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Delhi via Manali, then to Leh Ladakh, and last to Srinagar by Jeep (Road Trip)

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11 days 10 nights

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All adventurers, rallyists, motorsports fans, photographers, and leisure travellers have a dream: to drive across the world’s most treacherous and highest motorable passes, either as the driver or as a passenger, and have the time of their lives. Even though it’s only a fantasy world, you’ll experience the effects of gravity, low air pressure, and cold temperatures. Our support crew ensures that this tough trip is both safe and enjoyable, without sacrificing any of the pleasure and adventure that is inherent in the experience itself.

You’ll visit all the key Ladakh destinations along the Manali-Leh-Srinagar route during your car journey from Manali to Srinagar. After a one-night acclimatisation period in Delhi, the journey begins in Manali.

All the important monasteries are included in the package, including Thiksey, Shey, Lamayuru, and Diskit.

Pangong Lake, a well-known tourist destination, is also included in the package. Passes to cross include Khardungla Pass, Changla Pass, Baralacha Pass, Lachulung Lapass (Talangla), Rohtang Pass, and Zojila Pass in the Karakoram Ranges.

If you are healthy and don’t have respiratory or heart-related issues, this bundle is for you.

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  • Delhi
  • Manali
  • Rohtang
  • Keylong
  • Jispa
  • Baralacha
  • Sarchu
  • Pang
  • Leh
  • Hall of Fame
  • Sangam
  • Khardungla Pass
  • Nubra
  • Pangong Lake
  • Leh
  • Lamayuru
  • Kargil
  • Drass
  • Sonamarg
  • Srinagar


Delhi to Manali via Volvo

You'll be picked up from Delhi in the evening and arrive in Manali the following morning in a luxury Volvo.

Manali local sightseeing

You'll be picked up at the bus stop on this day. Check in to the hotel. " Visit the Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Hot Springs, Tibetan Monastery and Mall Road to acclimate your body to the high altitude environment before continuing on your trip. Overnight at the hotel in Manali.

Manali to Keylong or Sarchu via Atal Tunnel

After breakfast this morning, you'll be taken to Keylong, Jispa, or Sarchu, where you'll spend the night. Rohtang Pass (13,050 ft) would be crossed, as well as Kelong, Jispa, Darcha, and the Baralacha Pass (16,050 ft).

Sarchu to Leh

Check out of the hotel and drive to Leh after breakfast. Take the Nakeela and Lachalung Passes as your route (16,617 ft). Afterwards, continue on to Leh through Skyangchu Thang and Tanglang-La (17,585 ft). Arrive to the hotel and check in. A night in a Leh hotel is included.

Day excursion for Khardungla and Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley would be your destination today after a hearty breakfast. Visit Khardung-la-pass, the world's highest motorable road at 18,380 feet, on the way. Known as Ldorma, or the Valley of Flowers, the Nubra Valley is a renowned tourist destination. There, between the Karakoram and Ladakh Himalayan ranges, it is located. Check into your hotel or camp upon arrival in Hunder. Later, visit Diskit Village and have a camel ride across the sand dunes of the village. Staying in a hotel or camp for dinner and overnight.

Nubra Valley to Leh

Leh will be our last destination today, so after breakfast, we'll travel there through Khardung La. Arrive at the hotel and go to check in. Explore the Leh market in the evening for shopping. A night's stay at a hotel

Leh to Pangong Lake

After breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to Pangong Lake, east of Leh, after crossing Changla Pass (17500 ft) and driving through Durbuk and Tangtse villages in the Changthang region of Ladakh and perhaps one of the most amazing lakes in Asia, which changes its colour four to five times a day, depending on the weather. Pangong Lake is a sight to see. Camps in Pangong provide meals and overnight accommodations.

Pangong to Leh

Visit Hemis, Thiksey, and Shey monasteries, as well as the Stok Palace, on the way back to Leh after your morning meal. Leh motel dinner and sleep the night.

Leh to Kargil

In the morning, after breakfast, you'll be driven to Kargil, where you'll spend the night, and you'll have the opportunity to see Alchi, the oldest monastery in Ladakh, and Lamayuru. At the Sangam View, the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers may be seen.

Kargil – Drass – Sonamarg – Srinagar

Drive to Srinagar after breakfast, stopping in Drass Valley and Sonamarg on the way. Arrive to the hotel and check in. Dinner and overnight stay in Srinagar at a hotel or houseboat.

Srinagar airport drop

Your next flight will take off from the airport after breakfast this morning. Manali-Ladakh-Srinagar is the end of your fantastic trip to the Himalayas.

You are free to make any modifications to the aforementioned itinerary. You may do the same trip in the other way, too, from Delhi back to Srinagar, Ladakh, and Manali.


  • Accommodations may be found in both hotels and camps.
  • Delhi-Manali AC Volvo tickets
  • On arrival, you'll be given a complimentary beverage.
  • Breakfast and Dinner (MAP meal plan)
  • Morning tea
  • Private taxi (Xylo/Innova for upto 6pax and Tempo Traveller for more than 7 pax) for all sightseeing as per itinerary starting from Manali. You can upgrade to other vehicle. Please note that AC is switched off on the hills.
  • Inner Line Permit/ Protected Area Permit
  • 24 hours guidance
  • Parking, toll, fuel, driver allowances
  • An experienced driver would work as a guide (You can hire a dedicated guide as well)
  • No hidden charges
  • GST
  • Lunch, beverages and meal other than the meal plan
  • Flight/rail tickets
  • Laundry, tip, shopping expenses
  • Private guide
  • All that is not included in the “Included in package” column

Tour's Location

Created with Sketch. Leh Ladakh


Even though Ladakh is a safe and welcoming tourist destination, you still need to make certain preparations that will make your trip even more enjoyable and memorable:

In Leh-Ladakh, only post-paid mobile phones, ideally BSNL, Airtel, and Jio, are supported. It's best to let your loved ones know ahead of time that they shouldn't be concerned if they can't reach you since phones may not operate in many locations.

The majority of Leh does not have a mobile phone service. BSNL is more reliable in this area, however you may also discover signals from Airtel and Jio (Leh, Hunder and Diskit).

Internet speeds in Ladakh aren't what they used to be.

As temperatures may fall as low as 5 degrees even in the summer, it's a good idea to have a light pair of woollen pants with you at all times.

Carry sunscreen, sunglasses (goggles), and a hat to protect your skin from the sun's direct rays, which may cause sunburn.

Do not forget to bring your identification card. Passports, visas, voter registration cards, and Aadhaar are all acceptable forms of picture ID.

While travelling in the mountains, be hydrated and consume nutritious food and fruits to prevent dizziness and high altitude sickness due to curved roads, low air pressure, and dry air.

Make sure you have painkillers for headaches, stomachaches, and vomiting on hand.

At least 7-8 hours before arriving in Leh, you may take diamox (ideally before going to sleep). You may even take it before boarding the aircraft to Leh. The medication may be taken or not. Recuperating for a few hours and drinking enough of water is recommended after arriving in Leh.

There are ATMs in Leh that let you to withdraw money. During busy periods, these machines see large lines of patrons and often run out of money. Another problem is the lack of connection. You should always have enough cash on you.

The Buddhist and Muslim traditions of Ladakh should be respected. Brotherhood and peace are values held by all residents in this community. The same is expected of visitors by the locals.


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