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Top of the World - Ladakh & Kashmir

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Incredible Indian Tours

  • Locations

    Jammu and Kashmir, India

  • Activities

    Cultural Immersion, Lifestyle

  • Price
    From: $4890 USD per person
  • Duration

    22 days

  • Avg Distance

    2350km

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    June 14, 2018

  • Starting Location

    Delhi

  • Price Includes

    All accommodation, transport in SUVs, many meals, guides, sightseeing.

Highlights

  • The historic toy train ride up the mountain to Shimla
  • Experience the spectacular Manali - Leh Highway
  • Amazing Buddhist culture, ancient monasteries, stupas and villages
  • The highest desert on earth complete with sand dunes and camels in Nubra Valley, Ladakh
  • Soak up the stunning ambience of Dal Lake in Srinagar

Trip Info

This is a very exotic Himalayan adventure across the Top of the World.

First we journey to Ladakh through Himachal Pradesh, visiting Shimla, the old British summer capital and Manali, famous for adventure sports and its traditional village life before driving the spectacular Manali – Leh highway.

In and around Leh we explore the Nubra Valley, a high altitude desert, complete with sand dunes and camels and also experience the colourful and ancient Hemis Festival.

Heading west we drive through the upper Himalayas, visiting ancient monasteries and Ladakhi villages along one of the most stunning drives in the world to Kashmir, and Srinagar, summer holiday mecca of India.

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Incredible Indian Tours

Since 2006, we have been operating small group tours, aiming to provide a unique and personalized experience, offering a more local touch, yet from a western perspective. Our Incredible group tours now cover India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Burma. Some of our tours are for women only, however most trips are for mixed groups. We take only very small groups ranging from a minimum of four to a maximum of 10 and all of our group tours have an Australian tour guide living in India. In addition we use local guides in each location.

Reviews

  1. 5 out of 5

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    This is absolutely the best trip I have done. Every day was a WOW day. The scenery was stunning and totally unexpected. There were unplanned surprises along the way which were accommodated effortlessly. The small group was taken care of admirably. Lots of different types of accommodation but all highly acceptable.
    Great trip but if you don’t like road trips it may be challenging.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This is an incredible journey and one not to be missed. You are immersed in the landscape, the people and the culture in a wide variety of activities and experiences, with all logistics professionally taken care of by Deb Kindness and her team. Lots of beautiful surprises along the way. This is what I have come to expect from Incredible India Tours and Deb Kindness – Himalayan Adventure & Hemis Festival 2017 was my fourth trip with them.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    This trip without a doubt was one of the most incredible journeys i have ever done. From the overnight train in Delhi (always a great experience) connecting to the Toy Shimla train. Mcleod Ganj, Manali and then over the Himalayas. We made 10 Crossings of the mighty Himalayas, crossed the highest motorable pass in the world @ 5602m twice, 2nd highest once @5400m, 3rd highest twice @ 5360m and 5 other passes from 3860m to 5000m. To meet Tibetan people and travel the Northern part of India from Ladakh / Leh and Pangong Lake in the East to Kashmir / Srinagar in the West. Staying in excellent motels, Tents x 3, Houseboat and train.

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