An Explorers Journey to Ladakh
Includes 5 days Trek to Nubra Valley, Safari to Oldest Monastery of Ladakh, Bacterial Camel Ride.. and lots more check it out..


A Real Journey for people who would like to experience the Ladakh Region in a true style of Explorer, Youthful Experience for people who like to experience inside of each destination. 

Trek from Leh to Nubra Valley through the remotest places in Ladakh, Crossing an altitude of over 17000 feet.. plus spending more days in Nubra.. Exploring Oldest Monastery of Ladakh.. 

Be An Explorer, Rediscover Ladakh, Rediscover Yourself..

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In 5 Days Trek to Nubra Valley starting near Leh crossing an altitude of over 17,000 feet.
2 Nights at Nubra Valley, Exploring Hundur, Diskit..
Over Night at Camping at Ethnic Campsite, Ulley

AN OPPORTUNITY .. TO Get close the Ladakhi Culture..Heritage..Landscapes

Remote Villages, Monasteries and Landscapes
Sand dunes of Hundur
Explore Valley of Flowers in Ladakh on food
Local Food and Customs
Local Market Place
Remote Rivers, Streams
Don't just see the Majestic Mountains get close and climb them..

Jun 10th (Sun) – Rest Day at Leh (Stay should be walking distance from Leh Market)

Jun 11th (Mon) – Monastery trip (Lamayuru / Likir / Magnetic Hill / Moon Land ) O/N Ulley

Jun 12th (Tue) – Return Basgo / Pathar Saheb O/N Leh


Difficulty – Medium Grade
The trek route crosses the high Digar La pass over the Ladakh Range; it was the alternative route for the Yarkand Traders when KhardungLa was blocked by snow. The trek takes 5 days to reach Nubra Valley.

Jun 13th (Thu) – (DAY 1 – of Trek) Leh – Sabu – Digar La Base (5 to  6 hours). The Large village of Sabu (also spelled Saboo) is 8 km to the east of Leh and can be reached by Cab and Local Bus Transport. There is a prominent gompa in the village, dating back to 18th century.
The trail begins at Sabu Phu, an outlying hamlet, where the road ends. Crossing over to the left bank of the Sabu river, it begins a long ascent that leads to the little settlement of Pulu Digar, where there is a camping ground. But you, could continue climbing for another two hours to reach the DigarLa Base; the campsite here is better located for next day’s ascent of the DigarLa Pass.

Jun 14th (Thu) – (Day 2 – of Trek) DigarLa Base – Chumik Yogma (7 to 8 hours). Following the Sabu stream, the trail ascends steeply as it heads towards the pass. It passes by a moraine near the source of the stream, then zigzags up a precipitous slope to the top of the pass (5400 meters/ 17,720 feet). The views of the Karakoram (Saser Muztagh) Range are splendid as too are those of the Stok Range to the South. The descend is steep at first, reaching a few abandoned stone huts at the source of a stream. Follow the stream down to a plateau, and then abandoned stone huts at the source of a stream. Follow the stream down to a plateau, and then past a moraine and a stony stretch until you reach the pastures of Chumik Yogmas where you can camp.

Jun 15th (Sat) – (Day 3 of Trek) Chumik Yogma – Digar (3 hours). This is a short stretch; the path is ill-defined but heads in a north-easterly direction. The village of Digar is reached in about three hours; it is an interesting isolated settlement with a gompa. The campsite is just above the village.

Jun 16th (Sun) – (Day 4 of Trek) Digar – Rong (7 to 8 hours). Very long walk through extremely barren country. The trail heads in a north-westerly direction; just beyond a mani wall (with excellent views of the Shyok Valley below), it begins a descent, dropping to a tableland that extends for about 3 km, then a short climb to a sand dune. It is a desert here with the path dropping the steeply down the sandy slope. You reach a flat strip of land beside a stream to a rocky spur which it rounds and climbs a bit, then heads west high over the Shyok river. The village of Rongdu can be seen on the opposite bank. You pass by a stream (where it is possible to camp), then traverse a sheer rock-face along a narrow track that barely clings to the cliff. Finally the trail begins descending to the valley floor and you reach the village of Rong with a nice campsite.

Jun 17th Mon  (Day 5 of trek) – Rong to Diskit. A Very steep zigzagging climb from Rong will bring you to the Leh-Nubra road, just 11km  away from Khalsar. You can climb flag down a bus heading into Nubra here; they usually pass by the place after 9 am. Alternetely, you can head back to Leh (85km) by boarding a bus or other vehicle heading the opposite way.
O/N Stay at Nubra Valley O/N Stay at Nubra Valley (Diskit or Sumar) - 
[At Nubra Valley Note if stay at a Good Self Contained Deluxe Lodge is Cheaper than staying in Deluxe Tents then give me that option..]

Jun 18th Tue - Diskit Monastery / Hundur /
O/N Stay at  Nubra Valley

Jun 19th Wed - Nubra Valley – Khardung La - Leh
O/N Stay at Leh

Jun 20st Thu Airport Drop

Camp Fee: 
Ask for it... as custom trip.


·         Accommodation on twin sharing basis 
·         Return airport and round trip transfers along with all sightseeing tours by Private Non AC Innova / Scorpio / Tavera/Xylo,
·         All monastery entry fees
·         Applicable all Govt taxes

Included While trekking
·         Sherpa Cook (01)
·         Assistants
·         English speaking guide throughout the trek
·         All camping, trekking and wildlife fees
·         All meals in Hotel and Trek
·         All camping equipment; such as tents, dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, mattresses, sleeping bags, etc.
·         All required kitchen equipment
·         Pony
·         Utility
·         Drop and; Pick-up from trek start & ending point

Cost does not includes

Airfares, items of any personal nature such as drinks, tips/ gratuities, etc
Extra hotel nights due to flight cancellations, sightseeing in Delhi, extra expenses incurred due to mishandled luggage

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