GroupTour: Leh By Air - 8th October 2023

(7 Days 6 Nights)

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  • Leh(2N)
  • Nubra(2N)
  • Pangong(1N)
  • Leh(1N)

GroupTour: Leh By Air - 8th October 2023

(6 Nights 7 Days)
  • Leh(2N)
  • Nubra(2N)
  • Pangong(1N)
  • Leh(1N)

INR 29999 INR 34999


8th October 2023 onwards: A beautiful and mesmerizing art of nature; Ladakh - A mountainous region and the coldest desert in the world has rendered a magical, unbelievable and fantastic landscape which is extremely breathtaking. It is known for extreme deserts, blue waters, freezing winds, glaciers and sand dunes. Ladakh is a region of India which is totally isolated from the modern world. The culture of Ladakh is fascinating, intoxicating and captivating, which gives us a brief idea about the people of the place, their lifestyle and their beliefs. Ladakh is a dream and a place which simply has no match.

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INR 29999 INR 34999


So, if it has to be a vacation in India thats to be lived in memories for a lifetime, it has to be LADAKH! The colorful monasteries, steep curves, snow-topped peaks, double humped camels, burning sun, freezing winds and a destination that comes straight out of the world of fantasies. Bordered on the northwest with Pakistan, north with the Chinese province of Sinkiang and east with Tibet, stands this GIANT kingdom. The photographers around the world await for the Rohtang pass to open up i

Tour Itinerary
(6 Nights 7 Days)

Day 1

Arrival at Leh Airport+Acclimitization Only

Upon arrival at Leh Airport, you shall be picked up in your exclusive vehicle and transferred to your hotel. Leh was the capital of the erstwhile kingdom of Ladakh. Ladakh is now a Union Territory of India. Set amidst the Epic Himalayas, Ladakh is a rustic and heavenly travel destination. The rugged valleys and mountains, winding roads coupled with the vibrant cultural life maintain the exuberance and charm of this region. Today is the day for acclimatization. Have sufficient rest to get adjusted to the high altitude of the Ladakh region.

Day 2

Explore Leh & Sham Valley

After breakfast, explore Leh. Leh was an important stopover on trade routes along the Indus Valley between Tibet to the east, Kashmir to the west and also between India and China for centuries. Mountains dominate the landscape around Leh as it is at an altitude of 3,500m. Today, visit Shey & Thiksey Monastery with Leh Palace & Spituk Monastery, Hall of Fame & Shanti Stupa. The Shey Monastery or Gompa, 15 kilometers to south of Leh; the ruins of this former summer palace of the kings of Ladakh is perched high up on a rocky cliff. The 12m Sakyamuni Buddha statue made of gold-plated copper by King Singge Namgyal's son Deldan Namgyal, is the largest in the area. King Deldan Namgyal constructed Shey Palace in the early 17th century AD. Leh Palace is a former royal palace overlooking the town of Leh. The palace was abandoned when Dogra forces took control of Ladakh in the mid-19th century and forced the royal family to move to Stok Palace. Spituk is yet another interesting monastery, on the hill top near Indus about 18 kms from Leh on Srinagar road. The Spituk monastery offers a commanding view of Indus. It has a totally new Gompa within the monastery as well as the old Gompa has also been restored. It is constructed in a series of tiers with courtyards and steps. Higher up in the hill is a chamber which houses the enormous statue of goddess. Its face is covered and uncovered only once in a year during the festival time. Thiksey Monastery, affiliated to Gelugpa or the Yellow Hat sect of Buddhism, is located at a distance of around 19 km from the town of Leh. The 12-storeyed monastery is built atop a hill and structured in a unique hierarchical manner, where the top of the hill has the monastery and the official residence of the chief Lama while the foot of the hill has living quarters. Hall of Fame is a museum constructed by the Indian Army in memory of the brave Indian soldiers who laid down their lives defending the motherland in the Indo-Pak wars. Later in the evening, visit the ‘Shanti Stupa’. The Shanti Stupa is a white-colored domed-shaped structure, which looks extremely beautiful during night when it is illuminated. This peace pillar was built by a Japanese Buddhist Organization to celebrate the completion of 2500 years of Buddhism and for the promotion of world peace. One can reach the top via road or by climbing 500 steps. Reaching the top via those steps (at such altitude) gives a whole new dimension for your efforts, which one would understand once they reach the summit.

Day 3

Leh to Nubra(5-6 hours)

After breakfast, proceed towards Nubra. Over the mighty Khardung-La, first up visit the Diskit Monastery. The main and unique attraction of Diskit monastery is a gigantic statue of Lord Buddha on the top of it. This famous tourist attraction is considered as one of the oldest as well as the largest Buddhist center in Ladakh. The Diskit monastery was constructed during the 14th century by Changzem Tserab Zangpo. The huge 100foot Maitreya Buddha statue inaugurated by the well-known holy priest Dalai Lama is the key attraction among a number of tourists across the globe. Travelers love to experience the magnificent view of Nubra valley from the top of the monastery where the statue is installed. Later in the evening, experience the Double Hump Bactarian Camel Safari (own cost) on the sand dunes by the breathtakingly beautiful Shyok and Nubra River. These Camels were probably abandoned here centuries ago by passing caravans and have since flourished in this terrain

Day 4

Turtuk Day trip

After breakfast, proceed towards Turtuk. On the edge of Shyok Valley lies Indiau0092s northernmost village. Turtuk is a road fairly less travelled, beyond Nubra Valley, longer perhaps, but with some of the best views ever. Indiau0092s last major settlement is dotted with Apricot Trees all over and is a treat to your eyes come these summer months.. Listen close as locals here speak an interesting Balti language that uses old Tibetan sounds no longer used in modern Tibet. With wireless and Netflix taken over the gist of our lives, Turtuk is a magical elope. No Wi-Fi, no food chains, limited electricity and a unique language. Turtuk is at the other end of a time machine travelling into a totally different age. In the evening, back to Nubra.

Day 5

Nubra to Pangong via Shyok (7-8 hours)

After breakfast, proceed towards the great Pangong Tso. Pangong Lake, situated at a height of almost 4,350m, is the world’s highest saltwater lake. Its waters, which seem to be dyed in blue, stand in stark contrast to the arid mountains surrounding it. Extending to almost 160km, one-third of the Pangong Lake lies in India and the other two-thirds in China. 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 hours 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. The beauty which awaits you there cannot be described in words. It has to be seen, felt and absorbed within you.

Day 6

Pangong to Leh(6-7 hrs)

After breakfast, drive back to Leh, but not before you visit the mesmerizing 'Hemis Monastery' passing over the third highest pass 'The Changla Pass.' Hemis Monastery is a world heritage site of India founded by first incarnation of Stagsang Raspa Nawang Gyatso in 1630AD. The Monastery was re-established in 1672AD by King Sengge Namgyal. Hemis is honored as the largest monastic institution and is the wealthiest and the hoariest ancient remark of Leh. It is located on the west banks of Indus River. Hemis is a point of attraction for the tourist not only because of its location, but for the colorful festival of monastery held in June-July. Monastery is well known for the rich collection of ancient fragments made of Gold, Silver and Copper, scared Thangkas, Murals and various artifacts

Day 7

Onward Home

Today, after a delicious breakfast, you will be transferred to ‘Leh Airport’ for your Onward Journey Home with great memories of ‘ALifetimeTrip’.



  • Accommodation at hotels/resorts/camps on double/triple Occupancy as per requirement.
  • All Applicable Taxes
  • Environment fees.
  • Inner Line Permits.


  • Any entry fees
  • Any Air/Train/ Bus Fares- Best fares, Available On Request.
  • Any expenses for optional activities like camel safari or rafting or tickets, unless quoted in Inclusions. Same can be arranged on request.
  • Insurance, camera fees, guide charges, Items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry etc
  • Any additional expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay / cancellation / roadblocks/landslides/ strike or any other natural causes out of human control or any emergency evacuation expenses.
  • Any changes in the tax structures at a later date.
  • Insurance, Items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry etc
  • Any room heater charges, if opted.
  • Any vehicle running beyond Itinerary

Extra Services

  • River Rafting (Chilling-Nimoo)
  • River Rafting (Scorpochey-Nimoo)
  • Innerline Permits+Environment Fees
  • Ladakhi Cultural Dance Show per Evening
  • Mountain Terrain Bike/ Bicycle @800 per bike+3500Rs for Support Van
  • Motorbikes available on rent at INR 1800 per bike per day(Royal Enfield 500 cc)
  • Tour Guide Charges Per Day
  • Oxygen Cylinder (On Returnable Basis)
  • Delhi Airport pickup & VOLVO Stand Drop - INDIGO (upto 3 persons)
  • Delhi Airport pickup & VOLVO Stand Drop Tempo Traveler(12 Seater)
  • Delhi Airport pickup & VOLVO Stand Drop INNOVA (4-6 persons)
  • Bhuntur Airport pick up INNOVA Drop Manali Hotel
  • Bhuntur Airport pick up Tempo Traveler Drop Manali Hotel
  • Motorbikes available on rent at INR 1500 per bike per day(Royal Enfield 350 cc)
Important Information

  • Most of the Hotels in Ladakh provide Extra Mattress/Roll out bed, as Extra Bed.
  • Non Indians are not permitted to travel from Pangong – Tsomorriri via Chushul/ Hanele.
  • If there is a child below 5 years traveling on the tour, do inform the tour planner so that a comparatively relaxed itinerary can be prepared for the group.
  • If the travel is scheduled for the month of June, you are advised to opt for a night halt at Manali before proceeding to Jispa. Leave Manali early morning by 4am to avoid the traffic jam at Rohtang.
  • Rooms shall be the base category rooms at all the hotels/ camps, unless specified.
  • The tourism infrastructure in Ladakh Region is not very developed and one should not expect or compare it with the standards of plains & other developed destinations, you may face scarcity of water and power in the region and so you may come across situation like water (hot) being supplied on time basis – morning & evening.
  • If you are not interested in Tented/Camp accommodation, do inform our tour planner to replace the same at planning stage to bricked ones.
  • Leh vehicles are not allowed to pick up & drop the guest at Srinagar Airport, leading to change of vehicle after coming out of Srinagar Airport.
  • In place of Scorpio/XYLO, Tavera shall be offered at Manali & Srinagar.
  • If you are departing from Srinagar airport, please check out from your Hotel atleast 3-Hours prior to Flight Departure, Srinagar Airport has very stringent Security Norms, unlike rest of India.
  • If you are looking for a twin bed at your accommodation, please inform the tour planner in advance before confirming the tour.
  • Any amendments in your arrival/ departure timings, after confirming the tour should be informed to the reservation desk, for smooth pickup and drop at the Airports.
  • Extension tours available from Manali, Srinagar and Delhi to cities like Jaipur, Agra, Shimla, Amritsar, Ambala, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Yousmarg and many more trek options available. 
  • Remember this is an adventure tour to Ladakh – an offbeat destination and not a leisure trip to Goa. You might not get food of your choice, most of the camps close by 10pm and you might have to begin quite early in the mornings. Your cooperation is highly solicited to make the tour memorable.
  • Smoking/ Drinking is not allowed during the travel hours of the day. It is not advisable for health reasons as well due to high altitude of the region.
  • We reserve the rights to rearrange the Itinerary to suit Hotel availability without changing the Total number of days at each destination & without compromising on any Services.
  • Nationals of China,Bangladesh , Pakistan, and Afghanistan those holding diplomatic / official passport shall arrange the inner line permits from Ministry of Home Affairs / External Affairs, New Delhi, we do not undertake any responsibility to arrange the same.
  • EXPERIENCE ADVISE: Avoid Start/End of  tour to/from Srinagar on 14,15,&16 August or a Friday.

cancellation policy


  • 25% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime prior to 30 days of Tour Start.
  • 50% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime within 30-15 days prior to Tour Start.
  • 75% Charges of lump sum amount, anytime within 15-10 days of Tour Start. 
  • 100% Retention Charges thereafter.


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