Duration : 12 Days/11 Nights Destinations : Delhi-Manali - Keylong - Jispa-Sarchu - Pang-Leh Intro: Deep in the heart of the Himalayas, the Ladakh & Zanskar mountains ranges are home of the Ladakhis - the tough mountain people of the Himalayas ! This is the land of the 'Buddha', where ancient monasteries dot the landscape, guiding the development of culture & religion since thousands of years. The plateau of Ladakh is wild, vast and barren and one of the most inaccessible and forbidding regions of the world. Here, the Nature rules supreme - man is humbled, cleansed and exhilarated.
Duration : 24 Days Destinations : The Forbidden Lands Trek Intro: The old trade route to Ladakh and Tibet may have been tarmacked, but most of this remote and spectacular region is still only accessible on foot. Its trails, though well frequented in high season, are long, hard and high, punctuated by few settlements, so be ready for this unending exploration journey!
Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days Destinations : Leh - Tso Moriri - Leh Intro: Like the land itself, the people of Ladakh are generally quite different from those of the rest of India. The faces and physique of the Ladakhis, and the clothes they wear, are more akin to those of Tibet and Central Asia than of India. The original population may have been Dards, an Indo-Aryan race down from the Indus and the Gilgit area. But immigration from Tibet, perhaps a millennium or so ago, largely overwhelmed the culture of the Dards and obliterated their racial characteristics.
Duration : 13 days in India Destinations : Zhung (Middle Ladakh), Sham (Lower Ladakh), Nubra Intro: Journey to Nubra Valley north of Leh is special for several reasons. First it is accessed by the highest motor able road in the world traversing the stunning Kardung La at the thin air of 5600m above sea level with views of the Saser Spur, the easternmost outcrop of the Karakoram further north and the Zanskar range and the principal chain of the Himalayas to the south
Duration : 16 days in India Destinations : Zhung (Middle Ladakh), Sham (Lower Ladakh), Kargil, Suru Valley, Zanskar Intro: Zanskar lies between the principal chain of the Himalayas to the south and the Zanskar Range to the north. The most isolated of all the trans-Himalayan valleys, made inaccessible for nearly eight months a year due to heavy snowfall resulting in closure of all the access passes, Zanskar has the distinction of being the least interfered with microcosms of Ladakh, and thus one of the last few surviving cultural satellites of Tibet.