Explore Ladakh Special


Family Package, Best Seller Package, Sightseeing Package, Explore India Package, Leh-Ladakh Package, Couple Package, Hill Station Package

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Leh – 4 nights Hotel Jan Palace/Abu Palace Hotel Leh Chen/Grand Willow Hotel Caravan Centre/The Himalaya Hotel Ladakh Residency/Singge Palace
Nubra – 1 night Deluxe Camp Deluxe Camp Deluxe Camp Deluxe Camp
Cost per person Economy Hotels Standard Hotels Deluxe Hotels Premium Hotels
02 Adults INR 17,500 INR 18,500 INR 20,700 INR 24,500
Extra Person INR 6,600 INR 7,000 INR 9,400 INR 10,200
Child without Bed INR 4,700 INR 4,100 INR 4,900 INR 7,700

DAY 01                  ARRIVE DELHI – LEH

In time transfer to airport to connect the flight for Leh. Meeting and assistance on arrival and transfer to Hotel. Rest day at leisure to Acclimatize till 4 O’clock. PM walk upto Samker & Leh Bazaar. Samker Gompa is little up in the valley, 3 Kms from Leh Town, which is open to visitors in the morning and evening only. The Gompa belongs to Yellow Sect & was founded in 18th Century. The Gompa is the seat of the Head Lama of Ladakh & founder of yellow sect, Tson-Kha-Pa. The temple walls have recent painted of figures including Sakyamuni, Avalokiteshwara, Padmasambhava, Tson-Ka-pa and green Tara. In evening, walk upto Leh Bazaar through the famous Leh Polo Ground.  Overnight & Dinner at Hotel.

DAY 02                  LEH

After breakfast, proceed for a day SS trip to Gurudwara Pather Saab, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill & Confluence Point (Sangam). Return to Leh for dinner & overnight stay at Hotel

DAY 03                  LEH – PANGONG LAKE – LEH

Leave early morning at 5AM to Pangong Lake through Changla pass 5486 Mtrs. While ascending Changla pass 5486 Mtrs. Enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the villages below the pass. the summer pastureland of the yaks. Arrive Durbuk and from there a short drive takes you to the western shore of the lake. Enjoy the landscape in the back drop of the Lake. This famous blue brackish Lake of Pangong is 5/6 Kms wide and over 144 Kms long with half of it’s running the other side of the “INDO CHINA BORDER”. One rarely feels so close to nature and environment and the scenery is unforgettable. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 04                  LEH – NUBRA VALLEY

Breakfast at the hotel. Early Morning Leave Leh for 3 Days Trip to NUBRA VALLEY passing thru Horzey & Gangles Village.  The road then rises to reach Khardongla (5602 Mts.) the world’s highest Motorable road & enjoy the landscape & the beautiful birds eye view of the Leh town.  Halt for a picnic lunch at Khardongla village + Another 35 Kms drive takes to Khalsar at Shyok Valley, where the scenery is all around. The road after crossing Khalsar Bridge at Shyok River enters Nubra Valley & then proceed along the Nubra River to arrive in the afternoon at Tegar or Kyegar as locally called. Meals & Overnight stay in tents at Lhari-Mo North Camp at Sumur (Kyegar & Sumur are very close by) OR AT Tirith Camp at Tirith. Dinner and overnight at the Camp

DAY 05                  NUBRA VALLEY – LEH

Breakfast at the Camp. Drive back the same route for Leh with picnic lunch. On arrival in Leh, check in at the Hotel. Afternoon Free to explore surroundings of Leh.




DAY 06                  LEH – DELHI (DEPARTURE)

In time transfer to airport to connect the flight for Delhi. Meeting and assistance at Leh Airport on Departure.

  • 05 Nights accommodation on Twin Sharing
  • Breakfast & Dinner.
  • 01 NAC Tavera / Scorpio for Arrival & Departure from Leh Airport to Hotel & vice versa
  • 01 NAC Tavera / Scorpio for Leh Local Sightseeing (Gurudwara Pathar Saab, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill & Confluence Point {Sangam})
  • 01 NAC Tavera / Scorpio for Sightseeing (Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, Khardongla Pass)
  • All applicable taxes included
  • Meeting & Assistance on Arrival & Departure by our Rep
  • Climate in Ladakh:-Temperatures in Ladakh range from -3 to 30 degrees Celsius in the summer and from -20 to 15 degrees Celsius in the winter.
  • Permits Ladakh as this region of north-western India is politically quite sensitive and volatile. Hence special permits are required for visiting the Inner Line region. These permits can be easily available from the local Ladakh authorities
  • Currency While moving in Ladakh carries adequate Indian currency as credit cards are not accepted at the shops and eateries.
  • Banking facilities are available only in Leh and Kargil. Remote areas of Ladakh do not have such facilities.
  • Communication Ladakh & Kargil has worldwide direct dialing telephone facility, besides post and telegraph offices. In addition its own wireless Radio phone network with field stations at Kargil, Padum and Leh which are connected with controlling stations at Srinagar, Delhi and Jammu. During the tourist season mobile wireless stations are also established in key places in the remote areas.
  • Health Ladakh the District hospital in Kargil is fairly well equipped and staffed with a team of specialist and general practitioners. In addition there are Medical Dispensaries at Drass, Mulbek, Trespone, Sankoo, Panikhar and Padum each headed by a qualified doctor and equipped with basic health care paraphernalia.
  • Essentials that you should carry with you to cope with the climate in Ladakh are windcheaters, woolen clothing, thick socks, gloves, scarves, a hat or woolen cap, sturdy boots or walking shoes, sunscreen, lip balm and goggles.
  • Transport Ladakh was the connection point between Central Asia and South Asia when the Silk Road was in use. The sixty-day journey on the Ladakh route connecting Amritsar and Yarkand through eleven passes was frequently undertaken by traders till the third quarter of the 19th century. In present times, the only two land routes to Ladakh in use are from Srinagar and Manali. Travelers from Srinagar start their journey from Sonamarg, over the Zoji la pass (3,450 m, 11,320 ft) via Dras and Kargil (2,750 m, 9,022 ft) passing through Namika la (3,700 m, 12,140 ft) and Fatu la (4,100 m, 13,450 ft.) This has been the main traditional gateway to Ladakh since historical times. However, with the rise of militancy in Kashmir, the main corridor to the area has shifted to the high altitude Manali-Leh Highway from Himachal Pradesh. The highway crosses four passes, Rohtang la (3,978 m, 13,050 ft), Baralacha la (4,892 m, 16,050 ft), Lungalacha la (5,059 m, 16,600 ft) and Taglang la (5,325 m, 17,470 ft), and is open only between July and mid-October when snow is cleared from the road. There is one airport in Leh, Buses run from Leh to the surrounding villages. There is about 1,800 km (1,100 mi) of roads in Ladakh of which 800 km (500 mi) is surfaced. The Manali-Leh-Srinagar road makes up about half of the road network.
  • Shopping in Ladakh You can enjoy shopping for curios and souvenirs in the bazaars and markets of Leh, while on your tour of Ladakh.


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Ladakh (“land of high passes”) is a region in Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that currently extends from the Kunlun mountain range to the main Great Himalayas to the south, inhabited by people of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent. It is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Jammu and Kashmir and its culture and history are closely related to that of Tibet.

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