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Tour Details

 Durations : 7 Night / 8 Days
 Tour Itinerary

Day 1:
Arrive Leh; 3505 meters / 11567 feet.
Arrive Kushok Bakula airport Leh - 3500m above sea level. Transfer to hotel. Breakfast at the hotel before 09.30 am. Half Day at rest for acclimatization. Lunch at the hotel. After Lunch drive to Visit Shanti Stupa Leh Palace, Later in the evening walk around local market. Dinner and overnight stay at the Hotel in Leh.

Day 2:
Tour of Hemis, Thiksey Shey monastery 3 Idiots School Campus Sindhu Darshan
After a leisurely breakfast, we drive to visit Hemis Monastery situated 45 kilometers west of Leh; Hemis is the largest and the wealthiest monastery in Ladakh. From Hemis, you are driven back taking the same route to visit Thiksey Monastery, located on a hill-lock with formidable views of the Indus valley. Thiksey is especially noteworthy for its gigantic seated statue of the Maitreya and is also known for its (Dukhang) assembly hall which houses hundreds of rectangular prayer books, stacked between wooden covers and bound in silk. After that we continue to drive through series of chortens to visit Shey Palace the former summer palace of the King of Ladakh. 3 Idiots School Campus Sindhu Darshan visit. Dinner and Over Night at the Hotel in Leh.

Day 3:
Tour of Khardungla Pass 18832 Ft. Nubra Valley and Hundur Sand Dunes
Drive 120 Kms 4/5hrs Khardungla is the Worlds highest motorable road at 18832 feet above sea level. At Khardungla pass the snow capped peaks and the mountain views are amazing. The road then passes through a bridge laid on Glacier which finds its way in Guinness Book of world records, Drive through the Valley which is extremely beautiful for photography. Nubra Valley is the Oasis of Ladakh as you see some colourful trees in this region. Later reach your camp visit the Sand Dunes if lucky you will get the sight of the Two Hump Bacterian camels, enjoy time at the Sand Dunes of Nubra valley spread across Hundur Village . Over Night at the camp.

Day 4:
Nubra - Leh
After Breakfast proceed to Diskit monastery which is 515 years old situated on a hill top giving panoramic view of the valley later walk around the town of Diskit which has a small village market. Giant Buddha Statue. Proceed for the tour of Samsthaling, Panamik, Yaraptso Lake along with the splendid view of the Karakoram Himalayan Range.Samsthaling is situated on the mountainside just above sumur. This was the route taken by the trade caravans, and Panamik, the last village on this circuit, was at that time a busy centre, the last major settlement before the caravans Proceed back to Leh cross Khardungla Pass once again and reach Leh. Over Night at the Hotel in Leh.

Day 5:
Drive Sham Valley Alchi Lamayuru
After breakfast, carry packed lunch for the day. Sightseeing of 1000 year old Alchi monastery the only Gompa in Ladakh region on flat ground., proceed to Moon Landscape Lamayuru .Over night in Uleytokpo.

Day 6:
Uleytokpo - Leh
After Breakfast departs Uleytopko Thereafter proceed to the Likir Monastrey to visit the splendid three storey Dharma Wheel Gompa. Here youll be awestruck with the sight of the massive Buddha statues., Indus Zanskar river Sangam , drive along the Indus river visiting, Pathar Sahib Gurdwara and Magnetic Hill (where the cars defy gravity), Basgo Palace Hiking only and further on to Leh Hall of Fame (which has a museum of the Kargil War memorabilia)Dinner and Over Night at the Hotel in Leh.

Day 7:
Tour of Pangong Lake
It is the highest land locked lake (155 Kms on way from Leh 04 Hrs driver each way. After an early breakfast we leave for Pangong Lake through Changla pass 5486 Mtrs. Pangong Lake, situated at 14,000 feet (4,267 m). A long narrow basin of inland drainage, hardly six to seven kilometer at its widest point and over 130km long, it is bisected by the international border between India and China. A few years back the government decided to open it to tourists though the lake and its surrounding is under army surveillance. Enjoy the landscape in the back drop of the Lake. One rarely feels so close to nature and environment and the scenery is unforgettable. Drive back to Leh Over Night at the Hotel in Leh.

Day 8:
Depart Leh
In the morning transfer to the airport to board the flight for your onward destination .

 Package Price
Rs. 26,799/- *
USD 519.030/- *
EUR 395.813/- *
GBP 326.913/- *
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A one-time highly flourishing trade center along the historic Silk Route, Leh has forever been romancing with awe and mystery. With enough fantasmical elements to conjure up a swashbuckling story by someone like Robert E. Howard, this city spins a web of attractions that you would seldom find anywhere else. With colorful prayer flags fluttering on rooftops, lofty mountains walling the city (as if) from foreign winds, sprawling valleys cradling opulent meadows of green, mud brick houses that seem to emerge right off the face of the mountains, a silence broken only occasionally by somber ritualistic chants - Leh is your earthly ground for a cosmic experience. It is here that you will break your shackles from the outside world and become a wanderlust meanderer.

 Package Inclusion
  • Sightseeing.
  • All meals.
  • Hotel Accommodation.
  • Accommodation in Twin sharing for 7 nights.
  • Daily Breakfast Lunch Dinner.
  • Transfer sightseeing as per the itinerary by Non/Ac Vehicle.
  • Monastery entry fee.
  • Inner line permits to restricted area .
  • All toll tax, parking fees driver allowances.
  • All taxes (Except govt. service tax).
 Package Exclusion
  • 2.58 percent Government service tax extra.
  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head "Prices included".
  • The Services of Vehicle is not included on leisure days after finishing the sightseeing tour as per the Itinerary .
  • Camera fee, Soft or Hard drinks, Starters.
  • Medical Travel insurance.
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Destination Information

Area of Ladakh : 45,110 Sq Kms.
Altitude Range : 2,500 To 4,500m
Population : 1,17 lacs
Attractions : Trekking, Mountaineering, Camping, Water Rafting, And Buddhist Monasteries.
Climate :
Dry cold during winter and dry hot during summer. Light woollens are required during summers.
Best time to visit : June To End September
Staple food : Barley( Sattu)
Delicious soft drink : Gurgur Tea
Important Distance : 434 Kms from Srinagar, 474 Kms from Manali.

Leh is the the largest town of Ladakh withan area of 45110 Sq Km. The district is bounded by Pakistan occupied Kashmir in the West, China in the north and eastern part, and Lahul Spiti of Himachal Pradesh in South East.

For a long time Leh remained the capital of the Rajas of Ladakh. It lies at an altitude of 10,800 ft above sea level. Leh district comprises of Leh town and 112 inhabited villages

Snow covered boulevards, massive mountains, rushing rivers and verdant valleys together craft a landscape in northernmost region of India known to world as Ladakh. Remoteness of this valley from rest of the country has kept it away from urban culture and that differentiates it from usual Indian states. Karkoram and great Himalayan range are crowns of glory complimenting the raw beauty of the state. Existing amid all these natural creations are warm Ladakhi people with great cultural and traditional beliefs.
Distinguished geographical features act as magnet for ardent travelers who have that zeal to explore the unusual. Its barren mountain ranges have listed it as one of the most forbidding regions of world. This land is manifested with a fascinating unification of venerable religions, affluent cultural history and varied ethnic influences. Credit for cultural diversity goes to many missionaries, traders and explorers who crossed this valley in past. Leh being the capital city attracts a lot of tourism towards itself. This post shares information about Leh Ladakh that will help them to know all regarding Leh Ladakh.

Best season to visit Leh Ladakh:
Time period from June to September is regarded as ideal time simply because of warm bright days and pleasant nights. Although summer is the best season to visit Leh and Ladakh, it still gets a bit chilly.
Visitors can access this place by plane and by road. However, the roads here are only open for a few months in the year due to heavy snowfall. So best time to visit Ladakh is during summer.

LEH Religion:
Buddhism is the way of life in Leh . There is ancient Buddhist rock engravings all over the region, even in areas like Dras and the lower Suru Valley that today are inhabited by an exclusively Muslim population. The divide between Muslim, and Buddhist passes through leh (on the Kargil-Leh road) and between the villages of Parkachick and Rangdum in the Suru Valley, though there are pockets of Muslim population further east, in Padum (Zanskar), in Nubra Valley and in and around Leh. The approach to Buddhist village is invariable marked by mani walls which are long chest-high structures faced with engraved stones bearing the mantra in mane paddle hum and by shorten, commemorative cairns, like stone pepper-pots. Many villagers are crowned with a gompa or monastery which may be anything from an imposing complex of temples, prayer halls and monks dwellings, to a tiny hermitage housing a single image and home to solitary lama. Islam too came from the west. A peaceful penetration of the Shia sect spearheaded by missionaries, its success was guaranteed by the early conversion of the sub-rulers of Dras, Kargil and the Suru Valley. In these areas, mani walls and shorten are placed by mosques, often small unpretentious buildings, or Imambaras imposing structures in the Islamic style, surmounted by domes of sheet metal that gleam cheerfully in the sun.

Work Culture:
The demeanor of the people is affected by their religion, especially among the women. Among the Buddhists, as also the Muslims of the Leh area, women not only work in the house and field, but also do business and interact freely with men other that their own relations. In Kargil and its adjoining regions on the other hand, it is only in the last few years that women are emerging from semi-seclusion and taking jobs other than traditional ones like farming and house -keeping. The natural joie-de-vivre of the Ladakhis is given free rein by the ancient traditions of the region. Monastic and other religious festivals, many of which fall in winter, provide the excuse for convivial gatherings. Summer pastimes all over the region are archery and polo. Among the Buddhists, these often develop into open-air parties accompanied by dance and song, at which Chang, the local brew made from fermented barley, flows freely.

Ladakh Religion:
The predominant religion in Ladakh is the Tibetan form of Buddhism, although Islamic influences are found from the Kashmir Valley as far as Kargil, and there are some Christian families in Leh.

The Tibetan influence in Ladakh is manifest: all religious books and prayers are in the Tibetan language, the monastic orders in the gompas are those developed in Tibet and the gompa artwork is clearly Tibetan in origin. Even the architectural design of Leh Palace is very similar to that of Lhasa's Potala Palace. Tibetan Buddhism is built on an earlier Tibetan religion - Bon or Bon-Shamanism - and it incorporated many of Bon's demons and gods. It similarly incorporated many of the gods in the Hindu pantheon, transforming them into Bodhisattavas or different incarnations or manifestations of various personalities.

The walls of Ladakh's gompas are covered with illustrations of the Lord Buddha, his manifestations and followers, and the incorporated Bon and Hindu guardian deities in their various incarnations. It all makes for colourful and varied wall murals in every Ladakh gompa.

The monasteries follow each of the two main sects of Buddhism that developed in Tibet: the Karyu pa or red-hat sect and the Gelug pa or yellow-hat sect. The Dalai Lama, believed to be a reincarnation of the Boddhisattva Avalokitesvara, is the head of the Gelug-pa sect.

The gompas represent the monastic side of Buddhism, or lamaism. The lamaist side of Buddhism, requiring lon tation, contrasts with the everyday practice of Buddhism by Ladakhi lay people.

For Ladakhis, religion is a daily affair with visible rituals that are frequently observed. These include spinning prayer wheels, making pilgrimages to gompas, chortens, mani walls and holy tombs, chanting mantras and reciting prayers in the area of the home set aside as a chapel.

Ladakh Rrligion was Lamaist Buddhists inhabit most of Ladakh and have been believed to come from Tibet originally. The ancient Buddhist inscriptions and frock engravings are found all over Ladakh including the now Muslim-majority areas of Drass and lower Suru valleys. The 'Mani' walls mark the beginning of the Buddhist villages and Gompas or monasteries can abundantly be seen here ranging from a tiny hermitage to the large temple complexes of the monks. The culture and lifestyle of the people of Ladakh is deeply influence by their religion. However, there are a number of Muslim inhabitants here too, especially in the valleys of Drass, Kargil and Suru, mosques and Islamic-style 'Imambaras' can often be seen.

Work Culture:
People Religion and Culture Ladakh, the people of Ladakh bore much resemblance to Tibetans and Central Asians with their round faces, short stubby noses and small 'chinki' eyes with pronounced cheekbones. The people of the mountains, they have good stamina are accustomed to manual labor. However, they are considered to be soft and plain at heart. Originally, Ladakh was believed to be inhabited by the Indo-Aryan race of Dards, who originated somewhere down the River Indus, the regular influx of Tibetan people has resulted in the disappearance of racial characteristics of 'Dards' here and most of the population of eastern and central Ladakh wears Tibetan facial features. Fusion of the facial features of different origins. 'Arghons' of Leh are a community of Muslims that are believed to be the descendants of the mixed marriages of local women and merchants who came here from Kashmir and Central Asia.

Ladakhis are known for their cheerful disposition and most of their festivals fall in winters, which serve as an excuse for social and convivial gatherings. In summers, archery competitions and native version of polo are quite common and especially among the Buddhists, these competitions are often a local ball where folk songs and dances add to the jovial atmosphere and 'Chang', the local barley beer is amply used. The rich collection of oral literature of the region is full of occasion-special songs and poems and includes the localized versions of the Tibetan epic, 'Kesar Saga'. This is Culture of Ladakh.

Ladakh Fairs Festivals. In Ladakh every occasion marriage, birth, harvesting, commemoration of head Lamas founding of the monastery, Losar (new year) and flowering is marked by feasting, dancing and the singing of folksongs that forms a part of its living heritage. Most of the festivals are held in winter but some popular festival take place in summer too. The monastic festivals are the heart of all the festivals. Monks wearing colorful silk garments and different facial mask perform them.

Leh is one among the two districts of Ladakh. The weather is extremely cold and harsh during winters, thus causing frost bites. Due to the rarefied air the effect of the sun during the winter months is much harsher and as a result can cause sun burns. The months from October to March are the coldest ones when the temperature can dip as low as -28°C. Occasional snowfall too grace the winter months in Leh. The area experiences an average rainfall of 90 mm.

The months from April to September are the best season and are apt for visiting the city of Leh in Ladakh. The temperature is cool and can go up to 33°C. Summers are the ideal time to go to Leh as the skies are clear and offer panoramic views of the mountains. The average day temperature ranges from 20° to 30°C.

Due to the unpredictable nature of the climate, tourists are advised to carry windcheaters, woolen clothing, thick socks, gloves, scarves, a hat or woolen cap, sturdy boots or walking shoes, sunscreen, lip balm and goggles.

The best time to visit Leh is from the months of End of May to September.

Leh has a cold desert climate with long, harsh winters from October to early March, with minimum temperatures well below freezing for most of the winter. The city gets occasional snowfall during winter. The weather in the remaining months is generally fine and warm during the day. Average annual rainfall is only 90 mm (3½ inches). The temperature can range from −28 °C (-18.4°F) in winter to 33 °C (91.4°F) in summer.

Ladakh is a summer as well as winter destination for tourists. International tourists, come to spend the summers here while domestic tourists prefer the snow capped hills and the frozen lanes. Honeymoon couples rush for a winter trip here for the romantic air and the much comfortable resorts. However, every traveler to the place should know about the weather conditions of the place and the prevailing climate before actually decides on a trip. gives you information on climate in Ladakh and the season that could be appropriate for your travel. One important part of your Ladakh travel would be to know that during extreme winters, there are landslides and road blockades hazards.

Climate conditions in Ladakh
Ladakh experiences extreme climatic variations much for its high altitude. The region is also sparsely populated. Greater Himalaya range of location exposes the place to extreme winters. At an altitude of 3521 meters above the sea level, the months of December and January are freezing below minus degree Celsius. Often people from the small towns of Ladakh move to mainland where the climate is still warmer. The barren locations of Ladakh are also dry and hot in the months of April to October.

One important aspect of the climate of Ladakh is the absence or scanty rainfall over the years. You wind the roads more dry, windy, and sandy. Rainfall in Ladakh amounts to around 10.16 cm annually.
Winters in Ladakh
A typical feature of the winter months is extreme temperature dip in the nights but no snowfall, though the Himalayas remain snow capped during this time. Again, some parts experience snowfall from end of September and melts away faster. Ladakh winter temperature varies from minus 20 degree Celsius and 15 degree Celsius.

Summers in Ladakh
Just like the extreme winters, summer would set you dripping in perspiration. The temperatures soar up to 35 degree Celsius, a sharp contrast to the winters. The parts that experience snowfall has it melting away at faster rate while in Leh and Shimla the snow stays on for at least a month.

The Ladakhi language is called Bhoti, and by linguists more generally called Western Archaic Tibetan when the Balti and Burig or Purig or Purki dialects are included, is the predominant language in the Ladakh region of the Jammu and Kashmir state of India, and is also spoken in Baltistan. Ladakhi is closely related to Tibetan, and the Ladakhi people share cultural similarities with Tibetans, including Tibetan Buddhism. There is disagreement as to whether they should be considered distinct languages, but Ladakhi and Central Tibetan are not mutually intelligible, though they share a written form dating back to Old Tibetan. Ladakhi has approximately 200,000 speakers in India, and perhaps 12,000 speakers in the Tibet region of China, mostly in the Changthang region. Ladakhi has several dialects, Ladakhi proper (also called Lehskat after the capital of Ladakh, Leh, where it is spoken); Shamskat, spoken to the northwest of Leh; Stotskat, spoken to the southeast in the Indus valley; and Nubra, spoken in the north. The varieties spoken in Upper Ladakh and Zangskar have many features of Ladakhi and many other features of western dialects of Central Tibetan.
Most dialects of Ladakhi lack tone, but Stotskat and Upper Ladakhi are tonal like Central Tibetan.

Ladakh's Himalayan ecosystem has led to the development of a distinctive agricultural economy and lifestyle. Many of the local people of Ladakh practice farming and the produce of their fields is made into the delicious dishes of Ladakhi cuisine.
Vegetables such as potatoes, pumpkins, beetroots, and beans are cooked in a variety of different ways and accompany meat dishes. Mutton and chicken are the commonly consumed types of meat in Ladakh.
Tourists in Ladakh can try local Ladakhi food, which is nourishing and usually mildly flavored. Favorites include Thukpa, a thick soup with vegetables that provides a complete meal and delicious Momos or steamed dumplings stuffed with meat or vegetables, accompanied by a fiery chili sauce.
There are also many bakeries in Ladakh where you can buy freshly baked bread and enjoy eating it with locally made Apricot Jam. There are many restaurants in Leh, where you can have an international meal or choose from Tibetan or Ladakhi fare if you prefer.
Restaurants in Ladakh offer many kinds of cuisine including Tibetan, Korean, Chinese, and Western dishes. Enjoy a culinary adventure on tours to Ladakh with Leh Ladakh India.
Some good restaurants in Leh are:
Himalaya Café - for good Tibetan fare
Shangri La - offers Korean cuisine
Budshah Inn - offers Chinese and Kashmiri cuisine
Dreamland Restaurant - offers Tibetan, Kashmiri, Indian and Italian food.
Penguin Bar and Restaurant - has a German Bakery with a wide choice of baked goods.
Mentokling Restaurant - offers pizzas cooked over a traditional wood-fired oven
Pumpernickel German Bakery - offers lasagna and a fixed-price breakfast, as well as picnic meals.

Ladakhi food is adapted to the harsh climactic conditions of the place. There are, of course, several multi-cuisine restaurants in Ladakh, owing to the volumes of foreign visiting tourists.
Many tourists may not be particularly enamored of Ladakhi food, however, for a taste of authentic Ladakhi fare, one can try from among the many family-run guesthouses for a perfect home-cooked flavour. There is not a huge variety of Ladakhi food, and it is very similar to Tibetan food.
A trip to Ladakh will not be complete without sampling Gur-gur chai, the famous Tibetan salted butter tea, and the Chang beer. The gur-gur tea is made of yak butter added to boiling water mixed with salt, soda, milk and an infusion of tea-leaves, called zarcha. Butter is considered essential to keep the body warm in the cold climate. Gur-gur tea is offered in every house, between intervals at a cultural programme, or during a puja. It is considered an offence not to finish the contents of the cup.
Chang on the other hand, is a kind of beer made from fermented barley, integral to most Buddhist rituals and celebrations. It is much easier to acquire a taste for Chang than Gur-gur chai.
Tsampa, roasted barley flour has been the staple food for centuries. It is used in various forms – as a broth mixed in tea or kneaded with butter, as dumpling wraps in momos, or Thukpa, a soup of vegetables and flour dumplings.

Leh - Beauty Integrated With Simplicity!
Leh is the land of pure atmosphere that offers treasured memories to the visitors. Famous for its snow capped mountains, Leh is popularly known as the ‘Snow Desert’. Besides being the largest city of Ladakh, it also enjoys the status of being the capital of this beautiful place. Its utter beauty and sky towering mountains provide a scenic background to the age-old monasteries that blend perfectly with the modern lives of Ladakhi people.

Here you can go on a shopping spree, as it is famous for its customary handicrafts and textiles. Also, you can enjoy the delicious cuisine at various eating joints. The popular places to visit in Leh i.e attractions in Leh are Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Nubra Valley, Sankar Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Spituk Monastery, Soma Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Hemis Monastery, Choglamsar (known for Buddhist study centers) and Pangong Lake.

Here, adventure lovers will find a variety of activities like mountain biking, trekking, river rafting and a handful of other activities as well.

Tso Moriri Lake – the Serene Lake Bounded By Snow Capped Mountains!
Tso Moriri Lake is located to the south east of Leh in the middle of the prominent valley of Rupshu. In the changthang area, the public as Tsomoriri Wetland Conservation Reserve knows it. This lake, which means ‘the mountain lake’, derives its name from the fact that it gets water from the Changthang Plateau.

The calm environment of the lake takes you to a beautiful world where you can relax in the lapse of the Mother Nature. Adventure lovers will find attractive wildlife in the neighboring regions. Wild Ass, Marmots, Black-necked Geese, Redfox and the highly endangered Snow Leopard are the main attractions of this place.

Pangong Lake – Highest Lake in the World!
The moment the sunlight falls on Pangong Lake; its crystal clear water refracts a band of violet, blue, green, orange and red colors which can be observed on the surface appearing like a tinted canvas.

As it is situated at a height of approx. 4250 Mts. it becomes the highest lake in the world. Surrounded by beautiful gorges and vistas, this lake will definitely take your heart away. The flora and fauna of the nearby places is highly appreciated by the visitors. With Yaks and Mountain Cows being the easy ones to spot, several other rare species may also be occasionally seen near the lake. Other famous attractions of Pangong Tso are Chang La Pass (the third highest navigable pass in the world), ancient monasteries and the mountaineering school.

Nubra Valley – orchard of Ladakh!
Situated 10,000 ft. above sea level, Nubra Valley is a treasured place on this planet. Popularly known as ‘Orchard of Ladakh’, this valley is the house of rich vegetation. It is undoubtedly a kaleidoscope of landscapes and offers supreme trekking opportunities. Numerous yellow and pink wild roses decorate this warm valley to welcome the tourists during early summers. The popular attractions of Nubra Valley are the Samtangling Gompa, hot water Sulphur Springs, Diskit Gompa. It is among the top Ladakh tourist places.

Two equally beautiful rivers, Nubra and Shyok, nurture the valley. Campsite near the rivers provides a wonderful option for accommodation.

Khardung Pass – world’s highest motorable road!
On the way to Nubra valley, one will pass through the famous point known as Khardung La or Khardung pass. This pass is used most by the Indian Army to carry out its supply processes. To cross the khardung pass one needs to get a permit, which is not much difficult to obtain. This pass offers spectacular view of Rock Mountains, green valleys and the beautiful Karkoram range. One can easily get to the pass by a bus, taxi or bike.

Kargil – Gateway to Zanskar Valley!
Kargil, seated in the heart of the Himalayas, is the second major town of Ladakh. It has maintained its majestic beauty, magnificent hills and provides tremendous opportunities to the passionate adventure lovers. The famous activities that can be enjoyed here are trekking, rafting and mountaineering. Nestled along the mounting hillside of the Suru Basin, Kargil is the converging point of the Drass and Wakha channels of the river. Apart from its apricots, it is also famous for its abundant crops of wheat, barley and other crops. The popular attractions of Kargil are Mulbek Chamba, Mulbek Gompa and Shergol.

Drass Valley – the second coldest inhabited region in the world!
The Drass River nurtures Drass valley, situated at a height of 3230m. The temperature in the winters can be really extreme and may even go down to minus 40 degree Celsius. This makes Drass Valley world’s second coldest inhabited region. It starts from the Zojila Pass and extends till the Himalayan Gateway to Ladakh. The Brokpa Tribe who are involved in cultivating Barley and other cereals inhabits the valley. The main attraction of this valley is trekking, the most famous route being the trek to the Holy Cave of Amarnath.

Rangdum – Land of Sheer Beauty!
Situated halfway between Kargil and Padum, Rangdum Village is an elliptical stretched out plateau surrounded by exquisite hills, crystal clear streams, pastures and Rocky Mountains. It is the proud possessor of an ancient monastery, which is one of the most respected places in Leh Ladakh. The Rangdum Monastery falls on the way to Pannikar and Parkutse and dates back to the 18th century. The visitors for its amazing structure and brilliant Buddhist architectural patterns appreciate it. Seated in a beautiful location, this monastery is famous for its central prayer hall and its small museum.

Padum – Significant North Indian Buddhism Centre!
Padum valley, situated at an altitude of 3,505 Mts. between the Zanskar Range and the Great Himalayas, is believed to be the most inhabited regionof Zanskar. It attracts a lot of tourists towards its pure natural beauty, trekking routes and rich monasteries. The popular highlights of this valley are the set of rock carvings on the huge stone flanking the Zanskar River and ancient rock sculptures that represent the North Indian Buddhism influence in Ladakh. Starrimo Monastery is situated on a hill top and is designed by taking inspiration from Stupa Architecture while the Karsha Monastery which dates back to 10th century offers spectacular views of the green vistas.

Zanskar –brings you a step closer to Tibetan Culture!
Zanskar valley is situated 20 km south of Rangdum Valley amid the great Himalayan Range and the Zanskar Mountain. It is an exclusive Tibetan Culture settlement and the most isolated valley of the Trans Himalayas. The Buddhist population can be prominently found in the region. Due to heavy snowfall, the valley remains unapproachable for approximately 8 months. Enjoy the adventure sports like trekking on the famous Chadar Ice trek route and other challenging treks, river rafting on the frozen waters of the Zanskar River or visit the Karsha Monastery, Penzilla pass and Zanskar River.

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Hotel Details

Hotel: City Palace (Superior)
Address: Upper Tukcha Road, , Leh-Ladakh
Rating: 8
Hotel Description:
Hotel City Palace has got deluxe rooms with utmost privacy and comfort for visitors. All rooms have got the views of mountain ranges, shanti stupa and Leh palace. All the rooms are equipped with modern amenities. The hotel is centrally heated. Hotel City Palace is built in ladakhi architecture complemented by terraced lawn and garden, the hotel offers high standard of comfort, hospitality and services. The hotel is located in the centre of Leh town. 7 minutes away from the airport. The hotel has got breathtaking and panoramic views of Himalayan range, Leh palace and world's highest motor able road. it is easily accessible to main market, post office, airlines booking offices and taxi stand etc.

Hotel: Druk Hotel (Deluxe)
Address: Yurtung , Ladakh
Rating: 3

Hotel: Hotel Snowland(Standard))
Address: Shalden Main Tukcha Road , Leh-Ladakh
Rating: 8
Hotel Description:
Hotel Snow land which nestles in the rugged tranquility of leh. We are a traditional, family-run Ladakhi establishment ,our Hotel is at two minutes walking distance from market place ,Although located in the heart of leh town,yet the hotel offers vacation amidst picturesque nature reserves,lush green lawns studded wit-colored flowers,
Hotel: Ladakh Sarai (Deluxe)
Address: Ayu, Leh
Rating: 8
Hotel Description:
Perched above the raging Indus River and resting quietly below the massive Ladakh Range exists a peaceful green oasis - the serene grounds of the Ladakh Sarai. The Sarai is Ladakh's premier eco resort, a tribe of 14 yurt-style bungalows nestled in a beautiful grove of willow, poplar, apricot and apple trees. The Sarai is situated comfortably apart from bustling Leh town, just a 10 minute (7 km.) scenic drive away through winding streets, quaint bazaars, and desert stretches.
Hotel: Nubra Sarai (Deluxe Camp)
Address: Hunder ,Nubra , Leh
Rating: 8
Hotel Description:
our camp Nubra Sarai is located in Hunder village Nubra (leh ladakh )
Hotel: Ulley Ethnic Resort
Address: Leh - Srinagar Highway
Rating: 2
Hotel Description:
The Resort is sprawled over a vast area of around 10,000 sq. meters. of Apricot and Apple groves rendering a relaxed and a rejuvenating atmosphere. The resort leaves you to yourself to rejoice your holiday amidst the greenery within the resort, the dry Ladakh Landscape, River Indus and Himalayan mountains.

How to reach:
By Air
The nearest airport is in Bhuntar (50kms). This is actually a small airport and it rather advisable to avoid air connection to Manali since this is not a very convenient means to reach Manali.
By Road
Manali as a popular tourist destination, has a very good network of roads. One can easily reach Manali by road. Many other prominent cities, like: Shimla (240kms), Chandigarh (272kms), Delhi (611) are located at convenient distances from Manali.
By Rail
The nearest railhead is Chandigarh, which is the capital city of Punjab Haryana. The city, which is an important rail station in northern India, is linked to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai by rail.

The Orchard Greens is located in the VIP Loghut Area, about 2 km away from the main Manali town. The Kullu (Bhuntar) Airport is 52 km away and the Kalka railway station about 325 km away.

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