dinner overnight stay will be in hotel.

Day 2. Leh:

Visit local sights of Leh like Paathar Saheb Gurudwara, confluence of Zanksar and Sindhu rivers, Magnetic Hill and Shanti Stupa. Overnight stay will be in Leh.

Day 3. Leh- Nubra Valley-Hundar-Diskit:

In two days you will be completely acclimatized and the risk of AMS eliminated after breakfast, proceed for Nubra valley crossing the highest motor able pass of the world, Khardung La (18380 feet). Halt at North Pullu, the base camp for Siachin Glacier for breathtaking landscape and photographic sessions. Visit Hundar, famous for the Bactrian camels with a double hump. Enjoy the ride at an extra cost. Visit Diskit Monastery and be amazed at its location. Then proceed to the camping site for an overnight stay.

Nubra Valley: It was part of the ancient silk trade route between India and China. The flat plateau, dunes, gigantic mountains backdrop of blue sky in the company of greenish waters of Shyok River the unique setting of this place is difficult to describe in words. Nubra Valley’s rugged mountains, stark slopes, and Shyok Rivers flowing beside is heavenly bliss for all adventurers and is a paradise for photographers.

Diskit Monastery or Gompa: It is a hilltop monastery facing Shyok River towards Pakistan. It has a Giant Buddha statue called Maitrye Buddha. Tibetan Buddhists believe in reincarnation. Hence this statue is of Future Buddha or Maitreya Buddha. The reason for its creation was to promote world peace and the protection of Nubra Valley.
The statue of Buddha is quite colorful and is a treat to the eyes and soul. Still, the sights from the top offer stunning views of mighty mountains, deep valleys, and especially the living rooms of the monks behind the statue cut out like steps from the mountain.
Overnight stay will be in Nubra Valley.

Day 4. Nubra Valley-Pangong Tso:

On this day we will move to Pangong –Tso. The high altitude lake at 4350 meters is a saline lake that completely freezes in winters. It is 134 meters long, and sixty percent of the same lies in Tibet. The waters of Pangong-Tso do not flow into an outer water body like a river or ocean. It is a self-contained lake with crystal clear water.

It is famous for its changing colors from blue, green, and red at different times. The sunrise and sunset are mesmerizing. In the morning, the color of the snow-capped mountains changes from white to blood red. In the evenings, the water of the lake sparkles like pearls and is a sight to behold.

The reflection of the brownish mountains with white snow on the top reflects in the blue waters of the lake. It is out of a world experience. Overnight stay will be at Pangong-Tso.

Day 5. Pangong-Tso- Chang La-Hemis Monastery-Leh:

On this day, after breakfast and witnessing one of nature’s wonders, the sunrise, we will move for Leh. On the way, we will visit Hemis Monastery.

Chang La Pass: It is a high-altitude pass that we have to cross to reach Leh. It is 5360 meters high. It is snow-covered most of the time of the year.
One should not stay at the top for more than 20 minutes due to a lack of oxygen and can experience breathlessness. We will halt at this place just for a moment to take pictures for our memory and move to our next destination.

Hemis Monastery: It is on the hilltop at the Gateway town of Hemis Wild Life Sanctuary. It dominates the surrounding area. The priest of Nalanda Monastery in Bihar escaped the plundering army of the Turkish to this serene location in ancient times. It is the wealthiest monastery with a copper statue of Lord Buddha and Guru Rinpoche (The reincarnate of Lord Buddha) and stupas made up of gold and silver. It is a very well-maintained monastery that houses a museum. One can have a sight of rare Tankas with artifacts and ancient manuscripts. The top portions are the residence for the Buddhist Nuns, Chomaling, which offers spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding valley.

It is without any doubt a fantastic combination of spiritual experience and an exciting natural landscape, which leaves an unforgettable mark on every visitor.

Overnight stay will be in Leh.

Day 6. Leh- Fly out:

Tour concludes. If informed in advance, we at Adventure Delight will be more than happy to make your further travel arrangements.

Inclusions
  • Transport : Transport: Private Vehicle (SUV/Traveller) from Leh to Leh
  • Accommodation: Hotels/Camping on twin sharing basis.
  • Meals: Breakfast and dinner throughout the tour.
  • Taxes: All transport permit charges and accommodation taxes
  • Medical: Basic Medical kit with a portable oxygen cylinder and oximeter.
Included Activities
  • Nubra Valley: Visit to Sand Dunes.
  • Pangong Tso: Photographic Session.
  • Pangong Tso: Sunrise and Sunset.
Exclusions
  • Expenses of personal nature.
  • Tips and gratitude.
  • Only meals as mentioned in inclusions.
  • Any kind of Insurance.
  • Services not specified above.
  • Like medicines and cosmetics.
  • Expenditure incurred due to inclement weather, medical condition or road block.
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FAQ

Q 1. Where is Ladakh ?

Ans. It is the union territory in India bordering Tibet, Himachal Pradesh, and Kashmir.

Q 2. How to reach Ladakh from Delhi?

Ans. There are regular flights to Leh from Delhi. By road, one can reach Ladakh via Manali-Leh (The capital town of Ladakh) and the Srinagar-Kargil-Leh route.

Q 3. Where is the Nubra Valley located?

Ans. Nubra Valley is in the Union Territory of Ladakh in India. It is 150 km away from the capital city of Leh across the highest motorable pass of the world, Khardung-La.

Q 4. Whether Is it worth visiting Nubra Valley in Ladakh?

Ans. Nubra valley is famous for Bactrian camels, Diskit monastery, dunes, colorful Shyok River, and gigantic mountains with light and shadow play. It is a paradise for photography enthusiasts and all tourists with myriad tastes.

Q 5. Where is Pangong Lake situated?

Ans. The Pangong Lake lies around 220 km from Leh across Changla Pass on India China border. It takes about six hours to reach Pangong Lake from Leh. It is approximately 160 km long, and one-third of the Pangong Lake is in India, and the rest is in China. The altitude of Pangong lake is 4350 meters.

Q 6. What is Pangong Lake famous for?

Ans. It is famous for its quality of changing colors at different times of the day. In the morning it looks blue, in the afternoon it looks grey, and in the evening it appears red. It is one of the highest saline water lakes in the world. During the evolution process of the Himalayas, saline seawater got trapped and without an outlet. It took the shape of a lake. Pangong Lake has no aquatic life because it freezes totally during winters and is a brackish water lake.

Q 7. Which is better? Ladakh or Spiti Valley?

Ans. In comparison to Ladakh, Spiti Valley is small, but it bundles lakes, monasteries, wildlife, and spirituality in an immersive experience. In contrast, Ladakh is vast, and the villages are far apart. It is easy to interact with people in Spiti Valley. Due to the distant location of Ladakh villages, it is a little bit difficult to gain knowledge about their cultural way of life. But from the tourism point of view, both these destinations offer numerous attractions and have charm of their own.

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