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Photo tour / tour Tibet Lake -1: Tso Moriri, Tso Kar, Tso Startsapak, Cham Dance on Lake Pangong.
Day 1, July 8: Arrival in Delhi. Flight Delhi - Leh. Acclimatization.
Day 2, July 9: Walk along the Ladakh Valley. Buddhist monastery Basgo Gonpa.
Day 3, July 10: Leh - Lake Chiagar Tso, Lake Tso Moriri, the village of Karzok.
Day 4, July 11: Karzok Village. Lake Tso Moriri. Nomad settlements of ChongPa.
Day 5, July 12: Lake Tso Moriri, the valley of geysers, Lake Tso Kar- Valley Rupshu - Tanglang Pass La Rumce (Burgundy Gorge) - Leh.
Day 6, July 13: Day of free photography in Leh. Old city.
Day 7, July 14: Transfer Leh - Tangse. Pangong Lake.
Day 8, July 15: Sashikul Gustor festival at the Sashikul Gonpa monastery. Pangong.
Day 9, July 16: Sashikul Gustor festival at the Sashikul Gonpa monastery. Tangse. Pangong. Transfer Pangong - Leh.
Day 10, July 17: Flight Leh - Delhi. Homecoming.
Reservation of places to participate in the Ladakh Tibet Ozerny-1 tour takes place upon deposit of a deposit of $ 130 into the account of the Indian travel company INCREDIBLE HIMALAYA PRIVATE LIMITED.
The security deposit is transferred by the tour participant using payment systems in any bank, the details of the current account are sent by the administrator to the participant’s email after receiving the application for participation in the photo tour.
Security deposit can be paid:
When making a deposit, a payment receipt and an agreement on the provision of travel services are sent to the participant, confirming the deposit of money and the reservation of your participation in the trip.
The remaining amount is paid by the participant upon arrival at the start of the tour, in this case, upon arrival in Leh, Ladakh.
1. Transfers from / to the airport to the hotel in Leh.
2. Movement along the entire route (from the gangway to the gangway of the aircraft) in comfortable cars.
3. Accommodation in double rooms in hotels, guest houses and campsites along the tour route.
Possible accommodation in a single room, surcharge $ 183 for the entire route.
4. Information support by the organizers of the PhotoTour Project from the beginning to the end of the tour.
5. Excursion support of the Russian-speaking and / or English-speaking guides of the PhotoTour Project.
6. Russian-speaking guide photographer and thematic consultations on travel photography, genre photography at Tsam Dance and photography in the conditions of the highlands of Ladakh.
7. Participation in the Buddhist mystery Sashikul Gustor, Lake Pangong.
8. Lecture-introduction to the culture of Tibetan Buddhism: subcultural values of Ladakh Buddhism and Tsam Dance.
9. Lecture on landscape photography in Ladakh: Features of landscape photography in Ladakh, Tibet.
10. All taxes and fees on the travel route.
1. Flight to Delhi airport from the country of residence and back.
2. Flight Delhi - Leh - Delhi. Estimated airfare from $80 to $120.
3. Free tourist 30-day e-visas with single entry, issued online 7 days before arrival in India.
4. Entrance fees to the monasteries, about $ 10 for the whole time.
5. The cost of permits to the closed border zones of Ladakh (Lake Pangong, Tso Moriri), $ 20 per permit.
6. Meals during the tour: about $120 for the entire trip.
7. Medical insurance: issued by each participant individually.
8. Tips for drivers and English-speaking tour guide at the rate of $ 1 per day.
9. Everything that is not listed in the "Included in the price" list.
Travel Tibet Lake-1 takes place in a tour / photo tour format and is designed for photographers and travelers.
This tour does not have special requirements for physical condition and health:
health level is not lower than average and the absence of chronic systemic diseases.
You should also not worry about altitude acclimatization:
we are able to carry out acclimatization and, almost all of our tourists, easily tolerate the climate and the height of Ladakh.
The tour has age restrictions: from 18 years to 60 years.
APPLICATION FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE TIBET LAKE-1 IS POSSIBLE BEFORE 1 JUNE, 2022.
But the recording may be stopped earlier - as soon as a group of 12 people is typed.
This trip is designed for a small group.
If you want to go on a Tibet Ozerny-1 tour, please reserve your seats in advance.
The minimum number of participants in the group of this photo tour is 11 people.
The maximum number of participants in the group of this photo tour is 12 people.
Living and traveling conditions on the tour will be very comfortable:
Particular attention is paid to cars working on the tour:
we will move as comfortably as possible in the conditions of the Ladakh Highlands.
- in Leh: a cozy warm hotel with hot water, with a bathroom and a toilet in the room, wi-fi in the room.
- on Lake Pangong Tso: a luxurious guest house, showers and toilets in each room.
- in the village of Karzok, Lake Tso Moriri: a luxury hotel with lake views, a toilet and shower in the room, hot water, periodically there is wi-fi in the room.
For those who want to ask questions about organizing and participating in the Tibet Lake-1 trip, please contact us:
Phones for communication:
+ 91 95 96 796 372 - wattsap, Ilona Kryzhanovskaya, head
+ 91 94 19 274 735 (India) - Ilona Kryzhanovskaya.
il-il-il (or search the email address firstname.lastname@example.org) - Ilona Kryzhanovskaya, Head of the PhotoTour Project.
maxim.savchenko - Maxim Savchenko, PhotoTour Project.
Brasilia3090 - Nina Lozenko, Director of the PhotoTour Project.
For participants in the Tibet Lakes-1 trip, we recommend that you read it,
here there are answers to all questions on the terms of the tour and preparation for it:
Recommendations and rules for photo travelers and travelers in Ladakh, Zanskar and the Spiti Valley (Little Tibet).
In 2022, the journey of Tibet Lakes-1 will take place in the format of a 10-day tour.
Why is that?
The answer to the surface: by popular demand.
The rhythm of life is increasing and, unfortunately, not all photographers and travelers can get to us for more than 10 days.
Therefore, in terms of the experiment, we decided to conduct a Tibet-Lake-1 photo tour in this format.
ACCENTS IN THIS JOURNEY TWO:
1. ART PHOTOGRAPHY OF HIGH-MOUNTAIN LAKES OF LADAKH AND SACRED MYSTERIES.
2. CLOSE FAMILY WITH CULTURE AND SYMBOLISM OF LIVING TIBETAN BUDDHISM IN LADAKH.
Why so - just 2 accents?
Because we never know, and can’t even imagine, which group will gather in which of our tours).
Therefore, we take everything and in fact - we will follow the wishes of the group.
A phototour will be very interesting to photographers of any level - from pros to amateurs, and just active tourists.
For professional photographers, this journey is a great opportunity to collect material for a personal exhibition.
For amateur photographers, this is a good practical school for continuous photography in places where you can take pictures around the clock.
For tourists - this is an incredible journey, analogues which you will not find in more than one tour operator.
And, as a bonus, learn the basics of travel photography.
This photo tour of the high lakes of Lesser Tibet was a hit of the seasons 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 and is objectively the most spectacular and vivid photo tour of Ladakh.
Moreover: the Tibet Lake-1 travel program is extremely saturated - for 10 days there is not a single day off, all days will be extremely filled with photography.
For travelers and those interested in the culture of living Tibetan Buddhism:
Sacred Buddhist mystery with the performance of the Tsam Dance in a very remote monastery Sashikul Gonpa on Lake Pangong.
In 2017, there were tourists here - count on fingers.
These are - really - the origins, almost the same as there were hundreds of years ago here.
This is live communication with culture, with culture bearers, this is presence at services in monasteries, communication with llamas.
And these are the infinitely beautiful places of our highlands, this is the possibility of emotional and mental reboot, a very refreshing perception of the world of relaxation.
Highlights of this journey:
1. Four high-altitude lakes of Ladakh (Small Tibet): Pangong Tso, Tso Kar, Tso Moriri and Chiagar Tso - the places are not just beautiful, the places are fantastic.
2. Valley of alpine geysers between the lakes Tso Moriri and Tso Kar.
3. The remote villages of the alpine nomadic shepherds of the Ladakh Chongpa.
4. Burgundy Gorge - one of the most fantastic places of Ladakh in beauty.
5. Ethnographic photography in the Buddhist monasteries of Ladakh.
6. Ethnographic and genre photography at the Buddhist mystery Sashikul Gustor.
7. Free photography for photographers: the tour program is designed in such a way that participants can take photographs during regime hours in an individual schedule.
8. Very tasty tour cost, especially with early booking - 788 USD
And most importantly:
LAKE WILL BE VERY MUCH!
We have described in detail as much as possible each day of Tibet Lake-1 travel.
All the photographs were taken by us and are a real reflection of the places we will visit, and at the time when we go there.
Photos are clickable to large size.
The description of each day of the tour indicates the total mileage per day and the height of the places visited.
Day 1, July 8: Arrival in Delhi. Flight Delhi - Leh. Acclimatization, height 3 600 m.
Arrival at New Delhi International Airport (India) from your country of residence.
We issue an e-visa - it usually takes about 10 minutes, if there is no queue, we get luggage and go from the international terminal D3 of New Delhi airport to the terminal of domestic airlines D2 or D3:
The transition takes about 5 minutes: when leaving the terminal D3, immediately turn left, five minutes after the transition and we are in terminal D2.
D3 is located in the same building as the international arrival terminal, but on the second floor:
you have to rise from the arrival floor to the second floor and there are signs everywhere.
This is a common practice on our tours in Ladakh:
flights on which participants of our tours fly to New Delhi airport usually arrive at terminal D3 from 2 to 5 in the morning, immediately go to terminal D2 or D3 and fly off to Leh in one of the morning flights.
We take flight tickets for the Delhi - Leh flight so that the time margin between external and internal flights is at least 3 hours.
At the terminal D2 or D3 we check in for the flight Delhi - Leh, flight to Leh, 1 hour 20 minutes.
The flight Delhi-Leh itself is an exciting photo shooter for photographers, the plane flies over the most beautiful peaks of the Himalayas.
We strongly recommend that when buying tickets, immediately book seats near the portholes, and not in the middle of the plane - there the wings will interfere with the shooting.
For those who want to photograph mountain ranges from an airplane, places 25F to 30F and 25A to 30A will be most successful.
The plane literally creeps-moves along the gorge in the middle of mountain ranges, glaciers float behind the windows of the plane almost nearby - it seems a stone's throw:
From a height we look at the Ladakh Valley, along which our journey will take place, look at Lake Tso Moriri, for example - in a few days we will arrive there:
By the way, in front of Lech itself there will be incredibly beautiful, vibrant valleys - just fantastic:
Arriving in Ladakh, the plane makes a beautiful U-turn over the valley (a great time for photography), flies over Spituk Gonpa Monastery and lands at the only airport in the valley - in the city of Leh.
Transfer to the hotel, breakfast.
Lech is located at an altitude of 3600 m.
And on the first day of our tour, it is very important for participants to undergo the correct high-altitude acclimatization:
we are instructed on the correct behavior at altitude, we drink a lot of fluids, we relax at the hotel for the first hours on arrival.
After an acclimatization holiday in the hotel, we go for a leisurely adaptation walk along the narrow streets of Old Lech:
We get acquainted with the infrastructure of the city, learn to navigate in Leh, walk around the old part of the city.
The old town of Lech has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Monument Fund.
We will end the walk in the wonderful cafe-restaurant Penguin, where our first dinner will be held in Leh.
Hotel in Leh.
Day 2, July 9: Walk along the Ladakh Valley. Basgo Gonpa Buddhist Monastery, about 60 km, 3,400m.
This morning we set off for our first car acclimatization tour of the Ladakh Valley, to the beautiful Buddhist monastery Basgo Gonpa.
Incredible landscapes await us along the way, such as this place is the confluence of the Indus and Zanskar rivers.
In general, the entire valley of the middle course of the Indus River is very unusual:
the mountains here are multi-colored, bright saturated tones - burgundy, green, red, purple, yellow - and all this beauty is mixed in almost vertical mountain folds.
The rocks themselves are quite soft - sandstones, clay shales, which allowed the weathering processes to create incredible relief forms here for many millennia.
And in the midst of all this are snow-white Buddhist stupas.
We will have breakfast on the way - in the village of Nimo, in a local tavern, we will try real Ladakh food - very tasty: samosas and air cakes from tsampa with boiled peas in small bowls.
They cook delicious food in Nima; people from all over the valley flock to this tavern.
And after breakfast - we will continue our journey to the Buddhist monastery Basgo Gonpa.
Basgo Buddhist Monastery, Basgo Gompa - built in 1680 by the rulers of the Buddhist dynasty Namgyal.
The village of Basgo itself has been known since antiquity and is mentioned in the Ladakh Chronicles as a political and cultural center and the former capital of Lower Ladakh.
The monastery is famous for its unique 16th century frescoes and the statue of Buddha Matreya:
Basgo Gompa stands on steep rocks, no, probably more correctly like this:
Basgo Gonpa both grew on the tops of steep cliffs, which really are part of its foundation and literally hangs - hovering in the air over the village of Basgo.
The landscapes on the territory of the Basgo Gonpa nature reserve are simply unbelievable - there is no other word for it:
bizarre-shaped cliffs interspersed with the buildings of the monastery, and are not interconnected by paths, but by steep mountain paths.
And in the middle of this rugged landscape - in the hollows are colorful lakes and natural phallic idols.
It is infinitely beautiful here: Basgo Gonpa is probably the most unusual Buddhist monastery in Ladakh.
Basgo Gonpa is located in steep claret rocks, the territory of the monastery itself is absolutely incredible landscapes.
You can roam here ad infinitum.
What will we do.
In the evening we set off on the way back to Leh with numerous stops:
in the evening light, the Basgo Valley is especially beautiful.
Hotel in Leh.
Day 3, July 10: Leh - Lake Chiagar Tso, Lake Tso Moriri, the village of Karzok, 252 km, 4,600 m.
Today we go on a long and rich road of impressions, now - up the river Indus.
Today we are waiting for a meeting with the alpine lake Tso Moriri, we have a beautiful and long road with stops:
The nature here is so beautiful that it is impossible not to stop at least for a while.
At one of these stops we will have a picnic lunch in nature in the bed of the Indus River.
Then we will overcome the Yalung Nyalung pass (5450 m) and the dusty plateau Rupshu.
From the pass, we have a view of Kyagar Tso Lake, an uncontrollable blue color, like the precious eye of an aquamarine framed by brown shores.
And after another 17 kilometers - a long-awaited meeting with Lake Tso Moriri.
Tso Moriri, Tsomoriri, Tso Moriri - the largest alpine lake in Indian Tibet, 215 km southeast of Leh at an altitude of 4595 m above sea level.
The maximum length of the lake is 19 km, the maximum width is 3 km, and the maximum depth is 40 m.
It is the largest alpine lake in the trans-Himalayan region within India.
The water in the lake is slightly salty. The lake is available only in the summer season.
On the shore of the lake is the Karzok Gompa Monastery and the village of the same name Karzok, where we are heading.
Lake Tso Moriri is a wonderful remote quiet place.
In calm weather, Tso Moriri shakes with his mirrors:
the world really becomes double, dual and this duality of the surrounding reality is tangible literally physically.
The sunset mirrors at Tso Moriri are simply amazing.
Evening walk on Lake Tso Moriri, to the farthest stupas on the right bank of the lake, above the lake, above the smooth surface of the waters.
And later - dinner in a mobile restaurant with nomads, evening puja in the Buddhist monastery Karzok Gonpa.
Hotel in the village of Karzok.
Day 4, July 11: Karzok Village. Lake Tso Moriri. ChongPa nomad settlements, about 50 km, 4,400 - 4,600 m.
Today we have yet another busy day.
Early in the morning we meet the dawn on Lake Tso Moriri on the opposite shore from the village of Karzok - there are a lot of interesting places for taking pictures:
along the edge of the lake there are small puddle ponds, in which there is always a mirror reflection of the bowl of giant mountains Tso Moriri:
Then we go to the gorge of Korokov Fu - summer pastures of the shepherds of Chongpa from Korzok.
And we will take pictures in the villages of the nomads ChongPa:
there will be a lot of genre photography, the nomads will always be interested, including it will be possible to wander among the huge Tibetan yaks, drink tea in the nomad’s mobile homes, take pictures of children and much more.
For the evening, plans can be very diverse, landscape photography of the lake from various points, for example:
Photographing Lake Tso Moriri from an observation deck above the village of Karzok.
If there is calm weather, you can go down to the Tso Moriri floodplain and photograph the water mirrors.
And we hope that we are lucky and we get during our photo tour in thunderstorm weather.
The thunderstorms on Lake Tso Moriri are simply amazing for taking pictures.
Hotel in the village of Karzok.
Day 5, July 12: Lake Tso Moriri, geyser valley, Lake Tso Kar- valley Rupshu - Tanglang pass La Rumce (Burgundy gorge) - Leh, about 200 km.
Heights of the day: 4,400 m (Valley of Geysers) - 4,700 m (Lake Tso Kar) - 5,358 m (Tanglan La Pass) - 3,600 m (Leh).
Early in the morning we set off further along the route:
1. Morning photo shoot on Lake Chiogar Tso: just 17 km from Lake Tso Moriri there is a very beautiful lake - Chiagar Tso, we already saw it on the way to Karzok.
Our first stop on this day is here - for morning photography, we will wander along the shores of the lake with cameras.
2. On the road we are waiting for a lot of interesting places for photography - from ethnographic and animalistic photography in nomad camps to macro, animalistic and, if there are the right clouds, landscape photography.
3. The Valley of Geysers. Yes, it is on the road from Tso Moriri to Tso Kar that we will visit the unique high-mountain valley of geysers, located at an altitude of about 4,500 m.
Geysers here are very different: from small gurgling with huge bubbles to hot geyser fountains more than three meters high.
The valley of geysers in the literal sense of the word is a completely fabulous place:
here the climate changes dramatically under the influence of hot springs and in the midst of the high desert Ladakh green alpine meadows suddenly appear interspersed with salt marshes, the slopes acquire the most vivid colors.
The macro photography of the sources themselves is incredible, these are abstract paintings:
Yellow - yields of crystalline sulfur, among which transparent ammonia crystals, brown, green crusts of salts are hidden.
The main thing is that we are lucky with the weather and then we can photograph endlessly in the valley of geysers:
including birds that live in huge numbers on the shores of the valley, small gurgling sources - very textured photographs are obtained, and, of course, geyser fountains.
You can also swim in the springs, and not only you can, but the springs are considered healing, so do not forget to bring bathing suits with you on the tour.
Geysers themselves give beautiful vivid drawings - paintings.
Valley of Alpine Geysers, Rupshu Valley. Photo tour / tour Tibet of Lake-1: Pangong, Tso Moriri, Tso Kar, Tso Chiagar, Dance of Tsam on Lake Pangong.
Closer to 11 o’clock in the morning - we arrive at the next fantastic place - on Lake Tso Kar, have a quick lunch and go for a photo shoot on Lake Tso Kar.
Lake Tso-Kar - perhaps the most beautiful of the lakes of Lesser Tibet.
The epithet "beautiful" is not quite that, Tso-Kar is just charming:
soft colors, halftones, closed miniature, watercolor colors of the mountains surrounding the lake, peace and quiet.
The word "Tso-Kar" literally translates as White Lake. This lake is named so because the salt lake and all its shores are covered with whitish deposits of salt.
Lake Tso Kar - is located 150 km south-east of Leh in the Rupshu Valley at an altitude of 4700m.
From the height of Tso Kar it looks like this: on the left is Tso Kar itself, and on the right is Tso Startsapak.
Tso Kar is very capricious and very diverse in all its manifestations:
from the weather, which can change here every half hour to landscapes - here and the surface of the water with reflection mirrors, and colorful salt marshes, and winding channels of the channel connecting different parts of the lake.
We ride around the lake by car, enjoy the constant changes taking place at Tso Kara and, finally, animalistic photography:
herds of yaks and herds of wild horses graze near the lake, which are very close to them.
In the afternoon, we are waiting for a very interesting and saturated with landscapes and panoramas alpine road.
We will climb the second highest pass in Ladakh - Tanglang La (5358 m), and from the height we will see the alpine dusty valley of Rupshu.
Photographing in the dusty Rupshu Valley and at the second highest pass in Ladakh Tanglang La.
View of the Ladakh Valley from the Tanglung La Pass.
It is along this road that we will go down.
In the evening we descend to a height of about 4,000 in the small village of Rumce.
The place here is very atmospheric:
Rumce village is located at the entrance to the Burgundy Gorge, against which the white stupas and houses of the village look amazingly bright.
And at the very end of the day - Burgundy Gorge, South Gate to the Valley of Ladakh and one more of local wonders:
here the mountains are really bright burgundy and the mountain layers, like raging, escaping from the bowels of the essence, are standing on their hind legs, and stone mushrooms grow in the middle of the rocks.
Late, already in the dark evening, under the stars we arrive in Leh.
Hotel in Leh.
Day 6, July 13: Day of free photography in Leh. Old Town, 3,600 m.
Today we wander and photograph in the old Leh:
narrow streets run between houses dating back several centuries.
You can go inside the houses - everything has been preserved here without any changes - so many interesting things can be found here, for example, such Tibetan amulets on the walls of dwellings.
Quietly the ancient streets we rise to the Royal Palace of Leh:
And, of course, a lot of genre photography.
Hotel in Leh.
Day 7, July 14: Transfer Leh - Tangse. Pangong Lake, about 180 km, 4400 m.
Heights of the day: Leh (3,600 m) - Chang La Pass (5,316 m) - Tangse village (4,200 m).
We rise early in the morning, have breakfast and go by car to Lake Pangong Tso.
A stunningly beautiful road upstream of the Hindu River awaits us.
Near the Buddhist monastery Chamdey Gonpa, we turn left from the main road and begin to climb to Pangong Lake.
The road will go to the peaks, and from a height we will see valleys stretching beneath us with drawings of fields.
And what beautiful plots of paintings come across:
The road rises to Chang La Pass, 5,316 m., Named after Sadhu Changla Baba, to whom the Hindu temple on the pass was dedicated.
Further, the road with a wide ribbon will roll down a beautiful plateau to the small village of Tangste with the eponymous Buddhist gonpa monastery, nestled among the rocks.
We stop for a short time in Tangs, throw our things in the guest house and go further - on our first date with Pangong Tso Lake.
5 kilometers in front of the lake there is a stop in the meadow, where there are a lot of manual marmotas - this is the Tibetan marmot, you can photograph them there from close range.
Pangong Lake is located at an altitude of approximately 4250 m and is located on the very border with Tibet.
The lake is 134 km long and 5 km wide. The lake itself is 1/3 owned by Ladakh (India) and 2/3 belongs to Tibet (the Tibetan territories now under Chinese occupation).
A magnificent evening in Pangong: regardless of the weather, all evenings in Pangong are magnificent.
Hotel in Tangs.
Day 8, July 15: Sashikul Gustor festival at the Sashikul Gonpa monastery. Pangong, about 60 km, 4,200 - 4,400 m.
The next two days we will spend in a very ancient (12th century) Buddhist monastery Sashikul at the Buddhist mystery Sashikul Gustor.
As mentioned above: Dance of Buddhist lamas of high initiation in the Masks of Divine Enlightened beings from the space of Bordeaux.
You can talk infinitely much about the Tsam Dance, this is an incredible action, one of the most powerful energy phenomena on our planet.
And this is a very colorful, unusual action, which is always gathered by locals from nearby villages.
There will be everything: from kids running around the site of the monastery among dancing lamas to grandmothers, in a full Tibetan outfit, where only one headgear weighs about 17 kilograms.
Dance Tsam is an unthinkable, very bright kaleidoscope of images, conditions, emotions.
Yes, you can talk about it, but it's better to see it with your own eyes once.
And in the evening - a trip to Pangong Lake.
We will travel here all three days, but each time - to different places, and in each of these places Lake Pangong Tso is really unique.
Hotel in Tangs.
Day 9, July 16: Sashikul Gustor festival at the Sashikul Gonpa monastery. Tangse. Pangong. Crossing Pangong - Leh, about 200 km, 4 400 - 3 600 m.
Our morning will again begin on Pangong Lake, this time on its southern ending banks, where the lake gently spreads with blue puddles to meadows abundant in grasses.
Here you can wander through the water between the shallow islands, it is quiet and calm.
The name of Pangong Tso Lake can be pronounced very differently.
For example, one of the variations sounds like Bangong-Tso and translates as a lake of high meadows or a long ocean of a divine region.
And then we go to the monastery of Sashikul Gonpa on the second day of the Buddhist mystery Sashikul Gustor.
In the afternoon we set off on the way back to Leh to almost familiar places.
“Almost” - because in different lighting places look very different.
A lot of interesting little things appear, which at first - due to the total volume of impressions - were simply not noticed.
Who will have these little things - we'll see).
Perhaps this is an abstract illustration of a riverbed with raving horses:
and perhaps a bright abstract drawing of the surrounding mountains and the blue water of the river backwaters ....
We come to Leh, we are engaged in fees.
Evening walk on the Main Market - we say Lech "Goodbye", we buy souvenirs for relatives and friends.
Hotel in Leh.
Day 10, July 17: Flight Leh - Delhi. Homecoming.
Early morning transfer to the airport and flight Leh - Delhi.
And again, the Great Himalayas will look at us through the windows of the plane.
Upon arrival in Delhi, you can tour the capital of India (on request), transfer to the airport and return to your homeland.