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Being a pro photographer I always try some places new for my profession, this vacation I wanted to try to trip to the Ladakh and booked my deal with my...
If you want to try something really adventurous then the seven day Ladakh package is the perfect deal, you can now take this tour deal which covers alm...
About the Activity:
Duration of the Tour: 7D/6N
Highest Altitude: Khardung La Pass (18,380 feet).
Paying Pax Standard Deluxe Super Dlx Premium
02 Pax with innova/xylo Rs. 19,900 Rs. 22,000 Rs. 28,400 Rs. 37,000
04 Pax with innova/xylo Rs. 13,800 Rs. 15,900 Rs. 22,900 Rs. 31,200
06 Pax with innova/xylo Rs. 11,900 Rs. 13,900 Rs. 19,600 Rs. 29,100
6 pax with tempo traveller Rs. 13,700 Rs. 15,700 Rs. 21,500 Rs. 31,200
8 pax with tempo traveller Rs. 12,300 Rs. 13,900 Rs. 20,200 Rs. 29,700
10 pax with tempo traveller Rs. 11,400 Rs. 13,000 Rs. 19,300 Rs. 28,900
Extra Adult With extra bed Rs. 8,800 Rs. 10,800 Rs. 15,400 Rs. 22,400
Child without bed Rs. 6,200 Rs. 7,900 Rs. 12,800 Rs. 19,500
Arrive at Leh airport and transfer to the respective Hotel which has been booked for you.
Take complete rest for the day to adapt yourself to the new environment.
Enjoy a delicious hot lunch will be provided by the hotel.
Later in the evening take a stroll down to the to Leh Market.
Overnight stay at the hotel.
Start your day with a refreshing breakfast and get started for the day.
Leave for the Hall of Fame and feel patriotic as you explore the museums built in the memory of the Indian soldiers.
Visit the Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill & and explore this amazing magnetic hill.
Continue your visit to Sangam View where Indus and Zanskar river meet.
Overnight stay at the hotel in Leh.
After a refreshing morning breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardung la pass the highest motorable road in the world(18,380 feet).
Keep driving through Syok River and reach Hundur by late afternoon
Lunch will be provided by hotel/camp at Nubra.
After enjoying lunch proceed to enjoy walk on Shayok river.
Also, enjoy a double hump camel safari at Sand Dunes between Deskit & Hundur Village.
Overnight stay at the hotel in Nubra valley.
After breakfast, visit Deskit Monastery (Big Buddha), it is a picturesque monastery settled on a hill where you can have an overwhelming view of Nubra Valle.
After exploring the beauty drive back to Leh by same Route, crossing Khardungla Pass.
Overnight stay at Leh.
Start your morning with a breakfast and then leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft) through Changla Pass 17,350 ft. (3 rd Highest Motorable road in the world).
Spend time on the banks of Pangong Lake. This lake of Pangong is 5/6 km wide and over 144 kms long and is shared by two countries (25% India and 75% China).
Later at your leisure time enjoy the colour changing lake and the sunset on the banks of the Pangong lake.
Overnight stay at the camp in Pangong.
In the early morning enjoy the picturesque view of the sunrise on the lake.
After breakfast drives back to Leh after checking out from the Camp and then drive to Leh.
On the way visit Hemis, Shey and Thiksey monasteries.
Evening free for leisure time and you can explore on your own.
Overnight at the hotel in Leh.
On your last day get ready for your return journey.
Get transferred to the airport and catch your flight back home.
End of tour.
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Rated : 4.0
Being a pro photographer I always try some places new for my profession, this vacation I wanted to try to trip to the Ladakh and booked my deal with my travel agents well many months ahead. Good deal, I got loads of discounts and many places were included in my Ladakh tour deal. I happened to click the best pictures of my photographing career over here at Ladakh. Many places were really worth capturing like the Leh palace, Khardung La, Thiksey monastery, Alchi Liker and more. I am glad I went over here and had the best experience. The whole tour was exciting and super awesome.
Rated : 4.0
If you want to try something really adventurous then the seven day Ladakh package is the perfect deal, you can now take this tour deal which covers almost entire part of the place in a span of one week, and what is more great is that you will be covering almost many parts like Gururdwara patthar sahib, Leh market, Pangong Tso lake and more. Apart from this your package will include sightseeing and drive towards the scenic beauties. I went with my college batch mates to this 7 days Ladakh trip package and I should admit that no travel agents can give such a lucrative deal. Having said this, about the seven day trip was not super exciting but it was a heaven stay for me and my friends. I personally loved the camping on the lakeside. We had fun camping – played games and had a super hot dinner with bonfire and all. A pleasure trip overall.
Rated : 5.0
It was one of the best and the most memorable trip I ever had. I always wanted to visit Ladakh and so this time I booked this package. Like they say the adventure begins it was indeed one hell of an adventure. Everything was very well organized for us. The pickup service was on time and so was the accommodation. Once we reached Leh, we could not stop ourselves staring at the serene roads and enjoy the peaceful environment. We visited some of the places like Hall of Fame and the famous Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill. The Deskit Monastery was one of the most beautiful sights at Nubra valley. Overall it was an amazing trip.
Rated : 4.0
The seven day Ladakh trip package was the best thing that happened in my life. This vacation I decided to go on a long tour and then picked the Ladakh seven day trip, my itinerary covered almost all places – first day – covered the Leh palace, sightseeing, Leh market – second day – covered shanty stupa, Sham valley, Alchi Liker and Lamayuru monastery – third day – covered Gurudwara patthar sahib, magnetic hill, changa la, Pangong Tso Lake, fourth day – covered Thiksey monastery, shey palace, fifth day included visit to Khardung la, local scenic drives, sixth day included Khardung la trip, deskit monastery and the seventh day was fun filled with camel back rides, camping and trip to local market side. The sham valley is a sheer wonder which I loved among all.
Rated : 4.0
Great place to try. If you want to give an amazing treat to your family, just book this 7 days Ladakh trip package and see what all it has to offer. There are many things that are included in this tour itinerary. Starting from day one with the local sightseeing till the day seven camel back rides, each and every day has many memories to share. What I can say about this trip is that it is a sure must, must have trip for all people. All the places are so adorable and beautiful, all the more the whole itinerary is packed so well that the credit goes to the organizers for executing it so well. Many agents promise big but end up giving nothing. It was a great experience for me.
Rated : 4.0
Who can ever say no to a trip to the Great Ladakh, when I got this chance I never wanted to miss it out as the whole trip which included many stuff for the whole one week was simply superb and I couldn’t stop booking for the same at the earliest. I am a great fan of Ladakh actually, but this package deal which I got from the organizers was never offered to me before by any other agents and that’s the main reason for me to pick this deal instantly without any second thought. Enjoyed totally and would love to recommend this trip to one and all.
Rated : 4.0
This was the trip that I had taken with my super cook girls’ gang this spring. This was a trip that I enjoyed to the core as we had maximum adventure and tried many things new. My mom was a bit reluctant to send me for a one week trip to Ladakh, but the organizers and the tour agents were somehow so convincing that she agreed instantly. A safe and reliable trip overall.
Rated : 4.0
I have read many reviews about the Ladakh trip and then I decided to go on this trip, it was a natural treat to my eyes seeing the steep curves and the snow topped mountains, I wonder why this place was always referred as the Giant kingdom, but after seeing it for real I truly agree that the name is so true. The other places that were included in my itinerary were some beautiful places like shanti stupa, sham valley, changa la and Thiksey monastery.
Rated : 5.0
Colourful memory gets completed only if you visit Ladakh. Plan for a weeklong trip to this place and visit as many places as possible. Start with the local sightseeing and cover the various monasteries like the Alchi liker, Lamayuru, Thiksey, Deskit, sumur and more. You should also witness the Sham valley; Shanti Stupa, Leh palace and Gurudwara Patthar La. Don’t forget to relax at the various lakes like Pangong Tso Lake as this is one of the best lakes ever. I went on this tour with my boys’ gang last month, and I have no words to praise or state regarding it. Enjoyed speaking with the local people who had inspiring stories to tell us, got overwhelmed by the courtesy and reception that we got from these localities when we had taken the local sightseeing tour to the nearby villages. A great place on Earth.
Rated : 5.0
If I have to describe about my trip to Ladakh, I have no words to say, it was a sheer brilliance and stunning trip. I have been on many trips before but never got such a wholesome experience as this one. All I can say now is that I am totally satisfied and would recommend one and all to visit this place for a weeklong vacation.
How can we reach Ladakh?
By Road. Ladakh is located 434 km from Srinagar and 494 km from Manali. You can hire a cab or a jeep or board a JKSRTC bus to reach Ladakh. You can also also do a bike trip to Ladakh. By Rail, The nearest railway station is Jammu Tawi (700 km from Ladakh) which is well connected with Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. By Air, The nearest airport is at Leh, which is well connected to Delhi, Jammu, Srinagar, Chandigarh and several other cities in India. From the Leh airport, you can hire a cab to visit your places of interest.
What are the symptoms of High Altitude sickness? How long does it take to get acclimatize in Ladakh and how to beat it?
It's wise to consult your doctor before you take this trip. Acute mountain sickness is commonly manifested as headache and vomiting. Acclimatisation varies from person to person Acute mountain sickness can occur to any one at an altitude above 10,000 ft. above sea level, therefore, make sure you take complete rest on the day of arrival and get you acclimatized. To counter, please drink as well as carry plenty of water. It is advisable to carry Diomax and Disprin as a backup.
What kind of clothes should we bring there?
Warm wollen clothes, sturdy jackets, high ankle trekking shoes will all keep you warm.
Are there any ATM’s in Leh?
The Jammu and Kashmir Bank, State Bank of India, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank and Punjab National Bank have placed ATM Machine in main Leh city. ATMS are not available outside Leh City.
Do credit cards work in hotels and restaurants?
Credit cards are accepted by very few hotels and tour operators but there will be 2% service charge. Depends on which hotel/restaurant. It's always advisable to carry cash as well.
What can I expect the climate & weather to be like in the Ladakh?
The summer weather is dry and pleasant. Temperature ranges are from 3 to 35 °C in summer and minimums range from -20 to -35 °C in winter. Be sure to check the weather forecast before your trip.
Do I need a visa/ Restricted Area Permit to enter regions in Ladakh?
Yes, non-indians are prohibited from entering many locations. Permits are required for foreign tourists to visit the "Inner Line" areas, i.e. Nubra Valley; Panggong Lake and the Durbuk Block that it lies in (i.e. north of the Changla Pass); Tso-Moriri and Tsokar Lakes and the area along the Indus River east of Upshi; and Dha-hanu and the area along the Indus River northwest of Khalatse. These permits are available in Leh town and do not need to be acquired while applying for an Indian visa. Foreigners must get their permits through a travel agent. All Tourist are suggested to carry a few set of Passport Photos and a Govt. Issued Photo Id ( Wiith clear Address – No PAN Cards )
What is Local Cuisine of Ladakh ?
Indian and Tibetan food is available. The staple food of Ladakhi people are Sku and Thukpa (made of wheat flour), Pava (made of sattu) and khambir (local bread). Tourists in Ladakh can try local Ladakhi food, which is nourishing and usually mildly flavored.
Is there anything special to buy in the Ladakh?
Dry fruits are popular in Ladakh. Make sure you buy apricots. Also vist the markets of Leh for curious and souveniers. Pashmina shawls come in plenty along with Tibetan handmade items.
Can we Visit Ladakh with Kids?
It's okay to visit Ladkah if your kids are above the age of 13.
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