Tour Highlights

Manali: Hadimba Temple -Tibetan Monastery-Vashisht Hot Spring-Mall Road

Jispa: Monastery & Jispa Village

Leh & Shey: Shey Palace - Thiksey & Hemis Monastery - Leh Market

Khardungla Pass: Highest motorable road in the world at the height of 5602mtrs / 18,390 ft.

Nubra Valley: Sand Dunes-Double Hump Camel.

Pangong: Pangong Lake

 

Day 01: Delhi– Manali by Overnight Volvo Bus (570Km / Approx 14 Hrs)

Meet Delhi ISBT and board your bus to Manali. Enjoy your overnight travel by a/c Sami sleeper Volvo Bus.


Day 02: In Manali Sightseeing Visiting Hadimba Devi Temple – Tibetan Monastery – Vashishth Hot Spring

In the Morning, you will reach Manali & transfer to hotel.
Afternoon Manali sightseeing visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Club House, Tibetan Monastery and Vashisht Village, Van Vihar. In evening free to stroll on Mall Road. Overnight stay at hotel in Manali.


Day 03: Manali – Jispa (100 Km / Approx 03 Hrs)

After Morning breakfast drive from Manali to Jispa, a beautiful little town in the Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh perched on the banks of river Bhaga, Jispa lies 3 hours from Manali and provides the most stunning views of surrounding mountains. While it is often regarded as a pit stop en route Leh on the Manali-Leh Highway. This place is truly worthy of its own individually at a stunning height of 10,500 ft.On arrival check into the hotel. Overnight stay at hotel in Jispa.


Day 04: Jispa – Leh (330 Km / Approx 11 Hrs) Over Baralacha Pass,5030 m (16,500 ft) & Tanglang La Pass,5328 m (17,500 ft)

Early morning after breakfast drive from Jispa to Leh. Upon arrival at Leh transfer to hotel, till evening for acclimatize due to high altitude. Evening visit local market of Leh Ladakh set amidst the epic Himalayas; Ladakh is a rustic and heavenly beautiful travel destination. The rugged valleys and mountains, winding roads coupled with the vibrant cultural life maintain the exuberance and charm of this region. The iconic Magnetic Hill, the turquoise coloured Pangong Lake, the confluence of two mystical rivers, ancient and awe inspiring monasteries and the highest passes are a few of the marvelous attractions of Leh and Ladakh in general. The wide array of trekking routes will satiate your soul and enrich the senses. The moons like desert mountains continue to be an exceptional destination for adventure seekers and admirers of Buddhism and phenomenal mountain vistas. Overnight stay at hotel in Leh.


Day 05: Leh Palace – Magnetic Hill - Confluence of Indus and Zanskar Rivers - Gurdwara Pathar Sahib - Stanti Stupa:

Leh Palace: Start exploring Leh with the visit of the Leh palace. The king of Ladakh built this nine-storey edifice rising above the old town during the first half of the 17th century. Inside, a museum exhibits a collection of jewellery and ornaments belonging to the royal family. From the palace, a winding path leads to Namgyal Tsemo gompa. This Buddhist mud-brick monastery dominating the city of Leh was founded in 1430 and it houses a three-storey-high statue of the Future Buddha. Thousands of fluttering prayer flags connect to the nearby Victory Peak

Magnetic Hill: A half-an-hour drive from Leh brings you to the strange Magnetic Hill where you can see the car with engine turned off and in neutral starting moving uphill against gravity, To understand what’s really going on, don’t forget to bring a spirit level. A few kilometres further on the Leh-Srinagar highway, you arrive at the famous photo spot of Sangam, the confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers. Then visit Gurdwara Pathar Sahib, a small shrine devoted to Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the founder of Sikhism

Shanti Stupa:The next destination is the white-domed chorten known as Shanti Stupa Japanese monks at the summit of a rocky peak constructed the monument and it is the best place in Leh for sunset. From here, you can contemplate magnificent views of the whole of city and the surrounding villages. After sunset, go back down to the city centre and spend some time in the Main Bazar, a bustling market where women in traditional Ladakhi dress sell fruits and vegetable Overnight stay at Leh.


Day 06: Leh – Khardung La (5602Mtrs) Nubra Valley (150 Km / Approx 06 Hrs)

Today we proceed to Nubra valley is a part of the old Silk Road to Central Asia. On the way , you will cross Khardung La , the highest motorable road in the world at the height of 5602mtrs / 18,390 ft. then drive to Nubra valley connected eastern Tibet with Turkistan through the Karakoram Pass. Nubra valley is known for its centuries-old gompas, hot sulphur springs, high-altitude sand dunes, double-humped Bactrian camels and a unique amalgamation of mountains, rivers and deserts. The Karakoram mountain range and the valley combine to create a fantastic desert landscape and fertile fields. Nubra is known as Ldumra, meaning “valley of flowers” in Ladakhi language. Nubra is also the gateway to Siachen glacier, the highest and coldest battlefield in the world at an altitude of almost 6,000 metres where the temperature falls below minus 60 degrees in the winter. Tourists need an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to enter Nubra valley. Overnight stay at Camp in Nubra Valley.


Day 07: Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake (150 kms / Approx 6 hrs)

Morning after early breakfast drive from Nubra Valley to Pangong via Shayok. Pangong Lake, one of the most famous lakes in Leh Ladakh, derives its name from the Tibetan word, “Pangong Tso”, which means “high grassland lake”. You could spend some time here in contemplation here, and still not have enough of its beauty. Pangong Lake is also known to change colors, appearing blue, green and red at different times. Overnight stay at Pangong.


Day 08:Pangong Lake – Shey Palace - Thiksey Moneastry - Leh ( 220 kms / Approx 6-7 hrs)

Morning after early breakfast drive from Pangong Lake to Leh. On the way visit:

Shey Palace: Was built by Deldan Namgyal in the beginning of 17th century AD. The main image inn the monastery is three story statue of Buddha Shakamuni, made of copper gilt which was made by Deldan Namgyal in the memory of his father Singay Namgyal. The statue is the only of its kind in the region.
Thiksey Monastery: The most beautifully in all the monasteries in Ladakh, belongs to the Gelukspa order.

Upon arrival at Leh check in hotel. Evening free for your own to explore local market. Overnight stay at Leh.


Day 09: Leh – Sarchu - Jispa (330 Km / Approx 11 Hrs)

Early moring breakfast & drive to Jispa . It is long drive from Leh to Jispa way back . Overnight stay at Jispa.


Day 10: Jispa - Manali - Delhi

Morning after breakfast drive from Jispa to Manali and drop in the VOLVO Bus Stand Manali to board the AC sami sleeper Volvo Bus for Delhi.


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  • Welcome drink on arrival.
  • 08 Nights accommodation in Hotels / Homestays / Camps.
  • 08 Breakfasts and 08 Dinners.
  • Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary. (Xylo/Innova car)
  • Driver allowance, Toll, Parking, Road Tax, Fuel charge, Night Halt.

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  • Any meal, which is not mentioned above.
  • Guest has to bear Double Hump Camel charges separately.
  • Any guide charges.
  • Any air / Train Fare. / Train Tickets / Flight Tickets
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