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Leh Culture Tour

Places Covered - Delhi » Manali » Keylong » Sarchu » Leh-Lamayuru » Kargil » Srinagar » Jammu » Amritsar » Delhi
(23 Days / 22 Nights)


Enjoy the breathtaking views from the hilltops and get ready to be mesmerised by the magnificent culture and heritage that awaits you after your hike. In truth, Ladakh's culture has been enhanced by its monasteries, and travelling there is more than rewarding. This unique itinerary is created to give you the greatest enjoyment possible in the area.

Tour Guide

At the airport or train station in Delhi, I will personally meet you and transport you to the hotel.
Drive your automobile to Manali, passing through Mandi, the entrance to the Kullu valley, an important intersection on the salt road to Tibet. Visitors can observe the spectacular Pandoh Dam, which diverts water from the Beas River, as they travel through the Mandi. As you go through the Sainj valley, you may take in the stunning alpine scenery. You will pass through the Vaishno Devi Temple en route to Manali; it is located in a small cave. And more exciting locations to explore while staying the night in Manali.
We depart for Manali's site-seeing after breakfast. In Manali, you can see the Hadimba Devi Wooden Temple, Orchards, Temples, and go shopping in the evening on Mall Road.
After exploring the local sights in Manali, drive to Keylong. En route, you'll traverse the Rohtang Pass, the Vashist Pass, and the Khoksar Gateway to the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys. The penultimate village before the magnificent Lahual and Spiti Valley, Keylong offers Buddhist monasteries and frescoes. Guests can stay in Keylong or Sarchu.
Following breakfast, we go for Leh. Spend time at the HEMIS MONASTERY en route to LEH 3523 Mts., then spend the night there.
It is the intriguing seat of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Council, also referred to as Little Tibet. Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, Spituk, and Samkhar monasteries, as well as the Shanti Stupa, Stok Palace, and major Bazaar, are significant sites to see in and near Leh. The Namgyal Dynasty once resided in the Leh palace that now dominates the town. Leh overnight.
The Khardung-la will be visited by visitors. It leads to Khardongla, the highest motorable road in the world (18,380 feet or 5,578 m). North of Leh is where Nubra Valley is located. The valley is home to numerous Buddhist monasteries, including the 350-year-old Diskit Monastery, Sumor, and Tigar. The region also offers unmatched trekking opportunities.
You will relocate for a week of trekking. You will witness the natural world, a lake, and unexplored areas of Leh while on the hike.
Likir and Alchi stop at Lamayuru for the night. The entire day is set aside for local sightseeing.
The caravan travels in the direction of Kargil and the location that follows.
As you reach the Kashmir Valley and travel by automobile toward Srinagar, you will pass the Zoji-la and the scenic Sonamarg.
Dal Lake is more of a complex network of interconnected streams than a single expanse of open water. A network of causeways separates the lake into Gagribal, Lokut Dal, and Bod Dal. The Dal Gate, located at the lake's city end, regulates the lake's water flow into the Jhelum River Canal.
The hill resorts of Batote, Patintop, and Kud are located along the Srinagar to Jammu route. Before reaching the Jammu region, visitors must travel via the Jawarhar Tunnel, a 3 km tunnel. Visitors can stop in Jammu City for the night while travelling and visit the well-known Vaishno Devi shrine.
Following breakfast, we depart for Amritsar. Amritsar's history is incredibly interesting. The city is associated with mythology and is known for its powerful Sikhs. The fourth Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Ram Das, reportedly commanded his son Guru Arjan Dev to build a temple there after learning of the pool's curative properties. Amritsar sightseeing, the renowned Golden Temple, and an evening parade at the Wagah Border.
We leave Delhi after breakfast. Hotel check-in and overnight stay in Delhi.
You will see both the Old and New Delhi on the last day of the journey. Depending on your preference, depart in the evening.

Inclusive/ Exclusive

Your Tour Includes:

Lodging in hotels on a twin/double basis.
Daily breakfast buffet.
AC Cars are used for every airport and train station arrival and departure.
All toll taxes, state taxes, and driver compensation that may be applicable.

Your Tour Does Not Includes:

Any meals besides those mentioned.
Expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone calls, laundry, liquor etc.
The cost of entrance to any monuments visited while sightseeing.
Anything else.
Any train or air tickets.
All applicable government.