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Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong Tso
7 Days
Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong Tso
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Adventure Tour
Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong Tso
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Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong Tso
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Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong Tso

Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong Tso


In a week-long visit to Ladakh, you'll have the opportunity to witness the region's most captivating highlights. Start your journey by immersing yourself in the charm of the Leh city touring the surrounding monasteries. Venture into Nubra valley aptly named the “valley of flowers”. Pangong lake to Nubra valley is also another level of adventurous trip in Ladakh. 

Starts From Leh
Last Destination Leh
Ladakh – Nubra Valley Trails with Leh and Pangong TsoTravel via Car & Walk

Travel Plan

Day 01 Arrive Leh Upon your arrival at Leh airport, our representative will meet you and transfer to your pre-booked hotel in Leh. Day is free for acclimatation Leh is at 3500 miters, a full day of complete rest advised for acclimatization to the high altitude and low level of oxygen. High altitude sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness is a serious condition that can happen to anyone at altitudes above 3000 meters or 10000 feet. Evening walk around the Leh Market. Overnight at hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Morning after breakfast at Hotel proceed to visit the most important place of Leh covering Thiksey Gompa, Shey Palace and Gompa, Donkey Sanctuary, Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa Thiksse Monastery – A Gompa affiliated with the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, The Biggest monastery in Leh, it's a visual delight to watch this monastery surrounded by stark mountains of Leh. One should visit here during his Leh Ladakh trip to get a peek into Tibetan Buddhism practiced in Ladakh region. Gompa offers a peek into the Ladakhi culture and heritage. Interior of the Gompa is characterized by soothing ambiance. Prayer bells and flags are a delight to behold. Inside the monastery Buddha's statue is placed in inner sanctum and you would also find throne of Dalai Lama. Shey Palace and Gompa : Shey Palace is taken care by archaeological survey of India, one can witness the walls of the shrine adorned with murals of Buddha with different hand gestures - preaching, teaching, blessing and "earth witness". The 3 story palace is perched on a hillock overlooking the beautiful Shey village. The walls on both sides depict the 16 Arhats, 8 on each side; two famous disciples of Buddha and Tsong-kha-pa, founder of the Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism Donkey Sanctuary: - Primarily funded by a South African photo-journalist Joanne Lefson while the local affairs are looked after by Stany Wangchuk. Donkey Sanctuary is the home for many donkeys that were saved from mistreatments and near abandonment. They are preserved and treated with respect here as man’s best friend and are fed carrots and sugar. These creatures wander about freely in the less visited Leh. Moreover, the scenic view from atop the sanctuary is mesmerizing. Leh Palace – A Heritage site at the top of the Leh is 400 years old palace with 9 storeys built. Leh Palace is a beautiful restored palace with an excellent exhibition that the local people have a real sense of making accessible, informative and a pleasure. Walk up to the palace through the old town, a pleasure in itself. The palace is a maze of rooms and terraces which look out onto Leh and the surrounding valley. Great views but you need to be mobile to get to the top ,and not subject to vertigo, it is quite romantic and full of history Shanti Stupa: - Large Stupa with large concentric circles around it, pretty much on the lines of the Temple of Heaven at Beijing, gives you peace of mind the moment you land up at the site. The view of the valley from the stupa gallery is wonderful and you can see range of Himalayan mountains snowcapped as well barren but the arrangement is such that you can just think of God and his magic is creating an unbelievable weather extreme landscape portfolio. After visiting all these places return to hotel for overnight stay in Leh.

Today after early breakfast proceed to Nubra Valley via the World Highest Motorable road (5602 Mts) Khardungla pass. Visit the White Sand Dunes at Hunder, you may enjoy double hump camel ride is obviously very popular on direct payment by your own. Next other two place to be visited are Hunder Sand Dunes and Diskit monastery Khardungla it is cold, beautiful, and mystical known as the gateway to the Nubra and Shyok Valleys in the Ladakh. Khardungla is considered to be a strategic pass and is the gateway to the Sianchen glacier, the highest motorable pass in the world. Khardung La Pass is positioned on the Ladakh range, which is 40 km from Leh, at an altitude of 18,379 ft (5602 m). Diskit Gompa : The oldest and largest Buddhist monastery (gompa) in Diskit, in the Nubra Valley it belongs to the Gelugpa (Yellow Hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism, founded by Changzem Tserab Zangpo, a disciple of Tsong Khapa, founder of Gelugpa, in the 14th century. It is a sub-gompa of the Thikse gompa. Lachung Temple .The monastery has statue of Maitreya Buddha in the prayer hall, a huge drum and several images of fierce guardian deities. An elevated cupola of the moanstery depicts a fresco of the Tashilhunpo Monastery of Tibet. Deskit Village: Diskit Village in the Nubra Valley is a nature lover’s paradise. Canopied by the thick plantations of the apricots, it is one of the most gorgeous and biggest villages in the whole Nubra Valley. Hunder Village: The main attractions in Nubra valley are Hundar village for double hump camels. The vast flat fertile landscape sandwiched between gorgeous sand dune takes you to different world Nubra is highest altitude desert with sand dunes camel ride is done on dunes. The timing for these rides is between 4 to 6 PM. Overnight at Camp.

After breakfast drive at camp in Nubra proceed to Turtek village, a Pakistani culture village annexed to India in 1971. It is nature blessed village, plenty of water and agriculture. Tint farming village nestled between snow-topped mountains in the north-western region of the Ladakh One can opt for trek to the waterfall, little dangerous and the view from there is awesome and mesmerizing. Return to Nubra for your overnight stay at Camp.

After breakfast in the Morning proceed for Ensa Monastery an old monastery, situated in the middle of the Nubra Valley, on its western side, nearly 150 m above the river, opposite to Panimik visit further hot Spring wanter at Panimik continue visiting near Panamik village,Yaraptso Lake a beautiful and secluded attraction. Return to the camp at Hunder for overnight stay.

After breakfast, leave for Pangong Lake via Agham which is the shortest route to reach Pangong Tso, also visit Shvok Village. On arrival visit Pangong Lake, so serene, the water is so pure that you would be scared of touching it that it might get polluted. The more you marvel at it the more beautiful it gets. The water appears to have different colors at different angle of scattering and at different times during the day. Clubbed with the backdrop of deserted mountains its purely scenic. Later drive to Leh, on arrival check-in at hotel for overnight stay.

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Leh airport to board the flight for an onward journey with beautiful memories.

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