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6 nights / 7 days
Ladakh a magical place; as the Land of Buddha, it evokes strong cultural and spiritual sensibilities. Most of the High Pass in Ladakh can be enjoyed, such as the changing colours of the sky, the Moonland, river meeting sites, and peace and calm.
Duration: six nights and seven days
Khardungla Pass – Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake – Changla Pass Kali Temple – Gurudwara Pathar Sahib – Magnetic Hill – Sangam – Hemis – Thiksey – Shey – Leh
The six-night, seven-day Ladakh package is the most popular because it encompasses all of the important destinations in Ladakh without rushing or squandering precious time.
This tour includes visits to the most popular monasteries, such as Thiksey, Shey, Hemis, and Diskit.
The iconic Pangong Lake is included in the six-night, seven-day Ladakh itinerary.
Aside from viewing the gorgeous Diskit monastery, you can enjoy a double-humped camel ride at Hunder’s dunes.
The tourists will enjoy the thrilling trip across Khardungla Pass and Changla Pass, two of the world’s highest mountain crossings.
A private cab will pick you up and drop you off at Leh Airport. The cab will be ready for whatever sightseeing you decide to include in your agenda.
The seven-day Ladakh tour package is appropriate for travellers of all ages who are in good health and do not have respiratory or cardiac problems.
Clothing : Warm socks, good woollens, sports/trekking shoes, sunglasses, sun protection cream, lip balm, sun cap, and warm socks. If visiting during the winter, carry a muffler, gloves, a warm cap and a wind heater.
Before you vist you should to know: Visitors with lung or cardiac difficulties should see their doctor before visiting Ladakh. Otherwise, if you allow your body to fully acclimatise, Ladakh is safe for everyone. Avoid smoking and drinking in this area.
Sights : Rivers, lakes, snow-capped peaks, and sand dunes, Himalayan wildlife, high mountain passes, glaciers, and gorges, as well as monasteries
You will be transported to the hotel for check-in after arriving at Leh Airport. You have the day off today to relax and acclimatise. This allows you to explore Leh while also getting acquainted with the high-altitude climate. Overnight in Leh at a hotel.
After breakfast, depart for a half-day tour to the Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, and the Sangam View, where the Indus and Zanskar rivers meet. You would be driven back to the hotel in the afternoon. Enjoy a sunset at Shanti Stupa in the evening. Stay the night in a hotel in Leh.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Pangong Lake, east to Leh through Changla Pass (17500ft) and Durbuk and Tangtse villages in the Changthang district of Ladakh, and maybe one of the most magnificent lakes in Asia, changing colour 4 - 5 times a day. In the evening, take in the breathtaking vista of Pangong Lake. Overnight at Pangong Lake Camp.
Day 4: Pangong Lake to Leh Meals: breakfast and dinner
Check out of the camp today after breakfast and head to Leh.
You will be driven to Nubra Valley today after an early breakfast. Stop at Khardung-la-pass, the world's highest motorable road at 18,380 feet. Ldorma, or the Valley of Flowers, is another name for Nubra Valley. It is located north of Ladakh, between the Karakoram and Himalayan ranges. Arrive at Hunder and check into your hotel/camp. Later, explore Diskit Village and have a camel ride through the dunes. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel or a camp.
Today, after breakfast, take the same route back to Leh through Khardung-la. Upon arrival, check into the hotel. In the evening, go shopping in the Leh market. Overnight stay at a hotel.
Check out of the hotel after breakfast and be transported to Leh Airport. Your unforgettable visit to Ladakh comes to an end here.