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7D6N Leh With Nubra Valley, Hemis & Pangong Lake

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Ladakh is indeed known for its true Himalayan beauty, a “land of high passes” situated between the Zanskar and Karakoram Mountains. Ladakh is a prime location for tourism in Jammu and Kashmir; it covers more than half the state. The climate is mostly cold throughout the year, abundant with fresh mountain air, starry night skies and pristine nature. The best season to explore Ladakh is between May and September.

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Ladakh is renowned for its rich cultural heritage of Tibetan Buddhism. The local monasteries and palaces (Leh palace, Shey palace) are known for their traditional simplicity and architecture. Leh is the largest district in the state, bordered by China on the east. It is famous for its 3 major lakes (Tso): Pangong, Moriri and Kar. Pangong is said to be one of the most beautiful lakes in the world; it extends beyond the Indo-China border. Thikse village is another prominent location, Thikse gompa or monastery is 12 stories high and one of the oldest in the region.

A few rivers, including the Indus, Nubra and Zanskar flow through Ladakh. One can drive to Nubra Valley, 150 km away from Leh town. Deskit is the town part of Nubra, and has a monastery as well. The common route is via Khardung La Pass, the highest motorable road in the world. It is a popular spot for treks as well as bike rides. The Changla Pass is the 3rd highest motorable road, along the route to Pangong. The Hemis Monastery is the largest and most famous, a short drive away from Leh. The Samstanling Monastery at Sumur village is also close by, and Panamik village is known for its natural hot springs.

The connection with nature is in the simplest form here, a true mystical experience in Ladakh.

Itinerary : Leh – Nubra - Pangong (Tour Code- TH-LA-004)

Day 1: Arrive Leh

Arrive at Leh airport, received by our representative and transfer to Hotel. Complete rest for the first half. After lunch if suitable visit Leh Palace built by King Singgee Namgyal around the beginning of 17th century A.D. This deserted nine -storied Palace is now taken under by ASI (Archaeological Survey on India) for restoration. Namgyal Tsemo built by King Tashi Namgyal after the victory over Hor (Central Asian Invaders), visit Shanti Stupa (a Japanese Pagoda built for world peace by Indian based Japanese monks and was inaugurated by His Holiness Dalai Lama in 1985). Dinner and overnight at Hotel in Leh.

Day 2: Leh Local Sightseeing

A Complete day of visit to the monasteries (104 Kms). After breakfast, drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries and Stok Palace Museum. Packed or Hot Lunch will be provided. Return to Leh in the evening. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 3: Leh – Nubra Valley – Overnight

After early breakfast drive to Nubra valley via Khardongla Pass (18,380ft) the world’s highest motor able road and gateway to Siachen Glacier, the views from the top of the pass are amazing. Visit Deskit Monastery (118kms) founded by Lama Sherab Zangpo in 1420 A.D. Packed Lunch will be provided (optional), post lunch visit Hundar village (7kms from Deskit) and Double-Humped Bactrian Camel Safari in sand dunes between Hundar and Deskit villages. Dinner and overnight at Hotel/Camp in Nubra.

Day 4: Nubra Valley – Leh

After breakfast drive to Samstanling Monastery founded by Lama Tsultims Nima and belonging to Gelugpa order at Sumur village. Further away from Sumur is the Panamik village known for its natural hot springs comprises of medicinal values. Packed lunch will be provided (optional). Dinner and overnight at Hotel in Leh.

Day 5: Leh – Pangong – Overnight

After early breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500ft), 4-5 hrs drive one way through Changla Pass (17,350ft) third highest motor able road in the world. This famous blue brackish salt water lake is 5-6 kms in width and around 134 kms in length with 75 percent of its running the other side of the Indo China Border. On the way visit Shey Palace (15kms) Shey was the summer Palace of Ladakhi Kings, where you can see three storied statue of Buddha Shakyamuni, made of copper and plated with gold. Thiksay Monastery (17kms) the 12 storied Monastery of Thiksay is the principal Monastery of Gelugpa order situated in the most prominent of positions lies on an island mountain, packed lunch will be provided (optional), dinner and overnight at Camp in Pangong.

Day 6: Leh – Hemis Monastery – Sindu Ghat - Leh

After breakfast drive back to Leh via same route visiting Hemis Monastery (45kms from Leh) the largest and most famous Monastery in Ladakh, packed lunch will be provided (optional), and can visit Sindhu Ghat before reaching Leh. Evening free to explore the local markets of Leh. Dinner and overnight at Hotel in Leh.

Day 7: Leh Drop

Early morning transfer to airport to catch your onward flight back home with sweet memories of Ladakh

Accommodation details

Standard Deluxe
2 Pax 4 Pax 6 Pax 2 Pax 4 Pax 6 Pax
25580
18654
16344
28029
21101
18793

Hotel Detail

Destination

Standard

Deluxe

Leh

Hotel Yak Tail / Hotel Dream Land

Hotel Silk Route / Hotel Namgyal Palace

Nubra valley

Organic Camp / Sand Dune Camp

Nubra Sarai Camp / Similar

Panggong Lake Martsemik Camp / Pangong Camp Pangong Sarai / Similar

TOUR INCLUSIONS

COST INCLUDE

  • Accommodation on Double / Twin Sharing Basis as Per
  • Package Selected
  • MAP Plan (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Airport Transfers
  • All Sightseeing as per Itinerary
  • All Transportation by Innova/Xylo

COST EXCLUDE

  •  Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
  • Monument, Museum Entrance Fees
  • Camel Safari Charges
  • Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls
  • Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated)
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight
  • Cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control

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7D6N Leh With Nubra Valley, Hemis & Pangong Lake

7D6N Leh With Nubra Valley, Hemis & Pangong Lake

Ladakh is indeed known for its true Himalayan beauty, a “land of high passes” situated between the Zanskar and Karakoram Mountains. Ladakh is a prime location for tourism in Jammu and Kashmir; it covers more than half the state. The climate is mostly cold throughout the year, abundant with fresh mountain air, starry night skies and pristine nature. The best season to explore Ladakh is between May and September.

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