• Leh Ladakh High Altitude Road Trip with Tso Moriri Lake
  • Leh Ladakh High Altitude Road Trip with Tso Moriri Lake
  • Leh Ladakh High Altitude Road Trip with Tso Moriri Lake
  • Leh Ladakh High Altitude Road Trip with Tso Moriri Lake
  • Leh Ladakh High Altitude Road Trip with Tso Moriri Lake

Leh Ladakh High Altitude Road Trip with Tso Moriri Lake

India , Leh & Ladakh

Max Altitude

4522 m


7 Days

Max Group Size




Cost Starting From


Leh Ladakh is a region in the Indian union territory of Ladakh, located in the northernmost part of India. It is divided into two districts: Leh and Kargil. Leh, the largest city and the joint capital of Ladakh, is located at an altitude of 3,524 m (11,562 ft) and is connected by National Highway 1 to Srinagar and Manali. The region is known for its scenic beauty, high-altitude mountain passes, and Buddhist monasteries. Leh was the historical capital of the Kingdom of Ladakh and the former residence of the royal family. The seat of the kingdom, Leh Palace, was built in the same style and about the same time as the Potala Palace in Tibet. The palace is a nine-story structure, with the upper floors reserved for the royal family and the lower floors used for storage and stables. The palace is now a museum that houses a collection of royal artifacts and Buddhist art. The region is also home to several Buddhist monasteries, including the Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, and Diskit Monastery. These monasteries are known for their unique architecture, religious significance, and scenic locations. The Hemis Monastery is the largest and wealthiest monastery in Ladakh and is famous for its annual Hemis Festival. The Thiksey Monastery is a twelve-story complex that houses several temples, stupas, and statues. The Diskit Monastery is located in the Nubra Valley and is known for its 32-meter statue of Maitreya Buddha. The region is also known for its high-altitude mountain passes, including the Khardung La Pass, Chang La Pass, and Zojila Pass. These passes are popular among adventure enthusiasts and offer breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

Arrive in Leh and acclimatize.Check into your hotel.Take a walk around the Leh market and explore the local shops and restaurants. Have dinner at one of the many restaurants in Leh, serving Ladakhi, Indian, and international cuisine.Night stay at Leh.

Visit Shanti Stupa, a Buddhist white-domed chorten on a hilltop overlooking Leh.Explore Leh Palace, a former royal palace of the Kingdom of Ladakh.Visit the Hall of Fame museum, which showcases the history and culture of Ladakh, as well as the Indian Armys role in defending the region.Have dinner at one of the many restaurants in Leh.Night stay at Leh.

Take a day trip to Nubra Valley, a high-altitude desert valley located north of Leh.Visit Hunder Sand Dunes, where you can ride on a double-humped camel.Visit Diskit Monastery, the largest and oldest Buddhist monastery in Nubra Valley.Have dinner at one of the many camps in Nubra Valley.Night stay at Nubra Valley

Take a day trip to Turtuk, the only place to have descendants of Baltistani people in India. Enjoy the view of gateway to Siachen Glacier.Visit Balti Museum Explore Turtuk Village.Have dinner at camp/guesthouse in Turtuk Night stay at Turtuk.

Take a day trip to Pangong Tso, a high-altitude exorheic lake located on the border of India and China.Enjoy the stunning scenery of the lake and its surrounding mountains.Take a boat ride on the lake. Have dinner at one of the many camps on the shores of Pangong Tso.Night stay at Pangong lake.Take a day trip to Tso Moriri Lake, a beautiful high altitude lake located in Ladakh Enjoy the awe inspiring views that extend in all directions Get a chance to catch a sight of migratory birds crossing your path as they as stop at the quaint lake to feed Have dinner in camps at the shores of Tso Moriri.Night stay at Tso Moriri

Ride back to Leh Have dinner at Leh market Night Leh market visit.Night stay at Leh.

Depart from Leh



- All accommodation during trips in camps/hotels/homestays on Triple sharing basis

- Meals during the trip (MAP basis)

- Qualified and experienced driver cum guide

- High-altitude SUVs

- Camping Permissions

- Inner line Permit (where applicable)

- Visa & tickets

- Pick up and drop to and from the airport/bus stand

- Permits fees

- Meals during transit (lunch)

- Any type of personal expenses

- Insurance of the trip

- Things not mentioned under Inclusions

- Team or Staff tips are not included in the trip cost

- Personal gear and equipment

- Mule or Porter to carry duffle bags

- Extended stay after the end of the journey: Basic, Standard (3 stars) & Luxury (3 star+/ 4 star)

- Local Sightseeing Packages

- Adventure Activities: Paragliding. River Rafting, Zorbing, ATV Rides, River crossing, Day hikes and much more

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