Package title – Tsomoriri and Pangong Magic

Posted By Admin    on march 2, 2015    Comments (10)



Posted By Admin    on march 2, 2015    Comments (10)



We start to explore the jewels of the Indus Valley during the initial days and then we see the enchanting Pangong Tso Lake, located on the Changtang region of Ladakh. The land scapes are beautiful and bright and the wilderness of the valley and the nomadic life capture ones soul. The Indus Valley, consist of landscapes marked by green oases, is the major axis of Ladakh. Around it, splendid hues of everyday life in Ladakhi Buddhist and cultural are dominant. The remote countryside of Ladakh you can experience the farmer cultivating their small barley fields while their sounds echoing from the high mountains. It is in the Indus Valley that the most prestigious monasteries of Ladakh are situated since hundreds of centuries.

Program for 5 days and 6 Nights

Day 1 -Delhi- Leh (3500m) The flight from Delhi to Leh is no doubt lifetime experiences. You will fly the all over the Himalayas and finally land into the exotic valley of Ladakh. First experience of "Little Tibet" and the altitude. You will be welcomed by the smiling faces of the people of Ladakh and you will be greeted by “Julley” ( Hello ) ,enjoy the afternoon relaxing. You will feel the air at the altitude (3 500 m), you are advised to get plenty of rest on arrival. Overnight at hotel. Day2:Leh - Tsomoriri (by jeep, 270Km, 7 hours) Morning drive along the Indus valley until Chumathang, visit its famous sulphuric hotsprings. Cross the Mahey Bridge and enter into the valley, then reach the plains. On the way see a tiny settlement of Tibetan nomads, then reach the Tsomoriri Lake which is very big and home to a huge variety of migratory birds. Check in at the camp and after some rest, walk an hour upstream from the lake to the Phu (nomads place). Overnight at camp. Day3:Tsomoriri - Tsokar (by jeep, 75Km, 4 hours) Early morning walk along Tsomoriri Lake, back to the camp for breakfast. Drive to Tsokar, visit the biggest sulphuric hotsprings in Ladakh. Continue to the top of the Polokong-La (4'985m, 16'355ft) and enjoy the panoramic view. On the way down, see a few nomad settlements and come across the winter settlements of the nomads of Thukje. Arrive at Pangonagu-Tsokar and check in at the camp. After some rest, drive to the lake and have a comfortable walk along the shore to observe the wild birds. Overnight at camp. Day4:Tsokar - Taglang-La - Leh (by jeep, 115Km, 7 hours) Today after a relaxed breakfast drive back to Leh over the second highest motorable road in the world, the Taglang-La (5'396m, 17'703ft). The road winds downhill through the Gya Valley and several villages. Overnight at Hotel in Leh Day5:Back To Leh (3500m) Explore market and visit local monasteries in Leh, Spituk and Phyang , Overnight at Hotel in Leh. Day6:Leh - Chang-La - Pangong Tso - Leh (by jeep, 160Km, 6 hours One way) Leh to Delhi Early morning drive on the Leh-Upshi road upstream along the Indus river. From Karu head upwards through the Sakti valley and have an amazing sight at the Chemrey Gonpa rising majestically on a hill. While the base of the valley is dotted with green cultivated fields and houses in typical Ladakhi architecture, the pass road winds up in a number of hairpin bends. Cross the Chang-La (5'320m, 17454ft), world's third highest motorable pass. Arrive at Pangong Tso, the largest brackish water lake in Asia, one third being in India and two-thirds in Tibet with most feeding stream coming from Tibet. Enjoy the serene ambience and a stunning view of the crystal clear water, the desert and mountains in the back ground. You may observe one of the few birds at this high altitude, the Black Necked Heron. Later drive back to Leh. Overnight Hotel in Leh. Day7: Leh to Delhi Flight to Delhi

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