Situated in the far north, on the ancient silk route, Ladakh is famous for its Tibetan Buddhist culture and traditions that have remain unchanged and hidden for centuries. Age-old monasteries and villages lie nestled in its unique lunar landscape of arid mountains, high passes, plateaus and deep valleys making for unexpected and striking encounters. We begin with a spectacular flight over the Himalayas to Leh, the capital of Ladakh. We spend the first two days acclimatizing to the high altitude (3,500mabove sea level), with gentle sightseeing in and around Leh before heading out to the highest motor-able road in the world negotiating Khardung La (pass) at 5602m, with fabulous panoramic views of the Himalayas. Following our Trip we reach close to the most picturesque place that you will visit in these six- days Ladakh trip is beyond doubt, the Pangong Lake, with its blue water and color changing mountains forming the backdrop, this lake would take your breath away. The last day of the tour passes through the beautiful landscape with stoppages at villages and monasteries en route for a closer and better understanding of their people and culture.
- Hemis monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- A visit to the gigantic and picturesque Pangong Tso Lake.
- Tibetan culture in and around Leh.
- Alchi monastery the oldest in the region
- Khardung La, the world’s highest motorable pass
- Lamayuru, - a famous monastery in the Western Ladakh