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Ladakh

Ladakh
  • Holidays
  • Trekking
  • Camping
  • Adventures
  • Honeymoon
  • Holidays
  • Trekking
  • Camping
  • Adventures
  • Honeymoon

Ladakh or the "land of high passes" is a union territory in the region of Kashmir, and one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Resting on the laps of the Himalayan Range, with the Indus River passing through, the land is famous for its natural beauty. This pristine land of Ladakh that comprises majestic mountains, elegant monasteries, holy pilgrimage destinations, and a wide range of options for adventure and thrill, is bound to entice you, charm you, and excite you.

Buddhism being the most followed religion here, Ladakh has numerous monasteries, giving insight into the rich religious history of the land. Ladakh is also home to mountain peaks that are lush green during summer and snow-clad during winter. These mountains house a wide variety of exotic flora and fauna. The location of Ladakh, amongst the Himalayan Range, also forms a great place for adventure activities. As if these were not enough, Ladakh also offers to its visitors the Bazaars, where avid shoppers satisfy their souls. The Bazaars offers hand-woven woolen clothes at a much reasonable price, along with souvenirs you can buy for your family and friends. Other than these, Ladakh's cuisine and festivals are bound to lure you into its charms, which will keep you wanting more. With a wide range of Ladakh tour packages available for you to choose from, you can easily plan your Ladakh tour accordingly. But before you jump into making your long-awaited Ladakh tour plan, let’s first delve into some more interesting facts about the Union Territory. 

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  • Ladakh Tour Package

    Ladakh or the "land of high passes" is a union territory in the region of Kashmir, and one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Resting on the laps of the Himalayan Range, with the Indus River passing through, the land is famous for its natural beauty. This pristine land of Ladakh that comprises majestic mountains, elegant monasteries, holy pilgrimage destinations, and a wide range of options for adventure and thrill, is bound to entice you, charm you, and excite you.

    Buddhism being the most followed religion here, Ladakh has numerous monasteries, giving insight into the rich religious history of the land. Ladakh is also home to mountain peaks that are lush green during summer and snow-clad during winter. These mountains house a wide variety of exotic flora and fauna. The location of Ladakh, amongst the Himalayan Range, also forms a great place for adventure activities. As if these were not enough, Ladakh also offers to its visitors the Bazaars, where avid shoppers satisfy their souls. The Bazaars offers hand-woven woolen clothes at a much reasonable price, along with souvenirs you can buy for your family and friends. Other than these, Ladakh's cuisine and festivals are bound to lure you into its charms, which will keep you wanting more. With a wide range of Ladakh tour packages available for you to choose from, you can easily plan your Ladakh tour accordingly. But before you jump into making your long-awaited Ladakh tour plan, let’s first delve into some more interesting facts about the Union Territory. 

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  • Day 1 - Arrival at Leh

    Reach Leh airport (on your own) and get transferred to the hotel for check-in. Spend the day in the hotel for rest and acclimatization. Overnight stay in Leh

  • Day 2 - Leh sightseeing

    After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing on the Leh – Srinagar Highway. Visit the Hall of Fame (A Museum developed by the Indian Army), Kali Mata Temple & Gurudwara Patthar Sahib (A Gurudwara constructed & maintained by the Indian Army). Proceed further and experience the effects of Magnetic Hill (Defiance of the law of gravity wherein a vehicle starts climbing up the hill when put in a neutral position) and admire the confluence of holy Indus & Zanskar. Visit Shanti Stupa in the afternoon. Return to Leh for an overnight stay

  • Day 3 - Day 3: Leh to Nubra Valley

    After breakfast, drive to Nubra Valley (Known as the Valley of Flowers and the warmest region in Ladakh) via Khardungla pass. This road is one of the highest motorable road in the world. After spending some time at Khardungla, proceed to Nubra. Visit Sand Dunes in the evening and enjoy the double humped camel ride (on your own). Overnight stay in Nubra

  • Day 4 - Day 4: Nubra Valley (Local Sightseeing) to Pangong Lake

    After breakfast, visit Diskit & Hunder Villages and monasteries take a stroll around the place to see the life style of people living at the northernmost region of India. Proceed to Pangong Lake via Shyok Route. Pangong Lake is a salt water body of 120 km in length and 6 – 7 Km broad at the longest point. It is bisected by the international border between India & China (2/3 of the lake is in China’s possession). Visit the exact location of the famous movie “Three idiots” & enjoy outing along the banks of the lake. One really feels very close to nature at Pangong Lake with its scenic surroundings. On a clear sunny day, you can see seven colour formations in the crystal-clear salt water lake. Overnight stay in Pangong

  • Day 5 - Day 5: Pangong Lake to Leh

    After breakfast, travel back to Leh. En route take a short halt at Changla Pass to enjoy a cup of hot steaming tea. Visit Hemis Monastery, Thiksey Monastery, Rancho School, Shey palace and Sindhu Ghat on the way. Overnight stay in Leh

  • Day 6 - Day 6: Departure from Leh

    After breakfast, get transferred to Leh Airport for boarding the flight to your destination. Tour Concludes with some wonderful long-lasting memories

Inclusions

              • Assistance on arrival at Leh
              • Traditional Welcome in the hotel
              • Accommodation on twin / double sharing basis as per the selected category of hotels
              • MAP Meal Plan (Breakfast & Dinner) at all locations
              • All airport transfers & sightseeing tours by Non-AC Innova / Xylo / Tata Aria / Tempo as per the itinerary
              • Inner Line Permits as per the itinerary (Khardungla Top)
              • Environmental Fee, Wild Life Fee and Red Cross Fee
              • One complimentary market visit on any one day of the stay in Leh

              Exclusions

                                  • GST @ 5%
                                  • Airfare to and from Leh or any other destination
                                  • Any kind of personal expenses, extra meals, starters & Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated etc)
                                  • Any kind of optional tours
                                  • Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls, Guide Fee & Camera Fee
                                  • Services of vehicle on leisure days and after finishing the sightseeing tour
                                  • Adventure activity costs (Pony Ride, Camel Safari, Rafting, paragliding etc)
                                  • Medical & Travel insurance
                                  • Additional Costs due to Flight Cancellations, Road blocks, natural calamities and nature’s fury
                                  • Anything not mentioned under the category “PACKAGE INCLUSIONS”

                                  What are some of the interesting facts about Ladakh? 

                                  Ladakh is the area with the least population and the highest residential point in India. 

                                  Ladakh houses the world's highest optical, in-framed, and Gamma rays telescope. 

                                  Did you know about the Magnet Hill of Ladakh? The hill where cars "defy gravity" and start rolling uphill? Well, the hill just creates an optical illusion that makes the downhill seem like its going uphill, thus when cars are parked at neutral at a certain spot, it seems to go uphill. 

                                  Ladakh is the only place in India where the twin-humped camel is found. 


                                  What are some 'must-knows before visiting Ladakh? 

                                  Ladakh is situated very close to the borders of the other countries, as well as houses many tribes. Thus, it is a Protected Region that required having ILPs or Inner Line Permits for visitors. But from August 2021, Ladakh no longer requires ILPs for Indian citizens. 

                                  Protected Area Permit (PAP) of Restricted Area Permit (RAP) is still required for foreign travelers. 

                                  Travellers visiting Ladakh have to pay a Green Fee or Environment Fee of INR300 and Red Cross Fund Fee of INR100. 

                                  Carrying an ID proof while visiting Ladakh is necessary for Indian citizens. 

                                  Plastic is banned in Ladakh, thus, you must avoid carrying or throwing plastic bags while visiting Ladakh. 

                                  To respect the local citizens residing there, you must not click their pictures without consent. 

                                  It is advised to carry a certain amount of cash with you since Ladakh has very few ATMs and some stop operating during bad weather. 


                                  How to reach Ladakh? 

                                  Bike rides to Ladakh are a very famous activity. But how can you reach Ladakh by road? Ladakh is connected by road to Srinagar, Manali, and Chandigarh. Apart from bikes, you can hire a jeep or cab or book a bus seat to reach Ladakh by road from these cities. Ladakh can also be reached by railways, from the station Jammu Tawi, which is connected to major cities of the country. From Jammu, cabs, jeeps, and buses are frequently available to take you to your dream place(Ladakh). The nearest airport to Ladakh is in Leh, which has flights from all the major cities of the country. 


                                  What is the best time to visit Ladakh? 

                                  Tourists visit Ladakh in winter and summers as well. You may be wondering that why would people visit a cold place during winters? Well, winters in Ladakh give rise to many adventurous and thrilling snow activities which satisfy the "adventure-junkies". Yet, during winters many of the tourist spots are closed due to dangers that can occur during heavy snowfall. Summers are the best time to visit Ladakh for everyone since the temperature is moderate and ice has melted and all the major tourist spots are easily accessible. Monsoons in Ladakh must be avoided at all costs, since heavy downpours might bring with it landslides and flash floods, causing disturbances to mobility. 


                                  What can you do in Ladakh? 

                                  The mountainous region of Ladakh makes the territory home to a wide range of thrilling activities. Trekking along the slopes of the mountains not only provides the adrenaline rush but also allows you to witness the rich wildlife of Ladakh. Mountaineering, river-rafting, jeep safaris, motor-biking, skiing, and camping are some of the adventures you can experience in Ladakh. Shopaholics are also easily satisfied in the Bazaars of Ladakh that sell Tibetan woolen clothes at a very reasonable price. Festivals can also be enjoyed in Ladakh that bring to life the colors and traditions of the land. Or you can just sit at a warm, cozy cafe along the streets of the city and enjoy some steamy hot Thukpas, Butter Tea, or Momos. Mouthwatering, right? 


                                  What is the budget of a Ladakh tour package? 

                                  Accommodation in Ladakh can be very cheap or costly depending on the luxuries you are looking for. Homestays are available for as cheap as INR400-1000. Luxury five-star hotels can cost around INR4,000-15,000 depending on the amenities available. Meals are generally added to the accommodation price of hotels, but if you want to dine in a restaurant, meals will cost you around INR500-INR1500.


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