Leh Ladakh, Land of High passes at the epic Himalayas. In between rugged valleys and mountains, winding roads to Manali in the south via Leh-Manali Highway. At the height of 3524 metres (11,562 ft) the iconic Magnetic Hill, the turquoise-colored Pangong Lake, the confluence of two mystical rivers, ancient and awe-inspiring monasteries, and the highest passes are a few of the marvellous attractions of Leh and Ladakh in general. Leh is known for its Buddhist temples and pristine environment. Due to the strong influence of Tibetan Buddhism, Leh is also known as “Little Tibet” or “The Land of Lamas”.
The Unique thing about the Ladakh terrain is that it has mountains, forests, deserts, lakes, rivers, waterfalls in one of the beautiful and dynamic geography. On a journey to the top of the world, Leh-Ladakh features most of the world’s highest motorable passes with the spectacular beauty of snow-capped mountains. The white-washed majestic monasteries adds to scenic views of this cold desert.
Day 1 : Reporting at Ahmedabad Railway Station and departure for Delhi
Day 2 : Reaching Delhi, Free Time and Departure For Manali From Traveller/Winger.
Day 3 : Reaching Manali Campsite, Acclimatisation and Activities Day.
Day 4 : Early Morning Departure From Sarchu, Night Stay Sarchu in Tent.
Day 5: Moving To Leh Via Tanglangla Pass, Night Stay At Leh.
Day 6 : Sightseeing in Leh, i.e Shanti Stupa, Thikshay Monastery etc.
Day 7 : Pangong Sightseeing, Night Stay At Leh.
Day 8 : Move to Nubra Valley, Visit Dikshit Monastery, Stay At Nubra.
Day 9 : Move To Leh And Free Day in Leh.
Day 10 : Leaving For Sarchu in Early Morning, Night Stay At Sarchu.
Day 11 : Leaving For Manali, Night Stay at Manali.
Day 12 : Free Day in Manali: Sightseeing, Paragliding, River Rafting, Departure For Delhi Overnight Journey.
Day 13 : Departing For Ahmedabad From Delhi Railway Station.
Day 14 : Reaching Ahmedabad
Rent a Bike:
During 4 Days Visit in Leh, Participants can opt for the Bike Ride also.
Rent: Approx 1500 per head per day excluding fuel charges