Day 01: Arrive Manali:
Pick up from Manali bus stand & transfer to hotel, Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02: Manali to Sarchu, (205 Kms) (2850m) 7/8hrs.
Drive uphill along the Beas River to Rohtang pass (3950 mtrs.) the gate way between Lahaul and Kullu, Descend to Koksar and continue through several villages to Keylong the Headquarter of tribal distt of Lahaul and Spiti. Continue drive over Baralachala (4800 mtrs.) descend to plain of Sarchu
Night at Deluxe camp.
Day 03: Sarchu to Leh (3600 mtrs, 250 kms.) 8/9
Leave the vast Sarchu plateau, uphill curvy drive till Namkila 4950 mtrs, spectacular view of rugged rocks, over Lachulangla (5090 mtrs) descend to the gorge of cliffy Gangla jal to Pang, and further drive on vast plateau of Kyangchu-Thang (plateau of wild donkey) over Tanglangla 5332 mtrs, descend to the valley, passing by several villages of Ladakh, evening reached Leh check in hotel. Later visit monastery in the town, Shanti stupa and old fort, overnight at hotel.
Day 04: Leh sight-seeing :
After breakfast Leave to visit Shey, Thiksey, Hemis monasteries, and Sindhu Darshan, afternoon back to Leh, evening free visit to explore the town, overnight at hotel.
Day 05: Leh to Pangong (4298 mtrs.) 154 kms. And Pangong to Leh back.
This Lake is situated in Nyoma region of Tchang-Thang in the eastern sector of Ladakh. From Leh across Changla pass (5183 mtrs.) this lake is one of largest and most beautiful natural brackish lakes in the country. It is around 120 kms long, one third of its portion lies in Indian Territory and rest in Chinese Occupied Tibet. Overnight at hotel.
Day 06:- Leh to Diskit via Khalsar, 145 kms. Nubra Valley .Over Khardungla Pass. Back to Leh
Drive over world highest motor pass. Khardungla (5600 meters.) arrive at Khalsar. Continue to Diskit a district headquarter of Nubra valley, Visit monastery and town, Overnight stay at Leh Hotel
Day 07: Leh to Sarchu (250 kms.)
Day 08: Sarchu to Manali (205kms.)
Overnight stay at manali hotel
Day 09: Departure
Day at leisure evening transfer to bus station.
Tour ends with sweet memories with “Himalayan Frontiers”