|Group size:||2-12 people||Max-Altitude:||5,578 m/18,380ft|
|Arrival on:||Delhi, India||Departure from:||Delhi, India|
|Meals:||All meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner) through out the entire ladakh tour|
|Accomodation:||Best available resorts & hotels|
Ladakh Tour takes you to Leh as well as Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake. Ladakh region is the highest Indian plateau and also one of the least explored Himalaya regions. Because of its proximity with Tibet, Ladakh looks more like Tibet than India which is why the region is also called 'Little Tibet'. Ladakh also has a historical importance in the region - it has been a part of the famous ancient Silk Road, serving as an important strategic point in the Himalayas since ancient times. Buddhism is believed to have penetrated to Tibet from India via Ladakh Himalayas. Similarly, Nubra valley has served as an important transit point for caravans travelling to Central Asia, China and Tibet.
The Ladakh Tour with Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake starts with your arrival in Delhi, the capital city of India. From Delhi, we fly to Leh, the capital of Ladakh. From Leh, we make a detour to Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake. The tour ends with another flight from Leh to Delhi again, from where you will travel to your onward destination.Other similar Ladakh Tours include: Impressions of Ladakh Tour - 5 Days, and Ladakh Extended Tour - 14 Days.
After breakfast, we drive to Lamayuru and en route visit Liker Monastery and Gurudwara Pathar Sahib. Check in camp at Uletekpo and enjoy our hot lunch. After lunch, we drive to visit the mesmerizing Moon landscapes and the Lamayuru monastery (oldest monastery in Ladakh). Overnight Camp at Uleetokpo.
After breakfast, we leave for Leh and en route visit Alchi, Likir Monastery, and Magnetic Hill. Upon arrival in Leh, visit Leh Palace and then transfer to our hotel in the evening. Overnight in Leh.
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