1.Changthang Nomadic tours.

Day 01: Leh -   Drive car   to wards  Korzok along  with  the  Indus River,  on way you can  see,

Morning drive to reach Chuma-Thang (3965 M) by covering 140 kms. This place is known for its famous medicated hot water springs where people from various parts of Ladakh come for relieving their pains. Enroute drive past beautiful villages of Nurnis, Kery and Kadgam. The Jeep drive through this part of the Indus valley is quite flat without much uphill or downhill  to drive. Overnight at camp.

Chuma Thang – Sumdo

Morning drive to Sumdo, a wide-open village. Enroute stop at Mahe Bridge from where the road crosses to the south bank of the river by a bridge; it then follows the unmetalled road through Puga stream up to join Sumdo village. The drive from Mahe to Sumdo follows a narrow mountain gorge through green bushes. Upon arrival in Sumdo check in at the camp and later visit the monastery of Sumdo that is famous for its well-preserved paintings. Overnight stay in tented camp.

Sumdo – Tsomoriri (Korzok)   pich up the tents and prepare the kitchen.  Night at tent.

Morning drive to Korzok (4,572 mt) the only village near Tsomoriri Lake. The safari from Sumdo to Tsomoriri is one of the most interesting as it goes through sandy deserts & rocky paths. After slowly zigzagging up to the Namshang-La, the drive follows a smooth descent and drive past the isolated Thasang Tso – a small turquoise lake that appears like an emerald of a queen’s necklace. Little before Tso-Moriri Lake drive past a small green valley of wild Marmots locally known as Phya. Arrive at Korzok village and check in at the camps. Afternoon explore KORZOK: Situated at 15,000 ft (4,572 mt), it’s the only permanent settlement in Rupshu region with an approximate population of 500 people. The few barley-fields at Korzok must be among the highest cultivation in the world. Visit KORZOK MONASTERY with its dimly lit prayer halls. Overnight stay in tents.

Day 02:  Tsomoriri (Korzok)    Festival see the mask dance and  culture of Korzok.

Day free to explore the Lake area and the village. TSO-MORIRI LAKE: The clear blue lake is one of the most breathtaking fresh water lakes in Ladakh. The locals consider the lake sacred. Beautiful peaks like Mt. Mentok and Mt Kharlung on the right side and Mt Kurchu and Mt Lungser on the left side surround the Lake. The Lake is a breeding ground for numerous species of birds like Bar Headed Goose which is found in abundant, Great Crested Grebe, the Brahmini duck etc Overnight stay at the camps.

Day 03: Korzok –    Tsokar  night at camp   near  by lake.

Morning drive to reach Tsokar via puga by covering 75 kms in 3-4 hours. Tsokar Lake 4485 mt is also called as white lake because of salt deposit around it. It is approx 45 kms northwest of the Tsomoriri Lake. Tsokhar Lake is so salty that salt extracted from its margins are still sold all over Ladakh. Overnight stay in tents.

Day  04 : Tsokar – Leh     via Taglang la pass.

Morning drive to Leh via Thukje Gompa. Join Manali-Leh highway and drive down to Leh via Tanglang-la (5224 mt.) the 2nd highest motor able road in Ladakh. Enroute drive passes beautiful villages of Rumtse, Gia, Meeru. Arrive Leh and check into hotel for overnight stay.

Tsomoriri Lake High Altitude Lake Safari Leh Ladakh India

Day 05. Pangong Lake  night  at camp

This route takes the visitor past picturesque villages of Chemrey and Sakti. The Ladakh range is crossed by the Chang-la (18,000 feet / 5,475 m) which despite its great elevation is one of the easier passes, remaining open for much of the year even in winter, apart from periods of actual snowfall. Tangse, just beyond the foot of the pass, has an ancient temple.

But the main attraction of this circuit is the Pangong Lake, situated at 14,000 feet (4,267 m). A long narrow basin of inland drainage, hardly six to seven kilometer at its widest point and over 130km long, it is bisected by the international border between India and China.

Spangmik, the farthest point to which foreigners are permitted, is only some seven km along the southern shore from the head of the lake, but it affords spectacular views of the mountains of the Changchenmo range to the north, their reflections shimmering in the ever-changing blues and greens of the lake’s brackish waters. Above Spangmik are the glaciers and snowcapped peaks of the Pangong range. Spangmik and a scattering of other tiny villages along the lake’s southern shore are the summer homes of a scanty population of Chang-pa, the nomadic herds people of Tibet and south-east Ladakh. The Pangong Chang-pa cultivate sparse crops of barley and peas in summer. It is in winter that they unfold their tents (rebo) and take their flocks of sheep and pashmina goats out to the distant pastures.

Day 06. Drive  back from the pangong lake  through the Changla, on way you can visit the Takthok and Chemdre Gonpa.  Night at leh  guest house.

Day 07. Morrning Drive  towards  Hemis Monastery,  Shey , Thiksay,  Stakna,   after lunch visit the Stok  Monastery and  Stok Palace, night   at  leh  guest house .

2,Nubra  cross road tours,

Nubra Valley

Duration : 3 Nights / 4 Days

Places Covered : Diskit – Khardung La – Leh

Period: Best  from end  may to end of  October.

The world highest motor able road of 5606 m and highest road and camel safari’s. The region of Nubra is acessible all year round with the road over Khardong La of 5610mts open even in winter. The specticular view of Karakuram range & famous highest peak Saser kagri 7678 mts and the Siachen glacier 70 km long. Surprisingly Nubra valley lower altitude creates fertile villages with an impressive abundance of crops & fruits. The friendly Monks live in beautiful Gompas perched on the rocky mountain sides help makes this a timeless place. Accomodation can be camp or family guest houses.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01 : Diskit Via Khardung La

Early morning drive from Leh to Nubra (7 hrs drive). The Nubra Valley lies in the north of Leh and is accessible over the Khardung la (18,380 ft.) one of the highest motorable roads in the world. The valley is on the trade route from Leh to Kharga via Saser and Karakoram passes. Apart from unparalleled trekking opportunities the valley houses several Buddhist monasteries such as Sumur (Khagar) and 350 years old Diskit Gompa famous for its murals. From Khardung la drive to the village of Khardung and then through starkly beautiful countryside to the TCP at Khalsar where permits have to be registered/checked. From here one has to turn to the left of Shyok River and drive for about 24 kms over a narrow steep road to Diskit where one has to stay in camps.

Day 02 : In Diskit

After breakfast walk upto Diskit monastery to witness the Morning Prayer ceremony. It takes about 45 minutes to reach the monastery through a long scattered chortens. The Gompa is one of the highest point near the village belonging to the yellow sect (Gelugpa). Parts of the gompa, which houses 120 resident monks, are about 700 years old. The Dukhang has many statues, one of which holds the head and left arm of Turkish invader believed to be about 5000 years old. Return to camp for lunch. P.M. – Drive 7 kms to visit Hunder Gompa. This is a small gompa belonging to the yellow sect. It is set amidst innumerable chortens and has a huge impressive statue of Chamba in the main prayer hall. The gompa was built at the time when King Namgyal came here with his wife Gyal Khatun. Meals overnight in the camp.

Day 03 : Diskit/Leh

After breakfast drive downward Shyok River. An extremely rough and rocky stretch of flat ground. Cross the river over a bridge and arrive at the first village of Tirith. The road from here is extremely bad all the way upto Panamiki.Ladakh Tourism The scenery however is spectacular with the snow-capped Karakoram Mountains in the background. The weather being much warmer in comparison to the Indus Valley, vegetation is thicker with a variety of trees and flowers. Visit the 150 years old Samasthanling Gompa at Bumur/Khagar. It is a big complex of 7 temples including the Ricpoches room. Walk half an hour from the gompa to Tegar village where there is another small gompa. Walk through the village and explore the surroundings. Also a small lake lies there. Later, transfer to Leh (172 kms). Dinner overnight hotel.

3:  Sham valley Aryan jeep tours, Dhahanu ,          The land of Aryans

Details about the tours.

Destination. Alchi, lamayuru- Urgen Zong- Shergol- Dha hanu- bema- regzong- Basgo – Leh

Duration : 7-9 days,

Dhahanu is situated to the south west of Leh, around 163 kms, passing through the beautiful villages of Kaltsey, Domkhar, Skurbuchan and Achinathang. There are many small villages but only two villages of Dha and Hanu are open for tourist. Being on lower altitude Dhahanu is warmer than Leh.

Attraction , The main attraction of this tour is coming across the Drokpa Community considered to be the last race of Aryans confined to the valley. Their feature is pure Indo Aryan and they have preserved their racial purity down the centuries. Their culture and religious practices are very similar to ancient pre- Buddhist religion known as Bon-Chos. This tour can be done in two days with one night stay in tent.

Suru Valley

Rock Carved Statue of Matriya at Mulbek near Kargil

Suru valley has a beautiful landscape to view, especially when it gets dotted by flowers in the summer. The valley expands from Kargil town upto the Penzi La watershed, from where the Suru river rises. The valley constitutes a large population, mainly of Tibetan-Dard Muslims, who converted to Islam in the 15th century. The peaks of Nun (7,135m) and Kun (7,035m) Massif add to the beautification of this region.

Kartse Khar: The Kartse Khar (palace) is an ancient village known for its 7m tall rock carved statue of Maitriya Buddha which is an evidence of the presence of Buddhist community,

in   the  valley in the past. There are other magnificent Stupas and rock carved statues to be seen in Suru valley, if one wishes to explore.

04; Zanskar Jeep tours,

Duration: 9-11 days.

Destination of place visit: lamayuru-Mulbeck­- Shargol- Urgenzong- panikhar- Rangdum- karsha- Stongde- Stakrimo- Sani- Back to leh via Penzila pass and Alpine lake.