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Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport

Girls only trip to Ladakh Post monsoon | BA

Leh | Hall of fame, Shanti Stupa, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill Nubra Valley | Hunder village | Pangong Lake | Hemis, Shey and Thiksey

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Girls only trip to Ladakh Post monsoon | BA
Girls only trip to Ladakh Post monsoon | BA

Time & Location

Aug 15, 2019, 5:00 AM – Aug 21, 2019, 9:00 AM

Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, Leh 194104

About the event

Get set for an adventure of a lifetime as visit the mesmerizing landscape of North India and the heart of the mighty Himalayas, at the height of more than 18,000 ft. The trip weaves its way through a diverse terrain of chaotic villages, picturesque countryside, and extraordinary roads to treacherous heights where the adrenalin rush is high but oxygen levels low. The tour tests your abilities and fitness but rewards you with unimagined sights that only few have seen and experienced.


Day 1 The group catches morning flight from Delhi airport.

The group reaches Leh at around 10.00 hrs and checks in at hotel. It is time to give your nerves the much deserved rest to acclimatize and to get ready for the steep climb in the coming days around Leh.

Overnight at Leh

Meals: Dinner

Day 2 The group avails early breakfast and set out to visit Alchi, Saspol and Likir and en-route visits Hall of fame, Shanti Stupa, Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill and Sangam to view the confluence of Indus and Zanskar rivers.

Lunch at Alchi or Nimu (Direct)

The evening is well spent with visit to Leh town market.

Overnight at Leh

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 3 After breakfast, the group starts driving towards Nubra Valley (~126 km) situated in the north of Leh, at about 10,000 feet above sea level. The road, which climbs up and over the Khardung La, at approximately 18,380 feet, is believed to be the highest motorable road in the world. 

After crossing the Pass, the group heads to Deskit monastery (main town of Nubra valley). Lunch en-route will be availed at Khalser village; the group here gets to experience the Ladakh rural life at Khardong village. 

Overnight at Nubra

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 4 Post breakfast, the group drives to Hunder village where the group can enjoy a camel safari on two hump bacterian camels in sand dunes. The lunch en-route will be availed at North-Pullu.

The group arrives at Leh by afternoon. Spend the rest of the day sightseeing, shopping or simply lazing around in the hotel. 

Overnight at Leh.

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 5 The group starts after early breakfast to drive to Pangong Lake (~147 km) east of Leh, is situated at an altitude of 14,271 feet above sea level. The bare rolling hills interspersed with dusty valleys are the setting for the spectacular lakes in the area. 

Pangong Lake is a tourist paradise and of great geological significance. Part of the lake runs through the Indo-Chinese border. The group enjoys lunch next to the sparkling blue waters of the Lake and avails an amazing life time experience of staying in camps next to the lake. 

Overnight at Pangong camps

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

Day 6 After breakfast, the group starts driving towards Leh, the group en-route visits Hemis, Shey and Thiksey monasteries. 

Evening is at leisure and overnight at Leh

Overnight at Leh

Meals: Breakfast & Dinner


Day 7 The group arrives at airport to catch the flight back to Delhi.

Meals: Breakfast

Tour concludes.

Stay in deluxe/3 star hotel/ camps.

Package Inclusions (@ 23,500/-)

1. Stay at the mentioned hotel or a similar one

2. 06 Breakfast and 06 Dinners

3. 01 Oxygen Cylinder for a Group

4. Inner line permits and Environment Fees

5. Entrance tickets to monuments as per itinerary

6. Complete local transport at Leh and around for all 7 days, from airport pick to drop

7. Escorting and complete coordination for the smooth conduction of the trip

Package Exclusions

1. Transfers to Leh from Jaipur / Delhi and back (Or on actual)

2. Room service

3. Medical expenses and Phone calls

4. Expenses of personal nature, F&B apart from those mentioned in the package

5. Entry tickets to private monuments, private museums, private amusement parks and national parks.

6. Recreational and adventure activities not mentioned in the package

7. Cost for supplementary service, optional Tours, Up-gradation Charges, Guide charges.

8. Cost for service provided on a personal request.

9. Cost for personal expenses such as laundry, bottled water, soft drinks, incidentals, porter charges, tips etc.

10. Activity charges for river rafting, camel ride etc., until and unless mentioned in the inclusions

11. Cost for any other service not mentioned under the “Inclusions” head.

12. Difference in cost arising due to change in Taxes by the Government which will have to be collected directly at station where it is applicable.

13. Difference in cost arising due to extra usage of vehicle, other than scheduled & mentioned in the itinerary.

14. Difference in cost arising due to mishaps, political unrest, natural calamities like - landslides, road blockage, etc. In such case extra will have to be paid on the spot by the guest directly.

15. Camera Fee (Still or Movie)

Advance and Cancellation Policy:

1. Cancellations 15 days prior to the start of the trip would warrant a 100%. 

2. No refund will be made against any un-utilized services, what so ever may be the reason.

Things to Carry

1. Woolen Clothing( jackets, caps, Gloves, Sweater etc)

2. Sun Glasses with UV protection & caps

3. Your Favorite Drinks or Dry Snacks you don’t want to miss en-route

4. Sun protection cream & cold cream

5. Inner clothing(Thermal wear),enough under garments etc

6. Backpack/duffel bag to carry everything you need for smaller / overnight trips around Leh.

7. Torch and Camera with extra Batteries

8. Swiss Knife

9. Personal Toiletries

10. Shoes, Floaters & slippers

11. Wind-sheeter  / Rainwear (rainproof pants + a poncho + raincoat)

12. First Aid kit with good supply of medicines needed regularly & Electral Powder (with Diamox and regular medicines).


1. Must walk slowly, slower than the capacity. Drink lots of water.

2. Have plenty of drinking water, Electral powder mix with water or any kind of liquids except Alcohol.

3. While Visiting any Gompa, Pls take Lama’s Permission for Photo or Video( no flash allowed inside Gompas)

4. Please take Suggestions of Family Doctor before Visiting Ladakh for any kind of medicines

5. Please follow the Guidelines given by Tour Leader.

6. Put on a warm jacket before sun goes down.

7. Dress in layers, not just one thick jacket

8. Carry chocolates or Dry fruits all the time.


1. Don’t exert unnecessarily or suddenly.

2. Don’t smoke too much.

3. Avoid Alcohol

Mountain sickness is a real danger and can be fatal

Symptoms of acute mountain sickness (AMS) include headache, light-headedness, breathlessness and nausea. Sujata Sahu, founder of the 17,000 ft Foundation, explains, “Hospitals in Leh are filled with tourists who think the weather is great and take acclimatisation lightly.” If you think something’s wrong, stop or descend to the lowest possible point immediately.

Medicines such as Diamox may be prescribed by general physicians prior to the trip and help reduce the chances of AMS—in case of any discomfort, this should be your first go-to. Having said that, the body is also fully capable of adjusting to the altitude on its own, if given time. Chewing something (especially garlic and chocolates) helps keep symptoms away. Most local vehicles and campsites are equipped with oxygen cylinders; don’t hesitate to use them if/when necessary.

Good to know

1. Carry government-issued photo-identity proof—driving licence, Aadhaar card, PAN card, etc., which come handy at checkpoints and in case permits are required.

2. Plastic bags are banned in Ladakh, so make sure you carry biodegradable/paper bags.

3. The weather is unpredictable: it’s usually windy and can go from pleasant to chilly very quickly. Wear layers instead of bulky warmers to stay comfortable at all times.

4. Keep in mind that most establishments in Ladakh are shut during the off season i.e. the time when roads are closed.

5. Carry waterproof luggage; this will ensure that the contents of your bag remain dry in case it rains unexpectedly or you need to drive through water.

6. Remember to take spare batteries for your camera, as the altitude and cold will drain them out quicker.

7. When travelling around Leh, it’s best to avoid alcohol; drink water instead. Breathing in dry air drains the moisture from the lungs, so make sure you consume at least 4–5 litres to stay hydrated.

8. If you’re the one at the wheel, it’s important to know that driving here is different from driving anywhere else. It’s a constant mental and physical test, and covering more than 50km a day is a challenge for anybody who’s not a seasoned driver. Don’t push yourself more than you need to. “If something goes wrong, you’ll fall 1,000ft into the valley.” Take it slow and easy, and enjoy the scenery.

9. Prepaid SIM cards don’t work well in Leh, but postpaid do (Airtel, Aircel and BSNL are your best options). The main market in Leh city also has multiple STD booths.

10. Most importantly, don’t try to do too much in too little time. Ladakh is not a place that you see in a hurry.


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