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Saturday, January 6, 2018




 Chandigarh-Manali-Sarchu-Leh- Khardungala -Pangong

This itinerary has been carefully designed to make your trip memorable and enjoyable. Stay at each place helps you to get properly acclimatized for the high altitude area. You will witness cascading rivers, lush green and high snow peaked mountains, incredible waterfalls, mountain desert, rich culture and high passes. This route is one of the toughest roads in the world and rightly very popular. It attracts thousands of biking lovers from all around the world every year.

Day 1. Chandigarh-Manali:
Arrives Chandigarh. It is the only city in India which is well planned and very neat and clean, big parks and gardens all around. Start your journey towards Manali. Today your Travel will be 8 hrs. It will be a combination of link roads and national highway. Stop for Packed lunch near Bilaspur, a city with a spectacular lake. Reach Mandi. You will be traveling  to Manali, whih is nearly three hrs drive from Mandi.  It is a spectacular ride full of nature and beautiful landscaping all around, river Beas flowing alongside the road. Check into hotel.  Overnight hotel.

Day 2. Manali-Keylong(Jispa):
After early breakfast, start your journey for Leh. You will be staying overnight at Keylong(Jispa), 90km from Manali, crossing Rohtang Pass (3950m altitude). You will see river Bhaga flowing in this area, giving it a spectacular look Overnight camping.
Day 3. Keylong(Jispa)-Leh:
Start your Travel again and reach Darcha,  After Jispa, Darcha comes from here the major treks to Lamayuru and Padum(Ladakh) start. Even greenery ends at Darcha and desert mountains start. Crossing Baralachla pass (4830m).  Today it is going to be a long drive, 222km from Sarchu to Leh , crossing three passes, Nakila Pass(4740m), Lachungla Pass (5019m) and Tanglang La pass the highest (5360m). You will witness incredible landscaping in this area and you would like to stop regularly to admire the creation of God. Natural beauty which you see here, can be never found anywhere in the world. The passes are tough but as we cross the last pass, we come down to Rumtse, first small town and from here the plains start. Upshi, which is 50km from Leh, is the another big town on the way and you will stop here for a cup of tea. From here river Indus flows along the road to Leh. Reach Leh in the evening. Overnight hotel.

Day 4. Leh-Khardungala-Leh:
Local sightseeing in Leh, covering Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Shey Monestary, Thiksey and Stok Palace. After lunch you will go to Khardungala Pass(5580m): 39km from Leh, world’s highest motorable road, enjoy tea and lunch here. Overnight hotel.

Day 5. Leh-Pangong Lake-Leh (4268):
After early breakfast, you will be taken to Pangong Lake, 154km from Leh across Changla Pass (5183m). It is situated in the eastern sector of Ladakh and is one of the largest and most beautiful natural lakes in the country. It is around 120km long and only 1/3 of its portion lies in Indian territory. Enjoy lunch there, explore the area and drive back to Leh in the afternoon. Overnight hotel.

Day.6 Leh-Keylong:
Early Morning start your long journey to keylong. Overnight Hotel.

Day 7. Keylong-Chandigarh:
Back to your destination.

.       Accommodation in spacious and comfortable Camping Tents, Hotel and Guest House.

·       A variety of wholesome hygienic vegetarian meals.

·       All activities as per the itinerary.

·       All Transportation (Chandigarh to Chandigarh)


      Any accidental, emergency, travel or medical Insurance.

.       Any expenses of a personal nature.

.       Beverages or drinks of any sort, including soft drinks or bottled / mineral water. .

.       Any transportation charges or exchanges which are not said in the agenda.

.    Any charges for a manual clearing, hospitalization if there should arise an occurrence of a restorative crisis or the like.

Those who are on special medication should bring their own necessary medicines. People having Asthma, Blood Pressure, Heart Problems or any high altitude ailments are advised not to participate.

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