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Delhi-Simla-Manali-Chandra Tal-Kaza (Lahul Spiti)-Rupshu-Leh
In this package the guests are picked up right at Delhi and taken on an extreme adventure safari. Travel begins at Delhi through Chandigarh, Simla* reaching Manali (2 days stay plus local sightseeing). From Manali after crossing Rohtang one arrives at the famous Chandra Tal Lake and enjoys local sightseeing in Lahul, Spiti, Kaza etc areas. From Kaza (Kiber) a trek is undertaken to Tsomoriri via Parangla which is completed in 9 days.

The guests are then picked up at Tsomoriri, given an intimate taste of nomadic life around Korzok and driven to Leh visiting some famous monasteries (Hemis, Tak Tak, Thiksay) on the way.

In Leh depending on the choice of guest one can have cultural tours towards lower Ladakh. Visitis to famous local monasteries or a visit to the valley of flowers - Nubra which involves driving on the highest moterable road in the world via the Khardungla pass. On the way back one can cycle down from the top of the pass to leh.
The last day is stewen with more adventure involving rafting on the historical river Indus.

As earlier mentioned this is a highly customizable package and can be extended or shortened depending on the guest's preferences and time at hand.

(*optional, depends on guest choice)




New Delhi-Srinagar-Drass-Kargil-Zanskar-Leh

In this high adventure package the guests are picked up at New Delhi and flown to Srinagar (Kashmir). The stay in Srinagar is on the world renowned house boats or Hotels. Local sight seeing with visits to the famous Mughal Gardens and hill resorts of Pahalgam, Gulmarg etc. are undertaken. The Srinagar stay extends to 3-4 days.
From Srinagar a drive is undertaken to Kargil via Sonamarg and Drass (the second coldest place in the world). After a one night stay in Kargil one drives to Zanskar via the beautiful Suru valley, reaching Padum (Zanskar) for a halt and local sightseeing.
From Padum one proceeds on trek to Lamayuru (the broken moon land) (10 days).
Guests are then driven from Laymayuru towards Leh visiting famous monasteries like Alchi, Likir, Rizong on the way.
A days rest in Leh is followed by either a package tour to the high altitude Tsomoriri lake; visiting nomadic inhabitations around Korzok and visiting monasteries (Hemis, Tak Tak, Thiksay) while driving back to Leh (3 days) OR a visit to the valley of flowers- Nubra by crossing the highest motorable road in the world via the Khardungla pass. On the way back one can cycle down from the top of the pass to leh.

The package can be extended or shortend as per the choice and time available with the guest.

SPECIAL NOTE :  Indian tourist can skip trekking option from Zanskar and instead stay in Sonamarg and visit Amarnath Shrine and then continue drive to Leh in car visiting places of tourist interest on the way.




(Trekking On Frozen Zanskar River)

Popularly known as Chaddar Trek, its only possible in the month of January and February . The trek has two versions; a longer version, which takes about 22 days includes 3 to 4 days acclimatization in Leh. The trek starts from Chilling to Padum (Zanskar) and then back to Chilling. The shorter version takes about 15 days including three to four days acclimatization in Leh. Here the trek starts from Chilling to Lingshed and back.

This trek is carried out fully by local staff mainly from Zanskar including guides, potters, cooks etc. Unbelievably this trek doesn’t required any technical know how, only requirements are metaphysical in nature consisting of will-power and courage. Though we have seen many of our guest getting loads of it just by undertaking this adventure. Walking on the frozen river, sleeping in natural mountain caves, passing through narrow gorges, meeting inhabitants of remote villages who are isolated from the rest of the world for a greater part of the year are some of the thrilling features of this treks besides the landscape and the scenic beauty. This is a trip which will be etched in ones memory forever. A delight for the body and the soul.