Well, Ladakh is a no-nonsense destination and we all know that. Curving through high passes lies Ladakh’s most beautiful valleys, which makes for mind blowing views. Watch the blue hues of Pangong, visit the high pass Khardung-La, visit the ancient monasteries resting on solitary hills and experience the sand dunes of Hunder and more. All this in just seven days, and you cover great many distances all the while consumed within the sweeping valleys.
- NH-1D Tour
- Hanley and Chusul
- Tso Moriri
- Korzok Village
After landing at Leh, you will be greeted by our representatives. You will proceed to your accommodation to rest and acclimatize. In the evening, you will visit the nearby attractions including Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace and Tsemo Palace.
On this day, you will take the NH-1D tour. You will visit Sangam – the confluence of Indus & Zanskar rivers, Magnetic Hill, Spituk Monastery, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, and Hall of Fame museum
You will proceed for Pangong Lake. Located at 14,270 ft above sea level via ChangLa pass, your journey to Pangong is serene and breathtaking. Experience swiss tent camping at Pangong.
You will take the beautiful Chusul* route to Hanley**. You will arrival by lunch and then visit the monastery and observatory.
**Hanley is a beautiful village in the Changthang region of Ladakh. It is home to the oldest monastery in the region and also country’s highest space observatory is situated here. The stay experience in the homestay gives guests an enriching experience. We are extensively promoting Hanley along with the Changthang area as it had the raw beauty synonymous with Ladakh.
*The Chusul route is accessible for Indian nationals only. This means Hanley can be visited by Indian passport holders only.
You will be driven to Tso Moriri lake. After taking a walk around the lake, you will retire for the day.
Post breakfast, you will proceed to visit the nearby hill for a breathtaking panoramic view of the Korzok village. You will arrive at your accommodation in Leh by evening.
Check out and you will be transferred to the airport and bid adieu to Ladakh