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Best Leh Ladakh Tour Packages 

Welcome to the land of spectacular landscapes of Ladakh. With the best Leh Ladakh tour packages, you get to treat your eyes with the picturesque valleys, pristine lakes, picture-perfect gompas, quaint villages and the snow-capped Himalayas. Ladakh is a place where time stops. The echo of chanting mantras merged in the winds from the mountains can be heard in every nook and corner of the place. The monk adorned with marooned-robes circling around the gompas makes it a little Buddhist paradise in the farthest reaches of India. Blessed with dramatic landscapes, enchanting valleys, exotic flora and fauna and exciting terrains, Leh Ladakh tour satiates the need of every type of traveller.   

The spectacular landscapes with grandeurs of untouched terrains, and the abundance of the majestic Himalayas along with numerous natural as well as man-made wonders, makes Ladakh one of the most sought-after places to visit in India. If you are amongst those who wish to unravel the mystic escapades on Leh Ladakh tour packages that take through the picturesque valleys, pristine lakes, picture-perfect gompas, quaint villages and the snow-capped Himalayas then Go2Ladakh guarantees the best travel experience in Ladakh. 

Catch the chance to sneak peek at the tranquillity of the remote monasteries where chants of mantras echo in the ambience, traversing through the world’s highest motorable roads and reaching hidden escapes embedded in the heart of the Himalayas are such experiences that one cherishes throughout life. The exquisite flora and fauna of Ladakh are admirable and the scrumptious Ladakhi cuisine cooked with local ingredients is truly the prime attraction for holidayers. 

Popular Leh Ladakh Holiday Packages

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Best Time to Visit in Ladakh 

Ladakh is beautiful throughout the year. And the best time for a Leh Ladakh trip depends entirely on the kind of experience you are looking for. We have Ladakh tour packages for every season and below is the month-wise detail of what every season has to offer in Leh Ladakh. 

Summer Season (March to June)

This is the peak season as the temperature ranges from 5°C to 25°C. The weather is pleasant with sun shining brightening in the clear blue sky making it favourable for a sightseeing tour and indulge in a variety of activities. You can choose the best Leh Ladakh package 2022 and plan a trip during summer months.  

Monsoon Season (July to September)

Ladakh is a rain shadow area which means the place experiences zero to no rainfall in the monsoon season. So, a trip to Ladakh during the monsoon season can be planned. However, you will find incessant rainfall when coming from the Manali side. So travellers should be extra cautious and carry waterproof clothes and gear when planning a road trip. 

Winter Season (October to February)

Ladakh in winters looks no less than a winter wonderland. The entire region gets blanketed with snow and the temperature ranges from -5°C to 10°C). Road trips from November are not possible during these months as roads to Ladakh get blocked due to heavy snowfall.  However, you board a flight to Leh and experience the beauty of Ladakh in the winter season. Also, December to February is the time when adventure seekers can indulge in the popular Chadar or Frozen river trek. Grab the best winter Leh Ladakh tour packages to experience the thrill. 

How To Reach Leh Ladakh?

Ladakh is best accessible by air and road. We have many Ladakh tour packages offering transportation facilities too. So, check below the detailed information on how you can reach Ladakh by flight, taxi, bus and bike. 

Public Transport

  • By Air: Board a direct or connecting flight to Leh’s Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport from Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore etc. Leh airport is 2 km from the city centre so you can take a taxi to reach the final destination. 
  • By Bus: There are two routes to reach Ladakh by bus- One is Srinagar to Ladakh by Zoji La Pass and the other is Manali to Ladakh by Atal Tunnel.  Board a JKSRTC bus from Srinagar or HRTC from Manali to Ladakh. 
  • By Train: Ladakh has no railway station and the nearest one is Jammu Tawi Railway Station which is at a distance of approx. 691 km. Take a bus or taxi from Jammu to reach Ladakh.  

Taxi: You can hire a taxi to reach Ladakh from Delhi, Ambala, Chandigarh, Manali, Srinagar, Jammu etc. Make sure the driver is a professional and well acquainted with the routes from both Srinagar and Manali side.  
 

Bike: Leh Ladakh bike trip is every adventure lover’s dream. It is one of the best ways to reach Ladakh as you get to witness the beauty of not just Ladakh but other destinations as well. There are two routes to reach Ladakh- Srinagar-Leh Highway and Manali-Leh Highway. The Manali-Leh is the most preferred route. 

Tourism in Leh Ladakh

If you are travelling with our Leh Ladakh tour packages then you will surely be visiting places such as Nubra Valley, Padum, and Zanskar can make your trip thrilling and calming at the same time. Adorned with natural beauty, they are also noted sites for white river rafting and frozen lake trekking. Home to the highest motorable roads - Khardung La, Ladakh is a favourite destination among many motorbiking squads. It is also a natural habitat of the mysterious Snow Leopard. In fact, there are several tour packages for Leh Ladakh dedicated especially to sighting this ghost cat. Don't worry, Ladakh has many things for a regular tourist as well. The journey takes you through cocktails of colourful monasteries, lakes and local festivals. It is a centre of innumerable gompas and monasteries like Sanchi Stupa, Lamayuru, Thiksey, Likir and Alchi Monastery. Alchi is also a bustling village located on the banks of the Indus River and is a famous destination in many Ladakh tourism packages. Ladakh has everything you can ask for. Visit Ladakh on your next holiday and we promise you won't be disappointed.

Top 5 Hotels to Stay in Leh Ladakh 2022

  1. The Abduz

The Abduz Leh is one of the most popular places to stay on your Leh Ladakh trip. The hotel caters to rich local culture and gratifying hospitality to its visitors. The property features an amalgamation of tranquillity, art, and opulence in its own unique kind. There are 42 luxurious rooms and suites offering memorable holidays to travellers from across the world. You can plan to stay here with your upcoming Leh Ladakh packages.

  • Star Category: 5 Star
  • Price Per Night: INR 9,500 onwards
  • Location: Old Road Sheynam, Leh 194101 India
  1. Hotel Singge Palace

Hotel Singge Palace is one of the oldest properties in the region. It is known for its well-equipped rooms, a multi-cuisine restaurant serving delicious local recipes, and numerous other facilities that make a stay comfortable in Ladakh. The hotel is located in proximity to the local market. The place offers comfortable stays to wanderers travelling with the Leh Ladakh tour package.

  • Star Category: 4 Star
  • Price Per Night: INR 6,800 onwards
  • Location: Old Road Leh Ladakh, Leh 194101 India
  1. The Grand Dragon Ladakh

One of the most luxurious places to stay in Ladakh is The Grand Dragon which features world-class comforts at almost 3,500 metres above the sea level. The property has traditional Ladakhi architecture with a blend of opulence and elegance. It comprises 76 rooms and suites each having modern amenities. You can stay in The Grand Dragon Ladakh when choosing from our best and cheapest Ladakh packages. 

  • Star Category: 5 Star
  • Price Per Night: INR 14,600 onwards
  • Location: Old Leh Road Sheynam, Leh 194101 India
  1. The Bodhi Tree Ladakh

The Bodhi Tree Ladakh is nestled amid secluded terrains with impeccable valleys beautifying the neighbourhood with their presence. The hotel features a mix of traditional architecture and modern amenities. The place is ideal for those who wish to spend time amid untouched nature.

  • Star Category: 3 Star
  • Price Per Night: INR 7,400 onwards
  • Location: Upper Karzoo, Leh 194101 India
  1. Gomang Boutique Hotel

Gomang Boutique is yet another hotel where you can stay when taking the best Ladakh packages. The hotel offers breathtaking vistas of the majestic Himalayas. Apart from leisurely ambience and cosy stays, the property features an exclusive library lounge, especially for those who seek an escape in literature to revive their souls.

  • Star Category: 3 Star
  • Price Per Night: INR 7,200
  • Location: Upper Changspa Road, Leh 194101 India

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Top Things to Do in Ladakh

From witnessing sunrise at Pangong to stargazing at Shanti Stupa, or attending festivals to walking on a frozen river, there are a plethora of things to do in Leh Ladakh. Here are a few of the best that are included in our itinerary of the Leh tour packages. 

1. River Rafting

Unlike other adventure experiences in Ladakh, rafting can be enjoyed with a simple psyche and an excited heart. Rafting adds profundity to your Ladakh visit and permits you to appreciate the area in an alternate way. Before entering Pakistan, the Indus River offered numerous boating and white river rafting opportunities along with amplifying the beauty of Ladakh. Rafting can likewise be enjoyed on the rapids of the Zanskar River. The gushing waters alongside the exciting bends in the path of the stream make whitewater rafting on the Zanskar an exhilarating experience. Every year during the season, thousands of Ladakh trip packages are booked just to experience the magnificence of picturesque landscapes and exhilarating demonstrations of rafting. Upon everything, the transcending mountain, fresh breeze, and feelings of excitement are what truly makes white water rafting in Ladakh a wonderful experience.     

In the case of river rafting in Ladakh, there is something for everyone; it ranges from basic to wild. You can choose your type of rafting stream from Level I to Level IV. The best time for whitewater rafting in Ladakh is in the transition time between summers and monsoon. Although Zanskar doesn't experience monsoon, during this time the river stream becomes fast flowing which is perfect for activities like rafting. This exciting activity is experienced between the months of June and September. The flow of Zanskar and Indus is at its peak during this time. It is when the Level V difficulty level can also be experienced. Rafting in Leh is certifiably not a perilous encounter and Whitewater Rafting isn't just an activity that you embrace in Ladakh, it is an encounter you live through. So, book your Leh Ladakh tour package to experience thrill at the best.  

2. Bike Trip

Leh Ladakh bike trip is all about the thrilling vibe and never dying adventurous spirit of a rider. The summer season is considered to be the best for visiting Leh Ladakh on a bike. The weather is pleasant and the temperature is favourable. During these months you can indulge in the circuit and extend your trip to Lahaul & Spiti of Himachal Pradesh. The ideal duration of a bike trip to Ladakh depends on a lot of factors like the route, weather conditions and the places you want in your itinerary.  If we consider Delhi as the base of your Leh Ladakh bike trip, there are two routes to choose from- Srinagar-Leh and Manali-Leh. If you take the Srinagar route, you would need 13-15 days and taking the most preferred Manali route, you would need a minimum of 10 days.  If you are looking for a budget bike trip to Ladakh, book our cheapest Ladakh Tour package to make the most of your adventure-filled trip. 

The routes:

  • Delhi-Srinagar-Leh- Delhi

Delhi > Ambala > Ludhiana > Jalandhar > Pathankot > Udhampur > Srinagar > Sonmarg > Baltal > Dras > Kargil > Mulbekh > Leh > Sarchu > Manali > Delhi

  • Delhi-Manali-Leh 

Delhi > Ambala > Bilaspur > Mandi > Kullu > Manali > Atal Tunnel > Jispa > Rumste >  Upshi > Leh 

3. Trekking in Ladakh

Ladakh is full of exciting trekking trails with awe-inspiring landscapes, eccentric climate and temperatures. Trekking is without a doubt the most energising activity in Leh Ladakh and the greatest reason for the booking of Leh Ladakh trip packages. Trails in Ladakh vary from moderate to intense to most dangerous. You can choose according to your level. Some of the best trekking trails in Ladakh include Darcha - Padum Trail, Spituk Gompa Trail, Markha Valley Trail in Hemis National Park, Nubra Valley Trek, Stok Kangri Trail, Lamayuru to Alchi Trail, Zanskar Trail, Rumtse to Tso Moriri, and Chadar Frozen River Trek. The ideal time for trekking in Ladakh is from May to September. However, if you want to take the Chadar Trek details guide, January to February is the best time. 

Trekking is no joke, it is better to be prepared to avoid any mishaps. Work on your physical and mental fitness, get medical tests done and get acclimatised in Leh. Always trek under professional guidance. Things such as sunscreen, insulated gloves, trekking rod, sleeping bags, first aid kit, warm clothes, water flask, trekking boots, protein bars, dry food, energy drink, and sunglasses are some of the essential things that you must pack for the trek. Ladakh is one of the enchanting places on earth. And some of its hidden beauty can be witnessed during these treks.

4. Chadar Trek

Known by many names such as the Chadar River Trek or Zanskar Trek or Ladakh Frozen River Trek - it is one of a kind in the entire world. The word "Chadar" in local language signifies a "cover" and represents the sheet of ice that makes a pathway over the frozen Zanskar River in the coldest months of the year. For the longest time, this frozen river bed has been utilised by local people, for exchange and transportation. The pathway is generally used for trekking in the months of January and February when the sheet of ice is generally steady and thick. 

Zanskar River is a large and fast-flowing river all around the year. It courses through a precarious gulch, generally, among Chilling and the Zanskar Valley. The Chadar trek duration is usually seven days. The major part of the walking in the light hours, and in night, provides for a little private camp. While it stays perhaps the most novel trip in the Himalayas and has no comparison anywhere in the World, the Chadar frozen river is tragically becoming an endangered place - due to global warming. Enjoy it while it lasts! Get your hands on our best Leh and Ladakh tour packages to experience the much-celebrated trek in Ladakh. 

5. Home Stay Experience

Imagine waking up with the view of a quaint village against the backdrop of mesmerising Himalayan mountains. Nestled in the snow-capped mountains and rolling meadows, Ladakh is visited by thousands of tourists for either its glorious monasteries or thrilling adventure activities. By choosing any Ladakh holiday packages, you can experience the true essence of Ladakh by staying in a homestay. Experience the traditional Ladakhi hospitality of Ladakh by staying in one of its homestays. Jimmy's Homestay, Gangba Homestay, Adu's Eternal Comforts, and Thukchu Homestay are a few of many cosy homestays in Ladakh. The caring owners, surreal views, homegrown food, and long meaningful conversations are worth more than any hotel stay - that too at very affordable prices. Staying in a homestay on your Leh Ladakh trip is worth every penny. 

5. Wedding Photo Shooting

Destination pre-wedding shoots added to your Leh Ladakh trip package are trending these days. But still popular among the millennia's this trend is going strong and doesn't seem to go out of fashion. The craze is so strong that there are specially curated Ladakh packages for photoshoots contributing to the yearly tourism of the region. Surrounded by clear blue skies, picturesque snow-peaked mountains, rolling meadows and pristine lakes, Ladakh has been a popular destination for pre-wedding shoots. Some of the best places for pre-wedding shoots in Ladakh include Tso Moriri, Pangong Tso, Leh Palace, Nubra Valley, Shanti Stupa, various monasteries, etc. Summers would be a great time for photoshoots in Ladakh when the weather is pleasing and colours are vibrant. The enchanting beauty of the valley makes your pictures look straight out of a fairy tale couple tour. It will also be a beautiful memory that you can revisit anytime.

6. Snow Leopard Tour

Yes, you can also add an exquisite safari to your Leh Ladakh tour packages. The snow leopard, also known as the ghost cat of the Himalayas, is primarily found in the high altitudes of the Ladakh region. Only a few times in the winters does it come down to Hemis to look for prey. The Hemis National Park is the most enchanting region of Ladakh with dramatic landscapes of colossal mountains, charming glens and gorges and is our very own garden of Eden. Every year, a number of wildlife photographers around the world come to Ladakh just to get a glimpse of the rarest and most beautiful predators in the world. The Rumbak Valley is home to approximately 200 snow leopards and is a great place to meet locals and tourists who stalk these silver ghosts day and night. The best time to spot a snow leopard is during the harsh winters; from the month of December to March.

7. Ice Skiing At Zanskar in Winter Season

Surrounded by nothing but white snow, the zagged slopes of Zanskar offer amazing skiing opportunities for adventure enthusiasts. During the winters in Ladakh between January and March, the area is filled with adventure enthusiasts either for Chadar Frozen River Trek or for skiing. Beginners can also learn skiing at Zanskar Ski School which is the first cross country skiing school in the Himalayas There is also Zanskar Winter Sports Festival that is held in January under Khelo India Initiative

8. Take Part in Ladakh Marathon

Switch your beast mode on and get ready for one of the highest and toughest marathons in the world. The Ladakh Marathon 2022 is a 72 km race track that tests your mental and physical fitness. The track takes you through the most strenuous and dangerous passes of the world including Khardungla. The preparation starts weeks in advance as you'll be running at the elevation of 3500 m above sea level. Held in the month of September, this marathon tests the limits of human endurance. The Ladakh marathon route includes Leh-Manali highway, Choglamsar Bridge on Indus River, Stakna Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Shey Palace, Sindhu Ghat, Choglamsar village and ending at the NDS Memorial Stadium grounds. There is also a half marathon conducted in the event. Running past the fluttering prayer flags, rushing rivers, barren mountains and tiny villages, apart from being difficult, it can also be the most beautiful run of your life. 

Since Ladakh is a Border area with China & Pakistan, you would require an Inner liner Permit visa for your Leh Ladakh trip. International tourists would require an Indian visa to visit Ladakh which takes from 2 days to 2 weeks. You can also opt for an e-visa. Apart from that, both international and domestic tourists are required to get a tourist permit. For tourists from countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Myanmar, China, Bangladesh, the permit is issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs. NRIs having PIOs or OCIs will need Protected Area Permit (PAP) or Restricted Area Permit (RAP) to visit Pangong Tso, Tso Moriri, Dah Hanu Villages, Turtuk, Nubra Valley, Khardung La, etc. It can be applied through your tour operator or directly from Ladakh's official Website. Domestic tourists can get the permit from the DC Office in Ladakh or the official website. Both the permits are valid for a week.

Best Places to Visit in Ladakh

Ladakh is a mesmerising place that simply cannot be expressed in words. From stunning landscapes to Buddhist monasteries and gompas, from soaring passes to the rich yet simple Tibetan culture, from daring adventurous activities to experiencing pure heavenly bliss, this place has it all! Hop on to experience the best places to visit on your trip to Leh Ladakh!

 1. Pangong Tso

All of us remember the gorgeous and beautiful lake from the last scene of the movie 3 Idiots, that very lake is Pangong Tso, one of the most popular tourist attractions and is an important place added to the itinerary of Leh Ladakh holiday packages. Located at an elevation of about 4350 metres, this lake is renowned for changing colours from sapphire blue to light blue to sea green and sometimes grey too; which you can witness personally through a perfectly planned Ladakh tour package. Surrounded by striking high peaks, this lake is 12 kilometres long and boasts of brackish or salty water which attracts millions of migratory birds every year. The isolated beauty, the silence and the tranquillity of this lake will leave you craving for more! 

2. Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley is the most attractive region in Ladakh. It is so famous that there are several best Ladakh tour packages dedicated to this single location and the exciting activities it has to offer. It is actually a high-altitude cold desert noted for Bactrian camel rides, Hunder Sand Dunes, Diskit Monastery and Turtuk and Panamik villages. Nubra Valley is also a gateway to the Siachen base camp, the highest battlefield in the world. With picturesque landscapes, eye-catching apple orchards, lively monasteries and majestic beauty Nubra will surely impress you to an extent that you would want to come back here again and again! 

3. Tso Moriri

How about visiting a place that is jaw-droppingly beautiful and unbelievably peaceful? No, it is not a dream, it is Tso Moriri! Boasts of being the largest high altitude lake in India, Tso Moriri is a pristine lake with spectacular views. Measuring about 28 kilometres in length and roughly about 100 feet in depth, this lake is an affirmed Ramsar site where one can spot various birds such as seagulls, bare-headed goose and the Brahmin duck. It is also a popular camping location in Ladakh. Owing to the peaceful atmosphere, it is a great place for introspection and deep thinking and should be visited to conclude your trip to Leh Ladakh. A beauty to behold, this lake provides a comforting and soothing experience one can never forget.

4. Turtuk

Turtuk is a quaint charming village located in Nubra Valley and makes an important part of the Leh Ladakh packages. It is one of the northernmost villages in India situated a few kilometres from the Line of Control between India and Pakistan. It has a rich culture that is quite different from the Ladakhi culture. Most inhabitants here speak the Balti language and it is a great place to learn about the several local dialects. This village is also known for its apricot trees with wonderful scenic views and breathtaking landscapes. Opened for tourism recently in 2010, it is still a hidden gem and must be a part of your Ladakh tour. Apart from the lesser-known culture of the people, it is the gateway to the Siachen Glacier. You can also see the majestic Mount K2 from the highest point of the village. Grab the cheapest Leh Ladakh tour packages to explore this beautiful village of Ladakh. 

 5. Hemis Monastery

Hemis is a small village in Ladakh famous for the great Hemis Monastery, vibrant Hemis festival and the stimulating  Hemis National Park. The Hemis Monastery is apparently one of the wealthiest monasteries in India and possesses the magnificent copper figure of Lord Buddha along with stupas made of gold and silver. The Hemis National Park is the highest national park to the Tibetan wolf, red foxes, Himalayan marmots and the ghost cat - Snow Leopard. The Hemis Festival is a popular festival in the union territory, famous for handmade decorated masks and dancing. With so much to do and see, Hemis village is certainly worth visiting on your Leh Ladakh Trip.  Why wait? Get one of the best Leh holiday packages. 

6. Alchi Monastery

Nestled on the banks of the river Indus, Alchi is a quaint little village with a strong influence of Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. This village is well-known for housing one of the oldest monasteries in Ladakh, the Alchi Monastery. Administered by the monks of Likir, this monastery is a Buddhist worshipping place, a learning centre and one of the most precious possessions of Ladakh. Apart from monasteries, there are quite a few temples such as the Sumtsek Temple, Lo Tsawa Temple, Kangyur Temple and the Manjushree Temple. This simple yet appealing village of Alchi is an opportunity one should not miss. 

7. Dha-Hanu

Nestled approximately 165 kilometres from Leh, Dha and Hanu are small beautiful villages that are home to the Drokpa community of Ladakh. The villages are popularly known as the Land of the Aryans as it is believed that the Drokpas are the descendants of the army of Alexander the Great. With charming locations, lush green landscapes, beautiful apricot and apple trees and sweet friendly locals, Dha and Hanu are a major tourist attraction and a hub for passionate photographers and history buffs. 

8. Shanti Stupa

Located on the picturesque hilltop of Chanspa in Leh, the Shanti Stupa is one of the seven Shanti stupas in the world and one of the highlights of the Ladakh packages. Constructed in the year 1991 by a Japanese Bhikshu - Gyomyo Nakamaru, Shanti Stupa was built to mark the completion of 2500 years of Buddhism. It is also a part of the Peace Pagoda mission. It is a pristine white dome structure constructed on two levels. The main level houses the gold-adorned sculpture of the Buddha and the Dharmachakra (the wheels of life), and the second level portrays the life, enlightenment and demise of Buddha. At the base of the stupa, the relics of Buddha are placed by the 14th Dalai Lama himself. Being one of the most visited tourist attractions in Leh, it also portrays the amazing excellence of Ladakh. The best time to visit Shanti Stupa is during the full moon night when this white beauty naturally illuminates in the moonlight. You can also take amazing pictures of Shanti Stupa against the milky way backdrop. 

9. Rancho School

Famed after Amir Khan's movie - 3 Idiots, the Druk White Lotus School or the Druk Padma Karpo School is an eco-friendly school campus. Situated in the wonderful Shey Village on Leh-Manali Highway, it is awarded for being one of the most beautiful schools in the world by BBC London in 2016. The school is located in proximity to the Shey Palace and Monastery and is rich in culture as well as scientific innovations. The favourite spot among the tourists is the wall painting of the 3 Idiots movie. If you wish to visit the campus, you can take the guided tour from 9 AM to 6 PM for free of cost. Tip: Cameras are not allowed inside the campus nor is disturbing the students. Take the best Leh Ladakh tour to explore the site. 

10. Sangam River

The Sangam Point is a confluence point of Zanskar River and Indus River meeting at Nimoo on Leh-Manali Highway. What makes this place to be on the list of top attractions for the Leh Ladakh trip is that the colour of both rivers is different. The brown muddy water of Zanskar meeting the turquoise blue waters of Indus with breathtaking mountains in the background - leaves the tourists spellbound. This place also attracts adventure enthusiasts for my adventure activities like river rafting and the Chadar trek in winter.

11. Zanskar Valley 

A semi-arid district perched in the northern flank of the Great Himalayas, the Zanskar Valley is located at the height of 13,154 ft above sea level. The charming weather of the valley along with snow-capped mountains, gushing river, and overall scenic surroundings is what allures tourists to Ladakh every year. Apart from being known for picturesque panoramas, it is also a focal point for adventure activities such as paragliding, trekking, rafting and boating, etc.

12. Suru Valley

If you like culture, history and age-old sagas, Suru Valley is the place for you. Situated in the Kargil District, the valley is a blend of Turkish and Tibetan culture which can be seen in the local houses. A famous fascination in Suru is Kartse Khar, which includes a seventh-century sculpture of Lord Buddha that stands at a height of around 7 ft. Another place - Rangdum is home to a religious community and two quaint villages. Encircled by snow-covered mountains, perfect waterways and verdant valleys, the beautiful Suru Valley is unquestionably a must-visit during your excursion to Ladakh. The Zangla Monastery located nearby is a must-visit. The glorious Nun Kun Peak has spectacular topographical varieties of frigid designs, snow-capped mountains and superimposing peaks. For mountaineers, Panikkar is the mainstream base. Suru Valley is not just someplace in the Himalayas, it's an experience trip to Leh Ladakh with Kargil Suru valley. 

Best Cuisine of Ladakh

When you choose to book from our Leh Ladakh trip packages, you are not just going to explore the best places and indulge in exciting activities but will also get to try the local food of Ladakh. There is a huge Tibetan influence on Ladakhi food. While Thukpa and Momos are quite common here, there are a variety of other must-try foods of Ladakh.             

  • Skyu : Try this soup-based traditional speciality of Ladakh to treat your taste buds. The dish is prepared by dough kneaded into thumb-size flattened balls and vegetables are added in the soup. Sometimes milk is added to the soup which is then called Oma Skyu that makes the dish even tastier. The dish is served with meat which undoubtedly fills your stomach.  
  • Chhutagi: It is one of the distinctive dishes of Ladakh which is highly nutritious. The flattened dough is cut in circles to give the shape of a bow-tie which is then cooked in a thick soup made of either vegetables or meat. It is a heavy meal so it is served to the workers during harvest season which helps them in energy. Don’t miss out on this recipe.  
  • Tingmo: It is a Tibetan soft and fluffy bun-shaped bread served hot with meat, dal or vegetables. . It is the staple food of Ladakh and is eaten for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can give it a try and you won’t regret it.  
  • Chhurpi (Dried Yak Cheese): You need to try Chhurpi when in Ladakh. It is made from Dzomo’s milk (a hybrid of domestic cattle and yak.). Chhurpi is used to make flavourful delicacies like momos and thukpa. The cheese is also added to tsampa (roasted barley flour) and mixed with  Gur Gur Chai or Butter Tea to prepare Kholak. This is eaten with either vegetables or minced meat. You can try two varieties of Yak Cheese-Soft and Hard.  
  • Khambir : Khambir is also known as Tagi which is a whole wheat brown bread  and is usually served for breakfast with Gur Gur Chai. You can even eat Khambir with vegetables or eggs as well. 

Apart from the above-mentioned, there are a few more things to try in Ladakh including-

  • Gur Gur Chai or Butter Tea
  • Chhang-a local alcoholic drink 
  • Apricot jam made from fresh locally grown apricots 

Clothing Tips for Leh Ladakh

The most asked query on the internet when planning a Leh Ladakh tour is ‘What Should I Wear in Ladakh?’ Below we have made it easier for you by mentioning the must-carry clothes on a trip to Leh Ladakh. 

  • Inner thermals 2-3 pairs and Heavy Woollens (must have for winter season)
  • Windcheater or Fleece Jacket
  • Good Hiking Boots 
  • Woollen Socks for Winters 
  • Light Woollens (even when travelling during summer season)
  • Comfortable trekking pants 
  • Carry at least 1-2 caps or hats  to protect your head from harsh UV rays of sun
  • Hand gloves both woollen and for bike riding

Things to Carry on Trip to Ladakh

Before you head out for your fun trip to Leh Ladakh, it is important to know about the essential things to carry to Ladakh. Whether you are planning a family & friends trip, a solo trip or a honeymoon, below are some of the things you should carry on your Leh Ladakh tour. 

  • Clothing: Keep all the necessary clothing like heavy woollens for winter season, light woollens and cotton clothes for summer season and windcheater/raincoat for monsoon season.  
  • Accessories: Don’t forget to keep gloves, socks, sunglasses, hat, cap and sunscreen. 
  • Important Documents: Carry all the important documents like aadhaar card, voter ID, passport, passport-size photographs, tour itinerary and medical insurance (if any). 
  • Eatables: Dry fruits, glucose, cookies, protein bars, chocolates should be carried for instant energy. 
  • Medicines:  Keep all the necessary medicines for headache, nausea, cold & cough, joint pain, fever, AMS in your first-aid box. Also, keep crepe bandages, dettol, savlon, burnol, betadine etc.  
  • Electronic: Power Bank, Camera, Torchlight should be packed. 
  • Miscellaneous Items: Tooth Paste, Tooth Brush, BathTowel, Sanitizer, Hand Towel, Shampoo Sachets, Paper Soap, Sanitary Napkins/Tampons, Facewash, Tissue Paper (wet and dry). If there is anything apart from these that you use in your day-to-day life, you can keep it. 

Ladakh Trip Safety Guidelines

No doubt your trip to Leh Ladakh is going to be an amazing experience but there are a few safety tips to keep in mind that ensures your holidays remain a safe one without any hassle. Below are some of the precautions for the Leh Ladakh trip. 

  • Don’t be a victim of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). To avoid suffering from it, ascend gradually and take a day’s rest in Leh to acclimatise. Take a Diamox tablet 24 hours before entering the high altitude region. 
  • Your itinerary should be well planned. By this we mean, you shouldn’t plan a visit directly to the high altitude region of Ladakh. Explore Leh for a day or two. This will help you enjoy your trip without any health complications.  
  • If you have asthma, consult your doctor before planning Leh Ladakh tour. 
  • Keep an eye on the shooting stones and beware of them as they can pose a real threat. 
  • Check Leh Ladakh’s weather and temperature before planning a trip, especially for a trip in the monsoon season. 
  • There are some rough stretches in Ladakh. The roads are bumpy which has led to many accidents. So, if you plan to self-drive, do it carefully. 
  • Keep 2-3 days as a buffer than your actual Ladakh itinerary. Ladakh is an unpredictable land and uncertainties are common here. To avoid getting stuck here, it’s good to keep extra days. 
  • Avoid planning a road trip to Ladakh late in the season. Manali-Leh highway is not safe to travel between late October to March. When planning a trip in the winter season, it is better to take a flight to Leh and then start your journey. 

Why Go2Ladakh for Leh Ladakh Packages?

We Have More Than a Decade of Experience: 

We have been serving our clients for more than a decade now. We have a team of travel experts who aim to offer an unmatched holiday experience and introduce our guests to the raw beauty of Ladakh. No matter what kind of experience you are looking for, we make it happen for you. Be it a honeymoon, an adventure-filled holiday, a solo trip or a family & friends trip; your trip to Ladakh will be unlike any other. 

We are Local Tour Operators:  

By this we mean, we know Ladakh with every ifs and buts. We make sure you visit every important popular destination as well as the ones that are less explored. With us, you will visit places that don't even exist on Google. 

We Provide Premium Facility and Services:

We provide premium bikes, gears and accessories to our guests. We don;t compromise with quality and so we choose to offer the best to our guests. When it comes to accommodation, we prefer deluxe hotels as they are safe, comfortable and hygienic when compared to ordinary hotels.  We know and understand the importance of relaxing in an ambience that’s welcoming and makes you feel no less than a home. So, you can count on us when it comes to facilities and services provided on the trip. They are always top-notch. 

How to Get Inner Line Permit for Leh-Ladakh?

Since Ladakh is at the border area with China & Pakistan, you would require an Inner liner Permit visa for your Leh Ladakh trip. International tourists would require an Indian visa to visit Ladakh which takes from 2 days to 2 weeks. You can also opt for an e-visa. Apart from that, both international and domestic tourists are required to get a tourist permit. For tourists from countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Myanmar, China, Bangladesh, the permit is issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs. NRIs having PIOs or OCIs will need Protected Area Permit (PAP) or Restricted Area Permit (RAP) to visit Pangong Tso, Tso Moriri, Dah Hanu Villages, Turtuk, Nubra Valley, Khardung La, etc. It can be applied through your tour operator when choosing the Leh Ladakh package or directly from Ladakh's official Website. Domestic tourists can get the permit from the DC Office in Ladakh or the official website. Both the permits are valid for a week. 

How Much Does It Cost to Tour Ladakh?

A decent and budget-friendly trip to Leh Ladakh will cost you anything from INR 1500 to INR 2000; including your meals, stay and transportation. The whole budget on the trip depends on various factors such as type of hotel, mode of transportation, where you eat all your meals, number of places you visit, number of activities you want to do etc. It is advisable to contact a tour operator to get the best idea of the trip and decide what suits your pocket. Going unplanned can create a hole in your pocket. We at Go2Ladakh offer 50+ Leh Ladakh tourism packages and can get them customised according to your needs. 

Tips for Booking Ladakh Tour Packages

Booking tour packages from a trusted tour operator solves most of the work for you. After all, you don’t have to bother about which places to visit, what things to do, which hotels to book. All are taken care of by the tour operators. But what are the things to keep in mind before booking your Leh Ladakh tour package are mentioned below: 

  • Always book your Leh Ladakh tour packages in advance to grab great deals and discounts on hotel and flight bookings. 
  • Check the tour operators google reviews and testimonials to better understand the kind of services provided by them to their clients.
  • Before making any final payment, ask for a quote over the e-mail. Once you are convinced with the inclusions and exclusions, you can proceed ahead with the payment.  

So, with this we come to an end to our complete guide on Leh Ladakh tour. Hope you found every information useful and are now all set to embark on your journey to the Land of Lamas. From visiting the ancient monasteries to sitting by the side of the lake to indulging in adventure activities to relishing some scrumptious food; you are going to create a lot of memories on your Leh Ladakh trip. If you have any questions regarding Leh Ladakh tour packages cost or Leh Ladakh vacation packages, we are all ears. Just give us a call and we will be happy to serve you in the best possible way.  

Q1. What is the minimum number of days required to explore Ladakh?

Ans. Ans.Ladakh is a huge region, and hence a minimum of seven days are required for a Ladakh Vacation. Considering that you will be entering the land of high passes from one of the nearby low-altitude areas, your first two days will necessarily be spent in acclimatizing to the changes in weather and temperature. Depending on your availability and budget, you can design the Ladakh trip, but do make sure it lasts for a minimum of seven days to get the best of experience.

Q2.What is the weather in Ladakh like?

Ans. Ans. Ladakh experiences dry winds blowing throughout the day; the climate of Ladakh is extreme. While the summers are hot and humid, the winters are extremely chilly and cold. The sun at high-altitude is pretty harsh during summers causing skin burns while the temperature drops below freezing point during winters. From the months of June to September, the temperature goes up to a pleasing 16 to 25-degree Celsius during the day and drops to 3 to 10 degree Celsius at night. You will face extreme c

Q3. How long does it take to get acclimatised in Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. There is no set rule for getting acclimatised on a Ladakh trip. The duration varies from person to person. Generally, an average person takes around 24hrs to get acclimatised in Ladakh. The higher you climb, it's important to follow some practices to avoid acute mountain sickness. If you directly fly to Leh, it may take more time to acclimatize since your body will be suddenly exposed to the change in temperatures. On the other hand, by road, it becomes easier to acclimatise because you ar

Q4. Can we bring our kids along on a trip to Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. Yes, it is safe to travel to Leh Ladakh with your children. But depending on their health, it's advisable to consult your paediatrician before finalising Ladakh tour package. As parents you need to address a few precautions when you bring your child along for the journey.

Q5. Do shops and restaurants in Ladakh accept credit or debit cards?

Ans. Ans. Yes, most of the restaurants, hotels and local markets accept credit as well as debit cards. Though there are few places and local markets which may not be accepting them. We would recommend you carry enough cash in hand, especially if your Leh Ladakh package itinerary includes travelling to remote villages and interiors away from the city of Leh. There are several ATM's around the city operated by Jammu and Kashmir Bank, Axis Bank, State Bank of India, and Punjab National Bank etc. so you

Q6. Is it safe for solo female travellers to go on a bike tour?

Ans. Ans. Yes, it is completely safe. Women are capable of everything. Our tour guides and drivers are completely trustworthy, capable of solving issues and provide assistance that they may require while travelling or as part of their Ladakh package.

Q7. How far is Ladakh from Leh?

Ans. Ans.Leh is a city which is a part of Ladakh. When we talk about Leh Ladakh, we actually mean the Leh region of Ladakh which is a major tourist attraction. The total distance between Leh and Ladakh is in fact zero kilometres.

Q8.Which month is best to visit Leh Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. Ladakh is one of the most pulsating and gorgeous places in India. The months from April to June mark the peak tourist season. The entire region of Ladakh looks lively and energetic with tourists everywhere. The months of September and October are also considered to be a prime time to visit Ladakh as the weather is pleasant with an amazing mix of sun shine and chill. However, adventure enthusiasts should visit Ladakh in the month of March which is believed to be the best time to visit Ladakh

Q9.Is it safe to travel to Leh Ladakh?

Ans. Ans.Leh Ladakh is completely safe to travel. Ladakhis are very sweet people and they know how to give respect to tourists. In fact if needed, they do not hesitate going out of their way to help them. But due to Covid, it is always better to travel safe and know about the condition before planning a trip to Ladakh.

Q10.Is oxygen a problem in Ladakh?

Ans. Ans.Since Ladakh is located at an altitude of about 11,500 feet above sea level, there is less oxygen as compared to low altitude areas. Tourists often find difficulty in breathing and suffer from altitude sickness. This happens due to low levels of oxygen and decreased air pressure. Hence, it is advisable to give enough time to acclimatize before indulging in any physical activity.

Q11.Are self-drive cars allowed in Leh Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. Self drive cars can be used to reach Leh Ledakh via Srinagar Leh Highway or Manali leh Highway. But, the self-drive rented cars outside Leh Ladakh are not allowed to go to places of interest such as the Pangong lake, Tso Moriri and Nubra Valley

Q12.Are private cars allowed in Leh Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. Private cars are allowed in Leh Ladakh as long as the vehicle is not ten years old or more, it is registered and has an all India permit.

Q13. What is the minimum number of days required to explore Ladakh?

Ans. Ans.Ladakh is a huge region, and hence a minimum of seven days are required for a Ladakh Vacation. Considering that you will be entering the land of high passes from one of the nearby low-altitude areas, your first two days will necessarily be spent in acclimatizing to the changes in weather and temperature. Depending on your availability and budget, you can design the Ladakh trip, but do make sure it lasts for a minimum of seven days to get the best of experience.

Q14.What kind of clothes should we pack?

Ans. Ans. Going to Ladakh means getting you prepared for low temperatures and the chill of the winds. Ladakh enjoys a cool ambience all throughout the year, and so you should be well prepared for the cold. Depending on the time of your travel, the temperatures will vary, but it will be less than what you experience in the cities. Summers are pleasantly warm, but winters are freezing cold. If you're doing a Ladakh tour on a bike, it will feel even colder as you will be completely exposed to the wind a

Q15.What are the best adventure activities to do in Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. With thousand acres of unoccupied land and most difficult terrains, Ladakh has a separate fan-base among adventure seekers. The gushing rivers offer the perfect rafting experience, the rugged terrains for quad-biking, the very high passes for biking and what not! Rafting: The fast-flowing rivers of Zanskar and Indus provide the best rapid grades for river rafting. The grades range from I to V and are taken care of by well-trained expert rafting instructors. Phey to Nimoo, Upshi to Khar a

Q16.What are the best things to do in Ladakh at night?

Ans. Ans. Most of the land in Ladakh is inhabitable and contains very little to no nightlife. Population and pollution go hand in hand. Therefore, Ladakh is the best place to experience a clear view of the night skies. Instead of pubs and discos, the night tour packages in Ladakh, help you unravel the secrets of the universe. There are a few but extraordinary options to explore at night. Make sure to include these in your Ladakh tour Package- Camping: Sleep under the starry sky and wake up to

Q17.What are the best historical places to see in Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. Home to some of the most ancient monasteries, Ladakh is a well-known centre of Tibetan Buddhist culture. The vast expanse of the region is dotted with a plethora of monasteries and stupas - some of them renowned for hosting religious festivals. You can also find a few royal palaces from the erstwhile Ladakh. Takthok Monastery - Housing the holy throne of the Dalai Lama and the sacred book of Buddha's teachings, this monastery is noted for its magnificent architecture, massive assembly hall

Q18.What is the minimum number of days required to explore Ladakh?

Ans. Ans. Ladakh experiences dry winds blowing throughout the day; the climate of Ladakh is extreme. While the summers are hot and humid, the winters are extremely chilly and cold. The sun at high altitudes is pretty harsh during summers causing skin burns while the temperature drops below freezing point during winters. From the months of June to September, the temperature goes up to a pleasing 16 to 25-degree Celsius during the day and drops to 3 to 10 degrees Celsius at night. You will face the ext
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