Road transport from Delhi - All transfer and sightseeing by 01 Non A/C Qualis/Tavera.
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All transfer and sightseeing by 01 Non A/C Qualis/Tavera.
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Day Wise Itinerary
Welcome to a mesmerizing trip across the beautiful and flamboyant North region, where you will be part of an opulent panorama that acquaints you with cultural, historical and architectural hereditary magnificence.This country assembles many paradoxes as can be seen through its heritage and cultural metaphors.The pleasant and salubrious climate of the state only adds to its attraction.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01: Arrive Delhi
Arrive in Delhi. From the airport a short car ride brings you to the hotel, where we check in, rest for a while and later begin with a small sightseeing around Delhi. We drive past the Presidential Palace and The India Gate – a 42 m high arch erected in memory of fallen Indian soldiers in the world wars. We also explore the Laxminarayan temple – dedicated to Goddess Laxmi. Evening at leisure.Overnight in hotel.
Day 02: Delhi To Manali (580 Km’s / 11-12 Hrs)
A long day ahead, we begin early and drive across the Kangra valley towards Manali. We get a fine glimpse of the Dhauladhar range as we traverse to the Himalayan town. Lunch will be served en-route. After photo clicking and leisure riding we will arrive in Manali and check in at the hotel. Rest of the evening at leisure Overnight stay at hotel stay in hotel.
Travel from Delhi to Manali
Fly to Kulu, taxi
Day 03: In Manali (Local Sightseeing)
Situated at an altitude of (1950 m), on the sidelines of the Beas River valley, Manali has great significence in Hindu culture as the Seven Sages of a Hindu legend are said to have made this town their abode. Often refered as the valley of Gods because of of its close proximity with Hinduism, Manali is also known as the gateway to the great Tibetan plateau. We will explore this quintessential town and visit some of its architectural monuments. Our first and foremost visit will be to the Hadimba Temple: Built in 1533 A.D. with a superbly crafted four tiered pagoda roof, it is famous for its exquisitely carved doorway. We next visit the Manu Temple: This is dedicated to the sage Manu situated at old Manali.Our last visit will be to the hot springs at Vashisth. In Vashisth there are also old temples dedicated to the sage Vashisth and to Lord Rama. From here on we will visit the Mall for its mountain markets. Overnight stay in hotel.
Day 04: Manali To Keylong (115 Km’s / 5-6 Hrs Ride)
We start on our first day of hard riding in the Himalayas and do some roller coaster rides over the Rohtang-La pass. Rohtang La pass stand at an altitude of 3978m on the eastern PirPanjl range of the Himlayas. The pass connects the Kullu valley with the Spiti valley. After we cross the Rohtangla we continue riding after a brief stop at the pass and cross several villages along the Lahaul valley including, Khoksar, Sissu, Gondla and Tandi as well as the Chandra and Bhaga rivers. We arrive and check in at the hotel in Keylong. Overnight stay in camps.
Day 05: Keylong To Sarchu (107 Km’s / 5-6 Hrs Ride)
We begin our drive towards another pass today. The Pass known as Baralachala pass is situated at a height of 4890m on the sidelines of the Zanskar range. We descend down and continue towards Sarchusitauted on the state border of Himachal and Ladakh. In Sarchu we will check in at a tented camp and spend the rest of the day in exploring the plateau. Overnight stay in Camps.
Travel from Keylong to Sarchu
Day 06: Sarchu To Leh (255 Km’s / 7-8 Hrs Ride)
Our last leg of journey of stage 01 on the National highway from Manali to Leh will start right after an early breakfast. We leave Sarchu and soonafter begin to ascend the Gatta loops. The twenty one loops gradually take you to an altitude of 4000 meters above sea level. From the top of the Gatta loops we will ride to the base of Naki La pass (15547 ft) and onwards to the second pass known as Lachlung-La (16620 ft) above sea level. As we descend and ride to the Morey plains we crossover a small settlement of tents at Pang where a routine tea stop will enhance our spirits before conquering the mighty Tanglang-La. Afterwards we will drive across a vast table-land known as Morey plains which stretch for around 40 kilometers and are at an average elevation of 4000 meters. We soon hit the base of Tanglang la and begin our ascent on to the seocnd highest motorable pass in the world. The Tanglangla pass is at a height of 5359 m above sea level. From Tanglangla we descend down into Ladakh and cross the check post at Upshi. An hours drive from here and we finally reach Leh and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay in hotel.
Travel from Sarchu to Leh
Day 07: In Leh (Exploring The Buddhist Kingdom)
After breakfast full day sightseeing to the massive Tibetan Buddhist Gompas of Shey, Thiksey and Hemis. A few kilometers up the Indus is Shey, the ancient capital, with its palaces, temples, and vibrantly colored murals, cleaned and restored in the mid 1980’s. Later we drive to visit the fortress styled monastery of Thikse. Afterwards, we drive to visit the Hemis monastery. This monastery is known to be the most famous and rich Buddhist temple in the entire region. The Murals and frescoes here date back to 17th century. After we explore the sacred monastery, we drive back to our hotel in Leh. In the evening, we will spend some time roaming around the markets. Overnight at your hotel.
Hemis Monastery is the biggest and the most important monastery in Ladakh. Hemis is located 49 km south from the town of Leh, a little off the Indus river road. Hemis Gompa ...
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Day 08: Leh To Nubra (130 Km / 4-5hrs Drive)
We will drive to Nubra valley in the morning, driving over the highest motored pass in the world. The exciting journey through serpentine roads leads us to the Khardungla Pass at an awesome height of 5550 meters. We stop at the pass to admire and click some photographs of the fantastic view, before driving down into the Nubra valley. The valley is situated on an old caravan route at the confluence of the Shyok and the Nubra rivers. We drive to our fixed camp resort and later drive to visit the charming valley, of Deskit – the tiny capital of Nubra. The capital is marked by a single file of shops that are put up on the main road. We will visit the Deskit Gompa, perched on a rocky spur above the village, with a commanding view of the entire valley. From Deskit we will drive to Hunder past an area of sand dunes and get Acquainted with the famous Bactrian camels. This small population of shaggy double-humped animals, which in the old days, were used as pack animals on the Central Asian trade routes are now used as riding animals in the high deserts. In the late afternoon we will drive to the camp. Overnight in camps.
Travel from Leh to Nubra Valley
Day 09: Nubra To Leh (130 Km / 4-5hrs Drive)
We will drive back to Leh, driving on the same route and crossing the Khardungla pass yet again. We arrive at Leh in the afternoon en-route visit the famous Japanese pagoda known as Shanti Stupa and later settle for the day at our hotel.