INR 18000.00


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From INR 18000.00per person

(Inclusive of Food,Stay,Inner Line Permit,Oxygen Cylinder, All Sight Seeing.Entry Tickets)

Contact Person/ Programme Coordinator

Name- Tanmoy

Mobile- 9830589025, 8082970553

RT -PCR  Negative Report is Mandatory

Plate,TeaCup,LunchBox,Water bottle,Personal Belongings.

Due to Covid-19 Restrictions -Some Local Tourist Spot closed 

Day wise Schedule:

Day 1    Reporting  (12.00 PM), Acclimatization, and orientation Walk.  
Day 2    Leh Local Srinagar Route 
Day 3    Leh to Lamayuru back to Leh
Day 4    Leh to Nubra
Day 5    Nubra to Turtuk back to Nubra Stay at Nubra
Day 6    Turtuk to Pangong (Stay at Drubuk or Shayok)
Day 7    Pangong to Leh
Day 8    Leh to Tso moriri
Day 9    Tso moriri to Leh
Day 10    Leh Local
Day 11   Recreation Activities & Checkout after breakfast (09.00 AM)


    Tent, Homestay & Guest House
    Stay will be Leh, Drubuk or Shayok, Nubra, Tsomriri
    Food All Meals-BF, Lunch, Dinner, Tea Snacks,
    All Inner line permits
    Tempo Traveler
    Group Leader
    Oxygen Cylinder
    Medical Kit
    Not mentioned or Listed In The Inclusions
Places will cover in Leh Ladakh

    Leh Palace
    Sangam (Zanskar & Indus River)
    Magnetic Hill 
    Spituk Monastery 
    Leh Local Market
    Hall of Fame
    Shanti Stupa
    Pangong Tso
    Khardung La Pass
    Nubra Valley
    Diskit Monastery
    Hunder Sand Dunes
    Shayok River
    3 Idiots School
    Lamayuru(MoonLand) & Monastery
    Sokar Lake
    Tanglang La Pass
    Tsomoriri Lake



Reporting (12.00 PM), Acclimatization, and orientation Walk.

Participants have to report at base camp in Leh by 12 pm. Rest post lunch in the afternoon. Evening will be dedicated for an acclimatization walk. Dinner & stay at Leh


Leh Local Srinagar Route

Participants will head out to explore some of the most sought after places around leh. Attractions such as Magnetic Hill, Meeting point of Indus and Zanskar river known as Sangam, Spiritual places such as Spituk monastery, Shanti Stupa and Patthar Sahib Gurudwara shall leave you seeking for more. One of the highlights of today is visiting the historic Leh palace as you get fascinating panoramic views of the Magnificent leh and its surrounding areas.


Leh to Lamayuru back to Leh

Lamayuru is famously known as ‘Moonland’ due its Moon-like craters and Lunar landscape. Lamayuru monastery is the main attraction here, it is one of the most intriguing places to visit here for sure; being one of the oldest and largest monasteries in ladakh ,it definitely has a lot of stories and legend associated to it. On our way back we visit Fotu la pass one of the two high mountain passes between Leh and Kargil. It is also the highest point on the Srinagar-Leh highway in the Zanskar range, this picturesque mountain pass standing at 4108 metres in Ladakh is a true marvel


Leh to Nubra

On our way to Nubra valley also known as the ‘Orchard of Ladakh’ we cross the mighty Khardung la pass, one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Click as many pictures as you want at the mighty khardung la as long as you can bare the cold. Nubra valley is famous for its orchards, scenic vistas, bactrain camels and monastery. Bactrain camel ride is an experience one should indulge in. Diskit monastery has an impressive 108 foot long Buddha statue facing down the Shyok river. Night time in Nubra valley is even more magical as the starry sky urges you to gaze at it for long durations.


Nubra to Turtuk

Turtuk is a village on the India-Pakistan border , it is the last outpost of Indian controlled Ladakh and also one of the gateways to Siachen glacier.The route from Nubra to Turtuk gives you a feel of an Alien landscape as it is simply out of this world. Turuk is known for its variety of fruits especially apricots which you can gorge on.The habitat of Turtuk are the balti people who are more than willing to let you know about their culture and history.


Turtuk to Pangong (Stay at Drubuk or Shyok)

The route from Turtuk to Pangong Tso is through barren desert land with distant snow capped peaks and river Shyok flowing parallel all the way. Pangong lake is the most sought after destination in ladakh mainly because of its scenic vistas, geographical significance and “3 Idiots”. The serene lake also offers a good sighting of migratory birds. You will be mesmerized with this majestic lake as it is a natural wonder like no other.


Pangong to Leh

Pangong Lake to Leh via Changlapass


Leh to Tso moriri

Tso moriri lake is the highest altitude lake in the Indian territory making it equally pristine, scenic and calm.This lake is undoubdtedly less visited than Pangong but those who visit are in such awe that they believe it to be more tantalizing than Pangong lake. It is so captivating that it makes you want to extend your stay here just due to its sheer beauty.


Tso moriri to Leh

On our way back to Leh we visit the fluctuating Tso kar lake which is nestled amidst the mountains and has a rich flora and fauna. Tanglang la pass at an elevation of 5328 metres will be crossed by us as we reach hustling bustling Leh. The town of Leh will great us with honking of cars and populated streets something which we did not witness in the past few days.



Today we see the best of Leh as we visit Thiksey, Hemis and shey monastery. Thiksey monastery is an architectural wonder as it is 12 story complex on a mountain top. The monastery houses plenty of Buddhist literature, artifacts and statues. We also visit the iconic 3 idiots school which was notably featured in the movie 3 idiots. Visiting these historic monasteries is of utmost significance as these are some of the oldest and prestigious structures in Leh.


Recreation Activities & Checkout after breakfast (09.00 AM)

After having spent several days covering the ladakh region and collecting countless lifelong memories on the way, we bid adieu post break breakfast.


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Cancellation Policy: 

1) In case you are unable to join the programme due to any reason, you will get a 100% Credit Shell of the participation fees which will be valid till December 2023. No refund will be applicable for any cancellation of seat.

2) If the next programme opted by you is cheaper, you may use the balance amount in any of the Trek till Dec 2023.

3) If the next opted programme is costlier, the trekker has to pay the differential amount.

4) If the trekker opts for the same programme that was cancelled, he/she will not be charged extra even if the price goes up next year.

5) You may transfer your seat to your family members and friends also.