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Ladakh literally means 'the land of many passes' . Situated in the northern most extremity of India, Ladakh lies among parallel mountain ranges running from south-east to north-west. To the north tower the stark snow clad mountains of the Karakorum and Kun Lun range separating India from Central Asia and Tibet. The stunningly awesome granite hills of the Ladakh range starts from the Indus - Shyok confluence while the drawn-out mountain maze of the Zanskar range that consists of sedimentary layered hills and aeons ago an ocean bed, stands as the dividing line between the Indus Valley and the Zanskar region. The Great Himalayan Range in its southern extremity demarcates Ladakh from the lush green Kashmir Vale and Himachal Pradesh.


  • Area: Himachal - Ladakh
  • Duration: 15 days (11 days of touring)
  • Best Time: July to September
  • Grade: Sustained
  • Maximum Altitude: 5630 m (18,471 ft.)

Itinerary :

  • Day 01: Arrival in Delhi
    Guests will be received at the airport followed by a transfer to a hotel, where you will be staying overnight.
  • Day 02: Journey from Delhi to Manali (2000 m / 6,561 ft) & -570 km
    You will check out of your hotel in Delhi at 5am; you will have breakfast along the way. In the afternoon we will also stop for lunch. By evening time you will have reached in Manali, where you will be transferred to your hotel.
  • Day 03: Tour 1 – Manali
    After breakfast, each individual will be provided with a motorbike, for you to explore Manali and its surroundings with a local guide. You will also visit Naggar Castle, Roerich Art Gallery, Hindu Temples and the hot springs in Vashisht.
  • Day 04: Tour 2 – Manali to Jispa (3250 m / 10,662 ft)-135 Km
    You will drive along the Beas River upstream along the left bank through several villages, until you reach the Rohtang Pass (4050 m / 13,287 ft.). You will then drive down to reach in Gramphu, and then the passport check point at Koskar. Afterwards, you will carry on to reach in Keylong; the tribal district headquarters. A further 35 km will lead you to the campsite at Jispa or Darcha.
  • Day 05: Tour 3 – Jispa to Sarchu (4253 m /13,953 ft)-84 km
    You will leave to the higher region, accompanied by zigzag uphill roads in the shadow of hanging glaciers to the scenic Baralacha La (4800 m / 15,748 ft.), before we descend to the Sarchu plateau. Overnight stay on Sarchu campsite.
  • Day 06: Tour 4 – Sarchu to Tsokar (4267 m /13,999 ft)-133 Km
    You will leave the vast Sarchu plateau, to head up a curvy drive until you reach Namik La (4950 m / 16,240 ft.), where you can experience the spectacular views of rugged rocks and their unique geological formation. Then you go over Lachu Lang La (5090 m / 16,699 ft.)before descending to the gorge of the cliffy GanglaJal to Pang. You will then continue through the vast plateau of Kyang Chu-Thang (plateau of wild donkey) to Tsokar, via dusty and unidentified trails. The Tsokar lake - also called White Lake because of the salt deposits around it – is where extracted salt from its shores is still sold all over Ladakh, as well as yellow headed Wagtail, Pled Wagtail, Desert Wheatears, Raven, Horned Lark etc.
  • Day 07: Tour 5 – Tsokar to Tsomoriri (Karzok) (4568 m /14,986 ft)-90 km
    The rough road leads to the top of the Polokongkha (4920 m / 16,141 ft.) before you descend to the Puga Valley, which is known for its Butangass and nomads. You will reach in Sumdo Village before driving uphill again to reach the Namstang La (4800 m / 15,748 ft.) and carry on to Karzok. The Gompa and its inhabitants (nomads) are the most outstanding features of this area. Overnight stay in camp.
  • Day 08: Tour 6 – Karzok to Leh (3506 m /11,502 ft)-220 km
    You will leave early to head back the same way until reaching in Sumdo, then reaching at Mahe, where the main road leads to Leh. You will be following alongside the Indus River. On the way you will have the opportunity to visit the Hemis, Thiksey and Shey Monasteries. Overnight stay in hotel.
  • Day 09: Tour 7 – Leh to Stok and Phyang Monastery
    You will be visiting the Stok Palace and its museum, as well as taking a relaxing stroll in the village; we will drive to Phyang en route before reaching back in Leh in time for lunch. Overnight stay in hotel.
  • Day 10: Tour 8 – Leh to Khardung La (5540 m /18,175 ft)
    Today’s tour will begin with an uphill until the Khardung La, as it is the highest point you will need to be cautious of altitude sickness. However, oxygen cylinders will be within the accompanying vehicle throughout the journey. Once you have reached on top of the highest motor able pass in the world, you can enjoy the magnificent views of Himalaya and its valleys. You will then head back for Leh, where you will have lunch and then you will be free for the rest of the day. Overnight stay in hotel.
  • Day 11: Tour 9 – Leh to Pang 4630 m / 15,190 ft. (Over Tanglang La 5630 m / 18,471 ft.-174 km
    The road goes through several villages over the world’s second highest motor able pass before reaching in Pang. Overnight stay in camp.
  • Day 12: Tour 10 – Pang to Jispa
    Repeat same journey back.
  • Day 13: Tour 11 – Jispa to Manali-138 km
    Repeat same journey back. End of tour.
  • Day 14: Journey from Manali – Delhi: Explore Manali-570 km
    Free visit in Manali. You will be able to spend the rest of the day freely within the town until 3pm, when you will depart for the bus station. Overnight journey in comfortable bus.
  • Day 15: Flight Departure: Delhi
    You will be given the opportunity to explore around Delhi as you will have a full day free, before being transferred to the Indira Gandhi International Airport where you will depart to your onward destination.

Inclusions :

*Transportation by Non A/C Indica Car (2Pax) or Tavera (4 Pax & 6 Pax) for the entire tour. Inc of Toll Tax, Parking, Driver allowance, State tax
*All sightseeing and excursion as per the itinerary
*Mentioned or similar hotels on MAP (Breakfast and Dinner Basis)
*A/C Supplement Cost Rs 1000/- , Inn ova A/C Supplement Cost Rs 2000/-

Things to Carry :

  • Do carry your photo ID proof for inner line permits.
  • Heavy woolens recommended.
  • First Aid Kit / personal medicine.
  • Emergency Kit/ dehydrated food.
  • Enough water to avoid dehydration.
  • Camp shoes or sandals – optional, but recommended
  • Two extra pair of wool socks / two pair liner socks
  • Pocket knife
  • Wide brimmed hat
  • Towel and Toilet paper (remove from cardboard roll to save space)
  • Waterproof matches
  • Fire starter sticks or gel packets
  • Water filter / purifier
  • Sleeping bag & mat (stuff pillow, optional)
  • Camera & film
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • Flashlight & extra batteries
  • Cellular Phone
  • Rain gear or poncho
  • Bear resistant container or a couple stuff sacks for hanging food and smelly stuff away from critters
  • Paperback? Deck of cards? Pen and Paper – optional
  • Spare glasses – Contact lens wearers
  • Sun lotion/cream
  • Small towel, toothbrush & paste, hair brush, razor, liquid camp soap ( all purpose)
  • Use waterproof bags to protect key items and clothing.