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Nubra Valley

3 Days jeep tour to Nubra Valley in Ladakh.

Comprising the riverbeds of the Shayok and Nubra Rivers, the Nubra Valley derives its name from the Ladakhi word Ldumra, meaning "valley of flowers". The around 3000m low-altitude valley lies about 50km to the north of the Indus Valley and is bordering on the Karakoram Range. It is reached via the 5602m high KHARDONG LA pass, supposedly the highest motorable road in the world. 

A beautiful sight in the Nubra Valley are the Bactrian Camels, who were previously used on the many caravans passing from the Silk Route to the Indus Valley. One visits the interesting monasteries of Sumur, Diskit and Hundar and is in the opportunity to enjoy a medicinal bath at one of the hot springs in Panamik, a previous major stopover for the caravans.

Trip Level:

Easy

Destination:

India

Starts At:

Leh

Ends At:

Leh

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Leh - Nubra Valley (Hundar Guesthouse)
Day 02: Nubra Valley (Nubra Valley village campsite)
Day 03: Nubra Valley - Leh

Day 01-03 Nubra Valley cultural tour: Transfer from Leh to Nubra Valley, cross Khardong La (5.602m) on day 1 and from Nubra Valley to Leh on day 3.
In the Nubra Valley visit the interesting monasteries of Sumur, Diskit and Hundar and is in the opportunity to enjoy a medicinal bath at one of the hot springs in Panamik, a previous major stopover for the caravans.

Cost Include

  • Transfer by private car
  • Special Nubra Valley permit
  • Guest house in Hundar
  • Campsite in Sumur (or other village)

 

Cost Exclude

  • English speaking guide on request, extra cost 20 Euro a day