On arrival at Kushok Bakula airport Leh (3500m) airport meet with our representative waiting for you and you will be transferred to Hotel. Evening enjoy the beautiful market of Leh Ladakh. Have shopping of Traditional clothes and jewelry Later come back to hotel. Dinner & overnight at hotel in Leh.
LEH PALACE: The Palace overlooks Leh town and is modeled on the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. The palace was built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century, but was later abandoned when Dogra forces took control of Ladakh in the mid-19th century. The royal family moved to Stok Palace. Leh Palace is nine stories high; the upper floors accommodated the royal family, the stables and store rooms were in the lower floors. The palace, a ruin, is currently being restored by the Archaeological Survey of India. The palace is open to the public and the roof provides panoramic views of Leh and the surrounding areas. The richest collection of jewelry, ornaments, Thangkas, ceremonial dresses, crowns, and centuries-old pieces of jewelry are kept here for public display. There are Chinese Thangka or sooth paintings which are more than 450 years old but still look new.
SHANTI STUPA (Japanese Peace Pagoda): Shanti Stupa/Japanese peace pagoda is built by a Japanese religious organization headed by Head monk Nakamura with the help from the organization and local people. It is situated at a hill top in Cahngspa village providing a bird eye view of the Leh town and the surrounding mountain peaks. Architecturally it has the Japanese touch with small clean rooms on the side for meditators and the main Japanese shrine at the entrance. Dinner & overnight at hotel in Leh. Evening enjoy the beautiful market of Leh Ladakh. Have shopping of Traditional clothes and jewelry Later come back to hotel. Dinner & overnight at hotel in Leh.
Today after breakfast drive to Nubra Valley. The road journey from Leh to Nubra Valley passes over Khardung La (The Highest Motorable road in the world) AT 5,602 M / 18,390 FT, around 39 km from Leh. From the pass, one can see all the way south over the Indus valley to seemingly endless peaks and ridges of the Zanskar range, and north to the giants of the Saser massif. Nubra Valley is popularly known as Ldumra or the valley of flowers. It is situated in the north of Ladakh between the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas. The average altitude of the valley is 10,000 Ft. above sea level. Upon arrival in Nubra check in at our Camp.In the evening, walk around the tiny villages to see how the locals live in this part of the world. Dinner and overnight stay at the Cam
After breakfast drive to Pangong Lake (4267 m) above Wari La Pass( 5312 mts). The journey takes you through spectacular scenery, with breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains. The lake is the highest saltwater lake in the world and is located along the India / China border. It is about 130 km long and 5-6 km wide. The Chang-Chenmo Mountain range, which includes the lake from the north, providing a spectacular backdrop for the blue and green expanse of his salty water. Overnight in camp at Pangonglake.
Today after breakfast drive to Leh above (5360 mts). On the way visit Shey Thiskey. Thiksay Gompa or Thiksay Monastery is a gompa affiliated with the Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhism. It is located on top of a hill in Thiksey village, approximately 19 kilometres east of Leh in Ladakh, India. After that arrive at Leh and check into hotel. In evening have leisure. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Today after breakfast your journey towards Airport. On arrival at Airport take your flight towards Delhi.
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➢ Breakfasts & Dinners.
➢ Pick and Drop at time of arrival/departure.
➢ Driver’s allowance, Road tax, and Fuel charges.
➢ Sightseeing by vehicle provided by us.
➢ All personal expenses.
➢ optional tours, and Extra meals.
➢ Any unplanned Transport expenses, Camera fees.
➢ Alcoholic/ Non-Alcoholic beverages
➢ Anything not mentioned in Inclusions.