District Leh is located at a height of between 2300 metres and 5000 metres above sea level and is one of the largest districts in the nation, having a total size of 45100 square kilometres. The entire district is covered in mountains, including the three parallel Himalayan ranges of Zanskar, Ladakh, and Karakoram. The Shayok, Indus, and Zanskar rivers flow between these ranges, and the majority of the population resides in their valleys. Are you thinking about travelling to Ladakh? During the visit, there are many considerations that must be made. Arooha tours & travel may relieve you of all the difficulties, leaving you with nothing but happiness and recollections.
Ladakh, also known as the “Land of Passes,” is a captivating region that satisfies all types of travelers. Ladakh, a former kingdom, is incredibly run-down. Arid mountains, spectacularly capped granite outcrops, picturesque gompas, meditative mani walls, and various coloured flags are just a few of the many locations that best capture Ladakh’s beauty. The well-balanced Ladakhi traditional community has much to teach the West regarding ecological consciousness.
Incredibly varied landscape, including steep terrain, high-altitude peaks, and lush green plains, characterise Ladakh. Due to the abundance of hike trails and hiking possibilities in Ladakh, adventure seekers from all over the world visit this region. It is viewed as a place similar to heaven by anyone looking for a place to satiate their insatiable appetite for adventure. Ladakh offers a wide range of adventure activities in addition to trekking, including motorcycling, river rafting, safaris, etc.
Ladakh, the home of Tibetan Buddhism, is located amid snow-capped mountains. Numerous vibrant monasteries are scattered throughout it. Alchi and the Nubra Valley are two of the most well-known tourist destinations in Ladakh. In addition to this, Ladakh is a region well known for its rich history and culture. Rare fauna, such as the Tibetan antelope, ibex, and yak, call it home. Ladakh, which is yet untainted by modernity, is where you may immediately interact with the tranquilly and nature around you and feel as though time has stopped.
Our representative will welcome you when you arrive at Leh Airport and drive you to your accommodation. You can take advantage of the day off to relax and acclimatise. By doing so, you’ll be able to learn about the high-altitude climate while also exploring the town of Leh. In Leh, spend the night at a hotel.
Depart for a half-day tour after breakfast to the Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill, Hall of Fame, and Sangam View, where the Indus and Zanskar rivers converge. In the afternoon, a driver would take you back to the hotel. View the sunset close to Shanti Stupa after visiting the Leh Palace in the evening.. Leh hotel stay for the night.
You will be driven to the Nubra Valley after an early breakfast. Visit Khardung-la-pass, at 18,380 feet, the world’s highest motorable road, on the way. The valley of flowers, or Ldorma, is another name for Nubra Valley. It is located between the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas, to the north of Ladakh. When you get to Hunder, check into the hotel or camp. Visit Diskit Village afterwards and have a camel ride through the dunes. Dinner and a night spent at the camp or hotel.
After breakfast, a journey via the villages of Tangste, Shyok, and Durbuk will take you to Pangong Lake. The Changthang district of Ladakh, east of Leh, is home to Pangong Lake, one of the most spectacular lakes in Asia that undergoes four to five colour changes each day. In the evening, take in the breathtaking view of Pangong Lake. Visit the Pangong Lake Camp for the evening.
After breakfast, depart from the camp and take the Changla Pass (17500 feet) to Leh. While travelling, visit the monasteries in Hemis, Shey, and Thiksey. Free time for personal interests and leisure this evening. Stay in the hotel for the night.
Check out of the hotel and you’ll be driven to the Leh Airport following breakfast. This is where your wonderful Ladakh tour comes to an end.