Leh And Ladakh
On arrival at Leh, Deyor Camps will greet and assist you to your hotel. Rest of the day would be free for acclimatization to high altitudes of Ladakh. In the evening, you could take a walk and embrace the nature around you. First day ends by returning to the hotel for dinner, and overnight stay.
We will take you to khardungla which is known as the world's highest motorable pass and then Diskit, headquarters of Nubra Valley. Its attraction is that of an ancient monastery which was built in the 14th century and is one of the oldest monasteries in Nubra Valley. Continuing from Diskit on a moderate road and amidst fruit orchid, is the village hunder, famous for sand dunes. At Hunder, you will get to see the extraordinary, Bactrian Camel, also known as “Two Humped Camel”. After a memorable day in Nubra Valley, it’s time to relax and end your day with tempting dinner and overnight stay.
After an early breakfast, you will leave for Pangong, that has been a tourist attraction since a very long time and has gained further popularity after being a “hot-spot” for many film shoots. “The Pangong Lake” on Indo-China Border, holds a route with quaint villages and Gompa. We would reach the lake a little before the sun sets, where you could spend time and soak in the breathtaking view of the crystal clear water and majestic mountains. After a relaxing evening, we would all sit for dinner and spend the night at the campsite at Pangong.
We would wrap up the campsite at Pangong, and leave for Leh post breakfast. Enroute, visit Shey and Thiksey Monastery.On arrival, you could visit the market and wander the shops for pashmina shawls and various other handicrafts. The last night would be completed with dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel in Leh.
With a heavy heart, your journey to mother nature “Leh”, ends here. After breakfast, check-out from the hotel and proceed to the airport for your onward journey. Depart with memories galore!