Rugged, magnificent mountain landscapes and breathtaking scenery of Jammu and Kashmir is what you can expect on a getaway to Ladakh. Your journey begins in the interesting city of Leh and then onto the scenic Nubra Valley to get closer to nature.
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Day 1 : Day 1
Day 1: Arrival
Arrive at Leh airport to be received by a representative of Adventure Ibex and transferred to the Hotel. Check in to the hotel for a complete day of your own leisure. Post lunch visit Leh Market, Leh Palace and Shanti Stupas O/N Leh.
Day 2 : Day 2
Day 2: Leh - Nubra Valley 120 Kms 4-5 hrs
After Breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla (Highest Motor able road in the World, 18,380 ft.) Arrive at Hundur by afternoon. Lunch at Camp evening visit Sand dunes where one can see two-hump camels. The more adventurous can also enjoy camel Safari in Sand Dunes. between Deskit and Hunder Village) O/N Nubra Valley.
Day 3 : Day 3
Day 3: Nubra Valley - Leh 120 Kms / 4-5 hrs
After Breakfast visit Deskit Monastery, where you can have a magnificent view of Nubra Valley and drive back to Leh by same Route, crossing Khardungla Pass. O/N Leh.
Day 4 : Day 4
Day 4: Leh - Pangong Lake - Leh 280 Kms / 10-11 hrs. (Option: You can visit Thiksey Puja in the morning before leaving for Pangong Lake).
After early Breakfast leave for Pangong Lake (14,500 ft) through Changla Pass 17,350 ft, it is the third highest motor able road in the world. Arrive at Pangong, the highest salt water Lake in the World shared by India & China. Packed or Hot Lunch will be provided. Enjoy the beauty of the lake on the Banks of Pangong while appreciating the changing Colors and fascinating high altitude of the Lake. Drive back to Leh by the same route. O/N Leh.
Day 5 : Day 5
Day 5: Leh– Delhi
Early morning transfer to Leh airport to board flight back to destination. Journey ends with Sweet Memories of Ladakh.