Leh (Ladakh), a beautiful town in Jammu and Kashmir is best described as an abode of the Buddhist spiritual aspirants. It is a true representation of splendid beauty with lofty mountains, deep blue water, white dunes, Buddhist monuments, beautiful mosques and warm people.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrive At Leh
Fly into Leh and use day to relax in the hotel. We advise you to take complete rest and not step out of the hotel so that your body can acclimatize to such a high altitude and the lack of adequate amount of oxygen in the air. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 2: Local Sightseeing At Leh
Take a tour to Magnetic Hill and Sangam. Sangam is where the Zanskar river blends into the main Indus river. Post lunch visit Phyang monastery on the way back to Leh. Reach Leh and finally end the day at Shanti Stupa before dusk. Shanti Stupa is the most iconic structure in Leh. Head to bed early for next day's early morning journey.
Shanti Stupa is situated on a hilltop in Chanspa, Leh district, Ladakh, in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. Shanti Stupa as know Buddhist white-domed stupa. It was...
Chanspa, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir, 194101, India
Day 3: Drive To Pangong Tso And Return In The Evening
Leave early morning for Pangong Tso after breakfast at hotel via Chang La, the third highest motorable (5360 meter or 17590 feet above sea level) road in the world. Drive downwards to Pangong Tso. This lake of "3 Idiots" fame is world renowned for its changing colours throughout the day according to the sun's position and reflection. Drive back to Leh and overnight stay at hotel.
This pass is also the primary gateway to the Changtang Plateau and is named after a wandering monk named Changla Baba whom the pass temple is still named after to this day. ...
Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India
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Day 4: Drive From Leh To Nubra Valley
After breakfast at hotel, drive to Khardung La, the highest motorable road (5602 meter or 18380 feet above sea level) in the world. Drive downwards to Nubra Valley. Head onwards to Diskit Gompa (monastery) and to the sand dunes of Hundar. Ride the unique double-humped Bactrian camels (not included). Drive back to Diskit for dinner and overnight stay at hotel/guest house.