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Places to visit in Leh:
Turtuk is a picturesque village in the Nubra Valley of Ladakh, known for its unique culture and breathtaking landscapes. A trip to Leh Ladakh with a visit to Turtuk Village will undoubtedly be an enriching and adventurous experience, immersing you in the culture and natural beauty of this remote region. Here’s what you can expect on a trip to Leh Ladakh with a visit to Turtuk Village:
Your journey will likely begin in Leh, where you can explore the local markets, visit monasteries, and get acclimatized to the high altitude.
From Leh, you’ll head to Nubra Valley, which is known for its sand dunes, lush green villages, and the confluence of Shyok and Nubra rivers.
You’ll have the opportunity to cross the famous Khardung La pass, one of the highest motorable passes in the world.
- Diskit Monastery:
In Nubra Valley, you can visit the Diskit Monastery, home to a giant statue of Maitreya Buddha and offering stunning views of the surrounding landscapes.
This village in Nubra Valley is famous for its unique experience of riding Bactrian camels amidst the sand dunes.
- Turtuk Village:
The highlight of your trip will be a visit to Turtuk Village. It is one of the last villages in India before the Line of Control (LOC) with Pakistan. Turtuk was under Pakistani control until 1971 and was opened to tourists in 2010. The village offers a glimpse into the Balti culture and traditions, different from the rest of Ladakh. You can explore the village, interact with friendly locals, enjoy traditional Balti cuisine, and witness the beauty of apricot orchards and the Turtuk River.
On your way back from Turtuk, you can visit Panamik, known for its hot springs with supposed medicinal properties.
- Pangong Lake:
While Pangong Lake is not directly related to Turtuk, it is a must-visit destination in Ladakh. The stunning blue waters of the lake against the backdrop of barren mountains are truly captivating.
- Hemis Monastery:
If time allows, you may also visit Hemis Monastery, one of the largest and most famous monasteries in Ladakh, known for its annual Hemis Festival.
Leh to Nubra Valley:
Nubra Valley, a truly enchanting destination, boasts majestic mountains, dazzling lakes, and incomparable landmarks. The distance from Leh to Nubra Valley by road spans 159 kilometers, and the journey takes approximately four hours and forty minutes. Keep in mind that an Inner Line Permit is mandatory to visit Nubra Valley, obtainable either in person from Leh’s DM office or conveniently through the online platform. For foreign travelers, a Protected Area permit is required, which can only be obtained through a registered travel agent. You’ll find three routes to Nubra Valley from Leh: the Khardung La road, Wari La, and Agham Shyok road.
Khardung La road:
It is the most popular, easiest, and quickest route, favored by more than 90% of tourists visiting Nubra Valley. Travelers take the road from Leh towards Khardung La, passing through the village of Khardung and reaching Khalsar before beholding the charismatic view of Nubra Valley. This route covers a total distance of 350 to 450 kilometers, including the round trip from Nubra Valley back to Leh.
Wari La route:
It is less commonly used to reach Nubra Valley. It appeals to those who wish to proceed straight from Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso without returning to Leh. However, this path entails a longer journey and increased travel duration, making it a choice mainly for adventurous souls who seek the challenge of driving through more difficult terrain.
Agham Shyok road:
The trail along the Agham Shyok road is the most demanding route to Nubra Valley. It lacks proper roads, filled with rough rocks and broken pathways, making it less accessible for travel. However, if avoiding a return to Leh is a priority, this route can be taken, as it offers a travel time of just six hours.
In conclusion, Nubra Valley beckons with its magical allure, and regardless of the chosen route, the journey promises unforgettable experiences amidst the breathtaking landscapes of Ladakh. So, embark on this adventure, and let the wonders of Nubra Valley captivate your soul.
Things not to miss in Leh Ladakh Trip:
- Indulge in the delightful flavors of Thukpa, a traditional Ladakhi delicacy, served at The Tibetan Kitchen restaurant.
- Relax and unwind at Lala’s Art Café while savoring a tall glass of authentic Italian coffee.
- Embark on an exhilarating river rafting adventure at Sangam, the world’s highest river-rafting point.
- Experience a unique camel ride atop the remarkable double-humped (Bactrian) camels found exclusively in the enchanting Nubra Valley.
- Treat yourself to the mouthwatering taste of Maggi noodles at the Khardungla Pass, a must-try high-altitude delight.
- Explore the vibrant Leh Market and pick up charming souvenirs for your loved ones back home.
Best time to visit Ladakh:
The best time to visit Ladakh is during the summer months from late May to early September. The weather is pleasant, and temperatures range from 15°C to 30°C, making it ideal for sightseeing, trekking, and outdoor activities. Most mountain passes and roads are open, providing easy access to popular destinations like Pangong Lake and Nubra Valley. Additionally, the region is alive with vibrant festivals during this time. Avoid the harsh winter (October to March) when temperatures plummet, roads close, and access becomes limited. Summer offers the best combination of comfortable weather and accessible exploration in this breathtaking Himalayan region.
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Leh Ladakh Tour Package with Turtuk Itinerary
After arrival at Leh Airport, you would be transferred to hotel for check-in. Today you are free for leisure & acclimatization. This way you can explore the Leh town and also become familiar with the high altitude climate. Overnight at hotel in Leh.
After breakfast, drive downstream along the river Indus on Leh – Kargil highway. And start your sightseeing at the Hall of Fame (museum
constructed by the Indian Army) near Leh is worth a visit for every Indian, and proceed further to Gurudwara Patthar Sahib, Nestled deep in the
Himalayas. A drive of another 4 km will take you to Magnetic Hill, which defies the law of gravity & further driving through a picturesque landscape, you will reach the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar river. After visiting the above places, you will drive back to Lehenroute, visit Spituk Monastery, and later return to Leh. The rest of the day is free on your own.
Post breakfast; you will drive to Nubra Valley. The road journey from Leh to Nubra Valley passes over Khardung La (The Highest Motorable Road In
The World) at 5,602 Mtrs / 18,390 Ft, around 39 km from Leh. From the pass, one can see all the way south over the Indus Valley to seemingly
endless peaks and ridges of the Zanskar range and north to the giants of the Saser massif. Nubra Valley is popularly known as Ldumra or the
Valley of flowers. It is situated in the north of Ladakh between the Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas. The average altitude of the valley is 10,000 Ft. above sea level.
Upon arrival in Nubra, you will check in at our Camp / Hotel in Hunder for an overnight stay. In the evening, you can walk around the tiny villages to see how the locals live in this part of the world. A visit to a Ladakhi home can be arranged. Overnight Stay at the Camp or Hotel.
After breakfast, leave for a visit to Turtuk. Turtuk is about as close as you can get to Pakistan in India, physically and literally. This delightful village is crunched into the narrowing Shyok river valley in the furthest corner of India, right at the tip-top of the map. Only when the Indo-Pakistan war ended in 1971, Turtuk (together with five other Balti villages) was then included within the Indian line of border control. It remained off-limits until a few years ago, keeping it well off the beaten track. Turtuk is a treat – culturally intact, untainted by tourism and simply delightful. Return to Nubra Valley for overnight stay.
After breakfast, check out and head for Pangong Tso via Shyok. Travel time is approximately 5-6 hrs. On arrival at Pangong, check into
camp for overnight stay
Leisure day on own. Laze around the lake today, have a relaxed day, walk around the area, explore the villages, meet the locals, and
peek into the Ladakhi culture. Overnight at Pangong.
Wake up to the calls of the migratory birds this morning. Indulge in the walk beside the lake or go for a photography splurge. Later depart for Leh
enroute visit Hemis Gompa. On arrival at Leh, check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free on your own. Overnight in Leh.
Tour concludes. Thanks you for your patronage. Transfer to Leh Airport to catch the flight to your onward Destination.