Dear Explorer
We are pleased to discuss your upcoming trip to Leh.
Our aim is to create life long memories through our outings and we also try to encourage people to travel and explore the world around, hence “Keep exploring…”
We hereby present you our Leh-Ladhak Outing.


Ladakh, (land of High Passes) is a region of mountain passes in Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, a piece of broken moon land- a perfect place to witness the unmatched beauty of nature that currently extends from the Kunlun mountain range to the main Great Himalayas to the south, inhabited by people of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent. It is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Jammu and Kashmir and its culture and history are closely related to that of Tibet. The main source of water here remains the winter snowfall on the mountains that forms the glaciers. Leh, the capital of Ladakh, is one of most beautiful and fascinating tourist destinations of India located in Jammu & Kashmir.

It is located to the north of the Indus River at an elevation of 3600m. The region is surrounded by the alpine desert and beautiful landscapes. The dry barren landscape of Leh is full of historic Buddhist monasteries which gives it an incredible sight to behold. The beauty of Leh is incomparable, and no other place can quite match the deep cloudless blue skies here, the barren, multi-coloured mountains, the jewel-like lakes and the ancient Buddhist gompas (monasteries) of Ladakh. Leh’s Buddhist monasteries and historical monuments are one of the main attractions for the visitors.


  • Any Original Identity Proof issued By Indian Government (PAN card, Aadhar Card, Voters Identity Card) with 2 copies


  • Cloths (Full slives T-shirt/Shirt, Full pants/Trouser, Trek Suit)
  • Woolen Cloths (Jacket, Muffler, Cap, Hand Gloves etc.)
  • Backpack or Carry bag


  • Comfortable Waterproof Shoes, Sleeper and Shocks
  • Cap/Hat, Spectacles with cover
  • Bag locks, Torchlight, Match Boxes/ Lighter, candles, safety pins
  • Small Scissor, Swiss Knife if possible
  • Mobile, Camera, chargers, Power bank
  • Deodorants, Moisturizing Cream, Lip Guard, Cold Cream
  • Personal sanitary items & Personal medicines, if any


  • Usages of plastic bags are strictly prohibited during the drive.

Day 1: Arrive Leh

Leh arrival. Rest to acclimatize, Visit Market in Evening

Day 2: Leh

Visit Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Hall of Fame, Shey Palace, Thikse Monastry Back to Hotel, Dinner and rest.

Day 3: Nubra

After breakfast we will pass through the highest motorable road i.e. Khardung La. And will reach to Nubra. One of the most beautiful places to Visit. Overnight stay at Nubra.

Day 4: Pangong

After breakfast drive towards Pangong, the famous lake. Through Shayok which is 140kms. And will stay at Pangong at Night.

Day 5: Leh

Post breakfast we will head to see famous Hemis monastery. And will have local sightseeing.

Day 6: Leh

After breakfast drive to Lamayuru- Alchi and back to Leh in a whole 150kms. Dinner and Overnight stay at Leh .

Day 7: Tsomoriri

There on will had towards Tsomoriri throught Mahe which is 230 kms drive, exploring mountains and valleys.

Enjoy Dinner and Stay at Campsite.

Day 8: Sarchu

After Breakfast We will start our Journey to Sarchu, through Tsokar and Pang. Pang will be the highest spot in entire days trips and has got extreme weathers and uncertainty. Its total 210 kms drive. At Night we will reach at Sarchu.

Day 9: Manali

Post breakfast we will leave for Manali through Rotang Pass, one of the toughest rout, we will have chance to stop at one of the most beautiful stop known as Snow point.

Day 10: Drop to Chandhigarh

End of Tour.

Cost Includes:

Room on Twin sharing.

Meal (Breakfast & Dinner)

Transport by Non-Ac. Independent Vehical

Inner line permit

Expedition Guide/ Leader

Tool, Fuel, Parking and Driver’s allowance

Basic First Aid box

Cost Excludes:

Air fare, Train fare

Monument Entry Fees

Any drinks (hard/soft) during your stay at any of the places

Laundry, Telephone, Table Drinks & Porter and Any kind of Insurance etc.

Camel Safari, River Rafting etc.

Anything not mentioned in ‘the Package Includes’.