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Day 1: welcome to land of lama and peak!for the first day you need to take complete rest/acclimatize for the high altitude.overnight at Leh
Day 2: today we will start our Local sightseeing around leh,overnight at Leh
Day 3: today we will cross world’s highest motarable road khardung la and head towards Nubra Valley,overnight at Nubra valley camp
Day 4: sightseeing around nubra valley and we will head turtuk to panamik.overnight at sumoor.
Day 5: todays tour would be for most beautiful and crazy destination for all the tourist which is pangong lake and we will stay there in beautiful camp and enjoy sunrise and sunset and in night we will also enjoy bonfire at camp
Day 6: after breakfast we will head towards and today at evening you’ll be set free to enjoy leh main market and shopping’s we will gather for delicious dinner together
Day 7: after breakfast we will leave for leh airport.
Tour destination and details are below:
SITUATED AT A HEIGHT OF 3,609 METRES (11,841 FT), THISSTUPA IS LOCATED 5 KILOMETRES (3.1 MI) FROM LEH. THE STUPA CAN BE REACHED BY A DRIVABLE ROAD ORON FOOT USING A SERIES OF 500 STEEP STEPS TO THE HILLTOP.
Shanti stupa is a white-domed stupa (chorten) on a hilltop in Chanspa.It was built in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu,Gyomyo Nakamura to inspire peace to all races and creeds. The most beautiful panoramic view of the city can be captured to your heart from here. Best time to visit is during Sunrise and Sunset. You can even see the snow capped mountains around, as well as road leading to Khardung-la can also be seen from here.
LOCATED ON THE NAMGYAL HILL IN LEH
THIS REMOTE MOUNTAIN ENCLAVE OF LADAKH IS SURE TO TAKE YOUR HEART AWAY!!
CONSTRUCTION GOT STARTED IN 1553 AND WAS COMPLETED IN THE 17TH CENTURY BY SENGGE NAMGYAL KNOWN AS THE 'LION' KING.
Leh Palace known as the "Lhachen Palkhar" is a former royal palace of the Leh Kingdom. It is located in Leh city. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions of Leh city.The 17th century Palace, is also one of the tallest buildings of its time with nine storeys. The palace provides spectacular views of Stok Kangri and the Ladakh mountain range as well as town and surroundings. The palace is now in a run-down condition being maintained and restored by the (ASI).It is seated in the midst of beautiful landscapes and mountain range has managed to retain its mystique. It has become a popular tourist destination in Leh apart from being an important hub of Buddhist culture and religion. It not only provides spectacular views but also let one walk through the rich past. A statue of Lord Buddha is seated inside the monastery of the palace. Old pictures and paintings are displayed in the exhibition halls of the palace that include Tibetan thangka or sooth paintings showcasing fine designs. These paintings that are over 450 years old were created using colours derived from powderedstones and gems and till date amaze all with their rich and vivid appearance. It looks even more ravishing on a full moon night raising the mystic charm. Daily timing is 7:00 am to 4:00pm.
This gompa was first build at stakna by Changsem Sherab Zangpo of stok.Later his nephew Spon Paldan Sherab founded the Thiksay Gompa on a hill top to north of Indus river in 1430 AD. Currently two hundred fifty monks reside in this gompa.
Thiksey Monastery is the largest monastery in central Ladakh district in Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated at an altitude of 3600 metres in the Indus valley and 18 km from Leh.This monastery is referred as ‘Mini Potala’ of India as it resembles to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.Apart from visiting monastery one can also find some rare and precious stupas, statues, thangkas, wall paintings and swords in the monastery.Its buildings are structured in hierarchal order. The monastery offers clear view of the Indus Valley and some monastery like Shey, Stok and Matho can also be seen from here.Attend a morning prayerhere with the monks and spending some time meditating makes a wonderful start of the day.
Established in 1672,this gompa is of the Drukpa Lineage located in Hemis village.Distance from Leh is Approx 40 km
Hemis is one of the richest monasteries in Leh.It's located about an hour drive from Leh on the hemis-thiksey-sector. The best part is the museumfrom statues to musical instruments to weapons- you will find everything there. It houses some amazing artefacts that are centuries old. You can easily get lost in the old era.. Once you are done with the museum, spend time at the shop that is run by monks selling things about the history of Buddhism including books.
Diskit is the headquarters of the Nubra Valley,it is about 150 km north from Leh town, the capital of Ladakh district,India.The route from Leh takes thetravellers over the khardung-la pass,the highest motor able road in the world (18380 feet’s) above sea level.The Shyok River meets the Nubra or Siachan River to form a large valley that separates the Ladakh and Karakoram Ranges.The Shyok River is a tributary of the Indus River.Along the Nubra or Siachan River lie the villages of Sumur, Kyagar (called Tiger by the Indian Army), Panamik,Turtuk and many others. Samstanling monastery is between Kyagar and Sumur villages, and Panamik is noted for its hot springs.And between Hundar and Diskit lie several kilometres of sand dunes,and (two-humped) Bactrian camel graze in the neighbouring "forests" of sea buckthorn.
NUBRA valley means "LDUMRA" (The valley of flowers).It is Located to the north east of Ladakh.The average altitude of the valley is about 10,000ft above sea level.
- Hunder has Bactrian camels (shaggy double hump) around sand dunes,
- Deskit has monasteries with tallest 32 meter Maitreya Buddha statue
- samstanling monasteries in Summor village
- Turtuk(close to Pakistan border) religion in this area is mostly Muslim.
- Panamik has hot water springs and a scared yarab tso lake.
Pangong Lake also known as Pangong Tso,it’s a beautiful endorheic lake situated in the Himalayas and is 134 km long,extending from India to China. Pangong Lake is situated at a height of 4350 m.The one factor that makes this Lake so popular is the fact that it keeps changing colour.You are sure to be enchanted by the charm and the beauty,in the way to Pangong you might be able to see Mermaids which is a very rare species observed in Himalaya.One third area of the lake lies within our country and the other two third portions lies with Tibet and is controlled by China.Nubra to Pangong route will take you through Wari La and then to Pangong Tso Lake.The Wari La Pass is one of the most secluded passes in Ladakh and it takes about 11 hours approximately to reach Pangong. Best time to visit Pangong Lake is between June to September. Tourists require a special permit to visit this lake (Permits are easily obtained in Leh town) to pass.