Hemis Adventure Tour

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10 Years Experience

Specialized in Trekking Camping


Yuksom Bazar Main Road

Near Hotel Yangri Gang,

West Sikkim, Pin No - 737113


Hemis Adventure Tour

The Hemis Adventure Tour offers a thrilling and immersive experience in the majestic landscapes of the Himalayas. Whether you seek adrenaline-pumping activities or serene nature exploration, this tour promises unforgettable moments amidst breathtaking scenery and cultural richness.

Hemis Adventure Tour Things to Carry

  • Sturdy hiking boots
  • Comfortable and weather-appropriate clothing
  • Backpack with essentials
  • Water bottle and hydration pack
  • Sunscreen and sunglasses
  • Hat or cap
  • First aid kit
  • Personal toiletries
  • Flashlight or headlamp
  • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
  • Snacks and energy bars
  • Map or GPS device
  • Emergency whistle

Hemis Adventure Tour Location

The Hemis Monastery and the surrounding region, including the Hemis National Park, are located in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, India.

The coordinates for Hemis Monastery are approximately 34.1655° N latitude and 77.6539° E longitude.

Hemis Adventure Tour How to Reach

The Hemis Monastery and the surrounding area are accessible by road from Leh, the capital of Ladakh.

From Leh, travelers can take a taxi, bus, or hire a private vehicle to reach Hemis Monastery. The distance from Leh to Hemis is approximately 45 kilometers, and the journey takes about 1.5 to 2 hours by road.

It's advisable to check local transportation options and road conditions before planning your trip.

Hemis Adventure Tour from Delhi

To embark on the Hemis Adventure Tour from Delhi, travelers usually take a flight or a train to Leh, the capital of Ladakh.

From Delhi, there are regular flights to Leh operated by various airlines. The flight duration is around 1.5 to 2 hours.

Alternatively, one can opt for the scenic train journey from Delhi to Jammu Tawi railway station, followed by a road trip to Leh via Srinagar or Manali.

Once in Leh, travelers can arrange for transportation or tour packages to visit the Hemis Monastery and explore the surrounding adventurous trails.

Hemis Adventure Tour Distance

The distance of the Hemis Adventure Tour can vary depending on the specific itinerary and routes taken during the trip.

From Leh, the capital of Ladakh, the Hemis Monastery is approximately 45 kilometers away. However, the distance covered during the tour might extend further into the surrounding regions and trekking trails.

Travelers should check with tour operators or plan their routes accordingly to determine the exact distance covered during their Hemis Adventure Tour.

Hemis Adventure Tour Height

The elevation or height of the Hemis Adventure Tour can vary depending on the specific trekking routes and destinations included in the itinerary.

Hemis Monastery, a prominent destination in Ladakh, is located at an altitude of approximately 3,600 meters (11,800 feet) above sea level. However, trekking trails and other attractions in the region may reach higher elevations.

Travelers should be prepared for changes in altitude and varying terrain conditions during their Hemis Adventure Tour.

Hemis Adventure Tour Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit for the Hemis Adventure Tour is typically during the summer months, from May to September.

This period offers favorable weather conditions with warm temperatures and clear skies, making it ideal for trekking and exploring the scenic beauty of Ladakh.

However, travelers should be aware that weather patterns in mountainous regions can be unpredictable, and conditions may vary. It's essential to check local weather forecasts and plan accordingly.

Destinations : Leh Hemis Sumdo Chogdo Base of Kongmaru La Base Camp Kongmaru La Nimaling Langtang Chu Zalung Karpo La Sorra Dat Yar La Lungmo Che Lun Marang La Camp Takh Sarchu Jispa Manali New Delhi

Day 1 : Leh Hemis
Drive from Leh (3500 Mts.) to Hemis (3505 Mts.) visiting some of the Monasteries on the way. Spend the night in Hemis to acclimatize and visit the impressive monastery.

Day 2 : Hemis Spend the day at Hemis
Acclimatize and prepare for the trek. The day is free to visit the Gompa and the meditation quarters of the monks. Get to know your trekking team and have a informal briefing about the trek.

Day 3 : Hemis Sumdo Chogdo (5-6 hr.)
Drive from Hemis to Sumdo (3850mts)(1 1/2 hr.). Trek from Sumdo to Chogdo (4050 Mts.). Camp at Chogdo.

Day 4 : Chogdo Base of Kongmaru La (3 hr.)
Trek uphill for about three hours to reach the small campsite at the Base of Kongmaru La Pass (4800 Mts.). This place is frequented by Blue Sheep/Bharal and good photographs of them are possible for early risers.

Day 5 : Base Camp Kongmaru La Nimaling (5 hr.)
Leave early morning and tackle the stiff but short climb to the top of the Pass Kongmaru La (5150 Mts.). From the Pass there are beautiful views of Mt Kangyaze (6400 Mts.) which stands above the meadows of Nimaling. There is a short and gradual descent till the meadows of Nimaling (4650 Mts.).

Day 6 : Nimaling Langtang Chu (3-4 hr.)
Climb the small ridges behind Nimaling and get closer to Mt Kangyaze. After crossing some hard rocky trails descend to Langtang Chu (4750 Mts.) where there are numerous camping sites.

Day 7 : Langtang Chu Zalung Karpo La Sorra (7-8 hr.)
There is some very exciting trekking to be done on this day. The ascend to the top of the Zalung Karpo La (5100 Mts.) takes about four to five hours. There is a ridge walk from the top of the Pass to another small Pass and then down to the Valley floor and Sorra (4200 Mts.)

Day 8 : Sorra Dat (4-5 hr.)
Departure to the Airport for flight to Delhi.

Day 9 : Dat Yar La Lungmo Che (6-7 hr.)
The trek to the top of the Pass Yar La (4950 Mts.) is not as hard as the past two passes. There are fabulous views of the Rupshu plateau from the top of the pass. Easy descent to the Village of Lungmo Che takes a little more than an hour.

Day 10 : Lungmo Che Lun (5-6 hr.)
Trek to the Lun (passing a few villages on the way. Camp 3 kms before Lun, the area is inhabited by Tibetan Nomads called Khampas. Spend the next day at this camp for some well deserved rest.

Day 11 : Rest Reserve day

Day 12 : Lun Marang La Camp (6-7 hr.)
The trail from Lun is through a very pretty plateau. The valley is narrow till the top of the Marang La (5270 Mts.). The trail is well marked and frequented by Villagers before the roads open up for the summer. Camp a few kilometers before the village and army camp at Takh. A special farewell dinner will be made on this, the last day of the trek.

Day 13 : Camp Takh Sarchu (5-6 hr.)
Trek from Camp to Takh on the Leh-Manali road. You are picked up by jeeps and drive down to Sarchu where you spend the night in a permanent camp

Day 14 : Sarchu Jispa (6-7 hr.)
Drive from Sarchu to Jispa over the Baralaccha La Pass. Spend the night at Hotel.

Day 15 : Jispa Manali (6-7 hr.)
Drive from Jispa to Manali in the famed Kullu Valley. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 16 : Manali New Delhi (14 hr.)
Fourteen hours drive via Chandigarh to Delhi. (Alternatively one can also fly from Kullu to Delhi).