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Leh – Ladakh
TRIP DATES – 19th to 25th Jul 2018 (3 Days and 2 Nights)
COST – Only Rs.48000 per person on twin sharing basis
Leh, Sham Valley, Nubra,Hunder Khardangla, Pangong
- To and fro flight charges from Delhi to Leh
- Accommodation in 3 star hotels / camps
- All days breakfast, lunch, dinner and water bottles
- Sight seeing by Innova 4pax in each
- Entry fee for Sight seeing at mentioned places, toll, guide charges and parking charges at all locations & driver charges
Note : Those who do not have place to stay in Delhi, have to pay, 2,200/ extra.For hotel accommodation, dinner,pick up from airport/railway station
Fly from Delhi to Leh ,one of the highest airport in world, 3500m above sea level kushok Bakula Rinpoche airport. Check into Hotel, to acclimatize your body take rest.
Evening visit to Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa and Leh market.
DAY 2 – Sham valley (40km)
After breakfast proceed to hall of fame, after that visit Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. After lunch visit magnetic hill and next confluence of Indus and Zanskar river. Back to hotel dinner. After morning breakfast visit tea garden, Tea museum,and Kundale lake. Back to hotel for dinner.
DAY 3 – Nubra valley via Khardangla (120km)
After breakfast drive to Nubra valley via Khardangla road which is the highest motorable road in the world (5,602m). Enjoy Indus valley and ridges of Zanskar range at South and giants of Saser Massif at North. After arrival to Nubra check in to camp/hotel at Hunder for night stay. Evening stroll to nearby village.
DAY 4 – Nubra valley, Pangong lake
After breakfast proceed to Pangong lake, on the way visit Thikse monastery, proceed through Changla pass, take a break at Tangste. Proceed to Pangong lake One third of the lake is in India and rest is in China. Night stay at Pangong camp/Hotel.
DAY 5 – Pangong lake to Leh
Drive back to Leh on the way visit Hemis monastery, Druk white lotus school Check in to hotel. Evening stroll in the market.
After breakfast visit shey palace, Sindhu Ghati, local sight seeing.
After breakfast fly back to Delhi from Leh carrying sweet memories.
Leh Palace was built in 16th century by king Sengge Namgyal. It is a nine storied building constructed on a slanting hill with wood, stone, mud and sand. It was one of the tallest building built at that era. The royal family lived on the upper floors and the store rooms and stables occupied the lower rooms.
In 19th century the dongra forces attacked and destroyed the palace,it is now in dilapidated condition maintained by ASI.
Although the palace is in ruins, the Tibetan paintings, ceremonial dresses, crowns and jewellery have been exhibited in the hall. The 450 year old paintings are mesmerizing, they speak of the golden bygone era.
From the top floor of the palace a spectacular view of the mountain range and the entire town is amazing.
Shanti Stupa was built on a hilltop at Chanspa Leh at a height of 11,841ft above sea level. It was built by Bhikshu Gyomyo and Kushok Bakula to promote world peace. The stupa was built in two levels
The first level consist gold statue of Lord Buddha and a Dharmachakra the wheels of life.
The second level depicts the life of nirvana(enlightment) and the death of Buddha.
Hall of fame
This glorified museum was built by Indian army in the memory of brave soldiers who lost their lives in Indo-Pak war. The hall of fame is a two storied building. The upper floor is named as O P Vijay gallery. The arms and ammunition used and captured in Kargil war are exhibited. Pictures have been posted on the walls which shows the living process of army troops in glaciers and also training process on ice walls.
The ground floor has pictures of Kargil war. There is also a wall named “Lest we forget ” which displays the pictures of the soldiers who laid down their lives in Kargil war. On the same floor there is a projection room where documentary movie is shown named as “operation vijay”.
Nubra valley is a white sand cold desert, a real fairy tale landscape. It lies in the North of Leh where the Shyok and Siachen river meet. The valley is surrounded by Himalayas, through out the year snow lingers on the mountains. Double hunch camel ride is most popular here.
The Thikse monastery is located on the top of a hill. It is at a height of 3,600m.The monastery is a 12 storied complex. The largest statue of Maitreya Buddha is installed in this monastery.
The monastery is very colourful, the wall paintings are very attractive. Many murals and pictures are exhibited in the hall. Buddha’s teachings are engraved on large pillars.
People also visit Tara temple situated inside the monastery. The monastery is also home for 120 monks. On the top of the temple there is a small school where young boys are taught to become Lamas
Hemis monastery is one of the oldest monastery build in 16th century by king Singge Namgyal in Tibatian style. Inside the temple there are statues of Guru Rimpoche and Lord Buddha. The museum inside the monastery has a large collection of ancient items, like murals, thangka paintings, statues and impressive range of artifacts. This is one of the biggest and richest monastery with gold and silver statues. The museum also has expensive religious treasures like spurious tiger skin, skull vessels and sword etc
The Hemis festival is celebrated every year in the month of June. Tourist from all over the world attend this festival. On this day the Lamas wear holy mask and dance to glorify the victory of good over bad
- Roundtrip Flight/Train Tickets from your hometown to Delhi airport / railway station
- Sightseeing and attraction tickets not mentioned in inclusions. Any form of Joyrides, Boat rides, adventure activities which are not part of group activities
- Additional hours/days/nights of stay required outside the check-in on tour start date and Check-out on tour end date, as per standard followed by hotels in India
- Expense of personal nature like Porter, tipping, laundry, telephone, beverages, room service charge, camera/video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax, meals not part of group buffet menu, insurance etc.
- Any expenses caused by reasons beyond our control such as road blocks, landslide, accidents & any emergency evacuations.
- We are not responsible for the valuables carrying by the individuals