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Vacation Style Holiday TypeCamping, Family
Activity Level Challenging
Stunning Gompas (Tibetan Buddhist monasteries), fluttering prayer flags, whitewashed stupas, Ladakh is a riot of intricate murals and red-robed monks. Known as the world’s coldest desert, the glaciers, sand dunes and freezing winds shape the area’s rugged landscape.
- Private cab throughout the tour
- Meals as mentioned in the Itinerary
- Accommodation on twin sharing basis
- The above rates are net & non-commissionable
- Above rates include all taxes & Service Charges
- All taxes special inner line permit
- Anything not mentioned under ‘Package Inclusions’
- All personal expenses, optional tour and extra meals
- Camera fees, alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages and starters
- Vehicle service on leisure days for sightseeing not included in the itinerary
- Medical and travel insurance
Arrival to Leh
Arrive at Leh airport in the morning, from where you’ll be guided to your hotel in a private cab. Let the jagged mountains mesmerise you as you enter Leh. On reaching, check into your hotel and rest for the day to acclimatize to the high altitude of the region. At night, have a scrumptious dinner at your hotel and sleep peacefully.
Leh to Hunder via Khardung La
On the second day, head for the valley of flowers, Nubra Valley. En route you’ll cross the world’s highest motorable pass Khardung La. Once you reach the enchanting valley, you can start by paying a visit to the Hunder Monastery.
A remote village in the Ladakh district, Hunder lies close to the border between India and Pakistan comprising settlers including Ladakhis and Tibetans. You can also visit the sand dunes here to enjoy a camel safari. Spend the night under the starry skies of Nubra valley and have a lovely dinner by the bonfire.
Hunder to Turtuk
Located on the India-Pakistan border, Tuktuk village on the banks of the Shyok River with unparalleled natural beauty.
The place is culturally, linguistically and historically different from what you’ve seen till now in your Ladakh holiday as it falls under the Gilgit-Baltistan region. Even the landscape is different with dramatic narrow valleys and steep mountains, unlike Central Ladakh and Nubra. Comparatively, situated at a lower altitude than Leh, you’ll see green pastures here that yield fresh produce like apricots and apples.
Back to Leh
Wake up to a beautiful morning and have your breakfast in your camp. After which you can head out to explore this quaint little village and spend some time by the turquoise Shyok River. Later, in the day, you’ll head back to Leh. On reaching, you can settle down in your hotel and sleep for the night after having a hearty dinner.
Leh to Pangong
On the fifth day of your Ladakh holiday, you’ll go on a day excursion to the alluring Pangong Tso. Once you have had your breakfast, leave in your private cab to this beautiful place.
On the way you’ll cross the world’s third highest motorable road, Chang La situated at an altitude of 17,590 feet. As you reach Pangong Tso, you’ll see the beauty of this high altitude grassland lake. You can also visit the filming location of various famous Bollywood movies, including “3 Idiots”. By the evening you’ll return to Leh and spend the night at your hotel after having dinner.
Wake up early in the morning and have your breakfast. You can head out for a bit to have a last look at the surreal terrains before you head for the airport. After that the driver will drop you till the airport from where you can id adieu and leave for home.
Yes, you can personalize your Ladakh tour. However, you must discuss all your preferences (if any) beforehand with the tour agents to ensure a hassle-free arrangement.
Yes, credit cards are accepted in a few hotels and restaurants but 2% service tax is charged. However, it is best to carry some cash for hassle free payments.
BSNL, AIRTEL and AIRCEL networks are available and work in Leh and Ladakh. However, BSNL is the one that works the best. Please note that prepaid sims DO NOT work at all in Ladakh.