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Visit Time: June to September
2 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.18,500+Air fare/- 3 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.17,300+Air fare/- Child(4-11) Rs.15,000+Air Fare/-
Points to Remember:
- Reach railway station 1 hour before and reach Airport 3 hours before the schedule departure.
- Always carry the original and zerox copy of your Voter ID card for domestic and Passport & Visa for International tour.
- Take cash as per your requirements and should not forget to carry Booking / Hotel voucher, Tour itinerary, Debit / Credit card,
- Pack a small kit with medicines, band aids and first aid essentials. Take your regular medicine, personal care items, Insect & Mosquito repellents, Torch etc.
- Always keep back-up cell phone and laptop chargers on hand.
- Up & Down Train fare.
- Accommodation will be provided family wise
- Accommodation in Hotel / Resort is mention to our itinerary.
- All sightseeing & transfer by Non AC Coach / Car as mention in the itinerary.
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks and Dinner) will be provided as per our itinerary. (Except train food)
- Domestic Air fare.(if tour journey by air)
- Any type of Train Food.
- Entry Fees, Guide Charges.
- Any type of riding, Camera charges, Inner Line Permit Fees.
- Telephone charges, Dry cleaning, Laundry charges, any other personal expenses.
- Mineral water will not be served unless it is mentioned to our itinerary.
- Permit Parking, Toll Tax, and Inter State Road Tax for transport
- Tips, Insurance, Breakage etc.
- Any type o special enu.
- Any other expenses which is not mentioned in our tour itinerary.
About the Place
Jammu : Jammu the sixth largest state of the Indian union, is mostly mountainous with stretches of valleys and some mountain lakes. Searching for an extraordinary viewpoint and walkway? Visit the Ranbir Canal. There is a small garden along this canal, which serves as a cool picnic spot in summer. Nature lovers are fond of visiting the Mansar Lake. The lake is surrounded by dense forests and hills. People flock to this lake for boating and to participate in the Baisakhi festival, Moving towards the west of the city, you will come to Akhnoor, the historic town of Jammu. Situated on the banks of Chenab river, the town is associated with the legend of Soni-Mahiwal. You can also observe the influence of the Indus-Valley civilization here.For pilgrims, the city of Jammu and the nearby area offers several religious holy places like Vaishno Devi, Raghunath Temple, Ranbireshwar Temple, Mahamaya Temple and City Forest, Peer Khoh and Peer Baba.
Sreenagar : Visit Srinagar, the summer capital of Kashmir, and you will surely fall in love with the charming and seductive nature. Srinagar, literally meaning "the city of wealth and abundance" in Sanskrit, boasts of a perfect location in the lap of the majestic snow peaked Himalayas. Srinagar’s magical beauty, breathtaking landscapes, crystal clear waters, the village of shepherds, the world famous Dal lake etc. are the assets that attract people from the world around. The place offers a wonderful vacation far away from the noise and pollution of urban areas.
Kargil : A quite town now, Kargil once served as important trade and transit centre in the Pan-Asian trade network. Numerous caravans carrying exotic merchandise comprising silk, brocade, carpets, felts, tea, poppy, ivory etc. transited in the town on their way to and from China, Tibet, Yarkand and Kashmir. The old bazaar displayed a variety of Central Asian and Tibetan commodities even after the cessation of the Central Asian trade in 1949 till these were exhausted about two decades back. Similarly the ancient trade route passing through the township was lined with several caravanserais. Now, travelers of numerous nationalities have replaced traders of the past and Kargil has regained its importance as a centre of travel-related activities.
Leh : Leh is the the largest town of Ladakh withan area of 45110 Sq Km. The district is bounded by Pakistan occupied Kashmir in the West, China in the north and eastern part, and Lahul Spiti of Himachal Pradesh in South East.For a long time Leh remained the capital of the Rajas of Ladakh. It lies at an altitude of 10,800 ft above sea level. Leh district comprises of Leh town and 112 inhabited villages, Leh has quite a few interesting places on offer. The main attractions of this area include the captivating Leh Palace, Leh Monastery, Leh Mosque, Tsemo Gompa, Stok Palace Museum and beautiful valleys.
Nubra Valley : Looking for a romantic hill station amidst greenery, perfect for relaxing holidays? The valley of flowers- the Nubra Valley welcomes you with the purest and most divine greenery, ideal for your holiday break. The fertile land of the nubra valley, used for the cultivation of grains and fruits, is nurtured by the Shyok and Nubra Rivers. Popularly called the orchard of Ladakh, Nubra valley offers a graceful view of yellow and pink wild roses in summer and a carpet of wild lavender in the post-monsoon season. You will definitely be overwhelmed to see the Bactarian Camels around sand dunes, Deskit & Samstanling monasteries and Khardung la Pass.
Tso moriri : The Tso Moriri lake in the Changthang area of Ladakh was declared as a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention in 2003. It is fed by a number of small glacial streams and has no external drainage. This fact coupled with a high rate of evaporation, has resulted in the waters being brackish and bereft of any life. The lake is the only breeding ground outside of China for one of the most endangered cranes, the Black-necked crane Grus nigricollis, Ruddy Shelduck (Tadorna ferruginea), Common Redshank (Tringa tetanus), Brown headed gull (Larus brunnicephalus), Lesser sand plover (Charadius mongolus) and Great crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus) and the sole breeding ground for bar-headed geese in India.
Sarchu : A Romantic Destination With Unspoiled Nature. Sarchu is one of the favourite sites among the trekkers. This romantic destination, far from the noisy urban life, is perfect for honeymoon holidays, where one can enjoy his/her relaxing vacations amidst the beautiful landscapes and magnificent valleys. Sarchu provides a gateway to Leh District, Sarchu is a great stopover for travellers. Despite being an isolated destination, it offers a lot of accommodation options including tourist bungalows and tented camp sites. These camps provide luxurious stays even at such a high altitude. These camps are scientifically designed and consist of intact canvas rooms with warm beds.
Manali : Manali is situated near the end of the valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. The landscape here is breath taking. One sees well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas river with its clear water meanders through the town. On the other side are deodar and pine trees, tiny fields and fruit orchards. It is an excellent place for a holiday, a favorite resort for trekkers to Lahaul, Spiti, Bara Bhangal (Kangra), and Zanskar ranges. From temples to antiquity, to picturesque sight-seeing spots and adventure activities, Manali is a popular resort for all seasons and for all travellers. The annual Winter Carnival is scheduled to be held from 9th to 13th January, 2012.
Best time to Visit Leh & Ladak: The best time to visit Ladakh is during summers. The summers in Leh Ladakh stretch from June to September. For those who are interested in trekking, the peak season for Ladakh travel consists of the months of July/August.
About Leh & Ladakh
Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas, is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s Jammu and Kashmir state. Originally a stop for trading caravans, Leh is now known for its Buddhist sites and nearby trekking.