Ladakh
Destination
Trekking, River Rafting
Adventure
₹ 27,500/- + 4.5 % Service Tax (Per Person) – Minimum Group Size 4 Persons
Price

About the region:
Ladakh “land of high passes” is a region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and lies between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south. As the highest plateau in the state, with much of it being over 3,000 m, it spans the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges and the upper Indus River valley. Stark and beautiful vistas characterize much of this high altitude desert region.

About the trip:
This trip will give you a quick glimpse into this phenomenon called Ladakh. It is a fly in and fly out of Leh trip with an introduction to the town of Leh and its offerings and culture, an insight into the high passes of Khardung La (world’s highest motorable road) into Nubra valley, further a visit to the high altitude lake and an adrenalin rush of rafting through the river Zanskar.

Total Duration 07 Nights / 08 Days
Style of Trip (Driving Holiday)
Grade Moderate
Maximum Altitude 18,380 ft
Best Season June ‐ September
Accommodation Hotel – 05, Deluxe Tented Camps – 02
Food Breakfast at hotels: Breakfast and dinner included at camp;
Travel In small non-AC vehicles

Recommended Itinerary.

COST :-
Rs. 27,500 /- per person (in INR)
For a minimum of 4 persons
*4.5% Service Tax extra

Note: 
Heater during this season may not be required. However, if required the charge for the same Rs. 1000/‐
per day per heater in a room. We can organize this if required.

Cost Includes 
Accommodation on twin/double sharing:
Leh: In a cozy, clean hotel or similar in for 05 nights with breakfast
Nubra: In a deluxe tented campsite for 01 night with breakfast and dinner  included.
Pangong: In a tented campsite for 01 night with breakfast and dinner included

Travel / Transport 
All land arrangements from airport arrival /departure transfer in Leh, sightseeing, excursions, as per the itinerary in exclusive non‐AC Innova or similar .

Cost Excludes
• International and domestic air fares to Leh and from Delhi to onward journey
• Any additional stay or transport or excursions arrangements other than specified.
We can definitely assist in case of any additional arrangements.
Kindly note, Leh does not have vehicles at disposal
•  Monument entry fees
• Guide charges other than specified in the ‘cost includes’
• Meals during travel between two destinations. Meals included specified in the inclusions
• Any kind of insurance, such as accident, theft, medical, evacuation etc
• Tips to the drivers, camping staff, porters and guide Any extra costs incurred due extension / change
of the itinerary due to natural calamities,
flight delays, road blocks, vehicle breakdown etc. factors beyond the control of Getupandgo.in and its associates
• Items not specified in “Cost Includes”.

Please refer to our booking terms and conditions on our website www.getupandgo.in

Payment bank details:
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Address : Brindavan Apartments, 2nd Floor,
No 19 Khader Nawaz Khan Road,
Chennai 600006, IndiaName of Bank : HDFC BANK
Bank Address : 40 Nungambakkam High Road,
Chennai 600034, India.
Account Number : 00827630000112
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WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM THIS ADVENTURE TRIP

About the region:
Ladakh “land of high passes” is a region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and lies between the Kunlun mountain range in the north and the main Great Himalayas to the south. As the highest plateau in the state, with much of it being over 3,000 m, it spans the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges and the upper Indus River valley. Stark and beautiful vistas characterize much of this high altitude desert region.

About the trip:
This trip will give you a quick glimpse into this phenomenon called Ladakh. It is a fly in and fly out of Leh trip with an introduction to the town of Leh and its offerings and culture, an insight into the high passes of Khardung La (world’s highest motorable road) into Nubra valley, further a visit to the high altitude lake and an adrenalin rush of rafting through the river Zanskar.

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Day 01: Arrival Leh

Early morning arrive into Leh and meet the driver and drive to your hotel in Leh. Settle in and have your breakfast in the hotel. This day is used to acclimatize well to the Leh weather and go for small, slow walks around Leh and its markets. Keep active, drink sufficient water, keep hydrated and keep warm. Overnight
in Leh.
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Day 02: Leh Half day sightseeing

We treat this day as our acclimatization day again. Post late breakfast, is for sightseeing ‐ Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Leh Palace, Hall of Fame and then head to the Shanti Stupa which is a Buddhist white‐domed stupa on a hilltop in Changspa. We enjoy the panoramic view of the city at sunset. From here we can choose to leave the vehicles and walk down to Leh taking some quiet, back roads and into the Leh market to wander around at leisure. Overnight at Leh.
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Day 03: Leh Full day Sightseeing

This day is for taking in the sights of Leh and to acclimatize further before we head to the higher altitude driving excursions. We visit the Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery and Stok Palace. Hemis stands on the western bank of the Indus River. The monastery also boasts of a very rich collection of ancient relics. It also serves as the venue of an annual festival, known as the Hemis Festival. Thiksey houses one of the largest Buddhist statues, the 15‐meter‐tall Champa, the Buddha of Future. Today, Thiksey is one of the most frequently visited monasteries in Ladakh. About a hundred monks live here. The Stok Palace is where the current royal family lives. The museum at the Stok Palace has an intriguing collection of Buddhist art, weapons, jewellery and artifacts, including thangkas painted with colors derived from crushed precious stones. Also on display are the ceremonial head dresses or ‘peraks’ of the erstwhile rulers of Ladakh. These headdresses are decorated with turquoise, lapis lazuli, coral and gold, making them an exotic sight. Overnight at Leh.
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Day 04: Leh - Nubra Valley (3047m/ 9997ft; 125 km; 6 hrs drive)

Back on the road this time towards Khardungla Pass (5,602 m / 18,380 ft), the world’s highest motorable pass. After a photography session and acclimatization break on the pass we cross it and head towards Nubra Valley. Nubra Valley is sandwiched between the Karakoram Mountains to the north and the Ladakh range; to the south lie the Shyok and the Nubra rivers. The villages of Nubra are scattered along these two valley floors. This is a beautiful region that once formed a part of the Silk Route into Afghanistan. Because of the lower altitude a wide variety of fruits, vegetables and grains are grown here, creating an impression of abundance. In the evening we visit the beautiful sand dunes of Hundar. We check into our deluxe tented campsite.
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Day 05: Nubra - Leh (3449 m / 11319 ft; 125 km; 6 hrs)

After breakfast, the group sets off to visit the white sand dunes and if lucky, one can take a ride on the double‐humped Bactrian camels. We have lunch at Hundar and then head to Diskit Monastery, behind which stands a 106‐foot‐tall Buddha statue, the tallest in the Ladakh region. Return back to Leh. Overnight stay in a hotel in Leh.
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Day 06: Leh - Pangong Tso (4080 m / 13386 ft; 155 km; 10 hrs both ways)

Early morning, we drive to Pangong the world’s highest brackish water lake – Pangong, 150 km long and 4 km wide spans two countries, India and China (2/3rd of the lake lies in China). The sun paints its various hues on the canvas of the surrounding mountains as we watch spellbound, while walking on the shores of the lake. Evening is free for leisure. Overnight at hotel in Leh.
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Day 07: Return to Leh. Evening at leisure.

Evening at leisure.
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Day 08: Final departure

We head towards the Airport to board the flight for onward journey.
Tour Ends…..
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Tour Reviews

5 based on 3 reviews
August 13, 2016

We had an excellent vacation this May, just before the official season started. We were a group of 23, friends and family! Arjan and Neha arranged for a thoroughly enjoyable trip! We had more than just a Glimpse of Ladakh. Next on the bucket list is a trek with this team :)!

August 13, 2016

I had gone to leh/ladakh through get up and go travels along with a group of 23 tourists, all friends and their families. The trip was amazing to say the least. The accomodation provided, the food and the transportation was all above standards. The tour operator/guide took very good care of us providing us the correct input each time we started on a daily trip. If you are planning a trip to leh/ladakh……..GET UP AND GO !!!

August 15, 2016

Fantastic trip; excellent arrangements by getupandgo for our large group. Scenic Ladakh is sure a photographer’s paradise

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