Zanskar Valley Trek

Zanskar Valley Trek

North of the Great Himalayan range, lies a rugged and captivating land. The kingdom of Zanskar which was once an independent state, is surrounded by the Indus Valley and the main crest of the Indian Himalaya,

North of the Great Himalayan range, lies a rugged and captivating land. The kingdom of Zanskar which was once an independent state, is surrounded by the Indus Valley and the main crest of the Indian Himalaya, making it a remote and inaccessible setting. Snowy mountain passes guard it on all sides leaving an archaic form of Tibetan Buddhism to flourish in a group of distant monasteries, in well-fortified locations in isolated valleys. Lovely high meadow camp sites and dry desert land, high passes and snow-capped peaks stunning scenery, encounters with the Zanskari people turn a trek in this area into an unforgettable experience.

Day 01: Arrival Delhi, transfer to hotel.
Day 02: Drive by train and bus to Manali, hotel
Day 03: Drive to Darsha, hotel
Day 04: Trek to Palemo, camp
Day 05: Trek to Zanskar Sumdo, camp
Day 06: Trek to Chumi Napo, camp
Day 07: Trek to Shingo La – Lakham, camp
Day 08: Trek to Kurgiak, camp
Day 09: Trek to Tetha, camp
Day 10: Trek to Purni, camp
Day 11: Trek to Ichar, camp
Day 12: Trek to Mune, camp
Day 13: Trek to Padum on the way visit Bardan monastery, camp
Day 14: Drive to Kargil, hotel
Day 15: Drive to Leh, hotel
Day 16: Flight to Delhi, transfer to hotel
Day 17: Delhi – Leisure day, hotel
Day 18: Transfer to airport for final departure

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