Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a road trip through the Trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh, which is also known for its barren rugged mountains, beautiful monasteries and funny road captions.

 TRIP DATES: 

TRIP COST: Rs 21,500 + 5% GST = RS 23,435/- 

Inclusion: 

  • Accommodation. (3 to 6 based on room size)
  • Travel.
  • Entry Fee.
  • Permits.

Exclusion:

  •  Food.
  • Travel to Srinagar and back from New Delhi.

Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be booked.

For booking and more information please call on the numbers mentioned below.

Sherwin Rebello : +91 9833494963/ +91 8275457702

TLOW Office: +91 9004594935/+91 8454961928

or mail us at: [email protected]

Terms & Conditions

Things to carry along:

  • Valid Photo id proof with address – 5 copies. (No Pan card)
  • Two passport size photographs.
  • Essentials to pack.

Day 1:

  • Reach Srinagar by 14:00 HRS latest.
  • Check into our Dal Lake house boat for the night.
  • Post tea, go for a shikara boat ride around the lake.
  • Spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

Day 2:

  • Leave early in the morning by 06:00 HRS for the town of Kargil by local government bus. (213 km = 6-7 hours)
  • Visit Sonmarg known as the ‘Meadow of Gold’.
  • Lunch at Drass, the 2nd coldest inhabited place in the world.
  • En route have a magnificent view of the famous war peaks of Kargil (Tololing and Tiger Hill).
  • Reach Kargil by 17:00 HRS.
  • Check into guest houses.

Day 3:

  • Board an early morning bus from Kargil to Leh. (216 km = 5-7 hours)
  • Check into home stay.
  • Spend the rest of the day wandering the streets of Leh.

Day 4:

  • After breakfast, leave for local sight seeing by Suv/Tempo traveller.
  •  Visit the 3 Idiot school Sindguard – Shey Thiksay Hemis.
  • Return back to Leh in the evening.
  • Spend the rest of the day relaxing in Leh.

Day 5:

  • Leave early morning by SUV/Tempo traveller to the villages of Diskit and Hunder in Nubra Valley via Khardung La (Highest Motorable road in the World, 18,380 ft). 150 km
  • Spend night in guest house in the village of Hunder.

Day 6:

  • After breakfast, pack up and head back to Leh by same Route, crossing Khardung La.
  • Reach Leh by afternoon.
  • Check into the same guest house.
  • Spend the rest of the evening in Leh or unwind in the guest house.

Day 7:

  • Leave early in the morning for a six hour drive by SUV/Tempo traveller to the splendid high altitude Pangong Tso.
  • Return back to the town of Leh by early evening.
  • Spend rest of the day wandering the many lanes of Leh.

Day 8:

  • Last day in Leh, leisure day to do anything.
  • Spend the day by visiting Tsemo – Leh Palace. or
  • Wander the tiny lanes of Leh or
  • Go white water rafting. (Additional Cost)

Day 9:

  • Board the early morning bus to Keylong.
  • Reach Keylong by 17:00 HRS.
  • Check into guest house for the night.

Day 10:

Day 11:

13 Responses

  1. Heena

    Hi,

    Does the cost include travel to and from Delhi to Srinagar?

    Thanks!

    Reply
    • thelandoutthere

      Hi Helena,

      The trip starts in Srinagar at Dal Lake and ends at ISBT Kashmiri Gate New Delhi.

      Reply
  2. Anuja

    I have been waiting to go to Ladakh since a long time now. The TLOW blueprint looked exciting and the trip was exactly that. Beautiful landscapes and villages and friendly locals and home stays. Absolutely loved the Ladakh experience with TLOW.

    Reply
  3. Ajinkya K

    I have been planning to visit Ladakh for the last one year and it was only this time that I could actually manage to come. I found out about TLOW from the internet and from its website itself the plan seemed to be very exciting. The idea of backpacking through Ladakh excited me and I enrolled myself for the same. The entire journey has been one of the best experiences of my life. The team at TLOW has been very supportive and caring from day one and never ever did they leave us alone on the entire trip. They wide experience of travel helped us complete our journey smoothly and without any obstacles. I saw some of the prettiest and most rugged villages during this journey. Made some amazing friends and am taking back some amazing memories. I look forward to be a part of a lot of trips with TLOW.

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  4. Anand

    I came to Ladakh without any clue about the trip. I came with the intention of meeting new people and seeing new places. And I haven’t been disappointed even one bit. This has been the best trip of my life with an amazing bunch of interesting people with interesting stories. Thanks a ton TLOW.

    Reply
  5. Nilufer D

    We have been planning a trip to Ladakh for quite some time. After quite a lot of research, discussing with a couple of our friends, we finally decided to go with TLOW. What we liked about TLOW was the variety of places offered at the cost. Fun experience with a great group of people. The fact that you’ll allowed us to decide what we wanted to do on a particular day made things comfortable. Now that this trip is coming to an end, I really wish that I could have more time on my hands to explore more places. I am sure to be back for trips with TLOW.

    Reply
    • Judy

      I think other web-site prirroetops should take this site as an model, very clean and wonderful user friendly style and design, let alone the content. You are an expert in this topic!

      Reply
  6. Shreya P

    Turtuk the village was fantastic. Almost like a fairy tale. I can’t thank you enough TLOW for taking us there. The general scenery of Ladakh including Nubra Valley, Pangong Lake, View from the monasteries was breath taking. Thank you for the great company and a great vibe throughout the trip . As I have said before, your website gives a great vibe and another witness of it was the amazing people it attracted. I loved hanging out with everyone on the trip. Also thank you for taking time and listening to what we wanted to do on the trip.

    Reply
  7. Nikhila Reddy

    Always wanted to visit Ladakh and finally I got my chance because a friend of mine suggested that I should travel with TLOW. I must say that the suggestion was totally worth it. A trip to remember especially Kargil. I loved the Kebabs and the Biryani was to die for. The homestay in Leh and Turtuk are something that will always remain in my memory forever. Thanks for all the memories.

    Reply

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