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Ladakh is bordered by the Greater Himalayas in the west and south, the Karakoram in the north and the Tibetan Plateau in the east. These ranges form a natural barrier and does not allow clouds to enter this valley making it a rain shadow region and thus a cold desert.

The term Ladakh translates to land of high passes. Some of the highest motorable roads in the world are here. Ladakh is a major tourist destination in the summers. 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. Ladakh is renowned for its remote mountain beauty and culture.


Expected Weather 


  • Chances of rain/snow – Mild drizzles
  • Temperatures- Afternoon upto 20 degrees, Nights around zero degrees
  • Day 1: Arrive in Leh. Acclimatize. You will be picked up at the airport and checked into a hotel. Today is dedicated to Acclimatization. Evening walk around the hotel/ market.
  • Day 2: Leh local sightseeing of sangam river-hall of fame-magnetic hill-pathar sahib.
    After breakfast proceed to the Indus Zanskar Confluence. You drive along the Indus river visiting, 
    Pathar Sahib Gurdwara and Magnetic Hill (where the cars defy gravity), Shanti Stupa, Leh 
    Palace and Leh Hall of Fame (which has a museum of the Kargil War memorabilia).
    Overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 3: Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardong la world highest mortable road.
    After an early breakfast you leave for Nubra valley via Khardongla Pass (18,380ft), the world’s 
    highest motorable road and gateway to the Siachen Glacier. The views from the top of the pass 
    are amazing. While in Nubra visit Diskit Monastery (118kms) founded by Lama Sherab Zangpo in 1420 
    Check in at camp or hotel and in the evening visit Hunder sand dune for camel riding, cultural show and other activities.

    Dinner and overnight at Hotel/Camp in Nubra.

  • Day 4: Nubra valley to pangong Lake via shayok Valley.
    After breakfast, we drive towards Pangong Lake via Shayok,Tangtse and Spangmik(Pangong). It’s a short cut and a beautiful route.The road follows the Shayok, and 
    climbs up a mountain before finally descending into Shayok village. At Shayok you will be delighted at the sight of the rather big village surrounded by barren mountains. The entire setting is very picturesque. From here you make your way to your hotel/camp.
    In the evening visit the lake. Overnight stay at camp.
  • Day 5: Pangong Lake to Leh via Changla pass.
    After breakfast drive back to Leh. You cross the world's third highest road while on the route. Enroute visit  Hemis, Thiksey monastery and Rancho School.
    Explore the local markets of Leh in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Leh.
  • Day 6: Early morning transfer to airport to fly back.
  • Double sharing accommodation at all places in Hotels / Camps as applicable to the itinerary.
  • First aid kit – Including oxygen cylinder 
  • Airport transfer in Leh.
  • Exclusive sightseeing & excursion by one non ac SUV car/ Tempo Traveller, the same car shall do the complete itinerary.
  • Wildlife fee for Pangong Lake and Nubra Valley areas which are protected wildlife 
    sanctuaries in Ladakh.
  • Inner line permit for restricted areas of Nubra, Pangong areas (Guest are required to bring one a photocopy of their photo identity proof along with them.
  • Foreign Tourist should bring their original Passport with a valid Indian Visa on it. For 
    Foreign Diplomats the permit has to be issued from Ministry of Home Affairs, New 


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