•  1N Nubra Valley
  •  1N Pangong Lake
  •  5N Leh
7N
8D

Package Cost : Rs 21,500/-*per person

on twin sharing in 3 star accommodation Inclusive of breakfast and
dinner, and all transfers and sightseeing on pvt basis

 

Very rightly described as the land between the earth and sky,writers, anthropologist and adventure lovers often refer Ladakh as the Moon Land or the Broken Moon Land. Situated at an altitude between 2,750 m to 7,672 m ,Ladakh is located in the Trans-Himalayan region of India bordering Pakistan and China and physically not far from Afghanistan and Russia. Ladakh at present is accessible by road from Manali& Srinagar and by direct flights from Delhi, Srinagar, and Jammu.Ladakh has 34 ancients monasteries some of which dates back to more than thousands of years. Monasteries of Ladakh are rich with antique statues, Thangka paintings, ancient Buddhist scriptures, wall paintings, coins, armor, weapons, precious jades and porcelain.


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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

 

PANGONG LAKE

This beautiful water reservoir is about 134 km long and 60% of the lake falls under China. At an altitude of 14,270 ft. the clear blue water of the lake reflects the towering mountains all around.


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PANGONG LAKE

 

DRASS

With the sky overcast for most of the day and a few short drizzles that last not more than a couple of minutes, the town of Drass experiences a very pleasant climate during the summer and this is the best time to visit this town.


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DRASS

KHARDUNG LA

At a height of 18,380 ft. Khardung La pass is the highest motorable road in the world. The pass lies on the trail from Leh to Nubra valley. In summer the weather conditions can change suddenly while in winter the pass receives heavy snowfall with temperature going below -400 C. The pass is about 40 kms from Leh.


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KHARDUNG LA

NUBRA VALLEY

The Nubra Valley, also called the Valley of Flowers, is about 150 kms. away from Leh, the capital town of Ladakh. The journey takes us through the Khardung La pass which is the highest motorable road in the world. There are some guest houses and small hotels at Diskit which is the main village of Nubra.


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NUBRA VALLEY

 

TSOMORIRI

Situated at a height of 15,000 ft. TsoMoriri Lake is a fresh water lake unlike the Pangong lake which has saline water. The journey from Leh to TsoMoriri is magnificent offering a sudden change in the landscape from rough and rugged to lush green full of vegetation. There is also a hot spring on the trail to TsoMoriri.


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TSOMORIRI

 

ZANSKAR VALLEY

Zanskar Valley is one of the most isolated places to visit in Ladakh where about 14,000 people comprising of mainly Buddhists live. The valley is sandwiched between the Great Himalayan ranges and the Zanskar mountain ranges. The Zansker river which has lent its name to the valley flows through the valley. Zanskar Valley surrounded by lofty mountains and deep gorges is closed for about eight months in a year due to heavy snowfall in the region.


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ZANSKAR VALLEY

KARGIL

Kargil was once a busy town as it was within the trade route to and from China, Afghanistan, India, Turkey. It is the second biggest town of Ladakh and lies in the west of Leh facing the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan. The town became popular after a war was fought over the region between India and Pakistan. However, the town has remained largely peaceful since then and is home to a number of scenic attractions.


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KARGIL

 

DISKIT MONASTERY

The Diskit monastery in the Diskit village of Nubra Valley is a 14th century structure and is considered to be the oldest monastery in the Nubra Valley. There is a huge 106 ft tall statue of Maitreya Buddha in the prayer hall of the monastery. There is also a 32 metre high statue of golden Buddha out in the open just opposite the monastery on another hill.


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DISKIT MONASTERY

ALCHI MONASTERY

This is perhaps the only monastery in Ladakh which is located on a flat ground and not on a hill top like others. The Indus river flows by the monastery. Some wall painting purported to be 11/12 centuries old are quite beautiful and also well-preserved. The Indian influence on the paintings is quite discernible. The monastery provides a few guest houses with basic facilities.


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ALCHI MONASTERY