Lofty mountains, martian landscape glistening lakes, ancient monasteries, high-altitude passes, adventure activities, and even more makes Ladakh a much-desired destination for keen travellers.
A land of surprises, Leh Ladakh tucked in the extreme North of India, invites ardent tourists to explore its charm. Most especially, when people flock to the mountainous region of Ladakh from deep down South Indian states like Bangalore, the surprise and joy know no bounds.
With carefully crafted Leh Ladakh packages from Bangalore,the people of Karnataka can have an indulgent experience. A Ladakh trip caters to the interest of every type of traveller. The people of Bangalore are as pleasantly surprised as they greet the climatic extremities from their place where the weather remains pleasant all year around.
Another factor that keeps them intrigued is that Ladakh is bounded by the Great Himalayas on one side and the Karakoram Range on the other. Coming from the plains, Bangaloreans are fascinated to the core by this overwhelming scenery. Its remarkable landscape and unique culture further add colours to every Ladakh trip package from Bangalore.
With well-designed packages by our experts, we ensure you a memorable trip. A Ladakh trip caters to the interest of every kind of traveller. Solo traveller, groups of tourists, adventure lovers, families, and honeymoon couples; everyone is sure to have a time of their life in Ladakh.
You can have your Ladakh package from Bangalore customised as per your pocket and preferences. Apart from other attractions that make it a tempting place to visit, Ladakh’s high-altitude motorable roads are a treat to enthusiastic bikers. And driving all the way from Bangalore to Ladakh is an unprecedented experience.
The cold desert of Leh has good connectivity to major cities of India through several modes of transport – air, train, and road. So, you can easily book from our varied range of Ladakh packages from Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, or Kolkata. These packages provide you with delish meals, cosy stays, smooth transfers, splendid sightseeing, exciting activities, and above all memories to cherish.
Let us delve deep into this destination that the Great Himalayas have held fondly in their lap.
You can enjoy a Leh Ladakh trip from Bangalore any time of the year, but the best time to visit Ladakh depends on the type of trip you want to take. Go through the information of what every season has to offer to the travellers to grab the best Bangalore to Ladakh package.
Summer (March to June)
Pleasant weather and the best opportunities to explore the beauty are most favourable in the summer. This season also brings the best adventure activities to indulge in. The temperature during the summer season in Ladakh remains between 5°C and 25°C. So, book Leh Ladakh tour packages from Bangalore for an unforgettable vacation during the summer season.
Monsoon (July to September)
Being in a rain shadow region, Ladakh doesn’t receive much rainfall. So, the monsoon is another great time to visit Ladakh. The temperature during the monsoon season in Ladakh ranges from 10°C to 25°C. Pack waterproof shoes, jackets and other essentials when travelling to Ladakh during this season.
Winter (October to February)
Come winters, the temperatures become -5°C to 10°C, making the landscape a snowy beauty. It also sets the stage for winter activities and winter festivals.
As Ladakh is connected to Bangalore via several modes of transport, you can reach there as per your convenience and chosen mode. Although these ways to reach Ladakh have several halts and you need to change them en route as per the planning of your Ladakh tour package from Bangalore. Have a look at each -
You can easily reach Ladakh from Bangalore by air as several airlines make Bangalore and Leh well-connected through connecting flights. Among the major airports that offer connecting flights to Ladakh from Bangalore include Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.
There is no railway station in Ladakh. You have to reach Jammu Tawi, the nearest railway station in Jammu, which is well connected with Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. From Bangalore, you can reach your preferred railway station and from there take a train to Jammu. From here, you can board a cab or board a JKSRTC bus to reach Ladakh.
To reach Ladakh by road, you can either take up public transport (bus) or personal vehicles (car, taxi, bike). Take a glance at each in the account below -
Public Transport: Bangalore and Leh aren’t connected by direct buses. Travelling by bus all the way to Ladakh is arduous. So, you can reach Jammu Tawi by train and board a bus to Srinagar. From here, change the bus to Leh.
By Personal Vehicles:
There are two options to reach Ladakh by road – through Srinagar and Manali. It is advisable to take one route to reach and the other to return. This maximises your road trip experience. Here, the route to Leh via Srinagar to reach and return from the Manali route is mentioned.
Bangalore to Leh Road trip
The route via Srinagar to Leh
Bangalore > Mumbai > Jodhpur > Amritsar > Srinagar > Kargil > Leh
Return Route from Leh to Bangalore (via Manali)
Leh > Sarchu > Manali > Delhi > Bhopal > Hyderabad > Bangalore
By Taxi: Check the taxi/car before setting its wheels on the trip. It will help you in taking the correct decisions in tough situations on any route to Ladakh.
You might find some stretches en route where under-belly hits are inevitable. This especially happens with sedans and hatchbacks because of low ground clearance.
So, be acquainted with the parts of your car’s underbelly that need to be protected, especially the oil sump (protect it throughout the trip) and which parts you can bear to be hit underneath.
You have to reach Leh via NH 44 or NH 48 from Bangalore and will have several stops on the way.
If you are going there by motorbike, get it shipped to Delhi/Chandigarh. From there, you can ride to Leh.
By Bike: To reach there by motorbike, get it serviced completely before the trip and during the journey as well. Pack your riding essentials like riding gloves, riding boots, and a first aid kit. Stop for refreshment breaks. Avoid riding at night. Regularly, give your motorbike the fill of its fuel as petrol pumps can be scarce.
Plan your Ladakh trip from Bangalore much in advance. Make sure that your ID proofs, licence, paperwork, and other related documents are in place.
A road trip to Ladakh from Bangalore is memorable as it is reaching from one end of the country to the other. Also, don’t forget to get your Rohtang and/or other pass permits online.
Ladakh is blessed by the bounty of beautiful places that magnetise visitors from far and wide. From lakes to meadows, high altitude passes to valleys, monasteries to historical sites; you will never have a dull moment with Leh Ladakh packages from Bangalore. Once you enter the region, be prepared for the lovely surprises that Ladakh has in store for you.Surrender yourself to the charisma of Ladakh and be prepared to witness the magic of its lovely landscape and tasteful tourist places. Some of these places you can’t miss visiting and so, we have added to our Bangalore to Leh Ladakh package.
A Ladakh trip from Bangalore is incomplete without visiting Kargil - one of the major tourist attractions of Ladakh. Situated on the banks of the Indus River, This is the second largest town in Ladakh. Connecting Leh through Padum (Zanskar) and Srinagar, Kargil is a transit hub. Adventure enthusiasts enjoy sports such as trekking and mountaineering here.
An attraction that commands your visit with your Ladakh tour package from Bangalore is Nubra Valley. Dotted by dunes, this lovely valley imparts you an experience like that of Arabian Nights!
Explore Panamik village for its hot sulphur springs and Samstanling Monastery for some quiet moments in the sacred aura. And don’t forget to ride the double-humped camels here.
Visit Magnetic Hill to experience the inexplicable scientific phenomenon in Ladakh. The phenomenon is that if you leave your vehicle at the base of the hill with the brakes unlocked, it will start moving uphill slowly on its own!
It seems to be magic but it’s not. Just feel being super powerful at this place. So, add it to your bucket list of attractions while enjoying your Ladakh trip package from Bangalore.
Known for its annual mask festival, Hemis Monastery is added to all the itineraries of Bangalore to Leh Ladakh tour packages as it is among the most famous Buddhist monasteries in India. According to the tenth month in the Tibetan calendar, a two-day spiritual celebration is organised here in Tse Chu. It is celebrated in the memory of Guru Padmasambhava, who is believed to be the Gautam Buddha’s reincarnation.
Perched on a cliff overlooking the charming town of Leh, the Royal Leh Palace is a look-alike of the Potala Palace in Lhasa. This place is fondly added to Ladakh tour packages from Bangalore to marvel at the symbol of the erstwhile royal family’s glory here. Adding to the grace of this place is the spectacular Buddha statue.
This ethereal place has a striking resemblance to the moon. It is thus referred to as the Moonland in Ladakh. For those looking forward to exploring some unique places, this is their place to be. Indulging in the beauty of this place during the full moon phase is an experience to be treasured. It is believed that visiting this moon-like place when it is bathed in the moonlight is something you can’t miss as you enjoy your Leh packages from Bangalore.
Located in the valley of the Indus River, Alchi houses an ancient Buddhist monastery. dating back to nearly 900 years, the monastery has the 11th – 12th-century Indo-Tibetan paintings bearing gold, ochre, bright blue and green colours.
The major highlight of the monastery is the painted statue of Bodhisattva Maitreya. Enjoy river rafting at the Alchi Nyemo. Also, enjoy a night's stay here to get in touch with the real Ladakhi village life.
One of the most beautiful and the oldest Buddhist monasteries in Ladakh, Diskit Monastery stands in the lovely Nubra Valley. Changzem Tsera Zangpo founded it in the 14th century. The monastery belongs to the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. The monastery has a host of Buddha statues, images of other guardian gods, and a huge drum.
Owing to its beauty, tranquillity, and location in such a surreal place, the monastery calls you to spend some time amidst sacred surroundings as you enjoy your Leh Ladakh trip from Bangalore. You can also visit Maitreya Buddha here, another unmissable attraction close by.
Every place that you visit in Leh Ladakh on your trip from Bangalore, you will be greeted with the beauty that you have never seen before. And when it comes to what to do when visiting these places, well, there are so many exciting things to do that you will get confused about which to try first. Let’s quickly check some of the best activities that you can do on your Ladakh trip from Bangalore.
Camel safari is one of the best things to do in Leh Ladakh as it gives you an opportunity to explore the mystic sceneries all around you. Unlike any other camel safari, the one enjoyed in the Nubra Valley of Ladakh is unique as it is done on the Bactrian Camels (double-humped). Other than a tourism perspective, these Bactrian camels are also used as a mode of transportation in the region both for trade as well as recreation purposes. No doubt, the activity is one of the most delightful activities to try in the region.