Leh - Ladakh Safari

6 N / 7 D
from $1925 per person


  • Leh- Capital of Ladakh
  • Magnetic Hill- Reverse  Gravity
  • Nubra Valley- Valley of flowers
  • Magnetic Hill- Experience reverse gravity
  • Pangong Lake- A photographer's delight
  • Disket Monastery- 100 ft tall Buddha statue and Camel Safari
  • Thiksey Monastery- Little Lhasa

Group Size : 10
Duration : 6 Night(s) / 7 Day(s)
Start From : New Delhi
Finish At : New Delhi


Ladakh - the ‘Land of the High Passes’ - is among the most stunning parts of the Indian Himalayas. Surrounded by Pakistan, Tibet and Xinjiang Province (China) and India’s Himachal Pradesh, it forms the eastern part of Jammu & Kashmir. North of Leh, Ladakh’s capital, lays a far-flung and austerely beautiful enclave cradled by rugged Mountains ‒ this is the Nubra Valley (often simply abbreviated to Nubra), a tuft of land on the very scalp of India.

The beautiful and diverse Ladakh is a traveller's favorite, Leh's cold desert of Nubra Valley and Zanskar Valley and the alpine lakes are the best places for nature and photography travel.This is a 9,850-foot-high Himalayan desert. It is Ladakh’s bleak emptiness along with a brief poplar blossom which looks like snow that attracts the most intrepid of travelers.

Places Covered

  • Leh
  • Hall of Fame War Museum
  • Pathar Sahib
  • Sangham
  • Magnetic Hill
  • Basgo
  • Alchi
  • Disket
  • Nubra Valley
  • Sumoor
  • Pangong Lake
  • Thiksey Monastery


Day 1


You arrive on an early morning flight from New Delhi to Leh, where you will be greeted by your Tour Director. Check-in to the hotel and spend the day relaxing and adapting to the high altitude of Ladakh. Enjoy the surrounding mountain views or take a stroll in the Bazaars.

Overnight stay at The Grand Dragon Hotel

Day 2

Leh - Hall of Fame - Pathar Sahib - Sangham - Magnetic Hill - Basgo - Alchi - Leh

We start early and travel west of Leh to the popular ‘Hall of Fame’ war museum. Here, you can learn about Ladakhi history, visit the museum of war memorabilia. We then continue on to the Sikh temple known as ‘Pathar Sahib’ before taking a pit stop at the mysterious Magnetic Hill where you can experience reverse gravity in action as your vehicle appears to move without power. Continuing on our Safari, we arrive at the Sangham lookout where you can view the confluence of the Zangskar and Indus rivers and then drive through the picturesque Basgo village. Arrive at Alchi Monastery (famous for its Kashmiri influenced architecture) just in time for lunch and then return to Leh for a well earned rest.

Overnight stay at The Grand Dragon Hotel

Day 3

Leh - Disket - Hunder - Sumoor

Soon after breakfast we head towards ‘Nubra Valley’ popularly known as the ‘valley of flowers’ with wildflowers and medicinal plants grown all over the landscape. In the northern part of Ladakh, (between the Karakoram and Ladakh Himalayan ranges) the journey between Leh and Nubra takes you to ‘Khardung-la pass’ which is the world’s highest motor able road (18390 feet above sea level) The journey to Nubra is a half day drive of breathtaking landscapes and spectacular scenery, the experience is truly unforgettable. On arrival, you will visit the Disket Monastery which has a 100 ft tall Buddha statue. We then enjoy a camel safari on the double humped camels around the cold desert sand dunes at Hunder.

Overnight stay at Himalayan Eco Resort

Day 4

Summor - Leh City tour

In the morning you will visit Samstanling Monastery in Sumoor and then return to Leh with one last drive over Khardung-La pass. Strolling around the town, you can shop for local handicrafts; souvenirs etc. Later, sightseeing starts at the ancient Tse Mo castle with crumbling architecture and you get to see an aerial view of the town; we visit the ancient Leh palace and then proceed to the magnificent Japanese built Shanti Stupa where you can see the beautiful sun-set.

Overnight stay at The Grand Dragon Hotel

Day 5

Leh - Pangong Lake

Today we take an adventurous and scenic trip to the magnificent Pangong Lake. A must see destination for your time in Ladakh, more than half of the lake marks the border between India and China. The appearance of the water is said to change colour at every angle of the sun- which is truly a photographers’ delight. So don’t forget that camera and spare batteries.

Overnight stay at Martsemik Camp

Day 6

Pangong Lake - Thiksey - Shey - Leh

Enjoy the beautiful sunrise at Pangong Lake before making your way back to Leh via Thiksey Monastery, also known as ‘Little Lhasa’. Thiksey has become a popular tourist destination because of its architectural resemblance to the ‘Potala Palace’ in Lhasa, Tibet. Finish the afternoon with a short drive to the Shey Monastery and Palace, built in 1655 as summer retreat of the reigning King. Return to Leh with the evening free to roam around the market or relax. Tonight we have a special farewell dinner as we share our thoughts and experiences.

Overnight stay at The Grand Dragon Hotel

Day 7


Early in the morning we fly back to Delhi. As our tour draws to a close today, we bid goodbye to our guests who will leave us today and welcome new tour members as we embark on another Safari to the Mighty Himalayas.

Accommodation, if required on this day, must be requested at the time of booking.


  • All Accommodations
  • Airport Transfers
  • All Domestic Transportations
  • All Meals excluding any Drinks
  • All Entrance Fees, Tolls Etc
  • Services of a National Tour Director
  • Inner Line Permit fees, Wildlife fees etc.


  • International Air Tickets
  • Visa Fees
  • Camera Fees 
  • Travel Insurance, Vaccinations Etc
  • Any Personal Expenses
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