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Nomads Land

Price 1350 ₹ * 13 Days
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Nomads Land

1350 ₹ * per person

The mesmerizing beauty if the eastern Ladakh (Changthang) is no doubt is famous not only in India but also in the world. This is the place of Ladakh where you find hundreds of species of migratory birds and some rare wild animals, most of all the Nomads of Changthang.

Best time
May to Sept End
Inner-line permit Requirements
Yes for both Indians and Foreigners
No of days required

1. Entry fee to all the monasteries, Toll fee, permit to all the restricted areas.

2. Transportation Backup :

a). Innova Car for Luxury & Super deluxe package

b). Mahindra Xylo/Tempo Traveller for Deluxe Package

c). Backup Car (small truck) Normal Standard Package

3. Oxygen Cylinder

4. First aid kits.

5. GST Tax

6. Stay at Guesthouse/ Camp/Resort on MAP basis.

7. Mountain Bike (7/8/9/10 x 3 speed, depending on the demand) with Helmet

8. Technician and Guide (On demand)

9. Extra Bike (Backup on demand)

10. Tented accommodation with staff (on demand)

11. Gloves, Knee and elbow guards….etc

12. Guide ( provided only on demand)

  1. Beverages alcoholic and non-alcoholic, which are not included in the package.
  2. Lunch (if the package is on MAP basis).
  3. Camels ride cost in Nubra Valley.
  4. Medical expenses/Insurance by any case.
  5. Air Tickets
  6. Bike insurance (Incase something happens to the bike while in your possession, you have to pay fully
  7. Extra gears like riding shoes/ saddle ……etc

  1. Water bottle/Hydration pack
  2. Personal Medical Kit consulted by your doctor
  3. Sun cap
  4. Woollen cap.
  5. Sunglass (U/V protected)
  6. T-shirts Full sleeves
  7. Down Jacket
  8. Sunscreen cream SPF 50+
  9. Hand sanitiser
  10. Moisturiser
  11. Antibacterial powder
  12. Lip balm
  13. Toothbrush and toothpaste etc

13 Days
10+ Age
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
Day 1 : Arrival at Leh airport.Whole day rest for acclimatisation.
Coming straight to the altitude of min 3,200 m from a much lower place can cause some health problems. So to avoid that, we suggest our guest to take complete rest for a day to get acclimatised. Later there will be a briefing of the program by the agent or by the company representative. Overnight in Leh
Day 2: Sightseeing around Leh and then checking of the bikes
After breakfast, you will be taken on a short walk around Leh city and after the lunch take possession of your mountain bikes and gears.Overnight in Leh
Day 3 : Visit to Thiksey and Hemis monastery.
Third day is good to get out doing some sightseeing because you are already acclimatised. So we will Start by visiting Hemis and Thiksey monastery. First you will be taken to Hemis monastery in a car and the you will ride back from there till Thiksey where you will be served hot lunch after the monastery visit. after a hot lunch at Chamba restaurant.You continue riding back to Leh or drive back. Overnight in Leh.
Day 3 : Leh - Upshi - Himya (85 Kms)
After an early breakfast we ride 47 Kms south east towards the small post at Upshi on the Manali Leh Highway. From here leaving the highway we continue due east towards the small village of Himya about 35 Kms where we camp for the night.Overnight in Camp
Day 4 : Himya - Chumathang (60 Kms)
After an early breakfast we start our ride to the village of Chumathang at 3965 meters. Chumathang is famous all over Ladakh and Zanskar for its medicinal hot springs that are reputed to heal all kinds of body pain. We set up camp near this village for the night.Overnight in Camp
Day 5 : Chumathang - Puga Sumdo (40 Kms)
The ride today goes through a spectacular landscape so typical of Ladakh till we reach the Mahe Bridge 23 Kms away. From here we cross over and ride 14 Km through a narrow green gorge to the village of Sumdo. We camp near the village. In the evening we explore the small monastery that houses several well preserved paintings and images.Overnight in Camp
Day 6 : Puga Sumdo - Korzok (Tsomoriri Lake)
After breakfast we leave for the village of Korzok at the northern end of the spectacular Tsomoriri Lake.The 43 Km ride goes through vast shrub land surrounded by rolling hills that acquire fantastic hues and colours ranging from deep purple to crimson and desert brown with the traverse of the sun. We also pass a small turquoise lake - the Thatsang Tso. From here riding through shrub land populated with colonies of Marmots (Phya in Ladakhi) we reach the village of Korzok at 4572 meters on the northern lakeshore. We set up camp near the village on the shores of this fascinating lake.Overnight in Camp/Resort
Day 7 : Korzok (Tsomoriri Lake)
A relaxed day at the lake where we get to walk around this beautiful lake 24 Km long lake at an altitude of 4242 meters. During this season we get to see thousands of migratory birds gliding on the lake which include geese, duck while around the lake you can spot the resident species of white-winged redstart, robin accentor, Asian martin, white-throated dipper and finches.Overnight in Camp/Resort
Day 8 : Korzok - Tsokar.
After an early breakfast we head towards another breathtaking lake at 4485 meters, the Tsokaror salt lake. We head back to the small village of Puga where we turn west to cross the Pologongka la at 4940 meters emerging into a vast plateau of stunted grass and shrubs. This vast plain sustains an amazing variety of wild life including the Kyang (Tibetan Wild Ass), the Woolly Hare, Tibetan Wolf, Red Fox, colonies of Marmots and Pica and the rarely spotted subtle Snow leopard. The bird life includes a number of resident species like the Himalayan Snow Cock, Common and Fork Tailed Swift, Sand and Eurasian Crag Martin and a host of others. The other very visible birds are the large lammergeyer and the Himalayan Griffon circling in the thermal currents high above.Overnight in Camp
Day 9 : Tsokar - Debring.
We ride through the vast pasture lands of the More Plains to reach Debring 4800 meters on the main Manali - Leh highway.The More plains is also the summer home of the nomadic Changpa shepherds whom you can spot with their large herds of sheep and goats in this plateau living out of their black yak skin tents. Debring lies below the Tanglang la and we camp here for the night.Overnight in Camp
Day 10 : Debring - Upshi (56 Kms)
We begin our ascent to the Tanglang La at 5303 meters the world's third highest motorable pass. From here the switchback road winds far down into the Indus Valley and 56 Kms later we reach the small village of Upshi. We camp in the oasis like Gya campsite set amidst a yawning canyon.Overnight at Camp
Day 11 : Upshi - Leh (55 Kms).
Today after breakfast we begin our ride through the spread out Indus Valley along the Indus River till we reach Leh by lunchtime.Overnight in Hotel at Leh
Day 12 : Ret and souvenir shopping. Shanti Stupa visit for Sunset.
Enjoy free day before you leave by spending some quality time in the market.Overnight in Hotel
Day 13 : Departure


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