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Ladakh Zansker Trek Tour

Package Duration
27 Days / 26 Nights
Destination Covered
New Delhi - Leh Ladakh - Likir - Alchi

  • Day 1 : Leh Sightseeing

    • Leh Palace

    Description :

    Morning fee in Leh. Afternoon visit Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa & Leh Gompa. Overnight stay at the hotel.

    Day 2 : Leh Sightseeing

    Description :

    Today we proceed for Indus Valley monastery tour. We start with a visit to Shey, the ancient capital of Ladakh. The monastery here has a huge gold-gilded statue of Buddha Sakyamuni with a large silver lamp burning in front of the statue. Then we visit Thiksey Gompa, an impressive complex rising tier upon tier on a hill above the village.

    Day 3 : Leh - Likir - Alchi - Lamayuru (05hrs Drive)

    Description :

    We drive to Likir and visit Likir gompa situated atop a windy cliff top overlooking the beautiful village of Likir. It was founded in the 12th Century although the present construction dates back to the 18th century as the original one was destroyed by fire. In its courtyard is a yellow colored 3 storey high mammoth statue of the Lord Buddha, which was constructed by a resident monk. The top floor has an impressive museum containing old Thangkas and weapons used many centuries back.

    Day 4 : Lamayuru - Wanla (3-4hrs trek)

    Description :

    We pack our small backpacks, watch the horses get ready, and set off for this first day of our adventure. A gentle trail leads up to the small pass of Prinkti La (3750m) before heading down to the village of Shilla and the last 3 km to Wanla (3250m). Here we set up camp for the night and spend the afternoon relaxing in the sun or exploring the gompa in Wanla, before we gather around for a good dinner.

    Day 5 : Wanla - Hanupatta (6 hrs trek)

    Description :

    An easy walk towards Phansila (3410m) will lead us to a beautiful valley. From here we descend a pass beyond which the valley starts to narrow, with mountains towering above our heads and the Zanskar River making its way deep down in the gorge. In this barren, harsh landscape, beautiful rosebushes give your senses an unforgettable experience. We camp close to the river, just after the village of Hanupatta (3760m), where we have a great view down the valley.

    Day 6 : Chumik Nakpo - Lahkhang

    Description :

    Trek to Lahkhang over Shingo La after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the camp.

    Day 7 : Lahkhang - Kargil

    Description :

    Trek to Kargil after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the camp. Passing underneath the face of Gomborangoo, drop down towards Kargyak on the right bank. Kargyak is the last village of Zanskar Area.

    Day 8 : Kargil - Purni

    Description :

    Trek to Purni after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the camp.

    Day 9 : Purni - Phuktal - Purni

    Description :

    Trek to Phuktal Monastery after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the camp. Phuktal Monastery is one of the most stunning sights in Zanskar Region. It belongs to Gelukspa Order. The monastery is like a honeycomb, formed into a cock under a colossal grotto, and has 70 monks as well. In the caves over the construction, there is a water hole whose water level not at all recedes, even after taking out any measure of water from there. This water is said to have curative powers.

    Day 10 : Purni - Pipula

    Description :

    Trek to Pipula after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the camp.

    Day 11 : Pipula - Raru

    Description :

    Trek to Raru after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the camp.Chumik-Nakpo

    Day 12 : Raru - Padum

    Description :

    Trek to Padum after having breakfast. Padum is the sub-divisional headquarter of Kargil District, Jammu and Kashmir. You can explore Bardan Gompas. The trekking ends here. Overnight stay in the camp. Padum is the most populous hamlet of Zanskar. Otherwise, it is very rarely inhabited valley. This region is also popular as major trekking base as well as a popular tourist destination.

    Day 13 : Padum - Kargil

    Description :

    Drive to Kargil after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the hotel.

    Kargil (2704 m), located 234 kms from Leh in the east and 204 kms from Srinagar in the west, is the second largest urban centre of Ladakh and it is the headquarters of the district of same name as well. A tranquil town now, Kargil once served as significant trade and transit centre in the Pan-Asian trade system. Several caravans carrying foreign merchandise comprising silk, brocade, carpets, felts, tea, poppy, ivory etc. shipped in the town on their way to and from China, Yarkand, Kashmir and Tibet.

    Day 14 : Kargil - Leh

    Description :

    Drive to Leh after having breakfast. Overnight stay in the hotel.

    Leh is the charming capital of the Autonomous Hill Council of Ladakh. Leh is also well known as Little Tibet. The significant monasteries to explore in and around Leh are Shey, Hemis, Thiksey, Shankar, Spituk, as well as the Stok Palace, Shanti Stupa and main Bazaar are also the places that one can visit. The Leh Palace overlooking the town was the former home of the Rulers of Namgyal Dynasty. The ascetic festivals are very well liked and Hemis, Lamayuru, Phyang festivals in summer are frequented by bunch of tourists who horde to observe the Cham Dances.

    Day 15 : Leh (Local sightseeing)

    Description :

    This is the day for local sightseeing.Leh

    Leh Palace is an illustrious monument and a historical building as well. The nine- storied palace was constructed in the 17th century by the famous monarch of Ladakh- Sengge Namgyal.

    Jama Masjid is the historical mosque located in the heart of Leh town. It was constructed in 1666-67 A.D. resulting to an agreement between the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb and the then monarch of Ladakh, Deldan Namgyal.

    Spituk is the Gompa that stands outstandingly on the pinnacle of a hillock at the distance of 8 kilometers from Leh. This site commands a sublime view of the Indus Valley even from miles. Numerous icons of Buddha and five Thangkas are established in this 15th century monastery. There is also an assortment of ancient masks, historic arms, and an amazing image of Mahakal.

    Phyang Monastery is located at a distance of 17 kilometers from Leh on the Leh-Kargil Road. It was erected by Tashi Namgyal in the 16th century A.D. and it appears like a place from a distance. This spectacular Gompa belongs to the Red Cap sect of the Buddhists. An assortment of Buddha Icons is kept on wooden shelves in this monastery.

    Day 16 : Leh

    Description :

    Fullday visit of Hemis/Shey and Thiksey monastery. Leave after breakfast for fullday visit of Hemis/Shey and Thiksey monastery. Pack lunch will be served. Overnight in Hotel.

    Day 17 : Rangdum - Suru Valley

    Description :

    In the morning after breakfast, leave for Kargil by surface. Stop midway to visit the Shepherd houses and Nomadic camps. Moving forward enter the Suru Valley-the most beautiful region of Ladakh. The valley presents itself as a spectacle of breathtaking features like the majestic mountain ramparts crowned by snow capped peaks, undulating alpine slopes draining into wild mountain streams of foaming cascades of pristine water. The beauty of this region is further enhanced by the sheer contrast provided by the towering peaks of Kun and Nun which loom over the skyline in their crystalline majesty. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the camp.

    Day 18 : Kargil - Leh

    Description :

    Post breakfast, head straight to Leh by surface. On the way stop to visit the historical site of Mulbekh. Visit the Mulbekh Monastery which houses a 9 m long statue of the Maitreya Buddha, also known as the Laughing Buddha or the ‘Buddha of the future’. Later in the day visit Lamayuru monastery. After the visit resume your drive towards Leh. Upon on reaching Leh check-in at one of the listed hotels for overnight stay.

    Day 19 : Leh

    Description :

    In the morning after breakfast, start for a sightseeing tour of Leh covering famous hot spots like Phyang & Spituk, Shanker Monasteries. In the evening pay a visit to the Shanti Stupa and take a leisurely walk in the market for shopping. Overnight to be spent in your hotel in Leh.

    Day 20 : Leh :

    Description :

    On the 20th day after breakfast head for a full day excursion to the important monasteries of the Indus valley. Pay a visit to Hemis - the largest monastery in the Ladakh region. Stop midway to explore Shey and Thiksey monasteries. Thiksey monastery is situated on the top of a craggy hill while the rest of the complex sprawls down beneath it. In the afternoon return to Leh and have lunch at the hotel. In the evening proceed for shopping in the local market of Leh city. Overnight stay at the hotel.

    Day 21 : Kyamar – Tisaling

    Description :

    Energize yourself with a proper breakfast for a challenging day ahead. Begin the day with a gradual ascent towards Kumur La pass to enjoy the spectacular views of the Changthang range. While steadily descending towards the base of the next pass you may pass by nomads with their herds of sheep, yaks and goat. Take some rest and, later, proceed to the Mandalchan La pass; from here descend to the camping site at the pastureland of Tisaling.

    Day 22 : Tisaling – Ponganabu

    Description :

    Today after an early morning breakfast, move out to conquer Shibuk La the third pass situated at a height of 4900m. On reaching the top of the pass enjoy a splendid view of the surrounding mountains and Tsokar Lake. Then descend down to the valley accompanied by the shrill whistles of the shy and active marmots which forms the highlight of this harsh region. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner and overnight stay at the camps in Ponganabu.

    Day 23 : Ponganagu – Nuruchan

    Description :

    Today morning after breakfast, drive to Tsokar Lake following a dusty jeep route. Enjoy the sight of endangered migratory birds of the world along the salty shores of the Tsokar Lake. After the visit to the Toskar Lake move forward along the trail to the right of the lake and keep to a barren land until reaching Nuruchan. On reaching Nuruchan, check-in at one of our listed camps for dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 24 : Nuruchan – Gyamar Barma

    Description :

    In the morning after the breakfast, get set for a tough day ahead as you will cross the icy cold stream in Nuruchan after which you gradually start ascending to Horlam Kongka La. From the top of the pass enjoy the view of the turquoise blue Tsokar Lake. Following a 40-minute easy walk down the trail you reach Rajungkaru. Stop midway for a cup of butter tea with the nomads, after which continue to ascend to the Kyamayuru La pass. Enjoy a cold night at the Gyamar Barma.

    Day 25 : Gyamar Barma

    Description :

    Post breakfast, head to the next pass in the trail, the Kartse La pass. Ascending slowly in the thin air of the plateau, we will eventually reach the pass. The trail leads gradually down to the lush green valley of the Gyamar, where we spend our night.

    Day 26 : Gyamar – Korzok

    Description :

    Today, gradually ascend towards the highest pass on the trek. Follow the narrow valley until reaching the Yalung Nyaulung La pass. On reaching the Nyaulung La pass, enjoy the view of snowcapped mountains and the Tsomoriri Lake. We descend steeply for a couple of hours to the Korzok Phu, the summer pasture of the Korzok people. From the pasture, we continue to the Korzok, the destination of our adventure. Enjoy an overnight stay at Korzok.

    Day 27 : Departure from Delhi.

    Description :

    Take transfer to Railway station / Airport to continue journey.

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  • Package Terms & Conditions :


    • A deposit of 50% of the total price is due with your reservation. Final payments are due before the departure and for a few special trips, 30 days before your trip starts.


    • If you need to cancel a reservation, please do so in writing (best by e-mail). If we receive your cancellation more than 90 days before the starting date of the trip, we refund 100% of your deposit. Between 90 and 30 days your deposit becomes non-refundable. At less than 30 days notice (after payment is received in full), no refunds can be given. Some trips attract a minimum processing charge. Please check. The tour price is quoted as a package. No partial refunds or credit will be given for services not used. We recommend that you obtain travel insurance upon booking.


    • Our Tour Leaders take their responsibilities seriously and if a Tour Leader believes in his/her judgment that you should not participate in the trip, before your departure, even if you pass your medical, he/she may exclude you from the trip. In this circumstance you will be offered the option of taking another trip considered suitable for you or a full refund. If during a trip the Tour Leader considers you should not participate further he/she may direct you not to continue and you must follow the Tour Leader's instructions. In this case you will not be entitled to any refund. Travel insurance may compensate you depending on the circumstances.


    • Participants must be in good health and in a good physical condition. It is vital that participants with medical problems make them known to us well before departure. If you suffer from severe muscular, chest, heart or bronchial disorders, or if you are a severe asthmatic, or have high blood pressure, you are strongly advised against participating. Our trips generally take place in remote areas where there is little or no access to normal medical services or hospital facilities for serious problems. Where necessary, evacuation can be prolonged but it is difficult and expensive. Medical and evacuation expenses will be the responsibility of the participant.


    • may for any reason change the date of departure or conclusion of the tour, or it is possible that a route change, postponement or delay (either in relation to departure or to the duration of the expedition) may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the tour price (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage.


    • Package prices are based on ground costs, airfares and exchange rates.


    • The following items are excluded from the tour price: *visa, passport and vaccination charges; *departure, airport and airline taxes; *extra meals not included in the itinerary; *laundry, postage, personal clothing, medical expenses, personal travel insurance and items of a personal nature; *emergency evacuation charges; and *tips and excess baggage charges. Refer to our trip notes for full details.

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