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Ladakh North India Tour Package

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711
15 Days 14 Nights
Availability : Dec' - Jan'
Paris
Delhi
Min Age : 0+
Tour Details

Delhi – Amritsar – Dharamsala – Manali – Keylong – Sarchu – Leh – Matho – Leh – Hemis – Leh – Alchi – Ule – Lamayuru – Leh – Phyang – Shanti Stupa – Leh – Delhi – Agra – Delhi

Ladakh is a region of India located in its eastern part. It is characterized by the fact that it is the least populated. It is nonetheless a place where you can make many discoveries.

Departure & Return Location

Delhi (Google Map)

What to Expect

Beautiful Ladakh Tour

  • Jallianwala Bagh Amritsar
  • AMRITSAR - DHARAMSALA
  • DHARAMSALA – BAIJNATH – MANALI
  • MANALI - ROHTANG PASS - KEYLONG - SARCHU
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival and visit of Delhi

The first day coincides with your arrival in Delhi, the capital of India. After your welcome, you will discover the Red Fort, Chatta Chowk Bazaar and take a walk in the streets of Chandi Chowk. After your lunch, you will discover the Qutb Minar Museum.

Day 2DELHI – AMRITSAR / train – 07h20-13h25

In the morning, transfer to the train station and train ride to Amritsar. Lunch on the train or in a restaurant on arrival. visit Jallianwala Bagh, Return to the hotel. Dinner then, discovery of the Golden Temple and its nocturnal ceremonies.

Day 3AMRITSAR

rediscover the Golden Temple early in the morning. It is interesting to see also the kitchens of the temple. Thousands of free meals are served daily to pilgrims. After the visit, visit the Amritsar market.

Breakfast in a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, excursion to the Wagah border. Located 28 km from Amritsar, it is the only open border between India and Pakistan. It is an interesting experience especially at the time of sunset, when instead of the ceremony of the “Relève”. Soldiers from both countries walk in perfect harmony to lower their respective flags. The more the sun sets, the more the national fervor rises to finish with applause in the spotlight.

Day 4 AMRITSAR - DHARAMSALA / 200 kms - 05h drive

This day is intended for the visit of two particular cities. These are Dharamsala and Mcleodganj. There are many Buddhist craftsmen, temples and the omnipresence of Tibetan architecture.

Day 5Departure from Dhramsala to Manali

Manali is best known for its Hadimba temple which you will visit then you will walk through the streets of this city barefoot to discover its most beautiful aspects.

Day 6Flying to Sarchu

After a nice day in Manali, you will go to the city of Sarchu

Day 7 - 8 - 9From Sarchu to Leh, a long road

After you have rested in Sarchu, you will take the road back to Leh. It is a city located in altitude. As a result, oxygen is rare. You will need to get used to it.
Thus, you can visit this city with its Tibetan refugee camps, the village SOS child and finally its many monasteries.

Day 10De Leh to Ule via Likir and Alchi

Between the cities of Leh and Ule, you will have the chance to discover the monasteries of Likir and Alchi. These are very impressive because of their incredible architecture.

Day 11back to Leh

Morning visit to the Tibetan Refugee Camp in Akling village. Walk along the Indus to the next Tibetan Refugee Camp in Choglamsar. Upon arrival, visit the Tibetan Children’s Village (TCV). In the 1970s, he was the oldest and most developed of all Tibetan communities in exile. Today, the village TCV is a village SOS Children in continuous development. Continue for the second part of the walk to the village of Saboo – 3 kms. In Saboo we can meet a shaman very famous among Ladakhies, it is possible to request an audience.

Then, drive to the Buddhist Monastery of Matho, Return to Leh.

Day 12 - 13A trip from Leh to Delhi

After returning to Leh, you will visit many places such as Shankar, Phyang and Shanti Stupa. After that, you will take the next day a flight back to Delhi.

Day 14Taking Agra

You can not visit India without going through Agra. Indeed, it houses Fort D’Agra and the famous Taj Mahal, one of the most beautiful monuments in the world.

Day 15The return to Delhi

After a stroll through the city, you will be treated to a farewell dinner. After that, you will take the road to the airport for a return to France.

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