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TRIBAL & NEW AREAS OF LADAKH
OPENED SINCE 1994

NUBRA VALLEY TOUR < Book this Tour >
Tour Code: (NVT)

The Nubra valley lies in the north of Leh and is accessible over the Khardungla pass 5600 Mtrs. Which is one of the highest motorable roads in the world. The Nubra valley has opened for Foreign tourists in 1994 by the Govt. of India to Expand tourist activities in Ladakh region.

The valley is on the trade route Leh to Khangar via Samsar Karakoram Pass. Apart from unparallel trekking opportunities. The valley have several Buddhist Gompas Diskit Gompa is 350 years old and is situated on the highest point near the village in which there are about 120 resident Buddhist Monks.

Nubra valley is also known for its double humped bacterian camels. The camels are led in the forest to graze during summer and brought back during winter season.
 

  • Day 01 : Leh – Diskit 118 Kms.
    Drive passing through Gangles villages the road then rises to reach Khardongla pass (5600 Mtrs) the world’s highest motorable road. The road then passes through a bridge laid on Glacier which finds its way in Guinness Book of world records. In the afternoon visit Diskit monastery which is 515 years old situated on a hill top giving panoramic view of the valley and evening walk around town of Diskit, overnight at Guest House / Tents.
     

  • Day 02 : Diskit – Panamic – Diskit 44 Kms.
    Morning half day visit to panamic hot sulphur spring and on the way back visit Samstalling and Sumur monastery. Return back to the Hotel. Afternoon half day tour of Hunder, overnight at Guest House / Tents.
     

  • Day 03 : Diskit – Leh.
    Leave the place in the morning and continue drive to Leh via Khardongla Pass. Check in as per further program.
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TSOMO RIRI  < Book this Tour >
Tour Code: (TRT).

  • Day 01 : Leh – Chumathang – Tsomoriri (240 Kms).
    leave in the morning and drive to Chumathang stop at Upshi for passport checking. From here the road turns towards left and reach Karu. Chumathang is famous for medical hot spring and people visit to this place for medical bath and visit Chumathang monastery. From here a short drive upto Maha bridge the main checking point to enter to this new area. From here the road is rough. On the way visit Sumdah village and another 55 Kms drive will take you to Tsomo riri. The lake is breeding grounds for numerous species of birds. Chief among them are the bar headed goose, found in great numbers, crested grebe, the Brahmin duck (ruddy sheldrake) and the brown headed gull. The lake is 8 Kms. Wide and 28 Kms. Long, overnight in Tents.
     

  • Day 02 : Tsomoriri.
    In the morning visit Korzok village with its houses and its Gompa appearing like a mirage. The few barley fields at Korzok must be among the highest cultivation in the world. In the afternoon visit around the lake, dinner and overnight in Tents.
     

  • Day 03 : Korzok – Puga – Tsokar – Tanglangla – Leh (245 Kms).
    Drive to Mahe village and the road turns left from here towards Puga Valley. The valley is an unforgettable scene of shooting fountain and white clouds hanging upon. Thie is Butan gas for which Puga valley is famous. Continue drive to Tsokar via Polokongka pass (13500 ft.) and visit Tsokar (small lake) and one can also visit Thugke Gompa. The place is famous for wild asses are generally seen here grazing and they seem moving in flocks. From here short drive and reach on National Highway route (Leh – Manali). Continue drive towards Leh via Tanglangla pass (5350 Mtrs.) which is the second highest motorable pass in the world, arrive Leh in the evening.
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DAH HANU (ARYANS) < Book this Tour >
Tour Code: (DHT).

Drokhpa area is along the Indus between Khalatse and the Shayok – Indus confluence, live people, known as Drokhpa belongs to the purest of pure from Aryan race. They are tall, handsome and hospitable. Drokhpas are believed to have migrated to this area via Gilgit around 1000 year ago from Central Asia. They are different with large, beautiful eyes, sharp acquiline noses. They are culturally distinct from the rest of the Ladakhis.the greatest attraction in this area are the villages of Biama and Dah. The route follows the Indus down from Khalatse, past the villages of Domkhar, Skurbuchan and Achinathang, along a fairly good road. In the gorge of the Indus the sun’s heat, reflected off bare rocks and cliffs is frequently intense. The same heat makes it possible to take two crops every year from the fields. Fruits is also grown – aircots and apples. The special interest of this region is less the landscape than its Drokhpa inhabitants, their features are pure Indo Aryan, and they appear to have preserved their racial purity down the centuries.
 

  • Day 01 : Leh – Biama – Dah (160 Kms)
    Leaving Leh and drive on the national highway route upto Khaltse which is the main passport checking point to this area. From here it is about 66 Kms drive and on the way we visit and stop at some interesting villages of this region. Finally, we reach Biama in the afternoon. Camp at Biama which is the beautiful place for the camping. Afternoon a short drive to Dah to see the real Aryan village. It is quite interesting to spend some time with the inhabitants of this region. In the evening return back to the camp.
     

  • Day 02 : Biama – Leh.
    One can visit again early in the morning to Dah to enjoy the life of these peole wearing colorful and metallic ear rings. Return to the Camp and leave for Leh. One can visit Lamayuru and Alchi monastery also.
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