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Arrival in Srinagar
Upon arrival at Srinagar airport, get transferred to the hotel and check-in around noon.
After some time, indulge in some local sightseeing tour of the beautiful Srinagar City.
Have dinner and stay overnight at your hotel.
Srinagar - Sonmarg - Kargil (245 KM / 8 – 9 Hrs drive)
Today, you will be taken to Wakha via Kargil. En route of your journey, there will be a pause to visit Sonamarg and Baltal hamlets where you will see the rough and rugged snow peaked meadows.
Then cross over Zoji-La Pass at 11500 feet.
Later you will be in Drass Valley filled with amazing landscape beautified by the presence of some remote mud huts.
Have lunch en route and reach Kargil later.
Stay overnight in your hotel in Kargil.
Kargil – Lamayuru – Leh (175 Kms, 7 - 8 Hrs drive)
Early morning after breakfast, get a drive to Leh that would take almost around 6 hours of non stop drive. But you will take a halt from the journey at Lamayuru monastery to enjoy the spectacular sights.
Proceed your drive by passing some more definitely mind blowing locations such as Alchi, Sangam,Gurudwara Patthar Sahib and Magnetic Hill.
By late evening you will reach Leh where you can check-in to a hotel and stay overnight post your dinner.
Lamayuru Gompa: This is one of the oldest holy spots in Ladakh. It is located on a high promontory overlooking the villages and the strikingly beautiful valleys.
Alchi Gompa: Sprawling widely on the banks of Indus River, Alchi Gompa dates back to thousands of years back. This is where tremendous amount of small and large images, wall paintings etc of Buddha are preserved.
Hall of Fame: A brilliant museum possessing the precious memorabilia, biographies of eminent defense personalities, images and weapons Indian Army has used in Kargil war and other important battles.
Gurdwara Shri Patthar Sahib: An ancient shrine built in memory of Shri Guru Nanak.
Confluence of the rivers Zanskar and Indus: An amazing point to spend some quality time where the two majestic rivers meet and create a relishing photographic kind of image.
Magnetic Hill : This place is located near the Gurdwara Shri Patthar Sahib. It defies the law of gravity as people believe. It has been noticed that when a vehicle is parked on neutral gear on this metallic road the vehicle slides up-hill.
Leh - Nubra Via Khardungla Pass (140 Kms / 6 – 7 hrs)
Early morning, start your trip to Nubra Valley via the World Highest Motorable road (5602 Mts) Khardungla pass. Make your expectations high as these locations are quite famous all around the world since they pose some decent challenges to the trekkers as well as travellers.
Once you reach Nubra, head to visit the White Sand Dunes at Hundar. The place is popular because of the exciting camel riding on a double humped bactrian camels which are the rarest ones in India.
Also visit Hundar and Diskit monasteries and then come back to your camp.
Spend the evening at leisure and stay overnight at the camp.
Khardung La Pass is known as the highest motor-able pass in the world which is located at a height of 18,390 ft, just 39 Kms away from Leh.
Deskit Village: Deskit is the main village headquarters of Nubra valley with a small market consisting of a row of shops and about 500 years old Gompa on the hilltop.
Deskit Gompa: Deskit Gompa was founded by Lama Sherab Zangpo of Stod in about 1420 AD during the reign of King Dragspa. A festival named Gustor is the main attraction here.
Hundar Village: Hundar is a beautiful village which has a small monastery and ruined fort above it. The Camel Safari (Double Hump bacterian camels) from Hundar to Deskit steals the visitors' heart always.
Nubra - Leh
Post breakfast, start your journey to Leh through Khardung La Pass, again.
Leh gives you the most spectacular local places to have a leisure time. Amble through the bazaars, streets and markets by foot.
Stay overnight in your hotel in Leh.
Drive to Pangong Lake (140 Km / 5 hrs drive)
In the morning, get a drive to the scintillating Pangong Lake, the very favourite spot for trekkers and adventure freaks.
Upon arrival, check in to your camps and relax for the day.
On the route to Pangong Lake, you will come across the magnificent villages of Shey and Thikse and possess the visuals of Chemrey and Sakti valleys post turning off the Indus Valley scenes.
The Ladakh range comes your way after you cross the Chang-la at 5475 meters. It leaves behind the mark of it in the hearts of visitors with its incomparable beauty.
Pangong Lake is a long narrow basin of inland drainage which is enhanced by the reflections of the Changchenmo range to the north.
The snow clad peaks of the Pangong range can be seen above Spangmik.
Pangong - Tsomoriri
Keep the destination as Tso Moriri Lake for today which can give you thrill and adventure in an extreme level because it is located at a height of 15000 feet.
The route you are going to take today will be through Chumathang hot springs, Mahe and Puga Sumdo.
Tso Moriri Lake is 28 KM long and 8 KM wide which has been the breeding ground for many migratory as well as native birds. So now it is considered to be a reserve area.
Check-in to your guest house upon arrival and have dinner following which you can call it a day.
Tsomoriri - Jispa (10-11 hours drive)
Post breakfast, start your drive to Jispa, which is self proclaimed to have the massive collection of some strikingly enchanting landscapes through out the way.
Upon arrival, check-in to your hotel and relax.
Stay overnight in Jispa.
Jispa - Manali (04 hours approximately)
Post breakfast, proceed to Manali via Rohtang Pass, yet another beautiful and adventurous path.
Get dropped at Manali hotel or bus stop and it marks the end of your jeep tour of Leh.
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Rated : 5.0
A complete tour of Ladakh, the land with the utmost beauty was this one. Very clear surroundings, but with cracky roads and high top hills were amazing to see from the jeep. We took a stop at Khardung La Pass, which was stunning, enjoyed the view so much and then we continued. We have come across a lot of monasteries as well where we found Buddhist images and paintings. The whole trip was arranged so well so that we did not have to be worried about anything, be it the food, accommodation and transportation. The driver was excellent and it was obvious that he was doing this job for past some years, that well he knew the route. Excellent package and worth spending every single penny.
Rated : 5.0
We were a group of ten people, so we had to split after meeting at Manali. Only seven people were allowed in the Tata Sumo. I am a passionate photographer as well. So the whole place looked like a haven for me, my camera was continuously clicking until its battery was drained. I don’t think, anywhere in India, you can experience the toughest roads as you face in Ladakh. An offbeat trip for many of the days.
Rated : 4.0
This is the third time I went to Ladakh. Comparing to the last two trips, this was more organised, and this is the first time I was going with a group of total strangers. But due to the bad roads, climate, we were delayed in reaching many of the places. So that, they were not following the itinerary exactly. I felt it as a disadvantage. Sitting for long in the jeep made all of us exhausted and tired. At the end of the day we were out of energy. I got severe back pain also. But the passion for adventure is in me, so the next morning, I feel refreshed again. Truly, it is a typical adventurous trip. Only with guides, you will get the correct route and tension free tour.
Rated : 4.0
A decent tour to gain so much knowledge about the less-commercialised and urbanised place. The nature has blessed the whole location abundantly with different miraculous sights. But maintaining it intact would be a challenge.
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