HOW TO TRAVEL LEH LADAKH
If you travel for flying to leh ladakh it make feel and get breathtaking aerial views of the some Ladakh and himachal mountain ranges but also
Leh small airport- Kushok Bakula Rinpoche airport is 2 km from leh city and you can easily get a taxi to Leh. Many tourist prefer to fly into Ladakh From Different city in india Direct flight from Delhi, Mumbai , Srinagar , jammu , Chandigarh.
Flight operators Goa air , Air India , spice Jet , Vistara , more then 8 flight frequency to leh in summer
Go2ladakh will offer you best Flight deals for leh Ladakh sectors.
By road travel to leh Ladakh
If you come by road, you can either opt for 2 Highway Srinagar-leh highway or Manali-Leh highway.
Both travel to Ladakh by road is very interesting and adventure experience
From Srinagar the distance to Leh is 430 km and it will take two days with a night halt at kargil which is 200km away from Srinagar and lies in middle of Srinagar and Leh. The Leh-Srinagar highway recognized as national highway (NH1) is more relaxing than leh-manali highway. The highway remain closed in winter from Mid November and will be operative again in april or may depending on the weather conditions.on Srinagar-leh highway you will cross through Zoji-la pass(11,575ft/3528m), namkila pass(12,139ft/3700m) and Fotu-la pass(13,478ft/4108m). Read More
The Manali-Leh highway is 474 km long and also takes 2 days with night halt at keylong/jispa or sarchu. It connects manali valley to Lahaul-Spiti valleys and zanskar valley in ladakh. This road is also remained closed in winter and usually opens in may-june depending on weather conditions. People who want to experience offroad jeep ride or biking usually choose this road as it provide the best off road riding adventure. On this highway you will cross various passes such as the famous Rohtang pass(13051ft/3978m), baralacha pass (16043ft/4890m) and Taklangla pass(17,480ft/5328m). the route from manali after passing through the lahoul, leads on to a 300km stretch of totally wild and uninhabited( except for a few nomads and camps) mountain landscape. Both these highways are maintained by B.R.O (border road organization) and work really hard to operate this highways after a long winter shutdown. Read More
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