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Ladakh Tour Ex Manali –Code: HARSH F) Tempo Traveller (9 Nights/10 Days) ABOUT Ladakh is one of the most serene destinations that you will come across. Tucked between the Himalayan ranges of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh boasts of scenic spots, monasteries and compass like no other place on earth. If you have planned your trip to Ladakh, you must consider booking a tempo traveler for two very important reasons. Travelling by road to Ladakh allows your body to acclimatize with the decreasing air pressure as well as you will get to see the scenic Himalayas mountains which is not to be missed at all costs. If you are travelling in a large number or with family, you will be spoilt for options while choosing your mode of transport. At attractive package that you must consider is the Manali to Ladakh package that covers important destinations such as Jispa, Sarachu, Leh, Khardung La, Nubra Valleyand Pangong Tso. You could choose a tempo traveler of your choice that will allow your body to adjust to the temperature and oxygen levels in Leh-Ladakh and also take you around for the local sight-seeing at these destinations. MAJOR HIGH PASSES DURING THE RIDE: - • Khardung-La • Baralacha-La • Nakee-La • Lachlung-La • Rohtang-La • CHANG-LA ROUTE PLAN: MANALI – KEYLONG – SARCHU – LEH–NUBRA- PANGONG – LEH – SARCHU – MANALI FIXED DEPARTURE DATES JUNE- 19, 23, 27 JULY- 1, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28 AUG- 1 HOTELS USED: LEH Lyon/ similar NUBRA Royal Desert Camps or similar PANGONG Travel camp or similar SARCHU Himalayan Routes or similar JISPA Jispa valley camps or similar MANALI Kohinoor or similar
Day 1 : Manali to Jispa (137 KM)
All the guests will collect on given time at the starting point which would be Volvo bus stand in Manali. It is advisable to start your journey from Manali to Jispa in the morning. Though the distance is just about 140 kilometers, the terrain is not easy to navigate and hence you will take about four to five hours to complete the same. Enroute to Jispa, be sure to catch some of the most beautiful attractions that the Himalayas has to offer such as Rohtang Pass and do make small pits stops in the towns of Kaisar and Tandi to see the Himalayas in their raw beauty. You are bound to reach Jispa by afternoon (if you have left in the morning after breakfast) and hence
can have a relaxed lunch full of local delicacies and short visits to local tourist spots like the Suraj Tal lake, the last petrol pump en route. (On your own)Be sure to take a night’s halt in Jispa so that your body gets enough time to acclimatize to high altitude.
Day 2 : Jispa to Sarchu (113 Kms)
After a well-rested night, be sure to leave early next morning to Sarchu. It is advisable that you leave early in the morning so as to catch captivating views of the sunrise. At this point of your trip, you will be travelling from Himachal into Jammu and may feel the change in altitude. While enroute to Sarchu be sure to stop at Zing
Zing Bar, Killing Sarai and Baralacha La, the highest altitude that you would have travelled (16040 feet), for a quick tea and photo session. . On reaching Sarachu in the evening, you will be exhausted and hence some warm comfortable home food and a peaceful night’s rest in the camps arranged for you shall gear you up for the next day’s activities.
Day 3 : Sarchu to Leh (250 km)
Your journey to Leh though just about 250 kilometers will require a good 6 to 7 hours to cover and hence be sure to have a heavy breakfast before you embark on this journey. The terrain is not as smooth, and you will be covering 21 hair pin bend curves to make your way to the top of the mountains. These 21 pins are collectively known as the
Ghata Loops (21 pins) and are a sight not to be missed. You will also be covering Pang, Moore plains and Tanglang La which is the second highest pass of this region. Here every sight is worth being converted into a post-card due to the rawness of the western Himalayas. As you reach Leh in the evening, be sure to get your daily dose of the local
food and a good night’s rest for the next day’s travel.
Day 4 : Leh Local sightseeing
After making your way up the mountains, it is time to now relax and enjoy the attractions that Leh has to offer. Be sure to rest through the morning and plan to dedicate your second half of the day to exploring Leh. Be sure to catch all the local touristy attractions such as the Gurudwara Pathar Sahib (a tribute to Guru Nanak), The Magnetic Hills, the Hall of fame, the Shanti Stupa, the Thiksey Monastery, the Leh Royal Palace, and the local Tibetan markets that open towards the evening that could be covered on a good leisure walk. Once you have covered all important attractions, wind up the day with a lovely dinner at your hotel and get further rest for your travel plans for the next day.
Day 5 : Leh to Khardung-La to Nubra Valley (160 KM)
Leh – South Pullu – Khardung La Pass – North Pullu – Khardung Village – Khalsar Village -Sumur– Diskit Monastary – Hunder (Nubra Valley)
Early morning after breakfast your journey to Nubra Valley will begin. This journey is completed via the Khardung -La Pass. This road is said to be the highest motorable road in World and hence a famous destination for bikers cross the globe. Your next halt will be at Siachen base Camp at North Pullu. Be sure to enjoy the scenic beauty and experience the sand dunes so as to make a memorable evening here. Hunder is famous for its camel rides that are a must have experience as these camels navigate through cold deserts in really high altitudes. The camel safaris are done on Bactrian Double-humped Camels which give you a sense of the bygone era of Silk Route trade in India across the Himalayas. You will be dropped off at the hotel by early evening as that you can enjoy a cozy dinner by the previously arranged bonfire and overnight stay in Nubra
Day 6 : Nubra to Pangong Tso-(140 KM)
After your breakfast, your journey toward Pangong Tso (lake) will commence. The route is known to be less travelled as it requires navigations skills that only the locals possess. The road to the lake is known to be a challenge and bench mark that all riders aim to achieve. You will arrive at the lake in the afternoon and will take the rest of the day to relax and appreciate the beauty of the lake. It is advisable to stay at camps in Pangong, these camps provide you comfortable accommodations with majestic views and dinners that keep you warm.
Day 7 : Pangong -Tso to Leh (140 km)
Spangmik (Pangong Tso) – Tangtse – Tsoltak – Tangtse-Chang La – Sakti – Karu – Leh
Once you have had a breakfast to your heart’s content, you will proceed to Lake Pangong, which is literally heaven on earth. The colors and sheer beauty of the landscape is sure to captivate you. It has been made additionally famous due to the famous movie, 3 Idiots which helped put the lake on the map. It is advisable to make your trip to the lake in the morning and the beauty is beyond just breath taking. After some fun and photo sessions at the lake, be ready to start your return journey toward to Leh. You will cross Chang La which is also one of the highest passes of thisarea and be ready to witness fresh snowfall at this point. Do stop at the local shops for a cup of tea to understand the culture and appreciate the beauty of the place.You will arrive at Leh in the evening to be greeted with good home food and bed to snuggle into.
Day 8 : Leh to Sarchu (200 km)
It is now time to start the return journey to Manali and the first step is getting to Sarachu. The day mainly consists of this return journey couples with local scenic views and amazing lip-smacking local cuisines. Enjoy a good night’s rest to prepare for your journey to Manali the next day.
Day 9 : Sarchu to Manali (225 km)
Sarchu – Killing Sarai – Baralacha La – Xing Bar – Darcha –jispa- Keylong – Tandi – Koksar – Rohtang La – Manali
Post a nice breakfast, the return journey from Sarchu to Manali will commence. For anyone who had missed the beauty of Surak Tal Lake or the Rohtang Pass or the Baralacha -La pass while travelling from Manali, now is the best time for you to get a glimpse of the same. Be sure to visit or revisit these places based on how you would want to end the trip. This should take you the entire day, Overnight stay and lovely dinner at Manali.
Day 10 : Manali
After breakfast you are free to depart for your onward journey as your trip ends here with lifelong memories.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||INR 28000 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
|City||Hotel Name||Star Rating|
|manali||Hotel Kohinoor or similar||
|jispa||Hotel Jispa valley camps or similar||
|leh||Hotel Lyon/ similar||
|nubra||Hotel Royal Desert Camps or similar||
|pangong||Hotel Travel camp or similar||
|sarchu||Hotel Himalayan Routes or similar||
Payment Terms & Methods :
* 50% Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.
* Refund will be made within 15 working days from the date of receipt of the cancellation.
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Reviewed: Jun 18, 2019
An immaculately organised trip with a very helpful travel director. We were able to comfortably explore various cities without compromising on leisure or time.
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Reviewed: Jun 15, 2019
The entire trip was immaculately planned with a bit of flexibility that enabled the travellers to fit in their wishlist as well. Overall it was an amazing experience. We could get the taste of real Italy. Kudos to the company.perfect for recommendation.👍👍
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Reviewed: May 29, 2019
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