19 Nights / 20 Days
  • transports
  • sight seeing
  • food
  • hotels

Best Time for this Trek is between – 15th June & 31st September

DAY 1: Arrival to Srinagar International airport

Meet our representative and transfer to house boat, take some rest, afternoon visit Mughal Gardens and Shankar Acharya Temple, Overnight at houseboat.

DAY 2: Explore Srinagar

Early morning visit floating market in Dal-Lake and back to house boat for breakfast, after breakfast drive to Old town visit some Famous Jamia Masjid “The Jamia Masjid of Srinagar is situated at Nowhatta in the middle of the Old City. It was built by sultan Sikandar Shah Kashmiri Shahmiri in 1394 AD. After visit Hazrat- BAL the famous shrine IN Kashmir Valley this Shrine is a Muslim shrine It contains a relic, the Moi-e-Muqqadas, believed by many Muslims of Kashmir to be a hair of Prophet Muhammad “Peace be upon him”. The name of the shrine comes from the Urdu word Hazrat, meaning "respected", and the Kashmiri word bal, meaning "place". and after explore OLD street of Srinagar. Overnight at houseboat.

DAY 3: Srinagar to Kargil via Zojila Pass

Early breakfast drive to Kargil via Zojila Pass and it takes about 6 hours and en-route you will will some habitants and some nice tourist spots like Sonamarg, Drass, arrive in the afternoon at Kargil, check in to hotel Zojila Residency and after if you like visit the Kargil Market. Kargil is a city in the Kargil district of Ladakh region, in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is the second largest town in Ladakh after Leh. It is located 60 km from Drass and 204 km from Srinagar to the west respectively and 234 km from. Overnight Hotel

DAY 4: Kargil – Rangdum

Early morning breakfast drive to Rangdum “Rangdum is in a valley situated 3,657 m (11,998 ft) above the sea level, in an isolated region of the Suru valley in the Ladakh region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in Northern India. On one side are the colorful hills while on the other side are Rocky Mountains and glaciers. Visit Rangdum Village and Monastery this Monastery is a Tibetan 30 D.B. Giri Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal, India. Email : Web: Phone: +91 354 2251134, +91 9475185124 Buddhist monastery belonging to the Gelugpa sect, situated on top of a small but steep sugarloaf hill at an altitude of 4,031 m (13,225 ft) at the head of the Suru Vallege. Overnight Camp / Guest house.

DAY 5: Ragdum to Padum

Leave after breakfast get driven to Padum. Reach there and check into your accommodation. Relax and explore the nearby places. Overnight Stay at Hotel or Guest house.

DAY 6: Explore Pandum

Full day at Padum, explore Sani , Karsha and Zangla Village and Monastery, Overnight stay at Padum Hotel / Guest House.

DAY 7: Padum to Phuktal monastery

Drive to till the ends and futher walk about 4/6hours to reach Phuktal Monastery, Overnight at Guest house in Phuktal.

DAY 8: Explore Phutkal

Explore Phuktal Monastery and village Phugtal Gompa is a Buddhist monastery located in the remote Lungnak Valley in south-eastern Zanskar, in the autonomous Himalayan region of Ladakh, in Northern India. It is one of the only Buddhist monasteries in Ladakh that can still be reached only by foot. Overnight Guest house at Phuktal .

DAY 9: Phutkal to Padum

Phuktal – Pandum via same route, Overnight at Padum

DAY 10: Padum to Kargil

Drive about 8/9 hours, road condition is bit tough, Overnight Hotel at Kargil.

DAY 11: Kargil to Leh via Mulbek

Lamayurum cover about 234km and it will takes 6hours, Overnight Hotel Dragon.

DAY 12: Free day at Leh

Full day at Leh jus relax or visit some monastery nearby, Overnight Hotel Dragon

DAY 13: Sindhu Ghat – Shey – Thiksey – Hemis – Leh

Start the day with a delicious breakfast of traditional delicacies and continental offerings. Then set out on a comfortable 3 – 4 hour drive through the amazing Ladakhi landscape to some of the most popular tourist destinations in the region: Sindhu Ghat, Shey, Thiksey and Hemis. After a day spent exploring the meditative beauty of these spiritual centres, return to the heavenly comfort of the hotel for the night. Overnight Hotel Dragon

DAY 14: Leh – Nubra – Khardung La – Treaty Road

In the world’s coldest desert, make an early start to the valley of flowers, Nubra, crossing one of the world’s highest motorable roads, Khardung La at 18,380 ft. Enjoy the beautiful 5 – 6 hour drive, and as you descend, behold the beautiful valley in all its hues. See Treaty Road, the famous ancient caravan trade route to Central Asia, and Kashgar and Yarkand in China.

DAY 15: Nubra to Leh

After breakfast, drive back towards Leh but only after making a memorable stop at the Samstanling Monastery in Sumor. Return to The Grand Dragon Ladakh for a night of leisure and luxury. Fast Fact: Located in the Sumlur village of the Nubra valley, the Samstanling Monastery was founded in 1841 by Lama Tsultim Nima. Home to more than 50 monks, it is surrounded by hues of gold, red ochre and white, amid the beauty of the surrounding valley.

DAY 16: Leh / Chumathang / Tsomoriri

After breakfast drive 220 Km from Leh towards Tsomoriri at changthang region of Ladakh enroute visit, in chumathang have a hot lunch. Futher drive nd reach Mahe bridge we have to show the permit at the police check point and drive to Tsomoriri cross the Tibetan refugee settlement at Sumdho further drive to Tsomori arrive Late afternoon. Tomoriri Lake : The Tsomoriri Lake is a beautiful mountain bounded expanse of water, around 220 Kms. from Leh in Rupsho Valley. The Lake is located at 14,000 ft. near a small village of Korzok. One can also visit the Korzok Monastery of 19th century that houses Shakyamuni Buddha and other statues. The Nomadic people are most outstanding feature of this Lake area, which graze herd of goats and yaks. About 76 kms from Tsomoriri is located another beautiful Lake, Tsokar (the saltake)in this area. Overnight camp.

DAY 17: Tsomoriri / Puga /Tsokar / Tanglangla / Leh

Drive to Mahe village and the road turns left from here towards Puga Valley. The village is an unforgettable scene of shooting fountain and white clouds hanging upon. This is Butan gas which Puga valley is famous. Continue drive to Tsokar via Polokongka pass (13500 ft.) and visit Tsokar (small Lake ) and one can visit Thugke gompa. The place is famous for wild asses are generally seen here grazing and they seem moving in flocks. From here short drive and reach on National Highway route (Leh - Manali). Continue drive towards to Leh via Tanglangla pass (5350 Mtrs.) which is the second highest motorable pass in the world. Arrive in Leh afternoon. Overnight Hotel.

DAY 18: Rest Day

Rest and explore by your own, shopping day, Overnight Hotel Dragon

DAY 19: Return from Leh to Delhi

Early breakfast, Transfer to the airport for Flight to Delhi and connect onward Flight with sweet memory of Kashmir – Ladakh Tour.


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