Leh-Ladakh

Blissful Leh- Ladakh 5 Nights & 6 Days Tour Package

Leh-Ladakh

price from Rs.21000
  • All Transfers
  • Meals as mentioned in the Itinerary
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Includes special inner line permit
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions
  • All personal expenses, optional tour and extra meals
  • Camera fees
  • Medical and travel insurance

This is a customizable 5 nights and 6 days Leh Ladakh tour package that is designed just for you to give you a complete experience of this gorgeous land.

Apart from being an absolutely hassle free and affordable Leh holiday, it will be an adventurous joyride into the rugged terrains complemented with surreal views of the northernmost region of India. Come witness nature’s magic in Pangong Tso, get a close look at the unique culture and pay homage to the martyrs of our country at the Hall of Fame.

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  • Places to See in Leh

  • Pangong Lake

    Pangong lake is one of the most popular places to visit in Leh and is located just 160 kilometers away from Ladakh. The drive to Pangong lake is an exciting experience offering scenic views. It is a beautiful lake with crystal blue waters blessed with pleasant weather throughout the year.

    Enjoy the solitude near the placid waters of this magnificent lake and take out your cameras to capture the picturesque view of this wonderful place. Black necked Siberian can be spotted near the Mahe marshes, the only breeding place for these rare migratory birds.

  • Magnetic Hill

    One of the places to visit in Leh is the Gravity hill having strong magnetic properties which can pull cars uphill and make Aircrafts go higher in terms of altitude so that they could bypass magnetic interference. Due to this amazing effect, millions of people from all over the world are attracted towards this place.
  • Nubra Valley

    Trekking on the rocky, colossal trails of this valley is a truly exciting experience as it is situated near the banks of the pure nubra river.

    The valley is named as “the valley of flowers” and it has some of the most beautiful, vibrant and colourful flowers set amidst lush green landscape. This place is popular because of its serene and tranquil ambience.

  • Tso Moriri Lake

    Drive to the beautiful Tsomoriri lake from Leh taking around 6-7 hours is a thrilling and adventurous experience as the last 60 Kilometer journey is on rugged paths. It is beautifully placed in the secluded Rupshu valley
  • Lamayuru Monastery

    It is the most ancient, royal and interesting located at a distance of 125 kilometers from leh. It is picturesquely enveloped by the rugged, dusty mountains and is beautifully carved out of the badland area.

    It comes in your way when you move towards Kargil from Leh. Drive on the road towards Lamayuru is an excellent way to explore the scenic snow capped mountains of the region. Tso Moriri is one of the must see places to visit in Leh.

  • Diskit Gompa

    It is the most ancient and largest gompa located near the Nubra valley. The golden Buddha statue which is 32 meters tall is worth seeing. It is located 120 kilometers away from Leh
  • Shanti Stupa

    It is a white domed sacred shrine situated on a hammock in Leh. It is indeed a masterpiece of royal, ancient beauty. The astonishing Buddha statues, holy books and holy relics are sealed here for future generations. It was built as a monument to celebrate 2500 years of Buddhism
  • Shey Monastery

    Shey monastery is famous because of the magnificent metal statue of Buddha and one of the places to visit in leh , the second largest statue in Ladakh. It is located 15 kilometers south of Leh. It was built in the year 1655 by Ladakh’s king Deldan Namgyal. The royal kings of Ladakh used to stay here during summers.
  • Kargil

    The Ladakh district lies near LOC having Kashmir valley towards south and Gilgit-baltistan towards west. It is situated 234 kilometers west of Leh. It is a perfect place for camping at night before moving forward your journey to explore other attractive places around Leh.
  • Royal Leh Palace

    You must have definitely heard about this palace if you are planning to visit Ladakh. Surrounded by the amazing beauty of the region with the snow-capped mountains and the valleys Ladakh is also famous for the Royal Leh palace. Located at the Leh city, Leh Palace is one of the main tourist attractions in the Leh city. This palace is one of the tallest buildings of its time with nine stories.

    One can enjoy the spectacular views of Stok Kangri and the Ladakh mountain range. The building was started in the year 1553 and the construction was completed by the 17th century during the reign of Sengge Namgyal. The architecture is the finest example of the medieval Tibetan architecture.

  • Alchi Monastry

    Located at the Alichi village which is 70 km from Leh on the left of Indus river, alichi Monastery is the main centre of attraction in the village. This is considered as one of the most sacred centre in Ladakh. Also, regarded as the monastic jewel of Ladakh this monastery dates back to nearly one thousand years .

    There are five shrines in the Choskor temple complex with some amazing wall paintings. On one wall it features thousands of miniature sized pictures of the Buddha. One can also see three large three sized images made of clay painted brightly here.

  • Gurudwara Pathar Sahib

    There is another attraction in Ladakh which you should visit during your leh ladakh attraction. Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is located 25 miles from Leh in Ladakh area in Jammu and Kashmir, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib remains at where Guru Nanak, the organizer of Sikh religion and the principal master, is accepted to have vanquished an evil presence.

    In spite of the fact that the locale is prevalently Buddhist, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is additionally revered and loved by Buddhists. Tibetan Buddhists adore Guru Nanak as Guru Gompka Maharaj and as Nanak Lama. There are many legends associated with this hill and has become very famous among the general people as well.

  • Sangam Point

    This is one of the most famous spots in Ladakh and also a favorite among the people. The meeting point of the Indus and Zanskar is known as the Sangam Point. As the water of the Indus River is very warm and the Zanskar is frozen, this becomes an amazing sight for the onlookers.

    .The two rivers meet at this point and then flows to Pakistan. The convergence of these rivers takes place at a distance of 30 km west of Leh. Soak yourself in the majestic view of this region as well as the river as they collide.

  • Tso Kar Lake

    There is another must see attraction in Leh ladakh tour and that is the Tso Kar Lake. Also called ‘White Lake’ is one of the three high height salt water lakes in Ladakh. The Tso-Kar Lake is known as ‘White Lake’ on the grounds that the white salt of the water stores everywhere throughout the lake shores. Tso-kar Lake is the littlest lake among the three vital lakes in Ladakh.

    The Tso-Kar lake is extremely well known with bird watchers. The range encompassing Tso-kar lake is rich with wildlife and birds. Be that as it may, the principle fascination among the birds life at Tso Kar is dark necked cranes. The dark necked cranes, known for their devotion, come to Tso Kar to lay eggs.

  • Namgyal Monastery

    There is another monastery which is a must visit for you in Ladakh Tour. Namgyal  Tsemo Monastery worked by King Tashi Namgyal after the reunification of upper and lower Ladakh and triumph over Hor. Their (Hor) bodies are set under the picture of Mahakala, the watchman divinity to stop encourage intrusion of Hor.

    The Leh royal residence known as ‘Lechen Palkhar’ was worked by Singay Namgyal in the start of seventeenth Century A.D. The nine-storied royal residence is currently abandoned, and the ASI (Archeological Survey of India) has taken up the redesign work.

  • Hall of Fame

    You might have definitely heard about this place while on your Leh Ladakh road trip. This is another place which falls in the Ladakh map. This place is a must-see on your Leh Ladakh trip plan. The Hall of Fame, situated close to the Leh Airfield, is an exhibition hall developed and kept up by the Indian Army in the memory of the warriors who had lost their lives amid the Indo-Pak wars.

    It is additionally named as a remembrance for the war saints. This building comprises of two stories. There are relics of different wars for the most part Kargil war, like the weapons utilized amid the war and some imperative archives, identified with the same.

  • Thiksey Monastery

    The Gelug sect of Buddhism has the authority over another beautiful and verily described Thiksey Monastery. 19 KM east to Leh is Thiksey Village and on top of a sheer beauty exists the gompa. In the same complex, there are multiple buildings dedicated to different sets of people. Due to its resemblances to the Potala Palace in Tibet, Thiksey have attained fast recognition from all over the world. One point cannot be missed out is the statue of Maitreya, 15 meters high, the largest statue in Ladakh and it covers the two stories of the buildings.

    The interiors of the monastery have enough reasons to boasts a lifetime since they are unalloyed beauties and examples of pure artistic talents. Images of Buddha being carved and painted on the walls determine the value of this gompa undying for centuries coming.

  • Hemis Monastery

    Yet another remarkable contribution of King Sengge Namgyal is obviously seen on the architecture of Hemis Monastery which was reconstructed by Sengge, an esteemed site visible during a Leh Ladakh road trip. The hillocks around and the greenery make it hidden once again despite being hidden in a gorge already. 45 KM is the distance between Hemis and Leh, easily accessible by any vehicle.

    An adorable interior decorated by numerous gold statues and stupas enhanced by the precious yet rare stones. The venerated Lord Padmasambhava has a significant role to play with the monastery; the annual festival dedicated to him. It falls on the month of May or June. This 11th century born (approximately) monastery has gone through multiple destructions and conquests.

  • Khardungla Pass

    Situated at an altitude of 5359 meters, it is the second highest motorable pass in the district of Leh. The drive from Leh towards this pass is a fun-filled experience yet scenic experience. The word Khardungla signifies the “pass of lower castle”. The above ten were some of the best places to visit in Leh.
  • Visit to Drass Valley

    Popularly called as the “Gateway of Ladakh”, it is the second coldest destination around the world that is inhabited.  Keep your sweaters, gloves and jackets ready before you visit this beautiful chilling place.
  • Attend Festivals of Leh

    Ladakh is a land of several vibrant and colourful festivals celebrated by the monks and local people. The native people celebrate these festivals as per the Buddhist calendar. In order to explore the rich culture of this place, you must participate in the Hemis festival and Ladakh festival.

    1) Hemis Festival: This festival is celebrated to honour the birth of the guru Padmasambhava, the founder of tantric Buddhism in Tibet. This festival is celebrated annually in the month of June or July.
    2) Losar Festival: It is celebrated in the 11th month as per Tibetan calendar which is 2 months ahead of New year.

    3) Ladakh Festival: Held during the initial weeks of September, It is a unique and a colourful festival which includes stunning ceremonial costumes and amazing mask dances paraded by troupes along the lanes of Leh.