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Mystic Leh

New Delhi, Leh and Nubra Valley

Mystic Leh

$5000 per person
9 Days / 8 Nights
12+ Age
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Hotel Pullman New Delhi Aerocity New Delhi 1 night B&B
The Grand Dragon Ladakh Leh 2 nights FB
Stone Hedge Ladakh Nubra Valley 2 nights FB
The Grand Dragon Ladakh Leh 3 nights FB

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B&B:Bed and Breakfast

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    DELHI
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    Flights

Tour Plan

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DAY 1 : NEW DELHI

Welcome to Delhi!

Upon arrival at Delhi International airport, you will be met by our welcome ambassador and escorted to your hotel where you will be assisted with Check-in formalities.

Overnight stay in Delhi

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DAY 2 : LEH

In the morning transfer to the  airport to board the flight for Leh.

This flight from the Indian capital to Ladakh’s capital will be something that you might remember for the rest of your life.

Welcome to Leh! Dotted with stupas and whitewashed houses, the Old Town is dominated by a dagger of steep rocky ridge topped by an imposing Tibetan-style palace and fort. Beneath, the bustling bazaars are souvenir shops and restaurants, but a web of lanes quickly fans out into a green suburban patchwork of irrigated fields. Here, gushing streams and narrow footpaths link traditionally styled charming Ladakhi garden homes.

Upon arrival at Leh airport, you are met by our representative who will escort you to your hotel

Rest of the day will be at leisure for acclimatization.

16:30 to 17:30 – interesting talk on Ladakh’s social, cultural and historical background followed by Q/A. Later stroll around the market and visit Shanti Stupa, which is perched atop a magnificent vantage point over Leh.

Please note: The Talk will be given by one of the Buddhist scholar.

This Buddhist stupa with a stunning white-dome, also known as a chorten, offers panoramic views of the surrounding boulder-strewn landscape. Built to promote world peace and to commemorate 2,500 years of Buddhism, Shanti Stupa looks especially stunning when it is lit up at night.

Lunch & dinner will be arranged at the hotel.

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DAY 3 : LEH

Today after breakfast, you will have a chance to visit Oracles, Similar to many other religions, oracles in Buddhism act as mediators between the spirits and the physical world we live in.

Identified by rinpoches (reincarnating priests) as soon as they confirm signs of gifted powers, they are guided towards channelizing their energies to connect with the spiritual world.

In today’s times, they continue to hold revered significance , be it in performing rites to ward off the evil or to please the Gods, to heal ailments or to seek guidance and for predictions as well as to prophesize.

After that, you will a Local Ladakhi Kitchen for a lunch with the family. Followed with a walk around the village. You will also have an opportunity to join the family is preparing Momos & other Ladakhi Delicacies.

After Lunch. Later in the afternoon, visit Leh Palace that bears a passing similarity to the Potala Palace in Lhasa (Tibet), this nine-storey dun-coloured edifice is Leh's dominant structure and architectural icon. It took shape under 17th-century king Singge Namgyal but has been essentially unoccupied since the Ladakhi royals were stripped of power and shuffled off to Stok in 1846. Today the sturdy walls enclose some photo exhibition spaces and a small prayer room, but the most enjoyable part of a visit is venturing to the uppermost rooftops for the view.

Continue to Central Asian Museum, which is a modern construction based on a historic Lhasa mansion and built on the site of an old caravan camp. The museum looks at Leh's role in Silk Road trade, with rooms focused on Ladakh, Chinese, Turkestan and Tibet. The museum hides in a courtyard that also contains Leh's oldest mosque. Culminate the tour at Ladakh Arts & Media Organisation. Housed in Munshi House, it is one of Leh's most important heritage houses. The view of the old city from the terrace of the Munshi House is a sight that should not be missed, and a cup of special Ladakhi tea with light snacks makes this experience even better.

Return to your hotel in time for dinner.

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DAY 4 : NUBRA VALLEY

An early start to drive southeast (30 mins) to the Thiksey Monastery picturesquely situated on a small hill. At the monastery, we witness the monks’ Morning Prayer ceremony, which begins before sunrise at 7am. After the prayers you will be guided to visit the other parts of the monastery, followed by breakfast. After breakfast we drive (2 hours) to Warila Pass (17500 ft/5303 metres) incredibly a scenic location, you can view the Karakoram Ranges towards the North & Ladakh & Zanskar Ranges towards the south. We further drive down hill, passing through herds of Yaks, also a pasture land and come across wild flowers blooming like Lavenders, wild Aster, Dandelion, Tagaracan & more. You also have a opprtunity to walk through the meadows or soak in your feet into the glacier melt stream.

Lunch will be set in a beautiful location with shamiana along with WINE & Chef preparing a hot meal.

After lunch continues our drive to Hundar, later in the afternoon approx. 1630 hours optional walk or drive to Matriya statue to catch the sun set view of Shyok valley.

There are sand dunes, monasteries, a ruined palace and – at Turtuk and Bogdang – a whole different culture (Balti) to discover. Permits are required for foreigners which will be arranged by us.

This afternoon visit Diskit monastery much of which dates to between the 14th and 17th centuries. At the back far right-hand corner of the medieval gonkhang (guardian spirits' temple), a six-armed white Mahakala statue clasps a withered forearm and a human skull, supposedly body parts of a Mongol warrior. The gigantic (32m) Chamba statue next to the monastery was formally inaugurated by the Dalai Lama in 2010 and offers superb valley views.

Later check-in at your hotel – Stone Hedge. Stone Hedge was established in November 2018 at an altitude of 3048m in Hundar village of Nubra Valley. It overlooks confluence of three different range, Ladakh range, Karakorum and Saltoro range. Inspired by the work of the famous architect Laurie Baker, the Stone Hedge was built not only keeping aesthetics in mind but also with an aim of using local material which is best suited to the climate and ambience of the region and preserving local knowledge of building which tribal have perfected for centuries. Each room is furnished with king sized beds, steam-based room heating and spacious rest rooms. Snow-fed stream facing balcony offers an unobstructed view of gigantic mountain range.

Overnight stay in Nubra Valley

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DAY 5 : NUBRA VALLEY

This morning walk to Hundar Dok (3,650m), through the beautiful Hunder Gorge, spending most of the time walking upstream alongside the Hundar stream and passing through shepherd’s huts, where the men and women from Hundar village live with their yaks, cows and sheep. They could be seen collecting milk, cheese, butter, wild vegetables and fuel for the winter.

Hot picnic lunch will be served in the village. Later walk back to Hundar downstream till Hundar Bridge and monastery. The final descent is through a valley of meadows and flower. You will have a great view of Saser Kangri Peak (7,672m) of Karakoram Range.

You will be back at the hotel by 15:00. Remaining day at leisure. Dinner at the hotel.

Overnight stay in Nubra Valley

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DAY 6 : LEH

Drive back to Leh via Khardung La pass approx. 4 to 5 hours. Rest of the day at leisure and an optional walk of 20 minutes from the resort to the ruined catsle for a sunset view of the Indus Valley.

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DAY 7 : LEH

Cycle from Spituk Monastery – Palam Village – Chushot Village – Matho village; Approx 20 kolometres; Time 2 ½ Hours – Matho Village – Stakna Village Bridge – One Hour

After early tea/coffee, you will paddle down hill from Spituk monastery to Cholamsar village crossing the Indus River across the bridge and cycle through the beautiful village of Chushot  and then crossing various village and then climbing up to Matho Village. At Matho you will be served with picnic lunch & then cycle downhill & from the junction we cycle right to Stakna village. From here you will be driven to your Resort.

Farewell traditional “GYAKHO” Dinner will be at the Resort along with a Ladakhi dance performance.

Gyakho: Gya means 100 – Kho means soup: is a Tibetan delicacy, a soup with hundred ingredients, it can be prepared for both veg & Non Veg and served in a very special steamed container, heated with charcoal, the water is time and again added inside the container which converts as a soup, apart from the soup which has rice noodles, vegetables, cottage cheese, etc you are also served dumplings, and meat less momo (dumplings with which can be soaked with the soup). A unique delicacy, to enjoy the evening.

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DAY 8 : LEH

Today after early breakfast, you will be driven to Chilling is a village situated on the bank of river Zanskar, is approximately 1 ½ hours from Leh. From Chilling you will begin a three hour exciting raft with the professionals and end at the confluence at Nimoo. Enjoy lunch.

Afternoon a optional walk through the market for last minute souvenier.

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DAY 9 : END OF ITINERARY

Today in time transfer to Leh airport to board the flight for Delhi. Arrive at Delhi airport and connect with the flight for your onward journey.

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