Upon arrival in Leh, Meet and assistance at the airport and transfer by car to Hotel. One is advised to take complete day rest for acclimitization. Ladakh at an altitude of 11500 Ft. is a land like no other. Bounded by two of the world’s mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, it lies athwart two others, the Ladakh range and the Zanskar range. Ladakh is also known as the land of passes.
After breakfast Kali Mandir, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill, Pather Sahib, conflunce of river INDUS Local visit of Sankar Gompa: Located on a valley floor and is the home to Lamas who belong to yello sect and worship his Holiness – The Dalai Lama. Visit Shanti Stupa : a Buddhist religious monument built by Indian based Japanese Monk whose intention was to spread Buddhisim by building such stupas throughut the world. Evening is free for personal activities.
Leh – Nubra Valley
After early breakfast drive to Nebura Valley over Khardung La Pass (Worlds highest motorable pass ), check in at camp. Afternoon free to visit GOMPA / Camel ride (OPTIONAL)
Nubra Valley – Leh
Nebura Valley – Leh Return to Leh after local visit of village drive back to Leh. Evening Free.
After early breakfast full day sightseeing of Shey,Thicksey & Hemis. Shey was the summer Palace of Ladakhi Kings and is where you can see the 36Ft. high statue of Buddha made of copper and covered with gold. The twelve storeyed monastery of Thicksey is situated in the most prominent of positions, lies on an island Mountain. Finally visit; Hemis : Farthest away from Leh, this is the wealthiest Monastery in Ladakh belonging to the Red Sect – it is here each summer that plays are held and Ladakhis from all parts of the country will visit Hemis. Evening return to Leh.
In Leh : Leh – Pangong – Leh
After early breakfast depart for Full Day trip to Pangong Lake over the Chang-la(5475 Mts. ) the highest lake in Ladakh and is flanked by massive peaks over 6500 Mts. High. The lake is 150 Kms. Long but is only 4 Kms. At its widest and extends almost in a straight line, way into Tibet, One rarely feels so close to nature and environment and the scenery is unforgettable. Return To Leh by afternoon enroute visit Farthest away from Leh, this is the wealthiest Monastery in Ladakh belonging to the Red Sect – it is here each summer that plays are held and Ladakhis from all parts of the country will visit Hemis.
Leh – Delhi
Check out from hotel in time to catch your return flight back home.