What are the Best Places to Visit in Leh-Ladakh for 6 - 7 Days in June or July?

Summer is on arrival with a few months left, and some of you are planning to visit in Leh-Ladakh for 6-7 days in June or July. Though, there is no worst time to visit Ladakh as the destination is known for its pleasant climate all year around. But, as you are planning to visit Ladakh in June or July, you should be aware of the climatic conditions of Ladakh in the same months. In the daytime, the average temperature of Leh-Ladakh in June or July stands with 21 degrees Celsius and in the night time, the temperature drops till 7 degrees Celsius. 

However, it is advised to take a blanket to cover yourself in the night time while you’re making your way to the mystic Ladakh in the June or July. But in the daytime, the temperature is moderate to tour the places to visit in Ladakh. Early June or early July is the best time to visit Ladakh in the summer season as all the trails or roads are opened, and without facing any trouble, tourists are free to ride the most scenic journey on Ladakh motorbike Tours covering Ladakh by Srinagar- Leh highway or Manali-Leh highway. Bot the routes are scenic for motorbike expeditions. 

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However, confirm your Ladakh expedition with Go2Ladakh before visiting Leh-Ladakh for 6-7 days in June or July as the terrorists threaten the current situation of Srinagar valley and there is a heavily armed force placed in the valley of Srinagar. But you fret not, we guys will tell you the best route which is unfastened to travel in June or July month. 

We’ve prepared a list of 5 best places to visit in Leh-Ladakh for 6-7 days in June or July. Take inspiration from them and thanks us later for sorting your holiday plans on Ladakh tour package.

1. Khardung La Pass

So, if you ’re who puts natural beauty on the top of your travel lists, then you must visit Khardung La Pass for the epic motorcycle ride. Famed as the best motorable road for the motorbike tours, Khardung La Pass is located nearly 40 km from the Leh and is on the way to Nubra Valley. Whether you want to visit the sweeping villages of Ladakh or want the picturesque panoramic views, a bike trip to Khardung La Pass is what you should go for. At the height of 18,380 ft, Khardung La Pass will bewitch your mind. 

2. Pangong Lake

The Pangong Lake is known for it were inky blue waters and gained a lot of popularity when it is featured in the movie three idiots. If you're considering to visit Leh-Ladakh for 6-7 days in June or July, you can relax, rejuvenate by sipping a hot coffee and eating local Ladakhi food from the nearby restaurants of Pangong Lake. Along with camping and bonfire options also. Though there are homestay options near Pangong Lake, but it is advised to pitch your tent and enjoys the towering mountains views all around you. The lake is situated 4 hours ride from Leh and is worth a visit. 

3. Nubra Valley

Just make sure to look up at the camera while riding on the camel’s back in Nubra Valley to fancy yourself that you have good times on your Ladakh tour package. Nubra Valley is considered the best place to visit in Ladakh for the right reasons. You’ll see mountain views while riding on the camel’s back covering jaw-dropping landscapes of Nubra Valley. Nubra Valley lies 120 km from the Leh town and takes you to Dikshit Monastery and Khardung La Pass. 

4. Hemis National Park

The rarest of rare places to spot the Snow Leopard in the world, Hemis National Park is high on the hit list of Ladakh travelers from many years. This place is a perfect place to encounter thrilling wildlife due to its high altitude region. With more than 200 leopards to spot in the epic snowy climate, this is a place you’ll want to remember. Trust us.

5. Turtuk Village

Get your cameras into action and bag pack for a visit to the last village for India. Turtuk Village is located far end of the Nubra Valley and is closed to Baltistan region of Pakistan. The prime reason to visit this village in June or July month is this village was a part of Pakistan before 1971 Indo-Pakistan war but later get back into the control of the Indian army. This is the cleanest and the most beautiful villages of India and is located 3 hours away from the Nubra Valley. 

Your ride to the Turtuk Village will blow your mind as you’ll encounter the glimpse of Baltistan culture from the people of Turtuk village. There are nearly 300 houses in the village, and a few of them provides the homestays options also. The town is safe to visit, and the locals are heartwarming for the guests.

To get the invaluable first-hand knowledge of the other best places to visit in Leh-Ladakh for 6-7 days in June or July, check out our full list of Ladakh tour package and pick the best that fits in your interest or budget. 

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