We are specialized in Trekking, Cultural, Cycling, Motor Bike and Wild life tours in Ladakh and other part of India.
Day 1 : Start early morning. Drive through the picturesque Manali-Leh High way, After crossing Rohtang Pass at 13134 ft the road descend to Chandra and Bhaga basin of Lahul, leaving the green orchards of Keylong and passing through the last village of Himachal Pradesh, Darcha, Overnight in Darcha Padma Lodge, altitude, 3500m
Day 2 : Early morning drive to Tsokar lake road further climbs to Baralachala at 16050 ft and descends to the sprawling wide valley ofSarchu,From Serchu drive towards Tsokar lake. Overnight at deluxe Camp at Tsokar .
Day 3 : Tsokar to Tsomriri lake/ In Tsokar we can see Black Neck Cranes, wild ass, Tibetan sandgros, late afternoon drive drive to Tsomoriri lake
Day 4 : Tsomriri Lake to Leh / Drive back to Leh late morning after visiting Korzok monastery and walking around lake in the morning. Overnight Leh / Guest house Green Villa / Ladakh located in the border region of Himachal and Ladakh.The fascinating high altitude plateau at India’s furthest northern frontier probably occupies one of the topmost ‘must visit destinations’ for the nature lover. Originating from La-Tags – Ladakh means “ land of the High Mountain Passes” where Nature has sketched some amazing landscapes with stunning pastel to make man feel spiritually high In summer the valley wears the colour of sullen grey, silt laden and sometimes turning into violet. In autumn, the Indus valley is at the height of gracefulness-turquoise and aquamarine water weaving through golden banks of tall poplars and tumbling willows . Ladakh falls under the state of Jammu & Kashmir, bordered by POK and Tibet.
Day 5 : Transfer to Nubra Valley. Visit cold desert and enjoy the pleasure of Camel riding. Overnight stay at Hundar. Originally called “Ldumra” meaning the ‘Valley of Flowers’. It is situated in the north of Ladakh region. The average altitude of valley is about 10,000 ft above the sea level. The main settlement are along the Shayok River and the Siachen River. The river belt areas are sandy and the vegetative cover includes green farmarisk and myricaria. One of the unique features of the landscape in Nubra is the sand dunes between Deskit ( administrative center) and Hunder village. Ancient trade route passed through Nubra valley and imprints can be seen even today. The double-humped Bactrian Camels of Silk route trade period still wander in the wilderness of the valley. The drive between Leh and Nubra involves negotiating the Khardungla Pass ( 5602 mtrs above sea level), which is considered as the highest motorable pass in the world.
Day 6 : Return to Leh and overnight stay. Visit other places in and around Leh.
Day 7 : Pangong lake forms a part of the border area between India and China. On the Indian side the lake is 40 miles in length and nearly 2-4 miles in width- the majority lies on the Chinese side of the border. It is said that 75% of the Lake is in China and only 25% is in India. The landscape on the way to Pangong is spectacular. This large, serene lake at an altitude of 13,930 ft. above sea level has a brilliant colour variations including deep blue, turquoise etc. Ober night Camp at Pangong Deluxe Camp.
Day 8 : Return to Leh and overnight stay.
Day 9 : Leh - Delhi, air port drop.