Ladakh Tour Package (3 Nights/4 Days)

Ladakh Tour Package (3 Nights/4 Days)

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Day 01:
Morning flight to Leh, and first half of day for acclimatization. After lunch easy and relaxed orientation walk to Leh Bazaar, visit Shanti Stupa for sun-set view overnight in hotel.
Day 02:
Post breakfast drive to Alchi Monastery, on the way visit Patther Sahib, magnetic hill and the Indus & Zansker confluence back to Leh, Overnight in hotel.
Day 03:
Day trip to the world highest motor-able pass Khardung-la (18250 feet). Overnight in Hotel
Day 04:
Transfer to airport

Welcome To Leh - Ladakh
Assistance upon arrival at airport by our Representative.
5 Nights stay in Leh
Breakfast, Hot / Pack Lunch & Dinner
Return airport and round trip transfers along with all sightseeing tours by non-ac vehicle Scorpio CRDE/ Innova as per the program.
Campfire & cocktail evening in our camp at Uleytokopo
Inner Line Permit for restricted areas
Extra :
* Monument & Museum entrance Fees
* Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls
* The Services of Vehicle is not included on leisure days & after finishing the sightseeing
* Tour as per the Itinerary
* Guide fee
* Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/ stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
THE TOTAL PACKAGE COST IS Rs.18,999 /- Per Person

Leh the erstwhile capital of the kingdom of Ladakh is now a dream destination of many and the Mecca of adventure enthusiasts! Leh, one of the coldest deserts in the world is located at a distance of 434 Kms from Srinagar and 474 Kms from Manali (Himachal Pradesh).

At the time of reorganization of districts in 1979 Ladakh was divided into Leh and Kargil and now Leh district is synonymous with Ladakh and vice-versa!
Built by the Buddhist kings of Ladakh in 1553 the Leh Palace was once the world’s highest building. The primary attraction within the Leh city this palace is structurally similar to the Potala Palace in Lhasa. Now only the palace prayer room lives up to the sense of former grandeur of Leh Palace.

Built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century, Leh Palace was once the world’s highest building. Construction of the nine-storey Leh Palace started in 1553 and structurally it is quite similar to the Potala Palace in Lhasa . The palace in ruins is currently being restored by the Archaeological Survey of India. The palace is open to the public and the roof provides panoramic views of Leh and the surrounding areas. The mountain of Stok Kangri in the Zangskar mountain range is visible across the Indus valley to the south, with the Ladakh mountain range rising behind the palace to the north
Shanti Stupa

Built by a Japanese Buddhist organization, known as 'The Japanese for World Peace' to commemorate 2500 years of Buddhism and to promote World Peace. Shanti Stupa is located on a hilltop in Changspa very close to the Leh town on the fort road.

A magnificent white-domed structure, the Shanti Stupa paints a pretty picture at sunrise and sunset against the multitude of colors in the sky.

Shanti Stupa is a must visit during a trip to Leh and to reach Shanti Stupa one would have to take the fort road towards Changspa.
 Sankar Monastery

A subsidiary of the Spituk Gompa, Sankar Gompa belongs to the Gelukpa or the Yellow Hat Sect. The monastery is the official residence of the Ladakh's head of Gelukpa Sect, known as The Kushok Bakul.

The central image inside the Sankar Monastery is Tsong-kha-pa, founder of the yellow-hat sect of Buddhism. To the left of this image is the image of Avalokitesvara with 1,000 arms and 11 heads. Sankar Monastery also has a temple devoted to the deity Dukar.

The Sankar Monastery is open to visitors between 7:00 am and 10:00 am and 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm.


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