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Ladakh Photography

from £2,950.00

We are really excited to introduce our new improved itinerary for this adventurous photographic expedition to Ladakh. In Ladakh Photography Tour we explore the very best that this remote Buddhist country can offer the adventure travel photographer. Ladakh, or “Little Tibet” as it is known is one of the most remote areas of India and it lies to the north of the Himalayas on the Tibetan Plateau and south of the K2 and the Karakorams. Remaining isolated for centuries to the outside world, Ladakh has a rich cultural and religious heritage that is little changed, it offers photographers stark but stunning scenery, phenomenal mountain ranges and remote valleys, the haunting sound of monks chanting, high altitude turquoise lakes of the Tibetan plateau, rare bird-life, nomadic settlements, centuries old monasteries perched atop craggy cliffs, ancient forts, traditional villages, palaces and humble homes. In Ladakh Photography Tour we meet local people from all walks of life, children, monks, the elderly, farmers, shopkeepers; the hospitality of the local people whose homes we visit is unsurpassed, we observe the annual harvest rituals giving a rare insight into their way of life and culture – this a really special photographic journey that has been carefully planned to soak up the very best of this enchanting and memorable land.
This not for the faint-hearted, it is a full on adventure with several nights out in very remote areas including four nights in deluxe tented accommodation (attached bathroom), first by the stunning Pangong Lake and second Tsomoriri Lake home of the Changpo nomads. In Ladakh Photography Tour we will be there to photograph the exciting Korzok Gustor techu (festival) plus crossing two of the worlds highest road passes. Staying mostly in family run hotels and eating local produce we are really contributing to the local community. Participants will be accompanied at all times by a local and very knowledgeable Ladakhi Guide, Professional Photographer Martin Sammtleben and Photographer/Mountain Guide Geraldine Westrupp – be prepared to be totally blown away by this expedition and come home with a deep insight into the Ladakhi way of life and travel images second to none!

Best time to visit: June to September

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All about the Ladakh Photography.

Ladakh Photography - Monasteries, Nomads, Mountains and Festivals
We are really excited to introduce our new improved itinerary for this adventurous photographic expedition to Ladakh. We explore the very best that this remote Buddhist country can offer the adventure travel photographer. Ladakh, or “Little Tibet” as it is known is one of the most remote areas of India and it lies to the north of the Himalayas on the Tibetan Plateau and south of the K2 and the Karakorams. Remaining isolated for centuries to the outside world, Ladakh has a rich cultural and religious heritage that is little changed, it offers photographers stark but stunning scenery, phenomenal mountain ranges and remote valleys, the haunting sound of monks chanting, high altitude turquoise lakes of the Tibetan plateau, rare bird-life, nomadic settlements, centuries old monasteries perched atop craggy cliffs, ancient forts, traditional villages, palaces and humble homes. We meet local people from all walks of life, children, monks, the elderly, farmers, shopkeepers; the hospitality of the local people whose homes we visit is unsurpassed, we observe the annual harvest rituals giving a rare insight into their way of life and culture – this a really special photographic journey that has been carefully planned to soak up the very best of this enchanting and memorable land.
This not for the faint-hearted, it is a full on adventure with several nights out in very remote areas including four nights in deluxe tented accommodation (attached bathroom), first by the stunning Pangong Lake and second Tsomoriri Lake home of the Changpo nomads. We will be there to photograph the exciting Korzok Gustor techu (festival) plus crossing two of the worlds highest road passes. Staying mostly in family run hotels and eating local produce we are really contributing to the local community. Participants will be accompanied at all times by a local and very knowledgeable Ladakhi Guide, Professional Photographer Martin Sammtleben and Photographer/Mountain Guide Geraldine Westrupp – be prepared to be totally blown away by this expedition and come home with a deep insight into the Ladakhi way of life and travel images second to none!

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodation (15 Nights)
  • Meals (all meals in Ladakh)
  • Guide (Local English Speaking)
  • Entrances (All entances)
  • Transfers (Arrival and departure included)
  • Domestic Flights (Delhi-Leh return flights)
  • Still Camera fee (Included)
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Not included (Video Camera Fee, Indian Visa Charges, Insurances, Tips for the local staff)
Trips Date Trip Status Trip Status Price (PP) Excluding Flights Price (PP) Incl. Flights starts from  
19 Jul, 2017 - 04 Aug, 2017
Fully Booked
£2,950.00
£3,650.00
08 Jul, 2018 - 24 Jul, 2018
Available
£3,100.00
£3,750.00
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