Ladakh is unlike any other place on the planet. It is as though you are on vacation in paradise. The amount of beauty this place contains will hypnotize you. Travelling to Leh Ladakh might be overwhelming due to the wide and astounding amount of attractions to explore. This region is a marvel of natural beauty, with high mountains, monasteries and gorgeous beautiful lakes.
It might be difficult to plan a trip to this place. But have no fear. The following is a sample 7 day itinerary for your Ladakh Tour Package which includes all of Ladakh’s key attractions. It has been carefully curated and is certain to provide you with a memorable experience.
7 Days Trip in Ladakh, A Wonderful Travel Experience
Arrive at Leh Airport in the early hours of the morning to begin your journey to Leh – Ladakh in your Ladakh Trip. Don’t waste any time and simply head straight over to your lodge, settle in and relax there for the rest of the day.
This acclimation is critical for your body’s health as well as your enjoyment for the remainder of your journey. One might be inclined to go outside and take in the scenery, but now all you must do is contain the enthusiasm that day and rest in your hotel, drinking enough fluids to prevent altitude sickness caused by the lack of oxygen at this altitude.
Following a quick bite, visit Shanti Stupa for a sightseeing tour of Leh. Tsemo Fort, as seen from almost anywhere in Leh, ought to be the first stop. The pagoda is situated approximately 5 kilometers from Leg, the historic center of Ladakh, on the rocky slope opposite the Leh Palace, at an altitude of 4267 meters. A navigable path leads towards the stupa, which can also be approached on foot through a sequence of 500 stone steps leading towards the peak. The finest sights from Shanti Stupa are said to be at sunrise and sunset.
Tsemo monastery, sits right beneath Tsemo gompa, and it comprises 2 15th century shrine structures. Prior to actually venturing out to Leh Palace, that is a reproduction of Lhasa’s Potala Palace, have a nice helping of traditional Ladakhi cuisine at several of the market’s prominent restaurants.
The Hall of Fame is a fun place to visit in the afternoon.
Navigating the Khardung La Route, the highest motorable route in the world, created by the heroic soldiers of the Indian Army’s 201 Engineer Regiment, is among the key attractions of any journey to Leh Ladakh. Khardung La Pass, at an elevation of 18,380 feet, is the entry point to the Shyok and Nubra Valleys.
When visiting Khardung La, be sure to stop into the World’s Highest Cafeteria for a pot of hot coffee and a dish of hot Maggi. Ascend Khardung La Pass to Nubra Valley, Diskit Monastery, and Panamik. The thermal fountains at Panamik are also well known.
Visit the dunes at Hunder to observe the rare Double Humped Camels, that can only be seen in India. Your journey to Leh Ladakh will be enhanced by this experience.
After a delicious Tibetan luncheon, travel to Leh Ladakh and pass the Khardung La pass. Once in Leh, visit Thiksey Monastery. The 15 meter tall figure of Maitreya or Tara Devi is the structure’s highlight.
This is Ladakh’s biggest statue, spanning nearly two stories. A charming small location, known as Indus Viewpoint or Sindhu Darshan is only a few minutes from Thiksey Monastery. At Sindhu Darshan, you may relax for a while. After a long but productive day, use some sleep to prepare for the next day’s fun.
Visit the langar crooked by Sikh troops of the Indian Army at Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, that is located in eastern Ladakh along the Kargil Road. Make every effort to assist them and thereafter travel to the spot in which the Indus and Zanskar rivers meet.
The stream of the two rivers may be clearly distinguished because one is dirty while the other has a greenish tint to it. While you are in the neighbourhood, don’t miss the strange phenomenon at Magnetic Hills.
On Day 6 of your travel from Leh Ladakh onto Chang La Pass after the breakfast. Take several photographs and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee as well as some Noodles as you hit the peak of the world’s 3rd highest pass.
Traverse the Chang La Pass and travel 140 kilometers west of Leh to Pangong Tso Lake. Pangong Tso is a mountain range with a height of 4350 meters and a length of over 130 kilometers, with one third of its length in India and the rest in Tibet. Visitors will remember the first sight of the calm, turquoise blue waters and unsteady shoreline.
Begin your journey home to Leh – Ladakh early that morning, and halt there at Hemis Monastery, that’s around 7 kilometres from Karu. The Hemis Monastery, also known as the Hemis Gonpa, is among Ladakh’s most prosperous temples.
Attempt White Water Rafting on the massive Indus or Zanskar as you journey back from Hemis to get your heart racing at a whole new level. Relax the remainder of the day and the next morning, board the flight back home.