Ladakh is a high- altitude plateau North of the Himalayas situated geographically in Tibet. It's a miniature version of Tibet, the people are Tibetan in their culture and religion, and there are many Tibetan refugees living there.
The Himalayas are a very effective barrier to rain: few clouds creep across their awesome height and as a result Ladakh is barren beyond belief. Only where rivers, running from faraway glaciers or melting snow, carry water to habitation. Ladakh is as dry as the Sahara.
D1: Arrival in Delhi
Pick up and transfer to hotel.
Full day sightseeing of Old and New Delhi.
D3: Delhi - Manali drive.
Overnight at hotel.
D4: Manali to Darcha drive (160 km).
Overnight at camp.
D5: Commence trek Darcha to Pal Lhamo
D6: Pal Lhamo - Ramjak
D7: Ramjak - Chumik Nakpo
D8: Chumik Nakpo - Lhakang
Over Shinkul la - 5100 m/7 hrs
D9: Lhakang - Kargiak
D10: Kargiak - Purne (3820 m)
D11: Purne - Phuktal Gompa - Purne
D12: Purne - Ichar
D13: Ichar - Mune (3760 m)
D14: Mune - Padum (3610 m)
D15: Padum - Karsha (3600 m)
D16: Karsha - Pishu (3470 m)
D17: Pishu - Hanumur (3380 m)
D18: Hanumur - Nyertse (3850 m)
Via Purfi la (3950 m) - 6 hrs
D19: Nyertse - Lingshet (4000 m)
Via Hanuma La (4950 m) - 6 hrs
D20: Day free in Lingshet for rest.
Overnight at camp.
D21: Lingshet - Camp before Singge La (4550 m)
D22: Camp before Singge La (5050 m) - Photoksar (4200 m)
D23: Photoksar - Hanupatta (3760 m)
Via Sirsir La (4850 m) - 6 hrs
D24: Hanupatta - Wanla (3250 m)
D25: Wanla - Lamayuru (3420 m/ 5 hrs)
Drive to Leh (4hrs.)
D26: Day at leisure in Leh.
D27: Morning transfer to KBR airport in Leh
Flight to Delhi. Arrive Delhi and transfer to hotel.
D28: Delhi departure (12:00 noon checkout)
Departure transfer to International airport.
What's included in this price?
-Private professional English-speaking tour guide.
-Private vehicle and Luggage Transfers.
-All necessary Ladakh travel permits.
-All accommodations, based on double-occupancy. Medium standard accommodation with attached bathroom on twin sharing basis. Guesthouse or tent in remote areas.
-Service Charge (the planning, handling, operational and communication charges) & government taxes.
-Tourists Accident/Casualty Insurance
-A container of Oxygen for emergency usage while trekking
-Yaks for transferring luggage
What's excluded in this price?
-Personal expenses such as laundry, drink, fax, telephone call, , etc.
-Gratuities, tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc.
-Single room supplement.
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