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10-Days / 9-Nights Adventure

Day 1

Arrival at Leh. To be received by our representative and transferred to the hotel. Check into the hotel for a complete day of rest wherein welcome tea and coffee will be served by the hotel. Visit Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, and the market. Overnight at Leh.

Day 4

Nubra to Pangong. In the morning, you can visit the Disket Monastery and the large Maitreya Buddha statue. From the monastery, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Nubra, the confluence of the Shyok River, and head towards Pangong via Shyok. Arrive at Pangong, the highest saltwater lake in the world, shared by India and China. Overnight at Pangong.

Day 7

Padum to Phuktal or Local. Wake at your leisure and drive through Bardan and Muney villages, home to small monasteries and beautiful vistas, before reaching Admoo village. There, you will leave the car and start your trek, which will take around 5 hours to the famous Phuktal Monastery. Enjoy a refreshing drink at a nearby tea stall before walking another 2 hours to Purne village. Overnight stay in a local home in Purne.

Day 10

Departure. You will be transferred to the aiport.

Day 2

Indus Valley Tour. Shey Palace, was built in 1634 AD by King Deldan Namgyal. Inside the palace, there is a sacred copper-gilt statue of Lord Buddha, three stories high. It is renowned as being unique, with no other like it even in Tibet. Thiksay Monastery, one of the most beautiful Gompas (monasteries) in Ladakh. Thiksay Gompa was built in the 15th century. It resembles the Potala Palace in Lhasa Tibet. Thiksay Monastery belongs to the Gelukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Hemis Monastery is situated 45 km from Leh on the opposite side of the Indus River. The monastery was built by King Singge Namgyal and Lama Staksang Raspa in the 17th century and is one of the largest monasteries in Ladakh. Overnight at a hotel or guest house in Leh.

Day 5

Pangong to Leh, 150 km. Drive back to Leh (14,500 ft) through Changla Pass (17,350 ft), the third-highest motorable road in the world. Arrive around 12 o’clock, passing through beautiful villages and along the bank of the Indus River, with views of many beautiful monasteries and palaces. Overnight in Leh.

Day 8

Padum to Kargil. After an early breakfast, drive to Kargil, where you can enjoy the scenic drive through the dramatic Suru Valley. Cross over the Pensi-La pass, which is at 4,400 meters above sea level. On a clear day, you may catch a glimpse of the Nun and Kun mountain peaks (each over 7,000m). The alternate scenery along the way makes the journey well worth the effort! Overnight stay in a hotel.

Services included

•    Airport pickup and drop-off
•    Hotel and camp accommodations at all destinations
•    Inner Line Permit
•    1 Mechanic
•    1 Backup Jeep
•    08 Royal Enfield Himalayan/Himalayan scramblers
•    4 Double rooms on a dinner and breakfast basis (twin sharing)

Day 3

Leh to Nubra, approx. 130 km. After an early breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley via Khardong La. The pass is considered to be the highest motorable road in the world at 18,390 ft (5,802m), around 39 km from Leh. From the pass, enjoy the magnificent view of the Indus Valley and the Zanskar range to the south, and the Saser Massif to the north. Arrive in Hunder by afternoon and spend the day exploring Hunder and Disket Village. Hunder is known for its sand dunes and Bactrian camels. You can ride camels and explore the surroundings with a beautiful evening sunset. Overnight at Nubra.

Day 6

Leh to Padum. After breakfast, the drive to Padum is 7-8h. Along the way, you will see the Magnetic Hill, Sangam (confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers), via Lingshed/ Singe La. Overnight at Padum.

Day 9

Kargil to Leh. After breakfast, drive back to Leh, which is 218 km, taking 8 to 9 hours. Mulbekh, famous for its Maitreya Buddha statue and two-story gompa, is the first point of interest and is about 45 km east of Kargil. From Mulbekh to Lamayuru, you will pass through two impressive passes, Namika La (3,700 meters) and Fotu La (4,000 meters). The mountainous route offers a spectacular view of the region. Lamayuru Monastery, the oldest monastery in Ladakh, is 85 km from Kargil. In Khalsi town, there is a police checkpoint. Other sights include the Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, and the Sangam view of the Indus and Zanskar rivers. Overnight in a hotel in Leh.

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