Surrounded by snow-clad mountains at such great heights, numerous trekking trails, deep gorges and turquoise lakes renowned as the land of monks and monasteries, it has a spiritual value as it houses some of the most royal and ancient monasteries.
• 04 nights accommodation in Leh; 01 night in Nubra Valley; 01 night in Pangong
• Meals as per the meal plan
• Transfers and sightseeing by Non AC vehicle on Private basis
Day 1: Leh: Morning arrival at Leh airport, welcome and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 2: Leh – Hall of Fame – Pathar Sahib – Sangham – Magnetic Hill – Basgo – Alchi –Leh: Early morning breakfast and visit the popular ‘Hall of Fame’ war museum. Here, you can learn about Ladakhi history pay your respects to the Indian army as you view the museum of war memorabilia. Next, continue on to the Sikh temple known as ‘Pathar Sahib’ before taking a pit stop at the mysterious Magnetic Hill where one can experience reverse gravity in action as your vehicle appears to move without power. Continue on safari journey & arrive at the Sangham lookout where one can view the meeting point of the intersection of the Zanskar and Indus rivers and then drive through the ‘pretty-as-a-postcard’ Basgo village. Arrive at Alchi monastery (famous for its Kashmiri influenced architecture). Evening back to the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 3: Leh - Disket - Hunder – Nubra Valley: Depart Leh after breakfast and head towards ‘Nubra Valley’ via Khardong-la-pass’ which is the world’s highest motor-able road (located 18390 feet above sea level). The journey to Nubra is a half-day drive of breathtaking landscapes and spectacular scenery and the experience is sure to be once-in-a-lifetime and truly unforgettable. On arrival in the Valley, you will visit the Disket monastery where you can see the 100-foot tall Buddha statue and then those who wish to enjoy an optional camel safari can take a ride. Overnight in the camp.
Day 4: Nubra Valley – Leh: In the morning will visit Samstanling monastery in Sumoor and then return to Leh via Khardong La pass. On arrival spend an hour or so walking around the town where you can shop for local handicrafts & souvenirs and then continue for sightseeing with a half-day of Leh city sightseeing covering the ancient Tsemo castle, Leh palace, and Shanti Stupa, where one can watch the sun set and the lights emerge over Leh town. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 5: Leh – Pangong Lake: Definitely a highlight of your tour, today involves an adventurous drive with a constantly scenic trip to the magnificent Pangong Lake. A must see destination for your time in Ladakh, Pangong Lake has been made famous by the 'Three Idiots' movie and more than half of the lake marks the separation border of India and China. The appearance of the water is said to change colour at every angle of the sun – which makes for some amazing photographs so don’t forget your camera (& spare batteries!) Overnight stay in camp.
Day 6: Pangong Lake - Thiksey - Shey - Leh: Start your morning with a sunrise view of beautiful Pangong Lake before making your way back to Leh via Thiksey monastery. Commonly referred to as ‘Little Lhasa’, Thiksey has become a popular tourist destination because of its architectural resemblance to the ‘Potala Palace’ in Lhasa, Tibet. Finish the afternoon with a short drive to the Shey Monastery and Palace - both built in 1655 as summer retreat spaces for the reigning King. Return to Leh for a well-earned rest with the evening free to roam in the market as per your leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 7: Departure: After breakfast drop to the airport for onward journey.
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