Ladakh - Beyond Imagination


Vacation Showcase : Srinagar - 1 night, Kargil - 1 night, Diskit - 1 night, Korzok - 1 night, Leh - 5 nights

The peaks of Snow Mountains on bright mornings part the dense clouds and soar into the skies. Beneath the skies like a world submerged, lies a lost kingdom. Ladakh, the roof of the world opened to tourists only in the last decade. At an awesome altitude, this highland is the bridge between the earth and the sky!

Part fantasy, part reality... Ladakh, is where, the forces of nature conspired to render a magical unrealistic landscape... a landscape of extremes... desert and blue waters... burning sun and freezing winds... glaciers and sand dunes... a primeval battleground of the titanic forces which gave birth to the Himalayas.

Ladakh is a region in India totally isolated from the modern world. An authentic land, it is faithful to ancestral customs where life is characterized by intense spirituality. Even an Indian traveler will probably find no similarities in the land and people between the ones he leaves behind and those he encounters in Ladakh. Rich traditions of Mahayana Buddhism still flourish in the purest form in this region, which has often been referred to as Little Tibet.

Ladakh lies at an altitude from 9000 ft to 25170 feet. At these heights, you are on the roof of the world! As the highest inhabited land in the world, it holds a fascination for many, while for some there is an enchantment of seeing mountains which had been under the sea for millions of years. Ladakh is like a forgotten moment in time. It is common in Ladakh to come across villages carved out of veritable mountainside, stupas reaching the sky, monasteries virtually hanging from the cliffs and crags. Their interiors are filled with priceless antiques and art.

As the first rays of the sun hit the mountains, the monks blow the large copper trumpets from the rooftops of the monasteries. Below the monasteries, ritual articles are laid out, as monks investments and masks get ready for dancing in front of a gathering. As events build up, the music gets louder, incense is brought out and a group of monks in ceremonial dress come out to unfurl the large painted scroll. The night is alive with the illumination of shrines and buildings. A typical monastic festival in Ladakh takes place.


Nature Unlimited takes you on an incredible 9 nights/10 days journey, to the land of cold desert....




Day 1 * Arrive at Srinagar Airport around 11 AM and transfer to hotel.
  * After Lunch proceed for Shikara ride at Dal Lake and if time permits visit the famous Mughal Gardens.
  * Dinner and overnight stay at Srinagar.




Day 2 * After breakfast drive to Kargil, by passing the Zoji La pass and Picturesque Sonmarg, entering to the Kashmir valley.
  * Reach Drass - (3,230 meters, 60 kms west of Kargil on the road to Srinagar, are a small township lying in the centre of valley).
  * (It has become famous as the second coldest inhabited place in the world)
  * Lunch on the way.
  * Arrive Kargil by evening.
  * Overnight in Hotel at Kargil.






Day 3 * After breakfast drive to Leh via Mulbek (Giant Living Buddha Statue on Rock Mountain.
  * Visit Lamayuru Monastery (oldest monastery of Ladakh) on the way
  * Visit Moon Land, Fotula Pass &,Sangam of Indus & Zanskar river, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Magnetic Hill and Hall of Fame Museum. Lunch on the way.
  * Arrive at Leh by evening.
  * Dinner & Night stay at Leh.


Day 4 * After breakfast proceed to Hemis (40)km.
  * Visit Hemis Monastery..( Largest Monastery of Ladakh) and Thiksey Monastery.
  * Also visit shey and Stok palace in Hemis.
  * Return back to Leh in evening.
  * Dinner & Night stay at Leh.



Day 5 * After breakfast leave for Pangong Tso (14500 feet)
  * On the way we will pass thru’ Changla pass (17586 feet).
  * Enjoy the beauty of lake. Lunch at Pangong Tso.
  * Back to Leh in evening.
  *Dinner & Night stay at Leh.



Day 6 * After breakfast drive to Nubra Valley via Khardungla pass(Highest Motorable Road in the world at 18,380 feet).
  * Visit summer Monastery in Nubra Valley.
  * Visit Hunder monastery.
  * Two hump Bactrian Camel Safari at Hunder in the evening.
  * Dinner & Night stay at Diskit/Hunder


Day 7 * Visit to Diskit Monastery after breakfast.
  * Visit open air Statue of Buddha near Diskit Monastery.
  * After Lunch drive back to Leh via same route. Free time at Leh.
  * Dinner and Night stay at Leh.




Day 8 * Early morning departure for Tso Moriri via Chumathang (Hot Water Spring) and Mahey Bridge.
  * Evening at leisure. Enjoy the beauty of Tso Moriri.
  * Dinner & Night stay at Korzok village.




Day 9 * After brekfast proceed back to Leh.
  * Evening at Leisure.





Day 10 * After breakfast proceed to Leh Airport to return back to Mumbai..
  * Tour ends with sweet memories.


Costing and other details

Tour Dates: 20th September to 29th September, 2013

Tour Cost: Rs.36,750/- per head  (minimum group size of 6 persons)

Any additional person in the same room will cost extra on per day basis. Only one additional person per room is allowed.
In case of group size less or more than 6 people or not in multiple of 6 people, the new cost will be applicable
Please read Booking and Cancellation policy


Tour Cost Includes:

  • Pick up from Srinagar Airport
  • Drop to Leh Airport
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • All meals
  • Mineral water (1 bottle per person per day)
  • Complete journey by non AC Innova.
  • Charges for Inner line Permit
  • Wildlife & Environmental Fee
  • Parking & Toll charges

 Tour Cost does not include:

  • Airfare
  • Monastery entry charges
  • Shikara Ride Charges
  • Mughal Garden Entry fee Charges
  • Charges for two Hump Bactrian Camel Safari
  • Laundry Charges
  • Tips
  • Charges of personal nature
  • Any other cost not mentioned above


Location Hotels/Camp Provided
Hotel Paradise or Hotel New Mamta or Houseboat
Kargil Hotel Greenland or similar
Leh Hotel De Oasis Villa/Hotel Snow Land or similar
Nubra Sand Dune Leisure Camp/Hotel Snow Leopard or similar
Tso Moriri Nomadic Camp/Yak Camp or similar






Note: This year Ladakh Festival will be celebrated from 20th to 26th September, 2013 and subject to time availability we may attend the same one evening.

Flight information for Srinagar:

On 20th September, 2013, please book anyone of the following flights for Srinagar:
Spice Jet (SG 851) reaching Srinagar at 11.15 a.m.


JetKonnect 9W-7088 reaching Srinagar at 10.30 a.m.


JetKonnect S2-4108 reaching Srinagar at 10.30 a.m.