the himalayan



tour : NEW DELHI- leh

Duration : 5-7 days

This tour offers a journey into the heart of the Himalayas, showcasing the enchanting and rugged beauty of Leh Ladakh. This region in the Indian Himalayas is known for its stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage. From high-altitude national parks to serene monasteries, this journey is a blend of adventure, nature, and cultural

Highlights of the Tour

– Venture into Hemis National Park for a chance to spot snow leopards, Himalayan marmots, and blue sheep. Stay in a nearby village for an authentic Himalayan experience.

– Explore the architectural beauty of Leh Palace and enjoy panoramic views of the city from Shanti Stupa. This white-domed stupa on a hilltop in Leh was built by Japanese monks to promote world peace.

– The clear, high-altitude skies of Leh make it an excellent spot for stargazing and astrophotography.

– Visit Thiksey Monastery, known for its striking resemblance to the Potala Palace in Lhasa, and the Hemis Monastery, the largest in Ladakh.

– A unique optical illusion can be experienced at Magnetic Hill, where the layout of the area creates the illusion of cars defying gravity and moving uphill on their own.

– Explore the Alchi Monastery, renowned for its ancient murals and unique architecture.

– Savor the unique flavors of Ladakhi cuisine– a mix of Tibetan, North Indian, and Ladakhi foods, with specialties like Thukpa, Momos, and Tsampa.

– Spend your final days in Leh exploring the local markets for local handicrafts, Pashmina shawls, and Buddhist relics.


The vibrant heart of India, where contemporary dynamism harmoniously dances with ancient traditions. Amidst the bustling streets, discover historic treasures like the regal Red Fort and the soaring Qutub Minar. Wander through the labyrinthine alleys of Old Delhi, savoring the tantalizing symphony of its street cuisine.

Leh, the capital of Ladakh, is one of the highest cities in the world, located at an altitude of about 3,500 meters (11,500 feet) above sea level. Historically, Leh was an important stop on the Silk Route and was a bustling trading center for centuries. Leh hosts vibrant monastic festivals, with the most famous being the Hemis Festival

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