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Package  : AITP / Ladakh Tour - 03 (Manali Ladakh Trek) )

Tour Destination :

Tour Duration :
  22 Nights / 23 Days
Day 1: Arrive Delhi, meet and transfer to Hotel. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 2: Take the dramatic morning flight to Kullu, then continue by jeep to Manali.

Day 3: Day free to explore Manali. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 4: We spend an additional day in the Kullu valley, to explore the surrounding region.

Day 5: Trek out of Manali to the open meadow of Lamadug.

Day 6: Trek to Riyali, just above the treeline.

Day 7: Continue to the base camp of Kali Yani pass.

Day 8: Rest day in this spectacular natural setting at the base of the pass.

Day 9: Over Kali Yani Pass (4725 metres) to our streamside camp at Donku Thach.

Day 10: Continue down valley to the shepherd camp at Lamapar.

Day 11: Through a verdant valley with peaks all around to our camp at Dalmarhi.

Day 12: We reach our first village in 7 days, Barabhangal.

Day 13: A rest day in the fascinating medireview village of Barabhangal.

Day 14: A steady climb to our camp at the base of Thamser Pass.

Day 15: Over Thamser Pass (4570 metres) to Pannatu.

Day 16: Along the river and through the woods to the tiny settlement of Palachak.

Day 17: We are now in more inhabited country and we pass several small villages on the way to our camp at the village of Biling.

Day 18: We continue down to the Tibetan refugee camp at Bir, then travel by jeep to McLeod Ganj, home of Tibet's government-in-exile.

Day 19-20: We spend two additional days in McLeod Ganj to visit the Tibetan library, local Buddhist monasteries, and the town's colorful marketplace.

Day 21: We travel by jeep to Amritsar, site of the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine of the Sikh religion. Overnight there.

Day 22: Early morning Express train to Delhi. Check in Hotel. Stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 23: Depart-Delhi, Transfer to airport for flight to onwards journey.

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