Few places in the Republic of India are quickly thus traveler friendly and however thus entrancing and trouble-free as mountain framed Leh. Dotted with stupas and crumbling mudbrick house, the recent city is dominated by a dagger of steep rocky ridge topped by Associate in Nursing imposing Tibetan vogue palace and fort.


Day 1: Arrival at Leh

On arrival at Leh airdrome, you may be met by our representative and transfer you to Hotel. Complete day for rest to induce adjust with the high altitude in Leh (Ladakh) that is 3500 Mtrs higher than water level. nightlong at the hotel.

Day 2: Leh

After early breakfast full day looking at of Shey, Thiksey & Hemis. Shey was the summer Palace of Ladakhi Kings and is wherever you’ll be able to see the 36Ft. high sculpture of Buddha made from copper and lined with gold. Thicksey: The twelve storied religious residence of Thicksey is placed within the most distinguished of positions, lies on AN island Mountain. Finally, visit; Hemis: Farthest far from Leh, this can be the wealthiest religious residence in Ladakh’s happiness to the Red Sect – it’s here every summer that plays square measure control and Ladakhis from all components of the country can visit Hemis. Evening comes back to Leh. Meals and night long at the hotel.

Day 3: In Leh (Visit Stok Palace + Leh Palace + Shanti Stupa & Leh Market)

After breakfast visit Stok palace that homes a fine personal depository. there’s an outstanding assortment of thangkas, aforesaid to be the simplest within the world. within the afternoon visit Leh, a desirable labyrinth of winding streets and quaint bazaars. the most street is open and ethereal, with rows of retailers on either facet. On either facet of the market square measure seen an extended line of Ladakhi girls in ancient dress and vibrant jewelry of coral and turquoise, seated behind monumental baskets, commerce vegetables. The spectacular eight-story Leh Palace looming higher than, commanding the city, was inbuilt the sixteenth century, concerning constant time because the Potala in Lhasa that it resembles. Back to the hotel for dinner and long keep.

Day 4: Leh – Khardongla Pass – Leh

After breakfast day excursion to Khardongla pass that is that the highest motor ready pass within the world 5600 Mtrs and has been recorded within the Gunnies Book of world records. At the highest fancy, the character great thing about snow-capped mountains. Afternoon back to the hotel and time for your personal searching and explore market and close. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 5: Drive to Alchi

Morning drive to Alchi for approx two hours drive. set to the west of the city of Leh. engineered by Translator, Rinchen Zangpo, it dates back to the year one thousand AD. Alchi Gompa in Ladakh includes of a variety of blessed temples, together with the most one amongst Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang. the opposite temples square measure the Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple) and also the Sumtsag Lhakhang. Alchi cloister of Leh Ladakh reflects associate degree Indian bit, particularly in its paintings. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6: Drive to Lamayuru & back to Leh

Morning drive to Moon natural depression. Explore Lamayuru cloister and retrace back to Leh. simply before Leh city visit Spituk cloister and sign on at the hotel in Leh for a nightlong keep.

Day 7: Departure Leh

After breakfast spends your last morning in Leh, you will be transferred to Leh airport with wonderful memories of the tour.

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