Nubra Valley on Foot
Best Season: July - mid-September
Sightseeing of Leh visiting Shey, Thiksey & Hemis. Also visit Leh Old Fort and Local bazaar.
Explore Nubra Valley on foot.
Cross two high passes.
See the beautiful Indus Valley & Nubra Valley.
See the small villages of Ladakh during the trek and know more about the locals' way of living.
Enjoy splendid views of Stok range, Karakoram range and a spectacular view of Saser Kangri (7672 m) during trek.
Rickshaw ride in the narrow lanes of Chandni Chowk and walk through the lanes of Old Delhi market.
Visit India's largest mosque - Jama Masjid in Delhi.
Option of visiting the beautiful Taj Mahal.
A calm and meditative world, Ladakh boasts of a landscape so beautiful and pristine that you will keep wanting to come back again and again. The old and beautiful monasteries are set between canyons and high peaks, amidst green villages that give the whole area a picturesque perfection. The colourful prayer flags spread spiritual messages with the mountain breeze, providing a calm aura to the whole place.
On this trek, we take you to the beautiful Nubra Valley on foot - crossing two high passes on our way. An adventurous trek is sure to bring out the best of Ladakh for you. Trekking details will be available on request.
Day 1 - Departure
Depart from your home country.
Day 2 - Delhi / Leh
Arrive at International Airport, where our representative will receive and transfer you to the domestic airport for your flight to Leh. The Leh airport is one of the most scenic airports, with the view of landscapes greeting you will pleasure as you fly above it. The city framed with mountains will leave you feeling calm and tranquil. At the Leh airport, you will be received by our representative. We have the day free to relax for acclimatization. You are advised to drink 3 – 4 litres of water regularly for better and faster acclimatization. We take a short mild acclimatization walk to the local bazaars. Overnight in hotel.
Day 3 - Leh
Today, we do sightseeing of some of the Buddhist monasteries of Leh. We drive to the Shey monastery, which has the tallest copper statue of Lord Buddha in Asia. It was built by a King of Ladakh as his summer retreat. From here, we continue driving to the splendid Thikse monastery, which is one of Ladakh’s biggest monasteries. In the Thikse monastery, monks gather every morning for chants, which lasts for about 2 hours. We drive further for about 40 minutes and visit the celebrated Hemis monastery, which is world – famous for the Hemis festival. We then drive back to Leh. Overnight in hotel.
Day 4 - Day 13 - Leh / Leh - Trekking
We begin our 10 days' trek from today, with 9 nights in tent / simple guest house. The round trek, where we cross two passes will bring us back to Leh on Day 13. In Leh, overnight in hotel.
Trekking details will be available on request.
Day 14 - Leh / Delhi
We fly back to Delhi, where we do half day sightseeing of fascinating Old Delhi. We take the amusing rickshaw ride in the crowded lanes of Chandni Chowk – the medieval style shopping haven. We also visit India’s largest mosque – Jama Masjid, which can accommodate about 25,000 people. Overnight in hotel.
Day 15 - Delhi / Agra (Optional) / Departure
You have the day free at leisure in Delhi for independent activities. If it is not Friday, you have the option to take the early morning Shatabdi Express (arr / dep 0600 / 0805) for a day trip to Agra to visit the famous and exquisite Taj Mahal, which is an eternal symbol of love. Also, visit the massive red sandstone structure – Red Fort. In the evening, you will be transferred to International Airport for your departure.