Discover Ladakh



Ladakh is a region set amidst dramatic mountains and an unforgettable surreal landscape. Explore high mountain passes, remote villages, ancient monasteries and panoramic views as you traverse through Leh, Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake on our 6 nights and 7 days Discover Ladakh holiday. This is where you realise and appreciate a unique experience that is unlike anything elsewhere in India.

Leh (2), Nubra Valley (1), Leh (1), Pangong Lake (1), Leh (1)
Arrival (Leh), Departure (Leh)



Arrive in Leh

Arrive at Leh airport. You will be transferred to your hotel, where you will take some time to acclimatize due to the increase in elevation from New Delhi to over 11,000 ft in Leh. Freshen up and in the afternoon, you can walk through the Old Town of Leh, beneath the 17th century Leh Palace and explore the nearby areas of this wonderful city.

Enjoy a great overnight stay at the hotel.


Leh Local Sightseeing

After breakfast, spend the day sightseeing and exploring the enormous Tibetan Buddhist Gompas of Shey, Thiksey and Hemis to learn about the culture and art of Leh. Shey, built in the 16th century is known for its copper-gold gilded statue of a seated Buddha Shakamuni. Next, visit the beautiful fortress monastery of Thiksey, perched atop a hill. Then, visit Hemis monastery, one of the most famous and largest monasteries of the region, after which you will drive back to the hotel in Leh. In the evening, spend some time hanging around the markets.

After a day full of exploration, enjoy your overnight stay at the hotel.


Leh – Nubra

Rise up early and get ready to visit one of the best places in India, Nubra Valley. Drive to Nubra valley (130 km, 5-6 hrs drive), via the highest motored pass in the world, Khardungla Pass. Stop at the pass, at a height of around 5,550 metres for a photo stop of the fantastic view, before driving into the Nubra valley. Drive to the camp resort and later visit the charming valley of Deskit, the tiny capital of Nubra, where you will visit the Deskit Gompa, perched on a rocky hill above the village, with a view of the entire valley. From Deskit, proceed to Hunder, passing by the double-humped Bactrian camels. In the late afternoon we will drive to the camp.

After a splendid day, stay overnight at the camps.


Nubra – Leh

Wake up among the mountains and have a lovely breakfast. After breakfast, check out from the camps and proceed to Leh (130 km, 5-6 hrs drive), crossing the Khardungla pass on the same route. You will arrive at Leh in the afternoon and check in the hotel. Spend some time at leisure and explore the local life of Leh.

Overnight stay at the hotel.


Leh – Pangong Lake

After an early breakfast, drive to a half day sightseeing tour of Pangong Lake, the highest saltwater lake in the world, via Chang La pass (130 km, 5-6 hrs drive). Enjoy the stunning backdrop of the Chang - chenmo range over the blue and green expanse of the water.

Enjoy stargazing at night and have an overnight stay at camps.


Pangong – Leh

Today, you will drive back to Leh, where you arrive in the afternoon. You can spend the day sightseeing and enjoying various other activities in Leh.

Overnight stay at the  hotel.


Departure from Leh

After an early morning breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Leh airport for your return flight.


What is included

  • Accommodation Hotel / Camp on Twin sharing basis
  • Meal Plan - Half Board at Leh Hotels / Full Board at Nubra & Pangong Camp
  • All transfer and sightseeing by 1 Non AC Innova with group as per itinerary in Leh
  • Environmental Fees (400 Included as per a new circular by the local Union Ladakh)
  • Inner line Permits Included
  • All Arrival/Departure transfer as mentioned in Itinerary
  • GST


What is excluded

  • Any medical/rescue evacuation due to mishaps
  • Entrance Fee
  • Horse Riding
  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control


Since Ladakh is a cold region and is pretty much a desert, the best time to visit would be between mid-may to mid-October. This is also the time when the weather is relatively pleasant and bearable, and the many mountain passes are open and accessible. Also camping is allowed around the Pangong Lake during this time.