Manali – Keylong – Tsokar - Leh – Nubra – Pangong – Sarchu - Manali

Day 1: Manali – Tandi (107 km, 5-6 hrs.)

Day 2: Tandi – Sarchu (115 km, 5-6hrs)

Day3: Sarchu – Tsokar (175kms)

Day4: Tsokar – Tsomoriri Lake (105kms)

Day05: Tsomoriri Lake – Leh (220kms)

Day 06: Leh – Pangong (125km).

Day 07:   Pangong Tso – Leh

Day 08: Leh – Sumur via Khardung-la Pass.

Day 09: Sumur – Deskit – Hunder – Sumur with camel safari.

Day 10 Leh full day Sightseeing

Day 11: Leh – Sarchu (7-8hrs).

Day 12: Sarchu – Manali


Day 1: Manali – Tandi (107 km, 5-6 hrs.)

Post breakfast drive to Tandi over Rohtang la (3890 m), Tandi is the confluence point of river Chandra and River Bhaga. Overnight in Tandi.

Day 2: Tandi – Sarchu (115 km, 5-6hrs)

Drive Tandi to Sarchu via Keylong, Jispa and over Baralacha La (5100m). Overnight in Camps.

Day3: Sarchu – Tsokar (175kms)

After Sarchu you climb the Gata loops and crossover Naki-La (4740 m) and later Lachung-La (5019 m) to reach Pang. From Pang arrive at more plains which is a huge stretch of 50 kms. Cross More Plains and then taking a diversion enter Rupshu Valley whose average height is 4200 m. continue further a little ahead to Tsokar village and set up camp on banks of Tsokar village. Overnight in tents.

Day4: Tsokar – Tsomoriri Lake (105kms)

Continue your journey through Rupshu valley enroute visiting villages like Sumdo etc and salt lakes Tsokar, That sang Karu and also crossing over two mountain passes to reach the beautiful Lake Tsomoriri. Tsomoriri is the largest lake of Indian Sub-Continent and is famous for black necked cranes. Rupshu valley would also provide you a chance to view one of the remotest tribes of Himalayas, grazing there flock of sheep & yaks in the valley. Rest of day free to explore Karzok village, gompa and nearby area. Overnight in tents.

Day05: Tsomoriri Lake – Leh (220kms)

Travel by surface from Tsomoriri to Leh enroute visiting Puga. Now you are in the region which is drained by river Indus. On arrival check in at Hotel .

Day 06: Leh – Pangong (125km).
Pangong Lake is located on the high altitude plains of Changthang in the restricted area close to Tibet. This area is inhabited by nomads who make their living from pashmina goats. The lake is located on the border to Tibet with half belonging to China and half to India. It is a five-six hour drive each way, o/n fixed camp.
Day 07: Pangong Tso – Leh

Early morning proceed to Leh via same way overnight in hotel.

Day 08: Leh – Sumur via Khardung-la Pass.

Early morning proceed to Nubra Valley via the World Highest Motorable road (5602 Mtrs) Khardung-la pass. After crossing the pass stop at Khardung village to explore the area and visit to local school. Arrive Nubra and check in at the Nubra Organic Camp. Evening Bonn fire and star gazing from Silk route compound with professional telescope installed at the Resort. Overnight at Nubra Organic camp.

Khardung-la pass: The road journey to Nubra valley leads through Khardung La pass (The highest Motorable road in the world) 18,390 ft. around 39 Kms. Away from Leh. There are two checkpoints on the both sides of the pass. Khardung is the first village of Nubra valley at higher altitude than Deskit and other villages.

Day 09: Sumur – Deskit – Hunder – Sumur with camel safari.

Morning after breakfast, visit to Deskit. Visit the village and monastery, proceed to Hunder to visit the village and Hunder Gompa. Later drive to the White Sand Dunes at Hunder. You can enjoy the camel ride here (On Own) or just chill out at the dunes. Drive back to Leh.

Deskit Village: Deskit is the main village of headquarter of Nubra valley, which has a small market consisting of a row of shops and about 500 years old Gompa on the hilltop. Spectacular view of the valley can be seen form the monastery.

Deskit Gompa: Deskit Gompa was founded by Lama Tsherab Zangpo of Stod in about 1420 AD during the reign of King Dragspa. About 100 monks are residing in the Gompa, which is a branch of Thikse Monastery. The monastic festival called Gustor takes place on 20th and 21st days of the 12th month of Tibetan calendar.

Hunder Village: Hunder is a beautiful village to stay with lot of trees and you will really enjoy your stay at Hundar. It has a small monastery and ruined fort above the village. The walk or Camel Safari (Double Hump bacterian camels) from Hundar to Deskit, through sand dunes for two hours is wonderful.

Day 10 Leh full day Sightseeing

Here’s something that you will be proud of our defense personnel who sacrificed themselves so that we could live in peace.
Spituk Gompa: 8 Kms from Leh, it stands prominently on the top of hillock commanding a panoramic view of the Indus Valley for miles. Many icons of Buddha and fine Thankas are to be found in this 15th century Gompa. The Gompa also houses a collection of ancient masks, antique arms, and an awe-inspiring image of Mahakal. The face of the Kali image is kept covered and is revealed only at the annual function at January every year.

Confluence of the Zanskar & Indus: On way to Sham Valley before Nimu village one can have this magnificent view of two rivers in wed-lock! In seasons they have different colors and flow and wildness.

Day 11: Leh – Sarchu (7-8hrs).

Early breakfast and drive to Sarchu over (Tanglang -la) second highest motorable pass in the world. Overnight in tents.

Day 12: Sarchu – Manali

Post breakfast drive to Manali over Baralacha-La, Keylong and Rohtang La.


  • Transportation by 12 seater coach.
  • All accommodation in ‘A’ category hotels on full board.
  • Guide in Leh
  • Entrance and monument fees
  • Inner Line Permits


  • Accommodation in Manali.
  • Personal expenses i.e. drinks, laundry, phone calls, etc.

Price On Request

11 Night – 12 Days
Locations: - Manali – Keylong – Jispa – Sarchu – Tsokar Lake – Leh – Ladakh.

Tour: - Jeep Safari

Physical Level: - Easy

Season: - July to October