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Explore Yourself – Himachal – Ladakh – Kashmir (The Journey of Lifetime)

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Himachal      –          Manali and Jispa
Ladakh          –          Leh, Nubra Valley, Kargil and Pangong
Kashmir        –          Srinagar

Sightseeing Includes:

Manali: 02 Nights

Kullu Village.  Kullu Shwal Making Factories. Hadimba Devi Temple.  Club House. Van Vihar.  Vashisht Bath.  Mall Road.

Jispa: 01 Night

Atal Tunnel. Koksar

Leh: 02 Nights

Baralacha La, Nakee La Pass, Lachang La Pass, Pang. Skyangchu Thang, Tanglang La Pass, Indus Valley. Leh Palace. Shanti Stupa. Leh Market.

Nubra Valley: 02 Nights    

Khardung La. Turtuk Village. 16th Century Mosque. Fort of Dhards & Monastery. K2 Peak.  Hunder Village. Diskit Monastery

Pangong Lake: 01 Night

Agham Valley. Shyok Valley. Durbuk & Tangtse. Changthang. Changla Pass

Leh: 01 Night

Hemis Gompa / Hemis Monastery. Thiksey Monastry. Shey Palace. 3 Idiots Rancho School.Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill. Sangam Point – Confluence of the Indus and Zanskar River. Likir Monastery. Uletokpo or Tingmosgang . Ridzong Monastery. Lamayuru Monastery

Kargil: 01 Night

River Indus on Leh – Kargil Highway. Drass. Tiger Hill. Tololing Peak. Vijay Smarak

Srinagar: 01 Night

Mughal Gardens. Nishat Garden. Shalimar Garden. Chashmashah Shikara Ride on world famous Dal Lake.

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Day 1Delhi – Manali (Approx 570 Kms / 12 – 14 Hours)

Early morning departure from a common reporting point in Delhi and proceed with the journey to Manali – Besides natural charm and unparalleled beauty, Manali is known for its unlimited adventure opportunities, the famous Hadimba Temple, the scenic Rohtang Pass, the snow-laden Solang Valley and its delightful culinary scene

En-route visit Kullu Village and Shwal Making Factories.  Early evening on reaching Manali, complete the check in formalities at the hotel. Rest of the evening at leisure. Overnight stay in Manali.

Meals:  Lunch (En-route at a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 2Manali Local Sightseeing

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel. Later in the day visit Hadimba Devi Temple – A place of historical and archaeological importance, the Hadimba or Dhoongri Temple is dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, the wife of Bhima, a figure from the epic Mahabharata. It is among the most prominent temples in Manali that draws tourists both for spiritual reasons and its architectural appeal. Club House – Run and managed by HPTDC it is a perfect escape for kids and adults both with many indoor games like the billiards room, the skating rinks etc. The adventurists can indulge in river crossing and zip lining here. Van Vihar – It is a great place to spend some time amidst nature and enjoy the picturesque surroundings. There are several walking trails inside the park that visitors can explore. Van Vihar is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including several species of birds and animals. Vashisht Bath – famous for its sulphurous hot water springs and sanctified by three main temples dedicated to Lord Vashisht, Lord Shiva and Lord Rama built just next to the springs. Mall Road – embodies the charm of the hill town in all its glory. There are tonnes of boutiques and antique shops lined up in this well-known shopping street where you can find some excellent souvenirs. The place features a huge collection of unique items made by local artisans. Return to hotel after sightseeing. Overnight stay in Manali.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 3Manali- Jispa Via Atal Tunnel (Approx 93 Kms / 03 Hours)

Today we start our journey to Jispa – Famous for its camping grounds overlooking the Baga River and the Himalayas, under the starry-sky. Travelers from Manali to Ladakh and back, often halt in Jispa for overnight outdoor camping.

As soon as we will start our journey to Koksar – It is one of the coldest places in Lahaul and remains covered with snow during the winters. Koksar becomes gateway to Lahaul valley for tourists during summers. and then to our destination Jispa. Check in at the hotel on arrival. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay in Jispa.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 4Jispa – Leh (Approx 335 Kms / 08 Hours)

After an early breakfast, check out from the hotel and ride north on the Manali-Leh Highway. Where you get to see some of the most breath-taking landscapes that the Western Himalayas can offer.

The scenery gets starker and barren as we climb up to the 16,500-foot high Baralacha La the second mountain pass on our journey. From the pass beautiful views of meadows and snow-capped mountains can be seen. And we proceed further through Nakee La Pass is a mountain in the Zanskar Range. This pass connects the Himachal Pradesh districts of Lahaul and Spiti to the J&K Zanskar Range and Lachang La Pass a paved motorable mountain pass in Ladakh in India just north of border with Himachal Pradesh.

En- route stop for lunch at Pang – is barren landscape located between Manali and Leh on Manali-Leh Highway, Pang will be along the Moray plains watching the rugged brown peaks on either side.

After Lunch drive to Leh passing through Skyangchu Thang the biggest and highest plateau on earth on a stretch of 42kms leaves you breathless. Tanglang La Pass – elevation 5,328 meters, is a high-altitude mountain pass in the Indian union territory of Ladakh and Indus Valley known for its well-planned cities, elaborate drainage systems, water supply systems that was previously not seen in any type of civilization before.Upon arrival in Leh, check in to the pre-arranged hotel. Overnight stay in Leh.

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 5Leh Half Day City Tour

Post breakfast, day free to rest. Later in the evening visit – Leh Palace Also known as Lachen Palkar Palace is a former royal palace overlooking the city of Leh in Ladakh, India. It was constructed in 1600 by Singay Namgyal. The palace was abandoned when Dogra forces took control of Ladakh in the mid-19th century and forced the royal family to move to Stok Palace.

Shanti Stupa A Buddhist white-domed Stupa on a hilltop in Chanspa, Leh district, Ladakh, in north India. It was built in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist Bhikshu, Gyomyo Nakamura. The Shanti Stupa holds the relics of the Buddha at its base, enshrined by the 14th Dalai Lama.

Leh Market One of the top things that Leh Main Market is famous for is its woolen garments. Because of the cold climate, the people in Leh have a culture of creating handwoven woolen clothes, which have now become popular and demanded local products of Ladakh. Return to hotel after sightseeing.  Overnight stay in Leh.

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 6Leh – Nubra Valley (Approx. 160 Kms / 05 Hours)

Post breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley – Also called Dumra, is a historical region of Ladakh, India that is currently administered as a subdivision and a tehsil in the Leh district. Its inhabited areas form a tri-armed valley cut by the Nubra and Shyok rivers. Its Tibetan name Dumra means “valley of flowers”.

The road journey from Leh to Nubra Valley passes over Khardung La – The Second Highest Motorable Road in The World at 5,602 Mtrs / 18,390 Ft, around 39 km from Leh. From the pass, one can see all the way south over the Indus valley to seemingly endless peaks and ridges of the Zanskar range, and north to the giants of the Saser massif.  Upon arrival in Nubra we check in at our Camp / Hotel. In the evening you can walk around the tiny villages to see how the locals live in this part of the world. Overnight stay in Nubra Valley

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 7Nubra Valley

After an early breakfast, proceed to Turtuk A village that was won by India in the 1971 war with Pakistan and extremely close to the border. Places to visit here comprises of a 16th Century Mosque – comprising of a touch of Turkish & Iranian culture, ruined Fort of Dhards and a Monastery. You can also admire the magnificent view of the famous K2 peak (The second highest peak in the world after Mount Everest. Return to the hotel / cap after sightseeing. Overnight stay in Nubra valley

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 8Nubra Valley – Pangong (Approx 274 Kms / 08 Hours)

After an early breakfast, check out and drive towards Hunder – where you have the opportunity to ride on a Bactrian Camel (double humped) amidst the sand dunes of this high-altitude desert with snow-capped mountains on the horizon. Next stop will be at Diskit  Monastery –  which is the headquarter town of Nubra Valley. Belonging to the 14th century, this monastery is considered to be the largest and oldest monastery in Nubra Valley. Also known as Diskit Gompa, the monastery’s most prominent attraction is the huge Maitreya Buddha statue atop it, which was inaugurated by HH Dalai Lama.

Stroll around the bazaar observing the shops and local people going about their daily chores. Later we drive towards the majestic Pangong Tso via Agham & Shyok Valley – Pangong Tso or Pangong Lake is an endorheic lake spanning eastern Ladakh and West Tibet situated at an elevation of 4,225 m. It is 134 km long and divided into five sublakes, called Pangong Tso, Tso Nyak, Rum Tso and Nyak Tso.

Some of the road patches in areas are extremely tough (towards Nubra side) in terms of road conditions but no doubt the journey is very scenic!  Later after crossing this adventurous part, we drive further towards Durbuk & Tangtse, you will also pass through few small villages of Changthang and finally you have a sudden view of the majestic Pangong lake situated at 14,000 feet (4,267 m). Upon arrival we check in at our Camp/Hotel near Pangong lake.

Overnight stay in Pangong

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 9Pangong – Leh (Approx 224 Kms / 06 Hours)

Morning at leisure to explore the beauty of lake and later we drive back to Leh via Changla Pass – A high mountain pass in Ladakh at an elevation of  17,688.000 feet in the Ladakh Range between Leh and the Shyok River Valley. The Chang La, on Leh to Pangong Lake road, lies on the Leh-Karu-Sakti-Zingral-Chang La-Durbuk-Tangtse-Pangong Lake motorable road.

En-route visiting Hemis Gompa / Hemis Monastery is a Himalayan Buddhist monastery of the Drukpa Lineage, in Hemis 9n the bank of Indus River, Ladakh, India. Situated 45 km from Leh, it was re-established in 1672 by the Ladakhi king Sengge Namgyal. The annual Hemis festival honouring Padmasambhava is held there in early June. And further to Thiksey Monastry Apart from being the largest monastery of Central Ladakh, the monastery is also famous for its 49 ft tall statue of Maitreya Buddha in the lotus position, covering two floors of the monastery. The statue was built to commemorate the 14th Dalai Lama’s visit to Thiksey Monastery in the year 1970.

Shey Palace Shey Monastery and Palace is best known for the three-storey statue of Buddha Shakyamuni. Made of copper, the statue is said to be a one-of-a-kind structure in the region. The palace complex is sprinkled with many Buddhist chortens.

3 Idiots Rancho School – Featured in the Bollywood movie 3 Idiots, which the majority of people around have watched, Druk Padma Karpo School is an educational institution in Ladakh. Also called Rancho School after it got famous, this Buddhist cultural school has also won many awards for having a unique and creative study curriculum. Further driver and check in at the Leh Hotel. Overnight stay in Leh

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner.

Day 10Leh – Kargil (Approx 216 Kms / 05 Hours)

After breakfast check out and drive downstream along the River Indus on Leh – Kargil Highway visiting Gurudwara Pathar Sahib It is popularly believed that during 1515-18 when Guru Nanak was returning to Punjab via Srinagar, after travelling to Sikkim, Nepal and Tibet, he had rested at this place. When he reached Leh he sat here to meditate. While here, Guru Nanak vanquished a demon who was trying to crush him with a boulder. Magnetic Hill – Which defies the law of gravity, the layout of the area and surrounding slopes create the optical illusion of a hill. The hill road is actually a downhill road. Objects and cars on the hill road may appear to roll uphill in defiance of gravity when they are, in fact, rolling downhill. Sangam Point Which is the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar River. Just before Saspul a road to the right takes you for your visit to the Likir Monastery Likir is one of the most active monasteries in the region. As you drive up to the monastery a recently installed colossal gilded image of the Maitreya out in the open is one of the most impressive sights in Ladakh. After visiting the Monastery, continue the drive along the River Indus to Uletokpo or Tingmosgang en- route visiting Ridzong Monastery Gelugpa or Yellow Hat Buddhist monastery is also called the Yuma Changchubling . It is situated at the top of a rocky side valley on the north side of the Indus, to the west of Alchi on the way to Lamayuru. There is the option to walk up to the Monastery for those that wish to do so. Hidden at the end of a steep valley, the first view of the Monastery is dramatic.

Further drive to Kargil enroute visiting the 11th century Lamayuru Monastery is known for its monastery, and for its “lunar” landscape – quaintly promoted as a “Moonscape” for tourists. The landscape is certainly incredible with its spectacularly odd geological formations, though this is not unique to Lamayuru. Lamayuru monastery is ancient, built into the ‘moonscape’.  

Further drive to Kargil over Fatu-la (13,489 ft) which is the highest pass on Srinagar – Leh road. On reaching, check in at the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay in Kargil

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner. 

Day 11Kargil – Srinagar (Approx 200 Kms / 05 Hours)

After early breakfast drive to Srinagar passing through Drass – known locally in Shina as Himababs, Hembabs, or Humas, is a town and hill station, near Kargil in the Kargil district of the union territory of Ladakh in India. It is on the NH 1 between Zoji La pass and Kargil. the second coldest inhabited place on earth and enjoy spectacular view of famous Kargil War Peaks. Tiger Hill – It is one of the highest peaks in the area and was the subject of a battle during the 1999 Kargil War. Tololing Peak was a pivotal battle in the Kargil War. Pay a tribute to Vijay Smarak dedicated to Indian Soldiers who laid their lives for us during Kargil War in 1999. Upon arrival in Srinagar, check in at the hotel.  Later in the day visit –

Mughal GardensNishat Garden known as ‘Garden of pleasure’ built in 16th century (1633) by Mughal King Asif Khan. Then visit to Shalimar Garden known as ‘Garden of love’ built in 16th century (1619) by Mughal King Jahangir for his beloved wife Noor Jahan or (Mehr-un-Nissa & Chashmashahi (The Royal Spring). The Chashmashahi Mughal Garden in Srinagar had been loved by emperors and picnickers alike. Evening you take a Shikara Ride on world famous Dal Lake, where you visit the floating vegetable gardens & Open Dal Lake. While riding the Shikara’s there are plenty of opportunities for bird watching with plentiful species including Kingfisher, Little Bittern, Common Pariah Kites, Grebe etc. Return to hotel after sightseeing. Overnight stay in Srinagar.

Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch (At a local restaurant) and Dinner. 

Day 12Srinagar – Delhi Departure by Air

Check out from hotel after breakfast and transfer to the airport to board the flight for onward journey.

Meals: Breakfast.

Package Cost Per Person on Twin sharing with 4-star hotels

Vehicle Proposed

Minimum 2 guests

traveling together

Minimum 4 guests

 traveling together

AC Toyota Crysta

INR 140,990

INR 112,990

AC Toyota Fortuner

INR 167,990

INR 125,990

4 Star Hotels or Similar

  • Manali (02N) - Orchard Green Resprt & Spa
  • Jispa (01N) - Hotel Ibex
  • Leh (02N) - Ladakh Residency
  • Nubra Valley (02N) - La Shyok Resort,
  • Pangong Lake (01N) - Lemon Green
  • Leh (01N) - Ladakh Residency
  • Kargil (01N) - The Kargil
  • Srinagar (01N) - The Dewan Royal by Naqash

Package Cost Per Person on Twin sharing with 5-star hotels

Vehicle Proposed

Minimum 2 guests

traveling together

Minimum 4 guests

 traveling together

AC Toyota Crysta

INR 204,990

INR 175,990

AC Toyota Fortuner

INR 231,900

INR 189,990

5 Star Hotels or Similar

  • Manali (02N) - Larisa Resorts
  • Jispa (01N) - Hotel Ibex
  • Leh (02N) - The Grand Dragon
  • Nubra Valley (02N) - Stone Hedge
  • Pangong Lake (01N) - Pangong Sarai
  • Leh (01N) - The Grand Dragon
  • Kargil (01N) - The Kargil
  • Srinagar (01N) - The Kabo

Price Includes

  • Surface transfers from Delhi – Manali – Leh – Kashmir as per the itinerary
  • Accommodation at the hotels mentioned or similar on twin sharing basis.
  • Meals as per itinerary.
  • Shikara Ride at Dal Lake for 01 hour.
  • All transfers and sightseeing as per itinerary / package opted for by either Toyota Crysta or Toyota Fortuner
  • All applicable taxes as on date including Toll Taxes, State Permits, Inner Line Permits, Wild Life fees, Red Cross Fee, Environmental Fee , Ladakh Entry Fee and Ecological Development Fee.

Price Excludes

  • Return air ticket for Srinagar – Delhi.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, tips, porter-age etc.
  • Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Paragliding, ATV Rides, Camel Ride, Pony Rides, Elephant Ride, Rafting, Water Activities, video camera permits during sightseeing.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client directly).
  • Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & Land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Medical & Travel insurance
  • GST Extra on total billing @5%
  • Any other feature which is not mentioned in the "Cost includes" column.

Cost components that affect the tour cost:

  • Any increase in tax, fuel surcharge or natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances.
  • Increase in Airfare.
  • Any change in GST.


  • No refund for unutilized service
  • Airport transfers will be provided only if passenger travel with the group. All other passenger arriving /departing separately will have to arrange their own airport transfers or can be arranged at an additional cost.
  • Company reserves the right to cancel the group 30 days before departure if the minimum 20 passengers not booked. Under this situation company liability will be limited to refund the amount received from the clients after deducting processing fee, hotel cancellation and flight cancellation charges.
  • All Hotels, Restaurants, Flight, Itinerary subject to change without notice
  • All Tours subject to Dewan Travels Pvt. Ltd. Tour conditions as per www.dewanholidays.com
  • Any passenger Booking the tour package means he/she has read the terms and conditions on the website and agreed to the terms and conditions.

Payment terms –

  • Booking deposit INR 50,000
  • 30 Days before departure Balance payment

If the payment not made in time, the tour can be cancelled or the cost of the tour may be revised.

Cancellation Charges:

The following will be the cancellation charges if any passenger cancels the tour because of any reason over and above the hotels and tickets cancellation charges

30 days before departure – Booking Deposit

29 days to 01 day before departure – 100% of the tour cost

No show – 100% of the tour cost

The above cancellation charges will be charged even if the tour is cancelled because of any reason and/or any medical reason also.

Since non-refundable cost of package tour is paid in advance to reserve the services for the group, clients are requested to read the above before confirming the tour. Passengers joining the tour means they have read the cancellation policy and have accepted the same.

 Departure Months: 2024- Ex Delhi