Leh- Ladakh Tours 9N /10D

Leh-Ladakh  ( 09 nights / 10 days)  Ladakh is a high altitude desert area and called Little Tibet. Tourist season starts from April to second week of October.

  • April : 3 – 10 Degree Celsius
  • May - June : 7 – 15 Degree Celsius
  • July – August : 10 – 20 Degree Celsius
  • September : 15 – 10 Degree Celsius
  • Oct – Dec : 10 – Minus 15 Degree Celsius
  • Dec – March : Minus 35 to 0 Degree Celsius
  • No rain is expected in the region as this is a rain shadow area but in last few years it’s raining and sometime heavily raining during the monsoon – July and August.

Destinations :   1. Monasteries in and around Leh

 a. Alchi Monastery,  b. Bardan Monastery,  c. Diskit Monastery, d. Hemis monastery, e. Lamayuru Monastery,  f. Shey Monastery,  g. Stongdey Monastery,   h. Thiksey Monastery , 2. Nubra Vally , 3. Pangong Tso ,  4. Tso Moriri,  5. Tso kar, 6. Lamayuru Valley,         7. Da Hanu Village, 8. Zanskar Valley, 9. Stok Kangri Peak, 10. Turtuk

 

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Sightseeing

  • Alchi Monastery

    is a Buddhist monastery, known more as a monastic complex (chos-'khor) of temples in Alchi village in the Leh District.

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  • Bardan Monastery

    one could see the ancient festival masks and the old handmade copper prayer wheel. Located in remote zanskar Bardan can be visited during a adventure trip to Zanskar.

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  • Diskit Monastery

    is located 150 km north of Leh city, the capital city of Ladakh on a hill, just above the flood plains of the Shayok River in Diskit village more than 10000 ft above sea level. Khalsar is a small town agead of Khardung La.

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  • Hemis monastery
    1. is believed to be the wealthiest monastery in Leh, it is also the biggest gompa in Leh. The monatery is believed to have been in existence since the 11 th century.
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  • Lamayuru Monastery
    1. Located on the main Kargil Leh highway between Bodhkharbu and Kha-la-che, on a steep rock mountain Lamayuru is amongst the oldest monateries in Leh.
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  • Shey Monastery
    1. is a monastery located about 20 km north of Padum on the road to Zangla. Perched on a rocky front, it is the second largest monastery of Zanskar after Karsha
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  • Stongdey Monastery
    1. is located 15 kilometers from Leh town on the Leh - Manali road. Shey palace and the monastery was built in the sixteenth century AD. The monastery enshrines the Du Khang with an almost 10 meter high gilder copper statue of Lord Buddha.
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  • Thiksey Monastery

    Located to the north of Indus river on a hilltop Thiksey monastery built in 1430 AD belongs to Gelukpa Order of Buddhism.  Lakhang Nyerma a temple dedicated to Goddess Dorje Chenmo is within the Thiksey monastery.

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  • Nubra Vally

    is one of the MUST VISIT places in Ladakh especially if you are visiting for the first time. Nubra Valley is among the sub-districts in Ladakh, located in North East side having Diskit Village as the its main headquarters.

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  • Pangong Tso

    is a lake in theHimalays  situated at a height of about 4,250 m (13,900 ft). It is 134 km (83.3 mi) long and extends from Ladakh to China.   

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  • Tso Moriri

    Tso Moriri is a spectacular site amidst mountian ranges in Leh and thanks to its serenity, is a good place to relax. Located in a one of the most beautiful places in India.

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  • Lamayuru Valley

     Moon valley - west ofLeh towan towards Leh Srinagar Highway The journey from Lamayuru to Leh leads most of the time in relatively wide valley of Indus, but you will enjoy here also the ride in a narrow gorge. The views are mostly into arid Ladack mountains north of Indus. 

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  • Da Hanu Village

    The Brogpas are small community of Dard people residing in the Dha-Hanu valley about 163 kms Southwest of Leh in Ladakh, India. They are a small community.

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  • Zanskar Valley

    is a subdistrict or tehsil  of the Kargil district, which lies in the eastern half of the Indian  state of  Jammu & Kashmir.  The administrative centre is Padum, Zanskar, together with the neighbouring region of Ladakh, was briefly a part of the kingdom of Guge in Western Tibet.

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  • Stok Kangri Peak

    in the village of Stok and around 15 km southwest of the Ladakhi capital of Leh. Despite its altitude, Stok Kangri is a popular peak and is often climbed as an initial non-technical foray into high altitude mountaineering

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  • Turtuk

    was under control of Pakistan  since independence of both countries. India took the control during Indo-Pakistan war  of 1971.  The two countries once again had massive conflict around this area in 1999 during  Kargil War.

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