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Ladakh Special Tour

Overview

Ladakh the land of high passes lies in Jammu Kashmir state of India. Ladakh lies between the Kunlun Mountains in the north and the Himalayas in the south. While a majority of Ladakhis are Tibetan Buddhists the main inhabitants of the region are of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent. Shia Muslims are the other inhabitants of the area. The largest town in Ladakh is capital Leh. It is believed that Buddhism penetrated into Tibet from India via Ladakh. So, the culture of Ladakhis is similar of Tibetans.

Summarize circuit

Day 1: Fly from Delhi to Leh (3520m/11,545 ft)

The representative of Two Brothers trek and expedition will receive you from Leh airport and transfer to hotel. After taking rest for a while, we tour the Leh Market and Shanti Stupa. Overnight in Leh

 

Day 2: Drive from Leh to Lower Ladakh then back to Leh

After breakfast, we visit Leh Palace, Likir Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Magnetic Hill, Hall of Fame Museum and also the Confluence of Zanskar and Indus Rivers. Later in the evening, we return back to Leh. Overnight in Leh

 

Day 3: Leh to Khardong La pass (5800m/18680 ft) and back to Leh

After breakfast, we drive to Khardong La pass. We enjoy the beautiful scenery from Khardong La pass and return to Leh. Next, we visit Shey and Thikshey monasteries and explore the local market. Overnight in Leh

 

Day 4: Leh to Pangong Lake (4267 m/ 14000 ft) to Leh

After breakfast, we visit the Pangong Lake which is one of the highest and also the largest saltwater lake in the world. We explore the lake and return to Leh. Overnight in Leh

 

Day 5: Depart to Delhi

Our wonderful Ladakh tour ends today. The representative of Two Brothers Trek and Expedition will drop you at Leh airport for your journey to Delhi.

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