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LADAKH ROAD TRIP: 10 Days Leh to Delhi

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10 DAYS
Availability : Jun - Oct
Leh
Delhi
Min Age : 18+
Max People : 14
Tour Details

Take a 8 Night 9 Days trip to Ladakh. You start from Leh-Ladakh and end at the capital honeymoon capital of India – Manali. The entire journey is stretched for approximately 1200km over various eco-space of nature. Leh-Ladakh is blessed with passes with the mesmerizing landscape that can take away the breath of anyone. The exquisite monasteries, Stupas, and Palaces will captivate your attention.

Tour Highlights
  • Visit to Shanti Stupa which is the symbol of Peace.
  • Snow Capped mountains from Leh palace
  • Passing throught hte worlds highest motorable road in the world
  • Memorable moments at the Pangong Tso lake.
  • Clicking some pics at the 3 Idiot School
  • Passing through the worlds deadliest roads - Rothang La
Itinerary

DAY 1ARRIVAL LEH

Arrive at Kushok Bakula Airport – Leh, situated at 3500m altitude, met by our representative at the airport and transfer to your hotel in Leh town which is only at 5 to 7 km. On arrival at the hotel enjoy your welcome drink and then proceed to check in to your rooms and take full-day at rest to acclimatize yourself completely to the high altitudes of Ladakh which is must.

Shanthi Stupa

The Shanthi Stupa as the name suggest it is dome-shaped building erected as a Buddhist shrine which is the “symbol of peace”. It is one of the forms of Peace Pagoda built in Ladakh. It is constructed at an altitude of approx. of 11800 ft (3608 mts), at 5 Km from the Leh town by a group of Japanese and Ladakhi Buddhist.

Leh Palace

Leh Palace also referred as the ‘Lhachen Palkhar’ is a royal palace located in the picturesque Ladakhi Himalayan town of Leh. It was designed in line with the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. The palace is a nine-storied architecture and was built for the Royal Family of Ladakh. The view of the Leh town from Leh palace is amazing during the evening.

Dinner and night stay in Leh.

DAY 2SHAM VALLEY TOUR

The Sham valley is also called the Apricot valley as the valley houses Apricots farms which are grown in large quantities in these villages. The Valley is the home for some of the remote villages of Leh. The tour can be considered on the second day as It is at a lower altitude and hence will help you to acclimatize your body before you go to Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso Lake. The Sham Valley full consume a fill day and has the places to visit in the following order starting from Leh.

Alchi Monastery

Alchi Monastery is a Buddhist monastery, known for its monastic complex of temples in Alchi village in the Leh District. It is located about 65Km away from Leh towards the Srinagar Leh Highway. It is located at the banks of Indus river and at an altitude of 10,170 feet. You can spin the wheels of fortune and make a wish happiness for everyone.

Likir Monastery

Likir Monastery or Likir Gompa (Klud-kyil) is a Buddhist monastery established in 1065 by Lama Duwang Chosje, under the command of the fifth king of Ladakh, It is picturesquely situated on a little hill in the valley, in Likir village near the Indus River. Although Likir is relatively isolated, it was once on a major trade route which travelled via Tingmosgang, Hemis and Likir to Leh

Spituk Monastery

Spituk Monastery is located at about 8 km west of Leh. The site of Spituk was blessed by the Arhat Nyimagung in 11th Century. The monastery contains 100 monks and a giant statue of Kali Every year the Gustor Festival is held at Spituk from the 27th to 29th day in the eleventh month of the Tibetan calendar.

Sangam – Confluence of Indus and Zanskar river

The Sangam is the confluence of the Indus and the Zanskar river which meet at this point. You can click some photos from the top to see the difference in the color of the water from each river. You may opt for rafting here at your own cost if not included already included in the package.

Magnetic Hill

The Magnetic hill is located between Leh and Alchi on the Srinagar Leh Highway. It’s place where you can see the natural demonstration of gravity where the cars are pulled against the inclined road and appears to be rolling back steep which we would call as an optical illusion. We suggest you carry a ball to see it by yourself.

Gurdwara Pathar Sahib

Gurdwara Shri Pathar Sahib is situated on the Srinagar-Leh Road, 25kms before the Leh. It is very beautiful, and it was created after the famous incident occurred when the demon lived nearby planned to kill Guruji and throwed stone (Pathar) at him during his worship to almighty and the stone turned into a wax. This made the demon realize himself that almighty is the ultimate power.

Hall of Fame

The Hall of fame is 2nd best museum of India and its built & maintained by Indian Army. in the memories of the great soldiers who lost their life in the Indo Pak war 1999. It is famous for its unique collection of ammos of both India & Pakistan used it the war & the Audio visual of the war.

Return to Leh and overnight rest at the hotel.

DAY 3LEH TO NUBRA VALLEY

The day is to explore the north-eastern part of Leh – the Nubra Valley. It is located at about 150Kms and an altitude of about 10000 ft. To visit the Nubra valley one must cross the world’s highest motorable road – the Khardung La Pass and one can expect the valley in about 6-7Hrs of time.

Khardung La Pass

The Khardung La Pass is at an altitude of at an altitude of 18,379 ft (5,602m) and so far, the world’s highest motorable world. One should be careful not to stay at this place for more than 30 mins and it may lead to Acute mountain sickness.

Diskit Monastery

The Diskit is the capital of Nubra Valley and host the Diskit Monastery. The monastery is at the edge of the mountain and hence have amazing valley views from the top.

Sand Dunes

Leh is an ultimate cold desert of the Himalayas and this can be defined by the dunes. It is also the only place in India where one can find double humped camel. Enjoy your camel ride before we proceed further.

Check in to your camps and enjoy a pleasant dinner & overnight stay.

DAY 4TURTUK EXCURSION

After an early breakfast we explore the late village of India. Turtuk is a small village located on the banks of the Shyok river and was a part of Pakistan till 1971 and is now the last outpost of India. Turtuk is one of the gateways to the Siachen Glacier. Turtuk was opened to tourists in 2010. One can explore the willage by walking over the hanging bridge. The Balti Heritage House and Museum, Royal house and museum and Ruins of Brokpa’s fort are worth visiting places of Turtuk.
If get a chance one can meet Indian army here and also sneek the India Pak Border from a distance.

Dinner and night stay in Nubra Valley.

DAY 5NUBRA VALLEY TO PANGONG TSO LAKE VIA SHYOK

Early morning full day excursion & is the shorter of the two direct routes from Nubra valley to Pangong Tso. You will start the journey by crossing Panamik and take a deviation at the Khalar. Although the route done have much to see but one will not be disappointed as the landscape is as amazing any wallpaper you would have imagined.

Pangong Tso Lake

The Pangong Tso Lake means a “High Grassland Lake” located in the Changthang region of Ladakh. The lake is situated at an altitude of 14,270 ft (4,350m). It is the highest salt-water lake in the world and the view, so the lakes are amazing. It is believed the lake changes its color 4 – 5 times a day.

One can visit Shooting Point (3 Idiots movie shoot) and View point (panoramic view of the lake) of the lake for some selfies before you check in at the camps for your overnight stay.

DAY 6PANGONG LAKE TO LEH

Wake up early in the morning to witness the mesmerizing beauty of Pangong Lake under the fresh morning rays. Post breakfast set off for a drive back Leh. You will reach Leh by the afternoon; you can spend the rest of the time in the local markets of the city.

Enroute the following are the places of interest.

3 Idiot School

The Druk White Lotus School of Leh is popularly know as 3 idiot school after the famous movie 3 Idiot was shoot here. The visitors can access the school only under the observation of the guide.

Shey Monastery

The Shey palace was built in 1655 on the hills of Shey village at an altitude of 11,204 ft (3415m). Shey village is located to the south of Leh. The Shey monastery was built within the palace complex on the instructions of Deldon Namgyal, in the memory of his late father, Singay Namgyal. Inside the Shey monastery reside the Shakyamuni Buddha.

Thiksey Monastery

The Thiksey monastery is largest monastery located in central Ladakh about 19Km away from Leh town and at 11,000 ft (3900m). it is also called as “Mini Potala”.

Dinner and night stay in Leh.

DAY 7LEH TO SARCHU

In the morning, enjoy your breakfast and start your road journey to Sarchu, driving past the scenic Puga Valley, Tsokar Lake- another picturesque lake in Ladakh, Skyangchu Thang – a plateau stretching to 42 km. Lunch at the town of Pang. Continue your journey to Sarchu by driving past Nakee La and Lachlung La. The journey would be for 8 hrs. and have few landmarks to be seen.

Tanglang La

After crossing the villages as Kharu – Upshi & Rumtse you will find the first high altitude pass on this road, located at a height of 17,582 ft. This pass is the highest on Manali Leh highway and considered as second highest motorable pass in the world Although disputed.

Lachulung La

Your third high altitude pass, located at a height of 15,547 ft. If you are lucky, you may even see some wildlife here.

Nakee La & Gata Loops

Your third high altitude pass, located at a height of 15,547 ft. If you are lucky, you may even see some wildlife here. Getting down the pass you will cross a series of 21 hairpin bends. It is also reported to be a haunted site.

By evening reach your Camps for a dinner and overnight stay.

DAY 8SARCHU TO MANALI

After early breakfast leave for Leh en-route crossing Nakeela and Lachalung-la Pass (16,617 ft.). Break for lunch at Pang and then drive on towards Leh passing through Skyangchu Thang (a vast plateau stretching for 42 kms) and then crossing Taglang-La (17,585ft) and driving through the upper Indus Valley. During this one can visit the following places.

Shaheed Sainik Bhawan

Time to get a little taste of Supernatural. The ruins of Shaheed Sainik Bhawan at the top of Baralacha La are a haunted site.

Suraj Taal

Also known as Surya Taal, it is a small lake at the top of Baralacha La Pass. It is the source of the Bhaga River and presents a stunning view amidst the mighty hill tops all around. If luck favored you, you may find the lake completely frozen even in July.

Baralacha La

This will be your second-high altitude pass on Manali Leh highway. Ironically, though Tanglang La is at a higher altitude, it is Baralacha La that remains covered with snow for a longer duration and receives way more snow than Tanglang La.

Deepak Taal

Right before Darcha and after the descent of Baralacha La, it is a very small lake but do not let the size deceive you. It may be smaller in size but a giant when it comes to natural beauty.

Jispa & Darcha

Jispa is a small town in the highway and is a place where one can enjoy their lunch. The only thing worth mentioning about Darcha is that it is the end or starting point of the famous Zanskar trek. There are a few chadar tents here if you would like to stay for the night.

Khardung Monastery

Keylong is the administrative headquarter of Lahaul & Spiti Valley and the largest town on Manali Leh highway. It is also home to Khardung Monastery, the largest and most important monastery of Drukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism.

Rohtang Top

This is your last highest pass of the journey and most of the time you will find snow and traffic congestion. Beguiling landscapes consisting of fierce wind, chilling temperature, snowcapped peaks and lush green valley’s around is what Rohtang Pass is famous for.

By evening reach Manali, dinner and overnight stay in Manali.

DAY 9MANALI SIGHTSEEING & DEPARTURE

After a long hopping journey from Leh the day is to explore the city of Manali. After your morning breakfast we will vist the following places.

Hidimba Devi

It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima, a figure in the Indian epic of Mahabharata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himālayas. The sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of the ground which was worshiped as an image of the deity.

Vashisht Kund

Vashisht Kund is a 4000 years old temple located at the cliff of hill in Manali. ashistha village is extremely significant when it comes to the heritage Indian Hindu culture as one of the saptrishis rishi Vashistha stayed there for sometimes. There is a hot water spring known as Vashisht kund. According to legend the saddened Rishi Vashisht after knowing that his children were killed by Vishwamitra tried to commit suicide, but the river refused to kill him. The river was therefore named as Vipasha which means ‘ freedom from bondage.’ & now popularly known as Beas river.

Mall Road

Mall Road is the main street in Manali. It has a number of showrooms, department stores, shops, restaurants and cafes. A Himachal emporium that offers handicraft products of Himachal Pradesh like locally designed woolen clothes, branded clothes, pottery items, wooden products, and jewellery is also located here.

Evening drop will be provided at the bus stand for your onward journey.

DAY 10DELHI ARRIVAL

After reach Delhi by the overnight journey in bus from Manali. The tour ends here with happy memories.

Inclusions & Exclusions

Price Includes

  • Accommodation in Twin or triple sharing basis mentioned at the time of booking.
  • All accommodations are in 3 star hotels (or above) and in super deluxe camps.
  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • Guided Tour with well-planned Planned Itinerary.
  • Meals as specified is Daily breakfast and dinner.
  • Ladakh Union Fee and Wildlife fees for restricted areas for Indian/ Foreign Nationals.
  • Ladakh Inner line permit included.
  • Bon fire atleast once during the trip (weather to be permitted).
  • Oxygen cylinder and basic medical kit for the complete trip.
  • All Arrival or Departure transfer as mentioned in itinerary as scheduled in 3 slots.
  • All Road Taxes Included.
  • Vehicle Parking fees included.
  • Driver allowances included.

Price Excludes

  • 5% GST is not included.
  • Lunch is not included.
  • Additional cost for hotel accommodation and transfer services due to flight cancellation or bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
  • Entry fees at any monuments or landmarks.
  • Anything not specified in inclusions.

Complementaries

  • Bon Fire at Nubra Valley
  • Cultural Show at Nubra Valley
  • Camel Ride at Sand Dunes
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  • Balance amount 30 days before the start of journey.
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  • Any cancellations after the booking will act Rs 2000 per guest (Adult or Child) followed by the below.

Before 60-30 Days

  • 50% of total amount refunded

From 29 Days to 14 days

  • 25% of total amount refunded

Before 14 Days

  • No Refund

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  • Explarience is not responsible for the cancellation of the services by the vendors due to climatic change or any reason. In addition to the above cancellation charges, you may be subjected to the cancellation policy of the suppliers/ vendors applicable to your particular arrangements. All refunds will be processed within but not limited to 30 days of cancellation of service, the refunds will be provided by whatever means feasible to Explarience Tours & Travels or its associated partners. Customers are requested to provide correct information, in case of wrong information provided (even if by mistake) and if there arises any issues/dispute due to the same, Explarience Team will not entertain these and the client has to bear the extra expenses arises due to the same.
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