Early morning leave for Jispa, cross through Rohtang Pass (13,000 ft) and enter the Lahaul Valley. Visit Raja Gyepan temple at Sissu Village. Lunch at Keylong, then drive to Jispa.
Overnight at Jispa.
Rohtang Pass connects two most beautiful valleys of Himachal Pradesh, Manali and Lahul Spiti. At an altitude of 13,000 feet, Rohtang Pass lies beyond the villages of Manali and enchant travellers for its unmatched beauty. Accessible for less than 6 months, adventurers and biking enthusiast reach here through the winding roads, rough terrains and sometimes harsh weather to take in the beauty of Rohtang Pass. With a spellbinding location and picture-perfect vistas, Rohtang Pass is definitely one of the must-visit spots in Manali.
After breakfast, leave for Leh. On the way, cross Baralacha La Pass at 16040 ft, Nakee La at 15,647 ft and Lachung La Pass at 16,600 ft. Post lunch, continue to Leh through Skyangchu Thang (plateau on a stretch of 42 km) and Tanglang La Pass at 17,480 ft, the 2nd highest motorable road in the world. Reach Upshi and drive along with the Indus River. Arrive at Leh by the evening and check in to the hotel.
Overnight at Leh.
Situated at an altitude of 16,040 feet, Baralacha La Pass is one of the highest mountain passes in the world. Baralacha La Pass connects the two major mountain ranges of India, Pir Panjal and Zanskar Valley. Located around 73 km from Keylong on the Manali-Leh Highway, the pass is a stunning attraction for travelers going to Ladakh.
Lies on the way to Sarchu from Pang on Leh-Manali Highway, Lachung La pass is one the alluring high passes of Ladakh at an altitude of 16,600 feet. The pass remains open only for around four and a half months in a year during the summer season for traveller taking a road trip to Ladakh from Manali.
Nakee-la is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 15,647ft above the sea level, located in the Ladakh region of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The pass is traversed by the Manali-Leh-Highway, on the way to Manali from Taglang La. Nakee la Pass is third of the five passes to be crossed while traveling from Manali to Leh. It is between Sarchu and Pang. You've got to be really careful with the wheels because of pathetic road conditions that could test the patience of even the most seasoned drivers.
One of the high mountain passes in Ladakh, Tanglang La is located at an altitude of 17,480 feet is said to be the second highest motorable pass in the world. The majestic pass lies on the way to Leh from Manali on Leh-Manali Highway and offers a scenic view of the valley.
After breakfast, proceed for an excursion to Sham Valley. Visit Likir, Alchi Monastery, Sangam (Confluence of Zanskar & Indus Rivers), Magnetic Hill, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara and Hall of Fame museum.
Overnight at Leh.
At an altitude of about 12,000 feet, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib is a beautiful religious spot and a significant attraction around Ladakh on Leh-Srinagar Highway. It is said that in the 1970s, during the construction of Nimmu Road, a rock was found with prayer flags wrapped around it. When it became impossible to move the rock, it was concluded that it was the rock that was used to kill Guru Nanak, which turned soft at the time and left him unharmed. Hence, the Gurudwara was built around that rock. It is one of the most beautiful places in Ladakh and a must-visit.
Recollect the days spent in bringing glory to the nation at Hal of Fame. Located around 4 km from Leh city, the Hall of Fame was built to honour the soldiers who sacrificed their lives defending India in the Indo-Pak War. Maintained by Indian Army, the museum has seized arms and amenities of Pakistan Army, pictures and biographies of brave soldiers. A must-visit museum in Leh, Hall of Fame will take you to a different world altogether.
Explore the mystery behind the Magnetic Hill. Lies at a distance of 30 km from Leh city on Leh-Srinagar Highway, Magnetic Hill defies the phenomenon of gravity. Surrounded by alluring mountains, it’s one of the most visited attractions in Ladakh. It is said that if you park your vehicle on the yellow box marked on the road in neutral and it will start moving uphill. There are many theories behind the curious phenomenon. One theory suggests it is just an optical illusion and the hill is actually downwards. Another theory is that there are strong magnetic forces that defy the law of gravity.
After breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley via Khardung La (highest motorable road in the world at 17,582 ft). You can take short breaks at roadside cafes and scenic points for photography. On arrival check in to the hotel/camp. Post lunch, enjoy a camel safari (double-humped Bactrian camel which is found only in Ladakh & Mongolia) at the Sand Dunes between Diskit and Hunder Village.
Overnight at Nubra Valley.
One of the most picture-perfect high passes in Ladakh, Khardung La Pass lies on the way to Nubra Valley from Leh. Feel at top of the world at an altitude of 17,582 feet, Khardunga La is said to be the highest motorable pass in the world. Surrounded by snow and alluring mountains, Khardung La Pass is a treat to your eyes.
Discover the beauty of high altitude cold desert of India. Nubra Valley is one of the most visited places in Ladakh for its variety of landscapes, sand dunes and double-humped Bactrian camel safari. Located around 120 km from Leh, Nubra Valley lies beyond Khardung La Pass from Leh. The unique mountain vistas along the pristine Shyok River make it one of the top places to visit in Ladakh.
Diskit Monastery is one unique attraction n Nubra Valley, known for its gigantic golden statue of Lord Buddha. Considered one of the oldest and the largest Buddhist centres in Ladakh, Diskit Monastery is one of the must-visit places in Nubra Valley before heading to the Hunder Sand Dunes for an amazing camel safari experience.
After breakfast, leave for Pangong Lake 13,940 ft, a drive of 6-7 hours. Arrive at the camp. Spend the rest of the day at leisure and enjoy the sunset on the banks of Pangong Lake.
Overnight at Pangong Lake.
Take a glimpse of this stunner mountain lake. Nestled perfectly amidst the baked mountains, Pangong Tso will sweep you off your feet at 13,940 feet in the Himalayas. The crystal clear salt water lake with the azure skies and golden mountains make a picture-perfect sight that will remain etched in your mind forever. Located around 150 km from Leh City, Pangong Tso is one of the must-visit places in Ladakh.
Early morning, enjoy the picturesque view of sunrise on Pangong Lake. After breakfast, drive back to Leh, en-route visit Thiksey Monastery and Shey Palace.
Overnight at Leh.
Nestled along the Indus River, the beautiful Shey Palace and Monastery is one of the ancient palaces in Leh. Shey used to be the capital of ancient Ladakh. Built-in 1665 by the King of Ladakh as his summer retreat house, Shey Palace is a must-visit place in Leh for its beautiful architecture and history.
One of the vibrant and peaceful monasteries in Ladakh, Thiksey Monastery is a must-visit spot in Ladakh. The scenic beauty, the surreal location, and the calm surroundings of the monastery is an experience in itself. Perched on a hilltop, it is one the largest monasteries in Jammu and Kashmir and well-known for its structure and colourful prayer rooms.
After breakfast, visit the Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa and Leh Market. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight at Leh.
The bustling Leh Main Bazaar is the best place to spend your evenings in Leh. It is loaded with cafes having delicious local cuisine and vibrant shops to take home Ladakh’s memories. Ladakh’s blue stone jewellery is well-known in India and Leh Market is the best place to buy them with a little bargaining. Take a stroll around the market and take in the beauty of a market at an altitude of more than 11,000 feet crowned with golden snow-capped mountains.
One of the most visited places in Ladakh, Leh Palace is perched on a cliff in Leh city. A former royal palace overlooking the magnificent Himalayan ranges of Ladakh, Leh Palace is the best place to get a glimpse of Ladakh’s architecture and history. One of the biggest tourist attraction in Leh from the 16th century, Leh Palace is undoubtedly one of the must-visit places in Leh.
The majestic Tibetan structures, Shanti Stupa is an epitome of peace in Leh, located on a hilltop at Changspa in Ladakh. It is one of the best examples of exquisite architecture. The white-domed stupa with a backdrop of mountains Shanti Stupa is one of the best places to get a bird’s eye view of the Leh city. If you are looking for the perfect golden sunrise in Leh, head to Shanti Stupa and experience one of the best evenings of your life.
Early morning transfer to Leh airport for your onward journey.
Guests at Hotel Ibex Jispa can access the internet at the property. This hotel in Manali is located at 51 km from the Suraj Tal Lake and at 30 km from the Tandi Bus Stop.This property has 27 rooms with attached bathrooms and hot/cold water supply.This Manali hotel has an in-house restaurant.
It provides laundry service, medical assistance, and room service.Hotel Ibex Jispa also has a front desk. The Joginder Nagar Railway Station is at 279 km from this property and the Kullu Manali Airport is at 186 km.
We are located in a peaceful and beautiful Chuli, Katpa with a magnificent view of famous expedition Stok Kangrri in the Zanskar Range and world's highest motorable road Khardongla in the Ladakh Range
Situated at a walking distance to the main market which takes only five minutes and along the road locals are busy in their fields.
And in between splendid view of Shant Stupa, Namgyat Tsemo and famous story high Ladakh Palace.
Hotel Himalayan Heritage is the only hotel in Ladakh with fully functional traditional Ladakhi kitchen, with a small museum of antique articles on dispaly.
Hunder lies in the heart of this valley with some very unique fascination like sand dunes at walking distance, jumping, dancing and shining crystal clear water of the glacial stream, cool summer breeze caused by the beautiful plantations, ruins of buildings, river banks covered with throns and other plants. In the middle of the village is the Hotel Snow Leopard. It is about 10 km from diskit monastery and around 125 km from leh and is known for providing guests with homely atmosphere and comfort. It is a place away from outside disturbance and noise, neither traffic nor hustle and bustle disturbs the guest's peace. its calm environment natural park landscape surrounded by flowers, plants, fruits, lawns and running water, with food and comfortably furnished accommodation at reasonable prices is a dream of every traveller.
The Buddha Camp Pangong Ladakh have 13 generously spaced, made of 3 compartments quiet & pleasant comfortable tents. There are separate sleeping and living areas, an continued back veranda with a shower room (hot and cold water) and toilet. The Buddha Camp Pangong Lake Ladakh have small ventilation chambers which act as a cool window.
Cancellation Charges Per Person
You are eligible for a full refund for any cancellation request 30 days prior to departure. But, such a cancellation will incur a communication and processing charge of Rs. 2000 per pax.
Cancellation has to be sent to us by email.