Ladakh is a high altitude mountainous region bounded by the Karakoram Range from the north and the Great Himalayas in the south. Often described as ‘Moonland' on account of the unique lunar landscape, Ladakh abounds in awesome physical features set in an enormous and spectacular environment. For close to a millennium, the region was an independent mountain kingdom of strategic importance. Leh, the royal capital, was a major crossroads of Asia and a stopping point on the ancient migration routes of the trans-Himalayas, connecting Central Asia with the Indian sub- continent. Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir is located in the heart of the Kashmir valley at an altitude of 1,730 m above sea level. Spread on both sides of the river Jhelum the city is famous for its natural beauty, gardens, waterfronts and houseboats. Srinagar is called the city of lakes and the Venice of the East, fascinating tourists from centuries with its beautiful picturesque Himalayan backdrop, glittering lakes that are surrounded by houseboats and Shikaras and the majesty of Mughal architecture. The very absence of order in the location of the houses and their tumbled down appearance add a peculiar charm to the scenery. It has its own quaint lifestyle, telling a panoramic fairytale tour through the snow-capped mountains and Chinar trees, while enjoying the adventurous pleasures of hiking, mountain biking, and rafting. The city is also famous for traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and dried fruits.

Trip Details


Day 1

Arrive at Srinagar and go to Hotel, Check-In and take rest. We go for Srinagar Local Sightseeing after getting acclimatized.

Day 2
Srinagar to Kargil

Kargil, a portion of the western Ladakh union territory, northwestern India, formerly part of northwestern Jammu and Kashmir state. The sector, centered on the town of Kargil, lies in the Zaskar Range of the Himalayas and abuts the LOC.

Day 3
Kargil to Leh

Wake up & post-breakfast bid farewell to Kargil. Depart for the Leh City. Overnight stay at Leh. Reach Leh and check in to the Hotel/Homestay.

Day 4
Leh to Nubra

After breakfast in the morning, head to Nubra Valley Khardung-La (The highest motorable road at 5359 mt). Nubra Valley is popularly known as Ldorma or the valley of flowers. It is situated to the north of Ladakh between the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas. Check in to the hotel and visit the Sand Dunes (cold deserts of India), take a camel safari (self-paid). Visit the Diskit village and the Monastery around.

Come back to the hotel by evening, dinner, and sleep overnight.

Day 5
Nubra to Pangong Lake

After breakfast check out, start your journey to the famous Pangong Tso via the Agam and Shyok villages. Pangong Tso which is perhaps one of the most amazing lakes in Asia changes its color 4 – 5 times a day. The Pangong Lake or “lake of the great hollow” is considered as the largest lake in Asia. The water is clearer though salty. The Crystal- clear salty water shines in many shades of blue depending upon its depth. It literally changes shades with sunlight. With a backdrop of mountains of various hues and colors, it is a sight for the Gods. At an elevation of 4300 meters, the air is cool even in summers at Ladakh. Pangong Lake is about 4 km wide on average and at least 136 Km long. The extent of the known portion is, therefore, upwards of 250 square miles (400 sq. km) Reach Pangong Lake and check in to the campsite. Dinner and sleep overnight.

Day 6
Pangong Lake to Leh

Wake up early morning to witness a mesmerizing sunrise. After having breakfast, head back to Leh. En route visit Chang-La, the 2nd highest motorable road in the world at 5350 m. Reach by evening time and explore the local market/cafes since it will the last day in Leh. Shop something for your friends/relatives back home. Come back to the hotel by evening. Dinner and sleep overnight.

Day 7
Leh to Sarchu

On the third day of our Leh valley trip, we shall go for an entire stretch from Leh to Sarchu. This stretch is the most scenic part of the entire trip as the landscape changes drastically every minute.

We will be crossing Tanglangla Pass, Gata Loops, Nakeela Pass, Pang, Moore Plains, and to reach the beautiful Sarchu campsite.

Day 8
Sarchu to Manali

On the 2nd day of the trip from Sarchu, we drive through Jispa, Keylong, Tandi, Sissu and head towards Manali.
Considered to be the last village in Lahaul Valley, Jispa is the perfect hideout if you are looking for some peace and calm. The village is also the pit stop for travelers making their way to Leh. We will be crossing Baralacha La Pass and Atal Tunnel to reach Manali

It’s been a great journey. And it’s not the end. On the contrary, it’s the beginning. It’s the beginning of a promise to return to the fascinating Himalayan valleys where you made friends for life with its people, the colors of the landscape, the smell of fresh air, the gaze of the millions of stars, and your always-smiling friends.

Package Price

1 Bike 1 Person: ₹37, 500/- per person

1 Bike 2 Person: ₹27, 500/- per person

SUV: ₹27, 500/- per person

Own Bike Own Fuel: ₹20, 500/- per person


8 days / 7 nights
1 Bike 1 Person: ₹37, 500/- per person
1 Bike 2 Person: ₹27, 500/- per person
SUV: ₹27, 500/- per person
Own Bike Own Fuel: ₹20, 500/- per person
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