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Day Wise Itinerary
Welcome to a mesmerizing trip across the beautiful and flamboyant Ladakh region, where you will be part of an opulent panorama that acquaints you with cultural, historical and architectural hereditary magnificence. A vibrant destination tour, this trip across the heartland is full of splendor and royalty in every step that you take Feel the excitement of overland adventure that moves across High Mountain passes, small hamlets, high altitude lakes and green oasis thriving in the desert plateau.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01: Arrive In Leh:
Arrive at Leh airport by morning flight from Delhi. This flight is one of the most sensational flights in the world. On a clear day from one side of the aircraft can be seen in the distance the peaks of K2, Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum and on the other side of the aircraft, so close that you feel you could reach out and touch it, is the Nun Kun massif. Upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel. You would take a little time to settle in and acclimatize since you have gone from a relatively low elevation in New Delhi to over 11,000 feet! During the afternoon, you can walk through the old town, beneath the Leh Palace, to allow you to get oriented to this fascinating city. Overnight in a hotel.
Situated on one side of the dry, dusty Namgyal (Tsemo) hill, Leh Royal Palace was built by one of the greatest monarch to have reigned over Leh, Sengge Namgyal. While ...
Namgyal Hill, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir, India
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Day 02: In Leh:
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 Thiksey. 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.
Thiksey Monastery is the largest monastery in central Ladakh district in Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated 18 km from Leh in the Indus valley.The Tibetan Buddhist monastery ...
Leh Manali Hwy, Thiksey, Jammu and Kashmir 194201
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Day 03: Leh To Alchi:
Today we drive on the Indus river route to visit the lovely oasis of Alchi situated in the outer Zanskar region. As we drive past colorful villages and hill side monasteries the journey will get more interesting. We cross the bridge and arrive at Alchi a bit early in the afternoon. We spend the time exploring the small village. One of the interesting aspects of this village is its monastery. Mainly known for its wall paintings of the 11th century, the monastery was built by the great translator "Lotsawa Rinchen Zangpo". The wall paintings in Alchi Monastery are some of the oldest surviving paintings in Ladkah and reflect artistic and spiritual details of both Buddhism and Hindu kings of that time in Kashmir. Later as we wrap up our Alchi visit, we drive back to our hotel in Alchi. Dinner and overnight at hotel / resort.
Alchi Gompa is the only remaining specimen of Indian Buddhist Iconography, which flourished in this region before Tibetan influences started gaining strength. Also called as ...
Nr. Pathar Sahib, Leh 194101, India
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Travel from Leh to Alchi
Day 04: Alchi To Leh Via Lamayuru:
After breakfast in the morning, we drive back to Leh and en-route visit the Lamayuru monastery. The Indian scholar Mahasiddhacarya Naropa founded Lamayuru monastery in the 11th century (allegedly on the site of a dried-up lake) after spending many years meditating, Lamayuru is the one of the largest and also one of the oldest gompa in Ladakh with a population of around 150 permament monks resident. After we explore this beautiful monastery we will head back to Leh. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel.