ladakh-IMG_1589Ladakh is popularly known as “The land of Numerous Passes”, “The Land of Mystic Lamas”, “The Broken Moon” and “The Last Shangri-La”. It is a land like no other, situated in Indian Himalaya in Jammu and Kashmir State.

Bounded by two of the world’s mightiest mountain ranges, the Greater Himalaya and the Karakoram, and it lies transversely two others, the Ladakh range and the Zanskar range.

Leh is one of the favorite tourist destinations located in the northernmost part of India. Lapped in the snow-covered fringes of the Himalayas, Leh has been the center of Tibetan-Buddhist Culture since ages. Its colorful Gompa have attracted the devout Buddhists from all over the globe. Besides, it is also a favorite hiking locale and is known for some of the best hikes in the country.

Ladakh is a high altitude desert plateau, once covered by an extensive lake system, the vestiges of which still exists on its South-East plateau of Rupshu and Chushul – in drainage basins with evocative names like Tso-Moriri, Tsokar and Pangong Lake. With Dras, Zanskar and the Suru Valley on the Himalayan’s Northern flank.

Jeep Safari - Chandigarh - Manali - Leh

Overland Journey to Ladakh


Overwhelm yourself with the virgin beauty of shimmering lakes, gurgling rivers, proud mountains, mystic lamas and loving people. Ladakh is a retreat for the urban dweller from the daily humdrum of cosmopolitan life into the caressing lap of nature. Safaris are the best way to explore a region, its culture, tradition, to experience its geographical and topographical features and almost everything that a place can offer to us. The insight you gain through the safaris can be at best explained as a treasure that will be with you throughout your life and after.

Trip Highlights

  • Drive on the beautiful Himalayan highway into remote valleys, see massive hanging glaciers, and get a view of high Himalayan peaks.
  • Visit Buddhist ancient monasteries
  • Walk to a remote village to interact & get an insight of their lifestyle
  • Captivating beauty of Pangong Lake and visiting nomads
  • Drive on some of the World’s highest motorable  roads

Trip Duration: 15 Days

Trip Dates: August 14–August 23

Season: July/Aug

Minimum: 05 Participants

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The Zanskar Rafting Expedition

The Zanskar Rafting Expeditions

zanskar-rafting-dsc_0522This is a river adventure like none other. A two week expedition would give you an opportunity to discover little seen parts of western Ladakh. Get ready for sights and sounds of monasteries, drums, fluttering prayer flags, canyons and some of the best white water, that are far beyond your dreams and expectations.

You would begin your journey by acclimatizing for a few days at Leh town, where you can also visit ancient palaces and monasteries. Drive past 7000 meter high mountains, awesome glaciers, to begin the river run in the Zanskar valley at 12,000 feet. Spend the first two days enjoying the moderate white water where you get an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and natural surroundings. Zanskar offers spectacular physical features, unlike anything you have seen in all of India or the world. At the end of the Zanskar valley, get ready for the spectacular Zanskar Canyon, also referred to as the Grand Canyon of Asia. The walls of the Canyon go up thousands of feet off the river bed. You have a feeling of being at one with nature and may feel like the only person in this desolate part of the world. The Zanskar canyon is a grade 4 section and offers amazing whitewater for rafting and kayaking.

Spend most of the day on the river Zanskar and pitch up camp late in the afternoon. Enjoy simple meals by the river side and laze in the afternoon or stroll & explore the area. Enjoy a spectacular night sky filled with twinkling stars, while you sit around a camp fire and listen to stories of the many runs our guides have done on their favorite river. You will also discover the rich culture and history of the natives as we make our way down the Zanskar, and take back memories that will keep you thrilled for a long time to come.

Trip Highlights

  • Visit really ancient monasteries and palaces
  • Drive on the beautiful Himalayan highway into remote valleys, see massive hanging glaciers, and get a view of high Himalayan peaks.
  • Camp on high altitude Himalayan meadows
  • Raft on the Rooftop of the World through the Grand Canyon of Asia.
  • Walk to a remote village to interact & get an insight of their lifestyle

Trip Activities

  • Ancient monasteries and palace visits
  • Drive on some of the World’s highest roads
  • White water rafting through the grand canyon of Asia
  • Scenic camping on meadows and in the heart of the Canyon

Annual Fixed Departure:
1 – 10 August

Trip Duration: 10 Days

Season: Aug/Sep

Minimum: 05 Participants

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Markha Valley Trek - Set foot in Ladakh's hidden Himalayan valleys

Markha Valley Trek – Set foot in Ladakh’s hidden Himalayan valleys

ladakh-Markha_Valley_TrekDiscover Tibetan culture in the remote reaches of India`s Himalayas. Wander around Ladakh`s markets and the impressive Buddhist monasteries. After acclimatizing, set forth on your 9-day trek through Markha Valley, climbing to over 5000m, taking in
dramatic mountain scenery.

Trip Highlights

  • Tibetan markets & colorful Buddhist monasteries
  • Trek through sublime Himalayan scenery
  • Stay in remote mountain villages
  • Mountain horses carry your luggage
  • Camp in spectacular locations

Trip Duration: 10 Days

Season: Aug/Sep

Minimum: 05 Participants
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The Chaddar Trek

The Chaddar Trek – Ladakh


The word Chadar means blanket and is used to refer to the trek along the frozen Zanskar River. The most amazing thing about the frozen river is how unfrozen it is! Spring water prevents the blanket from completely smothering the river which in places retains it rapids; all the more fear some in temperature of -30ºC the trek goes by shuffling along the icy path! A spectacular and at times challenging trek across the Zanskar with opportunities to savour ancient Buddhist monasteries and remotes villages nestled in the depths of deep gorges valley of Trans Zanskar ranges.

Trip Duration: 20 Days

Season: Dec/Jan

Trip Grade – Demanding/Challenging

Minimum – 05 Participants

Ladakh Odyssey

Ladakh Odyssey

Beginning our tour in Leh, we visit see some monasteries, undertake day hikes and jeep safaris absorbing the stunning landscape. Visit villages and meet people in their homes to get to see the life style of the locals. We will travel to the Nubra valley along the famous silk route crossing Khardungla, the highest motor able pass in the world.

Trip Highlights

  • Monasteries and palace visit
  • Cultural Interaction
  • Pangong Lake
  • Nubra Valley
  • Khardungla – Highest motor able pass
  • Village home stay

Stok Kangri Trek

Stok Kangri Trek

A 6137 metre summit is an excellent introduction to mountaineering in the Himalaya. At 6,121m Stok Kangri is clearly visible from Leh, the ancient capital of Ladakh in Northern India.

You fly from Delhi to Leh and spend two days acclimatizing and visiting hill top monasteries. The climb is technically not difficult, and requires no special mountaineering skills. It gives you a real opportunity to climb a 6137 m mountain in less than a week, which is not possible in any other part of the world. The summit presents one of the most spectacular views of the Saser peak in the Karakoram Range, where the K2 lies. On a clear day you can see as far as the mighty Karakoram and K2, 220Km to the North West.


  • Visit to Monastery
  • Stunning Landscape
  • Village interaction
  • Panoramic views from high passes
  • Visit to Pangong Lake or highest motorable pass

Season:  June end to August end
Duration: 07 Days
Grade: Easy/Moderate
Max Altitude: 20,080 Ft.
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