Trip to Ladakh ( Leh To Srinagar)


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  • 8 Days  7 Nights 
  • Difficulty - Easy Moderate
  • For 12+ years
  • Best Season - Summer (May, June, July) Monsoon (Aug, Sept, Oct)

You’ve seen it in pictures and videos. You’ve lived it by hearing stories. Now, experience the Ladakh trip for real. Ladakh is the crowning jewel of India and we are on route to the Ladakh trip, friends; If you’ve ever thought that a biting cold desert cannot put your soul to fire, this Ladakh trip will make you realize that you’re wrong. 

Ladakh makes even the most laid-back people feel adventurous. Muddy valleys, barren mountains, shining lakes, and blazing sun, makes you feel like you’ve reached a gold mine. The enchanting Tibetan chants, those ‘in the middle of nowhere kinda villages, and the best locals with the warmest hearts. If you are planning for a Ladakh tour, you are in for some real magic.



Arrive Leh upon arrival in Leh, you will be welcomed by the breathtaking landscapes of the Ladakh region. You'll be transferred to your hotel where you can relax and acclimatize to the high altitude, which is essential for your health and comfort during the rest of the trip. It's recommended to take it easy on this day, drink plenty of water, and avoid strenuous activities to allow your body to adjust.
Overnight stay in Leh
Meal: Dinner



Today, you'll embark on a fascinating journey exploring the cultural and historical teasures of Leh. Your itinerary will include visits to Shey Palace and Monastery, an ancient royal residence with intricate murals and statues; Thiksey Monastery, a striking hilltop monastery offering panoramic views of the Indus Valley; and Hemis Monastery, one of the largest and wealthiest monasteries in Ladakh, known for its colorful festivals and sacred relics. You'll also have time to wander through the bustling markets of Leh and marvel at the architecture of Leh Palace, a former royal palace perched atop a hill overlooking the town.
Overnight stay in Leh
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Leh to Nubra Valley Today's journey takes you from Leh to the enchanting Nubra Valley, famous for its dramatic landscapes and serene atmosphere. You'll drive through the world's highest motorable pass, Khardung La Pass, which stands at an elevation of over 5,300 meters, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Along the way, you'll stop at Diskit Monastery, the oldest and largest monastery in Nubra Valley, Finally, you'll arrive at your accommodation in Nubra Valley, where you can unwind and soak in the tranquility of this remote Himalayan paradise.
Overnight stay in Nubra
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake Prepare for another day of stunning scenery as you make your way from Nubra Valley to the world-famous Pangong Lake. Your journey will take you through the rugged terrain of the Shyok Valley, where you'll be treated to breathtaking views of towering mountains, lush green valleys, and meandering rivers. Upon reaching Pangong Lake, you'll be mesmerized by its shimmering blue waters, which change color throughout the day. You'll have the opportunity to explore the lakeshore, take photographs against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks, and simply immerse yourself in the tranquility of this natural wonder.
Overnight stay in Pangong
Meals : Breakfast and Dinner

Pangong Lake to Leh After a memorable stay by the shores of Pangong Lake, it's time to bid farewell and return to Leh. You'll retrace your route through the rugged terrain, passing through the picturesque Chang La Pass, which stands at an elevation of over 5,300 meters. Along the way, you'll have the chance to stop for photographs and soak in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Upon reaching Leh, you can spend the evening relaxing and reflecting on the unforgettable experiences of the past few days.
Overnight stay in Leh
Meals : Breakfast and Dinner

Leh to Kargil Today, you'll embark on a scenic drive from Leh to Kargil, a historic town located on the banks of the Suru River. Along the way, you'll pass through dramatic landscapes, including the towering peaks of the Himalayas and the rugged terrain of the Zanskar Range. You'll make several stops en route, including the Hall of Fame Museum, which honors the brave soldiers who fought in the Kargil War, and Magnetic Hill, where you can experience the fascinating phenomenon of magnetic pull. You'll also visit the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers, where the two mighty rivers merge in a spectacular display of nature's power. Finally, you'll arrive in Kargil, where you can unwind and enjoy the hospitality of this charming Himalayan town.
Overnight stay in Kargil
Meals : Breakfast and Dinner

Kargil to Srinagar Today's journey takes you from Kargil to the picturesque city of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. Along the way, you'll pass through breathtaking landscapes, including lush green valleys, gushing rivers, and towering mountains. You'll make a stop at the Drass War Memorial, also known as the Kargil War Memorial, which honors the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the Kargil War. You'll also have the opportunity to soak in the beauty of the Kashmir Valley as you approach Srinagar, with its famous gardens, shimmering lakes, and historic landmarks.
Overnight stay in Srinagar
Meals : Breakfast and Dinner

On the final day of your journey, you'll bid farewell to the beautiful city of Srinagar And
will be coming back to Mumbai
Meals : Breakfast 


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  • Pick up and drop from both airports as per the timings mentioned in the itinerary
  • Traditional welcome drink at one destination
  • Accommodation for 7 nights in Hotels/Camps
  • Breakfast for 7 days
  • Dinner for 7 nights
  • All internal Transfers for 8 Days
  • Wildlife fees & red cross fees
  • Inner line permit for Nubra, Pangong
  • Free Guidance
  • Complete travel assistance from home town to Srinagar and back if required
  • HikerWolf expertise
  • 1 Hour shikara ride if time permits
  • 1 Night stay in Houseboat
  • Exploring Indus Valley on Road
  • Enroute Zoji la , Khardung la & Chang la



  • Any airfare
  • 5% GST
  • Any kind of personal expenses or optional tour/extra meal ordered.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “ Prices included”.
  • Guide fee, Camera fee & any monument entrances / medical & travel insurance.
  • Any changes that you may choose to make during your tour/ additional cost due to flight cancellations, roadblocks, etc.



Here is a list of essentials that you will need for the trip: 


Medical Kit: 

  • Moov/Iodex
  • Dettol/ Savlon
  • Headache Medicine
  • Dizziness and body pain medicine
  • Disprin/Asprin
  • Band-Aids
  • Medicine to suffice for lack of oxygen
  • Imodium
  • Diamox
  • Stomach ache medicine

Wearable Items:

  • Sunscreen/ UV protection
  • Sunglasses, Cap
  • Mustard Oil (for applying in nostrils as it can become dry and painful due to the dry and cold winds of Ladakh)
  • Lip Balm
  • Muffler
  • Water/Windproof jacket.


  • Glucose
  • Chocolates
  • Nuts etc.


  • Jackets/Pullovers/Sweaters
  • Woollen Socks
  • Light trouser/T-shirt
  • Dress in layers as there are a sudden fall and rise in temperatures over there.


  • Face Wash
  • Paper Soap
  • Toothbrush and paste
  • Wet tissue/Dry tissue
  • Moisturizer
  • Comb

Other necessities:

  • Government-issued ID card along with photocopies of it.
  • Medical Insurance (if any)
  • List of important contacts on a paper in case of phone battery discharge
  • The charger of your phone.
  • Extra battery for cameras as batteries die quickly in a cold environment.
  • Extra memory cards for the camera
  • Enough cash as there are long queues at the ATMs in Leh.
  • Only BSNL post-paid connection works there.
  • Torch with extra cells
  • Swiss Knife



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