Tours are available on:
Point of Entry/Departure:
New Delhi, INDIA
Join us on this transformative odyssey, where the beauty of Ladakh's scenery and the wisdom of Buddhism converge to create an unforgettable experience for both the body and the soul.
Embark on an extraordinary adventure with our tour through the breathtaking landscapes of Ladakh, often referred to as "Little Tibet." Our journey takes you deep into the heart of this mesmerizing region, where the stark beauty of the Himalayas meets the vibrant Tibetan Buddhist culture. Explore the ancient Thiksey Monastery, a marvel perched on a hill, offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Immerse yourself in the serenity of Alchi, known for its ancient monastic art and architecture that transport you through time.
As we traverse the enchanting landscapes, our path will lead us to the renowned Nubra Valley, a high-altitude desert with unparalleled beauty. The stark contrast of sand dunes against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks creates a surreal experience. The influence of Buddhism is palpable in every corner, with monasteries and prayer flags dotting the landscape, creating an atmosphere of tranquility and spiritual harmony.
Beyond the visual feast, this journey is a gateway to well-being. The serene surroundings and the spiritual ambiance of Ladakh provide a unique opportunity for introspection and mental rejuvenation. The mindfulness embedded in Buddhist teachings becomes a guiding force, offering a holistic wellness impact.
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The typical schedule
Welcome in Delhi + Flight to Leh
Acclimatization + Afternoon walk to Leh Palace
Morning Walk to Stupa + Acclimatization
Journey to Nubra Valley passing Khardung La (5300m)
Journey to Pangong Lake
Journey to Leh
Visit to Hemis & Thiksey Monastery
Back to Delhi
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.
~ Mark Twain
Before You Travel
Travelers arriving in India who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to present a negative RT PCR test result. Furthermore, travelers will not be required to quarantine on arrival, but instead must self-monitor their health for 7 days.
All travelers going to India should submit their self-declaration form and upload their negative Covid-19 RT PCR test result or vaccination certificate in the Air Suvidha Portal before the scheduled travel. Travelers shall also submit a declaration with respect to the authenticity of the report and will be liable for criminal prosecution if found otherwise.
Please note that there will be a random post-arrival testing at the airport on arrival. Such travelers in each flight shall be identified by the concerned airlines.
Learn more information on the Guidelines for International Arrivals issued by India's Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
FOOD + WATER
You will need to arrive in Delhi by midday or by latest early afternoon on the starting date.
We can look into that together and secure your arrival time. Your Airport pick up is provided.
- Pack light! Rucksack & Backpack 60L is recommended. No suitcases pleases.
- You will definitely need a good quality shoe with ankle support for this trip as there's lots of walks and hikes in the forest. This is very important !! I recommend SALOMON brand.
- Keep in mind to bring some warm clothing. Although it can be sunny in the daytime with temperatures around 19-26 degrees Celsius, the temperature can drop to around 7-10 degrees Celsius at night in the mountains.
- Do bring earplugs to allow you to get a good night’s sleep.
- Bring a flashlight.
- Bring you ATM visa/mastercards. Ensure you have sufficient funds.
- Shoes are not to be worn inside temples or Ashrams. Generally shoes are not worn inside most buildings. Footwear is usually left outside at the entrance of the building.
- Don't look into the eyes of monkeys and don't feed them as they may take your whole bag away!
- Never walk alone at night wherever you are in India.