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The trek from Rumtse to Tso Moriri is one of the most beautiful treks in Ladakh. It takes you through the Changthang region, a high-altitude plateau that has unique landscapes and stunning lakes like Tsokar and Tsomoriri. This region is home to nomads with their pashmina goats and yaks. It’s an exceptional trek, but demanding because of the crossing of numerous high passes above 5000m.
Day 1 : Delhi - Leh (3501m)
Our Services Start with Your Arrival At Leh Airport. Meet & Greet and Transfer to the Hotel. Welcome Drink On Arrival. We Recommend You Completely Relax for the Rest of the Day to Enable Yourselves to Acclimatize to the Rarefied Air At the High Altitudeanda Successful Trek in Ladakh Requires You to Acclimatize Well with High Altitude, Tourist Can Explore the Leh Market and Shanti Stupa in the Evening Only if You Feel Fine. O/n Hotel.
Day 2 : Leh (full Day Monasteries & Palaces Tour) 112kms
After Breakfast Take a Full Day Excursion to Renowned Monasteries and Palaces of Ladakh Region. Founded in 1433 By Palden Sherab, Thiksey Monastery the Beautiful Village of Thiksey, Dominated By An Imposing Gelugpa Monastery. this Thiksey Monastery Majestically Overlooks the Valley, a Magnificent Group of About 80 Monks; Discovery of the Beautiful Inner Courtyard Which Distributes Access to the Various Temples. the Most Amazing is Certainly the Temple of Maitreya with Its Gigantic Interior Statue Which Covers all Floors of the Building. to Join the Next Site, We Will Take the Path of School Children.
founded in 1632 By Lama Staktsang Raspa, Visit Hemis Monastery, It is a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery of the Drukpa Lineage. the Monastery Houses An Amazing Collection of the Age-old Relics such as the Idol of Lord Buddha Made Up of Copper Gilt, Gold and Silver Stupas It Holds the Distinction of Being the Biggest as Well as the Wealthiest Monastery of Ladakh. the Annual Hemis Festival Honoring Padmasambhava is Held Here in June.
on the Way Back to Leh Visit Shey (built in 17th Century By King Deldan Namgyal) Capital of Ancient Ladakh, is An Interesting Complex Whose Importance is Still Measured By the Quality of the Paintings and the Astonishing Quantity of Chortens or other Votive Monuments that Surround It, Especially the Copper Gilt Statue of Lord Buddha. the Rock-carved Statue of Five Buddha Can Be Seen Below the Palace On the Roadside, Which Was Probably Carved During the Reign of Singay Namgyal.
and the Stok Palace Built in 1825th By King Tsespal Tundup Namgyal , Residence of the Present Kings of Ladakh. Transformed Into a Museum, the Collections Presented Evoke a Recent Past Where the Royal Family Ruled Over this Valley. O/n Hotel.
Day 3 : Leh - Lower Indus Valley –lamayuru (3510m) 152kms
After Breakfast Drive to Lamayouru Enroute Visit Likir, also Known as Lu-khyil Gompa, the Likir Monastery Was Ordered to Built By the 5th King of Ladakh Lhachen Gyalpo and Was Thus Founded By Lama Duwang Chosje in 1065. the Monastery is of the Gelugpa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, Visit Alchi Temple Renowned as the Oldest Buddhist Learning Centre, the Alchi Gompa is One of the Magnificently Built Monasteries in Ladakh. Located 70 Kilometres West of Leh On the Banks of the Indus River, It is also the Largest and Most Famous of the Gompas Built By Tibetan Translator Rinchen Zangpo in 11th Century, Continue Drive to Visit the Mesmerizing Moon Landscapes and the Lamayuru Monastery Renowned as Tharpa Ling Which Means the ‘place of Freedom’; Lamayuru Monastery is One of the Oldest Monasteries in Ladakh. Arahat Nimagon Blessed the Site and Naropa Founded the Monastery in the 11th Century. O/n Hotel
Day 4 : Lamayuru-Leh (3501) 130kms
After the Breakfast Drive to Leh, Visit Rizong, According to Popular Belief, Guru Padmasambhava Along with other Lamas Used to Meditate in the Caves Around Rizong in Isolation, Surviving On Two Times Meal a Day and Avoiding Any Contact with the Outside World. Before Building the Monastery in 1831, Lama Tsultim Nima Started a Hermitage At the Site to Teach Monks About Buddhism, Visit a Nunnery, Known as Chulichan (chomoling), is Under the Cover of the Monastery, Where 20 Nuns or the Chomos Reside and Worship At the Temples of the Monastery, Perform Chores like Milking, Spinning Wool and Getting Oil for the Temple Lamps. Arrive At Leh By Evening. O/n Hotel
Day 5 : Rumtse – Kyamar (4498m) 4hrs
Elevation Gain +298m / Elevation Loss -0m
after Having Breakfast to Drive to Rumste Which is About 2 Hours Drive. On Same Day We Continue Our Trekking to Kyamar, Follow the Trail to Kyamar Which Was Once Known as the Salt Road. Through this Valley, the Salt from Tsokar Was Transported to Leh and the Indus Valley. the Sceneries and Landscapes are Different from the Rest of Ladakh. O/n Camp.
Day 6 : Kyamar - Kyamar La (5050m)-mandalchan La(5200m)-teysaling (4900m) 6-7hrs
Elevation Gain +786m / Elevation Loss -384m
move Upwards Gradually Towards the Kyamar La and Enjoy the Fantastic View of the Changthang Region from the Pass. Climb Down Towards Tiri Doksa, a Temporary Shelter for the Shepherds ,Keep to the Trail and Climb the Mandalchan La and Then Climb Down to Teysaling. O/n Camp.
Day 7 : Teysaling-shibuk La(5280m)-ponganagu (4645m) 6hrs
Elevation Gain +377m / Elevation Loss -666m
follow the Trail as It Slowly Begins to Gain Elevation Towards the Shibuk La. Enjoy the Spectacular View of Tsokar Lake from the Pass. Walk Down to Ponganagu Near Tsokar Lake. this Area is Well Known to Observe Wildlife such as Migratory Birds, Kyang (wild Asses), Marmots and Ibex. O/n Camp.
Day 8 : Ponganagu-nuruchan (4670m) 5-6hrs
Elevation Gain +173m / Elevation Loss -145m
continue Your Trek Walking Along the West Side of Tsokar Lake Where You Might Be Able to Spot Black Necked Cranes and Brahmini Ducks. Tsokar is also Called “white Lake” Because of the Salt that Get Deposited On Its Banks. Trek to Nuruchan. O/n Camp.
Day 9 : Nuruchan-Kyamayuri La (5400m)-Gyamar Barma (5175m) 7-8hrs
Elevation Gain +855m / Elevation Loss -340m
you Will Be Crossing Two Passes Today (horlam Kongka La and Kyamayuri La) to Reach Gyamar Barma. On the Way, You Will Meet Several Nomad Families with Their Yaks, Sheep and Goats. O/n Camp.
Day 10 : Gyamar Barma-Kartse La-Gyamar (5140m) 3hrs
Elevation Gain +213m / Elevation Loss -251m
after Crossing the Kartse La, Walk Down Towards the Gyamar Valley. O/n Camp.
Day 11 : Gyamar-Yalung Nyau La-(5420m) Korzok (4500m) 5-6hrs
Elevation Gain +300m / Elevation Loss -905m
cross the Yalung Nyau La, the Highest Pass of the Trek and have a Great View of Tso Moriri Lake from the Top. Walk Down to Korzok Village, On the Bank of Tsomoriri. O/n Camp.
Day 12 : Tsomoriri (4500m)
In the Morning Visit Korzok Monastery (found in 1861 By Lama Kunga Lodos Nyingbo) Village with Its Houses and Its Gompa Appearing like a “mirage”. the Few Barley Fields At Korzok Must Be among the Highest Cultivation in the World and Today You Will Visit the Korzok Monastery and this is the Village Where Nomad People Has Concrete House, Explore the Village and Walk Around the Lake or Possibility of a Walk On the Heights to Embrace the Landscape and Increase the Chances of Seeing Wildlife. Back to Camp. O/n Camp.
Day 13 : Tsomoriri-leh (3501) 230kms
The Road Goes to Kyagar Pass Before Driving Into the Indus Gorge. from Mahe , Multicolored Rocks Over Hang Us Over 1000 Meters, also On the Way Visit Chumathang Hot Sulphur Springs We Find the Plain of Leh At the Level of Upshi. O/n Hotel.
Day 14 : Leh
Free day for personal activities. O/N hotel
Day 15 : Leh-delhi
Early Morning Transfer to Leh Airport to Board Flight Back to Destination. Tour Ends with Sweets Memories.
for the More Adventurous a Drive to Either Manali or Srinagar Can also Be Arranged On Request. the Road Journey is Covered in Two or More Days with An Overnight Halt At Either Sarchu or Jispa, Which Lies On the Leh-manali Highway, or Kargil, Which Lies On the Leh-srinagar Highway.
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