Mesmerising Leh Ladakh Tour

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  • Itinerary
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  • Things to do


The Ladakh region is nestled by the land of many passes, snow clad mountains and scorched land. It  is among the highest of the world's inhabited plateaus in between the Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges. The walls of dramatic mountains that border in Ladakh, which makes for unforgettable scenery

Enjoy the destinations and be blessed, AIP Team will Assure your Pleasure. 


  • Day1

    Arrival - Delhi

    Day 01 - Arrive Delhi Upon Arrival Indira Gandhi Airport Delhi, meet and greet by our representative and hand over to Driver. Then transfer to hotel to check in. Overnight in Delhi.

    Fly to Leh

  • Day2

    Leh Sightseeing

    Morning fly to Leh, On arrival check into the hotel. Rest of the day free and easy or leisure. Overnight stay in Leh

    Leh Breakfast

  • Day3

    Leh Sightseeing

    Morning after breakfast, proceed for sightseeing of Leh, visit Magnetic hill, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Indus Zaskar sangam, Shanti Stupa - peace seat of Japanese Buddhists, inaugurated by Dalai Lama and Hall of Fame War Museum. Overnight stay in Leh

    Leh Breakfast

  • Day4

    Leh – Khardung La Pass – Nubra Valley

    After breakfast drive you to Nubra Valley - it lies in the north of Leh and is accessible over the Khardung la (5,570 Mts.) one of the highest motorable roads in the world. Arrive at Nubra Valley in the evening. Overnight in Leh.

    Leh Breakfast

  • Day5

    Nubra Valley – Diskit – Pangong Lake

    Morning after the breakfast, proceed to visit Diskit Monastery. The Gompa is one of the highest points near the village belonging to the yellow sect (Gelugpa). Parts of the gompa, which house 120 resident monks, are about 700 years old. The Dukhang has many statues, one of which holds the head and left arm of Turkish invader believed to be about 5000 years old. Later Proceed to Pangong Lake Pass by the Shyok River. Arrive at Pangong lake.

  • Day6

    Pangong lake – Leh

    Morning proceed to explore around the Pangong Tso. There are lot of rare birds and wild animals in the vicinity. The lake at 14,500 fts is the largest in Asia and its water stretch for more than 100kms from China, Tibet to India. Later drive to Leh enroute visit Hemis Gompa. Enjoy folk dance in the evening.

  • Day7

    Back to Leh

    After having the breakfast, Pass by Indus river, enroute visit Thiksey Gompa Hill top Monastery, Rancho School(Subject to Operation) Leh Palace - Built by 16th century ruler Sengge Namgyal, which was badly damaged during Kashmir - Ladakh war. View of old town, Zanskar mountains. Overnight stay in Leh.

  • Day8

    Leh to Delhi

    Morning fly to Delhi and fly back to your destination


Include / Exclude


  • Accommodation with breakfast in the selected hotels on twin or triple sharing basis.

  • Meal Plan as per the itinerary.

  • Assisstance of driver cum guide.

  • All transfers and sightseeing by Air conditioned vehicle.

  • Driver allowance, Fuel charges, Parking, Toll, Interstate tax etc.


  • International airfare and airport taxes.

  • Travel Insurance

  • All Entrances fees

  • Tips and porter charges

  • Personal expenses.

  • Any other services not specified above



Things to do

1.Leh Palace

        The iconic architectural wonder seems to guard the beautiful town of Leh from a hilltop.Climb to the rooftops to witness the commanding views of towering snow-laden mountains and river valleys.With hanging wooden balconies, magnificent mural paintings and royal collections of crowns, jewelry and costumes, the 17th-century Tibetan-style palace is indeed a good start to Ladakh holidays and definately one of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh.


At the thrilling altitude of 5,359 m., Khardungla enjoys the reputation as one of the world’s highest mountain passes (sometimes designated as the highest in the world).Winding roads unveil spectacular mountain landscapes while the fluttering prayer flags lend multiple hues to the scene. Mountain biking through the pass is something you would remember till the last breath.

3. Zanskar

The chaotic world behind as you traverse through the gigantic and handsomely rugged Zanskar Range exploring a secluded world of magnificent terrains.Zanskar Valley is full of surprises like the honeycomb-imitating Phugtal Monastery, authentic traditions and villages with ever-smiling faces.All this is reason enough for us to mark Zanskar as one of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh.

4. Pangong Tso

Undoubtedly among the top places to visit in Leh Ladakh, Pangong Tso is the ‘enchanted lake’ with dramatic mountain backdrops, clear blue skies and peaceful ambience filling the entire canvas.Be there to enjoy the feasts of breathtaking sunrise and sunset views and moonlit nights if you decide to night-camp at its shores.Bird-watchers get to explore the likes of Brahmini ducks, black-necked Siberian cranes and bar-headed goose.

5. Buddhist Monasteries near Leh

The town of Leh is the gateway to some outstanding Buddhist monasteries that standing on rugged hillocks overlook the majesty of Ladakh’s enthralling landscapes.The largest of them is Hemis Monastery, known for its Tsechu festive celebrations while Shey Monastery hosts the colossal gold-plated Buddha statue.A similar statue of Future Buddha can be found at Thiksey Gompa and the mesmerizing colorful wood cravings of Likir Monastery are simply unmatchable. Inimitable murals and Buddhist artifacts are other highlights of most of them.

Dress up modestly at these religious places. Know about the festive celebration schedules at each of these monasteries in advance and make sure to attend at least one of them.  

6. Nubra

Popular as the Valley of Flowers, Nubra has patches of greenery and picturesque orchards on one hand and white sand dunes on the other. And if you visit this astounding valley in winters, be ready to walk on a moon-like landscape.One of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh, it promises once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ride Bactrian (double-hump) camels.Another captivating feature of the place is the hot springs at Panamik with curative qualities.

7. Hemis National Park

Snow leopard roams here fearlessly and is a visual treat to the eyes. Hemis High Altitude National Park is home to other exotic Himalayan species like Tibetan wolf, red fox, Himalayan marmot, Asiatic ibex and Eurasian brown bear. Bird-watching is another activity as the park is home to accentors, warblers, sirens, snow finch, choughs, snow cocks and more. The best time to visit the park is between May and September. Trekking is the best way to explore it. Entry fee is INR 20/100 for Indians/foreigners.

8. Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill in Ladakh dares to defy the laws as it showcases the power to attract vehicles uphill.No wonder that the aeroplanes flying in the region are enforced to escalate to higher altitudes. Definitely, a wonderful memory to take back home and among the top places to visit in Leh Ladakh!

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