Day-1 Leh Arrival Arrival at Leh (10000 ft asl). Take it easy for rest of the day to acclimatise with high altitude climate.
Day-2 Explore Leh Day visit to Shey and Thiksey Monasteries, two of the most popularly visited monasteries around Leh. Thereafter visit Matho Monastery (Superb Views) and Stok Palace (Museum) before returning to Leh town for Lunch. Spend some time in market for shopping etc. before heading to Shanti Stupa in evening for superb views of the Leh Town.
Day-3 Leh - Khardung La - Nubra Valley Today you drive to Nubra Valley via Khardung La pass, one of the highest motorable passes in the world (18000+ ft asl). Thereafter you drive to Nubra Valley (10000 ft asl), a high altitude desert area offering a green backdrop and stunning views. In the evenign you visit Diskit Monastery, one that is set atop a hill offering stunning views of the countryside. Thereafter you may visit the desert area for a Bactrian Camel ride and enjoy superb sunset views.
Day-4 Nubra Valley - Pangong Today you travel to Pangong (15000 ft asl - 160 kms - 6 hours) via Shyok and Durbuk. This is one of the most remote, adventurous and exhilarating drives of Ladakh. You reach Pangong by afternoon. Pangong is breezy and where you arrive for stunning views of the lake. Rest of the day you walk around Pangong lake reliving the "3 Idiots" moments.
Day-5 Return to Leh Today you return to Leh (150 kms - 4 hours - One way) via Chang La Pass (16000 ft). Enroute you will sight Marmots, enjoy a cup of Tea at Chang La Pass and visit Ancient Monasteries of Hemis. In the evening you may do market visit or enjoy some local style Tibetan dining experience before departure.
Day-6 Departure Today you depart from Leh for onward destination.
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.