09 Days Complete Ladakh Tour

Ladakh is located in India’s northernmost region and is the gateway to some of the world’s highest mountains, such as K2, Nanga Parbat, and the whole Karakoram region. Ladakh tourism is famous for its remote culture and monastic traditions, alpine landscape and natural beauty, and most of all, its friendly people.

Leh – Nubra –  Pangong- Kargil – Leh

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Day 01: Delhi – Leh

Arrive at Leh – a largest city and the capital of Kingdom of Ladakh. This region is known for its high passes, dramatic mountains and beautiful landscapes hence, called as paradise on earth. On arrival free time to get acclimatized to this high-altitude destination also referred as cold desert of India.

Day 02: Leh

Explore the city of Leh. Visit Shanti Stupa – peace seat of Japanese Buddhists, inaugurated by Dalai Lama and Hall of Fame War Museum (Subject to Operation). Ladakh Palace – Built by 16th century ruler Sengge Namgyal, which was badly damaged during Kashmir – Ladakh war. View of old town, Zanskar mountains and Spituk Gompa (Gokhang). Enjoy Folk dance in the evening (subject to operation).

Day 03: Leh – Nubra Valley 

Morning we drive to Nubra Valley also called as Dumra, lies in the north of Leh. It is accessible over the Khardung la pass, one of the highest motor-able roads in the world at the height of 5359 m. From Khardung-la we drive to Diskit Monastery – the oldest and largest Gompa in Nubra valley famous for its beautiful architecture and intricate frescos and wall paintings. Also visit Future Buddha – – A 108 feet statue of Lord Buddha. Pass by the Shyok River and arrive at Nubra Valley, know for its pristine natural beauty, stunning lakes, apricot orchards and lovely surroundings. This spectacular valley is also known for the Bactrian camels and Quad biking, if time permits you can enjoy these activities on your own at an additional cost.

Day 04: Nubra Valley 

Today we do excursion to Turtuk Village. The landscape, culture, language, clothing, and even the physical features of people change quite drastically crossing over into Turtuk, technically entering Baltistan region. It is the Indian-administered part of Baltistan region. In 1971 war Indian army captured this village and it is the last village in Ladakh near LOC. It is also one of the gateways to the Siachen Glacier. In the evening return back to Nubra Valley.

Day 05: Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake

Travel to Pangong Tso – the most popular lake in Ladakh region, as it is situated on high altitude and it keeps changing colour from shades of blue to green. The brackish water of this lake has very low micro-vegetation and has no aquatic life. The lake acts as an important breeding ground for a variety of birds including a number of migratory birds. The lake water stretches for more than 100 kms from China, Tibet to India. Overnight at Pangong.

Day 06: Pangong Lake – Leh

Morning we proceed to Leh. On arrival visit Shey Palace – which was used as a summer retreat by the kings of Ladakh, the Indus river, Hemis Gompa and Rancho School (Subject to Operation).

Day 07: Leh – Kargil

Visit Magnetic hill, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Indus Zaskar sangam followed by visit to Moon land.. Further drive to Alchi Gompa. It bears the name of Alchi from the language of pre-Tibetan Dardic inhabitants. The Alchi Chos-khor consists of unique paintings, which may be attributed from the mid to late 11th century and was constructed by the famous translator Rin-chen bzang po. The paintings are characterized according to the Tabo and Tholing. At the entrance gate, light stupas are constructed and are known as Kakini choten. Arrive in Kargil.

Day 08: Kargil – Leh

Visit Kargil war museum at Drass (Subject to operation) – second coldest inhabited place in the world. Drive to Leh over Namika-la (3,697 Mts.), Mulbekh where there is a Chamba statue carved out of a single rock approximately 50 ft. high, over Fatu-la (4,087 Mts.) which is the highest pass on Leh – Srinagar road and visit Lamayuru monastery which is the unique and oldest monastery in Ladakh. After viewing fascinating view of granite colour soil rocks. Arrive in Leh.

Day 09: Leh – Delhi

Board the flight to your hometown. Tour Concludes.

Package Cost Includes: 

Ø Accommodation on 01 double sharing  basis as per the details given above.

Ø Meal Plan MAPAI (Breakfast and Dinner).

Ø Arrival/departure transfer and all land transfers as per the itinerary

Ø 01 NON AC Innova  for the entire tour as per the itinerary.

Ø Pickup Leh and Drop at Leh Airport

Ø Inner line permit.

Ø Driver allowance/toll/parking/road tax/fuel charges.

Package Cost Excludes:                           

Ø Air Fare/Train Fare and all entry fees at sightseeing spots.

Ø Any additional meals other than mentioned in the ‘inclusive’ column.

Ø Travel insurances.

Ø Monuments entrance fee and optional Activities mentioned in the itinerary.

Ø Items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry, telephone calls, mineral water etc.

Ø Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, political disturbances etc.

Ø Any item not specifically mentioned in the Inclusions column.


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