Day 1 - Arrival at Leh Ladakh
Tour Guests will arrive at Leh Airport as per their Scheduled flight. Upon arrival they will meet Lestacworld's operator at the airport and proceed to Hotel. Today we have free time for adjustments. In the evening we enjoy short Meet & Greet session.
Day 2 Leh – Alchi – Lamayuru – Kargil (1 Night)
Today we proceed to Kargil via Fotu La Pass and Namki La pass. Kargil is known as the location of the Indo-Pakistani border war of 1999 En route we visit Patthar Sahib Gurudwara - a beautiful Gurudwara sahib constructed in the memory of Guru Nanak, Magnetic Hill – also known as Gravity Hill where vehicles defy the force of gravity, Sangam of the rivers Indus & Zanskar - two of Himalaya's great rivers; Zanskar and Indus merge to form a spectacular view, Alchi Gompa - known for its magnificent and well preserved 11th & 12th century wall paintings, Moon land - the land resembles that of moon, Lamayuru Monastery - one of the largest and oldest gompas in Ladakh. In the evening we arrive at Kargil.
Day 3 - Leh – Pangong Lake – Leh (158 Km / 5 hrs – One way)
After breakfast, proceed for a trip to Pangong Lake – longest high altitude lake in Himalayas with 60% of it being in China. En-route visit Thiksey Monastery. Evening back to leh. Overnight stay at hotel in Leh.
Day 4- Kargil – Drass – Leh (1 Night)
Today we proeed to Drass, here we visit Drass War Memorial, also known as Vijay Memorial – built in the memory of the martyr soldiers of the 1999 Kargil War. Then we visit Mulbekh Monastery. In the evening we arrive at Leh.
Day 5- Nubra Valley – Turtuk – Thang – Nubra Valley
Today we proceed to Turtuk village which was first opened for the tourists in the year 2010, while visiting Turtuk we see Thoise Airport (Military Airfield), then we visit Turtuk wooden bridge, Turtuk monastery, late we walk through Baltic village. Further we visit Thang village (Subject to operation)- Northern most last village at LOC. Here we take a photo stop at LOC point
Day 6- Nubra Valley – Pangong Tso – Durbuk (1 Night)
Today we proceed to Pangong Tso, also known as Pangong Lake - one of the world's highest saltwater lakes. The most notable feature of this lake are its ever-changing hues. The lake acts as an important breeding ground for a large variety of migratory birds like Brahmani Ducks, Rare black necked cranes and Seagulls. Later we proceed to Durbuk.
Day 7- Durbuk – Leh
Today we Proceed to Leh via Changla pass, one of the highest motor-able road in the world. The name Changla pass literally means "Northern Pass" (Chang means north and La means Pass). En route we visit Hemis Gompa – a Himalayan Buddhist monastery which is believed to be the wealthiest and the biggest monastery in Leh and Photo stop at Thiksey monastery. In the evening, we enjoy the folk dance show
Day 8 - Tours in Leh
Today we visit Shey Palace – used to be the summer retreat of the royal family of Ladakh, Sindhu Darshan - one of the longest rivers in Asia Hall of Fame War Museum – a museum constructed by the Indian Army in memory of the brave Indian soldiers who laid down their lives defending the motherland in the Indo-Pak wars. Shanti Stupa – built by the Japanese monks to promote world peace Later we have free time for shopping.
Day 9 - Departure from Leh
Your stay in the beautiful valley and terrain ends here , make sure to your belongings with you before checking out from hotels.