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  • About Us

    DJule Adventure (Founded in 2007 by Mr. Stanzin Chotak) is a Travel and Tour Operator based in Leh-Ladakh (Jammu & Kashmir) India.
    Since 2007, DJule Adventure has been committed to bringing our clients the best in value and quality travel arrangements.
    DJule Adventure specializes in tours to Leh-Ladakh and organizes all kinds of

    1. Trekking
    2. Expedition
    3. Rafting
    4. Chadar Trek
    5. Yak Trek
    6. Buddhist Pilgrimage Tours

    And many other trips in Ladakh, Zanskar and Lahaul-Spiti Valley with a highly responsible guide, professional cook and provide our clients with the special assistance.

    DJule Adventure offers unique specialties of Trip Organizing Skills, which you may not find in other agencies. Some of them are like opportunities to dine with local people, the opportunity to witness the lifestyle of monks in the monasteries, visiting schools, study local life, extra ponies for the collection of garbage produce during the trek, Chang parties and culture shows etc.

    Since 2007, our passion for the profession has resulted in achieving us 5 Star Ratings on Trip Advisor, Facebook and Google. We’re registered with Jammu & Kashmir Tourism, Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council-Leh (LAHDC-Leh) & All Ladakh Tour Operators Association (ALTOA) for the safeguard of interests of tourists visiting Ladakh. We have partnered with Alpes Himalaya Association, Akaina, Club 7 Summits (Association of Super-Guides) and Les Routes Association.

    At DJule Adventure, we’re passionate about creating a memorable and customized travel journey for you. We provide the most reliable accommodation, transportation that best meets your needs. Just like you, we are judicious and enlightened travelers who understand that all vacations are not alike. We understand that, as a seasoned traveler, you want that experience that sets your trip apart, and that enhances, evolves and inspires you. And, we offer the experience that matters to you the most and this helps us in crafting the right travel trip for you every time.

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  • Trekking

  • Rumtse to Tsomoriri Trek

    Rumtse to Tsomoriri / Korzok Trek is one of the most beautiful trek in Ladakh. In this trek, you will have an oppourtunity to visit two beautiful lakes - Tsokar & Tsomoriri. Also, you will have an oppurtunity to experience the 'Nomadic Life' where people live with Yaks and Sheeps. This trip is your best chance to experience Wild Life and numerous Beautiful Landscapes. 

  • Stok Kangri (6153 Metres)

    Stok Kangri (elevation 6,137 m (20,135 feet) is the highest mountain in the Stok Range of the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of northwest India. The peak is located in Hemis National Park, 12 km southwest of the trailhead at 3,610 m (11,845 feet) in the village of  Stok  and 24 km southwest of the Ladakh capital of Leh. Despite its altitude, Stok Kangri is a popular peak and is often climbed as an initial non-technical foray into high-altitude mountaineering.

  • Kang Yatse II (6170 Metres)

    Kang Yatze (elevation 6170 metres)  is a mountain located at the end of the Markha Valley in the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of northwest India.
    The mountain has two main summits, the
    Lower Western Peak (Kang Yatze II) is easier (Alpine PD) and more frequently climbed, although lower at about 6170m. The Higher Eastern Peak (Kang Yatze I) is the true summit although less frequently climbed as it is across a technically difficult knife-edge traverse. An alternative is to climb the North East ridge then directly up the steep snow face.

  • Mentok Kangri (6277 Metres)

    Menthok Khangri expedition is the only high summit above 6000 metres which is near the beautiful lake like Tsomoriri. This is the only expedition which you will have lots of oppourtunity to visit Nomadic Camp where nomadic people stay with Yaks and Sheeps in high mountains. You will have oppourtunity see wild animals like Ibex, Wild horse, Snow Leopard, Wolf, Fox and many wild birds. Also you'll have an opportunity to cross high passes with beautiful landscapes and two beautiful lakes like Tsomoriri and Tsokar. 

  • Ladakh-Zanskar Tour (10N/10D)

    Trip Details

    No of days: 14 
    Highest point: Penzila 4350 Meters
    Grade: Moderate
    Attraction places: Leh - Alchi - Kargil - Rangdum - Padum - Karsha - Stakrimo - Zungkul - Sani - Stongdey - Bardan - Kargil - Leh
    Delhi Best Season: June to October 

     

  • Kashmir-Ladakh-Manali Tour (9N/10D)

    Trip Details

    No of days: 10 Days
    Highest point:  Kharzongla 5602 Metres
    Grade: Moderate
    Attraction places: Leh - Spituk - Hall of Fame - Sankar - Shanti stupa - Shey - Hemis - Gulmarg - Sonamarg - Pather Sahib - Magnetic Hill - Hall of Fame, Khardungla - Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake - Tsomoriri - Sarchu - Taklangla - Jispa - Rohtang - Manali - Chandigarh

     

     

  • Ladakh Tour 7N/8D (Indus + Nubra + Tsomoriri)

    Trip Details

    No of days: 7 Days
    Highest point: Khardung La 5602 Metres
    Grade: Moderate
    Attraction Places: Leh - Shanti Stupa - Leh Palace - Hall of Fame - Magnetic Hill - Gurudwara - Sangam - Khardungla - Diskit - Hundar - Camel Safari - Shey - Thikse - Hemis - Changla Pass - Pangong Lake - Tsomoriri Lake

  • Ladakh Tour 6N/7D, (Indus + Lamayuru + Nubra + Pangong)

    Trip Details

    No of days: 6 Night 7 Days
    Highest point: Khardung La 5602 Metres
    Grade: Moderate
    Attraction Places: Leh,  Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara, Sangam, Alchi, Lamayuru, Sham Valley, Khardungla, Diskit, Hunder, Camel Safari, Shey, Thikse, Hemis, Changlapass, Pangong Lake

  • Ladakh Tour 5N/6D (Indus + Nubra+ Pangong)

    Trip Details: 

    No of days: 5 Night 6 Days
    Highest point: Khardung La  5602 Metres
    Grade: Moderate
    Attraction Places: Leh,  Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Hall of Fame, Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara, Sangam, Khardungla, Diskit, Hundar, Camel Safari, Shey, Thikse, Hemis, Changlapass, Pangong Lake. 

  • Chadar Trek

    Chadar trek is one of the most adventurous and most difficult treks in the country. The distance that is covered on foot is approximately 105 km and on an average, a trekker covers 15 to 17 km every day. The temperatures are usually 15 to 20 degrees during the day time and -25 to -35 degrees during the night in this region.

    While most of the trek is completed by walking, trekkers may even have to climb icy rocks and boulders during the journey. During the journey, the trekkers will walk on the sheet of ice to cover the distance and will rest in caves during the night time. Due to the extremely cold conditions that a person has to face during this expedition, it is advisable that every aspirant fully understands the conditions that he will face ahead and prepare accordingly. 

    A person should be acquainted with walking long distances and be prepared for tough camping situations. It is advisable that every trekker carries warm clothes, a sleeping bag and sturdy shoes for the trek.

     

    Detailed Day Wise Itinerary:

    Day 1
    Delhi - Leh

    Djule Adventure representative will welcome you at Leh airport & transfer to Hotel. Rest of the day est for acclimatization. Overnight at the Hotel.

    Day 2  
    Leh - Shey - Thiksey - Hemis

    Today you will visit some Monasteries around Leh. You will visit Shey, Thik and Hemis Monastery.  Shey Palace is 16 km from Leh. It used to be the summer palace of the kings of Ladakh. There are lots of Stupas built around the palace. Shey palace was built by Deldan Namgyal at the beginning of 17Th century AD. The main attraction in Shey is the 12m Shakyamuni Buddha statue inside the Dresthang Gompa. Thiksey Monastery close to Shey is about  3 km. The monastery is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Ladakh and belongs to the Gelukspa sect. It is the biggest Monastery under Gyelukpa Sect. It's quite a big monastery. The Thikse monastery also known as mini Lasha. Hemis, about 45 km south of Leh it is one of the most famous and largest monasteries in Ladakh. It belongs to the Drukpa Sect and was founded in the early 17Th century. The setting is perfect with the monastery cradled in a lovely valley, surrounded by streams and fronted by long Mani walls. Overnight stay at the guest house.

    Day 3  
    Drive  Leh - Shingra Yokma & Trek to Shingra Kongma (4+2 hrs)
     

    In the morning drive to Shingra Yokma along with our porters from  Zanskar. On the way, you will visit the Junction of the meeting point of Indus and Zanskar river. overnight in Camp.

    Day 4  
    Shnigra Kongma - Tsomo Palder 4-5 hrs

    Continue our Chadar trek by walking on the frozen Zanskar river from Shinra Kongma to Tsomo Palder. The trek is of about 5 hours. Overnight at Camp.

    Day 5  
    Tsomo Plader - Dip 4-5 hrs

    Again moving the caravan towards Zanskar valley and camp at Dip. All trek will be along the nerrow valley. 4-5 hrs. Overnight at the Camp.

    Day 6  
    Dip - Nyrakpulu 5 hrs

    Walk for almost 4 to 5 hours from Dip to reach Nyarakpulu below the Nyarak village. Overnight at Camp.

    Day 7  
    Nyarakpulu - Dip  5 hrs

    Nyarakpulu to Tso Mopoaldar a four-hour walk to the campsite. Overnight Camp. 

    Day 8  
    Dip - Tsomopaldar 5hrs

    Continue your trek back towards Leh, will be more easy by acclimatizing. It will be a trek of 5 hrs. Overnight at the Camp. 

    Day 9
    Tsomo Pladar- Shingra Yokma - Leh 

    Today is the last day of the trek, You will trek till Shingra Yokma were you jeep will wait for you. After drive back to Leh. 6 hrs Overnight Hotel.

    Day 10  
    Leh - Delhi 

    Early in the morning transfer to the airport and from here catch a flight for Delhi. Trip and services end here.

    Cost depends on the number of people in the group. 


    Cost Includes:
    • Accommodation: In Leh, guest house with bed and breakfast basis. While on a trek accommodation will be provided on Dome/Alpine Tent, carry mat, kitchen tent, camping stool, etc will be provided.
    • Transport: Arrival, departure transfer at Leh byMini Bus/Scorpio/Zylo. Visit Shey+ Thikse + Hemis.  Drop & pick up for Shingra Yokma. 
    • During the trek
    - one highly responsible professional English Speaking guide
    - Professional cook & helpers 
    - Professional local porters
    - Dome tent with mattress for sleep
    - Kitchen tent with full equipment
    - Dining tent with chairs and tables
    - All the food Leh to Leh
    - Oxygen cylinder 
    - Special safety kit bag for your luggage protection,
    - Monastery fee
    - Camping fee
    - Rope, carabiner and ice axe

    Cost Doesn't include:
    - International and Domestic flight tickets
    - Any extra accommodation in Leh apart from the itinerary
    - Extra drinks like coca, beer
    - Shopping and phone bill. 
    - Dinner and Lunch in Leh. 
    - Personal Porter for carrying personal backpacker if required. 
    - Personal Insurance 
    - Cost of Emergency Evacuation
    - Tips

  • Snow Leopard Trek

    Snow Leopard Trek is a proper winter trek in Ladakh. This trek is one of the most popular treks in the Ladakh that stretches from an elevation of about 3,500 meters to 6,000 meters. The journey continues through the Hemis National Park, which is one of the national parks in the Indian Himalayan belt and largest national parks in India with an area of 3,350 meters, is the abode of many different species of wildlife. Snow Leopards are the major attractions in the valley and can be generally found at an altitude between 3,000 meters to 4,500 meters.

    Detailed Day Wise Itinerary 

    Day 1
    DELHI – LEH (3,500 M / 11,550 FT) - BY FLIGHT 

    Djule Adventure representative will welcome you at Leh airport and transfer to hotel. Evening rest for acclimatization. Overnight at the hotel. 

    Day 02
    LEH - HEMIS - BY SURFACE / 48 KM / APPROX 1 ½ HRS – THIKSEY – BY SURFACE / 29 KM / APPROX 45 MINS - SHEY – BY SURFACE / 3 KM / APPROX 10 MINS – LEH – BY SURFACE / 16 KM / APPROX 30 MINS

    After breakfast you drive on a well mettled broad road traveling upstream along the Indus River to Hemis Gompa, crossing over the Indus at the village of Karu. The most famous of Ladakh's monasteries, Hemis or Changchub Samstanling (The love palace of the compassionate person), dates back to the 17th century and was built over a period of 40 years (1602 – 1642 A.D.). Today Hemis is well known for its festival or Hemis Tsechu commemorating the birthday of Guru Padmasambhava. In the year of the Monkey (every 12 years) a giant thangka depicting Guru Padmasambhava is unfurled from the terrace draping the five-storey facade. Delicately wrought in pearls and appliqué, it is one of the most famous art treasures of Ladakh. The central courtyard forms the focus for the masked dances held every year in summer. In the dukhang, remnants of the original 17th-century murals can be seen. The Gompa boasts of an excellent library, well preserved frescoes and murals, silver gilt chortens and a Kashmiri lacquered wooden throne.

    On the road back to Leh you stop to visit Thikse Monastery, which is one of the most vibrant and active monasteries in the region. It dates back to the 16th century and is part of the Gelug-pa Sect. It is headed by successive reincarnations of the Khanpo Rimpoche. The monastery is 12 storied and painted in deep shades of red, ochre and white. It has evolved around a central courtyard with buildings surrounding it from three sides. At one extreme lies the main dukhang, which houses numerous racks containing religious texts. Behind the main alter lies a small chamber that contains images of revered deities.

    Then three km ahead you will visit Shey. Overlooking a small lake, the palace and fortification of Shey was the site of one of the former capitals of Ladakh. In the 10th century the first ruler of Western Tibet, Nyima-Gon, laid the foundations of the first dynasty of Ladakh. On a large rock below the palace is an engraving in shallow relief of the Five Dhyai Buddhas, credited to him. His son constructed the small place and made it the first capital of Ladakh. During subsequent reigns, the palace was expanded and the present structure dates back to the time of Deldan Namgyal who lived here for the better part of his reign. The significance of the sight is apparent from the large number of chorten that dot the entire landscape around Shey. After the visit, you return to Leh.

    Day 03.
    LEH - SPITOK (DRIVE) - TREK TO ZINCHEN (3200 Mtrs): 5 Hrs

    Leave Leh early morning by Jeeps and reach Spituk (1 hr). Visit the Spituk Gompa, built about 500 years ago. Start the trek from here by crossing a bridge and walking south-west of the river Indus. The gorge section leads to the confluence of Indus and Zinchen. Camp near the village of Zinchen. Overnight in Tents.

    Day 04
    ZINCHEN - RUMBAK: 3 Hrs

    It's a gradual climb from Zinchen to Rumbak. From here one gets fabulous views of the snow-capped Stok Mountains.  Overnight in Tents.

    Day 5 to Day 9
    WATCH/SEARCH SNOW LEOPARD

    You will have 5 days to visit and see Leopard. Our guide will take you the sport were you can found and see the Leopard. You can also see different types of wild animals and birds. Overnight camp. 

    Day 09.
    RUMBAK TO ZINCHEN TO LEH: 6 Hrs

    After breakfast, starts trekking to reach Zingchen. After Zingchen you will drive to Leh. Overnight in the hotel. 

    NOTE: Cost depends on the number of people in the group. 

    Cost Includes:
    1. Taxi Airport pickup, Shey, Thiksey Hemis, Spituk drop, Zingchen pickup, Airport Drop
    2. 1 English speaking guide for whole the tour and trek
    3. Hotel in Leh on Bed and breakfast basis
    4. During the trek (Spituk-Rumbak-Zingchen ): a professional cook, helpers, horses, all the food, dome tent for sleeping with mattress, dining tent with chairs and table, kitchen tent with all kitchen equipments, toilet tent,  oxygen cylinder, a safety kit bag for your luggage, monastery fee, camping fee, wildlife fee, inner line permits etc. 

    Cost Excludes:
    1. International & Domestic flight tickets
    2. Extra drinks like coca, beer
    3. Shopping and phone bill
    4. Tips

  • 5-Days Markha Valley Trek - Fixed Departures

    This classic trek passes through remote villages tucked in verdant valleys surrounded by towering mountains. The high pass of Kongmaru La offers spectacular views of the Himalayan peaks. While staying in homestays, you will have the opportunity to discover the everyday life of the villagers and their unique Buddhist culture.

  • 4-Day Stok Kangri Climb (6153m) - Fixed Departures

    Stok Kangri (6153m) is the most popular 6000m+ peak in Ladakh. The climb does not require mountaineering skills but a good physical condition and proper acclimatization are essential for a successful summit attempt.

  • 9-Day Rumtse to Tso Moriri Trek - Fixed Departures

    The trek from Rumtse to Tso Moriri is one of the most beautiful treks in Ladakh. It takes you through the Changthang region, a high-altitude plateau that has unique landscapes and stunning lakes like Tso Kar and Tso Moriri. This region is home to nomads with their pashmina goats and yaks. It’s an exceptional trek but demanding because of the crossing of numerous high passes above 5000 metres

     

     

  • KUN Expedition (7077 Metres)

    The Kun chain of mountains dominates the skyline in the upper Suru Valley and the twin peaks of Nun (7135m) and Kun (7077m) are the highest in the Zanskar range in Ladakh. Kun is the second highest peak in the range, on the Indian side of the Line of Control. 

  • Dzo Jongo (6280 Metres)

    Dzo Jongo (6280 Mtrs) is one of the new and unique peak summit in Ladakh. It's in the range of Ladakh Mountain. Its near the Khangyartse I & II. It is a becautiful peak which is little technical.

  • NUN Expedition (7135 Metres)

    Nun is the highest peak in the Zanskar range in the upper Suru Valley and the twin peaks of Nun (7135m) and Kun (7077m). Nun and Kun are separated by a snowy plateau of about 4km in length. The Mount Nun-Kun massif is the most stunning peaks of the famous Suru Valley that is adorned with a number of spectacular peaks.

  • Ladakh Tour 4/N 5/D (Indus + Pangong)

    Trip Details

    No of Days: 4 Night 5 Days
    Highest Point: Changla 5486 Metres
    Grade: Moderate
    Attraction Places: Leh,  Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace, Hall of fame, Magnetic hill, Gurudwara, Sangam, Shey, Thikse, Hemis, Changlapass, Pangong Lake

    Day 1. Fly Delhi to Leh. 
          Our representative will Welcome you at Leh Airport and Transfer to Hotel. You will have rest till afternoon for  better acclimatization. At 3 pm you will drive to Leh Palace and visit Leh Palace. After that you will visit Shanti stupa.  From Shanti stupa  you will find beautiful view of Leh Town, Zanskar Range, Stok Khangri etc. Overnight in Hotel.


    Day 2. Visit Hall of Fame + Gurudwara + Megnatic hill + Sangam. 
       Morning after breakfast You will drive for local sightseeing. You will visit Hall of fame, Hall of fame is a mesuam  you can see about the 1999 War with Pakistan, 1968 war with china, 1972 War with Pakistan. And  about exbition about the life of Indian Army .  After that you can visit the Gurudwara of Indian Army.  Megnaitc Hill is a place that the scientist believes that there are magnat inside the mountain.  Sangan is a beautiful Junction were Indus river and Zanskar river meet. Lots of people do rafting also there. Overnight in Hotel. 


    Day 03:  Leh - Pangong Tso :
    After an early breakfast we Leave for Pangong Lake through Changla pass 5486 Mtrs. While ascending Changla pass 5486 Mtrs. Enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of the villages below the pass. After crossing the pass halt for picnic lunch at Tsoltak, the summer pastureland of the yaks. Arrive Durbuk and from there a short drive takes you to the western shore of the lake. Enjoy the landscape in the back drop of the Lake. This famous blue brackish Lake of Pangong is 5/6 Kms wide and over 144 Kms long with half of its running the other side of the "INDO CHINA BORDER". One rarely feels so close to nature and environment and the scenery is unforgettable. Evening at leisure and stroll near the lake and overnight stay at the Camp / Guest house.

    Day 04: Pangong Tso - Leh. 
    Post breakfast visit the lake and after spending some time we drive back to Leh..  You will drive from same way. Upon arrival we check in at our pre-arranged hotel. Evening at leisure and overnight stay at the hotel. 

    Day 05: Fly Back to Delhi . 
    Morning our representative will drop you ar Leh Airport and have a beautiful flight over mighty Himalaya  

  • Rumtse to Kibber

    Rumtse to Kibber is a route, connecting both Ladakh & Spiti Valley, and this is the only route where you can discover both Ladakh and Spiti Valley. On this route, you will have oppourtunity to visit two beautiful lakes like Tsokar & Tsomoriri, You will have oppurtunity to visit Nomadic life people living with Yaks and sheeps, a chance to experience Wild Life and lots of beautiful Landscapes. 

  • Markha Valley Trek from Chilling

    Markha Valley Trek is one of the most famous treks of Ladakh region. It is an amazing trip to get introduced with magical and remote Buddhist Kingdom of Ladakh. While trekking on through this, trek tourists pass through beautiful Buddhist Monasteries, Mountain Villages, High altitude pastures of Nimaling and the high altitude peak Kangyatse.

  • Markha Valley Trek from Spituk

    Markha Valley is one of the most famous treks of Ladakh region. It is an amazing trip to get introduced with magical and remote Buddhist Kingdom of Ladakh. While trekking on through this trek, tourists pass through beautiful Buddhist Monasteries, Mountain Villages, High altitude pastures of Nimaling and the high altitude peak Kangyatse.

  • Markha Valley + Stok Kangri

    Markha Valley is one of the most famous treks of Ladakh region. It is an amazing trip to get introduced with magical and remote Buddhist Kingdom of Ladakh. While trekking on through this trek, tourists pass through beautiful Buddhist Monasteries, Mountain Villages, high altitude pastures of Nimaling and the high altitude peak Kangyatse.

    Stok Kangri (elevation 6,137 m (20,135 feet) is the highest mountain in the Stok Range of the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of northwest India. The peak is located in Hemis National Park, 12 km southwest of the trailhead at 3,610 m (11,845 feet) in the village of Stok and 24 km southwest of the Ladakhi capital of Leh. Despite its altitude, Stok Kangri is a popular peak and is often climbed as an initial non-technical foray into high altitude mountaineering.

  • Phyang to Hunder (Nubra Valley)

    Phyang to Hunder trek is a moderate trek, which starts from Phyang and ends at Hunder in Nubra. Its an easy & enjoyable walk through the high valleys and wild flowers.

  • Saboo to Khalsar (Nubra Valley)

    Saboo to Khaltsar trek is an overall moderate trek with some long bumpy drives. Camel Trek, Mountain Flight and Khardung La are the main highlights of this trek. 

  • Spituk to Matho

    Spituk-Matho trekking route is one of the best and easy route along Leh. It is a part of Hemis National Park. This area is known as the capital of Snow Leopards and, even National Geographic made an award winning documentary in the Rumbak Valley on Snow Leopards. This is the perfect trek if you are looking for a shorter option, beautiful view, amazing rock formations, and you can experience the culture as well, as many villages and monasteries come along. 
     

  • Spituk to Stok

    Spituk-Matho trekking route is one of the best and easy route along Leh. It is a part of Hemis National Park. This area is known as the capital of Snow Leopards and, even National Geographic made an award winning documentary in the Rumbak Valley on Snow Leopards. This is the perfect trek if you are looking for a shorter option, beautiful view, amazing rock formations, and you can experience the culture as well, as many villages and monasteries come along. 

  • Hemis to Tsomoriri / Korzok

    This trekking route is one of the most beautiful and well known for trekkers. Its route connects Hemis National Park and Changthang Plateau where Nomadic people stay with Yaks and Sheeps. You will have oppourtunity to see lots of things like, Nomadic people with Yak and sheeps, two beautiful lakes - Tsokar and Tsomoriri, beautiful landscpe, and the beautiful Korzok Monastery. 

  • Lamayuru to Alchi Trek via TarLa Pass

    Lamayuru to Alchi trek is one of the beautiful and wellknown routes in Ladakh. This trek begins with a visit to the stunning Lamayuru Monastery, the oldest in Ladakh, and ends with a visit to the Alchi Monastery, known for its early Buudhist art in the Kashmiri tradition. Lamayuru is about 80 miles west of Leh, just off the Leh to Kargil road. From Lamayuru the trek proceeds through Wanla and over the high mountain pass of Tar La with its breath-taking vistas.

  • Lamayuru to Alchi via Stakspi La

    Lamayuru to Alchi trek is one of the beautiful and wellknown routes in Ladakh. This trek begins with a visit to the stunning Lamayuru Monastery, the oldest in Ladakh, and ends with a visit to the Alchi Monastery, known for its early Buudhist art in the Kashmiri tradition. Lamayuru is about 80 miles west of Leh, just off the Leh to Kargil road. From Lamayuru the trek proceeds through Wanla and over the high mountain pass of Tar La with its breath-taking vistas.

  • Lamayuru to Chilling

    The Lamayuru Chilling trek is one of the moderate treks in the Ladakh region that passes through the remote and beautiful Ripchar Valley and inhabited by nomadic settlements in the midst of variety of wild and colourful Alpine flowers. The Lamayuru Chilling trek further traverses and ascends to some high altitude mountain passes from where you can capture the excellent view of the Karakoram and the Zanskar ranges. The initial part of the trek till Chilling is less travelled. From Chilling, you cross the Zanskar River by a pulley cable and continue your journey towards the Markha Valley, which is very popular and considered to be one of the best valleys in Ladakh.

    The Lamayuru Chilling trek commences from Lamayuru, which hosts the popular Lamayuru Monastery at 3,510 meters, one of the oldest monasteries in the Ladakh region built in the 10th century. It reflects the ancient colours of the Indo - Tibetans from its rich collection of ancient manuscripts, paintings and chortens. From Lamayuru, the trail heads to Wanla via Prinkiti La at 3,650 meters and then turns to ascend towards Hinju Village that is set at a height of 3,720 meters. The Lamayuru Chilling Trek continues to ascend towards Konze La at 4,950 meters, wherefrom the journey turns to Dun Dung La base. After crossing Dung Dung La, the trek continues a steep trek downhill before finally concluding at Chilling.

  • Lamayuru to Hemis

    Lamayuru to Hemis trek is an overall moderate trek which starts from Wanla and ends at Hemis. The route crosses high pass like Konkila, Dongdong Chen La, and Kongmarula. This route is combined of Lamayuru-Chilling and Chilling-Hemis.

  • Rangdum to Lamayuru via Kanji La

    Rungdum to Lamayuru trek is one of  wild and isolated trekking route in Ladakh. It start from Rangdum Monastery and by crossing Kanjila Pass

  • Tsomoriri to Kibber

    Tsomoriri/Korzok to Kibber Trek via Parangla is the only trekking route which connects Ladakh with Spiti Valley. The trek is along with the wild andisolated route. You will not find any village for next 7 days from Tsomoriri. It will be a beautiful trek along with lots of beautiful landscape, wild animals and high passes like Parangla. 

  • Sham Trek (Baby Trek)

    Sham Trek, popularly known as Baby Trek which is the easiest trekking route in Ladakh. It will start from Likir and some end at Thimosgang and  goes upto Lamayuru. 

     

  • Sarchu-Phirtsela-Padum (Zanskar)

    Sarchu to Padum Trek is one ofthe beautiful trek in Ladakh. It is a route of wild and you will witness the breath-taking monastery of Phuktal. 

  • Kanji - Sarchu (Diagonal Zanskar)

    Diagonal Zanskar trek is toughtest route of trekking in Ladakh and Zanskar. In these route you have to cross 8 high passes and two days of river crossing. This route is known as wild and isolated trek.

  • Kanji to Padum (Zanskar)

    A well known route of trekking which cross both Ladakh and Zanskar. Its the route of crossing high passes and crossing remote villages. 

  • Rangdum to Padum (Zanskar)

    Rangdum to Padum gives a new route of trekking in Ladakh and Zanskar. It's in the wild, and trekking will be through high mountains by crossing remote villages. 

  • Stongde to Phuktal (Zanskar)

    A round trip of Stongde to Phutkal with one high pass, two Monasteries - Stongde and Phuktal. You will visit the remote village "Shade". 

  • Padum Tsomoriri (Zanskar+Rupsho)

    This is the only trekking route, which connects Zanskar with the Rupsho / Kharnak Valley. Its totally in to the wild trekking route with no connection to any villages for many days. It includes crossing lots of high passes, possibility to visit remote villages of Zanskar and Rupsho/Kharnak. You  will witness wild animals eveyday, and on the way, you will experience the serene beauty of two beautuful lakes - Tsokar and Tsomoriri, and the most beautiful Phutkal Monastery in the beginning. 

  • Junglam Trek (Zanskar)

    The trek starts from Hemis Monastery (one of the richest monastery in Ladakh). It enters in famous Markha Valley and Zanskar via Junglam, which opens only for a month. In summers, this route is closed due to water crossing and in winters due to heavy snowfall.

  • Stok Kangri (6153m)

    Stok Kangri (elevation 6,137 m (20,135 feet) is the highest mountain in the Stok Range of the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of northwest India. The peak is located in Hemis National Park, 12 km southwest of the trailhead at 3,610 m (11,845 feet) in the village of Stok and 24 km southwest of the Ladakh capital of Leh. Despite its altitude, Stok Kangri is a popular peak and is often climbed as an initial non-technical foray into high-altitude mountaineering.

  • Stok Kangri from Spituk

    Stok Kangri (elevation 6,137 m (20,135 feet) is the highest mountain in the Stok Range of the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of northwest India. The peak is located in Hemis National Park, 12 km southwest of the trailhead at 3,610 m (11,845 feet) in the village of Stok and 24 km southwest of the Ladakh capital of Leh. Despite its altitude, Stok Kangri is a popular peak and is often climbed as an initial non-technical foray into high-altitude mountaineering.

  • Mountaineering

  • Cultural Tours

  • Fixed Departures

  • Yalung Nong (6090 Metres)

    Yalung Nong is a rarely visited 6090m-peak of the Indian Himalayas located in Ladakh near lake Tso Moriri. Its dome-shaped peak is snow-covered on the North and East but offers an easy ascent from the South without any technical problems. You may find the climb long and tiresome but magnificent views of Tso Moriri and the surrounding desert-landscapes are absolutely worth.

  • Spang-Nak Khangri (6350 Metres)

    Spangnak Khangri(6350 metres) is one of the newly recognized peaks in Ladakh.  It is located in the most beautiful location in Ladakh i.e. between the two beautiful lakes in Ladakh - Tsokar and Tsomoriri. On the way to expedition, you will have oppourtunity to visit nomadic camps where people live with hundreds of Yaks and Sheeps, it's a great oppourtunity to visit wild animals birds and the two beautiful lakes. 

  • Go-Leb Khangri (5950 Metres)

    It is a peak next to Stok Khangri Range. Go-Leb-Khangri(5950 metres) is popular peak and hundreds of people come to climb it. The summit is quite technical and you will find beautiful views during the summit. 

  • Khangyartse-I (6400 Metres)

    Kang Yatze (6400 metres) is a mountain located at the end of the Markha Valley in the Himalayas in the Ladakh region of northwest India.
    The mountain has two main summits, the lower western peak (Kang Yatze II) is easier and more frequently climbed, although lower at about 6170m. The higher eastern peak is the true summit (Kang Yatze I) although less frequently climbed as it is across a technically difficult knife-edge traverse. An alternative is to climb the North East ridge then directly up the steep snow face.

  • Matho Khangri (6250 Metres)

    Matho Khangri is one of the unique summits in Ladakh. You will find beautiful view from the top of summit. This route is less crowded as compared to Stok Khangri. 

  • Tsomothang Peak (6030 Metres)

    Tsomothang is one of the most beautiful and extraordinary peaks Ladakh. Its quite teachnical and you'll find lots of snow on the route. 

  • Chader Trek

  • Snow Leopard

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