Majestic Ladakh Tour Pack..

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    Accommodation Transportation Package - Budget Sightseeing

What To Expect

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    Day 1 : Arrival at Srinagar

    Check into the hotel and then head out to explore the neighbourhood. See the Mughal Gardens, Cheshma Shahi (Royal Spring), Nishat (Garden of Pleasure), Shalimar (Abode of Love), and Shankaracharya Temple, all of which are located on hillsides around the Dal Lake in Srinagar. You may take an independent Shikara ride in Dal Lake in the evening.

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    Day 2 : Sonamarg excursion

    Go on a trip to Sonmarg after breakfast. You may explore Baltal Valley and take in Sonmarg's splendour there. Afterward, return to Srinagar. Spend the night in a hotel in Srinagar.

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    Day 3 : Depart from Srinagar to Leh by road. Night stay at Kargil

    Travel by road from Srinagar to Leh. Stay the night in Kargil

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    Day 4 : Arrival at Leh. Day at Leisure.

    Arrival at Leh. Day at Leisure.

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    Day 5 : Leh | Monastery Tour

    After a full breakfast, go for the Hemis monastery.

    The largest, richest, and best-known Gompa in Ladakh is the Hemis monastery, which is 40 kilometres from Leh. Its popularity is a result of the yearly celebration performed here in the summer to mark the anniversary of Guru Padma Sambhava's birth. A copper-gilt statue of the Lord Buddha, several gold- and silver-plated stupas, holy thangkas, and other items may all be found inside the monastery. The monastery, which is said to have existed before the eleventh century, was reestablished in 1630 by the first manifestation of Stagsang Raspa Nawang Gyatso. This Tibetan monastery, a member of the Drukpa sect, has incredibly vibrant and lovely architecture.
    After that, travel to Thiksey Monastery to explore.

    Monastery of Thiksey: The Thiksey Monastery is located around 18 kilometres from the town of Leh. It is one of Ladakh's most exquisite monasteries and is a part of the Buddhist Gelukpa Order. At Stakmo, Sherab Zangpo of Stod oversaw the first construction of the Thiksey Monastery. But afterwards, in the year 1430 AD, Sherab Zangpo's nephew Spon Paldan Sherab rebuilt the monastery.

    North of the Indus River, on a hilltop, stood the new monastery. The Maitreya Buddha statue there is the tallest in Ladakh at 15 metres.

    Once you've seen these stunning monasteries, head back to Leh where you'll be dropped off at the hotel or market for lunch (on direct payment basis).

    Post lunch you will leave for the sight-seeing tour of Shanti Stupa.
    Shanti Stupa: Shanti Stupa of Ladakh is located on the hilltop at Changspa. It can be reached quite easily from the Fort Road. The Stupa

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    Day 6 : Leh to Nubra Valley Via Khardungla Pass: 140Km / 5 -6 Hours

    Early in the morning, go to Nubra Valley through Khardungla pass, the highest motorable road in the world (5602 metres).

    (18,380 feet above sea level) Khardung La Pass: One does not get the opportunity to travel on a road at an elevation of 18,380 feet very frequently. On the route from Leh to the Nubra Valley in Ladakh, it is the location of the Khardungla Pass, also known as the "Pass of Lower Castle." The Border Roads Organization proudly announces on signs that it is the highest motorable road in the world.

    After arriving at Nubra Valley, move on to explore Hunder's White Sand Dunes. Here, you may even take a camel ride (Camel ride on direct payment basis).

    The Nubra Valley Nubra Valley, also known as the orchard of Ladakh, provides a lovely vista of yellow and pink wild roses in the summer and a carpet of wild lavender in the months following a monsoon. You will undoubtedly be in awe when you witness Bactrian camels, which have a shaggy double hump.

    Thereafter, check in at Swiss comfortable Camp or Hotel.
    Enjoy the evening at leisure.
    Have a delicious dinner and comfortable overnight stay at the camp or hotel.

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    Day 7 : Nubra Vally to Leh Via Khardungla Pass: 140 Kms / 5 - 6 Hours

    Morning after Breakfast proceed for Diskit Monastery.

    Diskit Monastery: One of the region's oldest temples, it houses a sizable statue of Tsong-kha-pa that is draped in a yellow Gelugpa cap. The Diskit Gompa was founded in the fourteenth century by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, a student of Tsong-kha-pa.

    There is a really intriguing mythology associated with Diskit Gompa. A Mongol demon who was regarded to be a sworn opponent of Buddhism is said to have previously resided here, according to legend. He was destroyed close to the monastery. However, even after he passed away, his corpse continued returning to the monastery. The monastic temple, which is home to ferocious Gods and Goddesses, is supposed to still include the demon's wrinkly head and hand.

    After seeing the Diskit Monastery, continue your trip back to Leh by climbing the world's highest motorable route, the Khardungla Pass, once more.

    Spend the evening shopping and exploring the Leh Bazaar on your own.
    Enjoy your meal and stay the night at the hotel.

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    Day 8 : Sham Valley Tour

    Drive to Sangam in the morning after a delectable breakfast (Confluence). Visit Magnetic Hill and Gurudwara Patthar Sahib while travelling. Visit the Indus River and Zanskar Confluence.

    The Sangam (Confluence): The Indus and Zanskar Rivers meet at Nimu in Ladakh. Given that Ladakh receives just 2 to 3 inches of precipitation annually, and that the Indus travels through the region by your side as a permanent companion, you have respect for the people who live there. The confluence of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers appears to have been planned from the beginning. Beyond this Confluence of the two, the waters are recognised as the Indus River from this point on.

    Magnetic Hill: Has anyone ever tried to visualise moving a car up a mountain without its engines? To experience this incredible occurrence, go to Magnetic Hill.

    Gurudwara Pathhar Sahib: Located approximately 25 miles from Leh on the Leh-Kargil route, at a height of 12000 feet, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is a stunning Gurudwara built in honour of Guru Nanak. The Gurudwara was constructed in 1517 to honour Guru Nanak Dev, the Sikh faith's founding Guru, who travelled to the Ladakh area.

    On your way back, visit Ladakh Hall of fame.

    Hall of Fame: Every Indian citizen must visit the Hall of Fame in Leh. The Indian Army is the one who built this. At the Kargil war site, you may find artefacts, the biographies of notable defence figures, pictures of the weaponry used during the conflict, and the personal effects of enemy troops.

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    Day 9 : Departure

    Today marks the conclusion of the Ladakh holiday. Arrive to the Leh airport on schedule. I hope this vacation will leave you with countless memories!


Hotel/Camp accommodation for 08 nights
Private taxi (Xylo/Innova for upto 6pax and Tempo Traveller for more than 7 pax) for all sightseeing as per itinerary. You can upgrade to other vehicle. Please note that AC would be switched off on the hills.
Morning tea
The vehicle provided to the client is not at his disposal
Toll tax parking and driver allowances
Rates are net and non commissionable
08 breakfasts and 08 dinners (MAP meal plan)
Inner Line Permit/ Protected Area Permit
Inner Line Permit/ Protected Area Permit


Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
Travel insurance
Flight/rail tickets
Guide charges (optional).
All personal nature like video camera, tip, table drink, etc and any other.
Laundry, tip, shopping expenses