Best Of Ladakh Special Package..

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    Accommodation Transportation Package - Budget Sightseeing

What To Expect

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    Day 01 : Arrival Leh.

    Leh arrival, A representative from Wisdom will welcome you, smile, help, and drive you to your hotel in Leh. Free time the rest of the day to adjust to Ladakh's high altitude. Take a stroll to Leh's neighbourhood bazaar in the evening. In a hotel in Leh for the night.

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    Day 02 : Monastery tour and Leh sightseeing.

    After breakfast, go to Thiksey village to see the monastery before continuing on to Shey Village to see the palace and gompa there. Return to Leh later for lunch. Visit Ladakh's sole donkey sanctuary and Shanti Stupa after lunch for stunning views of the setting sun. After supper, spend the night in the motels. GOMPA THIKSEY: Thiksey is one of the biggest and most outstanding Gompas in terms of architecture, and it is located 19 km from Leh in a stunning location. This Gompas has a number of temples with beautiful wall murals, stupas, and pictures of Buddha.

    SHEY PALACE AND GOMPA: The royal family's former home, it is located on a hillside 15 kilometres upstream of Leh. It is said that it served as the pre-Tibetan peoples' centre of authority. The biggest Buddha statue of its type, measuring 7.5 metres high and covered in gold, is located here.DOG SANCTUARY: The sanctuary is located not far from the Khardungla Pass route. The sanctuary is open to the public, and helpful signage will point you in the right direction from the heart of Leh. The creative surprise that awaits you once you arrive at the refuge makes the effort worthwhile. It is accessible to the general public throughout the day, and any donations or juicy carrots will only be utilised to enhance the welfare of these magnificent animals.

    SHANTI STUPA (Japanese Peace Pagoda): With assistance from the organisation and the community, a Japanese religious group led by Head Monk Nakamura built the Shanti Stupa/Japanese Peace Pagoda. It offers a bird's eye perspective of the town of Leh and the surrounding mountain peaks since it is perched on a hilltop in the Cahngspa hamlet. The primary Japanese shrine is located near the entryway, and the building's architecture bears a Japanese influence.

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    Day 03: Leh - Nubra Via Khardungla Pass

    Early in the morning, go to Nubra Valley through Khardungla Pass, the highest motorable road in the world (5602 metres). Arrive in Nubra and travel to Hunder to see the White Sand Dunes. You may delight in the camel ride (On Own). If time allows, visit the monasteries of Hunder and Diskit after which you may check into the Deluxe Camp. The evening is free. A night spent in the camp.

    KHARDUNGLA PASS: Khardung La Pass, at 18,390 feet, is the highest motorable road in the world and is located around 39 kilometres from Nubra Valley. From Leh, away. On either side of the pass, there are two checkpoints. The first settlement in the Nubra valley above Deskit and the other villages is Khardong.

    DESKIT Hamlet: Deskit is the primary village and administrative centre of the Nubra Valley. It contains a gompa that is roughly 500 years old on a hilltop and a small market with a row of stores. The monastery offers stunning views of the valley.

    DESKIT GOMPA: Around 1420 AD, during the reign of King Dragspa, Lama Sherab Zangpo of Stod constructed Deskit Gompa. The Gompa, a division of Thikse Monastery, is home to over 100 monks. On the twentieth and twenty-first days of the Tibetan calendar's 12th month, the monastery celebration known as Gustor takes place.

    HUNDAR VILLAGE: Hundar is a lovely village with lots of trees, and you will love staying there. Above the town, there is a tiny monastery and an abandoned fort. It is lovely to take the two-hour Camel Safari (Double Hump Bactrian Camels) over the sand dunes from Hundar to Deskit (on own).

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    Day 04: Nubra - Leh

    After breakfast, depart for Leh by taking the world's highest motorable road, the Khardungla Pass, once more. Explore the Leh Bazaar in the evening, go on foot to the Leh Jokhang or the Leh Mosque. In the motel for the night.

    JOKHANG: The Ladakh Buddhist Association constructed the modest gonpa known as Jokhang in the main market, across from SBI, in 1957. This gonpa is available all day for tourists. Joyo Rinpoche's statue is housed at the Gonpa (crowned Buddha).

    LEH MOSQUE: In accordance with a deal made between the Ladakhi monarch Deldan Namgyal and the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, the Jama Masjid of Leh was constructed in 1666–1667 AD. The mosque's original building was influenced by Tibetan, Central Asian, and Ladakhi styles. With the addition of domes and minarets in recent years, it has been rebuilt and given a fresh appearance.

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    Day 05 : Excursion to Pangong Lake

    Drive to Pangong Lake, which is on the border with China, in the morning after breakfast. After supper, return to your accommodation in Leh for the night.

    THE PANGONG LAKE: This path exits the Indus valley via the side valleys of Chemrey and Sakti and passes the charming villages of Shey and Thiksey. The Chang-la (18,000 feet / 5,475 M) is one of the simpler crossings, and it spans the Ladakh range. Aside from brief times of genuine snowfall, it is open for much of the year even in winter. An old temple can be seen at Tangse, which is just beyond the pass's foot.

    However, this circuit's biggest draw is the Pangong Lake, which is located at 14,000 feet (4,267 M). The Changchenmo range of mountains, with their reflection shimmering in the ever-changing blues and greens of the lake's brackish water, are spectacularly visible from a long, narrow basin of inland drainage that is barely six to seven kilometres wide at its widest point and is only about seven kilometres from the head of the lake. The Pangong range's glacier- and snow-capped summits are located above Spangmik.

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    Day 06 : Airport Departure.

    Leave on time for Leh airport to board your flight to Delhi.


Accommodation And Meal Plan As Per Iternary Mentioned Above
Transport ( Tavera Non Ac / Quails Non Ac) Strictly As Per Iternary
Complimentary shikara ride for 1 hour
The vehicle provided to the client is not at his disposal
Toll tax parking and driver allowances
Rates are net and non commissionable


Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
Travel insurance
Pony Ride
Guide charges (optional).
All personal nature like video camera, tip, table drink, etc and any other.
Gondola Tickets