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Weekend in Leh (2-3 People)

Cost estimates
Days 4
People 2
Cost per person 8,550.0

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2 adults
0 childs

Transport Option

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Non A/C Mahindra SUV
Capacity : 4

Hotel Activities
day 1

Pangong Leh

Standard
Meal Plan : APAI
  • Explore Leh
  • Leh Market
day 2

Pangong Leh

Standard
Meal Plan : APAI
  • Alchi Monastry
day 3

Pangong Leh

Standard
Meal Plan : APAI
  • Pangong Lake - Day Excursion
day 4

Leh Town

Day 1

  • Leh

Pangong Leh

Standard
Meal Plan : APAI

Activities

  • Explore Leh
    After Lunch, visit the Leh Market, Lachen Palkhar(Leh Palace) and Shanti Stupa located on a hilltop.
  • Leh Market
    You can enjoy shopping for curios and souvenirs in the bazaars and markets of Leh, while on your tour of Ladakh. Popular items with tourists are Pashmina shawls, stoles and other Pashmina wool garments. Locally handmade woolen socks, gloves, caps and sweaters are a favorite of tourists in Ladakh.Tibetan handicraft items including prayer wheels, Buddhist masks and Thangka paintings can be purchased in Ladakh. Tibetan silver jewelry and traditional Ladakhi jewelry with turquoise are also popular with tourists. Apricots that grow abundantly in Ladakh are another popular gift that you can take back as a delicious souvenir of your trip to Ladakh. Handwoven rugs, carpets and shawls are available in a range of prices in Ladakh's markets. The carpets have floral or geometric designs or dragon motifs on them and can also be hung as decorative wall hangings. Woven in wool gathered from Ladakhi goats, and dyed with natural dyes, Ladakhi carpets and rugs are thick, long-lasting and objects of utility and beauty, which you can buy while shopping in Ladakh.

Alchi Monastery, Magnetic Hill

Day 2

  • Leh

Pangong Leh

Standard
Meal Plan : APAI

Activities

  • Alchi Monastry
    Renowned as the oldest Buddhist learning centre in Ladakh, Alchi Monastery is located 70 km from Leh in Jammu and Kashmir in north India on the bank of Indus River. A national heritage site, it is distinct from other monasteries in Ladakh as it is situated on flat ground unlike others which are located on hilltops. The foundation of the monastery was laid by Tibetan translator Rinchen Zangpo in the middle of 12th century. It has three main structures known as Dukhang, Sumtsek and the temple of Manjushri. Dukhang, the assembly hall, is the largest and the oldest preserved part of the monastery. Walls of the assembly hall are full of ancient paintings that depict different forms of Buddha and goddesses. Archaeological Survey of India is helping preserve the monastery.

Pangong Lake

Day 3

  • Leh

Pangong Leh

Standard
Meal Plan : APAI

Activities

  • Pangong Lake - Day Excursion
    Situated in the upper reaches of the Himalayan Mountain range about 140 km from Leh in Jammu and Kashmir, the lake is famous for its ever changing hues. At a height of about 13,900 ft, the name Pangong is derived from the Tibetan word Banggong Co meaning long, narrow, enchanted lake. While one third of the lake is in India, the remaining two thirds is in Tibet that is controlled by China. A majority of the streams that fill the lake are located on the Tibetan side. Despite containing saline water, the lake freezes over completely during winter. The lake does not support vegetation or aquatic life except for some small crustaceans. However, there are several small birds that the lake acts as an important breeding ground for. A large variety of migratory birds like Brahmani Ducks, rare black necked cranes and seagulls can be found nearby the lake making it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers. One can also spot Ladakhi marmots, the rodent-like creatures which can grow up to the size of a small dog.

Depart Leh

Day 4

  • Leh

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