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Ladakh Trekking Tour - 14 Days

Ladakh trekking tour is one of the best ways to explore the Himalayan region of India. Mission Eco Trek Nepal provides a complete information of trekking tour in Ladakh. Ladakh trekking tour visit the Buddhist monasteries of Shey and Thikse, explore the mountain city of Leh, hike on the trails between villages in the Markha Valley, see India's highest peak, Nanda Devi looming overhead. This trekking tour to Ladakh lead by the highly professional team of Ladakh trekking tour guide.

Ladakh Trek Tour Fact

Name: Ladakh Trekking Tour

Duration: 11 Days

Difficulty: Easy

Season: All year

Altitude: 300m/5160m

Cost: USD 2100 - USD 2500

Group Size: 1 - 12 people

Trip Package: Budget/Standard/Deluxe

Transfer: Bus/Car/Flight

Start/End : Delhi/Leh

Ladakh Trekking Tour 

  • Ladakh Trek Tour Overview
  • Trek Tour Itinerary
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Ladakh is the highest inhabited land in the world. It is also called mini Tibet of India. Ladakh trekking tour crosses villages carved out of veritable mountain sides, stupas and monasteries. Trek tour to Ladakh among tiny villages, walk through remote valleys and marvel at isolated Buddhist monasteries high up in the cliffs. Even though you haven't left India, trekking through this unique tapestry of colors and cultures. Ladakh trekking tour will make you feel that you've been transported to another world.

Day 1: Arrive in Delhi
Arrive at any time. Receive and transfer to Hotel. Feel free to explore, but make sure you're back in time to meet the group and review the details of your tour.
Day 2: Delhi to Leh (1h/30 minutes flight)
Morning transfer to Delhi airport. Fly to Leh and enjoy the rest of the day free to explore. Wander among the monasteries and stupas of the incredible mountain city of Leh, stopping to watch life passing by.
Day 3: Sightseeing tour of Leh.
Enjoy a full day of sightseeing tour of Leh visit the Buddhist monasteries of Shey, Hemis and Thikse. Enjoy the spectacular views across the Zanskar range. Check out the massive, three story statue of the Buddha in Shey monastery and admire the beauty of the Thikse monastery. Explore around the Hemis monastery, it's one of the most famous and largest monasteries in the region.
Day 4: Leh/Zinchan (12km, 4/5 hours)
Drive to Spituk Gompa. Explore the monastery, then begin the hike to Zingchen. The hike gradually ascends and passes through deep gorges on the way.
Day 5: Zinchan/Ganda La (16km, 6/7 hours)
Enjoy a full day hiking. Head for Ganda La today, with the peak of Stok Kangri looming overhead. Enter Hemis National Park and ascend through picturesque valleys towards the village of Rumbak. Hemis is a wildlife sanctuary and home of the snow leopard, an endangered species.
Day 6: Ganda La/Skiu (4950m, 15km, 4/5 hours)
Enjoy a full day trekking from Ganda La Base Camp to Skiu, including ascent of Ganda La (4,950m). The views from the pass include the entire Zanskar range below. Prayer flags and chorten line the route with the peaks of the Himalayas in the distance. Descend down to Skiu, where an old monastery marks the history of the area.
Day 7: Skiu/Markha (18km, 6/7 hours)
Full day hiking from Skiu to Markha. Walk along the Markha Valley, crossing the river and through settlements. The paths are marked by 'manistones', inscribed with Buddhist prayers.
Day 8: Markha/Thachungtse (18km, 6/7 hours)
Enjoy a full day hiking from Markha to Thachungtse. Castles, monasteries, and old mills line the trek, reminders of the once prosperous history of the region. Pass small hamlets on the trek, then look up to see the views of the impressive Mt Kangyatse.
Day 9: Thachungtse/Nimaling(10km, 3/4 hours)
Spend the full day hiking from Thachungtse along the Nimaling stream. Arriving at the Nimaling plateau, enjoy the view of the alpine grassland and the yaks that are brought to pasture here. This is the highest camping point on the trek.
Day 10: Nimaling/Shangsumdo (5150m, 20km, 7/8 hours)
It's a full day of hiking to Shangsumdo via Kongmaru La (5,150m/16,896 ft). This is the highest point of the trek and it's a challenging hike, but the stunning views across the Indus Valley and Ladakh mountain range are worth the effort. The descent is quite steep, with some river crossings along the way.
Day 11: Shangsumdo – Martselang (4h-5h 14km)
It's a short trek this morning, leaving Shangsumdo and returning to Leh. Drive the last section of this journey and enjoy the view while giving your feet a well deserved break. Walk back along a jeep track down to meet the transport and drive to Leh(1h,35km). Stretch out and scan the scenery from the comfort of a private vehicle.
Day 12: In Leh 
Take a day to relax and enjoy the sights around Leh. Absorb the culture at Hemis Monastery, once the richest and largest in the region. Visit Stok Palace and learn more about the history of the area.
Day 13: Leh to Delhi
Fly back to Delhi and make the most of the city with free time in the afternoon.
Day 14: Departure from Delhi
Depart at any time. Not ready to leave? We can help with travel arrangements to extend your adventure.

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