Cultural Ladakh



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Ladakh occupies a very strategic position in Asia, presenting as a frontier province of India where three international border meet, while in the past some of the busiest trade route of central Asia criss crossed here. Two of the world's mightiest mountain range: The Karakoram and the Great Himalayan surround it in the north and south respectively. Geographically the northwestern extension of high and dry Tibetan plateau. Consequently, rainfall is scant and the general terrestrial features of the area are dry and deserted like. Ladakh is alive repository dwindling Tibetan culture heritage. Thousands of religious and cultural monuments in the form of monasteries, nunneries and hermitages dot its eerie terrain. It is in the Ladakh alone one can still savoring the variety and beauty of unique and self-contained Himalayan Civilization.

Day 01: Arrival in Delhi
Day 02: Delhi/Leh (Flight)
Day 03: Leh Sight Seeing
Day 04: Leh/Lamayuru
Day 05: Lamayuru /Prinkit La/Wanla (Trek)
Day 06: Wanla/Phenjila/Hinju (Trek)
Day 07: Hinju/Konzke-La/Sumda (Trek)
Day 08: Sumda/Dhundhuntse-La/Chilling (Trek)
Day 09: Chilling/Shingo (Trek)
Day 10: Shingo/Ganda-La/Rumbek (Trek)
Day 11: Rumbak/Stok-La/Stok/Leh (Trek/Jeep)
Day 12: Leh/Delhi/Onward Destination (Flight)

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Season: May to September
Duration: 7 days trek
Grade: Moderate



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