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Detailed Itinerary

Day1. Arrival Acclimatise

Upon your arrival at the Kushok Bakula Airport, our representatives will meet you and offer you a transfer to hotel. Check in to the hotel for leisure. The rest of the day is free so that you can take rest to acclimatize with the environment which is very important. In the evening, if health permits, drive to Shanti Stupa & stay back. Overnight Hotel

Day 2 Leh – Sangam - Magnetic Hill – Gurudwara – Hall of fame – Spituk Monastery

Here we proceed towards a full day Tour to Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Kali Temple and Sangam.

  • At Sangam you can enjoy the view of confluence of two river (Indus & Zanskar River).

  • Gurudwara Patthar Sahib located at a distance of 40 kms from Leh, was constructed in 1571, in memory of Guru Nanak to commemorate his visit to this region.

  • AfternoonMagnetic Hill is the place where you will see your car, with its engine turned off, move upwards on a steep slope. It almost sounds unbelievable.

  • Hall of Fame is a must visit for every patriotic Indian. It has been built by Indian army in memory of soldiers who lost their lives in Kargil war. Return to Leh in the The Sangam is the place called Nimu where the Zanskar River and Indus rivers merge. In the evening come back to Leh. Overnight Guest House.



Day 03.Nubra valley 135km.

Early morning, leave on road to Nubra Valley via Khardongla Pass which is situated at a height of 18360 ft and considered as the highest motorable pass of the world and it is the perfect spot to capture the Mother Nature. In the afternoon, after having your lunch at some restaurant in Nubra Valley and Check in Camps. Nubra has acquired fame for its sand dunes, the cold desert that surrounds it, Bactrian camels and its breath-taking natural beauty After that you can Explore white sand dunes via camel safari.. The safari tour is done with double humped camels that are found only in Nubra Valley.

Bactrian camels are another attraction. Native to the steppes of central Asia, the Bactrian camel has two humps, in contrast to the single-humped camels found in Rajasthan and other parts of India. The Bactrian camels were the main mode of transport when Ladakh was an important stopover on the ancient trade routes with Central Asia.Stay overnight at the Deluxe Camp/Hotel.



Day 04: Nubra valley to Leh via (Shayok and Pangong Lake)

Today, we get up early morning visit to Diskit monastery (if not visited before) and have wonderful view of Nubra valley. Later drive to Pangong Lake via Shayok .Enjoy the turquoise colour panoramic lake and the magnificent mountains and landscapes which will leave you awestruck. Later drive back to Leh by visiting Thiksey monasteries, Rancho school and ShayPalace.

  • Thiksey Monastery - It is the finest example of Ladakhi architecture. It is a massive twelve storey monastery complex with a number of stupas, statues, Thankas and wall paintings. There is also a large pillar engraved with the Buddha's teachings. In its museum many sacred items besides a royal sword among other precious objects are on display. Stay overnight at the hotel in Leh

  • Shey Monastery – It is located at a solitary hillock at a distance of 15 km away south of Leh. This monastery is also called Shey Palace. Main attraction in Shey Monastery is twelve feet Shakyamuni Buddha's statue.

Overnight Hotel / Guest House.



Day 05. Departure Flight.

In the morning, you'll be escorted to Kushok Bakula airport to catch flight for onward destination with sweet memories of Ladakh to cherish throughout life.

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