Ladakh means “land of high altitude passes, is union territory with altitude in range of 2800 meters to 4500 meters. Ladakh evokes a picture of a lunar landscape dotted with Monasteries, Snowclad Himalayas, winding rivers, all vistas worth for an adventurous and peace seeker traveller. It features unique travel and adventure experiences which ranges from Snow Trekking(famous chadar trek), Mountain Trekking, Snow Leopard Safari, Camping in cold Dessert, River Rafting, A ride through high altitude passes.
Post breakfast board your vehicle and start your day excursion with a drive along the bank of Indus River. At Sangam witness the confluence of the Zanskar River and Indus River in back drop of spectacular view of mountains.
Visit the Hall of Fame (which has a museum of the Kargil War memorabilia), Magnetic Hill where illusion of cars defying gravity amazes tourists and Gurdwara Pathar Sahib which has great history of Guru Nanak Jee visiting ladakh and meditating in these lofty mountains.
Post lunch visit Shanti Stupa, a Buddhist white-domed Stupa on a hilltop in Changspa, this was built in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu. By early evening return to your hotel. Dinner and Overnight stay at your hotel.
After early morning breakfast start our journey to Nubra Valley via Khardungla, which is the World’s second highest motor able road at 18,832 feet above sea level. On the way to Khardungla enjoy view of lofty snow clad mountains.Arrive Nubra where there is option for an adventurous ATV ride (to be on a direct payment basis). Later reach your camp. Relax for some time.
Evening visit the Hunder sand dunes and get the sight of the Double Hump Bactrian camels (camel ride to be on direct payment basis). Dinner and Overnight stay in Nubra valley.
This tour starts from leh Airport (Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport ) and ends at Leh Airport( Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport) . For customization please contact us.
Between 15th April to 15th September is good time to visit ladakh although July and August is best time to visit Ladakh