Srinagar | Kargil | Leh | Turtuk | Nubra valley | Pangong

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Day 1: Arrival Srinagar
Arrive at Srinagar Airport; a representative will greet you upon arrival at Srinagar, transfer you to the hotel, and Check-in into the hotel. Day for Sightseeings. Visit Dal Lake, this lake covers an area of 18 square kilometers and is part of a natural wetland including its floating gardens. After that visit Shalimar Baugh it is a famous shore line garden in the vicinity. Dinner and overnight at Srinagar. (Visits and site seeing are subject to availability as per flight timings.


Day 2: Srinagar to Kargil (204 Kms)
In the Morning after breakfast proceed to Kargil via Sonmarg and Zojila Pass. Visit on the way Drass war Memorial reached Kargil, Dinner, and overnight at Kargil.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 3: Kargil to Leh (220 Kms)
In the morning after breakfast Proceed to Leh. On the way visit Lamayuru Monastery, which is a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery and is one of the largest and oldest gompas in Ladakh, with a population of around 150 permanent monks resident. Mulbekh is located before Lamayuru, where right next to the highway you will see a 9m tall rock carved Buddha Statue. Arrive, Leh, proceed to the hotel. Overnight at Leh.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 4: Leh Local Sightseeing.
In the Morning after breakfast leave for local sightseeing. Visit the Pathar Sahib. It is a beautiful Gurudwara constructed in the memory of Guru Nanak. After that visit to Magnetic Hill are another wonder and must-visit location. The two colors of the Indus and Zanskar rivers can be distinctly seen at the confluence. It is an amazing place to sit, relax, and enjoy a picnic with family and friends. The Hall of Fame is a must-visit for every patriotic Indian. It has been built by the Indian army in memory of soldiers who lost their lives in the Kargil war. After that Visit to Leh Palace, this Palace provides panoramic views of Leh and surrounding areas, it holds a rich collection of jewelry, Ornaments, Ceremonial dresses, and Crowns. Overnight at Leh.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 5: Leh to Turtuk (202 Kms)
Early morning drive to Turtuk village with drive landscape, Exotic village. Turtuk this village is about 115 km from Nubra valley and can take about 3 to 4 hours to reach here, the total population of Turtuk is just 4000 and follow Islam as about 40 years back this village was under Pakistan and speak Baltistan language, explore this beautiful village and explore the life here, we will go for a walk around the village and also meet the people. Later come back to Hunder village. Overnight at the camps or Hotel.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 6: Turtuk to Nubra (160 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley popularly known as Dorma or “the valley of flowers” via Khardung la pass the highest motorable road in the world (18,380 feet). Visit Diskit Monastery Keep driving through Shyok River and reach Hundur by late afternoon and you can enjoy a Double Hump Camel safari in the evening (optional). Dinner and Overnight stay in Nubra Valley.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 7: Nubra to Pangong via Shayok River (153 Kms).
After enjoying the beauty and the captivating views of the Nubra Valley, we get ready to check another location that would leave us awestruck off our list – The Pangong Lake! We begin our ride post-breakfast towards the ink blue lake, taking the unexplored and untouched Shayok village route. This route is famous for its waterfalls, and the beautiful scenic view. The first view of the lake will leave you spellbound and as we breathe that in, we continue towards our campsite near the lake. A sumptuous dinner with a chit-chat session would bring an end to the day. Overnight Stay in Camps.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 8: Pangong to Leh via Changla Pass (160 Kms).
In the morning after breakfast Proceed to Leh via Changla Pass 17,688 ft. Second Highest motorable Road in the World. En route Visit Hemis & Thiksey Monastery. Overnight at Leh.
(Breakfast & Dinner)


Day 9: Leh Fly Out.
In the morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and fly home with plenty of memories.


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