The sprawling Jammu and Kashmir-Leh township is a representation of India’s history and cultural richness. Betake
yourself to the low-key surroundings of the dusky beauty of India with this 5 nights 6 days Leh sightseeing tour while
embarking on many soul-reviving expeditions.
When the flight glides over J&K’s picture-perfect landscape, it’s time for you to realize that your Leh sightseeing tour
has finally began! A road trip through the stunning views of Leh follows. As you acclimatize on the first day, as a
boisterous experience in this semi-hued corner is all set to get you hyped, the second day of your Leh sightseeing tour
compensates for the lazy first day. With locations such as Leh Palace, Hall of Fame, Shey Palace, Shanti Stupa, and
Leh Market being the highlight of your itinerary today, the day it should be a tiring one, so a hot piping dinner is served
for the next day to carry back the vim and vigor. Nubra Valley, next on your itinerary, takes you to Hunter for a camel
ride and a visit to Diskit’s biggest monastery. You travel through Chang La Pass to Pangong Lake, which is followed by
en-route visits to the famed Shey Palace, Thiksey, and 3 Idiots Rancho School. A scenic flight journey will put your
travel to an end.
Book this 5 nights 6 days package for Leh sightseeing tour today and discover this Indian russet gem.
Day 1 Arrival at Leh
Your arrival awaits Leh
Get ready for a heavenly view over the top view of the rugged terrain of Leh with the launch of your Leh sightseeing trip,
as you travel oversights such as Nanga Parbat, Gasherbrum summits, and Nun Kun Massif, and an upcoming encounter
with the paradisiacal desert town of Jammu and Kashmir state. You will have been safely escorted to your hotel to stay
until you hit Leh. To conform to the high altitude climate, check into the hotel and bid indoors today. Enjoy a piping hot
specialty from Leh before retiring for the night.
Day 2 Leh: Sightseeing jaunt
The focus of today’s itinerary is the local and historical charms of Leh.
The day starts with a full breakfast at the hotel, and a full-day sightseeing tour in Leh is a success. Leh Palace, Hall of
Fame, Shey Palace, Shanti Stupa, and Leh Market are the locations that will colour your tour itinerary today. Head back to
you in the evening when a wonderful meal awaits you, a post that will send your little shut eyes to the night.
Royal Leh Palace
The Royal Leh Palace, resembling the nature of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, is built on a cliff overlooking the
charming town of Leh. No explorer out there can miss this spot, a prominent sign of the glory of the royal family
living in this city in the old days! The beautiful Buddha statue at the back of this palace adds more to this places
What better place than this to evoke any thoughts from within? The Shanti Stupa, located on a hill in Chanspa,
Leh, is one of the most majestic and peaceful Buddhist temples you could possibly see for the best of Ladakh
sightseeing in the extreme north of India. To enter the Stupa that provides stunning sunrise and sunset views,
take the steep slights. The Shanti Stupa is also one of the best tourist places in Ladakh due to the panoramic
views of the scenery around it.
Hall Of Fame
The Hall of Fame is a museum dedicated to all those soldiers who fought and sacrificed their lives for the nation during
the Indo-Pakistan War. In the picture frames that hang on the museum walls, this courageous act has been inculcated
and will tell you the story of their courage. There are arms and facilities used by the troops, apart from that. It is one of the best
places in Ladakh to visit.
Day 3 Transfer to Nubra Valley
Your Leh sightseeing tour takes you to the Nubra Valley on this day.
Start your day with a hearty morning meal and start your drive through Khardung La, the highest motorized path in the
country, to the Nubra Valley. Check into the hotel/camp when you enter Nubra Valley, and spend the evening at leisure
with a visit to a Ladakhi house. Return to the hotel for a relaxing overnight stay until completed.
Khardungla Pass is a gateway leading to the valleys of Nubra and Shyok and is one of Ladakhs best tourist locations.
Though this may not be a traditional Leh Ladakh tourist attraction, it is certainly among the must-visit places for adventure
junkies to visit in and around Leh Ladakh. Kardung-la Pass, operated by the Border Roads Organization, is the gateway to
the north and one of the most challenging but exciting passes to travel on.
Certainly one of the best places to see in Ladakh, Nubra Valley, a tri-armed valley to the north-east, was featured as
one of the top 5 places to visit in Ladakh. The sand dunes of the Nubra Valley offer experiences like Arabian Nights
to visitors. Nubra valley, with its two-humped camels, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Leh Ladakh.