Picturesque beauty, unique culture, Buddhist monasteries, authentic yoga & meditation sessions, comfortable stay, wild life exploration, local delicious cuisine, easy & moderate trek.
Experienced English speaking local team leader
12 yoga and guided meditation sessions by yoga expert
Camping and camel safari experience
4 Days Trekking (Spituk & Stok)
08 nights’ accommodation
First Aid kit
Vegetarian meals (8 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches & 7 Dinners )
Stay on twin sharing basis in Hotel/ Guest house/ Swiss tents/ Home stays
All inner area permits for restricted area
Airport Transfers In Leh
Any VISA & Airfare
Any charges for video cameras till cameras, etc
Parking entry and monasteries/ museum entrance fee
Personal expenses Travel insurance
Tips & any other expenses not mentioned in Tour Itinerary.
Pangong Lake Tour by AC Car for 2 Day & 1 Night @ USD 450.00
Arrival at Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL) and check-in at hotel. You can use this day to acclimatize. Later in the evening, you visit to Leh Market, Leh Palace, and Shanti Stupa. You spend the night at Hotel Leh.
After breakfast, you drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla. After lunch, you enjoy the camel safari at the sand dunes between Deskit and Hundur village. You spend overnight at the Nubra Ethnic Camp, Nubra.
After breakfast, you visit Deskit Monastery (Big Buddha), where you can have a magnificent view of Nubra Valley and drive back to Leh by the same route, crossing the Khardungla pass. You spend the night at Hotel Leh.
The trek traditionally starts at the bridge over the Indus about a kilometer west of Spituk Village.
Our walk begins along an old jeepable on very dry and exposed land, so water and protection against the sun are important! After 2 hours the landscape becomes greener as we go into the Zingchen Valley, where the Rumbak River flows into the Indus. Our camp is in the small village of Zingchen, which means ‘big field’, where there are just two houses. The rest of the day will be spent enjoying the view and maybe even a dip in the river.
Today we enter Hemis National Park, home to the famous Snow Leopard, Blue Sheep, Ladakhi Urial (a type of goat), great Tibetan sheep (Arghali), red fox, Tibetan wolf, wild dog (dhole), Lynx, marmot and mountain hare. We start to climb gradually up to village of Rumbak.
Today may be difficult day on the trek, as in the morning after breakfast you ascend the 4,900-m. Stok Pass also known as the Namlung La. If you are fit and have camped at the plateau just under the pass as all do, you should have no problem climbing up to the pass. One can climb steadily and made it in less than 1.5 hrs. From the campsite walk less than ½ hrs and on your right you find zigzagging mountain terrain.
Today is an easy day going downhill all the way. Follow the stream on its left bank as it heads north. The path is vast and easy. You will find willows and wild roses growing on islands in the middle of the stream which grows quite wide as you approach Stok. Visit the Stok Palace, residence of the king of Ladakh. We steadily descend through meadows to Thachutse and cross the Nimaling River. The trail follows the Markha River now, and will do so for the next few days.
Early morning, we transfer you to Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL) to board your flight back home.
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