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11-Days / 10-Nights Adventure

Day 1

Srinagar International Airport & 14 km Drive to City Centre, altitude 1730 m. Upon arrival at Srinagar International Airport, our representative will meet and greet you, then transfer you to a deluxe houseboat/hotel in Srinagar. In the afternoon, tour of the Mughal Gardens, visiting heritage places such as Cheshma Shahi (built by Shah Jehan in 1632 AD), Pari Mahal (by Dara Shikoh), Nishat Bagh (by Asaf Khan in 1633 AD), Shalimar Bagh (by Jehangir in 1616 AD), and Hazratbal Shrine. Enjoy an evening lake ride by Shikara (a small cruise boat) to visit the Floating Gardens, Lotus Gardens, and Nehru Park inside Dal Lake. Dinner and overnight stay at the houseboat/hotel.

Day 4

Stay in Leh. Visit Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Hall of Fame, and Market. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 7

Nubra to Pangong. In the morning, visit Disket Monastery and the big Maitreya Buddha statue, offering a beautiful view of Nubra, the confluence of Shayok, and head towards Pangong via Shayok. Arrive at Pangong, the highest saltwater lake in the world, shared by India & China. Overnight at a fixed camp.

Day 10

Tsomoriri to Leh via Tsokar and Taklang La. Tsokar, a high mountain lake at an elevation of 4430 meters, is known for its scenic beauty and diverse wildlife. It's one of the three high-altitude saltwater lakes in Ladakh, popular with bird watchers. Visit Thiksey Monastery, Rancho School, and Shey Palace, if time permits. Overnight at a hotel.

Day 2

Srinagar to Kargil. After breakfast, drive to Kargil, 120 km of exciting ride along beautiful and exotic landscapes, as captivating as the destination itself. Encounter the famed Zojila Pass at the beginning of the journey. This rugged road is chiseled out on the steep mountain, presenting narrow and challenging passes, integral to the Kargil War and control of Kashmir. After Zojila Pass, Drass village, the largest town between Sonamarg and Kargil, also considered the gateway to Ladakh. The Kargil War Memorial, commemorating the 1999 conflict, is located in Drass rather than Kargil. Drass to Kargil is 62 km. Overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 5

Leh to Nubra, approx. 130 km. After an early breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley via Khardong La, considered the highest motorable road in the world at 18,380 ft (5,602m), 39 km from Leh. Enjoy magnificent views from the pass. Arrive in Hunder by afternoon for leisure to explore Hunder and Diskit village. Experience camel riding and explore the surroundings with a beautiful evening sunset. Overnight in a hotel/camp.

Day 8

Pangong to Hanle. After breakfast, drive to Hanle, 7 to 8 hrs. Visit Chushul Village near the Indian LAC with China, close to Pangong Lake and Rezang La War Memorial. Hanle, a large historic village in Ladakh, is home to a 17th-century Buddhist monastery of the Drukpa Kagyu branch of Tibetan Buddhism and one of the world's highest sites for astronomical observation. Overnight at a guest house.

Day 11

Departure. You will be transferred to the airport.

Day 3

Kargil to Leh (218 km, 8 to 9 hrs). After breakfast, the ride to Leh covers 218 km in 8 to 9 hrs. Starting from Kargil, you first reach Mulbekh, located about 45 kilometers east of Kargil, famous for its 9-meter high Maitreya Buddha statue and a two-story gompa surrounding it. The journey from Mulbek to Lamayuru introduces a twist on the highway as it winds through two magnificent passes, Namika La (3700 meters) and Fotu La (4000 meters), offering adventurous ascents and descents alongside spectacular views of the region. After Fotu La, visit the beautiful Lamayuru Monastery, the oldest monastery in Ladakh. From Lamayuru, proceed to Khalsi, a town with a police checkpoint for ID verification, then continue to Leh, passing many villages and Buddhist monuments like Basgo Palace and Gonpa (monastery), Hall of Fame, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, and the Sangam view of the Indus and Zanskar rivers. Overnight in a hotel.

Day 6

Hunder to Turtuk. After breakfast, drive 83 km to Turtuk village along the Shayok River. Turtuk, the only Balti region under Indian administration since 1971, offers a unique opportunity to witness Balti culture. Visitors need an Inner Line Permit, as with other areas in Nubra. Drive back to Hunder for an overnight stay in a hotel or camps.

Day 9

Hanle to Tsomoriri. Drive to Tsomoriri Lake, around 150 km, 5 to 6 hrs. Overnight at Tsomoriri.

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)
•    Bike transportation to Srinagar.

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