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Day 1:Morning arrive Delhi - IGI airport  and transfer to hotel. 

Day 2:Delhi
visit Jama Masjid, Gandhi Samadhi, Humayun Tomb, Qutub Minar, India Gate and Parliament Street. O/n hotel.

Day 3:Delhi - Manali drive
Morning after breakfast,  drive straight to Manali takes about 10 hrs.. Reach Manali by late evening. O/n Manali.

Day 4:Manali
visit Hadimba Devi temple, Vashisth hot sulphur springs and stroll in the Mall. O/n hotel.

Day 5:Manali - Keylong drive
After breakfast we leave the charming hill station and drive to Keylong (115 kms./ 6-7hrs.) via picturesque Rohtang Pass (3980 mts.), is the entry point to Lahaul and Spiti valley. One can view the Pir Panjal range on the clear days. After the green part of Kullu valley we enter in the Keylong valley which is less greener. En route stop for a tea break and refreshment at Koksar. Arrive Keylong (3500 mts.) in the late afternoon and stay overnight in the hotel if time permits visit the sleepy bazaar of Keylong.

Day 6:Keylong - Sarchu drive
Morning further we drive to Sarchu (107kms./ 7hrs.) to via Baralacha pass (4830mts.). We enter into more of a barren landscape. Baralacha Pass is the caravan junction of Spiti, Lahaul and Zanskar region. En route we pass Jispa and Darcha villages of Lahaul valley. Arrive Sarchu (4253mts.) in the afternoon and transfer to hotel, which is the state territory of Himachal and Ladakh (J&K). Overnight in Tented camp

Day 7:Sarchu - Leh drive
After breakfast continuing our overland safari today we head towards Leh (253kms./ 9hrs.), via Naki la (4740mts.), Lachulung la (5010mts.) and Tanglang la (5360mts.). Tanglang la is the second highest motorable pass in the world with a breath taking view of the Zanskar range. We also pass the long Moore plains after the lunch at Pang and before Tanglang la possibly we may see the changpa nomads with their livestock's. 
Arrive Leh (3,500m/ 11,500ft.) and check-in to hotel. Overnight in Hotel.
Leh, the capital of the ancient Buddhist Kingdom of Ladakh. Transfer to Ladakhi style hotel. A day of complete rest to acclimatize to the arid high altitude of Leh (3050 m). overnight in the hotel.

Day 8:Leh
After breakfast, set off for a half day sightseeing of  Shankar Gompa: Located on a valley floor and is the home to lamas who belong to yellow sect and worship his holiness – The  Dalai Lama. Visit  Shanti Stupa: A Buddhist religious monument build by Indian based Japanese Monk whose intention was to spread Buddhism by building such stupas throught the world & Leh Palace: the 17th  Century looking for all the world like a miniature version of the Palata in Lhasa. Visit the hall of fame (War Memorial).
overnight at hotel.

Day 9:Explore Indus Valley
After early breakfast full day sightseeing of Shey, Thicksey & Hemis. Shey was the summer Palace of ladakhi kings and is where you can see the 36ft. high statue of Buddha made of copper and covered with gold. Thiksey : The twelve storeyd  monastery of Thiksey is situated  in most prominent positions, lies on an island Mountain. Finally visit, Hemis: Farthest away from Leh, this is the wealthiest monastery in Ladakh belonging to the red sect – it is here each summer that plays are held and Ladakh from all part  of the country will visit Hemis.
Evening return to Leh. overnight at hotel.

Day 10:Explore Sham Valley
After breakfast we set off for full day excursion of Sham Valley,  visiting  Alchi and Spituk  monasteries. The road goes via Nimmu, the meeting point of the Indus and Zanskar rivers. The confluence of these two rivers has created a beautiful scenic spot. The Gompa at Alchi is renowned for its massive Buddha statues, lavish wood-carvings and houses the only example of Kashmiri-style wall paintings in the area. There are also many chortens around the village. On the way back to Leh we visit Spitok Gompa, situated on a hilltop above the River Indus. The main prayer hall (Gokhang) is about 1000 years old and offers spectacular views from the rooftop.  overnight in hotel.

Day 11:Leh – Lamayuru - Alchi
After breakfast we drive to Lamayuru in Sham valley (120kms./ about 5hrs.). Arrive and visit Yangdruing gompa – the oldest monastic establishment in Ladakh. Later revert (56kms./ 2hrs.) to Alchi for overnight stay in Guest house.

Day 12:Alchi – Likir - Leh
Morning after a leisure breakfast visit the 1000 year old Alchi Choskor (Religious Enclave) – renown for the frescoes, woodcarvings and stucco art. Later time to stroll around the pretty village. After lunch drive back to Leh, en route visit the giant open Buddha Statue at Likir gompa. Overnight in hotel.

Day 13:Leh  -  Nubra (6 hrs. drive)
After  breakfast,  drive  to  the mystical Nubra Valley  over  the  exhilarating Khardungla Pass (5600m / 18,380 feets.), the highest  motorable road in the world.  The views from the top  are spectacular; extending, to the south, across the  Indus  Valley  to  the  seemingly  endless  peaks  and  ridges  of  the  Zanskar range. To the north, the views of the mighty peaks of the Saser  Massif are amazing.  Overnight in Camp.

Day 14:Nubra – Leh
Morning after breakfast visit  Tirith and Diskit.  Return back to Leh. Overnight in hotel.

Day 15:Leh
Morning  after breakfast visit  Tibetian Refugee camp  and Stok  Palace.

Day 16:Leh
Delhi fly  Early morning transfer to airport  for flight back to Delhi. Arrive Delhi and board your connecting flight back to home country. End of the services.

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