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Day :1 Arrival at Leh

Pick up from Leh Airport and Transfer to hotel.In the Evening visit Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa & Sangkar. Over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :2 Leh Sightseeing

Leh to local visit Shey, Thiksey and Hemis Monestaries. Return to Leh after enjoying your day and overnight stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :3 Leh / Nubra Valley

Leh - Nubra via En route sight seeing visit Originally named as Ldumra, meaning 'the valley of flowers' Nubra Valley is located 150 km away from Ladakh at a height of around 10,000 feet above sea level. Return to hotel in the evening after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Nubra.

Day :4 Nubra Valley / Leh

Nubra to Leh via en route sight seeing over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :5 Leh / Pangong Lake / Leh

Leh to Pangong Tso via en route sight seeing visit Pangong Tso, also known as Pangong Lake, is a salt lake situated amidst the Himalayas. The lake is located at a height of about 4,350 meters in the Leh District of Jammu and Kashmir. The lake is situated in Changthang Plateau bordering Tibet Return to hotel in the evening after enjoying your day overnight stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :6 Leh Departure

Drop at Leh Airport / Bus stand.

Day :1 Arrival at Leh

Pick up from Leh Airport and Transfer to hotel in Leh After noon In the Evening Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa & Sangkar. Over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :2 Leh Sightseen

Leh to local visit Shey, Thiksey and Hemis Monestaries. Return to Leh after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :3 Leh / Nubra Valley

Leh - Nubra via En route sight seeing visit Originally named as Ldumra, meaning ‘the valley of flowers’, Nubra Valley is located 150 km away from Ladakh at a height of around 10,000 feet above sea level. Return to hotel in the evening after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Nubra.

Day :4 Nubra Valley / Leh

Nubra to Leh via en route sight seeing over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :5 Leh / Pangong Lake / Leh

Leh to Pangong Tso via en route sight seeing visit Pangong Tso, also known as Pangong Lake, is a salt lake situated amidst the Himalayas. The lake is located at a height of about 4,350 metres in the Leh District of Jammu and Kashmir. The lake is situated in Changthang Plateau bordering Tibet Return to hotel in the evening after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :6 Leh Departure

Drop at Leh Airport / Bus stand.

Day :1 Arrival at Leh

Pick up from Leh Airport and Transfer to hotel in Leh After noon In the Evening Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa & Sangkar. Over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :2 Leh Sightseen

Leh to local visit Shey, Thiksey and Hemis Monestaries. Return to Leh after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :3 Leh / Nubra Valley

Leh - Nubra via En route sight seeing visit Originally named as Ldumra, meaning ‘the valley of flowers’, Nubra Valley is located 150 km away from Ladakh at a height of around 10,000 feet above sea level. Return to hotel in the evening after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Nubra.

Day :4 Nubra Valley / Leh

Nubra to Leh via en route sight seeing over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :5 Leh / Pangong Lake / Leh

Leh to Pangong Tso via en route sight seeing visit Pangong Tso, also known as Pangong Lake, is a salt lake situated amidst the Himalayas. The lake is located at a height of about 4,350 metres in the Leh District of Jammu and Kashmir. The lake is situated in Changthang Plateau bordering Tibet Return to hotel in the evening after enjoying your day over night stay in hotel at Leh.

Day :6 Leh Departure

Drop at Leh Airport / Bus stand.

  • Airport Pick up and Drop Facilities
  • Daily breakfast
  • Sightseeing & City tour
  • All applicable hotel/transport taxes
  • Mentioned Hotel or similar
      Hotel Holiday Ladakh

      Hotel Holiday Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

      (or similar hotel)

      Fort Rd, Lower Tukcha Rd, Leh Ho, LEH Ladakh - 194101

      Duration

      4 Nights

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast

      Olthang Guest House

      Olthang Guest House, Jammu and Kashmir

      (or similar hotel)

      Near Kharyok below Diskit monastery, Diskit, Nubra Valley

      Duration

      1 Night

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast

      Nubra Valley

      Nubra Valley

      Located 10,000 feet above the sea level, Nubra Valley was initially called as the ‘Ldumbra Valley’. The history of this valley dates back to 7th century A.D. during the invasion of Arabs, Chinese and Mughals. Known as the orchard of Ladakh, Nubra Valley is the largest farm land of the region. The best time to visit Nubra Valley is from July to September considering that there is no snow fall. Nubra Valley is almost 150 kms from Ladakh and tourist can reach Nubra Valley from Leh through the Khadung La Pass. Most of the villages around this valley are at walking distance from each other and thus Nubra Valley is also referred to as ‘The Walking Country’.

      ....Read more

      Ladakh

      Ladakh

      Serene blue lakes, chilly winds, barren landscapes and immense snow is what defines Ladakh. Ladakh is the highest cold desert in India, situated at the height of 3500 meter above sea level. Geological studies claim that Ladakh was a submerged portion of a very large lake, and with high tectonic movements, it rose to become the land it is now. Ladakh stands different from other stated in India, till about 10th century Ladakh was ruled by dynasties of the descendents of king of old Tibet. It was constantly invaded by neighbouring Muslim states which led to partial conversion of the inhabitants into ‘Noorbakshi Islam’. Only in 17th century under the Namgyal Dynasty did Ladakh reach a stable position. Ladakh is famous for its Buddhist heritage and is called ‘Little Tibet’. The best time to visit Ladakh is during the season of summer in the months of June to September. However, tourists should carry enough warm wears as Ladakh tends to get chilly in summers too.

      ....Read more

      Nubra Valley

      Nubra Valley

      Located 10,000 feet above the sea level, Nubra Valley was initially called as the ‘Ldumbra Valley’. The history of this valley dates back to 7th century A.D. during the invasion of Arabs, Chinese and Mughals. Known as the orchard of Ladakh, Nubra Valley is the largest farm land of the region. The best time to visit Nubra Valley is from July to September considering that there is no snow fall. Nubra Valley is almost 150 kms from Ladakh and tourist can reach Nubra Valley from Leh through the Khadung La Pass. Most of the villages around this valley are at walking distance from each other and thus Nubra Valley is also referred to as ‘The Walking Country’.

      ....Read more

      Ladakh

      Ladakh

      Serene blue lakes, chilly winds, barren landscapes and immense snow is what defines Ladakh. Ladakh is the highest cold desert in India, situated at the height of 3500 meter above sea level. Geological studies claim that Ladakh was a submerged portion of a very large lake, and with high tectonic movements, it rose to become the land it is now. Ladakh stands different from other stated in India, till about 10th century Ladakh was ruled by dynasties of the descendents of king of old Tibet. It was constantly invaded by neighbouring Muslim states which led to partial conversion of the inhabitants into ‘Noorbakshi Islam’. Only in 17th century under the Namgyal Dynasty did Ladakh reach a stable position. Ladakh is famous for its Buddhist heritage and is called ‘Little Tibet’. The best time to visit Ladakh is during the season of summer in the months of June to September. However, tourists should carry enough warm wears as Ladakh tends to get chilly in summers too.

      ....Read more

      Nubra Valley

      Nubra Valley

      Located 10,000 feet above the sea level, Nubra Valley was initially called as the ‘Ldumbra Valley’. The history of this valley dates back to 7th century A.D. during the invasion of Arabs, Chinese and Mughals. Known as the orchard of Ladakh, Nubra Valley is the largest farm land of the region. The best time to visit Nubra Valley is from July to September considering that there is no snow fall. Nubra Valley is almost 150 kms from Ladakh and tourist can reach Nubra Valley from Leh through the Khadung La Pass. Most of the villages around this valley are at walking distance from each other and thus Nubra Valley is also referred to as ‘The Walking Country’.

      ....Read more

      Ladakh

      Ladakh

      Serene blue lakes, chilly winds, barren landscapes and immense snow is what defines Ladakh. Ladakh is the highest cold desert in India, situated at the height of 3500 meter above sea level. Geological studies claim that Ladakh was a submerged portion of a very large lake, and with high tectonic movements, it rose to become the land it is now. Ladakh stands different from other stated in India, till about 10th century Ladakh was ruled by dynasties of the descendents of king of old Tibet. It was constantly invaded by neighbouring Muslim states which led to partial conversion of the inhabitants into ‘Noorbakshi Islam’. Only in 17th century under the Namgyal Dynasty did Ladakh reach a stable position. Ladakh is famous for its Buddhist heritage and is called ‘Little Tibet’. The best time to visit Ladakh is during the season of summer in the months of June to September. However, tourists should carry enough warm wears as Ladakh tends to get chilly in summers too.

      ....Read more


      For travel between 2015-04-01 to 2015-10-31
      Single Occupancy : Rs. 38000
      Twin Sharing : Rs. 20000
      Extra Adult : Rs. 9000
      Extra Child : Rs. 7500
      • Price mentioned is per person basis.
      • Bookings are subject to availability with the hotel.
      • Bookings are applicable on twin-sharing basis.
      • Cost does not include any other thing not specified in inclusions.
      • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, snowfalls, road blocks etc. 
      • All cancellations & amendments will be done as per hotel policy.
      • The guest must carry photo identification like Passport/Driving License/Voter ID Card at the point of check in at the hotel.
      • Any increase in taxes or fuel, leading to increase in suface transportation & Land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
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