Package title –Manali to Leh

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



Located on the Beas River Valley, Manali is sandwiched between mountains, hills and valleys. It is a paradisiacal place and one of the top tourist spots in the world. Breathtaking landscape consisting of meandering streams, snow capped peaks, fruit orchards and ancient temples are highlights of this picturesque town during the Manali to Leh road trip. A paradise for trekking enthusiasts, trekkers visit this place between June and October for low altitude treks. The most popular trekking route is Beas Kund route although there are numerous other trekking routes as well such as Leh Ladakh Zanskar and Lahaul-Spiti.


12 day package


  1. Manali to Keylong
  2. keylong to jispa
  3. Jispa to Darcha via Zingzing-bar pass
  4. Darcha to Serchu via Baralacha La
  5. Sarchu to Leh via Tanglang La
  6. Leh-Alchi–Lamayuru
  7. Lamayuru-Likir – Leh
  8. Shey thikey Hemis
  9. Leh-PangongTso
  10. Pangong.Tso-Leh
  11. Leisure day
  12. Back to Delhi

Program for 12 days

Day 1: Manali to Keylong via Rohtang Pass On the Manali to Leh road trip, get spectacular and panoramic views from the Rohtang Pass. Located 51km from Manali, at an altitude of 3900m, it is a route that leads to places such as Pangi, Lahaul Spiti and Leh. You get views of beautiful snow-capped peaks and glaciers from here. It is in this vicinity that the Chandra River flows too. Just before getting to Rohtang Pass there is a Snow Point. You can enjoy yourself playing in the snow at this place. Open between June and October you can enjoy sledge rides and skiing during this time. Day 2: Keylong to Jispa ) Whether you want to enjoy scenic walks through laid-back villages or enjoy grand mountain views, Keylong is the place to be. Alongside this place is the resplendent Bhaga Valley with its riches of greenery. Being the capital city of Lahaul, Keylong is a popular stop among the tourists and trekkers for an overnight stay. More than this, it is adored as an oasis of greenery that has all the reasons to amaze the visitors. On a visit to Keylong, you can also visit monasteries such as Shasur and Gemur. Day3: Jispa to Darcha via Zingzing-bar pass A scenic and picturesque stretch of land, Jispa is located beside the Chandra River. Journey to this hamlet is one of the fascinating trails of the Manali – Leh tour. Decorated naturally by streams, scenic peaks, picturesque valleys and lush greeneries, it gets the visitors close to the Mother Nature. Due to its location; around 10,000ft above the sea level, it offers panoramic views of the surrounding like no other regions. A perfect setting for an overnight stay, there are numerous camping destinations in this village. While in this settlement, the different marvels of the nature will surely keep you spellbound. Visit a picturesque Himalayan village called Darcha located beside the Bhaga River. From Keylong this place is around 23km. There is a huge camping ground available at Darcha which is commonly used as a camping ground by the tourists. Day4:Darcha to Serchu via Baralacha La Located in the altitudinous sections of the Zanskar region, this is a mountain pass or the confluence point of many roads. Connecting Lahaul to Ladakh, you pass through this plateau surrounded by mountain ranges such as Pir Panjal and Himalayas. Towering at over 16,000 feet, from Baralacha La, you can see the three valleys that surround it. Dividing the Bhaga and Yunam Rivers, this place is a starting point for the popular Suraj Tal trek. Day5:Sarchu to Leh via Tanglang La Located on the Manali – Leh highway and surrounded by the Himalayan range is a beautiful region called Sarchu. Locally known as ‘Sir Bhum Chum’, it is a perfect destination for camping and overnight stay, you can enjoy a night’s sleep amidst a treasure trove of scenery. At an altitude of 14300 feet, expect the winds to be cooler than usual, but refreshing nevertheless! You are encompassed by picture-perfect scenic quotients. The sight of the majestic mountains overlooking you from a distance is equally thrilling; the experience is inexplicable and surreal. Day6:Leh-Alchi–Lamayuru Drive to the west of the Indus Valley. After driving along the river Indus though small hamlets and you will see the apricot trees and apple trees all along the road side while the majestic mountains making their way for you. Crossing river Indus via Saspola Village you will visit the monastery of Alchi. The Legecy of 1000 year old. After the small walk around the village and then we continue to Lamayuru. Overnight in guest house. Day 7: Lamayuru-Likir – LehTake the road to the charming village of Likir. There the 15th century monastery of the red hat school of Tibetan school of Buddhism is major source of attraction. The Incumbent of this monastery is the younger brother of His Holiness Dalia Lama. The place is also Known as the Naga own land because it is believe that this place is surrounded by the serpent. Day 8: Shey thikey Hemis Shey You will cross the Indus river through the fluttering prayer flags and the summer residence of the Dalia Lama will be seen when you drive to shey Place. Before reaching Shey you will come across many rock craved statues dating back to the Eighth Century BC. In shey There is the biggest statue of Buddha shakyamanu from the 17th Century. Thiksey monastery Next experience the one of the most beautiful monasteries of Ladakh. Thiksey monastery or little Potala Place because this resembles to the one in Tibet. People believe the design of the Monastery had been brought from the Tibet. Inside the Thiksey monastery there are number of temples with historical statues and Thankas. The main attraction of the Thiksey monastery is no doubt The maitreya Statue or future Buddha statue which is the most picturesque statue in the entire Himalayan region. Hemis Monastery . After crossing the river Indus you will be driven into th mountains and the clue of the monastery is not there until you reach in the village a small village of hemis has 30 families and most affluent religious institution of Ladakh. Dating Back to 1632 when Lama Stags tSang Raspa founded the monastic community with the help of erstwhile king of Ladakh Singee Namgyal. The highlight of the monastery is the centuries old artefacts preserved in an museum which is also open to public. The chapels of the monastery has frescos and statues which is famous among entire Himalayan region from Nepal Bhutan and ladakh. And this monastery has branch all over the ladakh and at the present there are more than three hundred monks dependent on this monastery. Day 9 Leh-PangongTsoIn the morning, we drive to Pangong Tso Lake, also called the Lake of Five Colors. Along the way, we will visit Thiksey and Shey . The road continues through the neck of Chang La (5183 m). Pangong Tso, located in the region in the eastern part of Ladakh, it is one of the largest and most beautiful natural lakes in India. It stretches over 120 km long, and one- third of the lake is located in Indian territory, the rest in the Chinese territory. Overnight stay incamp. Day 10 Pangong.Tso-Leh Morning departure to Leh. On the way, visit monasteries and village . Monastery Chemray is impressive and off the beaten track. This is a true city built on a rocky outcrop of sand colour, like a mirage in the middle of the plains. The unique location of the Chemray monastery makes it the most photographed monasteries in Ladakh. If you carry a pack launch from the Pangong Lake, the stream below the monastery provides ample site to refresh and feel the freshness of the valley and breeze under the shades of willow tree. Day 11 Leisure day explore market and enjoy local family visit and experience the ladakhi culture Day 12Fly Back to Delhi

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