Leh Ladakh Spiritual Retreat – 3N4D

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The Leh Ladakh 3 Nights 4 Days travel package is a compact tour intended to give a brief look at the hypnotizing scenes, rich culture, and profound feeling of the Ladakh district within a short time period. This itinerary is made to cover key attractions like Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Shey Palace Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Hemis Monastery, Nubra Valley, Diskit Monastery, Pangong Lake, Tso Moriri Lake, and other notable spots.

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4 Days
Group Size
Ley Ladakh

Day 1: Arrival in Leh

Arrive at Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh. Move to the hotel and rest to prepare for a trip to the high altitude. In the afternoon, visit Leh Palace, a notable palace built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century.

Explore the architecture and appreciate the panoramic view of Leh from the palace.

*Travel Tip - Abstain from eating too much oily or spicy food during the initial days to avoid digestive issues.

Day 2: Leh Sightseeing

Begin the day with a visit to Shanti Stupa, a white-domed stupa built to promote world peace. Explore Shey Palace Monastery, which houses a large golden Buddha sculpture.

Visit Thiksey Monastery, known for its resemblance to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet. In the afternoon, explore the Hemis Monastery, the biggest and wealthiest monastery in Ladakh.

Day 3: Nubra Valley Exploration

Depart for Nubra Valley, known for its staggering scenes and monasteries. Visit the Diskit Monastery, which offers panoramic views of the Nubra Valley. Explore the Hunder sand dunes and enjoy a double-humped camel ride. Overnight stay in Nubra Valley.

Day 4: Pangong Lake and Tso Moriri Lake

Leave right on time for Pangong Lake, a high-altitude lake with changing colors. On the way, go through the pleasant Changla Pass.
Explore the beauty of Pangong Lake and its surroundings. In the afternoon, head towards Tso Moriri Lake, another amazing high-altitude lake. Visit Chumathang hot springs and Sumdo town on the way. Explore the unblemished Tso Moriri Lake.Overnight stay close to Tso Moriri Lake. And depart the next day.

Acclimatization is pivotal because of the high altitude. Spend at least a day in Leh to permit your body to adjust. Drink a lot of water, keep away from demanding activities on the first day, and consider medications like Diamox after consulting a doctor.

Indeed, certain areas in Ladakh, particularly those close to the boundary, require licenses for both Indian and foreign tourists. Licenses can be acquired from the Leh Magistrate's office or online through the official site. Some common permits are for Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley, and Tso Moriri Lake.

While the availability has improved throughout the years, it can in any case be patchy in remote areas. Leh town generally has decent network coverage, yet it's advised to check with your service provider. BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Restricted) will in general have better network coverage in the area.

The trip can be physically demanding because of the great height and tough terrain. It's important to be healthy and talk with medical professionals before the trip. Activities like trekking and mountain biking may require a specific degree of wellness.

Ice hockey is a popular sport during the winter season, since the rivers and lakes of Ladakh freeze.

  1. Certain regions in Ladakh require internal permits for tourists, including Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake, and Tso Moriri.
  2. The weather in Ladakh can be unpredictable. Even during summer, nights can be cold. Pack accordingly,  including warm clothing, a good jacket, and comfortable walking shoes.
  3. Remote areas in Ladakh might have restricted or no internet connection.
  4. Because of the great altitude, the sun can be intense. Carry sunscreen, shades, and a cap to shield yourself from the solid UV rays.
  5. Tourists have to be ready for harsh and rough rodes, particularly while wandering into remote regions.

*Leh Ladakh Helpline Number – 0198-257416