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Ladakh Treks

09 Nights / 10 Days

Plan of Travel : Delhi - Leh

Endurance : Easy to Moderate


Ladakh Trek

Ladakh Treks Tour Package Overview

Drive to Hemis visiting enroute Shey Palace, Thiksey monastery. Shey palace was built in 1645 by Deldan Namgyal as a summer residence for the kings of Ladakh. It is the oldest palace in Ladakh. Thikse Gompa is the most picturesquely situated in Ladakh. Its buildings are arranged at various levels, leading up to the private apartments of the incarnate lamas. From here one has a magnificent view of the valley. Hemis Gompa is one of the most important in Ladakh, the largest and also the wealthiest. It was built in 1620 by the king-architect Singe Namgyal, a great patron of Buddhism. Hemis is the location for numerous religious festivals throughout the year.

Ladakh is also known as Land of High Passes, the Land of Gompa, the Land of Nomad, one of the most sought after destination, when it comes to reaping pleasure out of adventure activities and sports. Sited in the northernmost part of India, Ladakh is at a distance of some seven kilometers from the Indus River and its extensive valley. India is rich with places in the north that are copious with scenic beauty and ample scope for adventure and fun.

Proudly possessing high mountainous terrains that have altitudes ranging from 9,000 feet (2,750 m) at Kargil to 25,170 feet (7,672 m) at Saser Kangri in the Karakoram, Ladakh has India’s most fun-filled trekking routes. Additionally, the temperature in summers seldom exceed about 27°C in the shade, while in winter they may plunge to minus 20°C in Leh.

Apart from bone chilling temperatures and high mountainous terrains, Ladakh is also reckoned as a major Buddhist center since 3rd century AD. The eastern region of Ladakh has been under major influence of Buddhism while Islam has slowly developed in Ladakh's western regions owing to the infamous invasion of Ladakh by Tibet in the 8th century. In addition to this historical actuality, the troupes of gompas inhabiting here such as Shey, Alchi, Hemis and Lamayuru, have fascinated holy Buddhists and interested voyagers from all over the globe.