You will be met by our Kashmir Boulevard representative at Manali, who will take you on an adventurous journey to Leh. Our first destination of the tour will be Jispa. So, pack up your bags and head on for the destination while crossing through Rohtang Pass and Keylong. Arrive at Jispa and enjoy an overnight stay in a hotel or camp.
After breakfast, take the roads from Jispa to Leh. En route, pass through Baralacha and Taglang La, Skyangchu Thang, and the Indus valley. Arrive in Leh and check into the hotel.
After breakfast, depart for a full-day tour of the Indus and Zanskar river Sangam, which includes a drive along the Indus river to Pathar Sahib Gurdwara and Magnetic Hill (where cars defy gravity) as well as a visit to the Leh Hall of Fame (which includes a museum of Kargil War memorabilia). Dinner and an overnight stay will be at the hotel in Leh.
After an early breakfast, the journey starts towards Nubra Valley, which is 135 km from Leh en route from Leh to Nubra valley you will be Driven through the world’s highest motorable road, Khardong La (17,982 ft). Reach Nubra Valley by late noon; check in at the hotel or camp. Later in the afternoon, leave the comforts of your room to enjoy a ride on a double-humped (Bactrian) camel to explore the white dunes of Hunder village. Treat your eyes to the mesmerizing beauty of the valley. Return to the hotel or camp as the delicious dinner awaits. Overnight stay will be at a camp in Nubra Valley.
After breakfast, drive to Turtuk (which was first opened for tourists in 2010), which is a place Turtuk, annexed by India only after the 1971 war, is one of India’s only Balti villages and is located right next to the LOC. Turtuk village, with its entire Muslim population, still resembles a miniature Pakistan. Turtuk village’s inhabitants still use traditional utensils, which are crafted from stone. Explore the village of Turtuk. The village offers views of a beautiful valley, part of Shyok Valley. On a clear day, you can see the K2 mountain peak in Pakistan, which is located across the border. Though a Muslim village, there are a few gompas located on the plateau above the Shyok River, and there is an old royal house to see in the village. return to Hundar by the evening. Nubra will be your overnight stop.
After an early breakfast, we will head toward Pangong Lake(Pangong Tso). The Pangong Lake is situated at a height of 4350 meters (14270 feet) in the Changthang region of the Leh district. The lake is six to seven kilometers wide at its widest point. It is bisected by the international border between India and China. The saline water lake is at a height of 4,350 m (14,270 ft) and has a brilliant variation, including deep blue and turquoise. Dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel or a camp
After breakfast, travel back from Pangong to Leh. En route, take a short halt at Changla Pass to enjoy a cup of hot, steaming tea, the Rancho School, Thiksey monasteries, and Shey palace. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Leh
Today is the day to say goodbye to the land of mystery and proceed to Sarchu (4290 m). Reach the destination by evening and enjoy your stay at Sarchu Camps.
After breakfast, depart for Manali, passing through Rohtang Pass once more. Your next journey will be entirely on your own.