- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Ladakh "The Land of High Passes" is the Region of India in state of Jammu & Kashmir, it has the Buddhist culture. One can find great diversity of Fauna here like Ibex, Marmuts, Black Neck Crane. Both Adventure & Leisure Trips can be Done here. There are two sides on which one is Pangong Tso and the other as Nubra Valley. Pangong Tso(Lake) one can see the Blue water in the lake in three different shades.
Many of the High Passes of the world are here, like Khardungla Pass (18380 feet) world Highest Motorable Peak, Changla Pass (17585 feet), Zozila Pass (11575 feet), Namik La, Tanglangla Pass. Many Buddhist Monasteries are there in Ladakh. Magnetic Hill is also an attraction.
Key Features of the Tour
> Being a winter season, there are higher chances for you to spot rare ladakhi animals like snow leopard, ibex, himalayan tahr, blue sheep etc.
Meeting Time and Place
Will be intimated to registered participants 10 days prior to the event in a precamp meeting.
Day 1 19th March
Arrive Leh Acclimatization -
Early morning arrival in Leh, proceed to Hotel. Welcome drink, breakfast, tour briefing; Rest for the day. Day for acclimatization.
Day 2 20th March
Leh in and around sight seeing:
This day we explore Thiksey monastery, Shey Palace, Sindhu ghat, Shanti Stupa, Hall of fame – war memorial, Leh palace, Tsemomonastery & around leh.
Day 3 21st March
Leh - Nubra Valley - Turtuk.
This day we visit the famous Khardung la – world’s highest motorable road and go to the north side of Leh.
Explore Nubra valley, Diskit monastery & hunder sand dunes. We will get to see double hump ‘Bacterian Camels’ only seen in these sand dunes.
In early evening we reach the village Turtuk (Baluchistan), which is conquered by Indian army in 1971, till then the village was in Pakistan. It is the last village on Indian border that can be visited by civilians. We get to see the Indian & Pakistani border.
Day 4 22nd March
Turtuk – Khardung la - Leh
Early morning we explore the village & start our journey back to Leh. Again we will pass through the khardung la & click some amazing and never forgetting pictures on the way. We will also visit the military camp on the world’s highest motorable road.
Day 5 23rd March
Drive to Zanskar Valley -
A short experience of trekking ( 1-2 hours) over the famous Frozen Zanskar River ( also known as Chadar in winter). The river becomes a chadarwhich is the only frozen highway for people from Zanskar valley to reach Leh and main tar road. Tented Camp at village Chilling under the starry sky.
Day 6 24th Macrh
Zanskar valley to Leh
Enroute we visit Alchi monastery ( world heritage site by UNESCO) , Likir monasteries (tallest golden budha statue in Ladakh, Sikh pilgrim – Patharsahib baba gurudwara, & Magnetic hill. Overnight at hotel in Leh
Day 7 25th March
Leh - frozen Pangong Tso – Leh
This day we visit the famous Pangong lake; one of the highest salt water lakes in India & in the world. Situated amongst India & Tibet; around 40% in India & 60% in Tibet. The site famous for many bollywood and hollywood movies. We will also visit Chang-La, known as the third highestmotorable road in the world.
Day 8 26th March
Free day for shopping. at Leh
Day 9 27th March
Leh - Delhi
Proceed for the further journey towards Delhi / Mumbai / Pune
What to bring
1. We wont recommend you to carry luggage more than 65 lit as at that altitude it would be very tough to carry so much luggage.
2. At least 3-4 pairs of track pants to be carried along. The material should be of quick dry type. It is essential because body heat melts the snow on your clothes and wet your clothes. Easy dry material avoid your inconvenience because of wet clothes.
3. Carry good sports shoes with enough anti skid pattern on the bottom. Sports shoes with good rubber sole are the best. Do not go for running shoes. They are usually insufficient and have tendency to slip.
4. one set of travelling clothes. This set you can keep behind in hotel luggage and can pickup after.
5. At least 4 sets of socks
6. Monkeycap (warm material). Avoid hand made caps. A monkey camp with thick weaving is recommended as it protects you not from cold but from wind chill factor as well.
7. At least 4 sets of T-shirts with long sleeves. Having collar is beneficial as it helps you add another layer to you neck to avoid cold.
8. Warm jacket and fleece jacket.
9. Good quality hand gloves (warm) added with another set of hand gloves (waterproof)
10. Thermal wear. Though not recommended during trek, you can use it for night. Its optional
11. Waterproof wind cheater or a jacket
13. Sunscreen, Lip balm, Cold creams etc.
>> More detailed checklist will be provided to registered participants 10 days prior to the activity which will help you in packing and cross checking.