In Search Of The Snow Leopard

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Search for the elusive Snow Leopard 

Details

Duration: 14 Days
Starts in: India
Group Size: 4-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Delhi.

Fly across the Himalaya to Leh (3500m).

Full day at a monastic festival.

Visit Shey, Thikse and Stakna Monasteries.

 Drive to Jinchen;  trek to Rumbak Sumdo (3800m)

Five days wildlife spotting  in and around the Rumbak, Yurutse, Husing and Tarbuns Valleys in the Hemis National Park searching for Snow leopards and other mammals and birds.

Return to Leh.

Fly to Delhi.

Free day in Delhi for individual sightseeing.

End Delhi.

Additional Information

Snow leopards are one of the world's most elusive mammals but in winter they descend from the high Himalaya in search of food. Inhabiting some of the most remote and mountainous regions of Central Asia, the mission to see this enigmatic cat is really more of a pilgrimage. Other rare high altitude wildlife and isolated Himalayan Buddhist communities only add to this quest's allure. The itinerary varies slightly by departure date to fit in the different festivals.  Saturday 29 February 2020 (Flight inclusive) Stok Festival led by Valerie Parkinson

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