Lower Ladakh Trek

Lower Ladakh Trek

Day 01: Touch base In Delhi and Fly to Leh 

Help on landing and move to the inn in Delhi for wash and change, early morning exchange to the Residential Airplane terminal to interface with the trip for Leh. On landing in the Leh airdrome and exchange to your structure. Rest of the day at relaxation for acclimatization, Later evening you will take a drive to Shanti Stupa which is only 3 km out of leh visit the Harmony Stupa and drive to the market of Leh, 

Medium-term remain at the lodging (B, L, D) 

Day 02: Spituk Cloister 

After breakfast, you may take a drive to Spitok religious habitation. Visit the 15thce Buddhist Religious community and back to the inn for Lunch. 

Post lunch you will take a drive to Stok, This town is 17km. south of Leh, Present regal family lives in Stok Royal residence. A portion of the region they convert into a storehouse wherever they demonstrate a number of their Gems, Lord and ruler crowns, aside from these they great accumulation of Thanks which are over 500 years. Drive back to Leh for the medium-term remain. 

Medium-term remain at the inn (B, L, D)

Lower Ladakh Trek
Day 03: Journey to Shey, Thiksey, and Hemis 

Shey Royal residence: The Shey royal residence also called Khar Chung was planned by Deldan Namgyal inside the beginning of the seventeenth century. It was raised on the vestiges of an effectively existing mansion. Shey Castle is beneath the organization of Hemis religious living arrangement, There are 2 overseers who originated from Hemis and serve inside the imperial sanctuary for a long time 

Thiksey religious living arrangement: the pleasant cloister of Thiksey towers on soak rocks at the limit of A desert spring on the right bank of the Indus. This religious community has a place with Gelugpa request (Yellow faction). The design of the religious habitation progressed takes after the Potala Castle in Lhasa. Hemis Cloister: forty-seven Kms from Leh on the West Bank of the Indus, the religious home has a place with Drukpa request. It is structured on an unpracticed incline enclosed by stupendous mountain landscape and sort of covered up in an exceedingly gorge. It is the most vital and wealthiest religious living arrangement in Ladakh and could be an ought to for visitors. Inside the religious habitation, there are to be seen a copper-plated figure of the Master Buddha, shifted stupas produced using gold and silver, consecrated thanks and a lot of items. 

Medium-term remain at the lodging (B, L, D) 

Day 04: Leh - Likir - through Basgo manor. 

Morning drive to Likir. In transit, you may visit Basgo manor that has pronounced as world legacy site by Joined Countries Instructive Logical and Social Association. Drive to Likir upon landing in Likir sign on to camp, where you will meet your camp team, will's identity with you for the following four days. Lunch at the camp once lunch visits the Likir religious home and investigate the dazzling town, see numerous otherworldly curios inside the religious home, visit the immense 9-story open standing statue of Maitreya Buddha (Future Buddha). The statue is one of its sorts in the whole Himalayan Buddhist belt. 

Medium-term remain at camp (B, L, D) 

Day 05: Likir - Yangthang (05 hrs trek) 

After breakfast begins the trek to Yangthang. Begin your trek through the uncovered field to cross a little stream and then well-ordered trek to town Yangthang to camp night long. 

Medium-term remain at camp (B, L, D)

Lower Ladakh Trek, Delhi

Day 06: Yangthang - Hemis Shukapachan (5-6 hrs trek) 

Trek to Wulle vale then climbs for one hour to Lchipkyangchan La then plummet towards Hemis Shukapachan, the absolute best town amid this course. It's a gigantic town and is known for Juniper trees found in parcels here, henceforth the name of the town. We will visit a family house and have a few anyway tea and Ladakhi Yangtze Stream (the local lager) there's a little yet flawless religious habitation inside the center of the town that we can visit. Camp for medium-term remain 

Medium-term remain at camp (B, L, D) 

Day 07: Hemis Shukapachan - Temisgam - Leh (5-6 hrs trek and then drive to Leh) 

We trek through the Apricot rich town of Ang and reach Temisgam, the chronicled town, where one can visit the religious community and the Royal residence. This vale has heat climate when contrasted with Indus vale and thus contributory to thick vegetation and thereupon there are loads of apricots, apples, and Walnuts making it one of the most extravagant valleys in Ladakh. Since people are well off they need dazzling homes with an astounding inside. 

Medium-term remain at camp (B, L, D) 

Day 08: Temisgam - Leh by means of Alchi 

After breakfast safeguard to leh by means of visit Alchi religious habitation. Alchi is one in everything about most established Religious communities in Ladakh and the divider wall paintings which are more than one thousand years of age and it merits a stopover 

Medium-term remain at the inn (B, L, D) 

Day 09: Day trek to Khardung-La. (5605 meters) 

After breakfast, we tend to leave for Khardung-la, 39 km driving through Gangle's town (4200m) - the most noteworthy town in the Leh valley. The street climbs to reach Khardung La (5,600m), the world's most astounding engine capable street. From here have marvelous flying creatures eye perused of Leh city. Stok and Markha go on the south of the pass, Zanskar extends on the west and the incomparable Karakoram Range on the North/East heading. 

Medium-term remain at the inn (B, L, D) 

Day 10: Leh - Delhi 

Early morning exchange to airdrome to fly back to Delhi, 

You will meet our delegate and register with the lodging, post lunch touring of some imperative landmarks in Delhi, evening exchange to the global air terminal. 

The discretionary tour can be masterminded to visit Agra for a medium-term remain on entry from Leh drive directly to Agra and following day visit the Akbar town, Fatehpur Sikri and Taj Mahal and drive back to Delhi, exchange to Universal airplane terminal for the trip back home.

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