|Suitable for:||7+ years.|
|Experience:||First timer can apply, previous trekking experience is more appreciated.|
|Fitness:||Cover 4 km of distance in 25 minutes without a stress.|
Ladakh is a popular tourist hub in India and a paradise for thrill-seekers. It is a perfect blend of thrill, adventure, and cultural experiences. Ladakh features unmatched natural beauty with its arid landscapes, surrounded by mighty snow-capped mountains on all sides.
Our Ladakh Multi-Sports Adventure is an 8-days long thrill fest that calls to every enthusiastic soul out there. Cycling, hiking, biking, rafting, Jeep safari, sightseeing and so much more await you in the mystical land of Ladakh. Be it a stroll by the serene Pangong Tso Lake, jeep safari to the highest motorable pass in India, or basking in the mindful calm of the monasteries, Ladakh is a treasure chest of experiences ready to be explored!
Trek The Himalayas’ Ladakh Multi-sports Adventure is specially curated to give you a thrilling experience of a lifetime. Be part of an unforgettable trip with us and relish this opportunity to explore and celebrate life.
Major Attractions Of Ladakh Adventure
A Jeep Safari to Nubra Valley via Khardung La ensures a great experience for your adventurous soul. Gateway to Nubra Valley, Khardungla at an altitude of 5,359 meters is the highest motorable pass in the country.
Nubra Valley is the northernmost part of Jammu amp Kashmir known for its scenic vistas, monasteries, orchards, and fauna. 150 km from Leh, the spectacular surroundings of Nubra Valley make the Jeep Safari rather impressive.
Pangong Tso Lake (via Shyok Village)
Pang Tso is a high-altitude saltwater lake situated at an altitude of 4,350 m and extending over almost 160 km. The Lake holds an element of surprise for you, it transitions into myriad shades of blue and green throughout the day. One-third of this Lake lies in India while the rest lies in China.
White Water River Rafting From Chilling To Nimmo
Himalayan landscapes all around while you are crossing rapids sound thrilling right? Adventure junkies just cannot miss the white water rafting from Chilling to Nimmo on the Zanskar River. Almost 30 km of white water rafting over a span of 3-4 hrs will get your adrenaline pumping.
The famous magnetic hill in Ladakh where gravity takes a backseat. Located 30 km from Leh, a yellow signboard near the hill reads ‘ The Phenomena That Defies Gravity. A strange wonder of nature, the hills pull a parked vehicle forward upslope.
Gurudwara Patthar Sahib
A mesmerizing Gurudwara built in the memory of Guru Nanak Ji, founder guru of the Sikh faith. It is 25km from Leh on Kargil road.
Hall of Fame
One of the major attractions of this trek is the Hall of fame. It was made by the Indian Army in the memory of brave soldiers who martyred to save us during the Indo-Pak wars. The Hall of Fame Museum is located on Leh- Kargil Road, about 4km from the city of Leh. If you want to learn about the Kargil war, arms and ammunitions captured during the war this is the place for you.
Kali Mata Mandir amp Spituk Monastery
An 11th-century monastery, Spituk Gompa lies on the western end of Leh. The monastery comes under the Tsongkhapa order (Yellow Hat sect) of Tibetan Buddhism but it was originally founded by Karma-pa (RedHead Sect). The Spituk Gompa features a giant Kali statue that they only bring out during festivals. Above the monastery, on a hilltop, the Kali Mata Temple is located where Goddess Kali is enshrined.
Indus amp Zanskar River Confluence
The thing that makes this place interesting is the colours of the rivers. Zanskar river is fluorescent blue and Indus looks a little green. They both meet in Nimmu valley. You have to be there to appreciate its beauty.
It is a former royal palace that was abandoned in the mid-19th century and overlooks the city of Leh. Dogras invasion forced the royal family to move to Stok Palace. It has a rich collection of Jewellery, Ornaments, Ceremonial Crowns.
Situated behind the Palace of Leh, this is a monastery that gives an awesome view of the complete place and surroundings.
It was constructed to promote peace and harmony as well as to commemorate Buddhist culture. Not only does it have religious significance but it also offers a breath-taking view of the city.
Trekking to Saboo Village
A small but amazing trek worth your time is the Saboo village trek. It is not that far from the city yet it has its innocence and bliss of solitude. The local life and fresh air will make it memorable for you.
The literal meaning of ghat is a broad flight of steps leading down to a river. Sindhu Ghat is a riverbank near the Shey village in Leh. It is renowned for its unique and scenic landscape, which has barren mountains, rocky terrains, sparse greenery, and the Sindhu River crossing the region.
It is located 15 km to the south of Leh on the Leh- Manali road. Shey used to be the summer capital of Ladakh in past. It has a giant Shakyamuni Buddha statue which is the second-largest Buddha statue in Jammu and Kashmir.
3 Idiots Rancho School
Needless to say, it is the same school that you saw at the end shot of the 3 idiots movie. It gained massive popularity after that climax scene in the movie. Druk Padma Karpo aka Rancho school is a Buddhist cultural school located in Shey village very close to Shey Palace.
Ladakh is a land of uncharted beauty, that which cannot be expressed in words. Visiting Ladakh in itself is an incredible experience. Situated in the northernmost state of India, Ladakh unfolds the pristine beauty of nature. After landing at Leh, our representatives are ready to welcome you at the airport. TTH team will arrange for your transportation from the airport to the hotel. The pickup cost is included in the travel fee and as such you do not need to pay anything extra. Check into the hotel, freshen up, and gradually get acclimated to the climate in Leh. Later in the evening, at around 5 PM, you will receive a mandatory briefing session, where you will learn about the schedule of your upcoming days and the local rules and regulations. We request you to bring a copy of your ID proof along with 2 photographs with you. For foreigners, a copy of their passport and visa is mandatory. The documents will be submitted whenever required by the local authorities. Only postpaid networks work at Leh. Other than that, facilities like ATMs and shops in case you want to purchase something are also there. Visiting any high-altitude place or pass is not advisable. Consumption of alcohol and smoking is strictly prohibited. Rest well and your day of adventure starts tomorrow.
✔Hall of fame (memorial for the Indo-Pak war heroes)
✔Kali Mata Mandir & Spituk Gompa (an 11th-century structure)
✔Gurudwara Patthar Sahib (built by Lamas to honor Guru Nanak Dev’s visit in 1517)
✔Magnetic Hill (optical illusion where the downhill road actually looks like an uphill road)
✔Indus & Zanskar confluence (Indus flows from India to Pakistan)
✔White Water River Rafting: Chilling To Nimmo, Rafting Distance: 15 km | Duration: 3-4 hrs | Rapid Grade/ Levels: III to IV | Licensed and professional rafting team
✔Leh Palace (former Royal Palace constructed circa 1600 by Sengge Namgyal)
✔Tse-mo-Gompa (founded in 1430 by King Tashi Namgyal of Ladakh)
✔Shanti Stupa (built-in 1991 by Japanese Buddhist)
Begin your day with a hearty breakfast and get ready to kickstart your day with an adventurous Royal Enfield ride to Sham Valley. Sham Valley is located on the Srinagar-Leh Highway and the drive is exquisitely beautiful. The first stop for the day is the world-famous Hall of Fame, which is actually a memorial for the Indo-Pak war and the martyrs of the war. You will get to acquaint yourself with the arms and ammunition used in the war and also get a chance to admire our heroes at Siachen who battle severe weather conditions so that we can have a good night’s sleep at home.
Next, we will head to Kali Mata Mandir and Spituk Gompa which hold a rich cultural significance in the tourism of Ladakh. Both the temple and the Gompa are 11th-century structures and you can see the architectural styles of that period. The next stop is Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, a peaceful place built by the Lamas to honor Guru Nanak Sahib, founder of the Sikh faith, who visited the place in 1517. The Gurudwara is 25 km away from Leh and lies on the Kargil Road.
Next, we will visit Magnetic Hill where you will see an unusual phenomenon of vehicles sliding upwards even in neutral. While this is a very interesting thing to observe, Magnetic Hill is actually an optical illusion where the downhill road appears to be uphill.
The next stop unfolds a very beautiful sight in front of you, the confluence of Indus and Zanskar Rivers, which also happens to be the world’s highest rafting point. You can distinctly spot the two rivers merging into one. The Indus River has a greenish hue while the Zanskar River is a fluorescent blue. If you haven’t experienced white water rafting ever, this is your chance. Pull up your socks and get ready for a thrilling experience. The rafting starts from Chilling and ends at Nimmo and takes about 3 to 4 hours to cover a distance of 30 km among 3rd and 4th-grade rapids. TTH ensures that you raft under the guidance of expert professionals. Post rafting we will take a break for lunch and head back to Leh on a bike ride.
In the evening, we will visit Leh palace, located on Tsemo Hill and it has a rich history. The Palace was built by Sengge Namgyal and was later abandoned in the 19th century. The Palace showcases a rich collection of jewelry, ornaments, and ceremonial crowns. Just behind the Palace lies the Tse-mo-Gompa. The monastery offers stunning views of Leh City below and the rugged surroundings around. The monastery was founded by King Tashi Namgyal in 1430.
To end the day on a peaceful note, we will visit the Shanti Stupa. The white-domed Buddhist monument was built in 1991 by the Japanese-Buddhists and was constructed to promote peace and harmony as well as to commemorate the Buddhist culture. Apart from religious significance, the monastery also offers impressive views of the surroundings. Here we will call it a day and head back to our Leh hotel.
Since Day 2 was a long expedition, today we will go a little easy. The itinerary for the day involves a short trek that will make all the trekking junkies quite happy and for the non-trekkers a chance to relax as well. Get ready to enjoy a day trek to the lovely village of Saboo. A short one-day trek from Leh takes you to Saboo village. Saboo is a serene village about 4 km from Leh and overlooks the beautiful Indus River. The village is quite close to Leh but far enough to offer some solitude. Saboo village is being developed under the prime minister’s reconstruction program for Jammu & Kashmir. It is a model village for the entire district.
Depending on the weather conditions, we will start the trek either before or after lunch. The trek starts from the main bazaar and wades through the famous polo grounds. The first part of the trek is an uphill climb followed by two small mountains. Crossing these mountains you arrive close to the village. From here you can see the splendor of the Stok Kangri and the enchanting beauty of the Indus Valley. It talkies approximately 4 hrs to complete the trek. For the non-trekkers, we provide SUVs if they do not want to walk. We will camp in this village today and sleep in tents at night. The meals will be served at the campsite.
✔Sindhu Ghat (This is the location for the annual festival)
✔Shey Palace (built in 1655 on the instructions of Deldan Namgyal)
✔3 Idiots Rancho School (Bollywood Movie 3 idiots was shot in the school)
✔Ride to Shey Bhumi Resort (Shashi)
✔Explore the village
✔Enjoy resort activities
✔Culture show (on-demand)
Today’s day is filled with both exploration and relaxation. The day starts with cycling, hop on your bike and get ready for an exciting bike tour through beautiful locations. For non-cyclists SUV will be provided. The cycling tour is planned by Trek The Himalayas’s outdoor experts to give you an amazing cycling experience. The cycling stretch is 30 km long and runs along with the scenic landscapes of Leh. Sometimes the road conditions might make cycling a little challenging but it also makes it exhilarating. Our first stop is Sindhu Ghat, a riverbank of Sindhu River, near the Shey village. It is a scenic location renowned for its beautiful landscapes of barren mountains and rocky terrains with sparse greenery.
15 km from Leh, Shey Village used to be the summer capital of Ladakh. It is home to Shey monastery and Shey Palace. The palace was built in 1655 under the instructions of Deldan Namgyal, the King of Ladakh, in memory of his father. The palace complex offers dramatic panoramas of the Leh landscapes. The Shey monastery in the village is now mostly in ruins but one of the most notable features of the monastery is the 39 ft Shakyamuni Buddha statue, estimated to be the second-largest Buddha Statue in Jammu & Kashmir.
To give this trip a ‘filmy’ angle and reassure everyone that ‘All Izzz Well’ we will visit the 3-Idiots fame school, where the last scene of the movie was shot. Druk Padma Karpo school also popularly known as Rancho’s School is a Buddhist School for children in the Himalayan region. Scenes from the 2009 blockbuster were shot in the school and the iconic 3-idiots wall was featured in the film. Having visited Ladakh, you cannot pass up on the opportunity to visit this school.
We will then drive to Shey Bhumi resort, relaxing in the evening and being entertained with some fun activities. In the evening you can explore the village at your leisure, participate in archery or other camp games. The evening is made even more perfect with a bonfire and barbeque. Now that a beautiful vibe is set, you can make the moments even more special by gazing at the million stars that light up the night sky. A totally surreal experience.
Prepare yourself for an ultimate adventure today. Today we will journey from Leh to the scenic Nubra Valley on a thrilling Jeep Safari. Nubra Valley is located 150 km away from Leh. We will drive through Khardung La, the highest motorable pass in the world with ever-changing barren landscapes. It’s an all-season motorable road that serves as a gateway to Shyok and Nubra Valley. As you descend from the Khardung La, the barren landscapes transition into the beautiful white sand dunes of Nubra Valley. Next, we will drive to Hunder, a place 10 km from Diskit. Let us tell you this place will redefine camel rides and sand dunes for you. The rolling sand dunes are simply out of the world and there’s a river flowing by that adds to the serenity of the place. Enjoy an ATV ride and a double-humped camel ride, this type of camel is exclusively found in Ladakh. The two humps in the camel are developed to help them develop resistance to the cold weather. Later enjoy an overnight stay at the campsite in Nubra Valley under a sky full of stars.
Continuing our adventure on Day 6, we will head to the mesmerizing Pangong Tso Lake. After a hearty breakfast, we will leave Nubra Valley and head towards Pangong Lake on the Indo-China Border. Located at an altitude of 4350 m, this is one of the largest high-altitude saltwater lakes in the world. One-third of Pangong Tso lies in India while the rest of it lies in China. The Pangong Lake has been featured in Bollywood movies like Jab Tak Hai Jaan and 3-idiots and is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. The pristine water of the lake changes its hues at different times of the day, transitioning from blue to green to red. Spend the day exploring the surroundings of the lake with the view of Shyok River on one side and the mountains on the other.
En route, visit one of the largest and the oldest monasteries in Ladakh, the Diskit monastery. There’s a 125 feet open-air idol of Maitreya Buddha near the monastery. The monastery offers a spectacular view of Diskit Village and is a wonderful expression of the rich cultural values of the region. We will spend the evening at our leisure and stay overnight in camps relaxing and recuperating after the day’s adventure.
You cannot just miss the sunrise at Pangong Lake and that’s how we will start Day 7. Capture the scintillating lake under the sun\'s rays and get ready for a thrilling day. On our way back to Leh, we will drive to Chang La Pass, the third highest motorable road in the world. It is situated at an altitude of 5360 meters and is named after a saint called Changla Baba. The pass is maintained by the Indian army. The drive covers a distance of 150 km in 5 to 6 hrs. There’s a signpost on the way to Leh which is a popular selfie point, you can click some pictures for memories. On reaching Leh, we will check-in at a hotel. In the evening you can roam around the Leh Market and shop for souvenirs as a remembrance of your trip and buy gifts for your friends or family. Head back to your hotel at night and rest at the hotel.
Your 11 days of toil is finally over. Today marks the end of the wonderful bicycle trip and you will check out from your hotel. We wish you a wonderful journey onwards.
First of all everyone to reach Leh.
You have to come to our hotel, once you book the trek our trek coordinator will share with you the hotel name, location and contact person number.
Choose any option to reach Leh
You can take any option of Manali Highway, Srinagar Highway or direct flight to go back from Leh. Our services are up to hotel only and hotel check out time is 10:30 AM.
1. Welcome drinks on arrival
2. 01 Room on twin sharing basis
3. Breakfast & Dinner is included at all places
4. 01 Night stay at Deluxe Tent in Nubra Valley
5. 01 Night stay at Deluxe Tent in Pangong Lake
6. 01 Night stay at Deluxe Tent in Chuchout
7. BONFIRE & BARBIQUE is included as per the itinerary at Chuchout
8. Royal Enfield Bike is included as per the itinerary (petrol is not included)
9. Cycle is included as per the itinerary
10. White water river rafting as per the itinerary
11. Xylo/Tempo/Eeco is included as per the itinerary
12. Inner Line Permit
13. Back up Vehicle & Machanic
14. Airport transfers are included
15. Kids below 6yrs are free
16. Kids below 11yrs will be charged only 50% of the trip fee
Note: Kids will share the room with the guardian.
1. Any expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry Any tips to hotel staff, local guides, drivers etc
2. Any meals apart from the ones mentioned above
3. Culture show at any places
4. Any Video / camera fees, Any services of guide , Monument entrance fee
5. Any extra costs incurred due to extension/change of the itinerary due to natural calamities road blocks, vehicle breakdown etc. factors beyond our control
6. Any expenses apart from the ones above
|LEH||PALACE VIEW/THE HERMITAGE/ Similar||03||Breakfast and Dinner|
|NUBRA VALLEY||D’NUBRA/SUMMER ECO CAMP/Similar||01||Breakfast and Dinner|
|PANGONG LAKE||100 sky CAMP/Similar||01||Breakfast and Dinner|
|CHUCHOUT||BHUMI RESORT AND CAMPING||01||Breakfast and Dinner|
|SABOO VILLAGE||Camping||01||Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner|
The fee can be paid by online transfer/Check deposit/Cash deposit/Demand draft. Instruction for payment will be forwarded along with your confirmation email. When your transfer is done, please e-mail us a confirmation mail with your transfer details, so that we can follow up your reservation efficiently.
For the cancellation of services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reasons, Trek The Himalayas must be notified of the same in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org At the time we receive your written cancellation, refunds based on the total fare are as follows.
Cancellations prior to 25 days from the start of the Trip
Cancellation between 24 days and 15 days to the start of the Trip
Cancellation between 14 days and 10 days to the start of the Trip
Cancellation less than 9 days to the start of the trek
If by a rare consequence TTH calls off/cancels a trek:
At TTH, we almost never call off or cancel our treks. But in the rare event that we do call off or cancel a trek due to any unforeseen circumstances or natural catastrophes like continuous rain or snow, thunderstorms, snowstorms, landslides, floods, earthquakes, or any other natural calamity that prevents us from carrying out a trek in a safe manner, unforeseeable circumstances like local riots, curfews, pandemics, lockdowns, government orders, or any such situations that prevents a safe trekking experience, TTH will issue a voucher summing up to the same amount as your trek fee. The voucher can be redeemed on any of the treks over a period of the next year.
In the rare event that TTH shifts a trek:
As we mention always, weather conditions at high altitudes are extremely unpredictable and can change at any time of any day. Also, situations like natural calamities or political unrest, pandemics and lockdowns, etc are out of our control and if an event cannot run under any such circumstances that we do not directly have control over then we will try to give you an alternative trek, which means your trek will be shifted from one trek to another, which will be safer and more favourable.
In these cases, a voucher is issued to mitigate the difference in cost between the two treks. You can redeem the voucher at any time over a period of one year from the date of issue. A refund fee or refund of the difference is not applicable.
Cash Voucher Terms:
Itineraries are based on information available at the time of planning and are subject to change. "Trek The Himalayas" reserves the right to change expedition dates, people or itineraries as conditions warrant. If a trip must be delayed or the itinerary changed due to bad weather, road conditions, transportation delays, government intervention, airline schedules, sickness, or other contingency for which TTH or its agents cannot make provision, the cost of delays and/or other changes are the responsibility of the participant. TTH reserves the right to decline, or accept, any individual as a trip member for any reason whatsoever.
|Back pack & rain cover||(50 - 60 ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps|
|Day pack + rain cove||20 - 30 ltr (If hire a mule or porter)|
|Walking stick||Advisable (At least one)|
|Water bottle/Hydration pack||2 bottles of one liter each, People who use hydration pack 1 hydration pack and 1 bottle of one liter, Carry at least one thermos flask.|
|Personal Medical Kit||Consult your doctor|
|Snacks||Energy bars, dry fruits, electral/ors|
|T-shirts||4 Full sleeves (Non-cotton)|
|Fleece T-shirts||1 Nos.|
|Fleece jacket||1 Nos. (Alternative: a woolen sweater)|
|Down feather / Hollofil jacket||1 Nos.|
|Wind & waterproof (jacket & pant)||1 Pair|
|Trek pants||3 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denims, capris)|
|Fleece/woolen gloves||1 Pair|
|Hand sanitizer||Antibacterial powder|
|Toothbrush and toothpaste||Lip balm / Chapstick|
|Toilet Paper & wipes||Quick dry towel|
|Head torch||1 Nos. (Avoid Hand torch)|
|Woolen cap||1 Nos.|
|Balaclava||1 Nos. (Optional)|
|Sunglasses||Dark with side cover, it should be U/V protected, People who wear spectacles- (A)- Use contact lenses. (B)- Photo chromatic glasses.|
|Trekking shoes||1 Pair (Waterproof, high ankle with good grip)|
|Cotton socks||6 pairs|
|Woolen socks||1 pairs|
|Gaiters||1 Pair (TTH will Provide)|
Fitness regime for:
Calculate Your BMI :
Congratulations, your body is in good conditions!
|Less than 16.5||Serverely Underweight|
|16.5 - 18.5||Underweight|
|18.5 - 25||Normal|
|25 - 30||Overweight|