Manali to Leh

12 Nights and 13 Days

54,571.00

12 Nights and 13 Days
Average Adult Cost: 54,571 INR PER PERSON

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12 Nights and 13 Days
Average Adult Cost: 54,571 INR PER PERSON

ITINERARY

Day 1: In Manali Visit Rohtang La Pass

Today you would be visiting Rohtang La. Rohtang Pass (or Rohtam Pass) is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.979 m (13,054 ft) above the sea level, located on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. The pass is traversed by the Leh-Manali Highway. Every new season, the road crew has to struggle with their GPS to dig out the road buried under the layers of snow. However, massive and deadly landslides continue, giving the pass its name, which translates to ground of corpses.


Day 2: In Manali, Manali

The journey between Chandigarh to Manali is an overnight journey which can be travelled by bus. In morning you reach Manali where you will be taken to your hotel for rest.


Day 3: Towards Jispa Visit SheyMonastery, VisitThiksey Monastery,Visit Hemis Monastery

Today you would be visiting Shey. Situated inside the premises of Shey Palace, Shey Monastery is one of the popular monasteries in Ladakh. The Shey Palace is situated some 16 kms from the Leh City and is en route Thiksey and Hemis monastery. The palace in which the monastery is located used to be the summer retreat of the royal family of Ladakh. Shey Monastery is believed to have been built in 1655 by Deldon Namgyal, in the memory of his father, Singay Namgyal. The gompa is known for its colossal copper-gold gilded statue of a seated Shakyamuni Buddha. This statue is reckoned to be the second largest Buddha statue in Ladakh.
Today you would be visiting Thiksey. Thiksay Gompa, Thiksey Monastery or Thiksay monastery is a gompa of Tibetan Buddhism religion. It is located on the top of the hill. It is very famous for its similarity with Potala Palace of Lhasa. This monastery is famous for pilgrim activities, architectural elements, sightseeing and exploration. The monastery has an interesting anecdote of how it was built in this exact location. It is said that when two Buddhist monks offered prayers and rituals at the Yellow Temple and were about to through a cake (offering to God) into the valley, a crow took away the cake and place it on a hilltop. They assumed this a divine order and built a monastery here.
Today you would be visiting Hemis. Hemis monastery is one of the popular tourist destinations in Ladakh. This monastery is stationed on the west bank of the peaceful river Indus. The location lies 45 km from Leh city. This is the largest as well as amost favored monastery in Ladakh was constructed in 1672 AD under the reign of King Singge Namgyal. Hemis monastery host an annual festival called Hemis Tsechu attracts plenty of tourists across the globe. During this colourful day-long festival the local resident lamas glorify the victory of good over bad and perform dance wearing holy masks.


Day 4: Towards Leh Environmental Fees and Permit fees

You must be wondering, what is the permit and permission procedure for visiting Pangong Tso? What documents should I carry with me? We have the answers to your questions. There are certain areas in Ladakh which are considered inner line (areas close to the border with either China or Pakistan), and Pangong Tso Lake is one them. Therefore, Indians will need to obtain an inner line permit for visiting this place. Foreign nationals visiting this place are required to obtain a protected area permit if they want to travel from Leh to Pangong Lake.


Day 5: In Leh,Leh Local

Our fifth day dedicates to the local attractions in and around Leh, which begins with the confluence of Indus-Zanskar Rivers, a site so beautiful and enthralling that you wouldn’t ever want to leave. Take numerous selfies and head further to the Likir Monastery, a sacred Buddhist ground with majestic statue of Lord Buddha. Drench in the holy environment and depart for the Magnetic Hill, known for its geological formations, iron ores and landscapes. The place is all set for the tourists to enjoy the serene surroundings. We later have an overnight stay at Leh.


Day 6: In Leh,Leh To Shaam Valley and Back

Start early morning the next day for the Shaam valley, at a distance of about 14 hours from Leh. Through the twisting and turning hill tops, we arrive at the exalted valley in Ladakh. The whole location radiates Ladakhi village fragrance in the simplest form. The trek adjoining the valley is another merriment to watch out for. We return back to Leh the same day for the stay.


Day 7: Towards Nubra Valley Visit Khardung La Top

Today you would be visiting Khardung La Top. Situated at an altitude of 18,379 ft. above the sea level, Khardung La makes one feel on the top of the world. It was once believed to be the highest motorable pass in the world, but facts prove it is among the highest motorable passes in India. This mountain pass in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir was prepared for motors in 1976 and opened in 1988 for the public. Khardung Pass (as ‘La’ implies ‘pass’ in Tibetan Language) is the gateway to the remote Nubra and Shyok valleys. The mountain pass holds a special significance as it is the way to carry supplies to the Siachen Glacier. It offers astonishing views of the twisting roads up the mountain and the awesome valley.


Day 8: Towards Leh Nubra Valley To Leh

Following the Samstanling Monastery tour in the morning, you will drive back to Leh via Khardung La Pass. In the evening, explore the local bazaars (markets) of Leh. You can purchase shopping items such as Pashmina shawls, Chinese cutleries, good pearls and Ladakhi woolen handicrafts.You will return to Leh in the evening where arrangements for dinner and overnight stay have been done for you at hotel in Leh.


Day 9: Towards Pangong Lake Visit Shey Monastery,Visit Thiksey Monastery

Today you would be visiting Shey. Situated inside the premises of Shey Palace, Shey Monastery is one of the popular monasteries in Ladakh. The Shey Palace is situated some 16 kms from the Leh City and is en route Thiksey and Hemis monastery. The palace in which the monastery is located used to be the summer retreat of the royal family of Ladakh. Shey Monastery is believed to have been built in 1655 by Deldon Namgyal, in the memory of his father, Singay Namgyal. The gompa is known for its colossal copper-gold gilded statue of a seated Shakyamuni Buddha. This statue is reckoned to be the second largest Buddha statue in Ladakh.
Today you would be visiting Thiksey. Thiksay Gompa, Thiksey Monastery or Thiksay monastery is a gompa of Tibetan Buddhism religion. It is located on the top of the hill. It is very famous for its similarity with Potala Palace of Lhasa. This monastery is famous for pilgrim activities, architectural elements, sightseeing and exploration. The monastery has an interesting anecdote of how it was built in this exact location. It is said that when two Buddhist monks offered prayers and rituals at the Yellow Temple and were about to through a cake (offering to God) into the valley, a crow took away the cake and place it on a hilltop. They assumed this a divine order and built a monastery here.


Day 10: Towards Leh,Pangong To Leh

Since it is impossible to let go of the majesty of Pangong Tso, hang around the lake for another day and take rides around the place to fit its memories permanently in your mind. Start for the return journey to Leh. We go to the Namgyal Tsemo Monastery before we call it a night


Day 11: Towards Kargil,Leh To Kargil

Early in the morning after breakfast, we will leave for the Kargil. On the way you will be visiting Batalik. At Batalik the famous war was fought by the Indian soldiers in 1999 with Pakistan. You will drive en-route Alchi monastery which was built in the 10th century. Immerse yourselves in the ambience of the heritage site. We’ll also cover Basgo Palace, also very famous in the locality. You will arrive at Kargil by evening. Overnight stay and dinner at hotel in Kargil.


Day 12: Towards Srinagar,Kargil To Srinagar

Post breakfast, the journey to Srinagar commences. The journey between these two places is exceptionally beautiful. Srinagar being the capital city of Jammu and Kashmir will capture your heart. You can visit Shankaracharya hill followed by the colorful Indira Gandhi Tulip garden. You can also visit the enchanting Nigeen lake. Spend your night in shikara (boat house) and get a unique experience.


Day 13: In Srinagar, Srinagar Airport

The tour ends on the thirteenth day at Srinagar when you return back via either the Srinagar airport or Jammu airport. Take around four hours buffer excluding the three hour drive to Jammu in order to pass all the security checks and heavy traffic congestions. We hope you return back soon with even higher spirits and vivid stories to tell.
Hotels

DestinationNightsHotel Name Room CategoryMeals
Manali2The Explorers Inn / SimilarSuper Deluxe Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Jispa1Ibex Jispa / SimilarStandard Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Leh3Hotel Galwan Palace / SimilarStandard Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Nubra Valley1Habib Guest house / SimilarStandard Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Leh1Hotel Galwan Palace / SimilarStandard Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Pangong Lake1Regal Camp / SimilarTent(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Leh1Hotel Greenland / SimilarStandard Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Kargil 1Hotel Greenland /SimilarStandard Room(1)Breakfast and Dinner
Srinagar1Triden Kashmir Resort / SimilarDELUXE ROOM(1)Breakfast and Dinner

Inclusions

  • Stay for 2 adults at The Explorers Inn in Manali for 2 nights. (4 Breakfast, 4 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Ibex Jispa in Jispa for 1 nights. (2 Breakfast, 2 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Hotel Galwan Palace in Leh for 3 nights. (6 Breakfast, 6 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Habib Guest house in Nubra Valley for 1 nights. (2 Breakfast, 2 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Hotel Galwan Palace in Leh for 1 nights. (2 Breakfast, 2 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Regal Camp in Pangong Lake for 1 nights. (2 Breakfast, 2 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Hotel Greenland in Kargil for 2 nights. (4 Breakfast, 4 Dinner)
  • Stay for 2 adults at Triden Kashmir Resort in Srinagar for 1 nights. (2 Breakfast, 2 Dinner)
  • Visit Rohtang La Pass for 2 adults
  • Visit Shey Monastery for 2 adults
  • Visit Thiksey Monastery for 2 adults
  • Visit Hemis Monastery for 2 adults
  • Environmental Fees and Permit fees for 2 adults
  • Visit Khardung La Top for 2 adults
  • Visit Shey Monastery for 2 adults
  • Visit Thiksey Monastery for 2 adults
  • Transfer from Day 1 to Day 13 in 1 SUV Luxury
  • All toll, parking fees & driver allowance.
  • All the transfer, excursion and sightseeing as included in the itinerary

Exclusions

  • Expenses at hotels, apartment, airports and seaports, tips, laundry, wines, mineral water, telephone charges, all items of personal nature and also food and drinks not part of the tour.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in Inclusions.
  • Any increase in fuel cost, government taxes, Intra and interstate taxes etc., the tour price will be amended in accordance.
  • Entrance fees and guide charges wherever applicable (not included in inclusions and itinerary)
  • Add-On tours unless mentioned otherwise
  • Hotel surcharges or Gala dinner (if applicable) during a high / festive season to be paid extra per person.
  • As mentioned in the itinerary.

Payment policy

  • You need to pay 100% now to reserve your trip.
  • In case you want to opt for installment, get in touch with our executive

Cancellation Policy

Flight cancellation policy:

  • Cancellation will be as per the airlines cancellation policy

Tour cancellation policy:

  • Cancellation charges will be applied as per the cancellation policy below:
  • 25% of cost of tour before 40 days or more days of departure:
  • 50% of cost of tour before 20 to 39 days of departure:
  • 100% of cost of tour before 20 days of departure:
  • Cancellation of one member may amount to cancellation of whole tour.
  • In case of delay or cancellation of flights/itinerary due to bad weather or unforeseen circumstances, Sulfur Vacations will not be held responsible for refund or compensation of any kind (including curtailment of trip). Sulfur Vacations will however try to make the best alternate arrangements and facilitate customers with best services possible. Any additional expense incurred due to such cancellations would have to be borne by the guests.

Terms and Conditions

  • Please reconfirm the rates before final confirmation, as rates are subject to change without prior information.
  • This is just a quote; no reservations held yet or booking is not processed yet.
  • Hotel, sightseeing, meals, transfer rate, etc. might change without any prior notice until and unless it been booked / confirmed from your end.
  • The change in dates will attract re-quote.
  • Normal hotel check-in time is from 2:00 PM onward and check-out time is at 11.00 AM.
  • The above cost does not include any kind of surcharge, if applicable during the given travel period.
  • At check-in, all guests will be required to present a major Credit Card for incidentals. ‘No Show’ is subject to full booking charges.
  • Quotation might change due to currencies and ROE fluctuation during confirmation and booking process.
  • Sulfur Vacations will not be liable for any Visa rejections and hotel cancellation policies would still stand as they are.

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