January and February
As winter approaches and snow begins to fall on the upper reaches of the Himalayas, food becomes scarce and herbivores begin their annual migration. Descending below the tree-line, these animals seek sustenance in the relatively more luxuriant valleys and on grassy slopes. Among them is a Himalayan wild sheep known as the Bharal or Blue Sheep. Found throughout the high Himalayas, the Bharal is a magnet for the animal world’s most mysterious killer!
|Day 1||Arrive Delhi|
After breakfast, we take a guided tour of New Delhi including the National Museum, Humayun’s Tomb. Later take a leisurely walk in the scenic Lodhi Garden
|Day 3||From Delhi to Leh (flight)|
|Day 4||Leh (3500m)
Morning further acclimatization; afternoon orientation walk through the beautiful Tibetan Bazaar
|Day 5||Excursion through the Indus Valley
After breakfast proceed for a full day sightseeing excursion through the Indus valley with packed lunch. Our first halt is the imposing 17th century Stok Palace – the residence of Ladakh’s Royal family; here we will visit the Palace museum. Next stop is the nearby Shey Palace
|Day 6||From Leh -Latho -Rumbak to Zingchen
This morning we begin the trek: drive to Latho (6km) across a wooden bridge over the Indus River. Once the porters have loaded up and all equipment packed, we commence the trek here.
|Day 7||From Zingchen -Tarbung to Husing
Trek and camp.
|Day 8||From Husing to Rumbak Sumdo
Trek and Camp.
|Day 9||From Rumbak Sumdo to the Husing Valley(Junction Camp)
Trek and Camp
|Day 10||From the Husing Valley (Junction Camp) -Yurutse to Rumbak
Trek and Camp
|Day 11||From Rumbak to Husing Valley (Junction Camp)|
|Day 12||From Rumbak to Leh
2 hours drive to Leh, night in hotel.
|Day 13||Fly back to Delhi.
|Day 14||Fly back to home country|
Take advantage of our discounts on all Langtang treks to discover this valley taking you up to the foothills of the snowy peaks.View