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Leh Ladakh with Pangong Lake

Welcome to the World's Summit A representative will greet you upon arrival in Leh and assist with a seamless transfer to the accommodation. Once you get at your hotel, finish the check-in procedures and have a restful day. Savor a substantial breakfast at the hotel while you progressively adjust to the weather. After attending a briefing, begin your evening sightseeing with a visit to the exquisitely built Shanti Stupa, which honors the 2500-year history of Buddhism. Explore the 17th-century Leh Palace to gain insight into the city's illustrious past.  Afterwards, go shopping for Tibetan handicrafts at the nearby Leh Market or visit several cafes to sample the delectable Ladakhi food. Go back to the hotel and have a delicious meal. Spend the night at the Leh hotel.

Exploring Leh's Boundaries Enjoy a substantial breakfast and a stunning mountain sunrise as you wake up. Prepare yourself for an exciting journey to "Sham Valley," which is exquisitely tucked away along the Srinagar–Leh highway. Visit the Hall of Fame to honor the soldiers who lost their lives in the Indo-Pak War before beginning your sightseeing. Explore the Spituk Gompa, which is home to a museum with antique masks, weaponry, and Thangkas (Buddhist paintings) on display. Experience the delectable langar at Gurudwara Pathar Sahib and learn about the history of the army's construction of this Gurudwara. A short section of road known as Magnetic Hill defies gravity and is an intriguing spot to explore today. Go to the Indus Sangam Viewpoint to witness the Zanskar and Indus Rivers coming together. Visit SECMOL, the actual school for three idiots. Go back to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay in Leh after an exciting and adventurous day.

Traveling to the World's Highest Motorable Road (18000 feet) Prepare for the ultimate experience in the morning after eating a nutritious breakfast. You will encounter constantly shifting vistas of the desolate terrain as you go over some of the world's highest passes. Experience the feeling of being on top of the world by stopping at a cafe on Khardung-La Pass, the highest motorable road in the world, and taking in the breathtaking views. Following a breathtaking trip to Khardung La Pass, you can return to Leh. After you return to Leh, spend some free time exploring Mall Road and shopping for gifts for your loved ones. Spend the night in a Leh hotel.

Reenact the Notable Bollywood Scenes Get up early and enjoy a delicious breakfast. As you prepare to visit Pangong Lake on the border between China and India, this is the most anticipated day of the trip. Pangong Tso, one of the highest altitude saltwater lakes, will welcome you with hues that shift from blue to green to crimson. With views of the mountains and the Shyok River on two sides, take some time to explore the area around Pangong Lake. Additionally, you may experience the location in true Bollywood style by recreating some of the scenes from your favorite Bollywood films, such as Jab Tak Hai Jaan and 3-idiots. Make a brief stop at the Chang-la Pass, one of the world's highest mountain passes, on your route back to Leh. Also worth a visit is the Chang-la Cafe, which is situated directly on the Changla Pass. See the Changla Baba Temple at the summit, which is thought to be the guardian of those who come to Chang La and is whence the pass acquired its name. Visit the Druk Padma School as well, which is well-known for being the location of the final scene in the film "3 Idiots." If time permits, one might also stop at the exquisitely designed Thiksey Monastery en route. When he got to Leh, he went straight to your hotel. Spend the night in a Leh hotel.

The Mountains Must Be Said Goodbye Make sure to finish the hotel's check-out procedures after eating breakfast. You will subsequently be driven to the airport to continue your travels. Bid farewell to your fellow travelers and this enchanted country as you depart from Leh.

Leh Ladakh with Pangong Lake





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Pick-up and Drop

Leh Airport

Highlights of the Tour

  • See Pangong Lake, the tallest saltwater lake in the world, which shifts from blue to green to red.
  • Experience the surge of adrenaline coursing through your veins as you traverse Khardung La, the highest motorable pass in the world.
  • Go to SECMOL, the actual 3-idiots school that Dr. Sonam Wangchuk created.
  • See the well-known Magnetic Hill, a mystical location that defies gravity.
  • Travel to Ladakh in perfectly clean lodging and cars for the highest level of safety and comfort.


About the Tour:

As the entire journey is chosen solely by Thrillophilia's outdoor experts, be ready to fulfill your goal of taking a road trip across Ladakh, where you will experience the unique blend of thrill, tranquil beauty, and culture of the "Land of High Passes". You get a sense of being on top of the world after a fantastic trip through Leh-Ladakh, a region full of snow-capped mountains and the highest motorable crossings. Ladakh's terrain is special because it combines mountains, forests, deserts, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls into one stunning and dynamic landscape.



  • A cozy car (Tavera, Scorpio, Tempo Traveler, or comparable) for sightseeing every day in accordance with the schedule.
  • Airport pickup and drop-off times based on your flights
  • Accommodations in regular Gusethouses, campers, and homestays are available at all places on a double (for couples & special requests) or triple sharing basis.
  • Buffett Breakfast and Dinner: According to the itinerary, breakfast is served on the last day and dinner is served on the first.
  • Fuel according to the timetable throughout the entire journey
  • Guaranteed inner-line permissions and Ladakh Union charges
  • A knowledgeable driver the whole way
  • Oxygen cylinder and basic first aid during the tour; costs for the driver, tolls, fuel, and parking


Price Starting from 15,500/- per person


Items to Remember:

  • Experience traditional Ladakhi food, known as thukpa, at The Tibetan Kitchen restaurant.
  • Enjoy a big glass of Italian coffee and relax at Lala's Art Café.
  • Rafting on the world's highest river, Sangam Experience the amazing double-humped (Bactrian) camels that can only be found in the Nubra Valley
  • Savor mouthwatering Maggi near the Khardungla-pass.
  • Purchase mementos for loved ones at the Leh Market.


How to Reach:

Flying is the most convenient way to get to Ladakh. Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport (IXL), which is situated in Leh, is the closest airport. Delhi and other international airports in India are connected to this airport. Flights from Srinagar, Jammu, Chandigarh, and other popular Indian locations are also received by it.

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Frequently asked Questions:

Leh Ladakh offers breathtaking landscapes, pristine lakes, and a unique cultural experience, while Pangong Lake is renowned for its stunning blue waters and picturesque surroundings, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

The best time to visit Leh Ladakh and Pangong Lake is during the summer months, from May to September, when the weather is pleasant and the roads are open for travel. However, Pangong Lake remains frozen during the winter months and is accessible only via Chadar Trek.

The most common way to reach Leh Ladakh is by air via the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh. From Leh, you can hire a taxi or join a guided tour to reach Pangong Lake, which is approximately a 5-6 hour drive away.

There are various accommodation options near Pangong Lake, ranging from luxury camps and resorts to budget guesthouses and homestays. Staying in camps near the lake offers a unique experience amidst nature.

Yes, Indian tourists need to obtain an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Pangong Lake and other restricted areas in Ladakh. Foreign tourists require a Protected Area Permit (PAP) to visit these areas, which can be obtained through registered tour operators.

At Pangong Lake, you can indulge in activities such as photography, camping by the lakeside, birdwatching, taking a leisurely walk along the shore, or simply enjoying the serene beauty of the surroundings.

While it's possible to visit Pangong Lake on a day trip from Leh, it's recommended to stay overnight near the lake to fully appreciate its beauty and tranquility, especially during sunrise and sunset.

It's essential to pack warm clothing, including thermals, jackets, hats, and gloves, as temperatures in Ladakh can drop significantly, especially at night. Additionally, don't forget to carry sunscreen, sunglasses, and a reusable water bottle.

Travelers to Leh Ladakh should be aware of the risks associated with high altitudes, including altitude sickness. It's advisable to acclimatize gradually, stay hydrated, avoid strenuous activities, and carry necessary medications such as Diamox (acetazolamide) for altitude sickness.

While visiting Pangong Lake, you can also explore nearby attractions such as the Chang La Pass, one of the highest motorable passes in the world, and the picturesque village of Spangmik, known for its scenic beauty and local culture.