Ladakh with Dharamasala
The land of high pass- is including Khardong La at an altitude of 5400m, the trans-Himalayan zone, which marks the boundary between the peaks of the western Himalaya and the vast Tibetan plateau. It is a region that naturally bends itself to exceptional treks, which can still avoid roads for weeks at the time. Since it opened up to tourism in 1974, Ladakh has been known as the "Moonland", "Little Tibet", and even "the last Shangri-La".
Whatever the description, Ladakh is one of the most remote regions of India. For the Ladakhis it consists of rugged and inhospitable terrain, tempered only in the depths of the valleys where the minimal rainfall has been diverted along irrigation canals. Here willow trees contrast with the barren mountain escape. These fertile reaches support human habitation, where whitewashed settlements and monasteries perched on top of Sugarloaf Mountains add the essential character to this incredible landscape.
Day 01 : Arrival at Delhi, transfer to Hotel
Day 02 : Fly to Leh,
Day 03 - 04 : Sightseeing at Leh
Day 05 : Trek fyang/Alchi
Day 06 : Trek to Ridzong
Day 07 : Trek to Likir Nie and drive to Leh
Day 08 : Drive to Hundar, after crossing Khandrong La pass
Day 09 : Stay at Hundar
Day 10 : Drive to Leh
Day 11 : Fly back to Delhi
Day 12 : Free day in Delhi
Day 13 : Transfer to airport and departure on your destination
Highlights of the Trek
Exploring Ladakh landscapes, Ladakhi people and their life standard, Khandrong La pass, barren mountain escapes etc.
We would like you to know that although we try to follow the program given above, at times local trails or weather conditions may compel us to make slight changes if necessary. The itinerary may also vary slightly subject to our trekkers' acclimatization rates. This odyssey goes into untamed territory above the timberline, so we seek to request maximum flexibility if and when required for the safety of your trip and your life. Thank you so much for your understanding. We value your precious life.