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Our quelity service is to all our clients and to Overseas partners and we provide resanable cost . Offering you competitive price does not mean that we sacrifice our service level. we are being 100% locally operated adventure travel company in Nepal we normally keep reasonable cost for our Products from our net profit 2% we give to charity especially in education and health of poor childrens in remote area of Nepal Dirctly to them we make sure get it to the right peaple we hope our small help will bring bright future of the childrens of the remote villages, thank you everyone!!!
All the Itinararies and trekking routes operated by Adventure 14 Peaks have been fully developed with the support of our guides. We constantly search and explore new trekking routes across the country to let our clients experience spectacular beauty and culture. Each adventure tour itinerary has been properly evaluated and verified as per the trails feasibility, attractiveness, lodge facility, security, distance coverage and walking hours in order to be able to give our clients as much a true description of about the programs. When we develop a new trekking route, we thoroughly and constantly check the itinerary through our guides’ trip reports. If we identify a problem in any
Adventure 14 Peaks is greatly concerned with health and safety of our clients as well as team. All our outdoor staff members are well insured. Considering health and safety of our clients, we stress priority to hygienic food to high altitude sickness remed
Ladakh is a district in Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that as of now reaches out from the manali or flight from Delhi mountain extent to the primary Great Himalayas toward the south, possessed by individuals of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan plummet. It is a standout amongst the most meagerly populated areas in Jammu and Kashmir and its way of life and history are firmly identified with that of Tibet. On the off chance that its the peace, peacefulness and old culture that draws in you the most, Ladakh is the spot to set out toward. It has effectively held its old social legacy and still untouched by the influxes of innovation. The occupants are straightforward and dependably wear an enchanting grin on their appearances notwithstanding the attempting climatic conditions. To the extent traveler offices are concerned, trekking in Ladakh is as cutting edge as whatever other destination on the planet. Buddhism tour in Ladakh is old and far reaching and a well known subject for social visits in Ladakh. The number of inhabitants in Ladakh is dominatingly Buddhist and Ladakh has been profoundly affected by Tibetan Buddhism, which takes after the Mahayana and Vajrayana schools. In these types of Buddhism, Buddha is revered a divinity who has accomplished Nirvana (opportunity from the cycle of birth and demise). Different incarnations of Buddha, known as Bodhisattvas, are additionally adored in cloisters. Numerous sightseers attempt outing to Ladakh to investigate, comprehend and gain from the antiquated Buddhism which is polished here. The mythology of Tibetan Buddhism has numerous stories of different spirits and evil spirits. These representations of both great and wickedness qualities are portrayed as veils and their stories are instituted as covered moves amid the yearly celebrations of different Gompas in Ladakh. The visits offer you a details agenda on day - to-day premise and allow you to make the most of your visit totally without really stressing over the game plans. That is to say, simply get a visit, bundle off your decision and leave the rest. All plans in regards to your transportation, feasting and touring will be dealt with. Also, yes, there will dependably be a man to guide you around and illuminate you about the centrality of the spot in Buddhist history of ladakh.
Day:01 Arrive Leh. Briefing and acclimatization
Day 02 Visit Stakna ,Thiksey monasteries and Shey Palace
Day 03 Leh town walk & Sightseeing
Day 04 Drive to Uleytokpo via Alchi and Basgo fort
Day 05 Visit Lamayuru & drive to Tingmosgang
Day 06 Trek to Hemishukpachen. Drive Leh
Day 07 Drive to Nubra Valley. Visit Deskit and Hundar
Day 08 Excursion to Turtuk-Balti village
Day 09 Drive Panamik. Return Kyagar
Day 10 Drive to Sakti via Warila
Day 11 Drive to Pangong Lake
Day 12 Return to Leh
Day 13 Leisure day in Leh
Day 14 Fly to Delhi.Depart
Day01 Fly to Leh early in the morning. Rest for acclimatization. Trip briefing in the evening .
Day02 Sightseeing of Thiksey and Stakna monasteries and Shey Palace.
Day03 An easy day for further acclimatization. Gentle walking around Leh exploring the Leh Palace, Tsemo Castle and Women's Alliance. Evening visit Shanti Stupa and the charming shops of Changspa.
Day04 Visit Basgo Fort and Alchi Monastery en route to Uleytokpo. The jagged skyline of the ruins of the 15th century capital of Ladakh dominates the village of Basgo. The citadel itself is in complete ruins. Built in the 11th century Alchi is one of the few monasteries that survived the restoration of the 16th century. The three tiered Sumstek shows strong influence of Kashmiri traditions, a unique feature in this monastery. We spend the night in the most delightful surroundings amidst apricot and apple orchards in Uleytokpo.
Day05 Drive to the popular Lamayuru monastery standing dramatically against a unique moon like landscape and proceed to Tingmosgang, once the capital of Ladakh which has a castle.
Day06 After a typical Ladakhi breakfast we drive to the start point of our short trek. We trek though beautiful willow trees and barley fields before we ascend to a highpoint of 3720m Meptakla and descend to the village of Hemishukpachen. Drive to Leh stopping by enroute at Likir monastery.
Day07 Drive to Nubra Valley crossing the highest motorable road in the world - Khardungla at 5596m with amazing views of Leh and the Stok range of mountains. We visit Diskit monastery and Hundar sand dunes where one can enjoy rides on the bactrian Camel.
Day08 We make a day trip to visit the recently opened Balti village of Turtuk which used to be a part of Pakistan. Return to Hundar.
Day09 Drive to Panamic (2 Hrs) from where we take a walk to visit Aentsa monastery - 4 hrs. Return to Kyagar village. Evening enjoy a cultural program organized by the village women of Kyagar.
Day10 Visit Samstaling Monastery in the morning. Drive to Sakti Village taking a less traveled route through the scenic villages of Tangyar and Khyungru crossing the 4900m Warila pass.Later visit Taktok monastery 4 Â½ hrs. (This crossing of the warila pass will be possible only from mid July once the pass is open for traffic).
Day11 Drive to the breathtakingly beautiful Pangong lake stopping enroute to visit Taktok monastery -5 hrs. We camp close to the shores in basic but comfortable tents with beds and attached bathrooms.
Day12 In the morning light you will see the azure blues and greens of this magical lake, 1/4th of which lies in Tibet. The snow capped Changchenmo mountains reflects on the lake and the colors of the lake keep changing with the light. Walk along the shores of the lake in the evening and enjoy the tranquility of these peaceful surroundings. Late morning return to Leh - 5 hrs.
Day13 Day at leisure in Leh
Day14 Fly to Delhi.
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