8 Days 7 Nights
(Leh 4N – Nubra Valley 2N – Pangong 1 N)
Non-peak season prices with a 3* hotel
Adult Rate: INR 41599.00
Child with Bed: INR 20899.00
Child Without Bed (6 – 12 yrs.): INR 14599.00
Note:Prices for tour packages are subject to availability due to high demand and peak seasons. Kindly, before making a booking, please contact us to inquire about the availability status.
Are you ready to live your dream of taking a road trip in 7N/8D-LADAKH CALLING Ladakh, where you will experience the adrenaline rush, tranquil beauty, and culture of the “Land of High Passes,” as the entire journey has been hand-picked by IMAD Travel outdoor specialists? A breath-taking drive through Leh-Ladakh, a place of snow-capped mountains and the world’s highest motorable passes, will transport you to the top of the globe. The terrain of Ladakh is unique in that it contains mountains, forests, deserts, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls all in one gorgeous and dynamic landscape.
Notes on the tour program:
iii) Overnight staying options at Pangong Lake / Tsomo-riri Lake / Sarchu are mainly in tented accommodations with limited facilities, such as restricted or no power supply, limited hot water provision, no TV etc. Tourists must also be prepared to spend the night under frequent low temperature even during summer. The stress of passing the night at high altitudes is also to be kept in mind.
Note on transport service:
The vehicle provided is for sightseeing as per the itinerary on point–to-point basis and not at disposal after or outside the prescribed tour .
Places / sites not visited as per the given tour sequence / route on guest’s own advice / choice will not be revisited except on extra payment as per applicable transport rate .
Driver of the taxi is not a guide. He will only provide basic information about the tour route.
All currently applicable hotel taxes (but not future tax / levies, if any)
Pre-paid package: No refund on unutilized services of the package (hotel, transport, meals etc.)
A Complete day of visit to the monasteries. After breakfast, drive to visit the Shey Palace, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries and Stok Palace Museum. Return to Leh in the evening. Overnight stay and dinner at Hotel in Leh .
After early breakfast drive to Nubra valley via Khardongla Pass (18,380ft) the world’s highest motorable road and gateway to Siachen Glacier, the views from the top of the pass are amazing. Later Visit Deskit Monastery (118kms) founded by Lama Sherab Zangpo in 1420 A.D. And Later we will visit Hundar village (7kms from Deskit) and Double-Humped Bactrian Camel Safari in sand dunes between Hundar and Deskit villages. Overnight stay and dinner in Resort at Nubra
Today morning after break fast we will drive to A beautiful place known as Turtuk .it is a small village in the Indian union territory of Ladakh. Turtuk is one of the nothermost village of India, second only to Murgo Village, the norhernmost village of India. Turtuk is situated in the Leh district of the Nubra Valley. It is 205 km from Leh, the district headquarters, and 2.5 km from the Line of Control between India and Pakistan. Turtuk is also the headquarters of the eponymous community development block.
Turtuk is located on the banks of the Shyok River. Geographically, the village is in the Baltistan region, which is administered by Pakistan except for four villages which are part of India, one of which is Turtuk. These villages form the only region in India populated by Balti people.
Turtuk is the last outpost of Indian controlled Ladakh, after which Pakistan-controlled Gilgit-Baltistan begins. The village is one of the gateways to the Siachen Glacier. Turtuk is known for its varieties of fruits, especially apricot.
After having full day Tour and Adventure, we will leave back to Nubra . Overnight stay and dinner in Resort at Nubra .
Morning after breakfast we will proceed for Pangong lake tour (14,500ft), 7 hours hrs drive third highest motorable road in the world. This famous blue brackish salt water lake is 5-6 kms in width and around 134 kms in length with 75 percent of its running the other side of the Indo China Border. Overnight stay and dinner in camp at Pangong.
Morning after breakfast ,we will proceed for leh via changla pass, we will have explore the beautiful sightseeing view of pangong to leh route .on arrival to leh ,we will pay visit to famous leh market/ leh bazaar and have some good shopping time. Overnight stay and dinner at Hotel in Leh .
Morning after Breakfast we will proceed for Hemis National Park (or Hemis High Altitude National Park) is a high altitude national park in Ladakh, India. Globally famous for its snow leopards, it is believed to have the highest density of them in any protected area in the world. It is the only national park in India that is north of the Himalayas, the largest notified protected area in India (largest National park) and is the second largest contiguous protected area, after the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve and surrounding protected areas. The park is home to a number of species of endangered mammals, including the snow leopard. Hemis National Park is India's protected area inside the Palearctic realm, outside the Changthang Wildlife Sanctuary northeast of Hemis, and the proposed Tso Lhamo Cold Desert Conservation Area in North Sikkim .
The park is bounded on the north by the banks of the Indus River, and includes the catchments of Markha, Sumdah and Rumbak, and parts of the Zanskar Range. Overnight stay and dinner at Hotel in Leh
Morning after breakfast we will proceed for full day leh local tour which will include
• Shanti Stupa.
• Hall of Fame.
• Leh Main Bazaar / Leh Main Market.
• Sankar Gompa / Monastery.
• Sindhu Ghat.
Overnight stay and dinner at Hotel in Leh .
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and we will drop you at LEH AIRPORT for your onward journey with memories
The best time to visit Ladakh is between the summer months of April to July, when temperatures range from 15 to 30 degrees Celsius. Ladakh is notorious for having exceptionally low temperatures for virtually the entire year.
Be prepared for the cold when visiting Ladakh. Make a list of everything you'll need for your journey to Ladakh and double-check it. It's also possible that you'll be dealing with sub-zero temperatures and strong winds. Carry woollen apparel, which should include the following:
• Woolen Cap
• Windproof and warm jacket
Yes, it's bitterly cold, bitterly cold. It's even more dangerous if you're riding a motorcycle. When you get in Khradungla, the air will become thinner and you will feel cooler. Despite the fact that you will be wearing coats and helmets, the cold can be uncomfortable. Because the winters in Ladakh are bitterly cold, it is recommended that you dress warmly inside.
When travelling to a height of roughly 3500 metres, it is common to notice that most people notice the changes all at once. The amount of time it takes to acclimate varies from person to person.
Some people will need the entire first day to relax, while others will be OK. For the first three days, try to stay away from alcohol and drink as much water, juice, and tea as possible.
During the day, T-shirts and shorts will suffice, but as the evening progresses, the weather will get cool, necessitating the use of a jacket and pullover. Warm woollen clothing is required for trekking at a height of 4000 metres above sea level. If you're going in the months of June and July, you'll need windbreakers and raincoats, as well as a pair of waterproof shoes.
As a suggestion, it is preferable to stop along the journey where there is electricity. When you get at your destination, set aside some time in the evening to charge all of your devices.
All new cars now come with a USB port, so as long as you have your own USB charging cable, you'll be OK. Except in Pangong, electricity is usually available everywhere. Pangong is completely off the beaten path and relies solely on harnessed solar energy after 9 p.m.