Educational Tour


Educational Tour

Duration :   12 Days
Start Location:   Delhi
Age Range :   18
Total Seats :  500/500

Educational Tour:-

At Edventure ladakh travels, we believe in creating experiences that will push students and educators to explore different cultural boundaries and travel ethics.

Immerse yourself in the local culture while staying at Ladakhi farmstay houses and engaging in the local farming activities. Interact with the local artisans and develop personal connections that will build a broader understanding of the local industries.

We have designed a comprehensive travel curriculum so you can get an unparalleled unique immersive experience of Ladakhi culture and its different aspects- the nomadic life in Gya village, pottery making in Likir village while also gaining new skills and learning about the history of Ladakh.


While experiencing Ladakhi culture, students will also learn about geology, architecture and urban planning. Our guides have studied sustainability, eco-tourism and geology and they are the best people you can travel with.



Experience Local Culture Learn about the History and Geology of Ladakh Develop New Skills
Our travel module includes stay at local farmstay houses and participating in activities such as milking the cows, apricot jam making and learning about the farming practices in Ladakh. Experience pastoral life in the lap of the Himalayas. Interact with the local families and develop genuine personal relationships that challenge your perceptions. Understand the challenges and problems of Himalayan communities through sustainable travel experiences.

Learn about the history of the villages and the geology of Ladakh from the older generations. Witness how life has changed drastically for the local populace because of issues such as climate change.

Balance curriculum with life learnings.

Learn skills from the local artisans such as pottery making and basket weaving.


Places You’ll See :

1Stok village

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2base camp

Schedule Details

Day 1

Travel from Delhi to Leh

For the first day, we will receive the group at the airport. The first half of the day, students should rest to acclimatize themselves to the high altitude.

The group will be staying at the local farmstay and in the evening, we go for a walk around Leh.

Day 2

Students will be staying in farmstay in the Phyang village. On day 2, they will engage in conversations with farmers and local leaders to develop a richer perspective.

In the evening, we will hold a documentry movie screening  “ In context to Ladakh" to understand the local life in Ladakh and how it has been impacted by climate change. This will be a part of the larger module as the students will be visiting Ice Stupa and villages of Ladakh.

Day 3

We take the students on a heritage walk in Old Town, Leh to understand the rich history of Leh and the local architecture.

They will learn about the previous kings and the local mud buildings that are an integral part of Ladakhi architecture.

Day 4

Students visit SECMOL school and engage in dynamic conversations with the students and other members of SECMOL. They will learn about the history of Students’ Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh and how it started off.

The idea is to develop an understanding about alternative school systems and how SECMOL is creating an innovative model of education model in Ladakh.

Day 5

Students visit Likir Monastery and learn about pottery making in Likir village from the local artisans. They will also get to wear the Ladakhi attire (Gonchus and Parak and Stutung) and take pictures in it.

Day 6

Balancing curriculum with life skills- we take the students for rafting in Zanskar river.

Day 7

We visit Gya village. It is the village where the first settlements were formed. We will also visit Lato- geologists consider this place as one of the most important landmarks in terms of the formation of landmasses in Ladakh.

We will also visit the Ice Stupa in Gya and learn about the techniques used to make the Ice Stupa.

Day 8

On Day 8, we drive to Tsomoriri. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the valley, visit sulphur mountains and Puga hot spring.

Witness the breathtaking sunrise view and Tsoker lake on the way.

Day 9

We visit the nomadic tents in the upper valley of Tsomo-riri and understand the different ways of living in Ladakh. Interact with the local nomadic communities- learn about tent making from yak wool and cheese making, understand the lives of shepherds in Ladakh.

Day 10

We drive back to Leh along the Indus river and visit Chumathang Hot springs on the way.

Day 11

Learn about Shanti Stupa which was built by Japanese architects, learn about the history of Leh palace, visit the Central Asian Museum. If there is a festival happening in any monastery during the dates, the students would get to experience the traditional music and dance too.

Day 12

Leave Leh and fly back to Delhi.



This is not a definitive list but we suggest that all students carry at least these items while traveling to Ladakh.

- Sunblock or sunscreen with SPF 50+*

- 2 t-shirts (preferably fast drying) *

- 1 thin fleece *

- 1 long sleeved t- shirt *

- 1 fleece jacket *

- 1 light water proof / windproof jacket

- 1 pair of long trousers *

- 1 pair sturdy trainers *

- 1 pair of flip – flops *

- Several pairs of thin and thick socks *

- Warm cap, scarf and gloves

- First aid kit ( medicines are not easy to get on the trail )

- Water bottle *

- Torch light / head lamp with spare batteries

- Camera with extra battery

- Minimal wash kit including biodegradable soap,

tooth-brush and toothpaste *

- Bag for putting garbage *

- Sunglasses and sun-hat

- Sanitary item for women *

- Lip balm and small water bottle *

- A down jacket and wind proof trousers

- A book to read is not a bad idea *

How does Edventure ladakh facilitate my travel experience?

Our local guides and experts are trained specifically to help you on your personal learning journey. We understand the value of mentorship and we always have our team on board to help you with acclimatization, learning the basics of getting along with your peers and hosts in a new environment.

We also promote dialogues and discussions through active engagement and hosting group events with the help of our local host families and communities. We take the responsibility of facilitating your personal growth on the journey you undertake with us by providing you a safe space to experience the world anew.

What is the average age-group of the participants?

There is no specific age-group- our travelers could be anywhere between 12-70. We host student groups so some of our travelers are also remarkably young. 

We only ask that our travelers come with a healthy body and a mindset open to reflection and cross-cultural immersion.

What differentiates Edventure ladakh?

Our vision is to facilitate transformative travel experiences. We do so by carefully curating each experience we offer. 

The travel plans are designed with small cohesive groups and trained experts and professional artists who conduct workshops and learning camps. No two programs are alike in the elements that they offer, each trip is designed around a specific theme and allows for an unparalleled immersion. 

What is included in the cost of the program?

Accomodation on MAP basis which includes breakfast, dinner and sleeping arrangements, permit fee to the governed areas, transportation costs while on the trip, guide and porters fee, facilitators fee, food while traveling, 

What is not included in the cost of the program?

Flight tickets (but we can help you with booking if requested beforehand), travel insurance, entrance fee in some places where applicable e.g. in some monasteries, medical expenses if any encountered on the trip 

What happens if we fall sick or get injured?

The group leaders and guides are trained in basic first aid and emergency healthcare providence. In cases of higher emergency, we facilitate swift and immediate response to transfer the person to the nearest hospital/healthcare provider. 

What is a typical travel day like with Edventure Ladakh?

You could be engaged with anything from working on the farms to taking the cows for grazing on the mountains on your trip. Since learning by immersion is an important part of our trips, you could even be attending a kayaking workshop with our expert facilitators. 

On some days, you can expect training in local handicrafts or intensive courses in language or philosophy. All experiences are designed keeping in mind our travel audience and we believe in allowing them to immerse and learn from their environment.

What's Included

  • Airport to and fro.
  • All food during trek
  • Cook and Assistant Cook
  • Dinning and kitchen tents
  • English speaking cultural Guide
  • First add kit for emergency
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Porters to carry kitchen and food
  • Sleeping bags and Mattresses
  • Transportation
  • Two men tents

What's Excluded

  • Air ticket
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslide, road blockage, political disturbances (Strikes) etc
  • Any personal shopping done during the trip
  • Anything that is not mentioned in the tour cost included, please considered it out of the package.
  • Insurance
  • Laundry
  • Lunch when you are in Leh
  • Medical expenses
  • Mineral Water
  • Travel Insurance


  • Camping
  • Hiking
  • Trekking

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