“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do”
– Mark Twain
Tour starting at 15,999 INR per person for 6 pax
(Note: The above rates are subject to availability at the time of booking)
- Two Famous Passes – Chang La (17,688 ft), and the mighty Khardung La (18,380 ft)
- Leh – Srinagar Highway up till Sangam
- Leh (4N)
- Nubra Valley (1N)
- Tso Pangong (1N)
- Famous Palaces & Monasteries
Short Itinerary 6 Nights | 7 Days
- All accommodation on twin/triple sharing basis
- All transportation by 01 non a/c car as per itinerary (Innova or similar)
- Meals on MAP basis (Dinner & Breakfast included)
- 04 Nights stay in Leh, 01 Night stay in Nubra Valley & 01 Night stay at Tso Pangong
- All Entrance fees and permits as per itinerary
- Leh Airport pick-up & drop
- Fuel, driver allowances
(Note: MAP – Dinner & Breakfast included)
- Service tax / GST as applicable
- Expenses of personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, room service, alcoholic beverages, mini bar charges, tips, portage, camera fees etc.
- Any meals and services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions
- Any unforeseen expenses beyond our control
- Medical insurance/medical costs/oxygen cylinder
- Wildlife/Environmental/Village Entry Fee
Detailed Itinerary for Impeccable Ladakh | 6 Nights/7 Days
Leh (11,500 ft) – Nubra Valley (10,000 ft) – Tso Pangong (14, 270 ft) – Leh
Day 01: Arrive in Leh
Upon arrival at Leh Airport, you will be welcomed by Unplugged Life’s representative and transferred to your guesthouse, rest of the evening at leisure to acclimatize. Overnight stay at Leh City: The capital of Ladakh, at one time was a major stop on the Asian “Silk Route”.
Day 02: Leh Sightseeing
Fall in for a jaunt of exploration with beautiful stopovers like; Leh Palace – Shanti Stupa – Hall of Fame – Gurudwara Sri Pathar Sahib – Sangam
Day 03: Leh – Khardung La (18,380 ft) – Nubra Valley (Diskit – Hunder)
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley, the road to the Nubra Valley goes through the highest motorable pass in the world, Khardung La Pass (18,380 ft). The Pass is almost permanently covered in fog and snow. On arrival, we first visit Esna monastery in Diskit that is over 250 years old. This is the oldest monastery in Nubra Valley. Later visit the sand dunes at Hunder, you can also enjoy a camel ride here (the camel ride is on direct payment basis). Later drive down to Hunder for an overnight stay at camp/guest house.
Day 04: Nubra Valley (Hunder – Sumur) – Khardung La – Leh
After breakfast, check-out and visit Sumur, a picturesque village around 42 km’s from Hunder on the other side of the valley. The village of Sumur is famous and also an important stop since the holy monastery, Samstem Ling Gompa is located close to the village. The Samstem Ling Gompa other than its spiritual importance is also known for its frescos and gorgeous silk Thankas. From Sumur it’s a 110 km drive to Leh. Upon arrival, you’ll check-in at the guest house and will have the rest of evening to yourself.
Day 05: Leh – Shey Palace – Thiksey Monastery – Chang La (17,590ft) – Tso Pangong
After an early breakfast, leave for Pangong Lake via the Chang-la pass, 3 rd highest motorable pass in the world (17,370 ft). On the way, we first stop at Shey Palace. The palace, mostly in ruins now, was built first in 1655. Later we visit Thiksey Monastery and continue our journey to Tso Pangong. Thiksey monastery is located at an altitude of 11,800 ft in the Indus Valley. Spend rest of the evening sightseeing around the lake. Later check into our resort/guest house.
Day 06: Tso Pangong – Chang La – Rancho School – Leh
Post breakfast visit the lake and after spending some time we drive back to Leh. On our way back we visit Rancho School (The school in the movie 3 Idiots). Upon arrival at Leh, check-in at our guest house, remaining of the evening at leisure.
Day 07: Depart Leh: Transfer to Airport
In the morning, transfer to the airport to board the flight to your onward destination.
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