The Nubra Valley Trek
The Nubra Valley Trek

The Nubra is a tributary of the Shyok River which flows parallel to the Indus on the northern side of the Ladakh range. Because of its lower altitude the valley has a mild climate and is therefore richer in vegetation. It is often referred to as the "Orchard of Ladakh".
In ancient times, the valley was part of the Caravan Route, today it offers unparalleled trekking opportunities and scenic landscapes. It is also the natural habitat of the double backed Bactrian Camel.
Buddhist monasteries flourished in the valley among which the famous Diskit Gompa. This monastery, over 350 years old, is the oldest in the Nubra region. It is also one of the largest.

Day 01: Arrive Delhi

Meet and assist by our representative upon your arrival at the airport. Then drive to your hotel.

Day 02: Delhi - Leh (By Flight)

Early morning fly from New Delhi to Ladakh. Leh, the capital of Ladakh is a beautiful destination with so many attractions and is the center of Tibeto-Buddhist Culture for ages. Arrive in Leh and you will be transferred to your hotel. In the evening visit the Shankar monastery nearby your hotel and then go up to the Shanti Stupa (built by the Japanese) for a breath taking view of the capital city of Ladakh.

Day 03: Leh - Uleytokpo

After breakfast at hotel leave for Uleytokpo. Upon arrival in Uleytokpo a short trek of 30 minutes takes you to visit the monastery at Rizong, the school where young lamas are taught Buddhism.

Day 04: Uleytokpo - Lamayuru - Alchi - Uleytokpo

Have breakfast & leave for your Moonland tour on the way to Lamayuru. However, your journey to this place allows you to travel over the serpentine road and once you reach at the top the mountain you will believe why the name of this tour is Moonland exactly the same formation of land is visible as on the moon. Visit Lamayuru and drive back to Uleytokpo via Alchi Monastery. Continue your drive towards Uleytokpo.

Day 05: Uleytokpo - Leh

Leave for Leh and on the way visit the monastery at Likir, Spituk and Phyang. Reach Leh by late afternoon and relax for the day.

Day 06: Leh - Khardung - Sumoor - Nubra

In the morning leave for Nubra via the world?s highest motorable road Khadung-La at the altitude of 5800mts above sea level. Nubra is located near the strategic Siachen glacier, on the Indo-Pak border. The Khardungla Pass, the highest motor able pass in the world is located nearby. Continue your drive to Nubra valley, arrive & check in at deluxe tented accommodation in Sumoor.

Day 07: Nubra - Leh - Shey - Thiksey - Hemis - Leh

After breakfast drive back to Leh. After lunch excursion to Shey, the summer Palace of royal family. A small drive ahead takes you to Thiksey where you can see the biggest future Buddha statue of Maitreya. Finally on to the richest monestry of Ladakh, Hemis, this monastery is nestled between two mountains and houses the rare Buddhist artifacts & texts.

Day 08: Leh - Delhi (By Flight)

After breakfast you will be transferred to airport to board flight for New Delhi. Upon reaching Delhi explore few hours in the busy markets. Transfer to International airport to board flight back to your country with fond remembrance of your trip of Ladakh.