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Ladakh & Zanskar Valley are just ideal for trekking, Hiking and Camping offering energetic out-door people a different and exciting option for.... more.....
There are few places left in the world like Ladakh. It lies in the Great Himalayan rain shadow, so receives no monsoon during the summer, but hefty.... more.....
One of the most remote and mythical regions of India, Ladakh is a landscape of unearthly beauty. Carved through its center by the headwaters.... more.....
Ladakh offers great cope for undertaking adventure activities amidst landscapes of breathtaking, rugged beauty. The most popular and best established among these are trekking, mountaineering, safari and river-rafting. The trekking options range from short, day-long walks up and down mountain slopes to visit monuments or monastic settlements, or long, Trans-mountain treks involving weeks of walking and camping in the wilderness
Ladakh and Zanskar form the western edge of the Tibetan plateau and are popularly known as "Little Tibet" due to the similarity of the culture and the high altitude desert landscape. Politically, this region forms a part of India, though the religious head is still the Dalai Lama. The flora and fauna is also similar to Tibet and is quite distinct from the rest of the Himalayas. The region, being beyond the reach of the monsoon, is dry with sparse vegetation. Willow groves and poplars are found near villages. Bushes of elderberry, wild strawberry and sage brush are also common. The fauna includes marmots, blue sheep and ibex and an occasional snow leopard, besides many birds of prey.
Day 01 Arrive Delhi
Upon arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal II you are met and transferred to your prebooked Hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel you are received with a traditional welcome of TIKKA and ARTI. Rest of the day is relaxing and for free activities.
Day 02 Delhi
After Breakfast we visit Old Delhi, built in the 17th century by Shah Jehan the Magnificent (who also built the Taj Mahal). First we will be visiting the famous Jama Masjid mosque with its 9,000 sq. ft. courtyard, three domes and two minarets, and then proceed to the massive complex known as the Red Fort.
Day 03 To Amritsar By Train
Early morning we are transferred to the New Delhi railway Station to board our train for Amritsar ? the city of Golden Temple.
Afternoon we visit the famous Golden temple which is scared to the Sikh nation, here we will find time to tune into the amazing spiritual centre and feel the power that inspires the Sikh people worldwide.
Day 04 To Dharmshala
Morning after breakfast we depart for Dharmshala ? a hill station full of natural charm and beauty is situated in the Kangra Valley and spread over a height of 450 metres. It is surrounded by the majestic Dhauladhar Ranges on three sides. Tibetan settlements at Mecleodganj and Tibetan Library are the treasure hunts of manuscripts and text and its ancient culture. The Dalai Lama?s Palace is next to his monastary at Dharamshala. The day is spent walking around the Kangra Valley and mixing and talking with the Tibetan Community.
Day 05 Dharmshala
Morning we start our city tour of Dharmshala and visit the Dalai Lama ?s Monastery , Tibetian children village and handicraft centre, Bhagsunag and water fall and the war memorial. Evening is spent relaxing.
Day 06 To Manali
Today morning we depart for our new and exciting destination KULLU & MANALI. Upon arrival we check into our prebooked hotel. Manali is a major resort in the Kullu Valley . According to the legend its name is derived from Manu and Alaya ? the abode of Manu. Manali is synonymous with streams and birdsongs, forest and orchards and the grandeur of the snowcapped Himalaya.
Day 07 Manali
Today we leave for city tour of Manali ? visiting the Hadimba Devi temple set within dense Pine forest and to the Naggar Castle to have the stunning view of the valley. Afternoon is spent walking around the Beas river and the local market.
Day 08 To Keylong
Morning we start our drive through the Rohtang Pass (4,220m) to Jipsa visiting the Gompa (monastery) of Khardong en route.
Overnight at the Hotel (B, L, D)
Day 09 To Sarchu
After breakfast we depart for Sarchu the drive to the high barren mountains of the Ladakh Valley. On our way we cross over the Baralacha la (4900 Mts.). It is here that roads from Lahaul, Spiti, Zanskar and Leh meet. We reach Sarchu (4200 Mts.) camp.
Day 10 To Leh
After breakfast we start our full day drive to Leh. Geographically and culturally, Leh is very much part of Tibet and Tibetan influence pervades this desert land.
Day 11 Leh
Morning in Leh is kept free for the purpose of getting acclimatise to the height and weather. Afternoon we do a sightseeing tour to Shankar Gompa, Shantistupa and Leh Palace.
Day 12 Leh
After breakfast full day sightseeing to Shey , old summer palace of the Kings of Ladakh and was built about 560 year ago. It has a 12 meter high seated Buddha images. From here we proceed to Thiksey , the monastery is very picturesque and superbly sited on a hilltop overlooking the village and we now would proceed on to Hemis , one of the largest and the most important Gompas in Ladakh, with its excellent library wall paintings and Buddha figures.
Day 13 Leh
After breakfast we start a full day excursion visiting the monastery of Likir and Alchi to see the gigantic painted clay statues of Buddha, carved arches and old paintings.
Day 14 To Delhi By Flight
Today morning we are transferred to the airport for flight to Delhi.Please note that the Leh flight is purely dependent on the weather conditions in Leh. Incase of cancellation we will have to try for the next day flight.We take no guarantee of the flight.
Day 15 Delhi
Today is day at leisure.
Day 16 Leave Delhi
Departure transfer to the Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal II to board flight back Home. The Kullu And The Kangra Valley.
Trekking in Ladakh Himalayas
Tsomoriri to Kibber TREKKING IN LADAKH
Duration 7-8 days
Best Time September to October
Highest Point Parang La (5580m)
Highlight People, Village, Wildlife and High Passes.
Physical Challenge Moderate
Ladakh is a land like no other. Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, it lies athwart two other, the Ladakh range and the Zanskarrange. In geological terms, this is a young land, formed only a few million years ago by the buckling and folding of the earth's crust as the Indian sub-continent pushed with irresistible force against the immovable mass of Asia.
Description: Drive six hours to Tsomoriri Lake or Korzok; headquarter of nomads via Chumathang and Mahay Bridge along the Indus River. After a night halt start your acclimatization walk for a day, where you can visit Changpa nomades and have wonderful view Tsomoriri Lake. Third you will start you trek along the Tsomoriri Lake with beautiful landscape. The trail turns southward from Nurboo Sumdo and start walking along Parang chu valley towering snow Peak Mountains. Seventh day you will walk on a glacier mountain for 3. 30 minutes to reach Parangla 5880m. Crossing the pass the landscape suddenly changes with high mountains of Lahul & Spiti and Kibber viilage in Himachal Pradesh is reached after another day trek. Your trek wonderful trek is finished here. After the trek you can extend trip and visit Ki, Lhalung, Pin and Tabo monasteries of Spiti Valley by Jeep. From here we drive back to Manali and then to Delhi to fly back home
LAMAYURU – ALCHI TREK IN LADAKH
Duration 15 days 6 days moderate to strenuous trekking
Season Jul to Sep
Physical Challenge Moderate
This outstanding trek begins with a drive down the Indus River from Leh to visit the ancient and spectacularly sited Lamayuru monastery and camp. We then trek through the village of Shilla to the camp at Wanla. On day 2 we hike along the Yarpola river to Phanjila, where we enter the Ripchar valley and hike to Hinju. After a hearty breakfast, we hike up to the Konzke La pass (16,080 ft) with expansive views of the Karakorum and Zanskar Mountains. We then descend and camp. We continue down the Sumdah Chu river to the isolated village of Sumdah-Chenmo and then on to a camp by the river. We hike through a muti-hued valley and then turn up a tributary and follow it to our next camp above Sumdah-Choon. On our final trek day we ascend to the Stakspi La pass (16,980 ft) where our strenuous efforts are rewarded with majestic views of the Indus valley. The trail descends down the valley all the way to the historic village of Alchi with its 11th century monastery. After visiting the monastery the next morning, we drive back to Leh, visiting the Likir monastery on the way.
Duration 9 days
Best Time June to October
Highest Point Kongmaru La (5135m)
Physical Challenge Moderate
The Markha Valley Trek is certainly one of the most varied and beautiful treks in the world. It ventures high into the Himalayas crossing two passes over 15,000 ft. as it circles from the edges of the Indus Valley, down into parts of Zanskar, and passes through terrain that changes from incredibly narrow valleys to wide open vast expanses. It is made all the more interesting by the ancient form of Buddhism that flourishes in the many monasteries that dot the landscape perched high atop hills. As we trek to the upper end of the Markha Valley we are rewarded with spectacular views of jagged snow capped peaks before cross the 16500 ft. Gongmarlu Pass and descending to the famous Hemis monastery, where we end our trek. The trek has alternative route from Spituk also.
Trespassers on the Roof of the World.
Trekking into Ladakh's Markha Valley
Duration : 18 to 21 Days. Delhi to Delhi
Season : June - July - August - September
Summary : The eight day trek through the Markha valley, preceded by the high altitude jeep journey, and both excellent ways to adventure in Ladakh. Commencing in Himachal Pradesh, lush and green, we gradually make our way to the high Himalayan desert. Buddhist culture, an unique biodiversity, and well as dramatic views from mountain passes are all fattened.
Padum - Darcha Trek
Season : June till September
Level : Easy to Moderate
Location : Lugnal valley, Southeast of Zanzkar, to Lahaul in Himachal
Route : Padum-Shilla Camp-Reru-Changpa Tsetan-Purne-Phuktal-Purne-Kargyak-Shingo La Base-Ramjak-Pal Lhamo
Summary : PADUM TO DARCHA is a fairly easy first trek in the trans-Himalaya. The only difficult bit you'll come across will be on the day you cross the Shingo La Pass (5050m). But it's not a hard if you start the trek at Padum and have time to acclimatise. Trekking the other way around is harder, and also dangerours, because you start at 3300m and zoom up to 5050m in the first three days. The lovely route will take you towards Lungnak, the valley southeast of Zanskar, the historical trade route between Lahaul in Himachal and Zanskar.
Duration : 4-5 Days
Season : Mid June till late September
Level : Moderate
Location : Southwest of Leh
Route : Spituk-Zingchan-Rumbak-Stok La campsite-Stok
Summary : The trek traditionally starts at the bridges over the Indus about a kilometers west of Spituk village, but over the Indus about a kilometer west of Spituk village, but you can skip the two-hour, not-very-nice walk to Zinghan if you take the jeepable road that runs nearly all the way there. Have a taxi drop you to a point opposite Phey village. From this point onwards it is a charming walk along the descending road along the Indus. A little beyond Zingchan, you'll find a sign welcoming you to Hemis NP. THe hardest segment of the trek lies between Rumbak and Stok La campsite, when you'll climb the 4900m Stok Pass.
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Trekking in Zanskar
* Darcha Lamayuru Trek Via Shingo La :: 20 Days Trek
* Baralacha Lamayuru Trek Via Phirtse La :: 18 Days
* Lamayuru Leh Trek :: 15 Days
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in Lahaul & Spiti
For most people Lahaul is a halfway point for trekking into the Zanskar valley, while Spiti marks the conclusion of a trek over the Pin Parbati pass from the Kullu valley. However, there are some excellent treks, starting from Lahaul in particular.
Some of the famous treks that can be undertaken in Lahaul & Spiti are -
* Chandertal Lake Trek :: 8 Days
* Pin Parvati Pass Trek :: 21 Days
* Bhaba Pass Trek :: 15 Days
* Darcha Lamayuru Trek :: 21 Days
* Baralacha Lamayuru Trek :: 20 Days
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