Ladakh family tour package

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 Ladakh Family tour package overview.

As you kind through fabulous  Ladakh Family  tour package, ensure you spherical up a number of its famous monasteries, palaces and the vintage city in Leh. 


 Ladakh is over 9800 feet high and runs from the Himalayas through the Kunlun Ranges, including the lush, higher Indus River valley. It is currently a proposed Union Territory. The plateau of Ladakh is presently bordered by Tibetan to the east, on the west is Kashmir valley, on the south is Lahaul and Spiti, and on the North is the Karakoram Pass of the Himalayas following the formation of the current borders. So it’s not surprising that Ladakh quickly changed into a landscape of craggy, desolate peaks with gorgeous gompas (Buddhist monasteries) perched precariously on them.

The all-white original stupas with their colourful prayer flags flapping alongside them stand out in stark contrast. The prayer wheel produces chants that blend with the wind when rotated counterclockwise. And convey a melody this is as calming as its miles haunting. The gompas’ interiors, where the priests in red robes reside, provide a bright contrast to the bleak, ochre and grey landscape outside. Done up in a rise up of colours with complex works of art and colourful, golden-hued Buddhas, Ladakh is a bit of Tibet forgotten in time. 


Ladakh Habitats Teaches the world through its Tourist Attraction activities.

 Far from being cash-rich, Ladakh’s economic system teaches an issue to the extra-industrial economies of the world. A median Ladakhi is self-sufficient for the tsampa or roast barley flour, the dairy (yak’s milk, cream, and cheese), and the change or barley beer he domestically produces despite living in rural mud-brick dwellings. Within the significance, the area is separated into the districts of Kargil and Leh, with Kargil having a majority of Muslims and Leh having a preponderance of Buddhists. While the previous is a meaningful halt along the route from Srinagar to Leh and a point of entry into the Zanskar region, Leh usually is where the tourist industry is centred.


All about Leh

 Leh: It is a flawlessly not unusual place for travellers to search for Leh Ladakh excursion applications due to the fact there are rarely such a lot of locations which are as vacationer-pleasant and breathtakingly lovely as this mountainous district. Hemmed in through a backbone of dagger-like ridges, Leh, mendacity at the Silk Route at 11,490 feet, is a city instantly out of an image graph ee-e book with mud-brick homes, slim meandering lanes and a vintage bazaar at its heart.

Also jostling for the area are a couple of hotels, memento shops, journey businesses and hiking businesses that cater to its burgeoning vacationer interest. In the long summertime season months, you may get around to the maximum locations inside this vintage city on foot, eleven. However, the equal can not be stated approximately its harsh winter. Taking it smooth at Leh is extraordinarily crucial to shed possibilities of a likely altitude illness afterwards withinside the journey while you cross on a trek to the better reaches.

There are many guesthouse options in Changspa, a small agricultural hub northwest of the city. Venture deeper into the suburbs, and you’ll input a lush panorama of barley fields crisscrossed through slim streams and winding footpaths that usually lead you into somebody’s fascinating lawn domestic – a bunch of them double up as most cost-efficient guesthouses. 


 Sightseeing in Ladakh what will be included in fabulous Leh Ladakh  Family tour package.

 A trip to Leh Ladakh family tour package, would not be complete without paying respect to the many vibrant gompas and palaces surrounding it.


Leh Palace: The Leh Palace, a prominent building in the city, is thought to bear more than a passing similarity to Tibet’s Potala Palace in Lhasa. 

The building, constructed in the seventeenth century under King Singge Namgyal, has been mainly deserted since And deposed the Ladakh monarchs. A small prayer room, a gallery for holding image exhibits, and a stairway leading to the rooftop for a bird’s-eye view of Leh’s lunar landscape are currently housed within the palace’s sturdy walls. At the bottom of the shape is the enduring Namgyal Stupa, the Chandazik Gompa with a sweep of colourful works of art, and the Soma Gompa, an erstwhile domestic of the monastery’s printing press. 


 Spituk Gompa: The Spituk Gompa, which is situated at an elevation of 10,852 feet and offers views of the Indus Valley, is one of the great places to visit in Leh Ladakh. Watching planes land at the airport in Leh from below is fantastic. You can climb the stairway outside the form to reach the three-tiered shrine and the Gonkhang, which is thought to be the chapel’s protector. This chapel is domestic to the monastery’s presiding deities, even though girls travellers are forbidden from going inside. Once withinside the entire complex, you’ll see the top problematic shape of the Skudung Lhakhang. Head into the vintage Tibetan prayer corridor, which has a statue of the founding father of Gelukpa Buddhism, the Tsongkhapa. Before finishing your meal at the little cafeteria serving traditional Ladakhi tea, PABA, a pea and barley meal, and Tangtur curry, a dip made of vegetables, greens, and yoghurt, explore the other magnificent statues and learn their endearing legends. In the final days of January, the gompa holds a competition about five kilometres from the crucial Leh.


 Leh Old Town: In Leh, there is a maze of lanes, mud-brick stairways that slope down and down old mud-brick homes, and stupas that still have evident upper days just past the Jamia Masjid. Welcome to Leh’s Old Town. The best delight and fascination in this area is to meander around its labyrinth of alleyways and take in the old buildings, some of which have been well renovated, including an attractive group of seventeenth-century houses that now house the LAMO arts centre. Stop at Lala’s Art Cafe before continuing your journey through a plain tunnel adorned with little stupas that are coloured white, blue, and yellow. Before visiting the Leh Palace above, ascend the rocky incline to LAMO and sit at the Old Town Cafe for a few cups of butter tea.


 LAMO: This seventeenth-century Ladakhi mansion has been resorted to deal with the humanities and media considered serving as a charming backdrop to the artwork exhibitions, ee-e book discussions, and movie screenings it holds. You can take a guided 20-minute excursion of the vicinity to come up with an account of the architectural forte of the setting other than displaying a part of the town wall, a fake ground panel over a granary. In the early days, they put little youngsters on a rope to get admission to barley from the granary. 


 Thiksey Gompa: The Thiksey Gompa, one of Ladakh’s largest and most recognisable monasteries, is perched perilously above a rocky outcrop just thirty minutes from Leh. Look up the enormous Buddha statue bearing a crown inside the Maitreya temple’s atmospheric prayer hall, or Dukhang. However, to retain your interest, it’s the old-fashioned vintage library on the rooftop that predates the relaxing of the shape. The front price tag helps you to discover the museum as nicely as a few charming Buddhist memorabilia. There is also a monastery eating place if you desire to seize a chunk earlier than heading out. You can be available in time for the prayers that occur between 6:00 am and 07:30 am within the meeting corridor. 


 Yungdrung Gompa: The Yungdrung Gompa at Lamayuru, one of Ladakh’s most famous Buddhist monasteries, is just a short five-minute walk from the Leh Old Town. There may be a touch alcove inside; this is thought to have been the meditation space of a mystic named Naropa between 1016 and 1100 AD. The giant rolled-up thangka is decorated in July, the same month the gompa hosts the Kabgyug masked dance competition.


 Tsemo Fort: A outstanding landmark in Leh and seen from nearly any part of the city, the Tsemo or Victory Fort crowns the Palace Ridge. Outside a touch Buddhist shrine, there isn’t plenty to browse within the castle partitions. However, just below the gompa are fifteenth-century temple structures, one of which contains an eight-meter-tall figure of Maitreya with a golden-coloured face, and the other of which is linked to the Golkhang (the protector of deities). This challenging ascent to the Tsemo Fort from Leh Palace might take up to 15 minutes.

Art, survival, and cultures are preserved in the history museum of Leh.

 Central Asian Museum: Constructed at the traces of an average Lhasa mansion, this beautiful four-storey shape in Leh homes the Central Asian Museum for being on a vintage caravan camp. In addition to its symbolic value, the museum examines Leh’s role in the Silk Route trade. Ladakh, Chinese Turkestan, and Tibet each have their galleries. The city’s oldest mosque and a traditional Ladakhi kitchen, where you may sit down and have a hot dinner, share a courtyard with the museum.  

 Sankar Gompa: A portrait of the previous Geluka head lama of Ladakh, the Kushok Bakula Rinpoche, is on display in the little prayer chamber of the Sankar Gompa, the largest monastery in Upper Leh. The modest environment is perfect for meditation or taking in the surroundings. Even the little trip past the stupa-shaped building from Sankar Lane is serene.



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Day 1- Leh Ladakh Arrival at Airport

You will be taken to the hotel for check-in after arriving at Leh airport. You have the day off to enjoy yourself and become acclimated. In this manner, you can explore Leh's town and the climate at a high altitude. In a motel in Leh for the night.

Day 2- Leh Local sightseeing of Hall of fame

After breakfast, depart for a half-day tour to the Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, and Sangam View, where the Indus and Zanskar rivers converge. You'd be driven back to the hotel in the afternoon. Visit the Leh Palace in the evening and take in the sunset near Shanti Stupa. Leh hotel stays for the night.

Day 3- Leh To Nubra valley Via Khardungla Pass

You will be taken to Nubra Valley after an early breakfast today. Visit Khardung-la-pass, at 18,380 feet, the highest motorable road in the world, while you're traveling. Ldorma, or the valley of flowers, is another name for Nubra Valley. It is located to the north of Ladakh. Arrive at Hunder and check into your hotel or camp. Later, go to Diskit Village and take a camel ride among the sand dunes. Dinner and a night spent at a hotel or camp.

Day 4- Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake

After breakfast today, we will travel through the villages of Tangste, Shyok, and Durbuk to reach Pangong Lake. Pangong Lake, one of the most stunning lakes in Asia that changes its hue four to five times per day, is located in the Changthang district of Ladakh to the east of Leh. Enjoy the stunning vista of Pangong Lake in the evening. Then, spend the night at the Pangong Lake Camp.

Day 5- Pangong Lake to Leh

After breakfast, check out the Camp today, then take the Changla Pass to Leh (17500ft). Visit the monasteries of Hemis, Shey, and Thiksey while travelling. Evening free for leisure and personal pursuits. Stay the night in the hotel.

Day 6- Leh Departure

After Breakfast, check out from the Hotel & you would be transferred to Leh Airport. Your memorable tour to beautiful Ladakh concludes here.

  • A hotel or camp for five nights
  • Drink of welcome upon arriving
  • 05 meals and 05 breakfasts (MAP meal plan)
  • breakfast tea
  • Private taxi for all sightseeing per the itinerary (Xylo/Innova for up to 6pax and Tempo Traveller for more than 7pax). You can switch to a different car. Please be aware that the AC will not be turned on in the hills.
  • The airport in Leh Inner Line Permit/Protected Area Permit pick-up and drop-off instructions 24 hours
  • parking, tolls, gasoline, and driver compensation
  • A knowledgeable driver would serve as the guide (You can hire a dedicated guide as well)
  • GST
  • No additional fees
  • Lunch, drinks, and meals not included in the meal plan
  • train and flight tickets
  • laundry, gratuity, and shopping costs
  • Private advisor
  • Everything included in the "Included in package" column that isn't

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