Tour at a glance:
Duration: 8 nights 9 days
Travel days:  7
Roads: Tarmac, broken roads, little off roads
Accommodation: Hotels/ Home stay/guest house/ Camps
Max Altitude: 18380 feet
Daily Avg distance: 160 km
Daily Avg travel time: 6 Hrs

Jun 1-8, 2024
Jun 22- 29, 2024
July 13- 20, 2024
Aug 1- 8, 2024

Tour Highlights:

  • Sham Valley: Just around Leh is this beautiful valley. We will spending good amount of time exploring this on day 2. We will get introduced to Himalayas and be in the presence of the mountains and the rivers.
  • Kargil, Drass war memorial, Lamayuru
  • High Altitude passes Khardung La and Chang La
  • Nubra Valley: A high altitude coldest desert famous for its white sand dunes, double humped camels and much more
  • The last village on Indo Pak order. This village has just opened for tourists and this is undoubtedly the last village on the border.
  • Pangong Tso: There is no need for introduction when it comes to the beauty of Pangong. We all have heard and seen pictures of it. Spend a calm, peaceful evening at this serene lake witnessing the ever-changing sky colours and mountains that make you think.


Ladakh car tour with Tourbugs!

Ladakh is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayan Mountains in the northern part of India. Earlier a part of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh has been a Union Territory since Aug 2019.  “Ladakh” literally means “The place of Passes”.These passes are the tallest passes worldwide.  The valley is one of  the least populated regions in India and the gateway to the northernmost reaches of the nation.

Ladakh car tours are loved by so many tourists across the globe. It is a perfect place to find peace in the Monasteries as well as a perfect destination for a little adventure in life.  A Ladakh tour is a dream for many travellers across the globe and why not? Ladakh has been truly blessed with nature. The region is one of the toughest terrains in India to ride but the beauty never lets you be tired and inspires you to keep exploring. Serenity and adventure together is what this region is all about!

Some of the popular places include Khardung La (Highest motorable road in the world), Leh palace, Shanti Stupa, Nubra Valley, Shey Palace, Pangong lake, Kargil war memorial to name a few. While these are regular tourist destinations there are many hidden gems of Ladakh. Leh is the largest town in this region and is the joint capital of Ladakh.

For us, Ladakh is our  home. <3 We absolutely love being here and exploring a little more every single time. We have explored some of the best places in this region and each place has a story to tell.  Ladakh car tours with Tourbugs is a great idea because our itineraries are off beat and we curate some wonderful experiences around it!  To make memories that you will cherish forever.

 Detailed Itinerary

Day-1 Arrival Leh Airport
We will pick you up from airport transfer you to Hotel in Leh. Free day to acclimatize to the high altitude. Remember, rest is very important on this day as the body needs to acclimatize well before we hit the road. Dinner at Hotel. At dinner, we will get introduced to one another. Your tour manager will brief you about the plan and schedule of each day.

Day 2 – Leh to Kargil:
Start your day early. Post breakfast we will go for a ride around. The terrain of Himalayas is going to take you by surprise.
We will move towards Kargil today. On our way, we will try to experience the Magnetic Hill effect, see the wonderful site of confluence of Sindhu (Indus) and Zanskar river at Nimu. We will also go to Pathar Sahib Gurudwara and Hall of Fame.

Overnight stay at Kargil. Dinner at Hotel.

Day 3- Kargil to Leh
We will visit the Kargil war memorial today. This is located at Drass, about 60 km from Kargil. We will visit the memorial and then leave for Leh.
On our way back we will visit Lamayuru. This place is famous for the monastery and Moonscapes
(lunar landscapes). Stay and dinner at Hotel in Leh.

Day 4- Leh to Nubra: –
Get ready, have breakfast, and hit the road. Ride towards Khardung La (18380 Feet). The view from top of the pass is amazing. One can see all the way south over the Indus valley to the seemingly endless peaks. This ride till top of Khardung La is just mesmerizing. Beautiful views all around.  After spending some time at the pass, we’ll head towards Nubra Valley.
On our way we will visit Diskit Monastery. Overnight stay at Hunder. Hunder is the place where you’ll find the rolling white sand-dunes and the famous double humped camels. If you wish to take a ride, you are most welcome.

Day-5 Nubra to Turtuk and back
Post breakfast, we will head towards Turtuk. It is a very green and flourished village. It is one of the border villages and was earlier a part of Pakistan.
In the evening, we go for some fun activities in Hunder. Dinner and stay at Hunder.

Day-6 Nubra to Pangong Tso:
Roads parallel to Shyok River towards world famous lake Pangong-Tso. The beauty of Pangong is well known and it is a must visit when you are riding in Ladakh. Simply amazing views of both mountains and lake together.

The route is full of adventure and there are some good off-road patches. The sand patches in Himalayas are going to be challenging and test your riding skills. The views are breathtaking. In evening we will witness sunset behind the golden mountains of Pangong.

Day-7 Pangong to Leh:
After experiencing the beauty of Ladakh’s charm we will start moving towards Leh. The journey will go through Chang La, which is one of the high passes in Ladakh.
On our way to Leh we will visit Thiksey Monastery, Sindhu Ghat, Shey palace and 3 idiots’ school.
Dinner will be arranged at hotel. Overnight stay at Leh.

Day 8- Check out and fly back:
Your tour ends here. Post breakfast, we will drop you at the airport as per your flight timing.

Feel free to get in touch with us for more details.
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