Ladakh with Nubra Valley

7 Days

Ladakh is a region in the northernmost part of India, bordering Tibet to the east and the Himalayas to the south. It is a high-altitude desert that boasts of spectacular natural beauty, with rugged mountains, deep valleys, and pristine lakes. One of the most picturesque parts of Ladakh is the Nubra Valley, situated in the northeast of the region.

The Nubra Valley is known for its stunning landscape, including sand dunes, river valleys, and snow-capped peaks. It is also home to several Buddhist monasteries and quaint villages where one can experience the unique culture of Ladakh. The valley is accessible via the Khardung La Pass, which is one of the highest motorable roads in the world.

Travelers to Nubra Valley can enjoy a variety of activities, including trekking, camel rides, and exploring the local cuisine. The valley is also famous for its hot springs, which are said to have therapeutic properties. Overall, Ladakh and the Nubra Valley are a must-visit destination for anyone seeking adventure, natural beauty, and a glimpse into a rich cultural heritage.


The Ladakh with Nubra Valley package is a travel package that offers an opportunity to experience the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Ladakh and Nubra Valley. The package typically includes transportation, accommodation, and guided tours of popular destinations such as Leh, Pangong Lake, and the Nubra Valley. Travelers can visit monasteries, experience the unique culture, and engage in activities such as trekking, camel rides, and hot springs.


On arrival at Leh airport meet our representative who will transfer you to your hotel in Leh. Upon arrival, proceed for check-in at your hotel.
The remainder of the day will be for rest, to acclimatize. Since you are reaching an altitude of 4000 meters approximately from 200 meters in just one hour time, you may be excited and would want to explore everything on your very first day. However, it is your body that needs to get acclimatized to such height and climate. We sincerely suggest that you rest on the first day for body acclimatization. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

In the morning, after breakfast, drive to Sangam (Confluence). En-route visit Magnetic Hill and Gurudwara Patthar Sahib. Visit Confluence of Zanskar and Indus River.
The Sangam (Confluence): The confluence of the Indus and Zanskar Rivers lies in Ladakh at Nimu. The Indus runs through Ladakh all along by your side serving as a constant companion and you feel a sense of respect for this lifeline of the people of Ladakh, especially since Ladakh experiences rainfall of only 2 to 3 inches throughout the year. Both Indus and Zanskar Rivers merge with each other as if they had flown all along just for that purpose. From this point on, beyond this Confluence of the two, the waters are regarded as the Indus River.
Magnetic Hill: Can anyone ever imagine the movement of a vehicle up a steep mountain with its engines off? Reach Magnetic Hill to experience this phenomenon which sounds unbelievable.
Gurudwara Pathhar Sahib: Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is a beautiful Gurudwara constructed in the memory of Guru Nanak, about 25 miles away from Leh, on the Leh-Kargil road, 12000 ft above sea level. The Gurudwara was built in 1517 to commemorate the visit to the Ladakh region of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder Guru of the Sikh faith. On your way back, visit Ladakh Hall of fame. Hall of Fame: Hall of Fame in Leh is a must-visit for every individual in India. This is constructed by the Indian Army. You will find memorabilia, eminent defense personalities biographies, images and weapons used during the Kargil war, and belongings of enemy soldiers found at the war site.
Hall of Fame: Hall of Fame in Leh is a must-visit for every individual in India. This is constructed by the Indian Army. You will find memorabilia, eminent defence personalities biographies, images and weapons used during the Kargil war, and belongings of enemy soldiers found at the war site.

Early morning proceeds to Nubra Valley via the World's Highest Motorable road (5602 Mts) Khardungla pass.
Khardung la Pass (18,380ft above sea level): It is not very often that one gets to drive on a road at an altitude of 18,380 feet. That is where Khardungla Pass, meaning the Pass of Lower Castle, is located on the way from Leh to the Nubra Valley in Ladakh. It is the highest motorable road in the world as signs put up by the Border Roads Organization proudly proclaim. Arrive at Nubra Valley and proceed for a visit to the White Sand Dunes at Hunder. You can also enjoy a camel ride here (Camel ride on a direct payment basis).
Nubra Valley: Popularly called the orchard of Ladakh, Nubra valley offers a graceful view of yellow and pink wild roses in summer and a carpet of wild lavender in the post-monsoon season. You will definitely be overwhelmed to see the Bactrian Camels (Shaggy double hump Camel) around sand dunes. Thereafter, check-in at a comfortable Camp or Hotel. Evening at leisure. Dinner & overnight stay at the camp or hotel

The morning after Breakfast proceed for Diskit Monastery. Post the Diskit Monastery, proceed for the backward journey to Pangong via Shayok/Warila.
Pangong Lake: The picturesque lake is one of the major draws of the Leh-Ladakh valley. a location of several film shootings and known for its pristine waters surrounded by awe-inspiring mountains, Pangong Lake is a prime tourist attraction. The long and narrow lake lies in the neighborhood of the famous Chushul Mountains. The mirror-calm water is cold, clear, and extremely salty. The lake is a breeding ground for a variety of birds. In the evening check in to your camps at Pangong Lake. Dinner and overnight stay at the camps.

In the morning have breakfast at your camps in Pangong. Thereafter, proceed for your journey back to Leh. Upon your arrival in Leh, you may enjoy the evening at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Today morning is free for leisure. After Lunch visit Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa & Local Market.
Shanti Stupa (Japanese Peace Pagoda): Shanti Stupa/Japanese peace pagoda is built by a Japanese religious organization headed by Head monk Nakamura with help from the organization and local people. It is situated at a hilltop in Cahngspa village providing a bird's eye view of the Leh town and the surrounding mountain peaks. Architecturally it has the Japanese touch with small clean rooms on the side for meditators and the main Japanese shrine at the entrance.
Leh Palace: The Namgyal Tsemo (victory Peak) was built by King Tashi Namgyal after the reunification of upper and lower Ladakh and victory over Hor and their bodies are placed under an image of Mahakala, the guardian deities to stop further invasion of Hor. The Leh palace known as "Lechen Palkhar" was built by Singay Namgyal around the beginning of the 17th Century A.D. The nine-storied palace is now deserted, and the ASI (Archeological Survey of India) has taken up the renovation work

Tour concludes. After breakfast we thank you for your patronage and ensure a punctual transfer to Leh Airport to catch the flight for your onward Destination. Tour ends with unforgettable memories, which we believe you will give us a chance to serve you again and again

The Trip Cost Includes

  • 05 Nights Hotel and Accommodation mentioned above or Similar as per the itinerary
  • Daily Breakfast and Dinner. Meeting and assistance services on arrival / departure.
  • Air–conditioned chauffeur driven Deluxe Etios/ (Tavera for Standard) /Innova/Tempo Car for city sightseeing, tour, excursion etc. as per above program.
  • All parking, fuel, toll and driver allowances.

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • India VISA
  • International/Domestic Flight
  • Gondola Tickets
  • Mughal Garden Entrance fees
  • Pony Rides in Pahalgam & Sonamarg
  • Transport for Local Sight Seeing in Pahalgam & Sonamarg
  • Any kind of gratuity/Tip to our representative, guides and driver.
  • Any other expenses not mentioned in the cost include.

Frequently asked Questions

What is the best time to visit Ladakh and Nubra Valley?

The best time to visit Ladakh and Nubra Valley is from June to September when the weather is pleasant and the roads are open for travel. During this time, travelers can experience the beautiful landscapes, trekking, and outdoor activities.

Is it necessary to obtain a permit to visit Ladakh and Nubra Valley?

Yes, travelers need to obtain a permit to visit certain areas in Ladakh and Nubra Valley, including the Pangong Lake and Nubra Valley. The permit can be obtained from the local authorities in Leh and is required for both Indian and foreign nationals.

What are the main attractions in Nubra Valley?

The main attractions in Nubra Valley include the Diskit Monastery, Hundar Sand Dunes, Yarab Tso Lake, and Panamik hot springs. Travelers can also enjoy a camel ride on the sand dunes.

What is the altitude of Ladakh and Nubra Valley?

Ladakh and Nubra Valley are located at a high altitude, with Leh at an altitude of 3,500 meters (11,483 feet) and Nubra Valley at an altitude of 3,048 meters (10,000 feet). Travelers are advised to take necessary precautions to avoid altitude sickness.

What is the mode of transportation to reach Ladakh and Nubra Valley?

The most convenient mode of transportation to reach Ladakh and Nubra Valley is by air or road. The nearest airport is in Leh, and the region is accessible by road from Srinagar and Manali. Travelers can also hire private taxis or take shared taxis and buses to reach the region.

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Ladakh with Nubra Valley
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