Day-1 Arrival in Leh Arrival at Leh. Spend the day in the hotel for rest and acclimatisation. Visit Shanti Stupa and Leh market in the evening.
Day-2 Leh (Local Sightseeing) After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing on the Leh – Srinagar Highway. Visit the Hall of Fame This is a museum maintained by the Indian Army showcasing their strength during the different wars fought, Kali Mata Temple & Gurudwara Patthar Sahib supposed to be built to mark the visit of Guru Nanak Dev to this area. Proceed further and experience the effects of magnetic Hill which is set to defy the law of gravity and admire the confluence of holy Indus & Zanskar.
Day-3 Leh to Nubra Valley After breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley (Known as the Valley of Flowers and the warmest region in Ladakh) via Khardungla pass. This road is considered to be the highest motorable road of the world. En route, admire the spectacular views of the never ending snow-capped mountain ranges around Khardungla Pass (18,390 feet) After spending some time at Khardungla, proceed to Nubra. After Hotel check-in, enjoy camel Safari in the evening.
Day-4 Nubra Valley (Local Sightseeing) and back to Leh After breakfast, visit Diskit & Hunder Villages and monasteries take a stroll around the place to see the life style of people living at the northernmost region of India. Drive back to leh via Khardungla pass.
Day-5 Leh to Pangong Lake After an early breakfast we leave for Pangong Lake through Changla pass 5486 Mtrs. Pangong Lake, situated at 14,000 feet (4,267 m). A long narrow basin of inland drainage, hardly six to seven kilometer at its widest point and over 130km long, it is bisected by the international border between India and China. A few years back the government decided to open it to tourists though the lake and its surrounding is under army surveillance. Enjoy the landscape in the back drop of the Lake. One rarely feels so close to nature and environment and the scenery is unforgettable.
Day-6 Pangong Lake to Tsomoriri Morning at leisure to explore the beauty of lake and later we drive further towards the east. This is a new route which has very recently been opened for the tourists. Drive along the Pangong lake enroute crossing villages of Man, Mirak, Chushul ( which is just 80 kms from the Chinese border and is famous for the memorial of Maj. Shaitan Singh who sacrificed his life in the Sino India war of 1962 and every year the flag meeting of the Chinese and Indian Army is held here). Further we drive to Tsaga and Loma bend and upon reaching Mahe take a left turn and continue to drive till you reach Tsomoriri.
Day-7 Visit Korzok monastery and walk around Spend the whole day in the area visiting the Korzok monastery and taking a small hike to the end of the village which has some nomadic settlement. One can see the nomadic way of life and interact with them and understand their life style. We can also find a number of wild animals and birds.
Day-8 Tsomoriri – Leh (Via Tanglangla) Post breakfast we check out from the Camp and proceed towards Tsokar Lake. On the way we will see the hot sulphur springs at Puga known to have medicinal properties and cure a lot of ailments. Thereafter we continue to drive in the same direction and visit the Tsokar lake. Thereafter we continue to drive towards Leh enroute stoping at Tanglangla pass, the second highest motorable pass in the world at 5350 m.
Day-9 Departure from Leh After breakfast, get transferred to Leh Airport for onward departure.
Leh - Leh lies at altitude of 10500 ft and the region basically is a high altitude desert and home to ancient monasteries, offers some extreme weather and exceptional views.
Nubra Valley - Nubra Valley (120 kms from Leh) is known for being the high altitude desert area having sand dunes and the double humped camels.
Pangong Lake - Pangong Lake (160 kms from Leh) is situated at about 14,200 feet and is the world’s highest saltwater lake.
Tsomoriri Lake - Tsomoriri or Lake Moriri in the Changthang area is a High Altitude Lake (HAL) with an altitude of 4,595 m (15,080 ft) in Ladakh, It is the largest of the High Altitude Lakes in the Trans-Himalayan biogeographic region.