Ladakh Himalaya is a photographers' paradise. Monks and Monasteries, Nuns and Nunneries, Tibetan tradition and Prayer Flags, Lakes and Peaks and beautiful Ladakhi villages along the route of traveller is unmatchable subject for a photographer. To add to it the colorful mountains changing colors every distance - sometimes rocky and sometimes sandy, ever changing colors of the valleys, Ladakh is one of the most favoured photography destination. Changing color of the lakes like the Tsomoriri, Pangong, Tsokar and Yaya Tso are must capture destinations.
Ladakh's wildlife is another important reason for Wildlife Photographers to visit Ladakh. Rare reptiles, pollinators, amphibians, insects, flies are rarely thought about subjects for photographers. Birds and Mammals including Snow leopard and Black-necked Crane are already popular reasons for a Wildlife Photography Tour to Ladakh. Some of mammals of ladakh species targetted by wildlife photographers are the Eurasian Lynx (Ee), Pallas's Cat (Trakshan or Ribilik), Tibetan Sand Fox (Sili), Wild Yak (Dong), Tibetan Argali (rNyan), Tibetan Antelope (rTsos), Tibetan Gazelle (Goa), Red Fox (Watsey), Wild Ass (Kiang), Blue-Sheep (rNapo or Napo), Ladakh Urial (Shapo), Eurasian Otter (Chu-Sram), Stone Martin (Kogar), Himalayan Weasel (Lakirmo), Marmots (Phia), Picas and Voles (Zabra), besides the flagship and apex wild predator the Snow Leopard (Shan or rChan).
Some of the Birds of Ladakh or Avian World of Ladakh targeted by Wildlife Photographers to Ladakh are Little Owl, Tibetan Sandgrouse, Ground Pecker, Tibetan Partridge, Tibetan Snowcock, Himalayan Snowcock, Solitary Snipe, Finches of high altitude like the Great Rosefinch, Brandt's Mountain Finch, Plain Mountain Finc, Sillem's Mountain Finch, Plain-backed Mountain Finch, and some larks of Ladakh like the Tibetan Lark, Horned Lark, and some Wheatears. Ibisbill along the Indus and Nubra River are leisurely photographed beside the flagship state bird of Jammu and Kashmir - the Black-necked Crane. Swift and fast raptors like the Sake Falcon, Golden Eagle, Eurasian Eagle Owl, Upland Buzzard, Lammegeir, Eurasian Hobby should not be missed when opportunities chanced upon. Vultures and Griffons like the Himalayan Griffon often surprise wildlife photographers in ladakh.
Day 01: Arrive at Leh and complete rest. Hotel
Day02: Around Leh for photography
Day03: To Lamayuru and Tingmosgang (Alchi and Likir), Hotel
Day04: To Leh (Basgo, Spituk, Saspol and Ridzong, Hotel
Day 05: Leh to Nubra Valley, Hundar (Khardong La, Khardong, Deskit) Hotel
Day06: Visit Sumoor, Panamik and Pangong Lake. Hotel
Day 07: Pangong to Korzok via Man, Meraks, Chushul, Tsagala, Nyoma. Hotel
Day08: Korzok to Leh via Tsokar, Rumtse, Thiksay and Shey, etc. Hotel Leh
Day 09: Around Indus Valley - Chemday, Takthok, Hemis, Matho, Stakna, Stok and Saboo.
Day 10: Transfer to airport Leh.
Note: Depending on the subject of photography, itinerary can be customzed to suite photographers time.
Transportation by Innova or Scorpio car (max 5 person ina a car)
Accommodation for the number of day in A Class Hotel (often rated as 2-3 star by other agents) with breakfast and dinner
Permit to restricted places
Suggestion of routes for specific target for photography
Travel Assistance all along the tour
What is not included in the INCLUSIONS