- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Destinations Covered During Leh Ladakh Tour : Manali, Leh, Jispa, Pangong lake, Nubra Valley
Brief Itinerary Tour :
Day 1: Arrive at Manali and after briefing and introduction drive to Jispa (7Hours , 140Kms)
Day 2: Drive from Jispa to Leh via Sarchu (11 Hours, 300 Kms)
Day 3: Acclimitization and Rest Day
Day 4: Drive from Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardung La (7 Hours , 160 Kms)
Day 5: Drive from Nubra Valley to Leh (6 Hours, 160 Kms)
Day 6: Drive from Leh to Pangong Lake (7 Hours, 145 Kms)
Day 7: Drive from Pangong Lake to Leh (6 Hours, 145 Kms)
Day 8: Departure (10 Hours, 230 Kms)
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Day 1 : Arrive at Manali and after briefing and introduction drive to Jispa (7Hours , 140Kms)
Our Leh Ladakh Tour starts from leaving behind the noisy Manali, one proceeds to the tourist hotspot, Rohtang pass, snaking their way between sheer walls of rock rising on either side as the road climbs uphill. Once across the Rohtang, the magnificent Central Lahaul Massif of the Great Himalayas comes into view. Soon the green scenery of Manali is replaced with shades of brown and rust with a few willow trees thrown in. Soon villages start to appear along the road with Keylong, a famous pit-stop, not far behind. This green stretch is followed by Jispa. Jispa is a small village with a beautifual monastery and total population of around 500 people.
Day 2 : Drive from Jispa to Leh via Sarchu (11 Hours, 300 Kms)
After Jispa our Leh Ladakh Tour enter high altitude zone of 4000m and above first comes the ascent of Baralacha La from where you can trek down to Chandratal Lake. Snowy peaks can be seen glimmering in the glassy waters of Deepak Tal. From here, the road climbs relentlessly, and with every loop the mountains flatten out, till at Baralacha La, at a height of 16,500 ft., they seemed like large dunes of snow. The road levels out near Sarchu, another popular night halt for adventure-seekers who prefer tents over rooms.
Beyond Sarchu, the road starts climbing again leading to Lachulung La, where the air thins out noticeably. From here, the journey is downhill, with gnarled and weathered mountains decorating either side of the road. Post the Kanglajal Pass, one reaches the vast Morey Plains, stretched out over an area of 160 km sq. The Tso Kar is only 15 km from here.
On the final leg to Leh, the grasslands lead into chaotic ridges, through the Tanglang La. The landscape finally changes from treeless desolation to vibrant green upon reaching the settlements of Rumtse and Sasoma. A smooth double-lane highway greets the wary travellers here, leading to Meeru, ahead of which flowed the mighty Indus. The journey from here to Leh all runs along the Indus gorge. Finally, the fabulous oasis that is Leh emerges, with the Stakna monastery overlooking the valley and ruins of Shey palace twinkling in welcome.
Day 3 : Leh Ladakh Tour Acclimatization and Rest Day
Leh is situated at an altitude of 3400 meters and proper Acclimatization is required so today is the complete rest day and in the evening you can explore the Leh Local Market and visit Shanti Stupa.
Day 4 : Drive from Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardung La (7 Hours , 160 Kms)
Leh Ladakh Tour we will driving the Nubra Valley via Khardung La. One can visit Diskit, Nubra’s commercial hub that overlooks the Shayok-Nubra confluence from the southern side. The main attraction here is the Gyaldan Tashi Chulling Gompa (or the Diskit Gompa) perched high above the town, it resembles an authoritative fort and offers stunning views of the valley Plundered during the Mongol invasion and and 32 ft Maitreyi Buddha statue. Enjoy bactarian camel safari in the evening and stay in guest house in Hunder Nubra Valley.
Day 5 : Drive from Nubra Valley to Leh (6 Hours, 160 Kms)
Today’s Leh Ladakh Tour start early and we follow the same and drive back to Leh via Khardungla Pass.
Day 6 : Drive from Leh to Pangong Lake (7 Hours, 145 Kms)
We start our Leh Ladakh Tour to Pangong Lake via Chang La Pass one can enjoy tiny detours to the majestic Shey Palace and the tranquil Thiksey Monastery before setting off onto the road that leads to Pangong Tso traversing through the Chang la Pass, the third highest motorable pass in the world. This path looks particularly spectacular when it snows as the road is swathed with snow-capped mountains on all sides. We reach Pangong Lake around 3 PM and after tea and snacks go for a stroll on lake stay in Spangmik village on the banks of Pangong Tso.
Day 7 : Drive from Pangong Lake to Leh (6 Hours, 145 Kms)
We drive back to Leh by the same route.
Day 8 : Departure (10 Hours, 230 Kms)
Our Leh Ladakh Tour ends on request we can arrange Taxi to Srinagar with one night at Kargil.