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Leh-Ladakh Road Tripping 7N 8D

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Leh-Ladakh

Leh-Ladakh is the northern province of India which has become and Union Territory recently on 31 October 2019, covering approximately 60,000 square miles (100,000 sq. km). It has two district Kargil and Leh with a total population of approx 3 Lakh. It is surrounded and bisected by some of the highest mountain ranges in the world. Running in a generally northwest to southeast direction through Ladakh, the great Himalayan Range separates the Vale of Kashmir from Ladakh.

The first inhabitants of Leh-Ladakh are thought to have been a mixture of nomadic herdsmen from the Tibetan Plateau and a small contingent of early Buddhist refugees from northern India called the Mons. Sometime in the fourth or fifth centuries, these two groups were joined by the Dards, a tribe of Indo-Aryan origin who migrated southeast along the Indus Valley, bringing with them irrigation and settled agriculture.The first independent kingdom in the region was established in the 9th century by the maverick novel man Nyima Gon, taking advantage of the Chaos after the collapse of the Guge Empire of the western Tibet. Buddhism, meanwhile, had also found its way across the Himalayas from India. Disseminated by the wandering sage- Apostles such as Padmasambhava (Alias” Guru Rimpoche”), Dharma gradually displaced the pantheistic shamanism of the Bon Cult ( which still holds away in remote villages north of Khalsi, near Lamayuru).The eastward expansion of the faith towards Tibetan plateau continued in the 10th and 11th centuries- the period later dove the ” Second Spreading “. among its key proselytizers was the ” great translator” Rinchen Zangpo, scholar and missionary associated with the foundation of numerous monasteries in Ladakh and in neighboring Spiti.Around the 14th century, Leh-Ladakh passed through a dark age during which, for reasons that remain unclear, its rulers switched allegiances from Indian to Tibetan Buddhism, a form of the faith deeply invested with esoteric practice drawn from the Tantra texts, and possibly influenced by the animated celebrations common to born.This coincided with the rise to prominence in Tibet of Tsongkhapa, who is accepted as founder of the Gelug-pa or ” yellow hat” school. With the Dalai Lama at its head, Gulek-pa is today the most popular school in Ladakh with many more monasteries than sects, such as Kagyu, which is closely linked with Milarepa, a tantric practitioner (11th -century) whose ideas and sonnets have stuck with many Ladakhi Buddhist.Under Tashi Namgyal ( 1555-70) , who re-unified the kingdom,
Leh-Ladakh became a major Himalayan power and the ascent to the throne of the “lion” Sengge Namgyal, in the 17th century, signaled further territorial gains. After being routed by the Mughal-Balti army and Bodh Kharbu in 1639, he turned his energies to civil and religious matters, founding a new capital and palace at Leh, as well as a string of monasteries that included Hemis, seat of the newly arrived Brugpa sect, a branch of Kagyu school.Sengge’s building spree created some fine monuments, but it also drained the kingdom coffers, as did the hefty annual tribute paid to the Moguls after the both Kharu debacles. Finances were further strained when Delden, Sengge’s successor pickled a quarrel with his ally, Tibet. The fifth Dalai lama dispatched an army of Mongolian horse men to tech him a lesson, and three years of conflict were only ended after the Mogul governor of Kashmir intervened on Ladakh’s behalf. This help, however, came at a price : Aurangzeb demanded more tribute, ordered the construction of a mosque in Leh, and forced the Ladakhi king to convert to Islam.Trade links with Tibet resumed in the 18th century, but Leh – Ladakh never regained its former status. Plagued by feuds and assassinations, the kingdom teetered in to terminal decline and was an easy target for the Dogra (Sikh) general Zorawar Singh, who annexed it for the Maharaja of Kashmir in 1834. The Ladakhi royal family were banished to Stok Palace where they reside to this day.We have various Tour Packages for your ready reference, though we believe on Tailor Made Itineraries for your scheduled trip to Ladakh and kashmir. We have design below few different sections which will help you to understand the weather, how to reach, Ladakh Calendar & Festival, Geography of Ladakh and History of Ladakh etc.

 

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Difficulty Level

Moderate

Maximum Altitude (MTS)

5600

Trip Days

8
Day 01 : Arrival at Leh Airport - Leisure Day

Arrival at Leh airport in the afternoon. Meet our local representative and get transferred to your pre-booked hotel. Let your body take complete rest to acclimatization to the high altitude of Leh (11,500 ft / 3500 meters). Overnight at respective hotel.

Day 02 : Leh Local Sham Valley with Sangam Point

After breakfast this morning, board your vehicle to visit few famous sightseeing places of Leh. Visit Sangam point (confluence of Indus & Zanskar Rivers), Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Kali Mata (Temple of Guardians in Spituk monastery) & Hall of Fame. Evening Explore local market. Overnight at respective hotel.

Day 03 : Leh to Nubra Valley via Khardung La (06 Hrs )

After early breakfast, this morning, check out and drive to Nubra Valley (115 km approx). Today, we will drive through Khardung La which is claimed to be the highest motorable road in this world (Altitude of 18,380 ft). The pass offers amazing views of the valley and the roads winding up the mountain. The pristine air, scenic vistas and the feeling of being on top of the world have made Khardung La a popular tourist attraction. Upon arrival at Nubra Valley, Check into your pre-booked accommodation. Overnight at Nubra Valley.

Day 04 : Nubra Valley - Turtuk Village - Nubra Valley

After Leisurely breakfast vist Turtuk (Turtuk was opened to tourists in 2009). The village offers views of Beautiful Valley, part of the Shyok Valley. Though a Muslim village, there are a few gompas located on the plateau above the Shyok River and there is an old royal house to see in the village. Turtuk is one of the few places in India where one can witness Balti culture, and one can find a few homestays and guest houses in the village. It is the last major village where tourist activity is allowed before the Line of Control. Overnight at Nubra Valley.

Day 05 : Nubra Valley to Tso Pangong Via Shyoke (05 Hrs )

After breakfast this morning, check out from your hotel as we drive you to Pangong lake, 3 idiots movie fame (160 kms). Enroute visit to Diskit monastery and have the wonderful view of Nubra valley.

Later drive to Pangong lake via Shayok .Enjoy the turquoise color panoramic lake and the magnificent mountains and landscapes which will leave you awestruck.

Spent your afternoon enjoy the beauty of Pangong lake. Overnight at Pangong Lake.

Day 06 : Tso Pangong – Leh via Chang La Pass. Visit Thiksey Gompa (06 Hrs )

We shall be waking up early today to witness one of the most beautiful sunrise in India on this magnificent Lake. Later enjoy your breakfast and bid goodbye to this mesmerizing place. Check out and board your vehicle to drive back to Leh via Chang La. Enroute, Visit Thiksey Gompa & rancho school leh ( Closed by 4.00 Pm ) It is a twelve-story complex and houses many items of Buddhist art such as Stupas, statues, Thangkas, wall paintings and swords. Later in the evening reach Leh and check into your hotel. Overnight at Leh.

Day 07 : Leh- Local City Tour

Today get ready for city tour of Leh. Visit the famous Shanti Stupa & Leh Palace. Also, visit Leh local market. Later, in the evening return back to the respective Hotel. Overnight at Leh.

Day 08 : Departure to Leh Airport. Tour Ends.

After breakfast, this morning, check out from your hotel and bid a final goodbye to this beautiful destination. Board your vehicle and drive back to the airport for your flight back to home. Return home with wonderful memories.

4 pax Group
₹ 27,599.00
Available: 100
6 pax Group
₹ 24,199.00
Available: 100
10 Pax Group
₹ 20,599.00
Available: 100
12 Pax group
₹ 18,899.00
Available: 100

Does

1.Research your destination: Learn about the culture, customs, and laws of your destination to avoid any unintentional faux pas. 2.Pack smartly: Pack only what you need and avoid overpacking. Consider the climate and culture of your destination when choosing clothes and accessories. 3.Keep important documents safe: Keep your passport, visa, and other important documents in a secure place, such as a hotel safe. 4.Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water and keep yourself hydrated, especially in hot and humid climates. 5.Respect local customs and traditions: Be respectful of local customs and traditions, and avoid any behavior that may be offensive or disrespectful. 6.Be open-minded and flexible: Embrace new experiences and be open to trying new things. Be flexible with your plans and willing to adapt to changes. 7.Learn some local phrases: Learning a few basic phrases in the local language can go a long way in communicating with locals and showing respect. 8.Try local cuisine: Trying local cuisine can be a great way to experience the culture and flavors of your destination. 9.Stick to a schedule: Stick to a schedule to ensure that everyone has enough rest and downtime throughout the trip. 10.Respect nature: Respect nature and leave no trace of your presence behind.

Don't

1.Don't ignore safety warnings: Pay attention to safety warnings and avoid areas that are known to be dangerous. 2.Don't carry too much cash: Avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and consider using a travel card or credit card instead. 3.Don't be overly trusting: Be cautious of strangers and avoid giving out personal information or accepting offers from people you don't know. 4.Don't be disrespectful: Avoid disrespectful behavior such as littering, defacing public property, or ignoring local customs and traditions. 5.Don't rely solely on technology: Don't rely solely on technology for navigation or communication. Carry a physical map and a backup charger for your phone. 6.Don't overindulge: Avoid excessive alcohol or drug use, which can impair your judgment and put you at risk. 7.Don't be afraid to ask for help: If you're lost or need assistance, don't be afraid to ask for help from locals or authorities. 8.Don't overschedule: Avoid packing too many activities into your itinerary, which can leave everyone feeling exhausted and stressed. 9.Don't forget to take breaks: Make sure to schedule breaks throughout the day to allow everyone to rest and recharge. 10.Don't leave trash behind: Carry your trash with you and dispose of it properly when you reach a designated trash bin.

Inclusion Notes:

07 Nights Accommodation At Hotel Breakfast & Dinner At Hotel All Sightseeing Point To Point Basis Inner Line Permits & Green Fees 01 Oxygen Cylinder ( 06 Litter )At Nubra to Pangong Vehicle Type : Nac Innova /Xylo / Suv / Ecco

Exclusions:

Sightseeing Other Than Specified In The Itinerary is Chargeable Personal Expenses, Extra Meals, Starters & Drinks Guide Charges, Camel Or Horse Safari Charge Not Included Rafting Sightseeing Charge Will Extra. Any Incidental And Other Expenses Which Are Not Specified In The Inclusions. Leh Market ( After Itinerary ) Will Extra

Notes:

Notes:
Gst On Final Bill Extra Bed / Child With Bed Are Same Price Below 05 Years Child Complimentary Above 05 Years Chargeable Without Bed Group & Mice Booking Also Available

Rules & Regulations

Strict To Follows
1. We strictly follow "Do Not Litter" policy. If possible we will pick up already existing garbage from the nature. 2. All necessities will be taken care by the organizer. We expect you to be flexible enough during the event. 3. Go Buddy Adventures not responsible for any accidents or injuries, loss or damage to your personal belongings or any other uncertainties during the event. The participants agree to take full responsibilities and sign a letter of undertaking before the start of the event.

Cancelation Policy

Cancelation Policy
All the bookings Confirmation after 50% Advance Payment. Once the booking is Confirmed, Vouchers will be issued with suggested Trip Detail & hotel reservation, which may change with prior notice to the client. Once you receive the Hotel confirmation from our staff, the client can reconfirm with the hotel for their reservation. We would Require 100% payment Before Travelling . For Cash Deposit In Current Account Pan Card Required If cancelled from 00 to 10 days before the check-in date 100% booking amount will be charged. If cancelled from 11 to 20 days before the check-in date 70% booking amount will be charged. If cancelled from 21 to 30 days before the check-in date 30% booking amount will be charged. No refunds for unused nights or early check-outs or Any Kind Of Services. All refunds are processed by the method of payment used in the initial transaction, except in the case of cash payments where the refund is processed through Cheque or online transfer. Mid-tour Cancellation – Yes you can cancel but the amount would be nonrefundable.

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