Incredible Leh Ladakh

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Leh Ladakh is a dream destination for solo travellers, families, and couples alike. It is a frozen paradise that over and above its magnificent landscapes, has turquoise blue lakes, mesmerising monasteries,  snow-covered peaks and unimaginable sights that change every few kilometres.


  • Arrival Leh
  • Pick up from Airport
  • Transfer to your hotel of stay in Leh
  • Take it easy at the beginning to give time to your body to adjust to this altitude. Stroll the main market and have lunch where you like.
  • Start exploring Leh with the visit to the Leh palace, Namgyal Tsemo gompa, Shanti Stupa.
  • After sunset, go back down to the city centre and spend some time in the Main Bazar.
  • Back to hotel for dinner and overnight stay in Leh
  • Morning Buffet Breakfast
  • This 1-day tour in the Indus valley takes you to the “Sham” region, the strange Magnetic Hill, the confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers, Basgo gompa, Alchi village, Alchi monastery, Likir monastery, Gurdwara Pathar Sahib and Spituk monastery
  • Back to hotel for dinner and overnight stay in Leh
  • Morning breakfast
  • Leaving Leh early, head to the Nubra valley, crossing the world’s highest drivable pass – Khardung La. Descend into the beautiful Nubra Valley (“the valley of flowers” in Ladakhi) towards the confluence of the Nubra and Shayok rivers. Diskit is the largest village in the Nubra valley. The main attraction is the Diskit monastery. Next, head to Hunder for the night. This small and quiet village with farmhouses and green fields has several accommodation options for all budgets (hotels, guesthouses, homestays).
  • Dinner at Hotel of stay
  • Overnight at Hunder
  • Morning Breakfast
  • After breakfast, experience a camel ride across the Hunder sand dunes. The Bactrian camels were brought to Ladakh when Hunder was a stopping point for caravans travelling on the Silk Route. Nowadays, there are approximately 200 Bactrian camels in the Nubra valley. Later, drive to Sumur, a quiet village on the bank of the Nubra river. Here, you can visit the Samstanling monastery before heading back to Leh
  • Back to hotel, dinner at the hotel
  • Overnight at Leh
  • Morning Breakfast
  • There is no better way to end this trip in Ladakh than with the visit to the stunning Pangong lake where the final part of the Bollywood movie “3 idiots” with Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor was shot. The lake is located 150 km east of Leh and you should start driving early. Follow the Indus valley up to Kharu, then take the road heading north towards Chang La, one of the highest mountain passes in the world at 5,360m altitude. After crossing Chang La pass, you will reach Tangtse village where you can stop for tea and snacks. From Tangtse, there is another 35 km to reach the lake. Pangong lake (or Pangong Tso, “tso” means “lake” in Ladakhi) is a brackish lake situated at 4,250m altitude. It is 140 km in length and only a quarter of it lies in India, the other part lies in Tibet. The picture-perfect Pangong lake has crystal clear waters spanning over the Indo-China border and it is surrounded by colourful Himalayan mountains. The visit to Pangong lake is definitely a highlight of any trip to Ladakh. On the way back to Leh, stop at Thiksey monastery, one of the most beautiful and interesting gompas in Ladakh whose architecture reminds us of the Potala Palace in Lhasa. The monastery was built on a hilltop in the 15th century and 80 Buddhist monks live here currently. There are many temples and shrines within the complex, one of them houses an impressive 14m gold-faced Buddha statue seated in the lotus position. The monastery roof offers a stunning panoramic view of the Indus valley, the villages surrounded by barley fields and fringed by the Stok mountain range
  • Back to hotel, dinner at hotel
  • Overnight at Leh
  • Morning Breakfast
  • Check out and transfer to Leh Airport
  • Return back home with fond memories to cherish forever
  • Morning breakfast
  • Check out and transfer to Airport / Railway station for your Journey home back
  • Return back home with fond memories to cherish forever

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