Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges abound mightiest mountain ranges Ladakh is so amazing place to visit. Ladakh is a high-altitude desert, thus, summer temperatures rarely exceed about 85 degrees but winter temperatures can plummet to -20 degrees. The remoteness and awesome high-altitude landscape of Ladakh are a few of the numerous attractions to adventure visitors. Tibetian style traditions and lifestyles are prevailing in Ladakh. For close to 900 years, Ladakh was an independent kingdom, its dynasties descendent from the king of old Tibet. The Markha Valley (the heart of Ladakh, known as little Tibet)trek is one of the most beautiful in Ladakh. It includes an exciting crossing of the Zanskar River by trolley or Jola Bridge at the village of Chiling. This fascinating Markha Valley Trek provides us with tremendous views of mountains, gorges, and an arid landscape dotted with villages with their colourful fields of mustard and barley. Beyond this trek offer religion, social structure, day to day activities and areas of historical and ancient importance. The hospitality of people can make a good experience in life. In addition to this Living in a local family, participating in their daily activities, working with them in farm-lands and enjoying with children etc may add flavour to the tour. Since 1974, when Ladakh first became accessible to foreign visitors, this high and arid region has captured the imagination of adventure travellers. This itinerary between Ladakh and Zanskar offers a large diversity of landscapes, from the jagged Kongmaru La pass (5000 m) to the green oasis of the Markha valley with breathtaking views on the Korakoram snow-capped peaks. Many scattered high villages, each with irrigated fields of barley and potatoes, add colour to this otherwise quite barren environment and provide the chance to meet the Ladakh peasants in the simplicity of their daily life. Markha will be an opportunity to visit the old monastery, famous for its paintings.
1. Flight ticket (Kathmandu - Delhi-Kathmandu).
2. Pick up and Drop Facilities
3. One Full day of sightseeing in Kathmandu and India
5. Types of equipment such as tents, kitchen utensils, etc.
6. An English-speaking guide along with cook kitchen staff.
7. Luggage transfer by horses.
8. National Park fee
1. International Airfares
2. Visa to India
3. Travel insurance
4. Bar bills (beer, soda pop, water etc.) and other personal expenses.
5. Rescue & emergency cost
6. Extra cost due to a landslide for hiring additional transportation
7. Tips to Staff and drivers
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