Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s Jammu and Kashmir state. Originally a stop for trading caravans, Leh is now known for its Buddhist sites and nearby trekking areas. Valley of Nubra formed a part of the overland route between Tibet and Turkestan. Once dotted with garlands of camel and yak caravans, this Silk Route glen is also known as the ‘Valley of Flowers’ of Ladakh, and is amongst the greenest valleys in the region, ideal for your holiday break.



Day 1: Arrival at Leh
Arrival Leh within the morning and transfer to the hotel Take complete rest for the day for acclimation to the high altitude of Leh (11,500 foot / 3500 meters). Overnight in the hotel.

Day 2: Leh – City tour
Free day at Leh for rest. In the afternoon visit Shanti Stupa, Sankar Gompa, Leh Palace & the markets. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 3: Leh – Nubra Valley
After breakfast leaves for Nubra vale, driving across Khardong-la (alt: eighteen,380 ft). once down from the pass, drive on for looking of Sumoor space. Later analyze a set camp within the same space or drive across to Deskit for nightlong keep during a camp.

Day 4: Nubra Valley – Leh
In the morning visit / explore Deskit, Hundar and therefore the Sand Dunes wherever you’ll get pleasure from a brief camel campaign exploitation the double-humped Camelus bactrianus found here (optional on direct payment). Later repel to Leh, reaching within the late afternoon/evening. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5: Lower Indus Valley sightseeing
After leisurely breakfast visit Hall of Fame, Kali Mata (Temple of Guardians in Spituk monastery), Gurudwara Pathar European, Magnetic purpose and Sangam (confluence of Indus & Zanskar rivers). Overnight at the hotel.

Day6: Leh – Pangong Lake (150 km.)

Early departure for Pangong Lake (approx. 145 km, located on the Indo China Border), via Chang-la pass (alt: 17370 ft). After a full day of sightseeing around the Pangong Lake, check-in at a fixed tented camp near the lake at Spangmik or drive back for 30 km to Tangtse and check into Hotel / Guest House for overnight stay.

Day7: Pangong-Hemis / Thiksey-Leh (165 km.)
After breakfast, leave Pangong / Tangtse and retrace the Leh route across Chang-la. Upon reaching Karu, drive across the Indus and visit the famous Hemis Monastery, the biggest monastery of Ladakh. Later drive on to Leh, en-route visiting the picturesque Thiksey monastery. Overnight in the hotel.

Day8: Drop to Leh Airport
Early morning transfer to the airfield for taking the flight back home.-Tour ends.

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