Ladakh: The Land of High Passes
A place that is known for nippy winds and seething hot sunbeams, an icy fruitless district in the downpour shadow of the awesome Great Himalayas, Ladakh, is flanked by two of the world's most forcing mountain goes, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram. The district is gave with absolute tranquility and nature's glory. There are horde explanations behind an explorer to visit this to a great degree tempting some portion of area.
The agenda to the place that is known for the high passes takes the explorer to Khardung La, which is the most noteworthy motorable go on the blue planet. This visit additionally makes the visitor investigate the absolute most brilliant religious communities in Ladakh, involving Hemis, Shey and Thiksey Gompas. The visit likewise permits the voyager to investigate amazingly lovely Pangong Lake. Basically, the agenda is ideal for every one of the individuals who are a nature admirer by heart.
Day 01: Arrive Leh
On landing in Leh air terminal, our official will be there to get you at the airplane terminal and exchange to your pre booked lodging. After check in at the lodging, unwind for the entire day. This is vital for getting acclimatized. An overnight stay at the guesthouse.
Day 02: Leh – Shey – Thiksey – Hemis Leh
Today we will be going for the touring visit to some antiquated cloisters of Leh. We will be going by 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 castle of the rulers 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 delightful cloisters in Ladakh and fits in with the Gelukspa request.
Hemis religious community is around 45 kms south of Leh. It is a standout amongst the most acclaimed and biggest religious communities in Ladakh. This delightful cloister fits in with the Drukpa arrange and was established in the mid 17′Th century. The setting is immaculate with the cloister supported in an exquisite valley, encompassed by streams and fronted by long Mani dividers. Leh
Day 03: Leh – Pangong Lake (145 kms for every way)
In the morning after breakfast we will drive to Pangong Lake.
Pangong Lake in Ladakh is the most noteworthy saline lake on the planet situated at a stature of 14,256 feet over the ocean level. A couple of years back the administration chose to open it to sightseers however, the lake and its encompassing is under armed force reconnaissance. At night we will drive back to Leh for an overnight sit tight.
Day 04: Leh – Khardung La – Leh (39 Kms)
After breakfast in the morning, we will drive toward the north of Leh up to Khardung La., a mountain pass situated at a tallness of 5570 m/18380 ft. Here, we will go through one of the most elevated motorable streets of the world. In the wake of investigating the zone, we will drive back to Leh by evening. At night, one can go out for a stroll to Leh Market for the very late shopping. An overnight stay at the inn. Leh
Day 05: Leh – Lamayuru
In the morning after breakfast, we will drive towards Lamayuru and visit the Lamayuru religious community. Later appreciate an overnight stay at the inn in Lamayuru.
Day 06: Lamayuru – Likir – Leh
Today after breakfast in the morning, we will look at from the lodging and take a drive to the Likir. This is beginning stage of the Sham trek. Later drive to Leh for an overnight sit tight.
Day 07: Leh – Delhi
In the morning after breakfast, we will exchange to the air terminal to get the flight for Delhi.
End of visit and administrations.
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