Care to drive on some of the highest motorable passes in the world or how about a camel safari in the desert in the sky? We bring to you Leh Ladakh Tour Packages, tastefully crafted to offer you a vacation in India that will remain etched in your memory forever. The “Land of High Passes” in the heart of the difficult terrain of Kashmir is the land of adventure, unbelievable sights, and ancient roots of Tibetan Buddhism, heartwarming culture, and life-changing experiences. Leh Ladakh Tour is on the minds of all kinds of travelers-the nature lovers, the adventure enthusiast, people seeking to get away from the hustle-bustle of lives and many more.
Ladakh Tour Packages
Best Leh Ladakh Holiday Packages
Manali – Jispa – Sarchu – Leh – Nubra Valley – Pangong Lake - Manali
Srinagar - Kargil - Leh - Nubra Valley - Pangong - Sarchu - Jispa - Manali
Manali - Jispa - Baralacha Pass - Sarchu - Tsokar Lake - Tso Moriri Lake - Hanle - Pangong - Nubra Valley - Sumur - Khardungla Pass - Leh - Nimmoo - Alchi - Lamayuru - Kargil - Drass - Sonamarg - Srinagar
Leh - Alchi - Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake - Leh
Leh - Tsomoriri Lake - Tsokar Lake - Nubra Valley - Pangong Lake - Leh
Manali - Keylong - Sarchu - Leh - Nubra – Leh- Lamayuru - Kargil - Srinagar
Srinagar – Kargil – Leh – Nubra Valley – Turtuk - Pangong – Sarchu - Jispa – Manali
- Enjoy Shikara ride
- Visit Kargil War Memorial
- Explore Leh
- Ride on the Bactrian camel
- Sightsee Diskit Monastery
- Witness the Pangong Lake
- Cross the high passes
- Nubra Valley sightseeing
Leh – Chilling – Skiu – Markha - Hankar – Nimaling – Shangsumdo – Leh - Pangong - Delhi
Delhi – Leh – Zingchen – Yurutse – Skiu – Markha – Thachunche – Nimaling – Shang Sumdho – Leh – Basgo – Leh – Delhi
Delhi – Srinagar – Kargil – Leh - Delhi
Leh – Thiksey – Nubra Valley - Chamba
Leh – Thiksey – Hemis – Thiksey - Alchi
Delhi - Leh - Hemis - Martselang - Shang Sumdo - Kongmaru-la (Churkirmo) - Nimaling - Hankar
Delhi - Manali - Keylong - Jispa - Palamo - Zanskar Sumdo - Chhumiknakpo - Lakong - Kargyak - Purne - Mune - Padum – Rangdum - Suru Valley -Kargil – Mulbekh- Leh - Delhi.
Manali - Banjar Valley – Shoja - Sangala - Kalpa ( Nako) - Kaza - Ki Kibber, Langza Village - Kaza - Chandra Tal Lake - Manali - Delhi
- Ride your bike to Hamta Valley
- Explore Shoja
- Visit Kamru Fort
- Hangout with locals at Sangala
- Enjoy a bike ride to Kalpa
- Visit scenic villages en route
- Excursion to Key Monastery
- Take a tour of a gompa in Kibber
- Outing at Chandra Tal
- Drive on Kunzum Pass
When you plan a holiday in Ladakh get ready to be mesmerized. It is simply something out of the world. Starting with Leh, the capital city of Ladakh the ancient city is a treasure of history, architecture, charming tourist attractions and more. Explore the scintillating Buddhist Monasteries where you’d find ancient Tantric Buddhism still in practice. Travel to the emerald Pangong Tso Lake or the breathtaking Tso Moriri. Planning a Ladakh bike trip also raises the fun quotient. Do the thrilling mountain biking from Khardung La; one of the highest motorable passes in the world and do the double humped Bactrian Camel Safari in the sand dunes at Hunder in Nubra Valley. The charming places to visit in Ladakh also include the Magnetic Hill, a rare natural phenomenon that defies the laws of gravity.
Go trekking, indulge in river rafting, go camping and the many excitements the land offers. Like its other matchless thrills, trekking on a frozen river is among the most exciting things to do in Ladakh. The Chadar trek is an adventure unlike another. The festivals of Ladakh truly deserve a mention. The colorful Cham Dance, masked dances by the monks is a spectacle that one does not forget easily. Stay in the monasteries, enjoying Ladakhi hospitality at one of the homestays are also some of the most fun parts of a Ladakh tour. The cuisine of the land is too heavenly like its beauty and bliss.
When it’s the adventure of a lifetime, you need the perfect plan. The best time to visit Ladakh contributes much to the success of a trip to Ladakh, especially if it’s a motorcycle tour that your heart desires. The months from May to October are believed to be the ideal months to travel to Ladakh. Rest of the year, snow covers the grounds making it impossible to travel by road. Also, the temperatures dip to freezing levels which further puts up a challenge. Moreover, it’s the time for the ultimate adventure Chadar trek on the frozen Zanskar River.
The most popular options of trip to Ladakh are motorcycle tour packages from Manali. Besides the bike tour from Srinagar or even a round road trip starting from Manali and also covering Srinagar is also popularly sought. While of you are short on time, hop on a flight to Leh. Explore the wonders of Ladakh with sightseeing tours and adventure excursions.
Take your pick from our Ladakh holiday packages and explore the land of lamas and soak into the ethereal surroundings, friendly people and the thrill of the Greater Himalayas.
FAQ of Leh Ladakh
Ans: There are three ways to reach Ladakh. The first is Srinagar to Ladakh via Zojila Pass; second is Manali to Ladakh via Rohtang Pass; and via the third option, you can fly to the Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh that is the only airport in Ladakh.
The Manali Leh route is a 470 Km of high altitude road. While in Srinagar Leh route, you travel 430 Km through mesmerizing valleys of Kashmir and Sonamarg and the beautiful towns of Drass and Kargil before reaching Leh. If you land at Leh Airport, cabs are available to reach your preferred destinations in Ladakh.
Ans: Planning a trip to Leh Ladakh means you are going to travel at the height of around 13000 feet to 18000 feet with the minimum oxygen level. So you need to maintain a higher level of fitness for the trip to avoid altitude sickness. It is advisable to practice the following exercise before the trip:
- Cardio Exercises: To avoid shortness of breath
- Strengthening exercises: To avoid back and body pains
- Weight and muscle training: To avoid fatigue
- Rhythmic breathing: To increase lung capacity
Ans: For Ladakh trip, one need a few sets of warm clothes that are particularly worn in snow-filled and high altitude land. Below is the general list of clothes to bring during the Ladakh trip:
- 2-3 Pairs of Inner Thermal Suits
- 3-4 sets of Heavy woolens
- 1 heavy woolen jacket
- 3-4 pairs of woolen socks
- One or two caps
- 1 Balaclava
- Pair of shoes/gumboots
- Hand Gloves
Ans: It depends on the places you are likely to visit. In Ladakh, you will travel in mountainous terrains and the travel time depends on the weather and the altitude. Generally, one travels for 4-8 hours per day with places located at a higher altitude taking a longer time to reach.
Ans: Due to the cold desert climate of Ladakh, the temperature fall below the freezing point during the winter. During the summer you can enjoy charming temperatures in Ladakh. Below is the month wise break up of Ladakh Temperature.
December to February: Temperature ranges from 5 °C in the daytime to -20°C in the night
March to April: Temperature ranges from 6°C in the daytime to -5°C in the night
May to August: Temperature ranges from 16°C in the daytime to 3°C in the night
September to November: Temperature ranges from 22°C in the daytime to 5°C in the night
Ans: If you take a direct flight to Leh, make sure to rest for a day or two to get yourself acclimatized. If you come from Manali or Srinagar by road, you will travel for 8 to 14 hours on high altitude roads that will help you be adapted to the Ladakh environment. Follow the below instructions to make yourself adaptable to the high altitude environment:
- Keep yourself hydrated
- Avoid drinking and smoking
- Avoid any strenuous activity
- Avoid trekking to places at a higher altitude
- Don’t consume spicy foods
Ans: Yes, Ladakh is situated 10,000 m above sea level resulting in oxygen scarcity. This is the major cause of acute mountain sickness in Ladakh and you may experience nausea, headache, sleep disturbance, stomach disorders, and dizziness if not enhance your fitness before the Ladakh trip.
Ans: Ladakh is situated at a great height and it is common for travelers to experience some altitude sickness during the trip. Below are some of the symptoms of high altitude sickness.
- Loss of appetite
- disturbed sleep
- nose bleeding
Ans: The minimum days required for Ladakh tour depends on the places you will visit and the activities you like to enjoy. A minimum of 6 days is needed for covering some of the major destinations in Ladakh.
Ans: Yes, you can bring children provided they are physically fit enough to endure weather conditions in Ladakh. Sometimes children are not able to explain the symptom of high altitude sickness that creates a problem. So you need to be very careful about their behavioral symptoms.
Ans: A good ground clearance vehicles are best to travel in the mountainous terrains of Ladakh. Some of the tourist vehicles available in Ladakh include SUVs like Mahindra Scorpio, Tata Safari etc.
Ans: There are three ATMs in Leh main market. But finding an operational ATM in Leh is sometimes difficult. Furthermore, cards are not accepted at petrol pumps. So it is recommended to carry cash from Manali or Srinagar.
Ans: The best network in Ladakh is provided by the BSNL Postpaid connection extending coverage to a few places outside Leh, followed by Airtel.
Ans: Yes, credit cards are accepted in many hotels, restaurants, and big stores.
Ans: Yes, it is completely safe. Though home to some of the most contested borders, Ladakh is truly a peaceful place. Women can travel solo in Ladakh without any worry.
Ans: No, not at all. Magnetic Hill situated on Leh-Kargil-Srinagar Highway, at an altitude of 14000 feet above sea level is a major tourist attraction in Ladakh. It appears mysterious due to its anti-gravity phenomenon and is completely safe to explore.
Ans: Yes! Ladakh does not just own lakes but some of the world's most beautiful lakes are found in Ladakh. The most famous Lakes in Ladakh are:
Pangong Tso Lake: The beautiful lake at 4,350 m is famous for changing its color from blue to green etc.
Tso Moriri Lake: Situated at a height of 4,522 m, this serene lake is listed in the UNESCO world heritage site and home to migratory birds and other rare wildlife like Tibetan wolves.
Tso Kar Lake: It is one of the highest saltwater lakes situated in the southern part of Ladakh which is also known as the white lake as the salt of the water is stored on its shore.
Ans: You will get electricity at Nubra valley but not at Pangong Lake. There is no Room heater facility at both the places, you will get hot water bags only.
Ans: You need to obtain permission from the authority of the Indian Army to visit the Siachen base camp. A full-day excursion from Nubra valley is ideal for visiting this famous camp.