Changthang is at the northern plains at an elevation of 4000m. The extremely harsh and dry weather leaves the rangelands non cultivable. The general topography of Changthang is rugged and consists of marshy and sandy plains on tablelands and surrounded by mountains. Yet Changthang sustains diversity of wildlife species and medicinal plants.

Extreme military activity in the year 1962 had greatly disturbed the ecology and wildlife of Changthang. About 4000km of the Changthang area was approved for the wildlife sanctuary in 1987 to protect its unique flora and fauna. The Changthang Wildlife Sancutary was not within tourism since it was close to China borders but since 1994 tourists are taken to areas around Pangong Tso and Tso Morari lakes. Kiangs face serious threats to survival because of the military activity as well as tourism. Found in the open sandy tablelands the Kiangs live in herds and eat sturdy grasses. The Changthang Wildlife Sancutary is home to a large number Tibetan wild ass, the black-necked crane and the bar-headed geese that are endangered.

At a spectacular height of 4,600 meters in the outer Himalayas with peaks ranging from 5,800 to 7,600 meters, Ladakh the mysterious land of passes with unexplored beauty lies with its unique pack of wildlife species. If you are on a rendezvous to Leh and Ladakh and want to catch a glimpse of its Wildlife, you can see its shaggy looking yaks, nyans, the Great Tibetan sheep, fast dwindling urials or shapus and bharal or the blue sheep in the Leh and Ladakh region.

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                                 Day 1 - Delhi. Hotel B & B. Free day
                           Day 2 - Arrive in Leh. Guest house B & B. Free day
                  Day 3 - Leh. Guest house B & B. Visit by car to nearby Shey Palace and Tiksey Gompa, Buddhist monasteries
                  Day 4 - Leh. Guest house B & B. optional Jeep drive to one of the Highest pass ,

Day 5: Drive to Rumtse Village along the Indus River for 2 Hrs and drive up the Rumtse Valley  for another 1 hr ,rest of the free to acclimatize to 4100 m, camp near the village, sleep in tents ,


Day 6:   Rumtse - Kyamar (4000 m), trek 4-5 hrs

The first trekking phase starts from Rumtse and goes to Kyamar (4000 m). Moving on with the trek, you will come across a pasture valley where the nomadic herders or Changpas bring their yaks & goats to graze on. Trek on the ancient salt lake route and settle for an overnight camp at Kyamar.

Day 7: Kyamar-Kumur La-Tisaling (4805 m), trek 5-6 hrs

From Kyamar, trek towards Tisaling. On the way, you will come across the Kumur La pass (4770 m). At the top of the Kumur La, you can watch the breathtaking view of the snow-capped peaks of Ladakh including that of Mt. Kangyatse. On reaching Tisaling call it a day and camp overnight.

Day 8: Tisaling - Pangunagu in 5-6 hrs

Embark on an early morning trek towards Pangunagu. While trekking, halt at the Shibuk La pass and enjoy the panoramic view of the Tsokar Lake. The Tsor Lake attracts a lot of migratory birds and is an ideal spot to watch them. On crossing the lake, you will enter the Rupshu valley. The next stop of the trek is at Pangunagu, where you can rest for the night at a camp. CAMP NEAR SALT LAKE.

Day 9: Pangunagu - Nuruchan in 5-6 hrs

Do some sightseeing and bird watching at the Tsokar Lake and just at the end of the trail, make a right and enter the Nuruchan Village. 

Day 10: Nuruchan –Rajunkuru. Over Nuruchan La pass, gentle walk (5/6 hrs)


Day 11:  Rajungkuru  to Gyamabarma (4950 m) in 6-7 hrs

This day is dedicated to trekking along the highest altitude of the entire trek. On the way, you will come across major passes like Horlam Kongka La and Kyamayuri La. Following this, you will reach Gyamabarma where you will stay for the night.

Day 12:  Gyamabarma-Korzok (4550 m) in 6-7 hrs

From Gyamabarma, start the trek over Yalung Nyau La, the highest pass on the trail. From the top of the pass, you can enjoy the mesmerizing view of western Tibetan peaks. The pass will lead to Korzok, which is the only settlement on the banks of Tsomoriri Lake. On arrival, you will be visiting Korzak Monastery. Sleep in tents.

Day 13:    Korzok – Leh, about 7 hrs

After breakfast drive to Leh all along the Indus River, which is around 220 km from Korzok. On the way, you will visit the Chumathang hot springs which are believed to have healing effects. Arrive in Leh by the evening and check in at the guest house for another night’s stay and dinner.

Day 14 ; Fly back to Delhi.

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