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One of the most precious gems of India, Leh and Ladakh is an unparalleled beauty untouched and serene. The best time for a Ladakh tour is during summer when the climate is pleasant, and the snow has melted. The months starting from March to September is the prime time to pick your Ladakh tour package.
The months between the period of April to June are the best for a Ladakh trip. During these months, the roads are not clogged with snow and all routes are open for the tourists to pass by and travel comfortably. Even the weather is pleasant and clear blue skies merging at the horizon with the snowcapped mountains provide for mesmerizing views all through your Ladakh tour.
From July there is heavy rains on hilly terrains which often cause road blocks due to landslides.
Trekkers, bikers and the adventurous kinds should opt for a Ladakh package in September as the sun shines brightly, the weather is moderate with mild showers and the landscape has a tinge of greenery on it.
The months from November to February are extremely chill with freezing temperatures which may be unbearable for most. The roads and accommodation facilities, as well as regular treks, are closed during this period. The temperature can go below -20 degrees Celsius. Ladakh has a new landscape all together compared to the other seasons. A Ladakh tour during the off-season has a wonderful aura despite the harsh cold weather.
Most operators mellow down their Ladakh tour packages during this period to a limited itinerary due to the weather conditions resulting in the closure of roads.
One of the most famous treks – The Chadar trek which is also known as the Frozen river trek along the Zanskar river is organized during December and January. Few Ladakh tour organizers would offer this trek in the winters as it has to be guided and conducted by experts with experience in high-altitude trekking under sub-zero climatic conditions.
You can travel to Ladakh through different modes of travel. Let us look into which one suits you the best:
One of the best ways to reach Ladakh is by flight. Different flights operate during peak season and offseason. The Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh is the nearest airport in the heart of Ladakh located just 3.8 km away from the main city of Leh. Flights connecting with major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Srinagar, Chandigarh and few other urban cities, this airport is one of the closest and widely connected.
Most domestic airlines have flights operational here throughout the year. Once landed in Leh you can hire or book a cab towards the Ladakh region.
The standard Leh Ladakh tour packages start at Leh unless it is specially customized to based on your travel plans.
Tawi is the closest railway station located at a distance of approximately 700 kms from Ladakh. Trains from major metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata etc. arrive at this railway station. You can hire, pre-book a cab or board a bus from here to reach Ladakh. Starting your Ladakh tour from here can be time-consuming as it takes approximately an entire day which is close to 15 hours to reach the main city of Leh. However, the scenic beauty all through the journey makes it absolutely worthwhile. Apart from this, you can also travel to Chandigarh and Pathankot by train as these are few other junctions closest to Leh. It would still take you three days to reach if you choose this mode of travel. Most of the tourists prefer to avoid this unless their Ladakh tour package itinerary includes visiting tourist attractions through the route to Leh.
If you plan to experience public transport to Ladakh, then you will find many private and government buses from Srinagar and Manali. You will pass through beautiful scenic routes and stunning views like Zoji La Pass from Srinagar and Rohtang Pass from Manali. The bus route from Srinagar and Manali is open from the month of June to October. Alternatively, you can also hire a drive from Delhi directly to reach Leh in 4 days approximately.
Apart from buses, most of the tourists prefer to hire a vehicle or a bike from Srinagar or Manali for their Ladakh tour. Biking through the challenging roads brings an adventurous thrill and excitement. Stopping by at dhabas, eating Maggi, or grabbing a cup of chai is considered as the most favourite thing to experience while travelling by road. You can also hire local drivers for the entire Ladakh trip as they have experience in traversing through the rough rocky terrain and narrow passes.
It is best to pick a Ladakh tour package that makes necessary arrangements of travel, permits and stay for your entire Leh Ladakh tour.
Ladakhi cuisine is unique and delicious. Your visit to various destinations covered in the Leh Ladakh tour package provides an opportunity to savor these authentic delicacies, which otherwise are rarely found outside of Ladakh.
Tigmo: Pronounced as Teemo, this vegetarian dish is the most popular snack of Ladakh. The flavours of vegetable stew can be eaten as a snack or a full meal. Tigmo has a sweet and spicy taste and also helps in acclimatizing to harsh weather conditions.
Chutagi: A signature soup of Ladakh consisting of bow-shaped dumplings made up of potatoes, carrots, and spinach. This soup is delicious and very filling.
Saag: A vegetarian sabzi made up of spinach is simply yummy and indescribable. Originally from Kashmir, this dish is semi-dry and offered to eat along with rice or roti.
Thupka: A Tibetan noodle soup, this dish is always on demand again and again. A popular comfort soup, Thupka is mainly a noodle soup with seasonal vegetables, chicken or beef as desired and served along with spicy chutney.
Khambir: A perfect accompaniment to soups, tea or broths, Khambir is a traditional bread brown in color and baked perfectly with a thick crust. This bread is available in several bakeries in Leh.
Phirni: One of the most famous sweets Phirni is the Kheer of the Ladakh sweet dish cuisine. Wonderfully tasty and made from rice, Phirni is served in a mud pot or khulhad and considered as the best sweet dish in Ladakh.
Momos: If you are in Leh, you have to taste it. Momos here are distinctively different from any other place. The combinations of stuffings available here are endless, and the momos are available in every restaurant in various shapes and flavors.
Qahwa: This Afghani tea is an indispensable drink of Ladakh. Prepared in traditional style, the green leaves are boiled with cinnamon, saffron, dry fruits, cloves, cardamom, and rose petals. It’s the most lovely drink of Ladakh with anti-inflammatory properties.
Tourists love to make stops at the road-side stalls for Qahwa all through the Ladakh tour to enjoy the warmth it fills into the body.
Kulcha Bun: Completely different from the Kulcha you have had in your city, you can complement this dish with Qahwa or butter tea. This bun is known for its exceptional taste and considered the most popular thing to try in Ladakh.
Leh is a perfect getaway for adventure and nature lovers. For people who want to rediscover themselves and even for those who are seeking some tranquillity and peace. Going on a Ladakh tour once in your life will turn you into a storyteller, give you peace and satisfaction beyond words. The beauty of Ladakh will intoxicate you and simply take your breath away. This heaven of high passes – Ladakh, is located to the north of Karakoram mountain ranges and south of the Himalayas. Ladakh is unparalleled when it comes to beautiful blue skies, royal and ancient monasteries, artifacts, handicrafts, and not to mention the snowcapped mountains. For anyone with a knack for adventure and serenity, a Ladakh trip is the calling you must consider!
Ladakh is a mix of Buddhist and Tibetan culture. You will be fascinated by the unique characteristics, history, the warm feel with which the locals of the villages receive you and stories about ancient mysteries. Ladakh woos everyone, and people fall in love with this wonderful and mystical land. Let us see the popular destinations this picture-perfect land has to offer that should be a part of your Ladakh tour package.
Your dream to take picturesque postcard pictures will come true once you visit Pangong Lake. It is located 4,350 meters above the sea level at a distance of 150kms from Leh. No words can define the beauty of this lake that extends from India to Tibet. This location has to have a spot in your Ladakh package itinerary. Visiting this place as part of your Ladakh tour will mesmerize you by the jaw-dropping visuals of this narrow and enchanting lake. The drive to this lake is also dramatic and memorable, which will hold you speechless all through the way for hours. The unimaginable beauty of nature attracts a lot of tourists here from all around the world. Besides the adventurous drive, the changing colors of the lake is an unmatched and an absolute delight to watch. Do not miss going to the spot where the famous Bollywood movie ‘3 idiots’ was filmed. Camping by the lakeside under the night sky lit with bright stars is a memorable experience. Various Ladakh tour packages offer this overnight camping experience at Pangong.
Shanti Stupa is a Buddhist domed stupa established by a Japanese Buddhist monk Bhikshu Gyomo Nakamura, and it was enshrined by Dalai Lama himself. Built at the height of 4,267 meters above the sea level, this Stupa offers beautiful panoramic views of Leh and the surrounding mountainous landscapes. At a drive of 5 km from Leh, you have to climb 500 steps to reach this majestic structure. The presence of this Stupa is seen and felt all over the city of Leh. The purpose of building this giant structure was to bring around world peace, promote spiritualism and prosperity. The white-domed structure gives a magnificent view during the golden hours and also during the night hours as the entire dome is illuminated with white lights. The Stupa is a popular tourist attraction of Leh for its aura and vibrancy.
Most Ladakh tour packages would cover this destination on the day designated for acclimatization upon reaching Leh before you start your Ladakh tour.
Khardung La pass is a famous landmark of Ladakh and the most awaited visit in the Ladakh trip. Driving to this place will literally take you to the top of the world as it is the highest motorable pass in the world. This pass is a gateway to Shyok and Nubra Valley. The roads are loved by adventure seekers, and they come here to enjoy the sheer thrill of driving through twisting roads up to the dramatic landscapes and awesome valley views. The supplies to the Siachen Glacier are taken using this road. It is an inspirational place, and most of the tourists come here to experience mountain biking. This pass is situated at an altitude of 5,602 meters above the sea level and is at a distance of 39kms from Leh. The breathtaking views here make this experience a journey of a lifetime.
Almost all Ladakh tour packages include a visit to Khardungla Pass on the way to Nubra Valley. But, if you have additional days in your Ladakh tour then you may visit and return back to Leh on the same day.
Leh Palace is a famous ancient palace erected in the 17th century for the then royal family. This palace is one of the tallest buildings of its time and resembles the popular Potala Palace of Lhasa. Depicting the wonderful Tibetan architecture, this palace is one of the most famous attractions of Leh and Ladakh region. The magnificent views of the Ladakh mountains and villages from this palace are simply breathtaking. The place also provides alluring views of Stok Kangri. The monastery here consists of Lord Buddha statues, old and artistic paintings along with Tibetan Thangka and rich collection of crowns, jewelry, and dresses. The palace is built in old Leh, at a distance of 5 km from Leh city, on Tsemo Hill. The palace is most visited and easily accessible through Zangsti road or Jama Masjid.
Monasteries in Ladakh largely contribute towards Ladakh tourism and few popular ones are generally included as part of the Ladakh tour package. While many of you may come to Ladakh for trekking or biking expedition, find time to visit these amazing monasteries through your Ladakh tour to explore the finest architectures in Ladakh. These monasteries are not just religious buildings, but the peace and tranquillity you find here is surreal and cannot be expressed in words. Set against the backdrop of stunningly beautiful landscapes, these monasteries offer rare and amazing views of Ladakh.
Hemis Monastery is most famous in Ladakh. Visiting Diksit monastery at Nubra valley is an absolute treat to the eyes. Apart from these, there are several other monasteries such as Thiksey Monastery, Lamayuru Monastery, Alchi Monastery, Likir Monastery, Shey Monastery, Matho Monastery and a few others. Itinerary of the Ladakh tour package can be planned to try and cover most of these in your Ladakh trip. These purifying havens are a must-visit for a rejuvenating experience.
Leh Ladakh is a dream destination and Ladakh tour is a dream journey that offers various places and adventurous experiences. Ladakh is a destination full of surprises and mysteries. Besides the above list of destinations, you should include a visit to the mystical ‘Magnetic Hill’ in your Ladakh tour package. It offers a fascinating optical illusion of a car (engine switched off) appearing to move uphill without any force applied to it. The brain perceives the downhill drive to be uphill. Visit the museums and war memorials, watch the changing colors of lakes and the Chadar Trek in winter is an unbelievable experience.
Ladakh is a paradise for adventure junkies – The Zanskar river is most visited for paragliding, trekking or river rafting. This is not a standard activity as part of your Ladakh tour package itinerary. Customize your Ladakh tour to include this for an adventure of a lifetime.
Visiting Leh and Ladakh is inarguably considered as an overwhelming experience in itself. The magical journey of a Ladakh tour through the enticing landscapes, awe-inspiring brown mountains, dramatic scenery, allures the tourists from all over the world.
There are lots of things to do in Ladakh apart from just adventure sports, mountain biking and trekking. Variety of Ladakh packages are available to suit your choice of adventure. Or you can simply spend time for yourself sitting by the lake and admiring nature.
Here’s a detailed look into what things you can do on your Ladakh tour.
Ideally, all Ladakh packages would give you at least a day after you reach Leh to spend resting and getting yourself acclimatized to the drastic change in weather conditions. This is a significant part of your Ladakh tour to get you ready for the exciting journey ahead. A good time to go out and explore the local markets. There are a variety of things available in the market that may interest you. Shopping for items like the Pashmina Shawl, handmade silver jewellery, woollen cloths, Ladakhi dresses etc.
If you are an ardent art lover, there are many things to pick like Buddhist mask, prayer flags, Thangka paintings, handicrafts as mementoes of your Ladakh trip for your family and friends. You can also buy apricots and apples to carry back home. Some of the most popular places to visit for shopping are the local markets in Leh – The Tibetan Handicraft Emporium and Shar market. Going back empty-handed once you land is Ladakh is impossible. Inquire with your Ladakh tour package provider or the friendly locals for directions.
One can see a strong influence of Buddhism in Ladakh all throughout the Ladakh tour. The Tibetans here are extremely friendly and welcoming too. The festivals celebrated in Ladakh carry a rich legacy from ancient times. If you want to know more about the Buddhist culture and tradition, visit Ladakh during the festival period. This offers an opportunity to revisit the glory and religious culture of Buddhism in the country. Make sure to check for the festival dates when selecting your Leh Ladakh tour package.
One of the most popular festivals is the Hemis Festival where you can see the locals wearing masks, multicoloured ribbons, clothes and celebrate dancing. Losar festival marks the new year in the Buddhist calendar. Other festivals that tourists can attend to understand and learn about the Ladakhi culture are the Thiksey Gustor, Spituk Gustor, Stok Guru Tsechu Festival, Phyang Tsedup Festival, Ladakh Harvest Festival, Tak -Tok Festival etc. Other than these, Ladakh conducts musicals, fairs, dance performances, recitals to keep the tourists entertained. The festivals are truly vibrant full of drama, dance and colours.
Check with some of the local Ladakh tour package organizers for the dates of these festivals and other events to make the most of your Ladakh tour.
Camels are the most important and major mode of transportation in the cold desert of Hunder in Ladakh. Among several other things that one can do, Camel Safari is the most alluring. Tourists look forward to riding on the double hump Bactrian Camels. The tour starts from Hunder village in Nubra valley to Diskit, the capital town of Nubra and ends at the Panamic village famous for its hot springs. It takes a couple of hours to finish the ride and complete the journey.
The camel ride provides a brilliant chance to explore the breathtaking rugged landscape. This activity will give you a chance to interact with the locals, admire nature and lush green vegetation around the place. It is an exciting and unique experience in your Ladakh tour that you will not get a chance to recreate anywhere else.
Apart from Nubra, you can also do camel safari at Stok and the Silk route in Leh.
Some Ladakh packages may have included this in their itinerary. Make sure you check that.
Camping in Ladakh is an experience that every adventurer would love to explore. It’s exhilarating to be in the lap of nature, under bright stars away from civilization. Travellers frequently look for something that provides them with the inner peace, tranquillity and a pleasant holiday in this ‘Land of high passes’ away from the hustle-bustle of city life and secluded by the towering snowcapped mountains.
You can do self-camping or stay at campsites included in your Ladakh tour package. There are numerous places available for camping at a variety of places through your Ladakh tour. Manali – Leh highway is one ideal campsite to pitch your tent close to a Dhaba. The alpine desert in Nubra valley is also one hot spot for camping. There are campsites near Hunder Sand dunes where you can stay within one of the villages. Pangong Lake makes camping a blissful experience with its cinematic and myriad shades of nature. You can also check out Tso Moriri Lake as it offers one of the most scenic and mind-blowing experience to camp near the endorheic lake.
Wildlife tourism in Ladakh is considered as a unique expedition for wildlife and photography lovers. Ladakh is home to a variety of flora and fauna, some endangered species of exotic animals and birds that roam around the region. This is a wildlife photographer’s paradise. Besides the dramatic snowcapped mountains, beautiful lakes and marvellous blue skies; Ladakh provides a perfect opportunity for photography enthusiasts.
Among the list of wild animals and endangered species, one can spot Tibetan hare, blue sheep, yaks, ibex, marmot, the Tibetan antelope (Chiru), wild ass, bharal, and the snow leopard etc. There are approximately 200 snow leopards and over 225 species of birds in this high-altitude terrain. A visit to Hemis National Park is a must if you want to learn more Ladakh wildlife tourism. Rumbak valley is also an excellent destination for wildlife tourism.
There are special Ladakh tour packages to cover this type of wildlife adventure.
The food in Ladakh is as unique as its culture. Heavily influenced by the surrounded areas like Tibet and Kashmir, there is a striking resemblance in Ladakhi cuisine and the Tibetan cuisine. People of Ladakh grow vegetables like beetroots, potatoes, pumpkins, beans locally and use them as staple ingredients in their recipes.
Momos are definitely worth trying as you will find a variety of momos with different stuffing. Barley and wheat are commonly used in along with saffron, hing, cinnamon, cardamom and dry ginger for flavour. Chutagi, Thupka and Stew are some of the common dishes. Locals here savour butter tea with salty flavour most suitable for keeping warm in winters. For a remote area, Ladakh surprises you with its multicultural delicacies.
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