Day 1 : Arrival in Leh on the first day
Our agent will meet you at the airport and take you to your accommodation when you arrive in Leh. The sightseeing tour can begin once you have checked in and had a good night’s sleep.
The Three Idiots School will be your first stop when exploring Leh. In fact, Rancho’s school is the other name for it. The climax of the movie 3 Idiots was filmed at this school, and since then it has become a renowned tourist attraction.
The Shanti Stupa is your next stop. The stupa’s white dome has made it a popular tourist attraction. The remains of Buddha are housed within this monument, which is a Buddhist one. The 14th Dalai Lama blessed these for use. You’ll be awestruck by the Tibetan architecture at this stupa.
Leh Palace is the final stop of the day. The 17th-century royal palace is also known as ‘Lhachen Palkhar.’ It is now a popular tourist destination with a museum on-site.
After a long day of sightseeing, you’ll be glad to get back to your hotel for a restful night’s sleep.
Day 2 : Excursion to Sham Valley
Your Leh hotel’s breakfast buffet is a great way to start the day. Sham Valley is where you’ll be spending the day today. Afterwards, you’ll be able to head off on the adventure.
The Gurudwara Pather Sahib is the first stop on your itinerary as a tourist. In honour of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, this Gurudwara was built. There are numerous tourists from around the world who come to the Gurudwara to seek the blessings of Nanak Ji. A rock that resembles Guru Nanak’s back may be found in the holy spot and is regarded a place of worship. Afterwards, there’s the Magnetic Hills. You won’t find a better vacation spot than here. You’ve probably seen trucks descending a slope, but here they’re moving in the reverse direction. Rather than descending, vehicles in this area ascend. On your Amazing Ladakh Tour, you will be able to see it for yourself.
The Zanskar and Indus River confluences will be your next stop. The Indus and Zanskar rivers converge here. The Indus River is green, while the Zanskar River is blue. They meet in the Nimmu Valley, and it’s like a saga to bring them together. It’s impossible to capture the beauty of the scene in a snapshot, but you can see it for yourself.
Visits to Leh’s oldest gompa, Alchi Gompa, are also on the itinerary. You’ll also get to see the Ladakh Hall of Fame while you’re here. The hall of fame honours the heroic Indian troops who gave their life in the Indo-Pak conflict while defending their country.
After a long but enjoyable day, you’ll be glad to go back to your hotel for a rest and a nice meal.
Day 3 : Leh to Nubra Valley 160.3 km/4 hours 43 minutes, 10,000 m high Khardungla Pass
From Leh to the Nubra Valley through Khardungla Pass, you’ll be driving on Day 3. So, get up early and pack your bags because you’ll be leaving soon.
The highest motorable road in the world is Khardungla Pass. This pass is frequently used by motorcyclists. The mountains that surround the pass are all covered with snow, making it an especially picturesque spot. This is a good place to stop before continuing on to Nubra Valley.
After arriving in Nubra Valley, check into your hotel and begin your sightseeing trip.
As a starting point for your explorations, head to Diskit Monastery. Nubra’s oldest monastery, Diskit Gompa, is located here. The Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism is represented by the gompa. The gompa’s architecture is its most impressive feature.
After there, we’ll head to Hunder Village for our final stop. In addition to the sand dunes, the region is well-known for its Bactrian camel rides. The community is a wonderful place for children to grow up. In addition, the area is popular with trekkers because it features a hiking trail.
Last but not least, you’ll want to check out the Panamik Hot Springs. At the Siachen Glacier, there is a spring that is reputed to have medicinal effects. In order to visit this spring, you will need a permission.
After your day of sightseeing is finished, return to your hotel for dinner and a night’s accommodation.
Day 4 : Nubra to Pangong via the Shayok River
To reach Pangong Lake from Shayok River, we’ll take yet another road excursion. Actually, a trip to Shayok River should not be missed. The Rimo Glacier is the source of this crystal-clear water, which is why you could see right through it when swimming in it. You’ll enjoy a calm break from your regular routine at the lake. So, once you’ve finished your hotel breakfast, it’s time to go on to your next stop.
Once you’ve arrived at your Pangong campground, make yourself at home and get some rest. You can relax by the lake or go on adventures in the nearby area.
End the day with a hearty meal and a peaceful night’s sleep at the campground.
Day 5: Departure From Leh
You’ve reached the conclusion of your Amazing Ladakh journey. After a hearty breakfast, you’ll be driving back to Leh. For your return flight, our agent will accompany you to the airport in Leh.
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