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 Likir Tingmosgang Trek
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Likir Tingmosgang Trek

Book NowBest Time: June-October
Duration: 4 Days
Grade: Moderate

Leh Padum trekking via junglam is seasonal and is therefore practicable from mid April to mid June and from mid September to November. This trekking demand a bid of endurance as it arduous and mountain rivers has to be negotiated for scores of time. Trekkers should be fully equipped and they should carry food provision.


1st DAY - LEH - LIKIR - 3 hours.
A good number of buses ply past Likir village from Leh, right from 8 o'clock in the morning to 1 P.M. These buses drop one on the roadside about 1 Km. Away from the village. Start by the morning bus, walk up to the village, and visit the monastery, after your meals make all preparations for the next day's journey. Night halt at Likir in a guesthouse or a tented camp.

2nd DAY LIKIR - YANGTHANG 4 hours.
From the village the trekking path descends into a narrow gorge. Follow the trail along the bare hill down the village upto Sumda in the next valley. Before you enter Sumdo village the path forks at a stupa. Follow the path on the left side till you reach Yangthang village. Hire a guide to visit Rizong Gonpa (a secluded and a peaceful monastery) and back to the village for the night.

Continue your journey towards west to the village through a narrow gorge and then climbing a pass to Hemis-shukpachan. There are guesthouses and camping sites available in the village for night stay.

The path to Tingmosgang passes through a wide valley past several big stupas. Take the path sloping down the south upto the bottom of the valley and again start climbing up from the valley along the northern slope of the valley till you reach the top of the Maptak-la. Continue along a gentle slope down to Tingmosgang. Visit Tingmosgang Palace and the monastery over a hillock. There is another small Gonpa called Tseskarmo inside a valley extending to the North along a narrow valley up from the village. This monastery is unique in its location and tranquil surroundings. Plan your night halt at a camping site or in a guesthouse. The twin villages of Tingmosgang and Tia are continues up stream along a beautiful clear water rivulet up to centuries old small monastery called Khatsa Gonpa. A rarely visited by tourists this monastery is worth seeing. You should plan to visit the monastery early in the morning on the last day of your trekking. There is a daily bus service from Tingmosgang to Leh at 8 A.M.



  • Domestic flights (Delhi - Leh - Delhi)
  • Land transportation as mentioned in the program by a private vehicle with an English speaking chauffeur.
  • Accompaniment: the assistance of a local staff: guide, cook (and cook helpers for large groups).
  • The Jeep for the carrying of individual camping, cooking and collective material.
  • Lodging : hotel in Delhi and Leh, camping during the Nature Safari 
  • Meals : full board except the meals in Delhi and Leh



  • International flights
  • International airport taxes 
  • Visa fees
  • Repatriation assistance
  • Main meals in Delhi and Leh
  • Admission fees for the visits of temples, monuments, monasteries and museums planned
  • Drinks and personal expenses
  • Tips