Day 1 and 2: DELHI (Hotel)
Day 3 and 4: MANALI ( Hotel)
Day 5: MARHI (Alps Tasmanian 4 Seasons Tents)
Day 6: SISSU (Swiss tents)
Day 7: JISPA (Swiss tents)
Day 8: PATSEO (Alps Tasmanian 4 Seasons Tents)
Day 9: SARCHU (Alps Tasmanian 4 Seasons Tents)
Day 10: PANG (Alps Tasmanian 4 Seasons Tents)
Day 11: RUMTSE (Alps Tasmanian 4 Seasons Tents)
Day 12: KARU (Alps Tasmanian 4 Seasons Tents)
Day 13 and 14: LEH (Hotel)
Day 15: Return to Delhi
1. For each group of 5 Pax, we have one follow up jeep, Jump in whenever you feel out of breath.
2. Jeeps are fitted with cycle carriers, so don't worry about them.
3. Guide is well trained for first aid. As precaution emergency medicine are carried and due to high altitude, jeeps are equipped with Oxygen cyclinder.
4. We have cooking van with trained chefs, who shall be preparing hot lunches during your en route journeys.
5. Advise us before start of tour if you have any specific requirements, we shall try to provide.
6. Cooking van is fully equipped with generator and cold storage.
May, June, July and August Sepetmer :
This is when Ladakh receives the bulk of its tourists annually. Most highways open up the last week of April or the first week of May. May is when the action starts. The weather clears up and one can enjoy their Ladakh sojourn “sunny side up”. Temperatures are a pleasant 16°C during the day and a barely manageable 3°C in the night. The breeze still carries the winter chill and one may feel the bite if sitting in shade for too long. June is when the mercury really kicks up and temperatures soar up to 21°C (day). You still can’t do without a blanket at night when it’s 7°C. This is when tourism is at its peak and Ladakh is buzzing with visitors, most on month long treks and pan- Ladakh expeditions. This is also when most events and local festivals happen to be celebrated. The days are blessed with plenty of sun, sometimes a little too harsh. Direct exposure to sunlight for long can leave you sunburnt and tanned, and not in a good way. July is arguably the warmest month of the year. The day and night temperatures are 25°C and 10°C respectively. This is when Ladakh receives the odd raid, otherwise, the weather remains pleasant and inviting all through the month. August is when it starts to get chilly once again and the extra quilts have to be pulled out. If you happen to be traveling during August, make sure you’re packing a lot of extra woolens. The breeze is a lot gustier and carries a lot of bite.