• Assistance on arrival and departure
• Accommodation on twin sharing basis
• Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
• Transfer, Sightseeing and Overland Jo read more
Morning we drive to Nubra Valley also called as Dumra, lies in the north of Leh. It is accessible over the Khardung la pass, one of the highest motor-able roads in the world at the height of 5359 m. From Khardung-la we drive to Diskit Monastery - the oldest and largest Gompa in Nubra valley famous for its beautiful architecture and intricate frescos and wall paintings. Also visit Future Buddha - - A 108 feet statue of Lord Buddha. Pass by the Shyok River and arrive at Nubra Valley, know for its pristine natural beauty, stunning lakes, apricot orchards and lovely surroundings. This spectacular valley is also known for the Bactrian camels and Quad biking, if time permits you can enjoy these activities on your own at an additional cost.read less
Today we do excursion to Turtuk Village. The landscape, culture, language, clothing, and even the physical features of people change quite drastically crossing over into Turtuk, technically entering Baltistan region. It is the Indian-administered part of Baltistan region. In 1971 war Indian army captured this village and it is the last village in Ladakh near LOC. It is also one of the gateways to the Siachen Glacier. In the evening return back to Nubra Valley.
Travel to Pangong Tso – the most popular lake in Ladakh region, as it is situated on high altitude and it keeps changing colour from shades of blue to green. The brackish water of this lake has very low micro-vegetation and has no aquatic life. The lake acts as an important breeding ground for a variety of birds including a number of migratory birds. The lake water stretches for more than 100 kms from China, Tibet to India. Overnight at Pangong.read less