BEST OF LADAKH

Code LDK-2017-101
Destination Leh Sham Valley Nubra Valley Khardung-La Top Tsomoriri Lake Tsokar Lake
Category Ladakh Tour Package
Duration 8 days 7 nights

 

Why Travel With Us ?

We are a Local Tours Operator !

This means we working directly with you, we create your unique travel experiences, providing you with the actual services and offering you the best quotation for your trip.

We are full licensed company by LHDC - This allows us to meet certain standards and set benchmarks within the Ladakh Tourism Industry. We are copyright registered and are established as a long term in Tourism Business. Travel with us to be ensured you will not go through any brokers and we assure you for the best of Ladakh experince.

Tour Package Dates & Price/Person
Departure Date

Day 01 Arrival at Leh:

Arrival at Leh airport and transfer to the Hotel. Delhi to Leh fight is an hour of spectacular view over the Pan-himalayas, you can take nice early morning picture, sun touching the horizon and the magnificent mountain view of the Ladakh and Karakoram range. As soon as you get out of the airport our representative will guide you to the hotel, there a welcome drink and traditional white scarf welcome will be hosted by the hotel reception. Since your ascending from 200 to 3500 meters from the sea level you need a complete day rest for acclimatization. Later in the evening visit to Leh Market, Leh Palace and Shanti Stupa. Overnight in Leh.

Meals : Dinner
Day 02: Leh – Sham region – Leh 124 Kms/ 5-6 Hrs:

After breakfast drive to Likir,Alchi Monastery, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Hall of Fame museum and Sangam (Confluence of Zanskar & Indus River). Overnight in Leh . 

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 03: Leh - Pangong Lake - Leh 280 Kms/ 10-11 Hrs:

After early breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 E) through Changla Pass 17,350 E, 3rd highest motor-able road in the world. Enjoy the beauty of the lake on the banks of Pangong while appreciating the changing colours and the fascinating high altitude experience of the Lake. Later drive back from the same route (5hrs). Overnight in Leh.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 04: Leh - Nubra Valley 120 Kms/ 4-5 Hrs:

After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft) post lunch, enjoy the camel safari at Sand Dunes between Deskit & Hundur Village. Nubra valley is also known Ldumra means the valley of flowers, it use to be the famous silk route trader hub to reach many central asian countries up to Paris and Rome (during silk route trade), the two hump camel use to be the means of transport to carry trade goods, and still you can see and ride them.There is a world most expensive battle ground the Siachen glacier further up in the north(tourist are still not allowed there) deskil monastery is a part of Thiksey monastery, there is big New Matriya Buddha Statue build by the present Rinpochey and a school for novice monks and nuns. Overnight in Nubra Valley.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 05: Nubra Valley – Leh 120 Kms/ 4-5 Hrs:

After breakfast visit Deskit Monastery (Big Buddha), where you can have a magnificent view of Nubra Valley and drive back to Leh by same route, crossing Khardungla Pass. Overnight in Leh.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 06: Leh to Tsomoriri Lake 240 Kms/ 7-8 Hrs:

Morning after breakfast drive to Tsomoriri Lake by passing Chumathang (Hot Spring) along the Indus River. Evening take a walk around the Lake to enjoy the scenic beauty. Initially the 3-idiots crew choose Tsomoriri lake for their shooting location but due to sudden change in weather they have to change the location to Pangong lake. Tsomoriri lake is the hub of Nomad people, they use to trade salt in olden days to western ladakh , their main  business now is pashmina wool and yak farming. O/N in Korzok village.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 07: Tsomoriri – Tsokar - Taglangla – Leh 260 Kms/ 9-10 Hrs:

orning after breakfast leave to Leh passing Puga (Natural Sulphur Mine), Tsokar Lake, Taklang La Pass 17,585ft, 2nd Highest motorable road in the world. Arrival at Leh by evening. Overnight in Leh.

Meals : Breakfast, In-flight
Day 08: Leh departure transfer:

Early morning transfer to Leh airport to board flight back to destination, with sweet memories of Ladakh.

Meals : In-flight
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List of essential things one should carry for a trip to Ladakh

Water:
Water is the most essential thing while traveling in Ladakh, since dehydration can further complicate health issues at such a high altitude. So make sure you are carrying at least couple of liter of water per person all the time and drinking at regular intervals.

Medicines:
Carry Diamox if you aren’t allergic to sulfur drugs (helps reduce some of the symptoms of AMS) and medicines for headache, fever, stomach ache, cold and cough syrup. You can find more detailed list for medicines here, First Aid Travel kit.

Sunscreen lotion:
UV rays at high altitude can be quite damaging to the skin, even during the harshest of winter, so don’t forget to carry a good quality sunscreen lotion eg. Lotus Herbal Sun Screen Lotion with rating of SPF30 or higher and apply it properly before going out in the sun.

UV sunglasses:
As mentioned earlier, UV rays at high altitude can be quite damaging and this holds true for eyes as well. So having decent quality UV sunglasses (Fastrack ones are available for as little as Rs. 800) is quite essential, especially if you are traveling early in the season or during winter, when mountain passes have a lot of snow cover and sunlight reflecting from the snow can be even harsher!

Lip balm:
Dry and cold weather of Ladakh will make your lips dry, which can get quite painful due to cracking and skin coming off, so make sure to carry a lip balm or Vaseline.

Mustard oil: Mustard oil can be used for moisturizing skin, putting it in your hair and for lubricating insides of nostrils, which can become quite dry and painful due to dry and cold winds of Ladakh.

Glucose: Carrying water mixed with Glucon C/D is a good idea while traveling at high altitude, as it provides instant energy on the move, when your appetite is likely to be reduced due to AMS and at the same time, doesn’t act as a diuretic, like most caffeinated energy drinks. Carry couple of small packs with you, which you can mix in water, at the beginning of the day.

Chocolates, biscuits and nuts: Carrying couple of chocolates, a pack of biscuits and few hundred grams of almonds, raisins and cashews is a good idea, as these provide instant energy and easy snack and don’t take up too much space. Those who love spicy food, make sure to carry pickle or sauce, since Ladakhi food is a bit bland.

Other personal essentials: Paper soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb and toilet paper. You can also carry your shaving kit and face wash if you have the space and need for these and any other toiletries.

Clothes: In Ladakh it is best to dress in layers, since majority of coldness is due to wind chill and temperatures can change rapidly depending on the place, time and weather. Hence dressing in layers will allow you to add/subtract layers as and when needed. So make sure apart from your regular cloths, you are also carrying a sweater, gloves, cap (protect head and ears from cold winds), warm inners (especially if you are traveling in off season) and if possible, air/water resistant jacket.

Documents and IDs: It is essential to carry at least one government issued identity card and couple of photocopies of it, since it is needed while applying for inner line permit and at certain places, to register at the check post. You should also carry your medical insurance card (if you have one), Map of Ladakh, your printed itinerary, hotel reservation slips (if you have prebooked), couple of copies of your flight ticket (if traveling by air) and list of important contacts (useful in case your mobile phone stops working).

Chargers for all the gadgets, cameras and mobile: Need I explain this?

Spare camera batteries: Carry at least one spare set of batteries required by your camera, since in cold environment, batteries can die quickly.

Car charger or battery bank: If you are an avid smart phone user and planning to log your route on your favorite GPS App, then make sure you are carrying car charger or a power bank with at least 4000-5000mAH capacity to keep your mobile phone running throughout the day.

3 socket Belkin Surge Protector: While it is a little large in size, 3 socket Belkin Surge Protector will not only keep your gadgets protected from power surges, but will also allow you to charge multiple devices simultaneously and at the same time, provide the crucial cable length to safely place your gadgets in rooms with idiotic power socket locations (sadly enough, many hotels have this).

Enough memory cards to last you the entire trip: Doesn’t matter if you are carrying a laptop or planning to burn CDs/DVDs at Leh, carry enough memory cards to cover your entire shooting duration in Ladakh. If needed, borrow from friends but don’t depend on laptop HDDs or worse still, virus infested cyber café computers to copy and save your photographs!

Torch: Not really needed if your mobile phone has one, but if in case it doesn’t, carry a small LED one.

Money: While my recommendation would be to carry enough cash you need, to avoid wasting time withdrawing cash, it may not be feasible for everyone. So please keep in mind that ATMs beyond Srinagar and Manali are only available in Kargil and Leh and they too are few with often long queues in front of them.

Mobile phone connectivity: Only post-paid mobile phone connections from other states work in Ladakh and even from these, only BSNL has presence beyond Leh. So unless you wish to be dependent upon STD booths, carry a BSNL/MTNL post-paid connection.
 
 

 Hotels and camps we use for our packages

Destinations  Luxury   Deluxe 
in Leh

 Hotel the Grand Dragon 

 The Zen Ladakh 

Eco Poplar resorts 

Hotel reenam

Hotel Omasila 

in Nubra Valley

Mystic Medows Earth Home

Organic Camp

 Double hump camp

in Pangong Lake Camp Redstrut 

Yak camp

Mysitc Pangong Camp

TOUR PACKAGE INCLUDES:
 
♦ Meet & Greet at the airport by our representative
♦ Traditional welcome scarf and welcome drink at the hotel
♦ All local Sightseeing Transport & Airport drop/pick-up
♦ Wild Life fees & Red Cross fee
♦ Inner Line permit to visit restricted areas                                                                                           
♦ All our camps/hotel in Nubra Valley, Pangogng Lake and Tsomoriri are equipped with portable oxygen cylinder to use on emergency                                                                                

♦ Transportation: Innova/Xylo car will be used for up to 6 person. 
From 6-person to 10-person mini coach 10-seater (with push back seats) will be used.
All our drivers are friendly, well experienced for mountain driving well spoken in Hindi language and basic englsih ( can use as your guide and assistance anytime)  
♦ Accommodation
Accommodation on twin/double room sharing basis as per the Itinerary, in  our handpicked listed category hotels & camps with Breakfast and Dinner inclusive.Most of our hotels are on a walking distance from the Leh main market. Our camps in Nubra are in best locations and in Pangong, just by the lake. Meals can be served as you prefer (veg/non-veg) 
 
TOUR PACKAGE DOESN'T INCLUDES:
♦ Any Kind of Airfare (Domestic/International)
♦ Monument & Museum entrance Fees                                                                                                 
♦ The Services of Vehicle is not included on leisure days & after finishing the sightseeing tour as per the Itinerary
♦ Ladakh entry fee (if any applicable)       
♦ Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Aerated)                                                                                          
♦ Cost of incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks, bad or any other factors        that's beyond our control.
♦ Extra Meals Ordered  Laundry, Phone Calls  
♦ Optional tours, Travel insurance, travel visas and all personal expenses. 
♦ Tipping and gratuities to local guides, drivers, and hotel staff. 
♦ Any items not specified as included.
 

♦ Vehicle & Seat & Capacity:

Innova/Xylo/Scorpio ( Max-6 person including children)