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Short description: A beautiful trekking that departs from the high-altitude Tsomoriri Lake, taking one over the high Parang La pass into the Spiti Valley, finishing at Kibber village. Spiti resembles Ladakh & Zangskar in its Tibetan-style Buddhist culture and has many interesting monasteries to visit.Any flight tickets.
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Day 1 : Arrival
Early morning flight from Delhi to Leh, transfer to hotel and rest.
Day 2 : Morning sightseeing
Shanti Stupa, and Sangkar Spituk monasteries..
Day 3 : Ladakh
Sightseeing around Sham, the lower part of Ladakh, visiting the Likir and Alchi monasteries.
Day 4 : Leh - Rumtse (2 hrs drive + 3 hrs
sight seeing Visit Shey, Thicksey and Hemis monasteries en route, evening camp at Rumtse village.
Day 5 : Rumtse - Kyamar 4050 m (3/4 hrs)
we have a short walk on a rather flat terrain to aid acclimatization. We will camp overnight at lush Kyamar, near a spring.
Day 6 : Kyamar - Tisaling 4200 m (6-7 hrs)
We should be fully energized today with proper breakfast for a challenging day ahead. We begin with gradual ascent towards our first pass of Kumur La (4800 m), which gives a spectacular view of the Changthang range with its colorful rife of mountain. After the pass, we steadily descend towards the base of the next pass. Here we might come across nomads with their herds of sheep, goats and yaks. After a short rest, we set out for Mandalchan La (4850 m). From this pass it's an easy descend to the camping site at the pastureland of Tisaling.
Day 7 : Tisaling - Ponganabu 4250 m (6 hrs)
By now, we are well acclimatized to conquer our third pass, the Shibuk La (4900 m), and about 2-hour journey. From the top of the pass, we have an incredible view of the surrounding mountains and of our next destination, Tsokar Lake. With a breathtaking view to ease our exhaustion, we head down towards the valley accompanied by the shrill whistles of the shy and active marmots, which is characteristic of this harsh region. It's approximately a 4 hrs walk to the Tsokar basin, and our camp for the night will be the windy Pongunabu.
Day 8 : Ponganagu - Nuruchan 4300 m (6 hrs)
Today is an easy day, and we follow a dusty jeep road towards Tsokar Lake. Along the salty shores of the lake, we have a rare impeccable opportunity to see some of the endangered migratory birds of the world. From here we carry on along the trail to the right of the lake, keeping to a barren land until Nuruchan, where we will be welcomed by a grassy land with streams nearby.
Day 9 : Nuruchan- Gyamar Barma 5100 m (7-8 hrs)
We have to get set for a tough day ahead. We will cross the icy cold stream in Nuruchan before gradually ascending Horlam Kongka La (4900 m). From the pass, we will have a view of the turquoise blue Tsokar. After an easy 40-minute walk down to Rajungkaru, we will encounter several typical Tibetan nomads with their flock of yaks, sheep and pashmina goats. Following the stream for about 50 minutes, we will enter another nomad settlement. These nomads are of Western Tibetan origin. we will continue to ascend the Kyamayuru La (5410 m); this pass is challenging in nature, but the magnificent view from the top makes it well worth all our strenuous efforts. From the pass we descend gradually to the valley towards our campsite at Gyamar Barma (5150 m). Due to the campsite's high altitude, bad weather can make night temperature freezing.
Day 10 : Gyamar Barma - Gyamar 5200 m (3-4 hrs)
When we open our eyes in the morning, we will find ourselves amidst a herd of grazing yaks. After breakfast, we head to our next pass, Kartse La (5300 m). 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 11 : Gyamar - Korzok 4500 m (6-7 hrs)
Today, we gradually ascend towards the highest and final pass on the trek. Following the narrow valley until the Yalung Nyaulung La (5450 m), we will see some of the rare flowers and herbs of the Himalayan region. The fragrances will astonish you! To our right we can view snowcapped mountains and from the top of the pass we will also have a view of the lake Tsomoriri, surrounded by snowcapped mountains. 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 (Tsomoriri lake), the destination of our adventure.
Day 12 : Korzok
One day rest in Korzok.
Day 13 : Korzok to Kyangdam
Korzok to Kyangdam 4 hours. All day walking along the shore of lake Tsomoriri, reaching Kyangdam at the south end of Tsomoriri with a nice camp side.
Day 14 : Kyangdam to Nurboo
Kyangdam to Nurboo Sumdo 4-5 hours. After breakfast cross the river, seeing Skyang and other animals. Nurboo Sumdo is reached just after passing a spring and crossing a stream.
Day 15 : Nurboo Sumdo
Nurboo Sumdo to Getpa Buzak 5-6 hours. Cross the Parang Chu and walk along the river on your left heading south. It is an easy ascend towards Parang La, thereafter only few more gentle ups and downs before halting for the night.
Day 16 : Getpa Buzak to Tharang Yokma
Getpa Buzak to Tharang Yokma 5-6 hours. Walk to Tharang Yokma along several ups and downs, but no major ascents.
Day 17 : KharsaTharang Yokma
to KharsaTharang Yokma Gongma 4-5 hours. Walk through an arid landscape and then along the river until reaching a big rock beside the trail. Cross the Parang Chu and camp.
Day 18 : Kharsa Yogma
Kharsa Yogma to Dak Ldan 6 hours. Start ascending towards Parang La. Cross Parang chu after two hours, walking up to the right side of glacier, then turn right to the top of Parang La (5600m), the highest pass on this trek. The other side of the pass is very steep. Dak Ldan is reached half an hour later.
Day 19 : Dak Ladan to Tangltak
Dak Ladan to Tangltak 4-5 hours. Walk down to the stream and head east along the stream. The gorge is very narrow and Thangltak is reached after a steep ascend to the pastures.
Day 20 : Thangltak
Thangltak to Kibber 4 hours. After breakfast walk eastwards over a small pass then head south till you see a small village. Cross the river and reach Kibber.
Day 21 : Manali
Jeep to Manali with a stop to visit Ki Gompa. A spectacular ride including the famous passes of Kunzum La (4551m) and legendary Rohtang Pass (3878m).
Day 22 : Manali
Rest day in Manali or visit Manali by walk. evening Bus to Delhi
Day 23 : Departure
Return to Delhi and depart to Europe in evening.
|For 02 persons, 3000 euros||per personnes 1500 euros|
|For 03 persons, 4050 euros,||per personnes 1350 euros|
|For 04 persons, 5000 euros||per personnes 1250..euros,|
|For 05 persons, 5750 euros||per personnes 1150..euros,|
|For 06 persons, 6600 euros||per personnes 1100..euros|
|For 07 persons, 7350 euros||per personnes 1050..euros|
|For 08 persons, 8000 euros||per personnes 1000..euro|
|For 09 persons, 8550 euros||per personnes 950..euro.|
|For 10, persons, 9000 euros||per personnes 900..euro.|
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