Enchanting Ladakh with a Valley of Kashmir
Encompassed by two of the world's most glorious mountain reaches, Karakoram and Himalaya, Ladakh is an area exhibiting an engaging mix of snow-topped mountains, verdant valleys, amazingly wonderful lakes and beguiling scene. Point of fact, Ladakh can be considered as a part of the most burning traveler places in India.
Ladakh is a home to various Buddhist Monasteries. No outing can be a superior visit than an undertaking in which an extensive Ladakh agenda is mixed with an outing to Kashmir Valley. Kashmir is an empyrean for nature sweethearts. It gloats faultless districts like Kargil, Sonamarg, Srinagar, Pahalgam et cetera. This agenda is an immaculate alternative for every one of the voyagers in journey of enjoying nature's exquisiteness.
Day 01: Arrive Leh
On landing in Leh airplane terminal, our agent will be there to meet you and exchange to the pre booked lodging/visitor house for check in. Rest of the day is free for unwind and acclimatization as this is fundamental for getting acclimatized at the high elevation. At night, one can visit the vivid business sector of Leh. An overnight stay in the inn/guesthouse.
Day 02: Leh – Shey – Thiksey – Hemis Leh
Today we will be going for the touring visit to some antiquated religious communities of Leh. We will be going to Shey Gompa, Thiksey Gompa and Hemis cloister. Later return back to the lodging/guesthouse for an overnight remain.
Shey Gompa is around 15 kms from Leh. It used to be the late spring royal residence of the lords of Ladakh. There are bunches of Stupas and Gompas worked around the castle. Shey Gompa was inherent the start of seventeenth century AD by Deldan Namgyal. One of the significant attractions in Shey is the 12m Shakyamuni Buddha statue situated inside the Dresthang Gompa.
Thiksey Gompa is found near Shey and is around 17 kms from Leh. This religious community is thought to be a standout amongst the most wonderful cloisters in Ladakh and has a place with the Gelukspa request.
Hemis religious community is around 45 kms south of Leh. It is a standout amongst the most renowned and biggest religious communities in Ladakh. This lovely religious community fits in with the Drukpa arrange and was established in the mid 17′Th century. The setting is immaculate with the religious community supported in an exquisite valley, encompassed by streams and fronted by long Mani dividers.
Day 03: Leh – Lamayuru – Likir – Alchi Leh
In the morning after breakfast, we will drive to Lamayuru. From Lamayuru we will visit the Likir religious community and after that achieve Alchi. Both Alchi and Likir religious communities are situated close Saspol on the Srinagar – Leh street. An overnight stay at the lodging/tent.
Lamayuru is an entirely little town encompassed by the rough Hindukush crests however the tremendous Lamayuru Gompa, which happens to be the most well known and marvelous religious community in Ladakh totally over shadows the scene of Lamayuru.
Day 04: Alchi – Leh
The day is settled for nearby touring visit to Lamayuru, Likir and Alchi. We will begin our trip with the touring visit to Lamayuru. In the wake of investigating the towns around the region, it comes as an astonishment to find that Lamayuru is a scruffy little place. Further, we will see the lovely Alchi and Likir cloisters. These two religious communities are situated close Saspol on the Srinagar-Leh street. They house numerous enormous dirt statue of Buddha in different structures. The essential fascination of these religious communities is their 1000-year old divider painting, which makes it an extremely remunerating background. Leh
By the night, we will return back to the lodging for an overnight stay at Alchi.
Day 05: Leh – Kargil (263 kms)
In the morning, we will drive to Kargil. We will visit the Tete Spring and other intriguing spots like Suru Valley. Lying settled along the northeastern foothills of the Great Himalayan divider, the valley reaches out from Kargil town, first south ward for a length of around 45 miles and after that eastbound for another stretch of about 50 miles up to the foot of the Penzila watershed where the Suru River rises. Appreciate an overnight stay in Kargil.
Day 06: Kargil – Srinagar (216 kms)
After breakfast in the morning, we will drive to Srinagar by means of Drass, which is noted for its overwhelming snowfalls and compelling chilly. Making a course for Srinagar, Drass is a little township lying in the focal point of a valley of the same name. It is the second coldest possessed spot on the planet. Amid the spring and summer, however the valley around the township turns out to be extremely beautiful. From that point, we will drive through Sonamarg, the gold valley to Srinagar and stay in the houseboat. Leh
Day 07: Srinagar – Visit to Mughal Gardens and Shikara Ride
Today in the morning after breakfast, we will visit the world celebrated Mughal Gardens, Nishant Bagh (The greenhouse of joy) and Shalimar Bagh (Abode of affection), the Chashme Shahi, and so forth. Later, return back to the houseboat for hot lunch. After Lunch, we will visit Shankaracharya Temple and at night, take a Shikara ride on Dal Lake to appreciate the magnificence that God has graced this city with, which is frequently contrasted with Venice dusk. An overnight stay at the houseboat.
Day 08: Srinagar – Pahalgam – Srinagar (79kms)
After breakfast in the morning, we will drive to Pahalgam 2440 Meters. In transit, we will visit Saffron field and Avantipur ruins, which is eleven hundred years of age sanctuary. Pahalgam, is the most popular royal residence for Indian Film Industry. After lunch, appreciate the nature appeal of the valley. Later return back to Srinagar for an overnight stay at the houseboat.
Day 09: Srinagar – Delhi
In the morning, we will exchange you to the airplane terminal to get a flight for Delhi.
End of visit and administrations.
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