- Trip Outline
- Trip Includes
- Trip Excludes
Day 01: Chandigarh – Manali.
Arrival Chandigarh airport & transfer to Manali. O/N Manali
Day 02:Manali – Jispa 145 km / 5-6 Hrs
Early morning Leave for Jispa, cross through Rohtang Pass (13050 ft), enter the Lahaul Valley, visit Raja Gyepan temple at Sissu Village, have lunch at Keylong, after lunch drive to Jispa. On your arrival in Jispa check in to the camp/hotel. O/N Jispa.
Day 03:Jispa to Sarchu 80Km.
After breakfast leave for Sarchu (also known as Sir Bhum Chun) is a major halt point with tented accommodation in the Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway, on the boundary between Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh (Jammu and Kashmir) in India. It is situated between Baralacha La to the south and Lachulung Lato the north, at an altitude of 4,290 m (14,070 ft). Dinner & Overnight at Sarchu.
Day 04: Sarchu to Leh 260 Kms / 6 - 7 Hrs.
The morning after breakfast, proceed for Leh city tour visit the Hall of Fame Museum, this memorial pays homage to the martyrs of Kargil war, Spituk Gompa, Leh Fort & Shanti Stupa(it is located on a hilltop near Changspa). The evening is disposal. O / N Leh.
Day 05:Leh - Nubra Valley 120 km/ 4-5 Hrs.
After breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley, also known as Valley of flowers via Khardungla, the highest motorable road in the World, (18,380 ft). On your arrival in Nubra Valley check in the hotel/camp. Lunch will be provided by the hotel/camp at Nubra. After enjoying lunch proceed to enjoy walk on the banks of the Shayok river, you can also enjoy a ride on a double-humped camel on the Sand Dunes between Deskit & Hundur Village. O / N Nubra Valley.
Day 06:In Nubra – Diskit / hunder.
After breakfast Leave for Diskit Monastery also known as Deskit Gompa or Diskit Gompa is the oldest and largest Buddhist monastery (gompa) in the Nubra Valley of Ladakh, northern India. It belongs to the Gelugpa (Yellow Hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism. The high altitude desert, with a rolling expanse of sand dunes and barren landscape, is the USP of Hunder village. The cold desert and sand dunes seem enigma to the scores of tourists who come to visit the spectacle.
Bactrian camels are another attraction. Native to the steppes of central Asia, the Bactrian camel has two humps, in contrast to the single-humped camels found in Rajasthan and other parts of India. The Bactrian camels were the main mode of transport when Ladakh was an important stopover on the ancient trade routes with Central Asia.
Joyrides on the Bactrian camel through the sand dunes is a must-do for the tourists who visit Hunder. Camel safari takes around two hours. Dinner & Overnight at Nubra.
Nubra Valley – Pangong lake 169KM ( 7 – 8 HRS)
After breakfast, leave for Pangong Lake 14,500 ft, via Changla Pass 17,350 ft, it is the third highest motorable road in the world. Pangong is a brackish water lake, shared by India and China. Hot lunch will be served by the hotel/camp. The rest of the day is at disposal; leisurely enjoy the color changing lake of blue and green on a rusty background while the setting sun teases you with awesome vistas which are simply breathtaking. O / N Pangong Lake.
Day 08:In Pangong Lake.
After breakfast, Explore Pangong Lake.
Overnight at Pangong.
Day 09:Pangong Lake – Leh 140 km/ 4-5 Hrs.
Early morning enjoys the picturesque view of Sunrise on the lake. After breakfast, drive back to Leh, Enroute visit Thiksay Monastery and Shey Palace. O / N Leh.
Day 10: Day Leisure
Day 11:Leh Airport Drop
- Anything specifically not mentioned in the ‘tour price includes’ column.
- Govt Tax of 5.00% over and above the Tour Cost mentioned.
- Any increase in Airfare, Airport taxes, Fuel Price for ‘I-fly tours’ and any applicability of new taxes from Government.
- Any up gradation in the Airline class or hotel room category.
- Cost of Insurance.
- Cost of Pre/Post tour hotel accommodation.
- Any extra expenses such as route change, Airline change, Date change, Accommodation facilities, etc incurred due to the unforeseen, unavoidable forced Majeure circumstances during the tour.
- Porterage (coolie charges), laundry, telephone charges, shopping, wines & alcoholic beverages, mineral water, items of personal nature and food or drink which is not part of a set group menu.
- Any extra cost incurred on behalf of an individual due to illness, accident, hospitalization, or any personal emergency.
- Any services or activity charges other than those included in the group tour itinerary.