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Day :1 Arrive at Leh - Local Sightseeing

Pick up from airport transfer to Hotel Lasermo.Rest till lunch after lunch half day sightseeing to Shanti Stupa,Hall of Fame,Leh Palace and Market.Overnight in Hotel.

Day :2 Leh - Monastries

After breakfast drive to Sindu Ghat, Shey Palace, Thiksay Monastry, Hemis and Stok Palace with packed lunch overnight in Hotel.

Day :3 Leh - Khardong-la-Leh

After breakfast drive to World’Highest Motorable Road Khardong-la (18,380 feet) from sea level overnight in Hotel.

Day :4 Leh - Departure

After breakfast transfer to airport for departure with sweet memories of Ladakh.

Day :1 Arrive at Leh - Local Sightseeing

Pick up from airport transfer to Hotel Lasermo.Rest till lunch after lunch half day sightseeing to Shanti Stupa,Hall of Fame,Leh Palace and Market.Overnight in Hotel.

Day :2 Leh - Monastries

After breakfast drive to Sindu Ghat, Shey Palace, Thiksay Monastry, Hemis and Stok Palace with packed lunch overnight in Hotel.

Day :3 Leh - Khardong-la-Leh

After breakfast drive to World’Highest Motorable Road Khardong-la (18,380 feet) from sea level overnight in Hotel.

Day :4 Leh - Departure

After breakfast transfer to airport for departure with sweet memories of Ladakh.

Day :1 Arrive at Leh - Local Sightseeing

Pick up from airport transfer to Hotel Lasermo.Rest till lunch after lunch half day sightseeing to Shanti Stupa,Hall of Fame,Leh Palace and Market.Overnight in Hotel.

Day :2 Leh - Monastries

After breakfast drive to Sindu Ghat, Shey Palace, Thiksay Monastry, Hemis and Stok Palace with packed lunch overnight in Hotel.

Day :3 Leh - Khardong-la-Leh

After breakfast drive to World’Highest Motorable Road Khardong-la (18,380 feet) from sea level overnight in Hotel.

Day :4 Leh - Departure

After breakfast transfer to airport for departure with sweet memories of Ladakh.

  • 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

      3 Nights

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast and Dinner

      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.

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      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

      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

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