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Pangong Tso Lake Jeep Safari

Pangong Tso Lake Jeep Safari
Famous for:Adventure + Culture + Scenic Beauty + high Altitude Lake
Destination: Sham Valley - Pangong Lake - Khardungla - Monastery
Best Time: June to end of Sep
Duration of Visit: 06 Days

Located at an altitude of 4300 meters, Pangong Tso is the highest lake in Ladakh region. The lake is surrounded by high Himalayan snow capped peaks exceeding 6400 meters in height above sea level. Pangong is 160 km from Leh.

Pangong Tso Lake is known for colorful stones, fossils and wild flofwers in summer. Our Jeep Safari will drive through the villages inhabited by pastoral communities. The members of these communities still lead a nomadic life moving around through the high mountain passes in the biting cold weather of the region. These nomadic communities live in Yak wool tents called Rebos. They own large herds of yaks, Horses, goats and the sheep. Besides, there are a few remote monasteries like Chemra, Taktak and Durbuk besides the famous gompa of Hemis to visit. You will find many remotest areas of Ladakh during the Safari.

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