Delhi, capital of India; Amritsar, the holy city of the Sikhs with its golden temple; Dharamsala, the residence of the Dalai Lama with the “Valley of Flowers” of Ladakh, the Nubra Valley is majestic; a group of crops grown in the middle of an arid desert, surrounded by the Karakoram Range and crossed by rivers (Nubra means garden)


Departure from Italy with a scheduled flight to Delhi. Upon arrival customs formalities, meeting with our representative, and transfer to hotel for overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel and a Guided tour in Italian of the old city, a charming and picturesque maze of narrow streets, divided into two parts by the Via dell’Argento, a colorful and lively succession of shops and bazaars. In the same area you can visit the Jama Masjid, one of the largest mosques in the world, built in 1650. Afternoon visit of New Delhi with its most important monuments: the Qutub Minar complex, the Mausoleum of Emperor Humayun and the government buildings from the colonial era in front of the India Gate. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.


Early in the morning and transfer to the railway station for departure to Amritsar by Shatabadi train at 07:20 (about 6 hours of the journey). Arrival around 13:25 and transfer to the hotel. Afternoon visit of the city. Amritsar, founded about 400 years ago, is famous for the Golden Temple, a sacred place of worship for Sikhs. The marble building stands in the middle of an artificial lake and combines Muslim style with Hindu elements. The dome, which represents an inverted lotus flower, was covered in 1802 with over 100 kilos of pure gold, followed by an excursion to Bagha Border “the border of India and Pakistan to attend the closing ceremony. A huge crowd follows the event on both sides of the border siding with the respective nation with cheers that are incited by a voice at the microphone, while the guards, elated by so much participation, march up and down in military steps so exaggerated in size as to be ridiculous and seem like a farce. On both sides the guards even shake hands before closing the gate for the night and lowering the flags. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 04: AMRITSAR – DHARAMSALA (197 Km. – 6 hours approx.)

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Dharamsala, residence of the Dalai Lama. Arrival and accommodation at the hotel. Afternoon visits Buddhist temples in Dharamsala. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 05: DHARAMSALA – MANDI – MANALI (253 Km. – 7 hours approx.)

Long day’s transfer to get to Manali, one of the most important mountain tourist centers in India, famous for its flora and fauna: brown and black bears, ibex, roe deer, leopards, black panthers, etc. Along the way, visit of Mandi: an ancient center not without a certain charm, it was the capital of a small Rajput principality that entered the British orbit in 1846. Continuation to Manali. Upon arrival accommodation in a hotel for dinner and overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel and visit of the beautiful town at the foot of the Rohtang Pass. The old part of the village is interesting, with traditional houses, and the Hadimba temple, from 1553, entirely built in wood. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 07: MANALI – KEYLONG (115 km. 6 hours approx)

Day of transfer and acclimatization through the Himalayan pass of Rohtang La (3978 meters above sea level) is one of the highest passable mountain passes in the world. We reach Keylong , the ancient capital of the principality of Lahul Spiti. Dinner and overnight in a tented camp.

DAY 08: KEYLONG – SARCHU (165 km. 8 hours approx)

After breakfast departure for Sarchu. Descend towards the Darcha plain and climb up towards the Baralacha pass (4883 meters above sea level) to enter the easternmost basin of Zanskar. Dinner and overnight in a tented camp.

DAY 09: SARCHU – LEH (233 km. 8 hours approx)

In a mountain landscape of rare beauty we cross the Zanskar ranges to Leh. You cross the Lachlung pass (5060 meters asl) and then reach the highest pass of the route, the Taglang pass (5328 meters asl). You descend into semi-desert valleys passing through the pastures of Rumtse, Gya, and Meru. Glaciers in the distance, rocky peaks, tiny plots of farmland – gorgeous! Arrive in Leh in the evening. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast visit the Tibetan monastery of Spitok and Leh. A visit to the Tibetan monasteries of Ladakh offers a unique opportunity to meet the world of those who fled to Nepal in the face of the Chinese invasion and, from here, fled to the Ladakh valley so similar to Tibet. The temples, well preserved and sometimes animated by the presence of the faithful, express a particular but extremely interesting art. Spitok: is a set of buildings which have been recognized as originating from the 15th century. Phyang: main monastery of the Drugungpa sect, founded in the 16th century. Visit of the royal palace in Stok. In the afternoon visit of Leh and its important palace/palace. Overnight in Leh. The palace of Leh, although very much in ruins, illustrates the greatness and wealth of this Tibetan lordship. The style and the grandeur of the buildings is clearly inspired by the Potala in Lhasa. Dinner and overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel and visit the monasteries of Shey, Thiksey, and Hemis. Shey: traveling through the Indus valley in an incredibly verdant natural setting due to newly sprouted barley, you reach Shey , a complex which includes a very ruined royal palace and a gompa of the grupta sect. Thiksey : imposing building, one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh (15th century), controlled by the Gelukpa sect, it is perhaps the most populated monastery of monks, the one where it is easier to attend, especially early in the morning, highly suggestive ceremonies. The place is lovely, the view of the Indus valley is splendid. Hemis : very famous monastery. Its collection of tankes, sculptures and paintings is absolutely one of the most important in Tibetan culture. In the evening return to Leh. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

DAY 12: LEH – NUBRA VALLEY (150 km. 4 hours approx)

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for the Nubra Valley, crossing the Khardung La pass (5606 m) considered the highest in the world, arriving at the Nubra Valley, recently opened to tourism. This was the passage of the old caravan route between eastern Tibet and Turkistan through the Karakoram pass. The inhabitants of the villages of the valley, mostly Buddhists, practice polyandry, an ancient tradition whereby brothers share the same wife. Visit to Somur where the old Samling Gompa is located. Dinner and overnight.


After breakfast excursion in this region, in a spectacular desert landscape that already evokes the scenarios of Central Asia. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 14: NUBRA VALLEY – LEH (150 km. 4 hours approx)

Breakfast and departure for Leh retracing the outward route. Afternoon free to complete the visit of the city and to stroll through markets and shops full of handicrafts. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.


After breakfast departure by flight to Delhi, arrival in Delhi and accommodation at the hotel near the airport. Rest of the day at leisure for relaxation or personal activities. Dinner at the hotel and around 10.30 pm transfer to the international airport.


Departure with a scheduled flight to Italy and overnight on board. On the early morning arrival in Italy.

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