Highlights of Best of Kashmir and Leh Ladakh Himalayan Tour

Tour Facts

Duration: 13 Days
Pace: Relaxed
Destinations: Fly from New Delhi to Srinagar (Kashmir) ➜ Gulmarg ➜ Pahalgam ➜ Sonamarg ➜ Kargil ➜ Mulbekh (Future Buddha) ➜ Lamayuru Monastery ➜ Likir Gompa ➜ Sangam Viewpoint at the Confluence of Zanskar and Indus Rivers ➜ Spituk ➜ Magnetic Hill ➜ Leh (Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa) ➜ Khardung La ➜ Nubra Valley ➜ Diskit ➜ Hunder ➜ Excursion to Turtuk Village ➜ Lake Pangong, Merak ➜ Chang La Pass ➜ Hemis Monastery ➜ Thiksey Monastery ➜ Leh ➜ Fly from Leh to New Delhi
  • Enjoy the many delights of a luxurious houseboat stay on Lake Nigeen in Srinagar and watch the sun set over the water from the houseboat deck
  • In Gulmarg take the world’s second highest gondola ride up Mount Apharwat to visit beautiful Lake Alpather in the Meadow of Flowers
  • Visit Pahalgam, also called the ‘Valley of Shepherds, at a height of 7,200 ft. This pretty hill station is a popular venue for the filming of Bollywood movies
  • Drive from Srinagar to Kargil on one of the most scenic roads on earth, all along a winding gorge nestled between snow-capped mountain peaks
  • See the so-called alien ‘Moon Landscape’ on the way to Lamayura hill station, with sandstone formations eroded into weird shapes by the ravages of time
  • Visit numerous ancient Gompas and monasteries filled with treasures, thangkas, colorful frescoes and mysteries
  • Admire the nine-story Royal Palace, shop at lively bazaars and learn more about the plight traditional Tibetan culture faces in Leh
  • Discover the starkly beautiful arid landscape of the hidden Nubra Valley and take a ride on a Bactrian two-hump camel. These camels once walked along the famous Silk Road between China and Leh
  • Spend time at Pangong Tso, the world’s largest and longest high altitude saltwater lake at Merak
  • Stand beside huge colorful Maitreya Buddha statues (Future Buddha) in Mulbekh and Diskit.
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The flight to the summer capital of Kashmir, Srinagar is a short one and takes you across the spectacular Nun Kun Mountains. One of our representatives will meet you on arrival and organize your transport to the houseboat on Dal Lake where you will spend the next two nights.

Despite the fact that beautiful Kashmir and Ladakh are only about 300 mi./483 km apart, there is a notable difference between the two places. Kashmir lies lower in altitude and this is evident in its lusher, fertile landscapes which contrast sharply with that of the barrenness of Ladakh’s higher altitude. People have long ago discovered the pleasant weather conditions and natural beauty of Kashmir. First the Mughals and in later years the British traded the heat of the plains for the cooler climate and beautiful lakes of Kashmir. For the emperor Jahangir this region was paradise, in fact he loved it so much that he spent the latter part of his earthly life here. A number of successive Mughal rulers created great gardens around Dal Lake.

Your luxury houseboat awaits you on the shore of the lake. The views of the Pir Panjal Peaks and the expansive water paradise are simply amazing. Houseboats are the most popular type of accommodation in the Srinagar region and boats vary in both size and shape. Yours is at the top of the range with 2/3 cozy bedrooms, a lavish living room and beautiful dining area. However, you will most probably spend most of your time outside on the deck, admiring nature’s beautiful canvass. Your accommodation on the houseboat is half board and the friendly, experiences staff will make sure all your needs are met. Your boat floats in a quiet, peaceful spot on Nigeen Lake, smaller in size than Lake Dal and connected to it with a narrow channel.

Stay the night on The New Jacquline Houseboat on Nigeen Lake in a suite with breakfast and dinner included. 

At first light we rise for a shikara ride to visit the interesting local floating market on the lake. Here vendors trade their vegetables, fruit, saffron and flowers, often through the ancient system of bartering. Sip on a cup of the typical regional herbal tea and watch how things are done in this part of the world.

On our return to the houseboat breakfast is ready after which you can relax with some almond infused tea on the outside verandah to get better acquainted with the wonderful birdlife. You are sure to see kites circling above and kingfishers plunging down at great speed to catch their own breakfast of fresh fish.

Srinagar is waiting to be explored, so we embark on our guided tour to the town’s lovely streets, passing bustling markets, old historical monuments and grand mosques, a reminder that this is Islam country, other than Ladakh with its Buddhist shrines.

We discover irresistible stores, luring us inside with exquisite pashminas and hand-embroidered shawls, traditional items of paper mâché and much more. We strike up conversations with dried fruit vendors, shopkeepers, coppersmiths and devotees at the mosques, and get a better understanding of the everyday life of the local people. Dried apricots and fresh apples keep our hunger at bay while we stroll through the old area of town, gawking at ancient buildings constructed with small thin bricks between dark beams of thick wood, similar to the Tudor style of 19th century architecture.

We cross the old historic Zaina Kadal Bridge across the River Jhelum to reach the celebrated Jama Masjid. This is Kashmir’s most important home for Muslim devotees. The trunks of 378 deodar trees support the roof. The oldest of Kashmir’s mosques is Shah Hamdan dating back to 1395. The building sports a beautiful many-layered pointed roof of wood and many chandeliers illuminate the beautifully embellished interior. Walls and ceilings are

 decorated with lovely paper mâché. We end our walk at the local Zaina Kadal market.

Perhaps one of the most outstanding legacies of the Mughal rulers are the many finely laid-out terraced gardens, our next port of call. The gardens are extensive and feature various canals, fountains and pretty flower beds filled with color. We pay a visit of two of them, namely Nishat and Shalimar Baghs, located on the eastern shore of Lake Dal outside the city. Take your time, stroll around and admire the calming waterways and colorful flowerbeds with the ever-present sound of splashing fountains.

Lunch in a local Srinagar restaurant with typical Kashmiri cuisine is next, and suitable revitalized, we continue on to Shankaracharya Temple by car. The car park is at the foot of the hill and a set of 250 steps takes us up to the age-old shrine, visited by Hindus and Buddhists alike. As soon as you see the beautiful panorama of the city and the lake, you will realize it was worth every step you had to climb to get to the top. Once down again, we drive to our houseboat on the water to enjoy a chilled, relaxing afternoon on the covered verandah, drink in hand, absorbing the constantly changing waterscape in all its beauty. Every minute the sun sinks lower, the lake is tinted in darker shades of color, transforming the whole landscape. Monks’ prayer chants reach our ears from across the lake and shikaras add dots of dark color to the still water.

We stay on The Taj Vivanta Dal Lake with a Superior Charm Room with views of the lake and breakfast included. 

Breakfast is served on the houseboat and then we take to the road for a day trip to Gulmarg, often referred to as the ‘Meadow of Flowers’ at an altitude of 8,500 ft./2,591 m. This pretty hill station boasts the highest summer golf course on the globe and offers wonderful adventure skiing in the cold winter season, making it a destination for both nature lovers and action seekers.

Prepare yourself; you are going to take the second highest cable car in the world, a Gondola ride. From the foot of Mount Apharwat where we get our tickets, we ascend to 13,780 ft./4,200 m. on the first phase of the journey.

To reach Phase ll (optional), we are taken to the second gondola lift which glides over beautiful green pine forests and lush hilly landscapes with stunning panoramic views.

We hike (optional) a short distance of 0.9 mi./1.5 km to beautiful Lake Alpather at the foot of the Apharwat twin peaks. The triangular-shaped, tranquil body of water is surrounded by endless meadows carpeted in wildflowers with rocky mountains in the background. There are photo opportunities galore. Instead of hiking to the lake, you can rent a pony for the ride.

Useful information: To reach the lake at the top of Gulmarg Hill, following the second gondola ride, you have a 2-hour walk over difficult rocky terrain, but although the going is not always easy, it is a moderate hike. Bring some refreshments and water to enjoy at the lakeside. The route descends for 15 minutes only to ascend again for another 30 minutes. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and appropriate clothes.

The remainder of the day is at your leisure. We spend the night in Gulmar The Khyber Himalayan Resort and Spa with breakfast included.

We leave for Pahalgam, also called the ‘Valley of Shepherds, at a height of 7,200 ft./2,194.5 m after breakfast. This pretty hill station is a popular venue for the filming of Bollywood movies. Furthermore, it is the base camp for the Amarnath Pilgrimage and has numerous trekking routes.

En route to Pahalgam these are many places of interest, like the world famous saffron fields, the Martand Temple, or Sun Temple and the Awantipura ruins going back to the ninth century during the time when King Awanti Vatman reigned over Kashmir. At the last location you can see the remains of several ancient Hindu shrines from that period.

From Pahalgam you can either walk the 60 minutes, 3 mi./5 km to the Baisaran meadows or take a pony ride. From the breathtaking snow covered meadows one has stunning views across the valley and Pahalgam town below.

Other excursions on offer are visits to the Betaab, Chandanwadi and Aru Valleys, all three blessed with picturesque meadows and absolutely picture perfect sceneries.

We stay overnight in The ITC Pine n Peak Hotel with breakfast included. 

In the morning we return to Srinagar by road. We book into our luxury hotel, the Vivanta Taj Dal Lake View which does justice to its name with a glorious view over the lake. The remainder of the day is yours to spend as you wish. Mybe you feel like visiting the wonderful tulip gardens, partake in our optional Srinagar culinary tour or try some of the local cuisine on your own.

We spend the night in The Taj Vivanta Dal Lake in a Superior Charm Room with views of the lake and breakfast included.

This morning we are driving along one of the earth’s most beautiful and thrilling roads. Before we set off however, you will enjoy a cup of early morning tea and a good breakfast. The route between Srinagar and Kargil goes though panoramic Sonamarg village at a height of 8,989 ft./2,740 m and then continues through beautiful green fields on both sides.

We drive along the 60 mi./96 km-long Sonamarg Valley, following the deep gorge snaking between soaring snow-capped Himalayan mountain peaks. Sycamores, pines and silver birch dot the lush landscape with pockets of darker green. In springtime, hundreds of crocus flowers paint the whole valley yellow, explaining why it is lovingly referred to as the ‘Meadow of Gold’. Come summer, shepherds’ huts almost disappear in the surrounding grasslands and the sound of the Sindh River, a tributary of the Jhelum can be heard all through the valley.

We stop in Sonamarg for a few hours to enjoy the beautiful setting and here you can partake in an optional pony ride or hike to the Thajiwas Glacier.

Both beginner and experienced hikers enjoy the gentle slopes of the mountains around Sonamarg. The spectacular Thajiwas Glacier is a popular attraction and if you reckon the 2.5 mi./4 km climb is too taxing, you can take a pony. For more hardened trekkers there is the longer trek which goes past 5 mountain lakes, namely Vishanasar, Kishansar, Gadsar, Satsar and Gangabal. Plentiful trout in the River Sindh attract many anglers. Simply wandering through the tranquil meadows all along the banks of the river is an experience not to be missed.

From Sonamarg the terrain changes; the going is rough on wet roads until we reach the Zojila Pass, aptly called the ‘Gateway to Ladakh’. At 11,571 ft./3,527 m above sea level, it is snow covered and counts amongst the world’s highest navigable mountain passes. This is our entrance way into the Ladakh area and we continue on to the second coldest inhabited town on earth called Drass, where temperatures often drop to -22˚F/-30˚C in winter. We will stop here for a passport check and some refreshments, after which a few more hours’ drive ends in Kargil, halfway to Leh and our overnight stop at 8,891 ft./2,710 m.

We spend the night in The Kargil Hotel in a Superior Suite Room with breakfast and dinner included. A Suite is available at a surcharge. 

Today we have a full day’s drive ahead of us with the landscape changing from lush green valleys to the barren, stark Ladakh mountains.

We will make a few stops along the way and start with Mulbekh to see the enormous 29.5 ft./9 m-high Maitreya or Future Buddha rock statue located next to the highway at a height of 10,800 ft./3,304 m above sea level. This statue is the first sign of Leh’s Buddhist culture replacing the Muslim culture.

Traversing Fotu La, the highest pass on our trip at 13,668 ft./4,166 m, we reach Lamayuru hill station.

We keep on the ever-winding road until we get to the so-called ‘Moon Landscape’, an alien looking area with grey sandstones eroded through 1000’s of years into weird sculptures. The road keeps on climbing until we eventually enter Lamayuru at altitude 11,810 ft./3,600 m. Central in the little hill station, perching on a cliff of its own, is the Lamayuru Monastery, impressive in its architectural design. The complex is made up of numerous shrines and some 150 Red Hat Buddhist monks live in the monastery. The thangka collection is quite impressive and beautiful frescoes adorn the walls. We follow a narrow street to the oldest remaining building situated under the main Gompa, a fascinating temple going back 10 centuries with some weird protective images.

It is time for lunch and afterwards we take a short northern detour to ancient Likir Gompa. The monastery houses many treasures in a tiny museum such as earthen pots, old costumes and manuscripts and a collection of thangkas. Most impressive though, is the golden, seated 75 ft./25 m tall Maitreya Buddha facing to the east on one of the rooftops.

Now the route takes us through lower valleys past villages such as Basgo and Nimoo until we reach the Sangam View Point, a strangely beautiful barren landscape where the Indus and Zanskar Rivers meet.

Our next stop is at the strange Magnetic Hill where the laws of gravity are turned on its head or so it seems. An optical illusion creates the image of vehicles moving uphill on their own while in fact the road is on a decline.

A short distance remains to reach Leh at altitude 11,500 ft./3,520 m where we go directly to our hotel.

We overnight in the Grand Dragon Leh Hotel or Hotel Abduz with breakfast and dinner included. 

This region is often called ‘Little Tibet’ since it resembles Tibet both in culture and landscape, and is the highest and most remote region of the country. Located north of the greater Himalayan Mountains, it does not receive much rain, making it a sought-after destination in summer, in contrast to other mountain regions with higher rainfall. Although barren, this landscape is strangely mesmerizing and plenty of ancient palaces and monasteries add its own attraction. The starkness is broken by green oases where water sources feed willows and small settlements provide refuge for locals in flat roof homes. The traditions of Tibetan Buddhist culture are all pervasive here, as is evident in the abundance of monasteries and Gompas scattered throughout the region.

Our first visit is to the Shanti Stupa in Changspa and to reach this unique stupa we have to climb up some 500 steep steps. The panoramic view from the top is worth every step, though. On a hill facing this stupa sits Namgyal Tsemo Gompa, another pretty picture. Next on our itinerary is Leh’s Royal Palace, an imposing nine-story building. Dating from the 17th century, its construction is attributed to King Sengge Namgyal. The huge edifice seems to hug the rock face and looks over the town and the Indus Valley below. Following the backstreets, we arrive at the lively bazaar to browse around until it is time for lunch and we return to our hotel.

Suitably sustained with a sumptuous dinner, we go on a lovely evening walking tour. From our hotel, close to the center of Leh, under the watchful eye of the presiding Royal Palace, we wander through narrow alleys and shop for interesting Tibetan handicrafts at the market. At the Ecological Center we learn about the dangers traditional Tibetan culture faces from the ever encroaching modern world. From a roof terrace we observe life in the streets of Leh while tasting thugkpa, Tibet’s traditional noodle soup. Before retiring for the night, a last stop at one of the city’s many wonderful bookstores is a special treat.

We spend the night in the Grand Dragon Leh Hotel with breakfast and dinner included.

We have a distance of 99 mi./160 km to cover today to reach the hidden Nubra Valley. Our journey through constantly changing arid landscapes crosses a number of the world’s highest passes.

There are spectacular photo opportunities and we will make frequent stops. Top of the list is Khardung La Pass at altitude 18,379 ft./5,602 m with unsurpassed views of Leh city towards the south, the Saser Kangri Mountains to the north and across the entire valley. As we descend into the Nubra Valley you will notice how the landscape changes from stark cold desert into a white sandy desert.

We drive north to visit the Samstanling Monastery (optional) across the Shyok River. Towering over the village of Sumur, the huge Gompa has a total of 7 temples.

We zig zag onwards to the village of Hundar, passing Diskit, where some of the valley’s most important ancient monasteries are located. The complex dates back to 1400’s and has outstanding Buddha statues and many thangkas worth a stop. The colorful seated Future Buddha statue, the Maitreya Buddha, is a memorable sight.

Still on the road to Hundar, miles and miles of wondrous sand dunes greet us and we stop for an optional half-hour camel ride. These are Bactrian camels who have two humps, used on the famous Silk Road between Yarkand in China and Leh in ancient times. The setting is quite extraordinary with gold-colored sand dunes set against pure white snow-covered peaks in the background, so be sure to take lots of pictures.

Hundar was once the center of the Nubra Empire. The village lies on the river with pockets of green trees adding color to the sandy surroundings. Chamba Gompa, now in ruins, bears witness to its ertwhile glory. 

Your room at the Stone Hedge Resort, a family run business, looks on to the beautiful mountains. Take a leisurely stroll and discover the delights of this pretty little settlement.

We stay the night in The Stone Hedge Resort with breakfast and dinner included. 

In the morning we will drive on to Turtuk, a picturesque little village about 53 mi./85 km from our resort in Hundar. However, the trip will take about two to three hours. Its 4,000 inhabitants follow the Islamic culture and speak the Baltistan language as it was part of Pakistan until 1971. To get to know this charming village a bit better we will walk around and meet some of the locals.

Lunch will introduce us to the Baltic cuisine strongly influenced by the food of Pakistan’s Baltic region. Be sure to try the freshly made mulberry juice.

Although Tyakshi and Turtuk are not the closest settlements to the border with Tibet, they are close, Thang being the ultimate one. Turtuk is not as high as Leh in altitude and has green pastures yielding apricots, cherries, apples and mulberries. There is an ancient water system feeding off the glaciers that provide nourishment for the abundant vegetation and an immense variety of vegetables and fruit. Defense units stationed close by also receive their supplies from the valley.

We return to Hundar where we spend another night in the Stone Hedge Hotel, dinner and breakfast included. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKy_voQ1VH8

Today we drive for about five hours to Merak, the closest visitors may venture to the Tibetan border.

The village lies on the southern banks of Lake Pangong or Pangong Tso at 13,944 ft./4,250 m above sea level. Pangong is famous as the world’s largest and longest saltwater lake. You will be surprised to hear that the entire lake freezes over completely in winter, despite the high salt concentration. Only 30% of this lake actually falls in Ladakh territory with the remainder in Tibet. Notwithstanding the presence of soldiers standing guard, the water with its unbelievable turquoise color is an amazing sight. Keep your camera ready for the colors of the water change constantly and one picture will be prettier than the next.

No-one ever tires of this beautiful setting, so we spend the afternoon discovering the delights of the village, kicking pebbles on the lakeshore, swimming in the lake, walking, gazing at the Tibetan mountains and just drinking in the peaceful atmosphere.

Interesting information: At its widest point, the lake is almost 4.4 mi./7 km across. During the Treaty of Tingmosgang in 1634 the boundaries between Ladakh and Tibet was set, thereby ending the Tibet/Ladakh Mughal War between the two countries. To the north of the lake one can see the Tibetan Changchun Mountain Range, as well as Askai Chin and the Lingzi Thang Plains.

We overnight in The Merak Hotel, overlooking Lake Pangong with breakfast and dinner included. 

The morning is spent at leisure at the Pangong Lake.

In the afternoon, we bid farewell to this beautiful spot and head out towards Leh. We find ourselves on the highest navigable road on earth as we travers the Chang La Pass at altitude 17.,85 ft./5,360 m and pass Changthang. The settlement lies on part of the high altitude Tibetan Plateau where gigantic mountains dwarf herds of Pashmina sheep.

The first stop of the afternoon is at the Hemis Monastery, the wealthiest and largest in Ladakh. The Gompa houses a vast collection of treasures like gold statues, Tibetan books, weapons and much more.  We will also spend some time observing the comings and goings of the resident monks.

After another half hour on the road we arrive at the hilltop Thikse Monastery which has an enormous 3-story high statue of the Maitreya Buddha. From the roof of the complex one has the most spectacular views of the valley and the mountains.

In Leh we immediately check into the hotel and then have the remainder of the day to get to know the town with its interesting bazaars, pretty mud brick houses and narrow lanes. Sit down for a cup of coffee and some mouthwatering apricot cake in one of the garden cafes to do some people watching.

We spend the night in the Grand Dragon Leh Hotel or Hotel Abduz with breakfast and dinner included.

After a memorable Himalayan vacation, the journey finally comes to an end. If you wish to extend your stay in Leh, we will happily assist you with any arrangements. Otherwise you will take you to the airport to board the plane back to Delhi.

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Included in the Tour Price

  • 13-day tour in a Toyota Innova Crysta vehicle with a driver
  • 12 nights’ accommodation in the hotels mentioned above
  • All breakfasts
  • All dinners in the hotels in Leh
  • All dinners on the houseboat
  • A gondola ride as far as Phase 1 on Khilanmarg in Gulmarg. The gondola ride to Phase II will be at extra charge
  • Transport in a Toyota Innova Crysta with a heater through the entire trip
  • All airport transfers in India
  • One to two-hour trip on a shikara on Lake Dal
  • All sightseeing trips and excursions as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Transfer from Terminal 3 to Terminal 1D at Delhi International Airport
  • All applicable expenses including service charges
  • Two bottles of water per day per person
  • Permits and once-off fees for the Zanskar Region, Nubra valley Region and Pangong Lake
  • All interstate taxes, fuel charges, toll taxes and parking fees

Not Included in the Tour Price

  • Any international flights
  • All domestic flights
  • Pony ride to the Thajiwas Glacier in Sonmarg. Charges are USD 25 per pony
  • English speaking local guides if needed at any of the destinations
  • Entrance fees to monuments and monasteries
  • Lunches
  • Dinners not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Visa for India
  • Travel insurance
  • Any personal expenses like laundry, tips, phone/fax calls, video/camera fees payable at monuments, alcoholic beverages, medical expenses, etc.


Rated 5 out of 5

**This review was written in Spanish and has been translated using using Google Translator

It was my seventh trip to India and I can say that the most incredible of all that I have made to date (and it will not be the last).

For almost 20 years I have dreamed of getting to know Kashmir and Ladakh, the little Tibet, but political problems prevented me from going to that region of India over and over again, which I can assure you is the most fabulous of all the ones I have visited to date. Its so different people, its art, monasteries, lakes, in short, its exceptional humanity has captivated us from day one.

I contacted Vikas by chance in the month of April, and immediately achieved a harmony that bore fruit in this perfectly organized trip. Congratulations because we have not had a single failure.

NARESH, our friend, our exceptional companion and today a friend on this great journey, has been an incomparable piece that has made the journey, -which I already knew-, much more pleasant. His sympathy, his knowledge, his more than acceptable Spanish, his desire to please, his education, everything, absolutely everything, has been perfect.

And what about the tour: who wants to know unique places in the world, dream landscapes, come to Kashmir and Ladakh. Trust Vikas and especially NARESH.

Thank you, thank you, both of you

A hug

Juan Villalobos

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JUAN Villalobos and the group, Spain

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Madikeri (Coorg) ➜ Nishani Motte Trek ➜ Namdroling Monastery ➜ Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary ➜ Nagarhole National Park ➜ Ooty ➜ Pollachi ➜ Anamalai Tiger Reserve or Parambikulam Tiger Reserve ➜ Munnar ➜ Eravikulam National Park Madurai ➜ Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary (Thoovanam Waterfalls) ➜ Madurai (Meenakshi Temple) ➜ Chennai

From $2995 pp India

West India Highlights – Best of Gujarat & Maharashtra (20 days)

Type: Budget to Luxury Private Tour You Visit:

Mumbai ➜ Elephant Caves ➜ Aurangabad (Ajanta & Ellora Caves) ➜ Ahmedabad ➜ Adalaj Stepwell ➜ Poshina ➜ Rani-Ki-Vav Stepwell ➜ Sun Temple at Modhera➜ Patan Patolas Sari Weavers ➜ Dasada (Little Rann of Kutch) ➜ Bhuj (Great Rann of Kutch) ➜ Banni Tribal villages (Crafts and Textiles of Kutch Region) ➜ Mandvi Beach ➜ Dholavira (The Lost Civilization) ➜ Gondal ➜ Sasan Gir National Park ➜ Palitana ➜ Vadodora ➜ Lothal ➜ Champaner ➜ Ahmedabad


Family Holidays in India with Kids – Perfect for Family Adventure Holidays

Type: Budget to Luxury Private Tour You Visit:

Old and New Delhi ➜ Ranthambhore National Park ➜ Abhaneri Stepwell ➜ Agra (Taj Mahal, Baby Taj, Tuk-tuk tour, Red Fort) ➜ Hill Station Shimla  ➜ Toy Train from Shimla to Solan (a ride in a UNESCO World Heritage listed Train carriage) ➜ Prakriti Farms (Chandigarh) ➜ Mumbai

From $Price on Request pp India

From Manali to Leh: Tour the Sights of Ladakh

Type: Adventure Budget to Luxury Private Tour You Visit:

New Delhi (Start), Amritsar (Punjab), Mcloead Ganj (Dharamshala), Manali, Keylong via Rohtang La Pass, Tso Kar, Leh, Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Phyang Monastery, Alchi, Likir, Diskit Monastery, Nubra Valley, Pangong Tso via Shyok River, New Delhi (End)


Kashmir Leh Ladakh India Tour (13 Days)

Type: Adventure Budget to Luxury Private Tour You Visit:

New Delhi (Start), Srinagar (Kashmir), Dachigam National Park, Sonmarg, Lamayuru, Alchi, Likir, Thiksey Monastery, Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Phyang Monastery, Nimmu Village, Shang Valley, Hemis Monastery, Khardung La Pass, Nubra Valley, Lake Pangong, Tso Moriri, New Delhi (End)


On the Footsteps of Himalaya (Leh, Ladakh, Kashmir and Zanskar)

Type: Adventure Budget to Luxury Private Tour You Visit:

New Delhi (Start) ➜ Srinagar (Kashmir) ➜ Gulmarg ➜ Panikhar via Sonamarg ➜ Kargil ➜ Padum via Rangdum ➜ Kargil ➜ Lamayuru ➜ Wanla ➜ Photoksar ➜ Lingshed ➜ Alchi ➜ Likir ➜ Leh ➜ Hemis ➜ Thiksey ➜ Lake Pangong ➜ New Delhi (End)

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