Lamayuru - Padum Trek Tour

Duration : 13 Nights / 14 Days

Destination Covered : Leh Ladakh, Kargil

Price (Starting From) : On Request

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Tour Detail

Grade: Moderate to Challenging
Altitude: 5000 Mtrs
Best time to visit: Mid June - Mid October.

Certain precautions are necessary while trekking in wilderness of ladakh. As mentioned earlier, there is almost no immediate rescue operation unless somebody gets to leh in the first place. Acclimatization is of utmost importance and the trek routes you choose will depend on your body’s ability of physical endurance. Choose your tour operator wisely and understand the route and the probable risk involved, if any.

1. Follow a comfortable rate of ascent and walk at your own speed, not your fellow’s or guide’s.
2. Try to start your day early to avoid the intense non - heat as for most of the time you are less likely to get any shade enroute.
3. The altitude you sleep at is more important than how high you climb during the day. Therefore, remember ‘sleep low - climb high’. However high you may climb during the day, your night should not be higher by more than 300m than your previous night.
4. Although there is little rainfall, but in early or late seasons mild snowfall or rain may cause landslides at some prone areas, so watchout.
5. Occasionally, the trek might involve stream crossing. Most of these are easy one, but if current is strong or water is deep, wait. Since most of the streams are snowfed, the water flow will be at their lowest in early morning. Spot a wide and shallow area to across. Avoid crossing the stream bare foot. Mightier river should be crossed with security ropes or crossing in groups holding each other with arms. Carrying a stick would also help in shallow water.

1. Use only boiled or well cooked food.
2. Loosing appetite at high altitude is normal, but be careful. This may be an early sign of AMS.
3. Stream are generally clean, but may have been polluted upstream, by animals if not humans. Springs are best available source of natural water while trekking.
4. Avoid eating uncooked vegetables like salads as they have higher risk of being contaminated.
5. If there is any sign of AMS, do not ascend further. If problem persists go to lower altitude. You may start your ascend again as soon as the symptoms disappear.
6. Dehydration is common threat during trekking. Make sure to take sufficient fluid to remain healthy. Some trek rutes are particularly water scare, so take abundant back ups. You may carry some rehydration salts as well to on safer side.
7. Dry air of Ladakh often causes ore throat and a dry cough, you are therefore advised to carry suitable medicine.
8. Bedbug, lice, fleas and ticks may pose problem, particularly if you are staying in remote house.Train Fares
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Tour Itinerary


The early morning flight from Delhi gets to leh in less than two hours. From the airport guests would be transferred to a three star city hotel where they would be housed on full board. Leh is at an altitude of 3500mts. And all guests are advised to rest for the entire day. A successful trip in Ladakh requires you to acclimatize well.

Day 2: Leh - to lamayuru ( 3hrs)

Reach lamayuru from Leh or Srinagar in a vehicle. Wanla also has road connection to start the trek, it will reduce one day.

Day 3: Lamayuru - wanla ( 2 - 3 Hrs)

Gradual ascend, cross Prikiting La (3725m), a few tented tea shops, guest houses by passing wanla village. Also can visit the wanla monastery situated at the tophill of the village.

Day 4: Wanla - Hanupata. (6 - 7 Hrs)

Pass through the canyon, a relatively easy walk. A route just before half way leads to hinju, which may be joined to Markha trek or end short at Alchi.

Day 5: Hanupata - Photoksar (6 - 7Hrs)

Cross Sirisir La (4805m). Photoksar village little away from main route.

Day 6: Photoksar - sengge la base (5 - 6 Hrs)

May find tented shop at the base.

Day 7: Sengge la - Styangs (6 - 7 Hrs)

Cross sengge La 5000m, camp at styangs. From here another less traveled route diverts to the Zanskar valley route diverts to the Zanskar valley but rou have to miss Lingshed.

Day 8: Styangs - Lingshed (5 - 6 Hrs)

River crossing, cross Kyukpa la (3850m) and morgon La (4100m)

Day 9: LIngshed - Nyertse (8 Hrs)

Cross Hanamul La (4700m), a long climb, may find tented tea stals, a route from here goes to Rangdum.

Day 10: Nyertse - Pishu (6 - 7 Hrs)

Cross bridge and cross the last pass Parfi La (3900m). you have almost entered the Zanskar valley and can view the Zanskar river from the top. From the base it its plain walk on the bank of the river. You can cut short at Pidmo.

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  • Train Fares
  • Expenses Of Personal Nature
  • Insurance Of Any Kind
  • Alcoholic Drinks
  • Refreshments/Meals During The Road Journey And At Any Hotel/Guest House
  • Anything Not Mentioned Explicitly In The Above Program

Payments Terms

  • * Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount * Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • * Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount. * Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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