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Overview :

Ladakh, the fascinating high altitude plateau at India's furthest northern frontier probably occupies one of the topmost 'must visit destinations' for the nature lover.
Originating from La-Tags – Ladakh means “land of the High Mountain Passes” where nature has sketched some amazing landscapes with stunning pastel to make man feel spiritually high. During summer, the Valley wears the colour of sullen grey, silt laden and sometimes turning violet. In autumn, the Indus valley is at the height of gracefulness, with the turquoise and aquamarine water weaving through golden banks of tall poplars and tumbling willows.

Nubra Valley, originally called “Ldumra” meaning the 'Valley of Flowers', is situated in the north of Ladakh region. The average altitude of the valley is about 10,000ft above sea level. The main settlements are along the Shayok River and the Siachen River. One of the most unique features of the landscape in Nubra are the sand dunes between Deskit (administrative center) and Hunder village.
Ancient trade route passed through the Nubra valley and imprints can be seen even today. The double-humped Bactrian Camels of Silk route trade period still wander in the wilderness of the valley.
The drive between Leh and Nubra involves negotiating the Khardungla Pass (5,602m asl), which is considered as the highest motorable pass in the world.

Tso Moriri Lake : Beautiful multi-shades of blue offered by this lake along with a picturesque landscape around gives this place an extremely breathtaking experience.
Tso Kar is a fluctuating salt lake in the scenic Ladakh Valley. There are only a few yak sheds, a monastery and a couple of nomadic families in the surrounding. Tso Kar also has a large variety of birds for the bird lovers as the marshlands surrounding the lake supports an amazing array of birdlife.

Hanle, situated in the Changthang region of Ladakh, is one of the most beautiful, enchanting, calm and soul losing places in India. It has the lovely Hanle Monastery offering some great aerial views of the whole village that is home to about 1,000 people.

General Information :

Best time to visit : Middle of June to September.

Recommended minimum duration : 11 Nights | 12 Days

Attraction : Pristine beauty of nature, Ancient Monasteries, Scenic landscape, high altitude Lakes, Rivers and Passes.

Activity : Feel the pulse of the nature.

Suggested Itinerary :

Manali - Sarchu :
Start early in the morning and drive through the picturesque Manali-Leh highway. After crossing Rohtang Pass at 13,134 ft the road descends to the Chandra and Bhaga basin of Lahul region and finally reaches the green orchards of Keylong. After Keylong, the fascinating journey for Sarchu starts. Passing through Darcha, the last village of Himachal Pradesh, the road further climbs to Baralachala at 16,050 ft and descends to the sprawling wide valley of Sarchu, located in the border region of Himachal and Ladakh. Overnight stay in Sarchu.
Sarchu - Leh :
Drive through the difficult sandy patch of Pang. After crossing another high pass, Lachungla and the second highest motorable pass, Tanglangla at 17,649 ft, the fascinating road leads to Leh, the capital of Ladakh. Upon arrival, check into a hotel and stay overnight in Leh.
Leh :
Today, visit monasteries and other tourist attractions in and around Leh, like the Leh Palace – the 9 storied construction which is the replica of Potala Palace, Hall of Fame, Shanti Stupa, Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Shey palace and Sindhu ghat. Overnight stay in Leh.
Leh - Nubra Valley :
Transfer to Nubra Valley. Visit the cold desert and enjoy the camel rides there. Overnight stay at Hundar Village.
Nubra Valley – Sumoor – Panamik - Leh :
Start early in the morning. Visit Sumoor and Panamik and then return to Leh via Khardungla and stay overnight.
Leh - Pangong Tso :
Drive to Pangong Tso via Chang La. Overnight stay at Pangong.
Pangong Tso - Leh :
Return to Leh and overnight stay.
Leh - Tsomoriri :

Tsomoriri - Leh :
Enjoy the morning at Tsomoriri. Later drive through Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary and Tsokar till the road finally meets Leh-Manali Highway. From here you will turn right and drive through Morey Plains to climb on to Tanglang La and reach Leh by evening. Stay overnight at Leh.
Leh - Lamayuru - Kargil :
Drive to Lamayuru. On the way, visit the confluence of Zanskar and Indus River, Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, Magnetic Hill and Alchi Monastery. Drive further to Kargil via Mulbek Buddha stone curved statue. Overnight stay at Kargil.
Kargil - Srinagar :
Transfer to Srinagar crossing Zojila and Sonmarg. Overnight stay at Srinagar.
Departure :
Transfer to the airport for your onward journey as your tour comes to an end!

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  • General cancellation charges: 10% on or before 30 days from the commencement of tour date, 30% between 29-10 days from the commencement of tour date and 100% before 10 days from the commencement of tour date.
  • Refund: Any refunds to the client on account of cancellation and for changes made in the booking or any other account will take minimum 30 days to process.

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