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Ladakh, Nubra Valley & Pangong Lake

Ladakh, Nubra Valley & Pangong Lake

€1200 per person

If there is a breathtaking journey for the beauty of its landscapes, this is it!. High mountain villages, cold desert, white sand dunes, turquoise lakes surrounded by steep mountain ranges … A real paradise for lovers of wild landscapes and a delight for the eye of the photographer.


We will start this 7-day trip in Leh, the capital of Ladakh and then enter the Nubra Valley through a splendid long winding road. We will spend a night in Sumur, a cold desert with white sand dunes surrounded by soaring mountains.


The next day we will head to the enchanted Pangong Lake. Along the way, we will stop at Hunder, which is also reputed for its white sand dunes and then at Diskit in order to visit its 14th century monastery. After admiring the turquoise lake of Pangong, we will drive to the monastery of Hemis where we will settle and spend one peaceful night.


On the way back, we will stop off at the monastery of Chemrey, which crowns the hill of the same name. We’ll return to Leh via the Thiksey monastery known for its imposing Maitreya statue of 15 meters high.

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Day 1

Arrival in Leh

Namaste! We welcome you warmly at Leh Airport. You will be taken to the hotel where you can rest and acclimate to the high altitude (3500 m). Depending on your arrival time and your acclimatization, we will go for the visit of the Shanti Stupa. Overnight in Leh.
Day 2

Visit of Leh and surroundings

This day is devoted to the visit of the city. We will begin with the Leh Palace, built in the 17th century on the model of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. We will then go right next door to Tsemo Fort, which houses a 10m high golden statue of Buddha Maitreya. We will then take the road to visit the Spituk Monastery, which overlooks the Indus Valley and houses a statue of Vajrabhairava. The ferocious face of the goddess is unveiled only at the annual Spituk festival, also known as Gustor. We will also visit the Stok Palace, residence of the descendants of King Sengge Namgyal. On the way back, we will stop at the monastery and palace of Shey, formerly used as the summer residence of the kings of Ladakh. Overnight in Leh.
Day 3

Leh - Sumur (Nubra Valley)

Departure for the fascinating Nubra Valley. The road that leads to it is winding but splendid especially after having passed the Khardung La Pass (5,602 m), which is said to be the highest mountain accessible by road. We will then drive down to Diskit, which we will visit the next day. We will stop at a camp in Sumur, a cold desert with white sand dunes framed by steep impressive mountains. Overnight in Sumur.
Day 4

Sumur - Diskit - Pangong Lake (via Agam and Shyok)

Departure for the Pangong Lake. On the way, we will stop at Hunder, which has other white sand dunes, and at Diskit to visit its 14th century monastery facing a gigantic 30-meter high Maitreya coloured statue. We will pass the cities of Agam and Shok and arrive at the turquoise lake of Pangong in late afternoon. Overnight at a camp in Pangong.
Day 5

Pangong - Hemis via Chemrey monastery

After breakfast, we will still enjoy the beauty of the lake and then we will go to the monastery of Hemis where we will spend a night. En route, we will stop at the monastery of Chemrey crowning the hill of the same name which, with its terraced houses, somewhat resembles one of our medieval European villages. Arrival at Hemis. This Buddhist monastery is one of the most remarkable in Ladakh. Nestled in a gorge, 47 km from Leh, it is accessed by winding roads through beautiful mountain scenery. It contains a large library of Tibetan books and a very impressive collection of precious thangkas. Overnight in Hemis.
Day 6

Hemis - Leh via Thiksey

After breakfast, we will go for a short walk of 3 km above the monastery that will take us to a sacred hermitage, anterior to the monastery of Hemis, where we can see, engraved in the rock, the footprints of the lama Gyalwa Kotsang who was once the resident of this hermitage. Departure for Leh via the Thiksey monastery known for its 15 meters high imposing statue of Maitreya (the future Buddha), the largest in Ladakh. It was installed to commemorate the visit of the 14th Dalai Lama in 1970. Arrival at Leh. Overnight in Leh.
Day 7


End of the trip ... Unless you want to continue with us till the Zanskar Valley ... See you again. Namaste.
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