10 Best Sightseeing Tours in Kargil - 2020 (with 1107 Reviews)

Popular Kargil Sightseeing Tour Packages

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River Rafting Ladakh 9D/8N ₹ 0 3.0 star View Details
Tsarap Chu camping 18D/17N ₹ 0 5.0 star View Details
Jhunglam Hemis to Padum Trek 12D/11N ₹ 0 3.0 star View Details
Line of Control 13D/12N ₹ 0 4.0 star View Details
Ladakh Adventure and Monasteries 9D/8N ₹ 0 4.0 star View Details
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River Rafting Ladakh
River Rafting Ladakh

9D/8N

Srinagar

The National Geographic created an special documentary on the Snow Leopards of Rumbak Valley and won an award for it. This trek gives you a chance to come across a number of old monasteries, villages with rich culture and some stunning landscapes. The Rumbak Valley trek begins in Leh, takes you through a number of ancient monasteries in Hemis, Shey Palace and Thiksey. Then, you would be taking a 4-day trek between Spituk and Rumbak. The package also offers you a thrilling experience in the form of white water rafting between Chilling and Nimo. When you come to the fields of Rumba, the valley would start opening up with high snow-capped peaks on the backdrop.Once in the fields, you would be taking a left turn toward the east and head to the Rumbak Village. Then, the trek would head to Chilling for enjoying river rafting. The best thing about this trek is that you would be able to enjoy lots of things in a very short period of time.
Very Good

32 Ratings

3.0

32 Ratings

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Tsarap Chu camping
Tsarap Chu camping

18D/17N

Ladakh

Tsarap chu trekking camp is situated in Ladakh tour. Following the Tsarao Chu experience a world that is intact, peaceful, and almost everlasting. The campsite of this trek is bounded with its wonderful flora and fauna. Tsarap River carries glacial affluents from the Rupshu plateau and runs for a few kms along the Manali Leh highway north of the Baralacha Pass before taking a tortuous course through the mountains flowing in the north-west direction. The Ladakh trekking camp 'Following the Tsarap Chu' is arranged to Tsarap, Ladakh travel. It joins the Kargiakh flowing from Shingo-La to form Lugnak. Very little is known about the trail along the Tsarap which at many places has to be crossed on rope bridges. The trek ends at Karsha outside Padum, the heart of Zanskar. The Tsarap or Tsarap Chu is a river of Jammu and Kashmir in northern India. It flows through the Zanskar region of the state of Ladakh. The river joins with the Doda River to form the larger Zanskar River. Our journey will commence from New Delhi to Leh. While touring, we will get an opportunity of sightseeing at Leh. From here we will trek to Hemis, where there will be a village. There after we will move to Tikse and Hemis Gompas. We will get an opportunity to stay in camps at Kongmaru La, Kang Yatze Peak. There after we will pass through Sokra, Kharnak. We will explore the villages like, Gelugpa Gompa at Dat. We will pass the river called Zara Chu. Thereafter we will move on to our last destination Darcha by jeep.
Excellent

357 Ratings

5.0

357 Ratings

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Jhunglam Hemis to Padum Trek
Jhunglam Hemis to Padum Trek

12D/11N

Leh

It is one of the most adventurous treks on an isolated route which takes far into the mountains. It is a real wilderness experience for the adventure seekers, and the best period for exploration is from August to October when most of the snow has melted and the roaring rivers are passable. The trek starts from Hemis monastery (one of the richest monastery in Ladakh. It enters in famous Markha Valley and Zanskar via Junglam, which is open only for a month. In summer this route is closed due to water crossing and in winter heavy snowfall. This itinerary is very less frequented and we have to cross rivers many times. The Ladakh trekking tour will be an ideal one in September only when flow of water is low. Until Zangla during first seven days we will not see even a single village. It is an extremely demanding trek as one constantly has to acclimatize with the high altitudes and be constantly on the move. One does get a one of a kind experience traversing through the adventurous trek routes. Hemis-Padum is an unusual journey which will leads to discovery of a world of untouched beauty.
Very Good

23 Ratings

3.0

23 Ratings

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Line of Control
Line of Control

13D/12N

Srinagar

A trip to the northern most part of India which takes you through iconic war landmarks and various other fascinating destinations- thats what this package is all about. It is a 13 day long trip which starts from Srinagar, Taking you to Kargil, Batalik, Leh, Hunder and various other destinations of Ladakh including a tour of the monasteries and the stunning Tsomoriri Lake. The trip culminates in Manali, giving you an adventurous and a mesmerizing experience you will remember for a lifetime.
Superb

29 Ratings

4.0

29 Ratings

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Ladakh Adventure and Monasteries
Ladakh Adventure and Monasteries

9D/8N

Srinagar

It was not long ago that National Geographic brought the Himalayan Snow Leopards of Rumbak Valley to the notice of the world in a documentary that won many acclaims and awards. A trek through the wilderness of Rumbak Valley would let you come across a number of ancient monasteries, hermit villages and untouched vast landscapes. The trek for the Valley begins from the Leh Ladakh tour, taking you through a number of ancient monasteries including the Shey Palace, Hemis and Thiksey.Thence, you would be traveling between Spituk and Rumbak that takes around 4 days. The package would also take you through the adventurous experience of rafting through the white waters of the valley between Chilling and Nimo.When you reach the fields of Rumbak, the valley would start opening up with mountain peaks covered in snow. Once in the fields, the Rumbak village is towards the east. Then, you would be heading to Chilling to enjoy more river rafting. In addition, there are many things to be enjoyed during this part of the journey.
Superb

30 Ratings

4.0

30 Ratings

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Zangla to Lamayuru Trek
Zangla to Lamayuru Trek

14D/13N

Leh

Ladakh and Zanskar form the western edge of the Tibetan plateau and are popularly known as the Little Tibet due to the similarity of the culture and the high altitude desert landscape. Politically, this region forms a part of India, though the religious head is still the Dalai Lama. This trek goes into the hidden kingdom of Zanskar. The trek offers close encounters with Zanskari life, passing interesting villages with their little gompas on practically every day of the trek. The route also takes in eight high passes and, depending on the time of the year, up to a dozen river crossings including the Zanskar river. Lamayuru is a beautiful place. The flora and fauna is also similar to Tibet and is quite distinct from the rest of the Himalayas. The region, being beyond the reach of the monsoon, is dry with sparse vegetation. Willow groves and poplars are found near villages. Bushes of eidelberry, wild strawberry and sage brush are also common. The fauna includes marmots, blue sheep and ibex and an occasional snow leopard, besides many birds of prey.  
Excellent

322 Ratings

5.0

322 Ratings

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The Zanskar River Expedition 2020
The Zanskar River Expedition 2020

12D/11N

Leh

If adventure is what you love, Zanskar River expedition will be an adventurous experience like never before. Zanskar Valley, located at a height of more than 12,000 feet above sea level, has the Zanskar River flowing through it. The river takes You through with wonderfully striking sights.and Grade3 and Grade 4 rapids to scale. Along the way, you get to camp by the riverside, have simple meals, talk to your guide and hear fascinating stories of thrill and adventure. The highlight of the Zanskar rafting adventure is the Zanskar Canyon, a.k.a the Grand Canyon of Asia. As you make your way through thrilling Grade 4 when surrounded by towering rocks and rapids, it feels helpless in front of mother nature.
Superb

314 Ratings

4.0

314 Ratings

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Kargil Top Attractions

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Popular Sightseeing Destinations

11 May 2014
Bhadra Bhat Tsarap Chu camping
Excellent
There is some magic in leh that drives many visitors. i loved to discover the ever flowing rivers and straight mountains.The elegant Tsarap River , Rupshu plateau and the Baralacha Pass was worth visiting.
14 April 2014
Ahilya Bhat Tsarap Chu camping
Excellent
The panaromic views of leh catches our attention. We were not only the single group who had gone for the adventure, there were many other groups too. We had started our journey from manali but i realized this location has some more beautiful points than manali.
12 November 2014
Chandani Guha Zangla to Lamayuru Trek
Excellent
While treking we discovered the hiden kingdom of Zanskar, wao i felt like i was in Tibet. The culture there is so similar to the country and has some magnificient views. Got the chance to encounter with Zanskari local people life,while passing through interesting villages. It was a very pleasing stay for us!
20 June 2014
Akula Kaur Tsarap Chu camping
Excellent
we explored all beautiful places and the credit goes to our super guide. i strongly suggest you to explore all nearby places. and going in a group will be very exciting.
09 July 2014
Aatmaja Arora Tsarap Chu camping
Excellent
Wao it was so much fun!!!Our tsarap chu trekking camp as a part of Ldakh tour was very memorable experience. The site has a rich heritage of flaura and fauna.
03 November 2014
Excellent
The Zanskar River Expedition is a nice and a classy vacation to take. It was once in a lifetime kind of experience. The river expedition felt as if it was never ending. I loved it totally. It was quite intriguing and interesting. One must take it to feel the happiness of this vacation. Also, this vacation was just perfectly organized. Thanks to my husband and the organizers. The River expedition was neither too risky nor a laid back kind. It was a perfect amount of adventure and fun. This vacation was so meant to be. I loved it. It was mind boggling good. One can enjoy this even if he or she is not a pro in swimming.