Shayok and Nubra rivers drain the east and west sides of
the Saser Spur, the eastern most outcrop of the
Karakoram. The name Nubra is applied to the district
comprising the valley of the Nubra river, and that of
the Shayok both above and below their confluence, where
they meander in many shifting channels over a broad
sandy plain before flowing off to the northwest to join
the Indus in Baltistan.
Delhi, We reach Leh and after over a day of
acclimatization in this enchanting Ladakhi town, we
visit the local attractions and the magnificent
monasteries. Situated on the ancient caravan route,
Nubra valley in Ladakh has been recently opened for
We start our trek from Phyang village after visiting the
Phyang monastery. The trek passes over the barren and
dry landscape as we cross over the highest point at
Lasirmo La (5,300 m). The high mountain pass offers some
spectacular views of the Karakoram, Ladakh and Zanskar
ranges. From Lasirmo La, the trail descends into the
Nubra valley near Hunder and from here the topology
changes into a dry plateau. From here we will be
transferred by vehicle to Khalsar along the banks of
Shiyok River and passing through some remote villages
and finally crossing over Digger La (5200 m).
The high mountain pass offers the panoramic views of
both Ladakh and Nubra valley. Our trek finishes at the
Saboo village and from here we return to Leh for our
flight to Delhi where we have an option of visiting the
magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra or spend the day in
India's capital city for individual exploration /
Day 01: Delhi - Leh
Day 02: Leh
Day 03 & 04 Leh.
Day 05: Leh - Sabu
Day 06: Sabu - Polu
Day 07: Polu - Dingar La base camp
Day 08: Dingar La Base Camp - Chumik Yogma
Day 09: Digar to Aghyam
Day 10: Aghyam to Tangyar
Day 11: Tangyar to Dhungle
Day 12: Dhungle to Wuri La to Zule Tokpo.
Day 13: Zule Tokpo to Sabu and TakTok gompa, - Tangtse.
Day 14, Tangtse - Leh
Day 15: Leh to Delhi
Day 16: Flight to home.